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"five hundred micrograms" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon
"Norman mailer wrote an essay on on the psychotic kasich as harbinger of future style and said you know the psychotic is the role role model for the future and like i say i can't even understand what the stuff means or who understands but i didn't think it should be said i thought you know this is the raving of diseased mind and now it's in the bloodstream of the culture <hes> yeah and <hes> <hes> it contaminates a whole culture can sink into madness. You know i mean you know we like to think we're in a terminal phase as of decadence but <hes> <hes> you know the roman emperor hetero gabby lists used to castrate straight his lovers and hurl them out on the front steps of the official residence to be found in the morning by the street sweepers bruce. We have a way to go before we get to those places <hes> but still <hes> maybe it's because of freud and nicci and to <hes> all the bad boys of the nineteenth century or something in but we really have pried open a fairly toxic aspect of ourselves and in the name facing ourselves we <music> <hes> we tend to make ourselves more ill life. I think i've always had trouble with stance this theory about the unconscious and and i can't go to those slide shows with the crazy i can't take thank you know and i don't know what that means about me. Whether it means i'm sensitive or feel threatened by all that stuff but it just seems to me eh unnecessary in the unhelpful yeah that to be true to seek seek balance of that type of slide show too much well when you hear about somebody like salvador road cat who will take you know a room full of jewish women from yonkers and give them five hundred micrograms of l._s._d. And then show auschwitz army armie footage of auschwitz using you know this is my idea of hell. This is exactly what i don't want to get near and and would expect to emerge from severely impaired in my personal <hes> progress. You know just kind of down down. There isn't it. I think it's all there's a lot of uh an impulse in a lot of schools of psychotherapy to rub your nose and i know you represent a school. How do you see that. I don't know what your school's position is on this but do we have to rub our nose in it or we miss it or what's that all about again. I'm not going to school takes nature and you're okay then what i don't want him out. That's what i can't. I can't imagine i can't imagine doing that. Were supposedly again imagine taking a thousand grand villas in this room right that would be to profaning but it isn't you can never insulate yourself from it. I mean i've had trips on about nature that are sort of along the lines of you know the life cycle michael of the alien and was all about the how it was a vision of nature as this thing feeding feeding upon itself and how egg cases were being inserted into tissue and free swimming life stages were attaching according to tissue and pathways were be. I mean it's yuck image and that could come easily out of examining six a six square inches of soil under a redwood tree. It isn't always affirming. It's like there's a balance in your own perception that that if it's thrown off a sunset can drive you into despair. What is the general. I mean there's a lot of expertise expertise in the room. Is it useful for us to go through these darker sides of ourselves. Do we feel better afterwards kids or does bringing it to the surface. Bring should shits on the surface must be my german heritage. I'd i like to go into those live to discover to start sites of my fall river. Yes i liked to really wrap my nose into chest because because usually if something is part of me doesn't touch me you know so if something touches me. I like to go to the road and what is there when you get there. I mean what what's the experience in other words of instead of saying. Oh no not that my god saying oh great a chance to understand more about myself and russian yeah. What do you find when you get in..
"five hundred micrograms" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"A tragic day. The West Point community are United States army US military academy superintendent, Lieutenant General, Daryl Williams said he did not know the details of the accident, which happened just before seven AM, but said the terrain was hilly and wooded one cadet died hours after being taken to the hospital, the injuries suffered by the others were not life threatening Aaron Katersky, ABC news, New York. In other news, this week, the debate over gun violence was reignited by last week's deadly mass shooting in Virginia Beach Virginia in the aftermath of the attack that left twelve dead. Governor Ralph Northam as a call for action ordering state lawmakers into special session to take up the thorny issue of gun control, I will be asking for votes and Lawal's not thought and prayer tall. Order most gun control education has been turned away by the Virginia legislature, including measures that would allow local governments to ban weapons in public buildings. But north of Mr. Termine to shine a bright light on gun control opponents, if we can save one life because we acted now it is. Worth Pete combs, ABC news in Florida. Former sheriff's deputy accused of neglecting, his duties during the parkland school shooting massacre was hauled before a judge to face criminal charges ABC's, Victor oquendo, traveled to parkland and filed this report, I will call Scott Peterson. Disgraced former school resource officers, Scott Peterson in handcuffs, appearing before a Florida judge facing charges of child neglect, culpable negligence, and perjury. After a state investigation Bill. Peterson did absolutely nothing to mitigate the Cornish at Marjory, stoneman Douglas high school. Well, nNcholas crews allegedly shot his way through the building. Former Broward sheriff's deputy headed toward the building, but stayed outside a seventeen students and stuff. We're massacre inside seventeen others wounded. His attorney says Mr. Peterson was not criminally negligent in his actions as no police officer has ever been prosecuted for his or her actions in responding to an active shooter incident, what parents of the victims that they are calling the arrest Justice. He was there supposedly to save not only the students the teachers everyone and he did nothing legal experts say convicting a law enforcement officer for what he did not do could be difficult in Minnesota. An ex cop was sentenced Friday for shooting, and killing a woman who called police to report a possible crime outside of her home. Former Minneapolis police officer, Mohammad nor formerly apologizing to the family of Justin Rose check Damon at the sentencing hearing as he stood convicted of third degree murder and second degree manslaughter for the two thousand seventeen shooting death. I did write them a letter while in jail. And now I apologize in person. For taking the life of such a perfect person who is there to them, and so many others. He was sentenced to one hundred and fifty months bind bars equaling about twelve and a half years. He'll get credit for forty one days, served Ryan burrow, ABC news. And Ohio doctor is accused of murdering more than two dozen patients under his care. His attorney says the doctor never intended to kill anyone ABC's Eva pilgrim has more on the case. Dr William Houston, pleading not guilty before a judge the old accused of ordering fatal doses of pain, medication while working as a critical care physician at Mount Carmel health, Amy Pfaff's as mother died under Dr Houston's care after prosecutors say she was given an excessive amount of fat, no five hundred micrograms considered a lethal dose. Her family told the prognosis was grim something. They now question if she were still alive today, and.
"five hundred micrograms" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"The West Point community are United States. Army US military academy superintendent attendant, general, Daryl Williams said he did not know the details of the accident, which happened just before seventy m but said the terrain was hilly and wooded one cadet died hours after being taken to the hospital, the injury suffered by the others were not life threatening Aaron Katersky, ABC news, New York. In other news, this week, the debate over gun violence was reignited by last week's deadly mass shooting in Virginia Beach Virginia in the aftermath of the attack that left twelve dead. Governor Ralph north as issued a call for action ordering state lawmakers into special session to take up the thorny issue of gun control. I will be asking for votes and Lawal's not thoughts and prayers. It's tall order, most gun control has been turned away by the Virginia legislature, including badgers. That would allow local governments to ban weapons in public buildings but north of Mr. Termine to shine a bright light on gun control opponents, if we can save one life because we acted. But now it is worth Pete combs, ABC news in Florida. A former sheriff's deputy accused of neglecting, his duties during the parkland school shooting massacre was hauled before a judge to face criminal charges ABC's, Victor, kendo traveled to parkland and filed this report, I will call Scott Peterson disgraced former school resource officers Scott Peterson in handcuffs appearing before a Florida judge facing charges of child neglect, culpable negligence, and perjury. After a state investigation Peterson did absolutely nothing to mitigate the carnage at Marjory, stoneman Douglas high school. Well, nNcholas crews allegedly shot his way through the building. The former Broward sheriff's deputy heading toward the building. But stayed outside has seventeen students and stuff were massacred inside seventeen others wounded. His attorney says Mr. Peterson was not criminally negligent in his actions as no police officer has ever been prosecuted for his or her actions in responding to an active shooter incident, but parents of the victims he was coward that day or calling the arrest Justice. He was there supposedly to save not only the students the teachers everyone and he did nothing legal experts say convicting a law enforcement officer for what he did not do could be difficult in Minnesota. An ex cop was sentenced Friday for shooting, and killing a woman who called police to report a possible crime outside of her home. Former Minneapolis police officer, Mohammad nor formally apologizing to the family of Justin Reuss, check Damon at the sentencing hearing, as he stood convicted of third degree murder and second degree manslaughter for the 2017 shooting death. I did write them a letter. While in jail. And now I apologize in person. For taking the life of such perfect person was dear to them, and so many others. He was sentenced to one hundred fifty months behind bars equaling about twelve and a half years. He'll get credit for forty one days, served Ryan burrow, ABC news. And Ohio doctor is accused of murdering more than two dozen patients under his care. His attorney says the doctor never intended to kill anyone ABC's even pilgrim has more on the case. Dr William Houston, pleading not guilty before judge the forty three year old accused of ordering fatal doses of pain medication by working as a critical care physician amount. Karma health. Amy Pfaff's as mother died under Dr Houston's care after prosecutors say she was given an excessive amount of feno five hundred micrograms considered a lethal dose. Her family told the prognosis was grim something. They now question if she were still alive today, and.
"five hundred micrograms" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Often KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. You're listening to k an axiom depth long Charles Feldman on Mike Simpson. The army meritorious public service medal. It is one of the highest awards that the department of army can bestow upon the civilian and on Saturday night. The medal will be awarded to actor Vince Vaughn. We will talk with on after the news about his long history of volunteering for American troops. Right now, though it started with an alert from a pharmacist to officials at a hospital in Columbus, Ohio. That's one doctor was prescribing unusually high doses of the opioid fennel. It ended with twenty five murder charges against the doctor William coucil on what is one of the largest murder cases. You know, hios history Gerald Leesburg is an attorney in Columbus, Ohio, whose representing the families of seventeen of the victims. So Gerald, how did this happen? And what are they saying that he did? Well this occurred over a four year period of time, and actually there were thirty five patients, total that received lethal excessive doses of sentinel. The prosecutor has decided to only indict him for the worst of the worst of terms of the amount of the dosages, and as limited indictments to five hundred micrograms or above, so he's indicted him for twenty five thirty five deaths and just for some perspective. The DA has identified any dose of over one hundred fifty micrograms, as being the lethal dose. But this was this was going on for four years. And in the ICU on third shift. And it's important for everybody understand that a doctor simply orders, medications, and the doctor doesn't administer medications. They the order has to go to the pharmacist in the hospital and the pharmacist has to approve it, and then the pharmacist releases the drugs to the nurses, who then administered that the. Drugs. And so there are some serious questions that we have, and we're going to be looking for answers to in civilization on behalf of seventeen families that we represent as to why the nurses and the pharmacists were abiding by these prescriptions. These orders for clearly excessive dosages ephemeral, and nobody was sounding the alarm much earlier the ask you. I mean, we're these patients who had particularly vexing medical problems that perhaps left them in such an unusual amount of pain that maybe the pharmacist in the hospital didn't think it was that unusual. No, the answer to that snow there. There is no justifiable, therapeutic medical traffic, -ation for the dosages of medication that were given and hospital has already acknowledged and admitted that. And Furthermore, many of these patients were already unconscious because of their medical illness and were not in pain when he was giving them these excessive doses, which simply hastened their death. So these were not comfort care measures. This was not misguided compassion. These were intentional killings in our view, and some of the patients were gravely ill, some of them may well have been in the end of life in-depth doorstep. But there were at least five patients at the hospital has acknowledged that our medical experts have determined very well could have survived their illness, or wish that are in the hospital and going home had not been for the intentional overdoses, Joe, Leesburg and attorney in Columbus, Ohio. When KNX. Indepth continues in about five minutes. Vince Vaughn, actor writer, producer and soon the recipient of a US army service mental right now the news, in brief, here's.
"five hundred micrograms" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Enormou- date officials are looking for a possible arsonists in Taunton after several overnight fires czar testimony, the so-called house of horrors, murder trial, a witness says Eric Murray, lie to our kids about who they were ruins and blues game five tonight, Red Sox plank, the royals eight nothing a rare murder in Lexington. And now a husband is facing charges and his wife's death. WBZ TV's Katie brace reports. His son describing his wife Shangcai, his now, accused of fixating her. We spoke with him the day after her body was found wearing hospital close in his arms and hands were covered in cuts and bruises. Prosecutors say those injuries are from a violent struggle. He had with KAI before killing her inside their home shortly after midnight last Thursday. Kyw's friends discovered her body less than a half mile from the house near the high school. Prosecutors say son staged her in an attempt to mislead police, the couple was going through a divorce had told her friends and lawyer, her husband was verbally abusive and controlling there had also been violence son will be in court today a bakery. Brockton looking at a lawsuit, and employee claims he was the victim of discrimination while working at white space to managers are accused of creating a hostile work environment among other things mocking. The man for his speech whites bakery has released a statement denying the employee was ever subjected to. Discrimination. A doctor in Ohio is charged with twenty five counts of murder William, Hugh. Soul is accused of deliberately prescribing overdoses of painkillers to patients who then died, Houston, worked as a critical care physician at Mount Carmel health and Columbus Ohio ABC's, Eva pilgrim spoke with a family member of one of the victim's mother died under Dr Houston's care after prosecutors say she was given an excessive amount of feno five hundred micrograms considered a lethal dose. Her family told the prognosis was grim something. They now question if she were still alive.
"five hundred micrograms" Discussed on WTVN
"It is Joel Riley. Newsradio six ten WTVN a couple of minutes now with Franklin county. Prosecutor Ron O'Brien, Ron this Dr William useful case been in the news for many months. It seems walk me through why does it take so long for you and your staff, and your team to get this case prepared and to bring it to bring it to the point, it is today? Good morning jolt. The reason primarily would be the amount of time necessary to review medical records and talk to medical expert. Witnesses the police with our assistance through grand jury subpoenas acquired in review, and we worked with him and doing it over thirty thousand pages of medical. Records. And that is also something that we typically don't do other than sexual assault cases. And that is a fairly repetitive. Simple process of rape kits and DNA where here we had in the process, educator cells in the police does the same and become familiar with why the person was in the hospital things such as their way past it us outside the hospital. We inside the hospital for medication purposes, and their medical condition and all that factored into what delayed in public as mine, this case going forward. So, so you gather all that information, and now you have your case, I, I think, for a lot of people run the have watched this from the beginning of feel like it's probably a slam dunk. I mean, the numbers of the micrograms. Well in excess of. What you know, normal doctors should prescribe and all those kinds of things. But, I mean, we all know there is no slam dunk case anymore in our Justice system. Well, you out of my mouth troll because we have the heaviest burden known in the law beyond a reasonable doubt unanimously to a jury of twelve and the no matter what the facts are there really is. No slam dunk. What we decided and determined as well as you suggest. If there are minimum levels of this drug Fendt, all that even the manufacturer recommends and the protocol, is fifty two hundred micrograms of Fenton all for purposes of pain medication. And if you need more, you start out of the low level and move up to higher numbers, every case that was contained in the indictment. It was a one shot those of five hundred micrograms or above of no thirteen in cases where a thousand micrograms and. Two of them involved administration of two thousand understand two thousand micrograms of fennel under circumstances where the recommended dose by medical journals. Medical experts is fifty to one hundred. It's a it's an incredible number for sure run. I'm curious to, you know, given the fact that, you know, doctors don't act alone. There are you know there are aids. There are farm assists things like that is this case over once you get a verdict one way or the other on the doctor or will there be other people implicated, and will there be cases against them at the present time and throughout the investigation, we focused on the doctor he is the one who's educated who's more familiar with as an anesthesiologist as well. The uses of drugs, and while others may have had a part in the process. I it didn't start it didn't, and without the doctor. And so we decided early on to treat. The other parties. It may have been involved in the process as witnesses rather than suspects targets or potential defendants. So I don't believe at least based on what we have now any other person AB now Carmo would be charged interesting. Do you have any sense of timeline for this, when they'll be some conclusion? The defense attorney in the cases obviously going to have to look at those thirty thousand pages of medical records and have an expert witness look at that as well. So we will provide that information to him along with a witness list, and what they call discovery. So I would suspect the case would not be heard before the end of the year, maybe January of next year. But of course, that all depends on to whom the case is assigned and hell that judges DACA, looks and what the preparation is necessary for the defense attorney took six months to get our case ready to go forward. So if you say he would need an equal amount of time. That's good barometer. I got you. I got you. I appreciate your willing. To come on and share the details that we know now and we'll double back as events warrant. That's Ron O'Brien Franklin county prosecutor on NewsRadio six ten w here's traffic.
"five hundred micrograms" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Now. Husband is under arrest in connection with his wife's death. WBZ TV's Katie brace with the story. Is. Say somebody. Son, describing his wife Shangcai, his now, accused of fixating her. We spoke with him the day after her body was found he was wearing hospital close in his arms enhancer covered in cuts and bruises. Prosecutors say those injuries are from a violent struggle. He had with KAI before killing her inside their home shortly after midnight last Thursday. Kyw's friends discovered her body less than a half mile from the house near the high school. Prosecutors say son staged her in an attempt to mislead police, the couple was going through a divorce had told her friends and lawyer, her husband was verbally abusive and controlling there had also been violence will be in court today, a bakery in Brockton looking at a lawsuit and employee claims he was the victim of discrimination while working at white bakery, to managers are accused of creating a hostile work environment among other things mocking. The man for his speech whites bakery has released a statement denying the employee was ever subjected to discrimination, a doctor in Ohio. Charged with twenty five counts of murder. William coucil is accused of deliberately prescribing overdoses of painkillers for patients, who then died Yucel worked as a critical care doctor at Mount Carmel health, ABC's, Eva pilgrim spoke with a family member. One of the victims mother died under Dr futile care after prosecutors say she was given an excessive amount of fat, no five hundred micrograms considered a lethal dose. Her family told the prognosis was grim something. They now question if she were still alive.
"five hundred micrograms" Discussed on WTVN
"Ten WTVN. Allison Wyatt, Dr William Yucel was arraigned on twenty five murder charges today in connection to the deaths of multiple patients at Mount Carmel west hospital. He's accused of ordering excessive doses of painkillers for patients, including fennel, and police say those doses were fatal defendant in that capacity administered owner to be administered feno in amounts, exceeding five hundred micrograms that caused the patients to cease breathing and hasten their death hughesville turned himself into police this morning, and a judge set his bond today at one million dollars, he stopped working at the hospital last November, lawmakers say a Bill designed to make amusement rides safer is moving to the Ohio house. The Bill cleared the house, transportation and public safety committee, yesterday, Tyler's law name for Tyler Gerald who was killed when the fireball ride broke apart at the Ohio State fair in two thousand seventeen and as the damage assessments continue after an outbreak. Tornadoes across the state aid organizations continue to help those impacted American Red Cross shelters remain open over a week after tornadoes caused station in the Miami valley. There are three shelters have had a combined. Eight hundred seventy overnight stays as of Tuesday. They are located at Carinthian Baptist church, First Baptist Church of Kettering, Dayton, and Morton middle school in BanDai. Leah casework has also been taking place at those shelters. The Red Cross is also distributed over forty three hundred kids so far, consisting of breaks trash bags tarps and other items to help and cleanup efforts, I'm Sean Gallagher. WTVN sports. It will be a new three point line in college hoops, this upcoming season. The NC double A announced today. The line will move a little more than one foot out to the international standard. Ohio State head coach Chris Holtman says they'll adapt to the changes it's going to be important. Have guys that can shoot the ball and shoot it with range, but I think it's also going to be really important to have guys that can drive gaps and deck the ball because there's going to be more space available. NCWA also says the shot clock will reset to twenty seconds instead of thirty on all offensive rebounds in baseball Indians, right hander. Mike klenge will make a rehab start tomorrow in Columbus as the clippers opened a four game series with the Norfolk tides. The Indians lost another pitcher on Wednesday. Carlos Carrasco will miss an extended period of time with a recently diagnosed blood condition day, two of mandatory minicamp for the Cleveland Browns in Berea Odell Beckham junior has been a heavy presence in Cleveland OB. Jay says he feeds off the confidence of quarterback Baker Mayfield. He really has it's on display always, I know. You, you have to love that about them. I have to get adjusted to the speed because he's, he's got an on. You know he's throwing that ball hard. So just catching them from the first day it was like, wow, this is this is completely different from the central Ohio Honda dealers sports desk. Eric Reaser, NewsRadio six ten WTVN, Allison Wyant dome movies made. Unnecessary. There is no crisis. It's just getting worse day by day. The news John wants to make a deal.
"five hundred micrograms" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Shooting were well past a year, since that one or seventeen kids, unfortunately, lost their lives. But the school security guard is being charged and I'm really torn about that idea of him going to prison for many, many years for failing to engage with the shooter trying to put myself in that situation. It's such an easy one to say his fault. Tis job right man. When you are facing that moment. I don't know when you take the job as being a security officer, you know, that, unfortunately, that yeah. Just like in that moment, maybe in the long run, even if he I don't know I'm sure he regrets, what he I, I don't know. It's a tough aboard of a lawyer come in and talk about the legal case of it, and what they actually have on him. And what the likelihood that he might actually some prison time sing. We'll be listening. All right. This is WGN radio everywhere, streaming live from Chicago. It's news time now is that Mr. Bertrand sitting down. Newsroom. Sorry. Go ahead. Mostly cloudy skies. Seventy eight degrees out O'Hare, a major area, grocer is pulling products from fair oaks farm WGN's Ryan burrow to Alaska releasing a statement, Wednesday afternoon, saying it's removing all fair life products from its shelves after an undercover. Video was made public showing alleged inhumane treatment of animals at fair oaks farm, in northwest, Indiana tool sang it strives to maintain high animal welfare standards across all areas of its business that was WGN's. Ryan burrow, customers of a back of the yards grocery store have been lighting candles and leaving flowers for the owner Francisco Rhonda and his wife, who were victims of a home invasion in Crete Monday. His wife Maria told police, they were put in the trunk of the car, her husband was able to kick out the back seat. So she could get some fresh air. He did not make it out. Police say this appears to be a targeted attack. It description of the suspects has not been released in Ohio doctor has been charged with killing twenty five of his patients with Fenton all. The prosecutor said he has not found anyone anywhere that says five hundred micrograms of Fenton, all is an appropriate. Use of the drug. The doctors lawyer says he didn't intend to kill his patient. Vice president Pence and secretary of state. Mike Pompeo are meeting with Mexican officials at the White House to discuss President Trump's threat to impose tariffs on Mexico, unless they stopped the flow of migrants into the country. Many Republicans oppose the tariff Senator Lindsey Graham says he supports the president says the president has no other choice.
"five hundred micrograms" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"News station. KTAR news ninety two three FM. From ABC news. I'm Scott Goldberg President Trump in Ireland today is standing by his threat to boost tariffs on Mexican goods starting Monday unless that country steps up efforts to halt migration across the southern border, but many lawmakers from his own party are against the move. Here's ABC's Mary Bruce on Capitol Hill. Republicans, I've talked with they're still holding out hope that all of this can be avoided today at the White House, the vice president and secretary of state will be sitting down with Mexican officials to try and hammer something out because it's still not clear. What exactly Mexico needs to do? What steps they need to take to stop as migration. Order to stave off, these tariffs officials at the White House are saying, they don't expect a deal to come out of today's meeting. Also on the hill today, a house hearing on national security, and climate change every country in the world would be impacted by climate change over the next twenty years. That's according to experts testifying Wednesday, Peter chemo of the national intelligence council says rising sea levels from Arctic melting will threaten military bases across the globe. One example of this is the Marshall Islands were both where US bases are expected to be flooded annually by. Hundred forty if the global sea level continues to rise at its current rate. A State Department analyst says climate change will lead to economic damage threats to human health energy security, and food security, and it's already causing droughts, leading to instability overseas. Trevor all ABC news Washington. President Trump FIS to Normandy. France tomorrow for the seventy fifth anniversary of the d day invasion at a ceremony today in Portsmouth England. He and other world leaders signed a proclamation saying they have a shared responsibility to ensure the horrors of World War, Two are not repeated Ohio. Dr William Hughes, more than two dozen murder charges after allegedly giving patients dangerous amounts of fencing ill. The twenty five charges of murder involving patients who died after receiving at least five hundred micrograms of no. During treatment a lawyer for Dr Houston says he did not intend to kill patients Saib's. Ryan burrow..
"five hundred micrograms" Discussed on WTVN
"Thirty-seven max eight aircraft or now grounded. We'll get the latest from Alex stone here in just a couple of minutes to stand by for that. Also, we're gonna talk to Brinson bless ski a little bit later on in the show right about a half an hour from now Odell Beckham junior, obviously is going to be dealing with lake effect. Snow now in Cleveland as he will call Cleveland home NBA Cleveland Browns starting this year for the National Football League. Pretty crazy. What went on with him and how they acquired him. Everybody's saying Dorsey now is people are calling him a genius over this move. So more with him a little bit later on also obviously Josh being a diehard Browns fan. We'll get his thoughts here in just a second. And we're also going to well how about this. How about an update for Dr Houston and just the, you know, the latest, obviously, we've been telling all along talking about this story that has happened with Mount Carmel a new lawsuit emerges we meant to get to this yesterday, but was unable to but Peggy Francis is the latest patient one of three. Who died at the hands of well, according to this the lawsuit at the hands of Dr Hugh, so and it was within a she died within a three hour period of a couple of other people all on the same day. So they filed this wrongful death lawsuit. And they're saying that she was pronounced dead. This is October nights at nine zero five AM that was Peggy. And then Timothy Fitzpatrick who was another patient refusals. He was given a five hundred microgram does offense. All he died at nine ten pm. So you guys that's that's just five minutes after her and the same day. And and then a Beverly shirt singer was also given five hundred micrograms of feno, and that's from orders from Dr Houston. According to this. This is alleged and died and eleven thirty four that night. So within a few hours of each other. There were not one two but three. Three different patients. And in case, you're forgetting the typical dose of Fenton all for palliative care. They're saying would be fifty to one hundred micrograms and each of these they're talking about five hundred plus micrograms offend also that is.
"five hundred micrograms" Discussed on WTVN
"On this. The story the doctor Houston story with Mount Carmel, we've had attorney Jerry Leesburg on with us a couple of different times. They now have filed their fifth lawsuit. And this is just his firm, by the way, fifth lawsuit on behalf of normal. Welsh who was an eighty five year old. She died at Mount Carmel. And this was back in two thousand fifteen she received a four hundred microgram dosage of Fenton all. Followed get this thirteen minutes later, there was a five hundred microgram dosage offense and all. And then she died within twenty minutes of receiving that second one. And you know, they are they named the pharmacist in this. I don't we have actually haven't been talking about the pharmacists and the nurse. And I think he told me in one of the interviews. I believe he said that they asked him to not name any of the other the pharmacist or the nurse any of them involved in this. This one actually is is naming a couple of them. But anyway, she was taken to the hospital. This is the story with her. Now, look some people go she was eighty five eighty five pretty good run. I'd have to say she was taken to the hospital. They found her at home. And then she was brought in for evaluation, she received hydration, and then she had pneumonia. She was admitted to ICU then it says she was stabilized, but then on may third the condition worsened and there was like a heart rhythm thing. Abnormalities and increase confusion, all of these things, and then sepsis is mentioned again here. Now a couple of these different lawsuits. This is interesting because sepsis is named in a couple of different lawsuits that are being that are associated with Leesburg firm. But this is a common denominator among some of these patients and that substances involved as well. And this was after they said, she was actually stabilized. But yeah, then. You know is a it's a drug that helps with pain or whatever. So they gave her four hundred micrograms, which I think see somebody in a weakened state at eighty five years old seems kind of that does seem like a lot especially when we're here in a couple of different times when we brought this up people have called in who were actually in the business, and they talk about ten or fifteen micrograms would be the basically you start with that move forward. You don't do five hundred micrograms. And then a couple of minutes later follow it with another five hundred micrograms dosage offense, also so there is a fifth lawsuit has been filed that's with through Jerry, Leesburg. At least Bergen Valentine's shot.
"five hundred micrograms" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"To five hundred micrograms or more you're sending. Yourself on a journey that might last fourteen hours I mean unless you are given a tranquilizer like, Thorazine to bring you down it could just go, on and? On, and, on so doses immensely important and I think in. My case that the best results were. With the smallest doses where it? Was it could kill you if it, was too high couldn't. It Well I I don't think it would be definitely responsible for Daft but it. Might put, you out of your mind to the point that you know you, could think you could fly while you're standing on the edge of a. Rooftop or the on a cliff or something well you know if you have friends and trusted people, with you who are looking after you and helping, you every? Step, of, the way that I don't think those things happen But you know they say. That a lot of people in Silicon. Valley now are? Microdosing before they go, to work. You, know, Steve Jobs said he had a great, experience with LSD and had helped. Them come up with his inventions and people in. Silicon Valley take very very small, doses of LSD and then maybe go to work and feel that it it's that little boost to the creativity or helping see things some people drink coffee with a caffeine you know what it's whatever your. Pleasure, I guess, well yeah I get it might not be pleasure but it will have an effect let's go to John in oceanside California with us now John go ahead sir Okay I have to use John okay, all right bills dress but us. Military okay nineteen sixty eight let's say I met. Marshall, Jones you know yeah You know sell the Mazda, UCLA hunger? Yourself No I've heard of heard though yeah well to. Huggers but their. Hands tied, behind your, back she'd do, that excuse me Traffic psychology she. Was playing with. The Russian It's like the people that commit suicide by shooting themselves five, times in the head or. Slit their risks and there's no blood. There I am am Gail dress Now what do you mean by that John you are you, are m on Joe no. Big deal you ran it Now Sydney godly I was a student over, the He might have known him. Paul you may have known you did you? Ever meet in an earlier day I not recognizing his voice. And I, don't know his. Name I military you're not okay Background Military right now has a. Shopper let me let me add this to what you're saying since you're bringing out the military aspect of it and it certainly wasn't. Had he's. Right there was a military application to this wasn't. There I want to mention before we run out of time that when this whole thing of counter was exposed, nineteen seventy seven The Senate put together the, Frank church committee which investigated what the CIA had done and they had hearings about it because this was a. Shock to the American public to realize that it had gone on to this extent and that civilians were, were used and that church. Committee resulted. In I don't know if they pronounce it fees. Fees Pfizer it's the foreign intelligence surveillance act which we're hearing a lot about because that was used as a, pretext for Tapping one of Trump's people during the election that foreign. Intelligence surveillance act was passed to try to put, controls, on what the government could do, in terms of invasion of privacy tapping phones and harassing monitoring and manipulating civilians But and that provided certain protections I guess who knows if they really followed them but, then after nine eleven the Patriot Act. That took a kind of priority in. The national intelligence thinking over f. i. essay because now got about twenty seconds left. Was a new, justification for investigating lots. And. Lots of people and that's what we're living with today we don't know how invasive they're being we have no way to know Paul always a pleasure having you on the program, thank you sir and keep in touch okay Blowing, America's, mind dot com is the place to go thank you you got it Paul's websites all linked up at coast.
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"So it's what is it cobalt i forget what it is but yeah there's a big so you see it in all the farms they just dumping it into the feed so yeah yeah it's it's it's so santa kabbalah unusually but it's like cobalt forty five or something is what they would they give them pretty rad yeah yeah you so go yeah no that's a great point because i feel like a lot of people are really misinformed that yeah exactly so i think if you're going to supplement it just to give some numbers because people might want to know okay well do i supplement what do i suffer with santa kabbalah mean is the one that's been most well studied mythical ball i mean is a new form of b twelve are not new form but it's kind of you know got a little bit more it's becoming more popular recently and hydroxy kabbalah mean as well but santa mommy is dirt cheap pennies less than pennies for per dose and i always go by dr michael gregor his recommendations of twenty five hundred micrograms of combined or divided dosing throughout the week so i mean if you hit three hundred micrograms that's totally fine so i would just say you know a thousand micrograms three times a week and your b twelve levels should be fine but you know if you're eating vegan diet for longterm it's always a good idea for anybody not to sell them and eating a vegan diet but obviously to get your blood tested once a year yet that's an important point to get your blood tests and not many people look at look at their blood we're until they're like too far gone exactly you actually get prescribed by a doctor to get some blood testing done and so they can take a look at it because something's off yet but sometimes it's really a good idea they just check and see what you're seeing your levels are especially if you're vegan or thinking about going vegan and like you can see the evidence it's like okay i was here you know my cholesterol was here and then once i went vegan casserole just dropped in now well within the healthy range exactly my total cholesterol is just like you know perfectly healthy so yeah it's something that not many people do know totally what's interesting about the twelve recognitions is that the levels of b twelve they consider to be like normal or in the healthy range heat in north america at least in america the upper level of that range is actually the lowest level of the range in japan so by those by japanese standards you know much of america would be be twelve deficient and interesting i didn't know that i know that yeah well so the rdi's change sort of or at least are not the but the acceptable level and the healthy range can change from country to country even and they want you to have a lot more b twelve than than we do north america into so speaking on supplements and being a holistic nutritionist yeah what what is your view on supplements so yeah i mean it's sometimes it's necessary for you know for us to heal to take certain supplements and then definitely for you know long term health i think b twelve and vitamin d is good for most if you're not living in california you know not all of us are blessed with your son a lot of us live in the northern climates so sort of if you live north of you know i think it's sort of basically the the line of latitude where california stops if you live north of that basically if you.
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"I was curious if your friend who had came on the line he talked about his vivid dreams had taken melatonin because an overdose edge which would be three milligrams five milligrams or ten milligrams can actually caused that situation grams i mean point five point five thanks to wanna do and by the way for folks out there who care having a hard time finding point five the only place i've successfully found it and this is going to sound crazy trader joe's unbelievable your house brand melatonin comes in five hundred micrograms which is a half of a milligram which is perfect for most people so between a half and one and a half milligrams so i had my patients go there and they grab a bottle and it's i don't know it's like ten bucks or something and you know they can take one till two pillars three pills depending upon where they are in their schedule and things like that it's unbelievable there is a caveat here which is higher dosage of melatonin actually are used as contraceptives in europe and believe it or not melatonin is by prescription only in europe so it's not something that just fool around with and by the way please do not give melatonin to your children i can't think of anything worse for a young female developing body then and then at the addition of a contraceptive doesn't make sense to me now there is another caveat which is children who are on the autism spectrum children who are have asked burgers children who were on that kind of neuro behavioral spectrum those children actually do quite well on fairly high dosages of melatonin three and five milligram dosage melatonin so generally speaking if you got a normal as well as just a child it just don't happen to sleep very well melatonins probably not the answer however if you do have a child with these behavioral challenges in neuro cognitive challenges melatonin might actually be a a good a good treatment modality i wonder why balancer or something.
"five hundred micrograms" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Know there there are a lot of other psychoactive plants that i i think back with a smile on my face to the singer donovan in the 1960s who sang a song electrical banana it's gonna be the very next phase the very next craze i don't know if if you remember that song but uh they were talking about running electric current through a banana peel you know eat the inside of the skin it would be like marijuana hi i never tried it i don't know whether work but you know there are a lot of different things people lic toads that have psychedelic properties they skin i think it's all you know it's i guess it's people will experiment with anything but i think it's a shame that the pure uh psychedelic that are best known whether it's lst or masculine or so simon are not legally available as marijuana is becoming available i mean the words psychedelic means it's scary do a lot of people it is scary it is and um and the results are unknown you know but you know i have a friend who took 1 puff of pot once and couldn't handle it you know and he was out of it for a week from one possible fight and other people can take five hundred micrograms of lsd and and uh and and function so it's a very individual thing i think like with any drug and i don't think blind self experimentation is a good thing but why can't there be centers why can't there be trained guides why can't there be um screening tests to of personality tests and to uh understand who might be able to benefit from these things i mean we know that alcoholics can benefit from from them we know that hospice's patients can go out with more peace from this so the the research needs to come back we need a whole new set of standards in the rules were groping with that right now with marijuana it's a huge social experiment going on right now we don't know how it's going to sort down we don't know what the end result is going to be but we do have a major major schism or conflict in this country over the fans that marijuana has becoming legal in half the states and it's still against federal law and what does this due to respect for the.
"five hundred micrograms" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Know there there are a lot of other psychoactive plants that i i think back with a smile on my face to the singer donovan in the 1960s who sang a song electrical banana it's going to be the very next phase the very next craze i don't know if any of you remember that song but uh they were talking about running electric current through a banana peel you know eat the inside of the ski hit it would be like marijuana hi i'd never tried it i don't know whether worked but you know there are a lot of different things people lic codes that have psychadelic properties and their skin i think it's all you know it's i guess his people will experiment with anything but i think it's a shame that the pure uh a psychedelic that are best known whether it's lst or mess glenn or suicide been are not legally available as marijuana is becoming available i mean the word psychedelic means it's scary do a lot of people it is scary it is and uh um and the results are unknown you know but you know i have a friend who took one puff of pot once and couldn't handle it you know and he was out of it for a week from one puff of pot and other people can take five hundred micrograms of lst and and uh and and function so it's a very individual thing i think like with any drug and i don't think blind self experimentation is a good thing but why can't there be centers why can't there'd be trained guides why can't there be um screening tests two of personality tests and to uh understand who might be able to benefit from these things i mean we know that alcoholics can benefit from from them we know that hospice's patients can go out with more peace from this so the the research needs to come back back we need a whole new set of standards in the rules were groping with that right now with marijuana it's a huge social experiment going on right now we don't know how it's going to sort down we don't know what the end result is going to be but we do have a major major schism or conflict.