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Fresh update on "ferrers" discussed on Mo'Kelly
"More than 15,000. People have now died with covert 19 in L. A county since the start of the pandemic, County health officials announced 169 deaths today, which brings the total to 15,162. To county public health Director Barbara Ferrer is urging L. A county residents to follow the county safer at home order to stay at home as much as possible. Where a facemask avoid crowds. Keep your distance and wash your hands. The FBI has saved 33 Children in Southern California as a part of the lost Angels operation. The FBI worked with two dozen local law enforcement partners, including the LAPD and the L. A County sheriff's office. Officials say eight of the 33 Children were sexually exploited and many of the others were exploited in the past. One person has been arrested in connection with the operation January is human trafficking awareness Month Last year, the FBI initiated more than 600 human trafficking investigations across the country. Some lanes.
Los Angeles County sees fewer than 10,000 new cases reported in a single day
"Well, l a County is still dealing with a crowd of iris surge. There are some signs that the worst of it may be over. The county is now averaging around 10,000 cases a day down from more than 15,000 day earlier this month, and the number of covert 19 patients continues to drop. However, levels remain really high, well over three times what we saw at the peak of the summer surge and hospitals continue to be overwhelmed. The end is not yet in sight. Public health director Barbara Ferrer with high numbers of daily cases. Under its more people will require hospitalizations every week. To put this into perspective. The current average of 10,000 cases a day is more than two times the single day record set this summer. One area in which we have yet to see significant improvement is covert related deaths, with an average of more than 200 being reported daily.
From Forum to Fairplex to Six Flags: 5 vaccination mega-centers roll out in Los Angeles County
"Five large drive through vaccination sites in the cities of Inglewood, Northridge, Downey, Valencia and Pomona County Health Director Barbara Ferrer says those 65 older can also go to these sites go to vaccinate l a county dot com. To sign up for an appointment at both the large capacity vaccination sites. Those five sites but also at other smaller vaccination kit sites across the county career, says almost all the frontline health care workers in the county have received both shots. She says she hopes the state can send more doses of the vaccine before they run out of the current inventory. Over 19 testing
Los Angeles County Residents 65 And Older Can Now Sign Up For COVID Vaccine
"Registration opens toe All L. A County residents 65 older, they could start getting shots as early as tomorrow. With about 1.3 Million seniors living in the county demand will be high and when access was expanded, there were only about 50,000 appointments left a vaccination sites throughout the county officials concede supply is extremely limited and many of those health care Workers and long term care facility. Residents and staff at the front of the line are still waiting for shots. Public health director Barbara Ferrer. We have a very robust strategy in place already for vaccinating health care workers and we're going to continue. To use all of those strategies to try to get to the remaining healthcare workers. But we also have a need to start vaccinating those who are 65 older an hour at the highest risk, So yes, we're going to do both at the same time acknowledging that we don't have enough. Vaccine on hand to complete both groups this week, But over time, yes, we'll be able to get to everyone in both of those groups. County officials are hoping to get more doses and at a regular pace under the incoming Biden administration. Claudia
Los Angeles County Nears 1M Total COVID-19 Cases, Vaccination Efforts Increasing
"10 new crowed a virus cases every minute. That's the staggering pace of infection spreading across Los Angeles County health officials say. The county speeding up toward hitting the milestone of one million cases by public health director Dr Barbara Ferrer says hospitals have gotten more than 220,000 doses of vaccine and they have vaccinated about 160,000. Frontline health care workers That's about 75% completion rate. Hospitals began providing they're eligible staff. Second dose is last week and more than 22,000 health care workers are now fully vaccinated. The counties reporting another 137 new crowd, a virus deaths and more than 12,600 new infections. But those numbers are usually low on Mondays because of reporting legs over the weekend. Nearly 12,400 people have died in L, a county since the beginning of the
Los Angeles County Reports Over 14,000 New Coronavirus Cases
"Of covert, 19 and 166. Additional deaths have been reported in L. A county. Perhaps the only Good news is that hospitalizations have dropped slightly more than 7900. People, though, are still being treated in medical facilities. That number could go up with more cases coming in from the holiday season. One of the big hopes, of course, the vaccines, But the rollout has been slow in both L, a County and the entire state of California. In an exclusive interview, KNX 10 seventies, Charles Feldman pressed L. A county's public health director, Dr Barbara for rare on the reasons for the hold up if you have a limited supply of vaccine How is that going to get distributed? We've had 10 months to figure this out. We've had our vaccine distribution plans ready. You need actually some specific information. How many doses of my going to get every week so I can figure out how much I have to distribute. Whatever it was the requirements going to be for cold chain and supply chains, and we didn't have those that was L. A county public health director Barbara Ferrer. She was speaking one on one with our Charles Feldman. While we've got the entire conversation on our website can extend 70 dot com slash coronavirus. More health
Los Angeles hospitals are losing the battle against COVID-19 surge
"KNX. It's hard to hear this day after day, but it is our reality right now. L a county keeps hitting these tragic milestones. As the search continues, We may very well be on our way to weekly death tolls. Of 1000 people or more. Public health director Barbara Ferrer made that grand prediction on Monday yesterday, the death toll topped 11,000 less than a week ago. It was a 10,000 with huge numbers of new cases being reported daily and even bigger ones expected as people who were infected over the holidays gets sick. The flood of covert 19 patients that's overwhelming county hospitals is expected to keep growing. Dr Jeffrey Guns and Hauser's the county's chief medical officer. People have to take responsibility for the very basic things and two main things are Don't leave your home unless you absolutely have to, and the other thing is absolutely no gatherings. If there's somebody who's not a member of your household, you should not be having any contact with them unless it's critical for something that's a central. About one in five people getting tested in the county right now are coming up positive. Claudia Pests. Utah KNX 10 70 new
Some healthcare workers in Los Angeles County refuse to take COVID-19 vaccine
"Hesitancy is an issue even among some of L. A county's frontline health care workers there tens of thousands who've already gotten the first dose, but some are opting out for now. Dr. Cristina Galley, the county's sell services director, says more than 14,000 of the department's frontline health care workers will have received a shot by the end of the week and acceptance rate of 75 to 80%. She says she's happy without wishes it were 100%. We hope to push the rate higher and will certainly work to get the vaccine out to everyone wants one, County public health director Barbara Ferrer says. As of early this week, more than 78,000, frontline health care workers that acute care hospitals and close to 1400 MTs and paramedics have gotten there first shot. We're hearing anecdotally a very high numbers of people who wanna get vaccinated. The problem right now is the opposite problem. Lots of people trying to line up and and Get vaccinated amongst healthcare personnel. Still, Ferrer says 20 to 40% of those workers at the front of the line have opted out for now. Sal Roselli is president of the National Union of Health Care Workers. We do not have experience of folks hesitating to take it. In fact, it's quite the opposite. To help speed up the roll out in the county of the city of L. A. Is offering vaccinations to front line health care workers at some of its covert 19 testing sites
Another Day, Another Record In Los Angeles County: 290 New COVID Deaths Reported
"Coronavirus record in L. A county. Another 290 people have died. That's the highest single day toll since the beginning of the pandemic, and it works out to more than 12 deaths every hour. Health officials say some of the numbers are because of a backlog and reporting and there are more than 15,000 new infections and public health director Dr Barbara Ferrer says people 30 to 49 years of age or driving the spread of the virus. When this current surge began around November, 1st There were an average of 463 cases a day within people in this age group. By December 22nd. There were 4419 cases a day among residents age 30 to 49. That's an increase of almost 850%. Hospital ers are so overwhelmed by all the new infections that some patients are waiting up to eight hours in the ambulance bays before they can get into the ER. More than 10,300 people have died from Corona virus and L. A county since the beginning of the pandemic
Los Angeles County testing for new more contagious coronavirus strain
"Medical researchers are working to determine whether a new covert 19 strain has arrived. Scientists at local labs in Los Angeles or Testing Cove in 19 positive samples from patients in the region to find out whether the strain first reported in England may also already be present in southern California. The different version of the virus is more easily transmitted. County health director Dr Barbara Ferrer says genetic testing of samples is underway and it will take a week to see
Los Angeles County Expected to Reach 10,000 COVID-19 Deaths Before Year's End
"Said to get into the record for daily deaths L. A county could see 10,000 residents die from the coronavirus before the end of the year. Hospitalizations have been setting records daily for weeks and now dust they're starting to do. The same. I'm asking everyone to take all precautions over the holiday. Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer says The wave of covert patients is already overwhelming hospitals, and it's expected to keep growing with thousands of cases of newly infected people every day and the fact that many people have no symptoms and simply don't know that they're carrying the virus. It is highly likely that every time you or others in your household leave your home, you will come into contact with someone who is infected. Since the start of the pandemic more than 677,000 County residents have tested positive for covert 19. It's estimated that about one and every 95 County residents is currently infected and maybe unknowingly passing on the virus to others. This
Los Angeles County COVID-19 Death Toll Tops 9,000, as Hospitalizations Continue to Set Records
"County hits another grim milestone in the pandemic. 19 related deaths have topped 9000 like county continues to witness a very severe, in fact, a very tragic increase in death. Public health director Barbara Ferrer says the county was averaging 12 deaths a day at the start of November. It's now more than six times that the current overwhelming number of cases and hospitalizations only means one thing. More deaths. With hospitals already struggling to keep up the number of covert 19 patients keeps rising to new highs daily. The county's latest update indicated there were only 38 adult ICU beds available. Since the start of the pandemic. More than 648,000 County residents have tested positive for covert 19 and at least 9000 and 31 died.
Los Angeles County hospital staffs stretched thin during California virus surge
"Record record number number of of more more than than 5700 5700 coronavirus coronavirus patients patients into into being being treated treated at at L. L. A A county county hospitals. hospitals. Public Public health health director director Dr Dr Barbara Barbara Ferrer Ferrer telling telling can exit while local hospitals
L.A. County COVID cases are up
"County sees another spike in Covent related deaths They've been climbing for. While but jump to 86 today, the second highest one day total since the start of the pandemic there more than four times as many people with covert 19 hospitalized and there were a month ago. The huge numbers of new cases being reported every day mean hospitalizations, which are already setting records daily, or expected to keep going up. Covert 19 transmission is being driven by people under 50. And the impact of serious illness is being felt greatest among people 65 older L. A County public health director, Barbara Ferrer. This is a preventable tragedy because those most vulnerable to serious illness from Cogan 19. Can be protected by everyone everyone else. else. Total Total confirmed confirmed covert covert 19 19 cases cases and and the the the county county county county are are are are approaching approaching approaching approaching 545,000 545,000 545,000 545,000 with with with with more more more more than than than than 8400 8400 8400 8400 death. death. death. death. Claudia Claudia Claudia Claudia Pesky Pesky Pesky Pesky Takeya. Takeya. Takeya. Takeya. Next Next Next in in in 70 70 70 news news news radio, radio, radio, with with with covert covert
Los Angeles COVID-19 Daily Update: Most deaths in one day since summer
"19 related deaths in L. A county hit their second highest point since the start of the pandemic. The county is reporting 80 sixed US the highest one day total 91 deaths came during the summer surge, hospitalizations continue continue to to soar soar and and set set records records on on a a daily daily basis. basis. The The number number of of covert covert 19 19 patients patients in in county county hospitals hospitals is is now now more more than than four four times times higher higher than than it it was was a a month month ago. ago. And And officials officials warn warn it's it's going going to to keep keep climbing. The huge numbers of new cases being reported every day tells us thousands more people will end up needing hospital care in the next few weeks. If you're not playing by the rules to put a blunt at this point, you're part of the problem on your contributing to distressing increases that we see in cases, hospitalizations and death. Barbara Ferrer is the county's public health director. The best thing that everyone could do right now is stay home as much as possible, and only go out for work school exercise. Essential services. Since the start of the pandemic, close to 545,000 County residents have tested positive for covert 19 and more than 8400 have died. Claudia
California coronavirus cases push capacity of ICUs
"Has now become the norm. The Southern California region ICU capacity is dropping and the wave of patients is hitting hospitals in L. A county hard. Some are asking the state for stuffing help. Many are diverting some ambulances. Many of us have seen images from other cities and countries of overrun hospitals, exhausted health care workers and critically ill patient. It's being treated in hospital hallways because there are simply no rooms left. This is what we're working so hard to desperately avoid. Barbara Ferrer, the county's public health director, says the search is going to get worse. And if we see another one after Christmas, the results could be catastrophic numbers of people that are gonna need to be hospitalized every day is just gonna keep rising right now. And then that we can't stop that actually from happening. So the question now that Oh, try to prevent You know, the collapse of the health care system is what else do we need to do to get ready for this increase in patients? Because of the huge numbers of new cases we're seeing right now and the fact that it could take several days for someone to get sick after they've been exposed. Hospitalizations were expected to keep rising for a while. If the surge were to continue for a long period of time for weeks and weeks to come, it would be really hard to keep up with this level of demand. So what can you do for our says Stay home as much as possible. Club you
Los Angeles County Reports 8k Deaths, Daily Deaths Increase of 258%
"County Health director Dr Barbara Ferrer says the death toll is her county has passed 8000 she knows the daily death toll has jumped in just the last month since November. 9th average daily deaths have increased 258%. From 12 average deaths per day to 43 this past week nationally,
Los Angeles County COVID-19 surge could lead to ICU bed shortages
"Growing. The county currently has fewer than 1000. Hospital beds. Open ICU beds are down to 122 shortages are expected this month. While hospitals will use all of the tactics available to them to be able to increase the staffing and supply of beds. Please know that those resource is air, not unlimited. unlimited. Dr. Dr. Dr. Cristina Cristina Galley Galley is is the the county's county's health health services services director. director. Staffing Staffing is is tight, tight, and and it's it's tighter tighter than than it it normally normally would would be be in in a a hospital hospital because because all all hospitals hospitals have have staff staff that air out on quarantine who are out sick carried for themselves or family members or who are in isolation themselves, she says. While the rate of increase is slowed new hospitalizations, maybe as high as 500 a day by next week. Tea and hospital officials are meeting this week will be talking about preparation for the significant increase that we are definitely going to see. Public health Director Barbara Ferrer says. About one in 10. People who test positive may end up in the hospital. The county reported more than 36,000 cases over the past week, so 3600 more people may soon end up in the hospital. Claudia Pets que Takeya next and 70 NewsRadio. Ella's mayor wants you to stay at home,
L.A. public health director: Avoid those outside your household
"County has modified it. Stay at home order with covert 19 cases on the rise. No more in person. Gatherings of people from different health households and people are urged to stay home as much as possible. There's a vaccine each of us needs to protect. All of those around us both those we know and those we don't public health director Dr Barbara Ferrer,
"ferrers" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"To adults. I don't I you know it's funny if you've listened to Ben Shapiro every. Night show. He'll quote me saying a very simple thing that I've always said which is I had no idea. Adults would be this stupid. I had no idea and it sounds. Overly simple. But it really is a little more complex which is. When I was nine I just. You'd meet some friend of this guy, a transmission guy. He's the best transmission guy this guy's an engineer he's a lawyer. He's a doctor and it's like. These guys were all competent. They seem that what they were doing. They seem to be put together and stuff like that. I'm sure there are plenty of them that were fucking spastic idiots, but the point is. I had this sort of notion that once you got into the adult world, you wouldn't be dealing with adolescent ideas, feelings and behaviors. Right? Just be we're an adult he's a professional smokes a pipe. There's something going on with today's adults and they're expressing themselves in such a way that makes them come across adolescence and I was not prepared for that. My thing is like I would like to not be an ASS adolescent. So I can stop with all that lesson behavior and then come up to the adults where we can experience adult behavior I didn't know was going to drag the adolescence into the adult. The. Adult. The mayor of Los Angeles is an adolescent. He behaves that and there's several versions of it. There's the oppositional defiant version. Asks, there's tons of that's all I see. Tons of that excuse making is drew the fucking roof with adults, which is insane and adults, and how they interact with me, and then there's the childish fearful version. Yeah. I hate them both. All right. I'm doing a live standup next week tober second and third. Salt. Lake City. Wise guys, and we're doing a live reasonable doubt there as well. Flying in on the Corporate Chad. Wow. Youth You guy I'm kroll dot com for all the stuff. You WanNa Know GonNa be in Kansas City and Royal Oak. Michigan as well. Coming up in December so come on out say hi and we are you to pay check that out drew. What are you got Dr. Dot Com the family pause Dr Drew podcast get some interesting guests lately and The Youtube Slash Dr June. Head on into our streams. That the next time anchor would doctors..
"ferrers" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"Effect effectiveness and incapable and can do nothing or is he a strong arm dictator who? Do anything he wants. Can't do both you can't claim. He's both. A strong arm dictator who can say to the CDC you put that vaccine out now and you do it because I said it was safe. Then, he would have everything he wanted versus never getting anything he wants right or if he was a strong arm dictator, then the Russian collusion case of lasted for three years with a lasted for three minutes because he's strong arm dictate shut it down. Yes. Yes. Yes or if he could get. If he could get national guard to go to fill in the blank city shut down the riders. Then if strong-arm dictator, then he'd send the national. Guard down. But the governor and the mayor went we don't want your thing and thus. Okay. So it's one or the other you can't. It can't be both but thanks. Thank you caller. Caller William. Somebody's wife is and Buffalo. Tested positive for COMMITTEEA. Negative that does happen. You have a false positive it happens in. A lot of times when relationships are sort of. Destabilized by somebody, come back with the positive committee opposite, get get it tested again tested up again. Let's see we got. What else are you thinking about? You know. This I have a couple of things. I want to. Talk about much right now but I want people to start thinking about this phenomenon called crisis fatigue we are in it's it's actually a medical syndrome. It's called crisis fatigue and we are having it they they've they've done it. They made us all feel powerless depressed. It's why we're not engage in civil disobedience we should start doing that. We have such crisis fatigue where we're sort of feckless as you say, we can't do it. So start thinking about the effects of crisis fatigue on your life and your mental health and fight against it, and if it means some civil disobedience, it's in the name of your own wellbeing. So it's time we start taking our lives back number one. Number two I'm GonNa have any strange dreams for like. Months where I am something to do with it what now you're right I every time I talked to you I take a nature walk walk in A. Very rural stretch of road and Park and rocks and dirt and wide open. Hot Arid desert whatever everyone I see women walking alone wearing a mask just alone wearing a mask and I'm like. Why would you put a fucking matt by I can barely tolerate the mask for. The time I have to put it on to walk through the patio to go be seated. The restaurant is too much for me. Glasses are fogging up just wedding I. Feel. I didn't become a surge. Cleaner I'm like Ma. You're walking along a fucking nature. It's ninety five degrees outside you're alone and you're just wearing a mask and I think to myself. How fucking easily are you scrambled Malia your fucking brain. You what happened? I was told to wear a mask. Okay well. then. All right new decree you have to walk in a circle before you use the bathroom. Okay. It's the same medical science wise I. I just look at everyone and I keep thinking i Yes open your restaurant, open your barbershop do it all on the same day just open society we're fucking being dealt with fucking nut jobs relying to either leader we need someone to do it. Toledo. That's all. All right. Sorry. Weird Dreams here we're dreams and it's the same thing over and over again where I am have gone back to college. And I can't keep up. I've immediately taken too many classes and I just stopped showing up. This is the this is like my my biggest nightmare strangely enough and and now it's a month before finals and I'm trying to figure out how to. Get caught up and all these things on behind on and what about the classes didn't even attend. I just been this cons is this overwhelmed panic all the time and somehow this situation In the world has his phys, it's a it's a narrative manifestation for you. How Feeling and I don't quite get it because part of it is trying to keep up on all the information all the medical stuff about the Cova didn't feel inadequate to some of the stuff and maybe that's part of it or I should know more than I do but. There I can't quite place where the feeling isn't where it's coming from. Is it? Ring any bells for you or anything can you? Imagine that with that feeling would be. Well I think you see the world through the eyes of a student? Yeah. I think you think of yourself as just an evergreen, not the Hippie College, but in Evergreen student. And a perpetual student I think myself kind of perpetual build yes I'm always kind of looking at things through the eyes of builder and you're looking at everything through the eyes of a student it you know as you're saying it. In an interesting way, it's the impostor syndrome I'm feeling. As I which makes sense because I'm surrounded by done Kruger and so I I see the Denny Kruger everywhere and that sort of amplifies my imposter feelings that makes sense. Yeah. Yeah I So you're having this feeling of as a as a student. And you're trying to ingest information. So this event has cast you right back into college and when you go to sleep at everything gets blurry. Back. It also weirdly makes me feel my age or something to which I go. I'm not up for this. You know not like you know what I mean I graduate college. There's younger gonNA, eat you alive and only do Very strange I it could be all the uprising stuff to sort of a weird reaction to that because that's all young people. I get all kind of I think you've made sense of it. Yeah I think he acted properly. You know what's interesting is I thought about it a million times couldn't quite do it on my own. This is how therapy works everybody You have to have somebody there you say it to the kind reflected back to you and you go well, that's what that is but on your own, you don't you just you spin you spend. Tidwell. Talk about a lot of things off the air that I think it's therapeutic. Kind of had those thoughts that you have that I feel like we're problem-solving off the like we're trying to. We're trying to figure shit out the S. Yeah. Yeah. But I'm mainly. Pretty I'm somewhere between disappointed and disgusted with sort of humans and and how they react process. Disgust yesterday we were talking and I thought that was really funny. I'm like do. These people who these guys are. These Kevlar pussies. You. I it's disappointing. It's it's devastating I i. never thought that I have had dolts had.
"ferrers" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"Thousand, six, hundred, forty, four. I. On. The kids. I have left now. Running. Right by the river. We're also reporting four, hundred, sixty two confirmed cases among people experiencing homelessness. less than half of the two hundred and five were among people who were sheltered that. I can't really to. When I can help the kids in most. Then I could endure what? And who are now appropriately isolated and their close contacts are quarantined. I'm also sad to report that one additional person. Homelessness has passed away from Covid nineteen and this does bring the total deaths among people experiencing homelessness to fourteen. I forgot we experience homelessness. What I tell time massage that language. To this school. I just just couldn't live with what happened here. And to the family and friends of the person who died we offer you our deepest condolences. Place it. She talking to a student. Dunes memory time I had to come out all the kids yes. 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So So my mom sixty eight, she's a retired nurse and volunteers at a health clinic. and her husband's eighty six and he volunteers at a warehouse to provide goods people in need. and people tell me I'm crazy to let my parents go out and do this stuff. sick of the lockdown they they've worked hard to retire and they don't want to be stuck in their house. Looked Dad your dad. He doesn't want his life stolen from him that he has a certain amount of time remaining and just one that taken from him for a potential risk that he can. He can manage it. And since what do we let our parents live their lives? What does that even mean? He does have the OPB but he he is I mean they're both very tall and they're happy. With where in life and they are working for The what they call the. Snake tiny better and Brian. We we've been talking to this earlier is who who? talked. Old People about whether they wanNA to lose a piece of their life to a lockdown or if they care if they want to manage their risk on their own and wear masks where appropriate. It's Their furious that that their children's and grandchildren's worlds are being upended destroyed, and whatever time remaining they have is being stolen from them guaranteed stolen as opposed to a four percent risk of real trouble from covid. And I have the numbers are so they're actually moving into smaller house because they have a large house with you know on all these on acreage that they kicked me ten. So I'm helping him move into a smaller house and other family members are just irate that I've listened to how let them. Know let let them that language I. Don't know the design like there's nothing. Take it from me and you can take from Dr drew as well. There's going to be a lot of naysayers I don't know what to tell them. It's time to remain smackdown I just go out your fucking life like I. It's I I have people all the time. What are you what you do what you're saying like I I, don't know. I. Don't care. I'm an atheist I'm not here to fucking figure out which way the wind is blowing. Maybe you should become a religious person at least to settle a trend I. now we need that maybe she. Should take one for the team became religious. William, had already signed. Go I'm forty? Got Hey. So they're the clip. Going online of Kamala, Harris saying she's not GonNa Trust the vaccine I wanna see what you guys thought of that I mean it's clear that they're trying to set up this narrative if the vaccine comes out before the election. And I I don't know if that's Loosely grossly irresponsible them to say that. While I was listening to bind he can't listen to trump. He said doing inject chlorine into your veins. He didn't say that but all right. I don't know. Of course look. Telling Black people have a target on your back in the society the most irresponsible thing and the most dangerous thing. You could ever say into a microphone and Michelle Obama Barack Obama say frequently and so does Lebron James and so does everyone in the NBA and so does Biden says Kamala Harris I mean you talk about? It people being willing to say dangerous and irresponsible things into a microphone look no further than what they're peddling to the community. There's no more dangerous by the way the repercussions of this will go on for generations. So fine the they're going to say anything. Or whatever I mean, it's now it's now up to us and to be fair to figure out what everyone's saying the CDC is going to be releasing this thing trump trump shouldn't have an opinion just he shouldn't even.
"ferrers" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"Show. That that the? PGA. that. Terror Room Da. You're staying. Your underwear. Right their doctors of there's butcher five cents and it's got fifty six cents. So we were talking and promising in our last show, they were going to have this Billy Jack Mash Up Gary. Worked on which is. Barbara Fair Public Health Director who is essentially Billy Jack's girlfriend right by the river. and then there's Billy Jack's We'll do a like an aim be comparison like who's a bigger bomber? It goes back and forth. Okay. Let's did like to point out that this is under time constraint I, I know it's our audience but D- does everyone understand. His. Billy Jack Tom Laughlin. Tom. Laughlin is a white guy who appropriated the. Indian. Basically did a cultural appropriation thing back when it was. Cool. There was the right thing to do back when like Marlon Brando finish thing you know and so he does this sort of Renegade Vigilante Film Right. There's a lot of that. There's like walking tall and stuff like he's taken on this whole biker game with a pool cue. Carried a stick. You know what I mean like we allow snakes to bite him to get. Amelie. Billy, Billy Jack was a martial artist in your everyone in the face and stuff and and it was like it was literally a cool. Commun-. School of Indian kids on the hill and then just red haired. Towns people who wanted to take them down I mean it's it's really if you turn on CNN, it's like we're reliving Billy Jack and two thousand and twenty. That's essentially what CNN's theme is the theme of Billy Goat. Billy Jack. is a half breed. American Navajo well, first off a blue eyes. Guy Tom. Tom's last name is the actor Loft Life. I mean he's a fucking white guy as a green beret Vietnam veteran and Kito Master. Jack defends the Hippie themed Freedom School. Inspired by Prescott College I don't know what that means and students from towns people who do not understand or like the counter culture students. The school is organized by its Director Gene Gene, Roberts deloris, Taylor, who is his wife in real life? Yes. A group of children of various races from the school go to town for Ice Cream and are refused service and then abused and humiliated by Bernard POW pose ner David Roya. As the actor the son of the county's corrupt political boss bird free. And his gang this prompts of violent outbursts by billy later gene is, raped By Bernard the river by the river who also murders a native American student billy confronts Bernard whom he catches in bed with a thirteen year old girl. This Guy Bernard was not a good. I'm sorry I'm GonNa say it. I used to like Bernard. Between the tacking of the indigenous people killing the young men and then raping a thirteen year old I don't know I don't. How? Did Not have clothing and that was a big event in cinema. Saw Her naked? I don't. It was just implied anyway Billy Jack it's sustained gunshot wound before he kills Bernard by hand strike the throat right climactic shootout with the police pleading with Billy Jack Billy Jack Surrenders to the authorities in exchange for a decade. Long guarantee that the school will be allowed to continue. To run with gene as its head as billy is away and can cuffs a large crowd of supporters raised their fists. In defines a show of defiance and support. This is if you watch CNN that's this is this is what CNN is reporting. Think about this for a second Billy Jack is kind of black lives matter right. So so when we were watching Billy Jack Age eight to eighteen. This was our thematic some of rallying point. This was on crucible to carry This is what we felt like. Yoga young adults at lessons felt like at that time they raise their fists. Those people are now your college administrators patch right there. Call him retarded. This is the. They're making the running cities, Mayor Mayor of Los Angeles it's right. This is college administrators. They're the children who took that film and put it like this is the greatest thing of all time. I can't tell you how much enthusiasm there was for that film amongst young people are here the MASHUPS now. This is Barbara Farrar. WHO's Bummer for? You mustn't tell Cindy. Why not? because. He will kill him. With Billy. Him. Kills Mall. It wouldn't change what's happened here today. So. If you're a person with an underlying health condition a reminder we do ask that you stay home as much as possible. Even during recovery journey, he wouldn't take away homer. Just destroy. Innocent kids. Can't you understand. This does bring the total number of people who have tested positive for covid nineteen in L. A. County to sixty, four,.
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"ferrers" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Eddie trunk back with you saluting drummers this week on the Eddie Trunk podcast. Our second interview is with Drummer Jimmy Grasso I- already mentioned is resumes played with a ton of people don't really hear from him much doesn't really do many interviews so I think you're really going to enjoy some of these stories some great candidates stuff in here Jimmy Grasso on the trunk podcast how are you brother? Hey. You started talking about summertime songs and like I know where he's going here. I'm sure you were. We'll get right in getting right into and I'm sure you were why antiphon before you joined the band. I remember y Antique Fan and like hearing that song being thrilled for them that they had a hit single but also being like this ain't Black Tiger Man Yeah No, it's funny. I thought the same thing. I. Remember seeing them. You know going back. You know 'cause on older now I remember watching when MTV to have concerts on I think Saturday night they would have live concerts on you know and they had wine he live and I, remember seeing that act. Like Eighty three, eighty, four something like that. and. and. Then I went to Europe for a while I was moving around there. I was playing with Ozzy and at other band MOMS. And we are on the tour bus and they had a live video of quaint he from pink pop. That's all. Yeah that's a pretty lies lottery show in wha t history I. Yeah. And it's one of those and it's About ten months later, I was in the band they never really sort of even and this and that just kinda like well. Okay cool. So well, obviously. Well, there's there's a lot of want to talk to you about but but getting, but you know just touched on the warranty stuff and I told people earlier united been friends for a really long time. We see you out shows and all these different bands you played with and we never done this where we just shot the shit on the air. So I'm glad we're able to do it because I love these conversations. It's not about promoting any certain thing. It's just about to rock fans. And in your instance, a guy that's played with a slew bands. But when you when you got the GIG in in Wyan T. that. That was a big. Those are big shoes to fill coming in for Leonard Hayes who you knew everybody loved as a drummer. So so what was your approach there? I mean were you gonNA come in and you're going to come in and be Jimmy D Grasso doing your thing or were you there to sort of honor what Leonard had done as well? Well, the thing with from from the get go you know Our styles completely different in a lot of ways and when I came in Dave and villains. Like do your thing do not do that thing and that was no disrespect. The Leonard by any means but you know they just wanted something else and I'm like, all right. Well, I'll just do what I do and you know. So you know I played. His part. In the previous records I played pretty much forbade them for the most part, but you know then moving forward. Because at the time you know even dave was like, Hey, can you double bass stuff? He wants you like dolby shuffles and different things like that that they weren't doing previously just change up a bit I'm like, yeah I do. So that's of the way you know. I approach I. Just did what I did and play his parts pretty much what they were and then just move or. and He made a bunch of studio records with the band in your own rights starting starting with contagious, and of course, a year or so ago maybe a little less the wine warranty documentary came out which are a big part of and you're in the in that story quite a bit. What did you think of the film and what did you think of? How how'd you feel about watching it? I was apprehensive about doing it but you know what? The the the people that produced it I thought they did a really really good job I remember watching it. The first time and go. Wow this is. You know this is this is real stop. I mean pretty much depicted it the way it was and I thought the production was really good and it was just you know obviously. It took me back a long time. When you go back and reflect on the things that then it was cool I mean it was nothing but good. I mean there's there's no part that makes me cringe. There wasn't anything really negative in it. I mean you know if anything it just made me sad because like everybody except for me Dave and Steph or gone. Yeah I really believe that everybody from the original bandit of course except Dave is no longer with us and and Phil was It was great when I watched it. I was like well at least that thank thankfully, they made this while Leonard and Joey were still alive so that they are represented in it new interviews. Unfortunately, that's not the case for Phil but I was glad that they got that in when they did because if they had waited a little longer to do it, you'd have nobody but but you and dave and staffing it really. Yeah No. I'm glad they got that the whole. Man There was a few years there. They were just brutal like where like it's I remember. I was on. A black star rider tour in England and I was in my bunk and I think it was like three or four in the morning we retired and. Of course it guys grew up. Downstairs for a week and one of them will be up it's like Philly out task and I'm like, no I was asleep I'm like Jesus like what next? Since like. You know everybody. I, it's just really sad and I remember when I got back I was only days and mean date wants his memorial service here. And Yes. It's just it's like man I. Mean That's one thing you brought back because i. I remember all the Times. This year with US guys playing and traveling and realize that you know they're all on the most part is just it's just the bump. Bummer but you know it's like this is what is. Well, let's talk I mean there's a lot I want to talk about in your career and we we have. You know we just we have this hour which is already rapidly going by. So I, want I want to get some stuff. Now your story is you you started your an East Coast Guy, you're from Bethlehem. and relocated. Boast, did you go to? LA, like most musicians chasing the dream back in the eighties? Yeah but you know it was a little bit different art playing. In the Tri State area that New York Pennsylvania Delaware every you're a rebel you know four or five years since I was a senior in high school and you know I did it all I did you know Hammer Jacks and losing all the places to go to. And you know I. Thought Oh it's gotta be stopped something else. So I just figured although to La and I actually wanted to start. A few bands it wasn't even about Iraq thing I wanted to go there like jazz rock thing or something like that. And I was living there for about five or six months and I was breaking in. session scene I was doing a lot of recording at like from Bo and. Jingles and. Demos for artists and production deals record these..
"ferrers" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Just because you just wanted to get out to the west coast again. Definitely, because I wanted to get closer to guns and roses and be around those guys more obviously. Second was. The winter two, two winters ago dude, I just got beat down and just got down and I was. Like by that So combination of both those things. I hear you. I'm laughing because the reason why I'm bringing this up with frank is frank for a long time lived like just a few towns away from me and I've been wanting to leave this area for like years. But I've got two kids in the school system that are doing well, and I can't until they're out of school and you know what I'm on the Jersey Shore. A house at the shore and on down here and I've been spending the summer and today it's about eighty three sunny probably going to go run right in the water at the beach as soon as I get off the air. So right now July August amazing. No complaints but I'm with you when jailer very rolls around. Yeah it'll. Be Anything. Down there down by the shore Jerseys Gorgeous Beautiful Yeah I mean, I'm out here in the desert we get like one hundred twenty and people complain like the B-, the. Other you and I'm like a hundred twenty or minus twenty of the one hundred twenty. I say all the time. I'll take a couple months of intense heat and sitting in the ACC versus chip and ice off the windshield any day of the week man so I know I sound like an old man when I was younger when I was younger I tried to figure out why everybody from the from New Jersey New York move to Florida when they got older now as about two fifty six and a few days I'm like I get it. I'm down with it I get it. Totally Evan. In the wintertime you plus your ball that maybe you didn't know what it hurts like in.
"ferrers" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?
"Passages these ideas, these concepts and you drowning everybody on the planet or or or abortion what they're. They're not really that good for direct application today and I think any responsible Christian would say that because. You're. 'cause it's talking to a mosaic era covenant. Now if we were. A. I'm sure especially, if people don't want to hear it in context because it's mental work and we generally are are trying to not have to think hard about stuff even when it's really important stuff that might. Spell the difference between life and death we. Hard. Brought up a lot of old testament stuff. What about Jesus himself Jesus Luke twelve forty, nine, fifty one says he's he's come to bring fire to the earth and at the end and He's GonNa to come back and essentially kill all the nonbelievers, take him to hell or or or or. non-believers what what was that fire to Earth. Passage I want look it up in conflict loop twelve. Fifty. Luke twelve. Forty, nine, hundred, fifty, one, I have come bringing fire on the earth and how I wish it were already kindled. Who but but I have to say but I have a baptism to undergo and how distressed I am until it is completed. Do you think I have come to bring peace on the earth? No, I tell you but division. Oh eightieth. The site, those pass. That's the lucan equivalent of the matthew passage where come to bring you know I came with. Your. By fire there when he comes back and fire to the earth, he's GonNa set fire to the how is that a loving thing to do? Okay. how many babies are going to be on the earth when he does that. I'm still sorting through context here because he skipped past the whole mosaic and stuff jumped to the New Testament. You had asked you that's why that was in there I and. It's easier to ask a question and answer especially when it's these high context, things that people don't know the historical context of natural law, which was the point I wanted to get to. Natural, law. Descriptions that I'm sorry natural prescriptions in the Bible are are talking about what is good and what is evil regardless of time place or culture. So that would be natural. Those instructions are in scripture to. But those are a lot more general. And a lot fewer in number but and you know it's still debatable as to what what constitutes natural on doesn't but there's there's often agreement among at least biblical scholars that there are some timeless principles that are reflected that we've across the story of scripture and can be found in different covenant errands. Now, when you're talking about mosaic era, the only way we can directly apply instructions for that time to. A different culture or different time is if you can show that that we have relevant similarities with that culture. If we don't have those relevant similarities than God's word to them, is not the same as his words us he's not telling us to go do that I mean we're according to scripture..
"ferrers" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?
"Then. Justified in protecting one. Right, the mother if we can't protect both, then we're justified in protecting the ones we can because we're pro life I'm pro-life not just pro baby. Well. That's good. That's good. Common Sense. Common Sense Right now to be to be clear, there's probably not nearly as many of those kinds of cases as a lot of people would make it out to be, but they're starting times. There's there's health concerns there. There are tactical strategic plan like if she's diagnosed with cancer. And you know it's in the third month and she's got six more months. she she should really consult with a doctor to figure out what's going to what's going to balance the best harms. And benefits. in trying to preserve both lives and it may be that she doesn't have a realistic option forward besides. Besides. You know undergoing cancer treatment that would kill the baby and that's the only way to realistically protect Your Life. That would be a self defense case but that's not necessarily the only option. It might be that that it's early detection could use stuff that won't harm the child to kind of at least slow the growth or stall it, and then after birth, then they can can proceed with chemotherapy or something like that. Those are the kinds of the medical professional would know that I dealt. So I recognize that there's different challenges and choices there. So you're not totally against abortion. I'm. against. Unnecessary killing. Okay so So unnecessary abortions you find there are there are circumstances in which an abortion would be necessary. We are morally responsible to protect life generally. And to honor human dignity where possible Gotcha. So, how do you think y'all way feels about abortion. So. We've got two different. You might say moral climates. We've got that creation and that of the Creator now I think our morality. B. Reflects the character and nature of God. But. There's a key question that has to be answered before we can start talking about God's. Morality. Is it. Coherent and or possible for there to be a being who has a higher. Ethical privilege are higher ethical standing..
"ferrers" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Ferrers the county's public health director there should be widespread testing and every nursing home where there's an outbreak and we've actually been working with the state as well on on helping us sort of enhance our capacity to do more to to more easily be able to do that testing we are seeing a big jump and confirms covert nineteen cases pushing LA county's total well past thirteen thousand eight hundred but the spike is being attributed to a backlog of results from tests done earlier this month that are just now being reported by one lap put your pesky talk KNX ten seventy newsradio results of an antibody test of LA county residents shows the true virus infections are much more widespread than the confirmed cases USC researchers tested just over eight hundred and sixty Angelenos representative of the city's diversity four point one tested positive for corona virus Dr Neeraj Sood of U. S. C. headed up the study it was done in partnership with the city and county of Los Angeles so if you take the population of eight million and applied the four point one percent what we get is about three hundred and twenty thousand dollars in Los Angeles county who have had the covert infection sued says the real number of infection is about forty times higher than the number of confirmed cases but many people show no symptoms you could say baby the good news is that the fatality rate is lower than what we thought it would be a death rate just slightly higher than the flu but suit says covert nineteen spreads much easier and it's all at once hence flattening the curve Emily Valdez can extend seventy newsradio.
"ferrers" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Bars just like when you're on the surface of the Moon Mars is blocking half of the radiation just by its mass, and then Mars does have a bit of an atmosphere which gives you a little bit of protection, but you're right. There's still the radiation environment on the surface of the law. A Mars is More severe than being low-earth orbit and so radiation protection on the surface of Mars will continue to be an issue. Will be on the moon. you'll have to have certain amount of protection and your habitats. But again the other the other thing you know there's two aspects of the dangers of radiation. One of them is that in the long term it will lead to an increased incidence of cancers like leukemia well one of the things that we're realizing. Is that ability for early detection and treatment and cancer is continually improving, and so maybe you know twenty thirty years from now. That's just not going to be as much of a problem. The other potential problem from radiation are cute impacts there there've been some experiments that have shown a potential loss of cognitive capability for rats when they're exposed to radiation. you certainly would not like to get to Mars and find out that your I q is decreased by twenty points they are potential effects of acute effects of radiation on the circulatory system on the nervous system, and that's an area of very active research. Now it's relatively new traditionally. We were just concerned with the long term impact of radiation that is ultimately causing cancer. Unless of course you had a huge solar flare. You know if you get enough radiation. All at one time you're gonNA, die or have serious illnesses and you know we? We would like not to be in space when they have a huge solar flare. Statistically. Those don't happen very often and so far. We've been lucky. So we've discussed the ambient radiation risks in space, obviously within our solar system. You you've got solar radiation to worry about and got charged particles from the from the galaxy, the universe to worry about, but also apart from these ambient radiation risk. Does it make sense to also for space ferrers to worry about anomalous radiation risks I know for example like x Ray Bursts and gamma-ray bursts are extremely rare in the universe or they so. So rare that that we just don't have to think about that or will the future of space exploration needs really think about it I mean if if if a huge black hole merger like was observed with the gravitational radiation, billions of light years away. If something like that happened right near us in the galaxy, it would be bad news, but there's absolutely nothing we can do about it, and so it's just not something that. That we even bother to think about. What about solar anomalies, you mentioned like a solar event so. I mean solar flares are recognized I mean for a big solar flare in nineteen, seventy, two in August, which just happened to occur between Apollo, sixteen and Apollo seventeen had it occurred when. We're on the lunar surface..
"ferrers" Discussed on NASACast Audio
"They the did it based on radiation isolation, confinement distance from earth, altered gravity fields. And then the last one is a hostile or closed environment, and it's sort of how this affects the human body, which you know since you've actually been in space, but then also worked with HR p. So let's just go through those hazards into sort of expand on that starting with radiation, the radiation environment of space wise that a hazard to us. Okay. Well, all of these physical hazards kind of account for the physiological changes in the medical changes. We see each one of them. Cascades down along several lines which can cause changes in sometimes harmful effects to us. Radiation is an interesting phenomenon because we sometimes think of spaces being filled with radiation when really the the correct way to think about that is earth being a hardened shelter to to radiation. We just happen to live and grow up in this bunker which shields us from what the rest of the universe is bathed in all the time. And so if we want to be space Ferrers than radiation is just the fact of life, it's how we're going to get somewhere radiation can hurt us on many levels. We worry about solar flares, which can cause a large number of particles charged particles. Protons electrons alpha particles, which can actually cause acute radiation sickness, and depending on the dose that can be very mild, like you never notice it or can be lethal everything in between. And then we worry about long term risk of cancer and increased risk of heart. Z's and some other things as well, including effects on the brain. So there's many ways that radiation can hurt us, but it is one thing that we have to solve. And when you think about being a spacefaring civilization, multi planet, you have to envision yourself moving from one bunker to another. So then what we have on earth that shields us from a lot of that electromagnetic radiation cosmic rays and solar particles, we will need to recreate the best we can wherever we're.
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"United states that could stand up against that i agree with you i agree with you there's so many laws and so many regulations so many this ad in the other they'll trip yeah you can't you can't find anyone who's not guilty of something if you look long enough and so that's that's not the way things are supposed to work you're supposed to have a crime that that presents itself and then you try and find out who committed that crime rather than pick a person and see what kinds of committed because i mean they'd we'd all be locked by mr muller's doing is typical of totalitarian regimes past and present were you just keep you know conducting a brutal investigation shaking down people trying to get people to cough up what you want going after family members going after the inner circle of the individual and so forth and just keep circling and circling the harassment is enough to drive most people nuts but that's what they're doing i mean they they back they've bankrupt people they put people in prison they threaten people go ahead i was just gonna say zoning ordinances that that can carry a a a year in jail for violation and there are people i'm agreeing with you there's a lot of regulations out there and it's likely that you and i and everybody else is violating something thanks for your call eric chicago illinois the great wls go hi mark earlier in the show you were disgusting or commonwealth heritage and it reminded me of the ferrers case in england in fifteen forty two george ferrers impe was arrested for debt by the sheriff who was an agent of the crown but he was on his way to parliament parliament then descended the right of its members to travel to and from parliament unmolested incentives phone sergeant at arms to liberate sarah's from the executive branch of bring into the commons by some analogy i think that the doj is stonewalling congress in congress should stick up for its own rights and hold those obstructionist in contempt and bring them before the house to answer the charge a decade ago amac was founded by dan weber as an alternative to the left.
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"Yeah i don't either but it is a possibility the other larger point that i like to make and use probably made this yourself before but that the this investigation of president trump pretty much stands a law enforcement on his head when on its head when you select a an individual and then you look for a crime you know take apart the person's life and interview and family members and his colleagues and it's essentially they should try that on joe scarborough and see how he fares well there's there's not a citizen the united states it could stand up against that i agree with you agree with there's so many laws and so many regulations so many this ad in the other they'll trip try and find out who committed that crime rather than pick a person and see what kinds of committed because i mean they'd we'd all be locked but mr muller is doing is typical of totalitarian regimes past and present were you just keep you know conducting a brutal investigation shaking down people trying to get people to cough up what you want going after family members going after the inner circle of the individual and so forth and just keep circling and circling the harassment is enough to drive most people not but that's what they're doing i mean they they they bankrupt people they put people in prison they threaten people go ahead sure i was just gonna say there are owning ordinances that that can carry a a a year in jail for violation and there are people i'm agreeing with you there's a lot of regulations out there and it's likely that you and i and everybody else violated something thanks for your call eric chicago illinois the great wls go hi mark earlier in the show you were discussing or common while heritage and it reminded me of the ferrers case in england in fifteen forty two george ferrers impe was arrested for debt by the sheriff who was an agent of the crown but he was on his way to parliament parliament then descended the right of its members to travel to and from parliament unmolested incentives own sergeant arms to liberate ferrers from the executive branch should bring into the commons by some analogy i think that the doj is stonewalling congress in congress should stick up for its own rights and hold those struction in tempt and bring them before the house to answer the.
"ferrers" Discussed on WJR 760
"Just keep you know conducting a brutal investigation shaking down people trying to get people to cough up what you want going after family members going after the inner circle of the individual and so forth and just keep circling and circling the harassment is enough to drive most people nuts but that's what they're doing i mean they they back they bankrupt people they put people in prison they threaten people go ahead sure i was just gonna say there are there are zoning ordinances that that can carry a a a year in jail for violation and there are people i'm agreeing with you there's a lot of regulations out there and it's likely that you and i and everybody else has violated something thanks for your call eric chicago illinois the great wls go hi mark earlier in the show you were discussing our commonwealth heritage and it reminded me of the ferrers case in england in fifteen forty two george ferrers impe was arrested for debt by the sheriff who was an agent of the crown but he was on his way to parliament parliament then defended the right of its members to travel to and from parliament unmolested incentives own sergeant at arms to liberate pharaohs from the executive branch of bring into the commons by some analogy i think that the doj is stonewalling congress in congress should stick up for its own rights and hold those obstructionist in contempt and bring them before the house to answer the charges excellent call excellent call boy you really reach back i remember it now you take care we'll be right back a decade ago amac was founded by dan weber as an alternative to the left leading.
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"Take control of your money and your financial future and keep those sharks out of your life then out of your wallet after all it's your money not there and that's what money cog is all about we get the other each and every sunday talking about subjects financial let's get bob on the line in the show me state of missouri hello habob uh erma market uh what are your subscribers than i had a question uh i have a roth ira with kind of bass don europe model one portfolio i have uh taxable monkey in your income portfolio would you recommend sports out in putting the taxable uh my in it generating income into the loss and sought out of their nontaxable and then basically cell that portion and my taxable the town turn around and then gusted in uh in your recommendation for the modelled three portfolio now if you make that transaction would you incur capital gains taxes while not really because most federal income pons really don't have much capital gains fact i it pretty much balances out i've got you know to in some of them and gained ten others so i wouldn't be so you would not have any tax bill as a consequence riding in then by doing that i would raise the cost base it you know the costs faces i have on the model three portfolio would be what it is now on item i'm always into marcus coat down any way you know so if i ever sell them online i can always fell those funds ferrers have money but side van in taxable accounts to buck if there were no negative tax consequences of making the change then i think fundamentally uh the basis for making the change is his sowed procured norton recommend curanescu forewarn carried our worker are standard ira he would recommend curing at work here well what do you account the account you were talking about was what type of an account airport walk right but i also have murdiono standard irna will lemme lemme lemme put it in a different uh phrase uh as much as possible i think it makes sense incomeproducing assets and taxprivilege dekalb's now however you however you want to configure them is your decision but as as a principle to the extent that.
"ferrers" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Thousand or at least ten thousand million powers because a typical phone charges two or three thousand so that means or the ipad may be a 4000 so means you could charge up a device a couple of times very handy to have that yeah i i wish i had been printed my seatmate after that you see hikes i can't remember what might as i just said i have time i don't think they're matters that much must the time they're alqa it's a commodity but the see if can can i borrow some of that i know ferrers in a cost you though as a shot he's got a great article always always get great articles there's one on the most comfortable shoes for travel which i love that's a good topic and i just followed all seventeen of your seventeen travel instagram accounts to fall in 2017 i love good including yesterday i didn't know they had an instagram fantasy actually does a great job with their instagram so you should definitely follow them surprised you talk about how many guns they find oh man look at some of the stuff they finding your luggage i think last week a lawn i think they found like a hundred and sixty nine gutless at checkpoint what is loaded this is crazy crazy the stuff that is a butcher cleaver do not bring a butcher cleaver on a plane here and actually the big travel news this week is now that the government is now china to tell people not to put any laptops in your check back now says nope writer at avi opposite of what they were used to do i don't i'm so confused at this point they never did ban them in the cabin now there are there not banning them they just recommending or they banning all that in one la enjoy flood six months ago or whatever was they were trying to ban them in the cabinet or would like if you put them the cargo hold that's even sorry firehouses it yeah it's a now they've actually come to realize that that is a fire as it so now they're they're encouraging the worldwide air latvian at he not to allow the orders those if that thought they were.