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Does a Biden Presidency Mean More Money in Your Pocket? - burst 2
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Does a Biden Presidency Mean More Money in Your Pocket? - burst 2
"In minimum wage would be completely nullified. Like if you live in virginia and you double minimum wage to seven dollars and twenty five cents to approximately double the fifteen. The price of everything is not going to double your rent's gonna dot will price a gas knocking double the price per gallon. Milk is going to double. You're going to have more money than you had before the prices will raise a little bit. That's just economics.
"food drug administration" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I radio all across America and around the world 866 90 right eye. He is Eric early and I'm Gerry McNamara. Good morning. Welcome, right. I radio show calmly stream live, Get R and put it on your phone and you can listen when you want Happy Thanksgiving week. Yeah, everybody some positive news over the last couple of hours. AstraZeneca Has announced their efficacy rate at an average of 70%. Wall Street Journal breaks it down. Saying that It was 90% for one dosage and then It was much lower sixties 7% for another dosage are 62% for another dosage, and I said to you turn that break, I said. Hey, I vote for the dosage that I got 90. That's just my vote. But it looks like they'll you know, I don't know exactly. Don't know when the timeline is for them. To hit the market. I'll see if I can find that out anyway. That's being announced here over yet was it ranged from 62 to 90% efficacy, depending on The dosage given according to the Wall Street Journal. Just give me the 90% dosage. Give give. Give me the one. That's better. Well, I have a better chance, please. Yeah, I'll take my risks were the 90 95 94.5%. Exactly. You know, That's which is the great thing, by the way about these competing pharmaceutical companies is that of course, we all wanted to be, you know, in the 90 percentile. There's even going to be some back and forth between the 90. And 94.5 and 95%. But we'll see where we're pans out in the long run. But certainly that is good news. Because if they can affect it, just simply by increasing the dosage. Then we will see. The U. S. Food Drug Administration on Saturday granted emergency authorization for the antibody treatment administered, UH two and later praised by President Trump. Or his co vid 19 Diagnosis..
"food drug administration" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"food drug administration" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront
"If you look at the study carefully, it compared essentially patients who got a higher dose of this convalescent plasma patients who got a lower dose and compared those two. You didn't have a a group of people who did not receive convalescent plasma at all a placebo. So that's what they're saying. We just don't have enough data to is this working? Is it something else patients were given or even the safety questions that you're raising? Tata's important. What are you Dr? Schaffner are you concerned that there was political influence with us? Well the political influence seems to have been widely reported and it certainly looks that way. You know the Food Drug Administration was established to provide safe medications and effective medications but particularly safe ones for the American people and since the beginning of covid in reputation has been tarnished because they've been a number of decisions this regarding convalescent plasmas only the most recent we had the whole Hydroxy Clark, quincy ESCO, and before some release of Syrah logic tests that had not been vetted very carefully leak. This is another agency that needs to restore its reputation because a very large decision is looming regarding that scenes and many of us are very concerned that that also might be influenced by politics. Right, I mean, that's the question. That you raise a great point. Does this a road trust? As we look ahead to a vaccine and the FDA is the one in charge of giving approval for vaccine and we just heard from on now he's saying he would resign if facing the pressure, but he had previously said that he would be willing Sanjay to approve a vaccine. Before it finished face the retrials. All this along very closely in Dr Schaffner is absolutely correct I mean you know what? We're hearing the same thing from our sources. There is this concern. There's concern about the trust now in this agency from many public health officials outside of the federal government and that's obviously a concern I will I will point out and Pamela you know this but you know.
"food drug administration" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Breaking news this hour from townhall dot com. I'm Rhonda Rocky. Top Republicans in Congress expected to meet tomorrow with President Trump on the next Cove in 19 8 package. Administration is stiffening its opposition amore testing money and interjecting other priorities, which could complicate quick passage of any new package. The Food Drug Administration's given emergency approval to Quest diagnostics for a new approach to Corona virus testing, using pooled samples in this approach, several people samples are tested together instead of one by one. A negative result would clear everyone in the batch. A positive result would require each sample to be individually retested, but overall, it speeds up the process. Other potential benefits include stretching lab supplies, reducing costs and expanding testing to millions more Americans who may unknowingly be spreading the virus. Health officials think infected people who aren't showing symptoms are largely responsible for the rising number of cases across the country. Ben Thomas Washington Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson, defending his decision to issue an order Thursday requiring people to wear face masks in public throughout the state. Arkansas's had a surge in Corona virus cases over the past several weeks. He shouldn't be about politics. I'm a Republican governor, Democrat governors have all we've put in mass mandates based upon the circumstances of our state. Maybe sees this week, Hutchison said. The state's rising cases, hospitalizations and deaths show that more needs to be done to combat the virus to spread. He also said adults need to set the right example for the state school Children. Many Of whom will be required to wear masks went in person. Classes resume next month, shaking the tug of the hearts of all European Union leaders. You council President Charles Michelle implored them late Sunday, too. Overcome their fundamental divisions and agree on an unprecedented $2 trillion you budget and Corona Virus Recovery fund. Maura townhall dot com. Relief factor. Effective pain relief. That really, really works. How do I know that? I don't have a script. I don't have talking points. I live it. I've been taking it for a year and 1/2. I had lower back pain issue that had been plaguing me for nine years. Almost a decade. I took really factor for two weeks. Yes, two weeks and my pain was gone and it still gone. That's the experience of Tens of thousands of Americans who are taking really factor right now. Don't take my word for it,.
"food drug administration" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Food drug administration says it's moving quote lightning speed to review data on Kelly adds experimental covert nineteen treatment ram does appear Gilead shares are lower today by one point seven percent Facebook shares rallying after earnings today the company reported results that surpassed expectations Facebook shares up four point six percent on a down day for the rest of the market Tesla now trading lower also after earnings down by three point four percent I'm Charlie pilot that's a Bloomberg business slash all right Charlie thank you so much well let's continue our conversation with doctor Allen the break he is infectious disease epidemiologist and associate professor at Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg school of public health and you just heard Charlie mentioned that that's cool of course supported by Mike Bloomberg the owner of this radio station so Dr lubricate you know one of the questions that I feel like comes up we talked a lot about the the privacy aspect to this but I keep thinking about this notion that we live in a global world and people travel at least in normal times all over the globe how old is this tracing work globally it's one thing for like my little town here in you know that New York suburbs to maybe be able to pull this off but doing this on it at scale seems really hard yeah I mean it's a good question Nixon I think the the they're different tools for different parts of the the pandemic problem the application for contact tracing that that we've been talking about is really about how do we manage the bulk of the forest fire and we're dealing with here and in the US and and if the country we can come together and and use the technology in a way that mark that protects this fundamental human right to privacy is very important in a democracy and that is that is carefully overseen and in a bipartisan way in a non partisan way that the the personal information is used only to protect public health and for no other purpose and and whenever it's possible to be aggregator de identified data to aggregate data to be identified data so that you know individual identity has been compromised I think we have to learn from what other countries have done successfully and and try to do it now seems that places like Hong Kong or Singapore or South Korea have done with with very degrees of success but nonetheless these names used in the power of technology to get a handle on the the pandemic in their countries so how do we stop those strategies to the U. S. is really the critical question at hand two hundred two Dr lubricate if post nine eleven right I feel like there's a lot of information that we've already shared just because of making sure that we're safe when we get on airlines and airplanes and whether it's the global entry or through to TSA so I do wonder if we've already jumped over one hurdle and this is just another one there you know this is the world we're living in and we need to figure out how to be safe on so many different levels is that fair or not apples to apples I I think it's it's a choice that that we have to make individually and collectively I think this kind of access to information or special legal powers that come into play during public health emergencies it's not something that doesn't have president there have been many many academics and and outbreaks of disease in in U. S. history where legal authority have been granted to public health take action and and protect the public health during an emergency so I think it's important to to convey to the public that these measures are largely temporary for for the most part in order for us to be able to control the epidemic and move up into a state of normalcy relative normalcy where we can go about our daily lives without the amount of hearing concerns that have been so dominant over the past four to five weeks so I I think I think you you hit the nail on the head we have to consider how is life going to change permanently and what are some of the emergency temporary measures that we have to take in the country in order for us to get a handle on this virus only about thirty seconds left here how optimistic are you at this moment that we do the right thing I'm I'm actually quite optimistic I think we're impatient yeah we need to be more patient and more optimistic science I am invited to no for the most part ways to to combat this pandemic and we need to be listening to the voice of reason and the voice of science I can I feel better yeah I feel a little better yeah what it's a privacy thing you'll ever spend a little nervous about that I have to say there's part of me that the skeptic in like who do I trust with all this but you know what I feel like so much of our information is unfortunately out there already yeah totally absolutely yes nope that is that's one hundred percent sure all right our thanks to doctor Allen the bricks so smart infectious disease epidemiologist and associate professor at Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg school of public health is also the chair of the world health organization's digital health guidelines development group on the front lines in a different way and in some sense in terms of understanding where we go from here now the next stage I think in terms of dealing with the virus right let's get back to all the national headlines and to Bob moon hike up.
"food drug administration" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries
"Two percent of patients with fatal cases had obesity half the patients with fatal cases were seen in an outpatient setting before hospitalization or death chronic conditions including cardiac and respiratory diseases and mental health conditions. Were common among hospitalized patients with emily. Matthew stanbrook from the University of Toronto writes in an editorial that one of the most enduring thoughts of the Danish theologian and philosopher. Soren Kirkegaard was that life must be lived forward but can really only be understood by looking backward. How true this is of disease outbreaks one. Such outbreak is a volley as this outbreak has lessened in intensity. It is appropriate to take a look backward at volley to see what we have learned the evidence from Werner and colleagues and other reports suggests that we are witnessing more than one syndrome of vaping induced lung disease and acute severe syndrome that affects a large number of e cigarette users and another more subtle syndrome that either affects a much smaller proportion of users or requires a longer time to manifest itself in most users. We will only learn whether the latter is the case going forward but we must address this possibility. Proactively with much more attention and concern. Although the valley crisis now have faded. Millions of e cigarette users still have virtually no protection against the potential harms from the thousands of largely unregulated e cigarette devices and liquids on the market until the Food Drug Administration and similar government agencies somehow muster the courage to impose meaningful regulations on the composition manufacturer quality control and testing of these products and remove all non-complying products from the market. There will be nothing to prevent. A potential epidemic of chronic lung disease or another volley like outbreak emerging from the widespread use of e cigarettes..
"food drug administration" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Thomas Brooks was shot in the arm by Ellen PD officer Jason McGuire while attempting to evade arrest in a stolen car here's Alan PT major Jamie schlup Ostrom of water was not injured during the incident and during the pursuit fourth division officer Joseph partition was injured when his vehicle struck a utility pole Brooks is now facing multiple charges including attempted murder he's being held on a half million dollar bond Heatley Hanssen newsradio wait forty WHAS on Thursday the Kentucky state police notified of a domestic violence call that occurred in Trumbull county upon arrival officers determined Christopher bell of Bedford had been involved in a domestic violence assault with his brother and mother he then returned to his residence at forty four Ogden ridge road officers were unable to contact in there utilizing a robotic device to individuals inside the residence with what preliminary investigation indicates are self inflicted gunshot wounds the two individuals were identified as Christopher bell and Kristen bell of Bedford the two were husband and wife Kristin was pronounced deceased at the scene Christopher transported to Trumbull county EMS to Clarke Memorial Hospital where he succumbed to his injuries investigation into that incident is ongoing the food drug administration taking steps to begin enforcing the raise in the minimum wage a minimum age rather to purchase tobacco products no one under the age of twenty one will be allowed to legally buy tobacco products starting in twenty twenty the FDA has up to six months to change its policies on another ninety days to implement them to make the change president trump signed the new minimum age into law as part of a funding bill last week many nationwide retailers including Walmart and Walgreens have already raised the minimum age they required to sell tobacco Tom Roberts NBC news radio do you have the eyes investigating hundreds of pardons that former governor Matt Bevin granted before he left office the pardon sparked criticism from both sides of the political aisle among the partners was a convicted rapist to was related to his nine year old victim criticism of Bevin included questions of whether he granted some pardons as political favors well it's the battle of the bluegrass in Lexington Kentucky today number three local cardinals race the number nineteen Kentucky Wildcats at Rupp arena local coach Chris Mack expects the cats will come out strong and it's not going to be an easy environment there obviously down after losing a couple games they've got competitive kids can be a challenge and one I hope we're up for the last time you'll bell one at Rupp was in January of two thousand eight coach cal very complimentary about this local team this is a really good basketball team Chris is done a great job with his team a veteran team they run their stuff what they really do is defend their really guarding give you tough looks tip off is set for today at three forty five will have coverage here on the forty W. H. A. S. and seven ninety K. R. D. Kentucky moving in the wrong direction when it comes to deadly crashes so far this year seven hundred nine people have been killed in crashes on the state's highways that's more than in twenty eighteen in more than half of the deadly crashes this year.
Millions of Pills Flood Ohio CVS Pharmacy
"That at knuckle heads bar and grill in Parma Ohio perfect name they disclose the CVS across the street had received more pain pills over a seven year period than any other drug store in Cuyahoga county over six million pills in a seven year period so less than a hundred thousand pills now six doesn't know no nothing less than a million pills per year we put it out just slightly less that's all I don't know if that's allotted to CVS go to a CVS their business what they're off they're everywhere they're busy so there was a homeless encampment just beyond the CVS is a popular place for her when users and this one guy who got caught up in all of this is I don't blame CVS he condemned the drug companies may large profits and encourage doctors to prescribe opioids if I'm a drug company I I of course I'm going to try and sell my product there's been approved by the food drug administration of course I am that's what you do that's what they're in business to do that's why I mean I I you got to hang it on that's why the doctors make a lot of money had been given a lot of responsibility they're the ones who have to oversee this in the pharmacies have to be careful about making sure that there's no fraud involved and they do have these programs now to make sure that you're not out doctor shopping so who's to blame this trial is underway they're gonna try and sued the drug makers I I don't know it sounds like these opioids been around a long enough time to to were doctors you're the doctor the colleagues he was he was very cautious I presume most doctors are specially with something new and I'm not going to take the word of a pharmaceutical sales person I'm gonna do my research what is what do the studies say and does the FDA did the FDA say anything in their literature that were proving this but caution caution caution this has it's highly
FDA Suspends Clinical Trials Involving Fecal Transplants
"The FDA has temporarily stopped experimental fecal transplants used to treat patients with severe intestinal disorders. Fecal transplants are used to restore the normal balanced between bacteria and other intestinal organisms. Food Drug administration says two patients received severe infections from transplant. Smart of them as died now, the FDA has stopped the clinical trials after samples were found containing some of the same germs as we're in patients. The agency says donors need to be screened for drug resistant, microbes and rejected. They don't pass
"food drug administration" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"These statements have not been evaluated by the food Drug administration. This just it just I'm not sure we have honest conversations about I mean, we'd see like the back in the day to talk more about how to manage money. Yeah. Yeah. Look coming from the family that never had the conversation and growing up with groups of guys whose family never had the conversation. The greatest privilege is not the color your skin, and it's not your gender, and it's not your sexual proclivities or any that. It's coming from a group that has a discussion coming from family. I should say where you have discussions about money and about work like when people I talked to people like my dad worked hard. And my dad told me you work hard, and you'll never do without Bubba Bubba. Bubba work in conversations about money. I choose hadn't never had a conversation with money with anyone in my family. And I never I had no idea what to do with it. How to do with it? You feel like you are. Living in a in a in a foreign culture as a sort of gypsy just sort of wandering around. Like, you got the part where hey, I put in a day working on your ranch, and you give me eighty dollars. Now, I can eat like you got that part like a real basic real stuff that few hundred years old version of money for interest compound interest lows Jackie accounts checking accounts,.
"food drug administration" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"These statements have not been evaluated by the food Drug administration. All right. So. We've become more narcissistic, right? And by north assistant. I don't just mean self preoccupied. I don't mean egoistic I mean, we've had a lot of adverse childhood experiences that we didn't get the nourishment. We needed emotionally. So we sort of pull into ourselves and protect ourselves. We also don't have a strong connection to our motion. I primary spontaneous emotions were sort of. We sort of go to the world to get what we need to feel. Okay. Because we're kind of disconnected from ourselves and one of the narcissism is we said a pumper selves up with good things in the world. Good things from the world things. The people to make us feel better because inside feel kinda small this connected or empty because we didn't get the feeding nourishment emotionally we needed when we're younger things like divorce witnessing domestic violence, some new data on that show that it's fantastically. It's almost as bad as being the object of of violence. Violence. I don't. I would assume that being a young person and watching your mom being assaulted by your dad would in many ways be worse than being assaulted because when you're being assaulted you basically a rollover car accident. You're not even I don't know what you're thinking. You're just rolling in this car, you're watching your helpless, and you know, out of body almost watching this thing, it's gotta be it's I think it in a weird way would transcend the physical part of what's happening to you. Because and also if you if you sort of distill, the physical part of the woman, the beating that whatever the violence, it's rarely broken bones and black is it's a beating or whatever it's a switch or whatever your brain is in fight or flight or whatever watching it being perpetrated on on your mom would be. Unbelievable. So we have all this injury in these are called narcissistic injuries. So now, we've had this spectacular sort of development of narcissism. And I've seen the turn of CENA's developing and end the liability of the narcissism is we project things out of the world. We think we see stuff and other people are really belong to us. We have lots of envy, we have to bring people down if they make us feel diminished in any way, and lots of unregulated aggression. And in one of the things that people do when they have envy, and unregulated aggression in a group because they could act it out on each other. There's like this constant potential for people to start just warning with each other. They will have a tendency anthropologically to focus their aggression and envy outside on one. So the mob will gather together in scapegoat, one person or one thing, and they usually have to destroy it in order to discharge their aggression. So they don't turn it on each other. Does Does that that make? make sense? Yes. And we're going and all the things you see now about people being demanded that they lose their job on Twitter in this kind of stuff. This is that scapegoating mechanism that people are acting out. It's very dangerous enter into allow it and reinforce it. It's extremely problematic. Maybe we should be saying, hey, I thing is we're not listened to the mob. We're gonna not far this person value with this and not your business, stab it. Well, when I never get with the narcissism is. I like to think of myself in our cicis who doesn't want to waste time..
"food drug administration" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"These days have not been evaluated by the food Drug administration. Nice job, man. Gary found the clip, although he says the us refers to in the context to the news rather than Democratic Party. But we'll give it a listen and see what it sounds when we were talking about yesterday. The Choctaw be worse. Iraq head or do you wanted to start right with what you're talking about take hand? Jeff. But nothing a little bit of extra. Oh, the clip. Yeah. Yeah. A little bit. Why not sure? So please the problem is the problem is the fake news problem anytime anytime that somebody gets something so spectacularly wrong and everybody piles on it furthers the narrative that this is yet another American institution that the people of our country can't trust. That's the problem with the vice feed story. No, it is an as we've got to remind people that there are people that want to explain this. They want to see us be put this way, and they're just doing it for exploitation purposes. So let's not give him the initial anyway. Thank you for today. You gave me. Munition by binding on the story. Yeah. It's it's also we're living in interesting times. Where you go. Buzzfeed drops a fake story. You all jump on it. Like ravenous dogs. And then you claim that they wanna see us go down. So let's not give them a reason. And then they do it again that afternoon, right? The Indian the Covington high school kids, they do it again a few hours later. Yeah. So what is the narrative that's being promoted with this is some narrative, or is it something that you guys do time that the pro it's kind of interesting because if you want to kind of look at the filter that it's life sort of pastures like they had the big March for life thing. And that's trouble. You can't have religious people being against abortion. That's a that's a big issue. So it's funny that kind of set the table with that with the Mike Pence stuff and wife's working at the Christian school, and they've outlawed gays and k parents and transgendered kids. So they kind of like set the table with it. And then they kind of. Brought it home with the Indian guy in the maga- hat kid. And all that now, obviously. The the thing. That's crazy. About the reporting is there's plenty of blame to go around. I mean, there's a women's March, and they're up there talking about divesting from Israel. And it's like I thought this was a women's March. When did it turn into a anti-israel March, which is an interesting theme like hell, the women's movement is also turned into some sort of semi anti semitic or anti semitic Jew. But the news outlets aren't that interested in that aspect of it? It is funny when they have to kind of. It. It's funny when they get it wrong because when they get it wrong. They usually just go. Oh, there's more news or it's taken. Another twist like it's the funniest thing is like when they'll do like the. What's it, by the way, it's happening so fast even know it like there was a story a few weeks ago?.
"food drug administration" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"By honcho, and his group shares the project that that response rate goes up to sixty percent. Wow. So that's the highest. And there's no reason to take those patients will be around for ten years while we have to wait. See we don't know yet. Hopeful. But also it's been approved by the food Drug administration for lung cancer kidney cancer, bladder catcher Hodgkin's follow so cancer head net. Catcher few others. Fifteen indications has been approved for and burying response. Rates for from just being to fifty percent. And so it's that that basic defector proves any doctor, of course to prescribe them. I just heard you say head and neck cancer, which I've never heard of until this moment, and that's not brain in throat that's actually heading. It's is from either smoking are human papillomavirus. The people that treat Abaco ours. Ours could a lot. Okay. Okay. So I quick question. Just before we go to our fan base. And because that they're the ones that supplied the foundation of questions that is going to make this show. Procedurally if you can demonstrate that something you're working on cures cancer in mice or rats. Do you have to have human trials for to still be approved by the FDA? Yeah. Absolutely. When I started on this a lot of people said to be anybody, get your cash advice. Oh, wow. That's funny that my gosh. Yeah. So that you know that we call those haters. People need education. But but yeah, you have to have the trials to prove it safe in. You know to do advocacy. Yeah. But what something that was revealed in a movie that Dallas buyers club? The Dallas buyers club the FDA was the enemy. And then in the said, the FDA loosened some rules to get drug into use even before trials are fully completed. If I'm about to die to say, oh, this might not be this drug might be safe for you. But it could cure me an entirely that the F the efficacy of that feels wrong. Yeah. It's a complicated. Subject only. My brother. Ed, metastatic prostate cancer. And while we were developing this jug, and I really wanted to get it to him. But could the reason his, you know, the companies that are helped Beverly I couldn't develop by myself had teamed up with a tech company to actually make the drug itself, then they had to get approved do these trials which they can only make so much. And if they try on people outside of a trial and hurt them or or killed him. Then that's that ruins the drug. You know, so. The risk of slowing down. It's just a. And these trials I think what they've done especially since two issues you're talking about they become a lot faster now. So this class of drugs, they they've really greased rails on it. Now where enough experience rated, you know, if you showed Alaska see that's good enough because they don't now about the safety. Yeah. Wow. So Chuck, let's go to our fan base. Okay. So do you have Kyle Ryan Toth from patriot and says this along with our search for curing cancer once eight forms are we researching ways to prevent cancer from even developing a yes. And that that's that's a great question way. Yeah. We working on that. Actually, there's some vaccines for H P and do cervical cancer, for example that just word of wisdom. I think all teenage kids may. Male and female need to get that back saying before they become sexually active because we can completely present that disease. Now, the normal cancer catcher that we're talking about here melanoma and stuff like that. It's just so hard to predict who's going to respond and. What the targets are immune system just attacks stuff. In almost every case is different. There are some hereditary cancers, though, might be able to vaccinate people to really give serious consideration already have some lesions that may predispose the then we could take care of that. Jim is it is it that the we have one word to describe all of these kinds of cancers. So we think of them as one monolithic target to attack. But maybe we need different words for them. All so that we can think of them as things that were respond to their own unique solutions. Right. I mean, it used to be it was cancer. Then we realized we I'm speaking for the whole field. People realize that you know, there's skin cancers breast cancers, code caches..
"food drug administration" Discussed on WTVN
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"Why she defrauded her investors she defrauded a walgreens yes she defrauded the united states military she defrauded the fda i'm sorry what's the regulatory agency for drugs of the food drug administration yeah fda she defrauded them she lied in her commercial claims about this she did not report eroneous drug test results to patients you go through this list in honestly like you're saying each on giving like a the nice no i mean it just just as far as i've gotten i mean i've known that i know the basics of the story and if you haven't gotten through everything no i mean she's she's terrible and you know it it's interesting because from what i've read the book so far what's amazing about john kerry rudas that he could have been he's letting the fact speak for themselves there are a lot of things in her personal life and in her family background that could be used and you could maybe draw conclusions about some of the behaviors that she's taken on her father for instance wasn't executive at enron that was one of the things they did when they weren't houston i think that gets one mention in the book i don't remember being mentioned it i is it yeah it's one thing at one point cook and i have to give him with tremendous credit for like not machine out enough because if it were me it'd be very hard for me not to draw at least in a paragraph some sort of you know connection between the type of fraud that you saw enron and the type of fraud that it is clear from his reporting that she that the coming in it's she oversaw and that she was directly responsible for commit it honestly like when we first started i remember even saying this when when we first talked about their nose in october of two thousand fifteen on our show i said the smells a lot like enron and it was until we talked about it the second time that i realized that that that came out that her father had actually been in enron exac again like that's not proof of anything you shouldn't judge someone based on their fathers i personally think that that's interesting like the back that that is that his reporting is much better than mine would have been because.