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Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"five cancers" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"A witness who heard two gunshots outside of her window. What you went outside. She saw a male that she knows from the area shot twice in the torso. I wish I could say this was an anomaly. But it seems to be part for the course for this particular court In November of last year, we told you how Judge Chris Morton freed 30 year old Jesus Guy goes five times from jail by granting him felony and PR bonds. Five felony bonds. And one year a majority of those were for family violence. Gallegos is now charged in the murder of his 43 or what ex girlfriend Rita Acosta. Rita wasn't like a daughter to me. Thomas and Re Mendez senior found his niece's body. Her blanket was up to buy right here. But uncovered her faith. The whole bed was full of blood. If Judge Chris Morton wouldn't have given gay go so many bonds, relatives say Rita Acosta would be alive today. If anybody's got many bombs shouldn't be up. Not to all the judges like Morton, who repeatedly free violent offenders. Tell me one positive thing that's come from that, and I'll gladly do a report. Reporting live from downtown Randy Wallace Fox 26 news. Remember, Morton was that bloated, pasty Democrat Judge. You got the story and we're not I'm just dreaming during a global pandemic in a dip in the, uh in in our economy, where crime is going up everywhere, not just where we have in bond reform, but were not able to have trials. No, I do not feel responsible for that, Mr Ober. Course you don't. You fat bastard. I'd like every person who's released to have that Fat bastards home address. When it shows up on his doorstep. When it These guys are so callous and so disgusting. This. This is what you've ended up with. This is what we've ended up with with Democrats in in charge of the county. You're you're seeing a flight out of the county. Republic Grand Ranch couldn't pay for better publicity. They send me emails. You wouldn't believe how many people are coming out here. Got to get out. I never thought I'd leave him. I got to get out of I got to get out of Harris County. I got to get out the city of Houston. I got to get away from those people. Everything they do is screwed up. Everything they do is wrong. Texas Democrat State Senator Juan Chewy, Hinojosa says his community is completely overwhelmed by illegal aliens. What do you expect? What do you expect? Everything these people do is wrong. Oh, but their emotional they care were racist, and we're mean. See what you're getting. You see what you're getting. This is what happens when Democrats are in charge. It's only going to get worse. We're gonna have Dr Baden on in just a moment. But first, Kevin and Alvin go Yes, Go ahead, but Like Are you there? Yeah. You know, guys be ready. Okay, There's a bunch of people waiting. I don't have time for the give and take be on the phone. Be ready. Have it to your ear. I'm coming to you now. Anderson. Dan Anderson, You're up. Go! Michael. I don't know where some of these doctors and some of these hospitals get this holier than thou attitude because they know exactly what I'm about to tell you. According to WebMD dot com over 20% of all prescriptions written in the U. S annually are off label that's tens of millions a year. And they write off label prescriptions every day. And now all of a sudden I ever met them, Uh, isn't allowed to be written off label. Which it has been for years. You're exactly right. David in Utopia Texas go Yeah. Good morning. Didn't trump have an executive order or something to that effect that patients who are close to expiring could try any experimental drug. And if so, what happened to it? I don't know. I'm sure they let it lapse because they don't want they don't want to save you. The reason they want to know if you're vaccinated or not, is they want to know whether whether you're a trump supporter? Because if your unvaccinated the theory is you're a trump supporter, but those numbers don't bear out. Lot of blacks. A lot of blacks are unvaccinated because they rightfully don't they don't trust the government that infected black sharecroppers with syphilis up until 1972 When a whistleblower blew the story on this thing, John, go Yeah. Michael, really enjoy your show. Uh, I wanted you to ask Dr Baden about something. I think I heard doctors the link. Oh, say that Hydra Clark Quinn and I ever met and were a gateway to allow zinc to get in and attack the Covid. And I haven't heard that anywhere else. Zelenko said that and it's been written other places. That the heart that Hydroxychloroquine is actual function is to open the cell to to receive the zinc. But I will ask her, Rick and Tom Ball go. Yeah, I'm 76 year old Vietnam veteran Thanks to Agent Orange. I've had five cancers. Lung cancer. Major surgery. Radiation ended up with a fever. The Via sent me to a Urgent care clinic They gave me I ever met in after two days of fever went down. I never had any serious symptoms. Everything is clear. I'm cool. I love I ivermectin. And I'm glad you're around to be here with us, Rick. Thank you, buddy. Thanks for sharing your story. Listen, I'm not a Avermaet and proponent. I'm a proponent of patients getting every opportunity to save their lives and learning more and reading more..
The Michael Berry Show
"five cancers" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Our president. Joseph rob annette biden said that by twenty twenty all electricity must have zero carbon emissions He just said that. And we're in twenty twenty plus one going to deal with climate change and and have zero emissions net emissions by twenty fifty by twenty twenty. Make sure all 'electricity is zero missions. We're going to able to do these. Things that to move you will never have zero emissions. you will never have zero cove. It putting in place policies as if you believe you will is self defeating. The chinese couldn't beg us to be dumber a judge who repeatedly grants multiple bonds to violent offenders who end up mud. Murder suspects is added again. Credit fox twenty six is randy wallace in. Tonight's breaking bond report a twenty year old man who was free from jail. Multiple bonds for violent crimes is now charged with committing a murder. That district court judge. Who is responsible has a history of releasing defendants who go on to become murder suspects. Fox twenty six grand wallace joining us live from downtown with the latest according to court documents two hundred thirtieth criminal district court judge chris. Morton has no problem releasing violent offenders on multiple felony or personal recognizance bond. His decision to do that has cost. Several people their lives back in february twenty year. Old jilin shawn gibson appeared in the to thirtieth judge. Chris mortensen court charged with continuous violence against family member. Pr get out of jail. Free card for continuous family violence. Those could he was beaten up as extra front six weeks later. Gibson his back in front of judge. Chris mortensen charged with assaulting up pregnant. Woman the da's office asked to revoke gibson's pr bond. Morton had other plans. Not only does he get a bond he gets probably the lowest felony bond. You can get twenty thousand for assault of a pregnant woman. Twenty thousand basically means to grand and you're out now give this charged with murder. Police say on sunday he shot and killed as thirty-seven-year-old distant cousin. Surat gibson we have a witness who heard gunshots outside of her window. What you went outside. She saw a male that she knows from the area shot twice in the torso. I wish i could say this was in our normally but it seems to be par for the course for this particular court in november of last year. We told you judge chris. Morton freed thirty year old as this guy goes five times from jail by granting him felony and pr bonds five felony bonds in one year. A majority of those for for family. Violence geigo is now charged in the murder of his forty-three ex girlfriend. Rita acosta rita was like a daughter to thomas tremendous senior found. His nieces body. Her blancas up tomorrow here but uncovered a face the whole baylor full of blood. If judge chris morton wouldn't have given geigo so many bonds relative saint rita a- kosta would be alive today anybody's got the mini bonds. Shouldn't be out to all the judges like morton who repeatedly free violent offenders. Tell me one positive thing. That's come from that. And i'll gladly do a report reporting live from downtown rainy wallace fox twenty six news. Morton was that bloated pasty democrat judge. You got the story and we not. I'm door during a global pandemic an dip india in in our economy. Where crime is going up everywhere. Not just where. We haven't bombed reform or we're not able to have trials. No i do not feel responsible for that mr ober. Of course you don't you fat bastard. I'd like every person who's released to have that fat bastard home address when it shows up on his doorstep when these guys are so callous in so disgusting this. This is what you've ended up with. This is what we've ended up with with democrats in in in charge of the county. You're you're seeing a flight out of the county republic grand ranch couldn't pay for better publicity. They send me emails. You wouldn't believe how many people are coming out here. I gotta get out i. I never thought i'd leave. Got to get out. I gotta get out of harris county. I gotta get outta the city of. Houston i gotta get away from those people. Everything they do is screwed up. Everything they do is wrong. Texas democrats state senator schumer a hosa says his community is completely overwhelmed by illegal aliens. A what do you expect. What do you expect everything. These people do is wrong. Oh but their emotional. They care we're ray system and we're mean see what you're getting. You see what you're getting. This is what happens when democrats are in charge. It's only gonna get worse. We're gonna have a doctor boden on in just a moment. But first kevin and alvin go about guys. Be ready okay. There's a bunch of people waiting. I don't have time for the give and take be on the phone be ready. Have it to your ear. I'm coming to you now anderson. Dan and anderson. You're up go michael. I don't know where some of these doctors and some of these hospitals get this holier than thou attitude because they know exactly what i'm about to tell you according to web. Md dot com over twenty percent of all prescriptions written in the us annually off label. That's tens of millions of years and they write off. Label prescriptions every day and now all of a sudden ivermectin isn't allowed to be written off label which it has been for years. You're exactly right david. Texas go morning. digging trump heaven executive order or something to that effect. That patients who are close to expiring could try any experimental drug. And if so what happened to it. I don't know i'm sure they let it lapse. Because they don't want they don't want to save you the reason they want to know if you're vaccinated or not is they want to know whether whether you're a trump supporter because if you're unvaccinated the theory is your trump supporter but those numbers. Don't bear out a lot of blacks a lot of blacks or unvaccinated because they rightfully. Don't they don't trust the government that infected black sharecroppers with syphilis up until nineteen seventy two a whistle blower a blue. The story on this thing. John go yet. Michael really enjoy your show I wanted to ask dr boden about something. I think i heard doctors linko say that hydrochloric quinn and ivermectin where a gateway to allows zinc to get in and attack the covert and. I haven't heard that anywhere else. Salenko said that. And it's been written other places that the hot that hydroxy chloroquine actual function is to open the the cell to to receive the zinc. But i will ask her. Rick tombaugh go. yeah. I'm seventy six year old vietnam veteran thanks agent. I've had five cancers lung cancer maker surgery. Radiation ended up with a fever they. Va sent me to urgent care clinic. They gave me ivermectin after two days of fever went down. i never had any serious symptoms. Everything's clear i'm cool. Love ivermectin and i'm glad you around to be here with this rick. Thank you buddy. Thanks for sharing your story. listen. I'm not a ivermectin. Proponent i'm a proponent of patients.
"five cancers" Discussed on The Chartographers
"Although he throws in so many will jokes. There's constantly it's like so dark and sad and he's constantly mocking. Yes that's that's part of both would pulls you in and also keeps you a little bit of climbing your day at sea as you're like okay. Yeah no he's very much as you have the stepmother factory aside from the fact. There's a lot more emotional clarity on there. And he's using still be in scenarios describe some of his life growing up as well. But then you also have time out of joint to yo jay which is just this is a breathy airy super fucking sad spacer of a track to which is where he is talking about his life and his heart and never falling in love with anyone that he really wants to commit with. And it's still that there were moments of honesty in your heart that shine through here amidst all this byan era and the thing is that like we get show sock shots of vulnerable l. p. but never all start can never asked specifically vulnerable as a couple of moments on this and therefore i have a great deal for him but also the big thing about this week is that there's a lot of lp to get through. So i'll be honest. I there's a little bit of glass for me with fantastic damage element that. I'm probably find within driving here at number three which is still sunday. Never thought i'd say. But i would. I almost in this might be controversial. No i was kind of a little bit debate in the to me. Between this in cancer for cure and the thing is that the cancer for cure athem flip-flopped on his tail is the things that for. Cure is streamlined almost paranoid danceable record too because there is like his. He has much more streamlined. Way of how he's doing he's musicality. There's beats shits danceable there. There's a lot more kind of courses that are happening here. There's a lot more through line to it. But the thing is that damme really feels like a man trial almost as in gripped with reality like his ramblings. Almost kind of paranoid. I'll when you're dead. We'll talk about in a moment though. But i feel like our sleep when you're dead is an album the transports to in various specific place. A very specific story that he's telling in a very specific five cancer for gore. I don't know where it is. Because i feel like location it a little bit over the place. The full retard is aside from the fact that it is fucking singalong anthem. you know you're gonna pump. The they do in the future is just set on. The puck is fantastic there but he have moments like that and then you also have things like For my upstairs neighbor. Mum's the word which is a brutal and incredible santa signed also in terms of increasing these universes which feels like he does with each album. It kinda is. It feels like a great song. But i don't know how it fits into the whole narrative. What he's trying to create. And that's my thing with your. It's good al. I love somebody songs and talk about them. But i don't feel it has the same through line as the other record stew. Then exits i do. I know i body of work like as a as a junior requested denied. Drop the fucking beat. That shit's also love that. God alabama lead opener. This is another one that starts with a bang. I think he is very good at strong interval. Ray self-aware in el sleep with your debt on smith underneath. But yeah. yeah. I i just i don't know i for me. It's no contest of of where which album is is lower. Because i i think cancer for curious of very strong album i think for my upstairs neighbor is truly. It's it's rare that a song makes me feel what that song makes me feel. And and i think that that is. I don't even know specifically how to describe it but it's it's like a very much a because it's it's about just embassy and even though it's wrong it is the right thing and i think that there's a lot of people that can relate to that. I also just love that. It comes after sign here heerden here and he. He very specifically more on his solo albums easily. Run the jewels. He does a lot of where there isn't really a rhyme scheme it's more of just like a monologue in rhythms stream of consciousness consciously delivered right exactly just just a full on storytelling setting the scene. In a way that i even across genres i am i. We don't get songs like the type that he tells besides like the december is is like you know the of their storytellers for the storytellers. But also the that like take you out of present reality. Yeah yeah and like for my officers neighbor. When he's talking about hearing is absurd neighbor being abused and saying if you kill him not gonna tell anyone. I like that part. He's like you know six inch leads to the home. When i say the first thing. I'm gonna say to you which is if you if you do the deed they're not gonna tell anyone is just love that small detail of is the first and last thing i've ever said this person extra heavy oil also personal life lake for those reviews at home yes. We had very abusive stepfather. Like a terrible father. Name it a.
The Astrology Podcast
"five cancers" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast
"So how does that look on a on a chart here it is. It's not going to look terribly different from the previous one as you could see again. We have the second house cusp and the third house. Gus beginning in gemini. But they're off a few degrees from the the other position of poor free right or like the To the degree of the ascendant descendant the mid heaven or tenth house cusp and the icy are still the same. But then what's changed is the other intermediate cusps have shifted slightly and so i can see for example I think the fifth house cusp used to be at twenty five leo and poor free and that's shifted over to i think twenty three leo here or the sixth house costs was at zero degrees of libra in a poor free. But now it's shifted to twenty nine degrees of virgo. Here's just a degree off but it moved into a different sign which for astrologers would be a major shift because it would change. The rulers of the houses from a venus ruled sign. Libra to a mercury ruled. Sign of virga. Dan and so the interpretation would be completely different. Yeah so completely. Different interpretation and so this is entirely based on just how the quadrants were divided and and incorporating a different astronomical reference point in order to measure them relative to and that therefore changing subtly shifting. The house cusps. Okay next online. We have combined no so the prime vertical method. And this name explains what it's doing. It's the prime vertical matter because it's very simple methods went to shoot. We get the prime vertical. Divide the prime vertical into twelve parts. He will just seeing the six of this half and then you simply use the polls to divide it. Saint simple division of the prime vertical. So that there's the greater circle that goes from east to zenit to west. And then nadia and east again. That one is divided into twelve equal parts. Accounting the meridian. Andy the horizon so the ascendant and then you just slice it up into twelve and you have these houses Like this this was very ingenious and it was always considered by authors who described as very ingenious. Because it's dividing space is dividing or local spice of observation into twelve so It's very Intuitive in terms of perception. What is house so That's probably it's it's attractive. It's appealing it's this. It's not as easy to compute as in as occupied. It's much more complex. Because now you have to have a different referential. That is the prime vertical and you have to transform this coordinates of the prime vertical into the ecliptic and this Is a bit complicated. And as you can see here in the diagram. I placed the equator. Which is the the blue line slightly. I'm transparent because the equator is not considered at all in this division. Right there is movement here of of decrease being taken into account so in the in the previous method and the aqua bishops methods the equator was the primary thing or one of the primary things is taken into account in terms of determining the house cusps but in this were focused more in the components method on the prime vertical on the direction analogy of of north and south and using that to calculate the house. Cusps it's a simple division of space into twelve parts. So how does that look. Let's see how that looks on a chart and how it divides the cusps differently. Well going so you're gonna get a major major shift at this point in terms of the intermediate house cusps So the ascendant descendant mid heaven and icier still the same. But now there's been a major shift in terms of the intermediate houses such as the second and third and the fourth and fifth which suddenly things are becoming a lot less sort of evenly distributed and a lot less proportional in some sense so. The second house cusp now is at fifteen degrees of german. I and the third house is at five cancer and the fifth house cost is at seven. Leo and the house cusp visit eight virgo. So that's a pretty major shift from thinking the previous one. In algebra kabila's the fifth house. Cosmas at like twenty three leo so shifted. It's jumped all the way to seven and the Six house cost was at twenty nine virgo. And that's jumped all the way to eight virgo at this point so that's a pretty huge shift. Yeah and this is the this kind of configuration is typical of components. You almost can identify a combined with chart when you see this the the hug so the and the nines as well as the third and the fourth are very small and usually have a huge twelve house huge first house and as well seven in the success usually the case the big big difference in terms of division. Yeah okay so now we start to see how some of these astronomical.
The Astrology Podcast
"five cancers" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast
"See How we apply that or or how. Some of those references work than in terms of the different forms of house. Division okay so we were talking about the equator in how the equator was differently slanted at depending on your latitude as we just saw in selenium and of course the ecliptic will be at a certain point and this is a given point in time it's going to have that twenty three and a half degrees deviation from the equator And then we can Here it is aries and Libro the points zero arizo leaper the points where where the ecliptic and the equator intercept as we discussed before. And then the belt this'll diabolical belt which is the area where the planets move so because they will not move exactly on top of the ecliptic they can be a bit north of itself that's the zodiacal latitude So you draw zodiac has about to account for that a slight difference that they can have from dr time right okay so what we are going to do and now we're going finally to explanation of how great right you're going. We're taking swift. I'm getting so we're only two hours and five minutes of the episode. so we're doing. We're making progress. I think they can do count the complexity so here we are now everything in one diagram. That's why it's difficult to represent south. How he had the spatial coordinates of the meridian. The prime vertical as well as the celestial references of the equator and zodiac. And now what are we going to do. Going to slice this through the meridian because it's easy to represent this in two d. Three d will be complicated. So we're going to have our observer meridian and east this is like we are outside the universe and we're looking at the east point so he we have the meridian south north east. Because we we're looking from that position and then we have dividing this in half the prime vertical and it is from this that we define things and we have the equator. Let's say at the given latitude. The slush equator and then at the given point we have the ecliptic the ascendant the madhavan and the young see where the ecliptic intersects the meridian. So one okay. This is again the five degree example. Toro's that i bought pulled up early. So how are we going to divide this and this is the the problem so let's begin. Oh here's zero aries and let's go to whole sign so we'd all sign we're doing a division Ah structuring of the of the houses according to signs taking into account the ascending degree. So it's quite the straightforward division. We wouldn't need Such a complex representation. So let's consider signs. Let's consider the divisions between the poles of Like the size were. The signs were slices in the knowledge. You know. Twelve divided orange in and he off all you need to do is establish what the degree of the zodiac is arising over the eastern horizon. Once you do that then you can establish the entire house system for whole sign houses. Exactly so here. It is so the third thousand cancer the second gemini the for stores where the senators the twelfth will be aries. eleventh pisces. the tenth would be aquarius and we could see here stealing the projects in a little bit of the nine. Cause if we if you recall that the dnc was at twenty degrees capricorn. Which would be the whole sign ninth right. So i liked your analogy. It's like it's like slices of an orange. Basically the whole sign approach since it uses the signs as the houses. They're all exactly thirty degrees each. Okay so that's pretty straightforward that's whole side the whole sign then so here it is. What observing and here. We are so we have five degrees of taurus rising at the east so the whole part of the houses five degrees up from the from the from the from horizon. Because you're considering the entire signed if it was twenty nine the whole almost the entirety of the sign would-be above the arising. And here. we can see the discrepancy between the ninety degrees at zero aquarius. And then the the meridian degree at twenty capricorn so riot soon the system since it's anchored on the ascendant and all of the houses are just measured relative to the ascendant a relative to the rising sign the mid heaven or the meridian. Just floats around the top half of the chart and becomes a like a degree or a sensitive point rather than the starting point for the tenth house because in whole sign houses the ten thousand always just the tenth sign relative to the rising side. Exactly okay okay. Let's go some next one on our list. Equal houses which sometimes in mathematical books. It's called the single longitude method. And this means that. It's only considered one longitude. Which is the ascendant not to And not the mid heaven again but here it is different because let's establish these small points are done the signs the signs. So what this will do is considered the ascend is going to repeat the ascendant degree with increment at thirty degrees until it reaches again the ascending degree. So here all cusps will be five at five degree of of the given signs of five dollars. Five damn nine five cancer et cetera. Right so if you once. You've established the exact degree of the ascendance. A whole sign. We just had to establish the sign that was rising with Equal houses we established the degree of the ascendant and then we measure out and thirty degree increments from there to establish the other house cusps. So it's going to be divided again through the north pole. They clip the but inside the dividing food. The the exact divisions of the signs. You're going to divide it by the degree of the ecliptic which is in in this case in this example five degrees and you have the house is again. Yeah here we are again. You have a little bit of the nine th house there as going to see in the diagram. All cops are at five degrees. So in this case the difference between the beginning of the house and the meridian a little larger than it was in the whole sign because of that's five degree offset right so th. The ascendant is at five degrees of torres. Nickel houses then. Entire first house extends downwards until five gemini and the second houses from five gemini five cancer and the third houses from five cancer. Two five leo.
Anne Ortelee Weekly Weather Astrology
"five cancers" Discussed on Anne Ortelee Weekly Weather Astrology
"Even though the first part of the week it might be a little more emotional mercury this week flying along going from ten cancer twenty-five cancer. Oh look at mercury that little. Trickster going fifteen degrees. It's like three degrees a day so he is really busy. That's why it's gonna feel like emotional communications communications communications a little here little. They're kinda bouncing around as he zips along And he you know. He has a number because he's in cancer. He's going to change his moods every time. The moon changes so. We're going to feel him shift from scorpio capricorn. Aquarius through the end of the week. And you know his emotional. He's emotional which he did not real thrilled with but he also is. You know he's okay with He's okay with a capricorn. Mercury is very precise down to earth. And he's okay with the aquarius mercury because there's a lot of energy around groups The saj mercury. He tends to get a little trouble with his direct mouth but he does run from ten to twenty five. So he's basically triggering every planet in your chart from ten to twenty five. His highlights this week trying to neptune which is on the twenty fourth which saturday so that's kind of emotional and his opposition to pluto on the twenty fifth which is next sunday Venus this week as going from twenty five leo to to virgo. So she's twenty five she finished up her in conjunction with pluto Last night the finger of god last night finished up with her and then she's going forward. She does enter virgo on the twenty second at eight thirty six pm and then she'll be in virgo until august but once she goes into virgo she goes into the sign of detriment. So she's not gonna feel so gussied up anymore with leo. She's going to feel like. I got work to do things to get accomplished. We do have her squaring series so there can be an argument or a fight with her on mondays..
The Dirty Bits
"five cancers" Discussed on The Dirty Bits
"And humor to cope with grief trauma and loss. We hope that you can find some relief today with a few laps before we get started. I'd also like to thank our patrons. Liz moya to corus stevenson fields. Sarah long and trenton bennett for their support on patriots on we couldn't produce the show without you today. My guest is ben wasserman and alternative. Stand up comedian. Based in new york who has performed in the brooklyn comedy festival laughing double festival and the new york philly and burlington fringe festivals. His work has also appeared vice in vulture but you may recognize him vast from when he painted with his but on mtv. Ben thank you so much for coming on the show to chat with me today. Thank you for having me tawny. After my husband died. I was frantically googling grief plus comedians. Because i was like. There's no way i'm the only person making jokes to cope and i found an article about these jokes. You are posting after your dad passed away and one of my favorite ones was. It was daylight savings time and you went. Oh great i. I lose my dad now. I lose an hour. It's like oh this guy gets it. Yeah you know it's just like when you're in the middle of everything does up coming back to dissect that shitty sense of loss in grief so mostly it was just like okay. Everyone's talking about daylight savings time tonight. I'm going to do that too but also remind you that i am. Grieving can relate to that so my dad had stage five cancer for lung cancer for a bunch of years. It was kinda just like one of those things that happens towards the end where one thing after another in body is kinda started breaking down and turning against him in then. Yeah on inauguration day twenty seventeen like twelve hours before trump took the oath of office. I got a call from dr stanley. Hey your dad's dead. And then yeah i guess i you know you lose someone. It's all you can think about. I was still planning to do like. I took like a few weeks from doing stuff. But i had a weekly show i was hosting and it made no sense for me. I tried to like not talk about it at first. Because i was like hosting. And you're like you gotta be the bell of the ball and fund vibes and like good times and then at the end. But i was wearing a shirt that said my dad died the day trump took office or whatever At the end. I was like thanks for coming out. Just gotta also own up to the fact that my dad is dead. And i needed this and thank you or whatever but then like the next week. I was like okay. I still can't not talk about this now. So i just incorporated it in turned grief into different bits. I guess it was all i could do. That was my very similar experience. Was i didn't want to talk about anything else in. I think you know. I always feel kind of goofy saying like as artists. You know because we make dumb ass jokes on stage but as artists. I think it's kind of impossible not to incorporate our lives into our work. Would you agree. Yes i mean. I think generally life seeps in to whatever you're doing anyway but like especially with i don't know losses just so while death is such an kind of experience and unreal and like overwhelming and just like complete. It's like everything just gets bound up in it. So if it didn't seep in than i'd be like well are you a robot or something you know. I think that if people haven't experienced that. Because from what i can tell. A lot of people are often surprised when we want to talk about it when it does just kind of pop up everywhere with us. That lost that grief. I don't know that you really get it until you go through it. I know that was the case for me. It was the case for you as well. Yeah i think so. I mean like it is unfed like losses unfathomable. How would actually feels until you're in it. I mean there's like comparable stuff. I guess but i know i also had people chose like when i was like exclusively doing that steph. They'd be like oh. That was great. I know what you're going through. I just lost my uncle. Or whatever. And i'd be like that's not the same fucking thing like you're not talking to your uncle or like i just lost my grandfather in. It's like that's what grandfather's do they. They go like. It just feels so unrelated lake. I will never be able to experience what you're experiencing. You won't experience how i experienced it because it's such like a personal kind of thing but just like hearing about it or whatever. It's like so not approachable. I think like you can connect with people and you can try it. Like give a peak can explain how it feels and show how it feels or whatever but like there won't be fully understood in integrated or whatever unless they've also lusk would you say they you were using your comedy to cope with the loss or did it just kind of end up being incorporated because it was on your mind probably both i Probably both i dunno controversial. But i think it is bad to us. I guess comedies specifically. But i don't think comedy can be a replacement for therapy right. Yeah those i think some people do use that like like i don't. It can be a coping mechanism but not the coping mechanism. I don't know i think inherently yes. I was doing it to cope. But that's also partly because it was like everything that i was doing. Part of the copay rate like my existence that point was defined by trying to cope. So yeah i think it helped with coping. It was part of coping. Don't know if i explicitly with like here's my outlet. 'cause like very comfortable just like talking to friends for three hours crying at them about stuff so like i had other outlets but it would be stupid to say that. It wasn't part of the coping. That's interesting 'cause. I do talk to a lot of other comedians. And they have expressed like yeah. Humor has been a coping mechanism my entire life. And i know that i have really spoken to many people who don't agree with you with that. You know it cannot replace therapy. It's a tool in the toolbox. You need therapy right..
Newsradio 970 WFLA
"five cancers" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Need to necessarily, uh Have weapons. Uh, You know, every time they they're making a traffic stop community efforts to reimagine policing to reimagine policing. All right, joining us now. He's actually the only honest media observer in the press today, and man doesn't mean he always agrees with me. As a matter of fact, he doesn't but he's the only one that's not part of the cult of the Blue checkmark Media Mob Twitter Brigade. Jo Konta. You deserve your own show. I mean it on Fox. I hope you get it. Um, Anyway, glad you're with us, Joe. So Jen Psaki is lying. There's a headline in the hill, Jen Psaki professional gas lighter on defunding the police. I don't even think most people know what gaslighting is, do you? It's flying right? It's an elaborate lie that it's so creative. It's like Gaslight. I don't know what the term comes from exactly in terms of its genesis, but it basically means lying. And in this case, it's very simple. To disprove this in The Washington Post, actually did a fact check on sake in saying that Republicans are responsible for defunding the police and she got three Pinocchios. It's kind of like cancer. It's like a stage three of cancer. There is no stage five cancer. There is no fifth Pinocchio. Somebody get three Pinocchios. That's pretty bad there. Even they're calling her out on this. But look, all I did was I went back and looked at Three of Joe Biden's biggest speeches of his life. Okay. The first one was at the Democratic National Convention last year and during that, which was watched by something like 27 million people, he doesn't mention the word, even the word police or crime once. Then you look at his inauguration address, which was watched by something around 40 million people, and he doesn't mention police or crime even once. Then his state of the union, which is called the joint session to Congress. And when you're president in your first year, he does say the word police once but only to say that we need police reform in the name of George Floyd. He does say the word crime three times, but he's actually talking about hate crimes, not about actually reducing crime or fighting crime. So when Jen Psaki says Joe Biden ran on fighting crime being a law and order candidate. I believe that was the other guy who got the 74 million votes. Who was the law and order candidate. And certainly not Joe Biden, who wanted to to your montages point, reimagine what policing means? In other words, that means reallocate funds away from the police. So the police can't actually have the tools. They need to fight crime. And then, Sean, By the way, there aren't a lot of police left. Resignations are up 45% this year. That is a number we've never seen before Retirement 19% because the media portrays cops over and over again as the bad guys as racist. And if you keep getting your throat stepped on by the media, five Democrats being told that no You are the bad guy, you say, you know what? Screw it. I'll take my tension and I'll get out of here because I want to be a little bit. Appreciate it. If I'm going to do this job, I'm putting my life on the line every day, and it's just not happening. And it's being led by. Unfortunately, the media that is in lockstep now with Democrats in terms of talking points, they never wanted to call it riots. I mean, one of my favorite things to play, not really favorite. It just one of the things that I think, just expose the corruption of the media mob is Mostly peaceful protests, and then we have a still shot of both a CNN fake news reporter with a city in the background burning to the ground. That was the image mostly peaceful. That's the message I'm like, Okay is the there seems to be a synapse collapse within the mind of this reporter. Because what I see on the screen is very different. What that person is saying the same with Remember the chop. Chaz. Summer of Love, Spaghetti Potluck dinners own autonomous zone. Yeah, it was sort of like an MSD NC reporters saying, Yeah, this is mostly peaceful in here and the people that are actually taking over city blocks say no, it's not You know, and and the reporters scared out of their mind, right? And the thing is, you see these images, right? You see an MSNBC reporter saying that these are mostly peaceful protests and behind him. It looks like the closing scene. A die hard but the Nakatomi Plaza completely on fire, and you see the stats right billions of dollars. In damage You see across the country, these crime stats which blow my mind in New York, you have murders up nearly 50% from free pandemic. 2019 Atlanta 60% Portland Up 800%. How's that even possible? 800%. You mentioned Seattle before the summer of love the city of chopped They're seeing their highest homicide rate in nearly 26 years overall last weekend, right supposed to be Independence Day celebrations, it was more like the Civil War, Sean. We had nearly 250 people shot and killed in this country more than 400 shootings, and I turned on the evening news thinking Well, that's going to be the lead story right now. Of course it isn't. It's something else that people Don't aren't impacted by like they are crime, And that's why we're seeing Joe Biden. Even Joe Biden. Even with favorable polling and favorable media, he only gets something like 38% approval, and I got to meet these 38%. Sometimes we have to go bowling with these people who say that he's doing a good job on fighting crime. That means that the rest of the people that were polled in that thinks he's doing a very bad job. In terms of fighting crime, and you look at the border as well. 57% of Americans, You saw the Trafalgar Convention of States polls don't even think this guy is running the show. I quick break more Joe Concha on the other side, Then we'll get to your calls Will look at New York crime over the holiday weekend. And why is the media ignoring the Republican candidate for mayor in New York? It's well, abusively biased, quick answer. We'll update that race and more 809 41 Sean, our number will get to your calls coming up as well. I want to first remind you most people, Their biggest investment is their home. I'll pound 2 50 on your cell keyword leaf filter or go to their website tried. Tr y lee filter dot com. Let's try leave filter dot com. Protect.
News Radio 920 AM
"five cancers" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Defund our police departments. And I know people don't want to hear or we don't want to talk about defunding, rethinking and re imagining policing. I don't believe that. Officers need to necessarily Have weapons. Uh, you know, every time they they're making a traffic stop community efforts to reimagine policing to reimagine policing. All right, joining us now He's actually the only honest media observer in the press today, and man doesn't mean he always agrees with me. As a matter of fact, he doesn't but is the only one that's not part of the cult of the Blue checkmark Media Mob Twitter Brigade. Jo Konta. You deserve your own show. I mean it on Fox. I hope you get it. Um, Anyway, glad you're with us, Joe. So Jen Psaki is lying. There's a headline in the hill, Jen Psaki professional gas lighter on defunding the police. I don't even think most people know what gaslighting is, do you? It's flying right? It's an elaborate lie that it's so creative. It's like Gaslight. I don't know what the term comes from exactly in terms of its genesis, but it basically means lying. And in this case, it's very simple. To disprove this in The Washington Post, actually did a fact check on sake and saying that Republicans are responsible for defunding the police and she got three Pinocchios. It's kind of like cancer. It's like a stage three of cancer. There is no stage five cancer. There is no fifth Pinocchio. So when you get three Pinocchios, that's pretty bad there. Even they're calling her out on this. But look, all I did was I went back and looked at three. Of Joe Biden's biggest speeches of his life. Okay. The first one was at the Democratic National Convention last year and during that, which was watched by something like 27 million people, he doesn't mention the word, even the word police or crime once. Then you look at his inauguration address, which was watched by something around 40 million people, and he doesn't mention police or crime. Even once then his state of the union, which is called the Joint Session to Congress. And when you're president in your first year, he does say the word police ones, but only to say that we need police reform in the name of George Floyd. He does say the word crime three times, but he's actually talking about hate crimes, not about actually reducing crime or fighting crime. So when Jen Psaki says Joe Biden ran on fighting crime Being a law and order candidate. I believe that was the other guy who got the 74 million votes. Who was the law and order candidate. And certainly not Joe Biden, who wanted to to your montages point, reimagine what policing means? What? In other words, That means reallocate funds away from the police. So the police can't actually have the tools they need to fight crime. And then, Sean, By the way, there aren't a lot of police left. Resignations are 45% this year? That is a number we've never seen before Retirement 19% because the media portrays cops over and over again as the bad guys as racist. And if you keep getting your throat stepped on by the media, five Democrats being told that no, you are the bad guy. You say. You know what? Screw it. I'll take my attention and I'll get out of here because I want to be a little bit. Appreciate it. If I'm going to do this job, I'm putting my life on the line every day. And it's just not happening, And it's being led by. Unfortunately, the media that is in lockstep now with Democrats in terms of talking points, they never wanted to call it riots. I mean, one of my favorite things to play, not really favorite. It's just one of the things that I think just exposed. The corruption of the media mob is mostly peaceful protests. And then we have a still shot of both the CNN fake news reporter with a city in the background burning to the ground. That was the image mostly peaceful. That's the message I'm like. Okay, this is the there seems to be, uh, a synapse collapse within the mind of this reporter. Because what I see on the screen is very different. What that person is saying the same with Remember the Chop Chaz, Summer of Love, Spaghetti Potluck Dinners own autonomous zone. Yes, it was sort of like an MSD NC reporters saying. This is mostly peaceful in here and the people that are actually taking over city blocks say No, It's not, you know, and the reporters scared out of their mind, right? And the thing is, you see these images, right? You see an MSNBC reporter saying that these are mostly peaceful protests and behind him. It looks like the closing scene. A die hard but the Nakatomi Plaza completely on fire, and you see the stats right billions of dollars. In damage You see across the country Use crime stats, which blow my mind in New York. You have murders up nearly 50% from free pandemic. 2019 Atlanta 60% Portland Up 800%. How's that even possible? 800%. You mentioned Seattle before the summer of love the city of chopped they're seeing their highest homicide rates. Nearly 26 years overall last weekend, right supposed to be Independence Day celebrations. It was more like the Civil War, Sean. We had nearly 250 people shot and killed in this country more than 400 shootings, and I turned on the evening news thinking Well, that's going to be the lead story right now. Of course it isn't. It's something else that people don't aren't impacted by like they are crime. And that's why we're seeing Joe Biden. Even Joe Biden. Even with favorable polling in favorable media, he only gets something like 38% approval, and I got to meet these 38% Some Time. We have to go bowling with these people who say that he's doing a good job on fighting crime. That means that the rest of the people that were polled in that thinks he's doing a very bad job in terms of fighting crime, and you look at the border as well. 57% of Americans, you saw the Trafalgar Convention of States polls don't even think this guy is running the show. I quick break more Jo Konta on the other side, then we'll get to your calls will look at New York crime over the holiday weekend. And why is the media ignoring the Republican candidate for mayor in New York? It's well abusively biased. Quick answer Will update that race and more 809 41 Sean, our number will get to your calls coming up as well. I want to first remind you of most people, Their biggest investment is their home. I'll pound 2 50 initial keyword Lee filter or go to their website tried. Tr y lee filter dot com. Let's try leave filtered dot com. Protect your biggest investment your home. Exposing terrorism and supporting America's freedom, Sean and it is on right now. NewsRadio 9 21 47 after.
The Sean Hannity Show
"five cancers" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"Get my own copy of it but anyway it's when when you see the difference and this is the question i asked the riley so let me get this straight. You got hunter biden. Biza gun lies on a gun. Application puts the gun in a dumpster and gets away with it. No problem now. We know. Joe biden three separate times tonight ever talking to hunter about his farm business dealings but we actually have pictures of joe biden as vice president meeting with hunter and those foreign business partners in restaurants and crickets from the from the media mob. You know now. What if it was a trump or at one of the trump kids getting a one point five billion dollar deal with the bank of china with chinese military ties or chinese national taking one of the trump kids on one hundred thousand dollar shopping spree or one of the trump kids. Getting three point. Five million dollars from a russian oligarch the former first lady of moscow or a bank transfer for an expensive sports car from an oligarchy in kazakhstan. Then of course the whole barista you know energy and hunter admitting at no experience in anything to do with energy oil gas coal anything or or even ukraine. And joe leveraging a billion dollars all which we've talked about you know we've got literally legalized corruption. You know it's if you're a biden you get a pass. If you're a trump he get the book thrown at you now. We know that. Joe biden met with hunters. Farm business partners. He lied to us. Why does the media care about that. Why how is that even possible that they don't care about that you know as anyone examined the first brother jimmy biden because that's also in there now we got. We got hunter complaining that he's paying daddy cell phone bills and his other bills. Oh the big guy is tony bob. Alinsky says got paid a lot of money. Nobody says a word you know. And then you go to the mob and the media then you you look. At the way they treated kaley mcenaney. Sean spicer and sarah sanders to the way they treat circle back. Jen psaki you know. Jen sakis literally telling fox news. Peter doocy that defunding. The police is the republicans plan. Okay we all know. That's a lie. We watched last summer than joe biden. Never mentioned the riots that were going on all summer long. Kamala harris was was advertising for a bail fund for people arrested during the riots. Minneapolis and not held accountable now. Now they're trying to tell you the media won't correct them that in fact it's republicans that want to defend the police. Listen to this exchange. And i will note that while the president ran on and won the most votes of any candidate history a platform of boosting funding for law enforcement after republicans spent decades trying to cut the cops program. Which again is public record. We don't need to Under under Undervalue the the intelligence of the american people The president ran on increasing that funding. It's in his budget. It was in president. Trump's budget he significantly cut that so. That's a change and the american rescue plan had a great deal of funding for local and state authorities. Something that can support funding for local police in communities across the country. Something many of us doesn't require me telling you names of individuals who oppose the american rescue plant. Every republican oppose the american rescue plan. And i don't have time to read out all their names today. Now we can play that and butted up against remember all the talk about de-fund dismantle. The police remember all that relaxing. You need is an apartment. Humvee coming into a neighborhood it's like the military invading know. Anybody could become the enemy. There's supposed to be detecting. These people folks are long force. Share the goals reimagining police. We have confused the the idea that to achieve safety. You put more cops on the street re imagining policing in the twenty first century my push is that we defend our police department and i know people don't wanna hear. Oh we don't want to talk about defunding rethinking and reimagining policing. I don't believe that officers need to necessarily have weapons. You know every time they. They're they're making the traffic. Stop community efforts to reimagined policing to re imagine. Police are joining us now. He's actually the only honest media observer in the press today and it doesn't mean he always agrees with me as a matter of fact he doesn't but he's the only one that's not part of the the cult of of the blue checkmark media mob twitter brigade joe. Contra you deserve your own show. I mean it on fox. I hope you get it anyway. Glad you're with us. Joe so jen sakis. Lying is a headline in the hill. Jen psaki professional gas lighter on defunding. The police. I don't even think most people know gas lighting is too. It's like right. It's it's an elaborate. Lie that that it's so creative. It's like gaslight. I don't know what the term comes from exactly in terms of its genesis but it basically means lying and in this case. It's it's very simple to this. Prove this in the washington post actually did a fact check on sake in saying that. Republicans are responsible for defending the police. She got three tokyo's It's kind of like cancer. It's like a stage three of cancer. There is no stage five cancer. There is no v. Pinocchio somebody gets pinocchio. That's pretty bad there. Even they're calling her out on this. But look all i did was. I went back and looked at three of joe. Biden's biggest speeches of his life. Okay the first one was at the democratic national convention last year and during that which was watched by something like twenty seven million people. He doesn't mention the word even the word police or crime once then. You look at his inauguration address which was watched by something around forty million people and he doesn't mention police or crime even once then his state of the union which is called the joint session to congress. When you're a president in your first year he does say the word police wants but only to say that we need police reform in the name of george floyd. He does say the word crime three times. But he's actually talking about hate crimes not about actually reducing crime or fighting crime so in jen psaki says joe biden ran on fighting crime being a law and order candidate. I believe that was the other guy who got the seventy four million votes who was the law and order candidate and certainly not joe biden. Who wanted to to your montages point. Reimagined what policing means in other words that means reallocate funds away from the police so then police can't actually have the tools they need to fight crime. And then sean. By the way there aren't a lot of police left. Resignations are forty five percent this year. That is a number. We've never seen before retirement nineteen percent because the media portrays cops over and over again as the bad guys as racist at if you keep getting your throat stepped on by the media by democrats being told that no you are the bad guy you say you know what screw it. I'll take my pension. And i'll get outta here because i want to be a little bit appreciated if i'm going to do this job where i'm putting my life on the line every day and it's just not happening and it's being led by unfortunately the media that is in lockstep now democrats in terms of talking points. They never wanted to call it riots. I mean one of my favorite things to play not really favourite. Just one of the things that i think just expose. The corruption of the media mob is mostly peaceful protests. And then we have a still shot of both the cnn fake news reporter with a city in the background burning to the ground. That was the image mostly peaceful. That's the message. mike okay. This the seems to be A synapse collapse within the mind of this reporter. Because what i see on the screen is very different. What that person is saying the same with remember the chop chaz summer of love spaghetti. Potluck dinners zone autonomous zone. Yeah it was sort of like an ms dnc reporter saying this mostly peaceful in here and the people that are actually taking over city blocks. No it's not. The.
Health Hats, the Podcast
"five cancers" Discussed on Health Hats, the Podcast
"David born fellow podcasting fellowship graduate introduced me to the tom. Offs terry bill ryan and olympia. Terry tom off wrote a book. The focused fight you can see details in the show notes. It's a story about hope. And survival of one ordinary family and their community of support to bring a two year old through five cancers over twenty years three times leukemia and twice adult tongue cancer. The compelling story brings a fresh voice on strength resilience and coping strategies during an extraordinary medical journey. I read the focused fight. Call terry and frankly. I felt reluctant to use my podcasts. To hawk her book make no mistake. The book is gripping well written unusual and informative read it. I highly recommend you read it but read the book. A conversation about the book would be a pale replica of buying so as we spoke memories of my first childbirth. experience flashback. Major health issues are a family affair. The patient is the star but the supporting characters are patients to. I found that a story to reveal the supporting cast would add to the book in these episodes sister. Olivia and the supported families and communities. They are the stars. Let's start with the tom offs themselves. Hi my name. Is lydia tomoe. It's nice to meet you. If i am giving additional information about myself if i would say i live in washington dc. I went to james madison university. And yeah okay. Great so your your claim to fame as far as famous to me is that you're the sister of a brother who has had many go rounds with cancer. I'm just really curious about your first memory of that. My first memory of ryan with cancer do not have very too many memories from before cancer. I would say some of my first memories are a wooden train. That was on c. Five three at the town that we used to ride in before we would go to his hospital room or being in the clinic with in doing our therapy being very young. And i was for many years but i definitely have memories of in today's age hand. Washing is very important to everyone but that was something that was like knocked into my head from a very young age. Hi my name. Is terry thomas and i am a quilter and now brand new author and i love to travel. I love photography. And i love the color fuchsia color future. Thank you bill bill. Tom off and i've been married coming up on thirty four years next next month and we've had quite a journey together. Lots of joy lots of difficult times but my career and my family or my greatest loves and i have a lot of hobbies like technology and now reading a lot and writing and just enjoy social media enjoy bringing value. There's how oh miami's ryan be here. I appreciate you wishing to myself in my store. Okay and you have quite a story. You're what i think you told me. You're twenty six twenty seven twenty. Six to twenty seven in august were different. That's normal. I delivered via then ryan. How did it come into your consciousness hanging out with other people that this was different. Because when you're a kid when you're that young normal whatever it is you do life as normal and then you comes a point where you start. There's more of other. So i would say that my many of my friends who also had siblings. They hung out with their siblings at home. And i also hung out with ryan at home but i also went to the hospital to hang out with him so i think that's where the differentiator was. They're going back home after school. And i'm going elsewhere so that i could be with my brother or with my family also. So was there ever point where it was like. Oh my god enough already. I wish i was queen for a day and i could wave a magic wand and he was just better and life would be more like what i think my friends life as i would say yes but also because it was from beijing four on in my own life. I didn't know any different so it wasn't other than the reprieves gas from cancer treatment. Obviously he was diagnosed sin in remission and then relapsed so the periods of remission definitely like i hope this just stakes. Because i get to have everyone at home and right right right. There's less back and forth and whatnot. But because i didn't know any different. I don't think that there was a. I hope that you know this. I hope that it didn't happen so many times but it just is what was. What was you've spent a god awful amount of that time in the hospital too much time. Yeah and so now. You're not so that's great. One of the things that that interested me about your story is that it's a family story that even.
Talk with Oliver
"five cancers" Discussed on Talk with Oliver
"It's energy people. We energies basically when they were born not to do me. I absolutely think about because You're an aquarius early. Two very strong. Signs if i do say so but but i don't think any sauce sign is inherently weak. I think that it. Could you get hi. fi brush. No aquarius and low vibrational. Aquarius is That's a bad joe. I don't think i've ever met vibrational. Aquarius i'm sure. I have five. See neither have i. But the the okay. Let's use cancers kostanic great example high-fiving cancers are amazing life in kansas. Are fucking devils on my god so I'm adding into this. The rising and the moon and the sun and the moon just like the store signing the whole escape is islam and aquarius january. Your whatever you are. I'm talking about the rising. On the some say say rinus floating for nausbaum say cheaper turns arson. What if the each of those planets give off a unique energy stronger energy but okay so ten on a charge that yeah if a weekend up that the person's going to new week if it's strong patty i'll bet the person is going to be strong in energy. I mean are you talking about Panics with director sign. They're in or i'm just saying people's brain activity is based on their vibration of their body. Right if got a low vibration. You can't think very quickly you take. Just the tool can workout stuff like me. Quick thinking my brain's very active respond to foolish quickly why high-energy why the planets that were up there. When i was born were given off like three times more energy unless you say about cycle is every once every million years and the other planets the other star signs happen every forty thousand years. He means that minors he's going to be strong gun. Unique than the person's born with those other planets because they happen every forty thousand years of teams will be this energy versus only very few of my energies because they have every millions of years make sense and many say myspace. I've been told about my human design. I know i'm different. But the human design and like the planets on the times have confirmed it. I never understood wild different. It was just potluck. My parents are different but then as the best science behind it i cannot control. My parents have one but because of when they were born if x. When i'm born is coincidence how my whole life as a force against me and right now she is. Aquarius year whatever. That means so. Just imagine my whole life has been. I've had a force against my whole life. Because i shouldn't have been born then. Should it mean for now aka aquaria season. There's an aquarium season. Everything's going my way putting into place. Order things i wanted to seven years ago. It's happening now twenty. It wasn't a season then now is it's interesting to know why i had this force against new nothing but my way. No one like me couldn't do anything right interesting. Yeah i mean. I've definitely feel the age for a really new energy like they say that the age of aquarius is the age of awakening. And for everyone everyone the clintons government control right now right and people piping up trying to gain control over themselves so if that is about you know people being aware they can control their lives and not relying on people who governments whatever then. Yeah absolutely. it's the way can easily coincidence. Seven human beings are fighting makeup to get more power. No is it because the aquarius thing. Who knows quences how it's happening at the same time. Like global pandemic. Everyone's relying on somebody else to live. It's like fuck this saying. I'm going to eat healthy. I'm going to exercise. I'm gonna sleep. Well we're gonna drink. I'm gonna die. I'm gonna live life and relying on something else making good interesting. Yeah yeah. I mean this whole look. Down thing is ridiculous. And the fact that it's a wealth. Transfer base actually had a adverse effect. Because is actually made a lot more people than i won't stop second streams of income and businesses and stuff. So i mean yeah. I mean every time people try to degrade for someone. Which is they're effectively during their trying to and they've passed the bill in new york. No they haven't passed the bill somewhere but they are debating a bill to open camps for people with coronavirus to put them in the camps. And have you seen the bill me. Like hospitals i mean concentration camps. Yeah ok sauce escape. There's no. I know i thought the new york senate website i can show you. I'll give it to you to put on your put cost. Yeah so And then also there's the guide signs have you seen them so it basically lays out the new load order cons and stay one five hundred thousand people to populate the planet and that's it i'm who's this well. The sources are nine by on these scenarios source. Yeah so that know you as well there the storms in georgia. No one knows right. The sun's obviously the palace that be about sabbah's like stones engraved like writing on the thing. Most of the quiz seem really nice and good but then the last one is after a natural disaster occurs keep the population at five hundred thousand and do what it takes to not let it get above that basically. Yeah that's that's that's wild right now. The human human beings on the planet in balancing everything to have a balanced society you have to wipe out a massive portion of humans. Just like his new trees in the forest taking up nutrients and beyond the trees. They grow says some depp wants after guy bastiat the stock of life. I five right that right now. That it only facilitation to survive and save thousands of years time billion. Go down to say three thus. Just thus disci- omar smalls for segment. That person is in a small office. Jesus saying to give people. You're going to have a garage and then you have this like come through feeling in your body thrust of your life. He was correct but architect. Same thing so it's just it's just common sense really that how can you have a fistful. Cows hafa cow every two months when they one year it's gonna be nuthouse house left. I mean so therefore cows or the exactly biggest problem so we. If humans just live more sustainably we wouldn't have to wipe how those people if people went vegan and stopped producing all these cows at fought me paintings which affect the global rooming That would be a good start. And if they did. League like law that we only use recyclable packaging..
In Defense of Plants Podcast
The Challenges of Protecting an Endemic Mint
"All right. Hi sarah johnson. Hello thanks for having me. Yeah we're going to do this a more casual way just because the audience should be pretty familiar with you at this point but for those that aren't or haven't listened to save some of our bonus episodes over patron. How about we start off by telling everyone a little bit about who you are and what it is you do sure. My name is sarah. Johnson and i am currently a recent at master nunca defender and i am a graduate student of rare plant conservation at the university of illinois. Finish campaign pain specifically working through the illinois natural history survey and i studied a rare mint in the panhandle of florida and also do many miscellaneous other cool projects through our natural history survey. I love everything you have going on. It's really interesting work. But what made you want to jump into plants because originally when we first met you a bernard to put it scientifically. Yeah i i always liked a lot of different things. I've gone through many different avenues. In my you know navigations you finding a career. Which i think actually is a good thing to talk about because a lot of people think think there's one way to get to your career or say how did you figure it out. How did you identify what you wanted to do. And honestly the only answer i have. Greed is trying a lot of different things and you know succeeding or failing at a lot of different things When i started undergrad. I had thought that in order to do science i had to do something related to humans being raised in buffalo new york. You know we have five cancer research. Many hospitals in it seemed kind of the natural things do so. I went to school for pre med. I loved my classes especially my anatomy and genetics courses but Took a field course my junior year which took us to the rocky mountains to alpine
"five cancers" Discussed on Mocha Minutes
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"five cancers" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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