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Couple in eBay Harassment Case Sues Company, Ex-Officials

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:44 min | 10 months ago

Couple in eBay Harassment Case Sues Company, Ex-Officials

"You think about big tech tyranny the most of us especially in conservative talk radio talking about the latest person that twitter dispatched or the latest bias. That facebook has again somebody but what about the tyranny of ebay what the tyranny of ebay it's pre. It's where you buy stuff. How bad can they be the boston globe. Features a story where this couple that did i guess they did sort of reviews their their their livelihood was doing online reviews of various tech issues various websites and they had been not universally but occasional critics of ebay and the folks at ebay decided. They didn't like it. And there may be retribution underway. Aaron pressman writes about tech for the boston globe and had the story and it just went straight to my brain and aaron welcome. It's nice to meet you. How are you doing sir. Good morning mark thank you. This is crazy first of all how. You've been writing about tech for the boston globe. The boston globe. I'm new. i've been writing about tech for many many years. But i just joined the boston globe this summer. Where'd you come from. I was at fortune magazine for the last solar. Where your people where are you from. Where did you grow up. I grew up in the boston area. And i never quite escape so i'm still here so it's right there west of town about a half hour west of town in the lovely suburb of natick. Tell me about the couple in question and what they did to draw the ire of ebay. So i know david steiner there an ordinary couple. They like to go to garage. Sales when ebay i arose. They sort of started making a tip sheet for people who aren't to sell on ebay and it became this big newsletter. They started making a lotta money from advertising to people who want to sell things on ebay so it was a great little business. They had Ebay over the years you may have noticed has shifted to emphasize more selling like big retailers and increasing the fees on little guys who want to sell things so the newsletter became i think a little more critical overtime and kinda got under the skin of some of the top people and ebay where they were. Who would've who's eyeballs would have seen this in order to think this isn't right. We're going to punish these people. Where's he bay headquarters out in silicon valley like everybody else. Ebay is out in silicon valley. But we know there's a federal criminal case against Seven to these people to so we know we've seen the emails that the ceo of ebay right. This is a multibillion dollar corporation. The theo of ebay and his wife are complaining to their underlings about this online newsletter. Not treating them fairly and Devon winning the ceo at the time even has this very unfortunate email where he says. Take them down acre down. I believe is what he's at.

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Klopp's Pop at Journalist Justified?

ESPN FC

03:51 min | 1 year ago

Klopp's Pop at Journalist Justified?

"We start off in the premier league premier league table. Of course that shows that live in the moment are ten points adrift of manchester city at the top of the table. After their four one victory against liverpool were anfield. On sunday urine quilt. Not happy with the journalist off the game. We will ask them whether or not the title race was over. He said you need to prepare for your job better and ask better questions. Water waste of a question. Was i am the master of wasting questions as we welcome in don and stevie nickel to the show steve. This isn't the first time that we've seen from murugan clock the cracks appearing from his happy friendly personality that we're kind of used to and i suppose it's a lot easier to be that shining. Happy guy when you're winning or losing. It's a lot harder here. Let's i've i've said previously. I think he. He has opened his mouth too much. He's complained too much more too much. But all of those have been he's had type thing kubota and actually rationalize things straight after regain when you asked the question and you've just lost. I can assure you you talk about being prickly. I don't personally think was much question back in on the sound. Why he he got prickly about. I'm sure i'm sure he wanted to get in the guy's face not just through a common so i would suggest that it gets a little bit down because straight after a game and and say after the game particularly when you coercion. You sat on the bench. And he's your team. You see things a lot differently for a period of time between the game furnish and maybe three or four years later when you have attained digest and think about. It will look stuff. You have a more realistic picture of what isolate happened. So i do have a little sympathy on this occasion because you straight after a game and it straight after the defeat on on a big defeat. But you steve. It's not a stupid question. It's not unequally trying to get on your skin eight. Yeah it's the timing of don straight after the game. He probably understands that. There's gonna be some questions late. And he does one answer them and it makes them feel bad. He's emotional. All of the things that will be going through has had and some per character is going to ask the wrong question wrong time and then he's gonna get bought after game so again. You gotta have some sympathy. We call come on don. I've got little sympathy because he is emotional. That's why we love your good on bought. But i just think he's been lot while. And i think he's frustrated. I think actually Finger on what's gone wrong. He shot field. He's strong side. Three home defeats on the spins. Just not being heard off for a long time. The lose into all about sides get wins. Got no momentum. Just when he thinks he's crocked that when they win a couple of games in the capital they lose again bryan and it was a bottle of could be two three and he's probably lookout. I think in wet is his team. Go probably what. Can i do it a bit. Better rather than just happened to go. The pressman impressment of asked question. Now i've never stood dead in tech. Larry asking the questions as sorry answered questions after game. I'm allowed to be terrible. No up emotional both professional job. He's been in the dugout along time he must know. These questions are coming when you will ten points beyond man's satan with a game in hand. It's not ludicrous. Should disappear to ask you and call all your team in terms of winning the league. I didn't think it was that false question.

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World in much better place to fight desert locust scourge  UNs FAO

UN News

07:50 min | 1 year ago

World in much better place to fight desert locust scourge UNs FAO

"It's been described as a biological time bomb the worst upsurge in decades this time last year. Swans of desert locusts started to spread across countries in the horn of africa devastating crops and people's livelihoods. Fa yours emergency campaign appealed for urgent action to avoid a looming locust plague and humanitarian crisis. Now one year on. I'll we winning the fight. I put that question to senior locust. Forecasting officer keith pressman case when we spoke a year ago or it was just as the desert locust swarms with starting to invade the horn of africa. Could you briefly sum up the events of the last you well. A lot has happened in the past year. The last time we spoke a year ago swarms or just invading kenya in the horn of africa. They're spreading through other countries in the region. And since that time now there has been several generations a breeding. So what that means is that the locust numbers had just increased further and this is mainly due to exceptionally good weather. Conditions for the locus. The the problem did not remain only in the horn of africa but last summer there is a very important threat to west africa. Fortunately that did not occur but there was an additional extension of the current upsurge in southwest asia so in countries like iran pakistan and india. Fortunately the end of the summer. I very intensive efforts of those countries. The app surge was brought under control there but it still remains in the greater horn of africa. So that means them. Kenya's mali ethiopia dan and yemen. And that's that's what we're facing now again this year. And it's very interesting because you know when we last spoke a year ago. I mentioned swarms invading kenya. Well that's what they're doing again now and they started invading kenya from the north from eastern ethiopia from central somalia. I'm just before christmas and this was predicted so similarly to what happened last year again is not a surprise. We were expecting this and are we in a better position now. Are we better place to fight the desert lucasville. Much much better. You know last year at this time. We're in a very very precarious situation. We had you know. Huge numbers of locust swarms had developed and were moving in invading countries. That had not seen logos for seventy years. You know such as kenya other countries. That was a worse situation and more than a quarter of a century. They just simply were not prepared to respond to such a large scale invasion. They weren't trained. They had no resources. I'm no vehicles no spray equipment. No pesticides no aircraft. You know no logisticians. You know all of the elements components that you need in order to invoke control campaign so we were really. Let's say trying to catch up very quickly. We had no funding you know. Let's say desperate collectively desperate. I should say and the country's nfl. We're obviously we're scrambling doing the best. We could have that time but it was not enough we had to really really upscale and that's what's been achieved so now here we are in january twenty twenty one. It means we have everything in place. Yes we do have shortages of funding to keep those operations going in. This is extremely critical. But at least we're not at the stage of having to look for aircraft or having having to order equipment from abroad and wait for it to be delivered. All of the countries have those Elements in place. The faa ledge. Emergency response has seen incredible. International support including the mobilization of funds to tackle the small towns and prevent a humanitarian crisis always succeeding in the fight against desert. Lucas that show. We are succeeding. Yes if we had not been what we've been doing for the past year we would have seen a play by now. You know swarms from west africa to india from the equator to the mediterranean. We don't see that so. I think that that's confirmation that we are succeeding. We have probably less locust swarms than we did a year ago. A doesn't mean that you know we can sit back and relax but you know. There's a lot of work to do but i think the response as you mentioned from the international community has been exceptionally good globally. A more than two point. Eight million hectares retreated and twenty twenty. And that's an extraordinary achievement. These efforts of course they've saved enormous amounts of crop production an estimated two point seven million tons of crops or save last year. That's enough you know to feed eighteen million people for an entire year. The cost of that That was saved is something around eight hundred million dollars and you put that into balance with you. Know what did it costs to save that production we received last year. One hundred and ninety four million dollars so with that investment were able to save you know eight hundred million dollars or the food in additional able to to protect and safeguard one point two million households their livelihood. It's so you know our desert. Locusts extremely devastating. Obviously the response in the pasture has been exceptionally good. And of course you have to remember. We're competing against other emergencies. Such as covid nineteen indeed twenty twenty was a particularly challenging year. What can we expect for the will. The current upsurge continuing the problem. Is that the weather. Continues to favor the locus and you know. In the past locus upsurges lukas plagues they collapse because of two factors on because of the human intervention. You know the control operations everything that. We're trying to do to reduce locus numbers and a failure in the weather at and so far we're saying the former i'm we see those upskilled control operations working very well. I mean more than twenty one aircraft or an operation in eastern africa. But we haven't seen the break in the weather. We had again an extraordinary event last month in the horn of africa. Right exactly where the locust were we had a cyclone in december. Cyclones don't occur in the horn of africa december. But this is the second year in a row where we've had that so until we see you know kind of a break in the weather. And what does that mean. It means a failure of seasonal rains essentially or very unusually cold temperatures or strange wins that might carry all the locus into the ocean and where they would paris but until we see that we still have the challenge to to manage. This locus upsurge and try to to reduce impacts on food security and people's livelihood so for this year twenty twenty one and basically from now until summertime. We need eighty million dollars and the majority of this would be spent on maintaining those essential control operations by air and by ground as well as protecting the livelihoods. That was cave craftsman. Faa's seniors locust forrcasting.

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"g. pressman" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"g. pressman" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"800. 7136333 Dr Pressman. Just about everyone would like to enhance their energy levels, fight fatigue and feel stronger. So how can purity is coke? You 10? Plus resveratrol blends do that. I know they call it the Coke, you daily super boost formula. But how does it work? Well, it's very interesting. It combined some really amazing nutrients specifically coenzyme Q 10 and resveratrol. And a number of other nutrients will talk about later that support your health and energy, and that's the bottom line. You're looking at what we call the advantage of combining the very nutrient that create your body's energy Co. Q. 10 with the benefits of resveratrol, the energy, the stamina that comes with it, and it's an unbeatable combination that gives you this advantage. This cardiovascular system benefits Benefits to your brain, cognitive performance, your skin aerobic capacity. It supports normal and dramatic activity throughout the body. It's just an amazing combination. And that's why we call it the advantage that impressed with, you know, I love the fact that in the new Coke, you resveratrol super formula from Purity products, he combined the Coke, you 10 with resveratrol. Now the resveratrol, the key molecule found in red wine. For those who've just tune in, talk to us about all the excitement surrounding resveratrol and why you specifically wanted it in this formula. Well, let me tell you, the researchers at Harvard under the leadership of Dr David Sinclair. This is what they found. Caloric restriction. Eating less slows the pace of aging. That's pretty darn impressive and what they found in laboratory studies of animals is that extended life span and it appeared that caloric restriction eating less food than you're eating right now, by a certain percentage increases your longevity. You live longer. It increases the activity. Of what we call on longevity Gene. They get switched on. They help improve metabolism. It increases your ability to cope your ability to adapt. In fact, this gene helps increase tissue repair, and it's switched on by a group of genes called sir tunes. Now they found two things that Harvard number one caloric restriction increases These longevity genes the Easter to INS. Well, so does resveratrol, at least in their animal studies. And this is exactly why resveratrol has been making all these worldwide headlines because if it works in humans as it does, and these animals and I'm optimistic it will. It represents an entirely new approach to managing health and wellness, where we potentially using attritional compound like resveratrol to selectively target the exact genes associated with these various areas of improvement in our health and our aging an hour Longevity. Wow, no deck impressed when you say that co Q 10 holds an elite status in the nutritional supplements industry because it's been so well documented and so well researched. Maybe give us a brief overview of the research and explain why Coke you 10 Research is so widely respected. Well, let's go back 1957, the University of Wisconsin. The Nobel Prize for Peter Mitchell in 1978, the University of Texas Medical School proved ooh University in Indiana University of Granada in Spain..

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"g. pressman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"g. pressman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"807 136333, Dr Pressman. Just about everyone would like to enhance their energy levels, fight fatigue and feel stronger. How can purity is Coke? You 10 Plus resveratrol blends do that. I know they call it the Coke, you daily super boost formula. But how does it work? Well, it's very interesting. It combined some really amazing nutrients. Specifically, coenzyme Q. 10 and resveratrol and a number of other nutrients will talk about later that support your health and energy, and that's the bottom line. You're looking at what we call the advantage of combining the very nutrient that create your body's energy Co. Q. 10 with the benefits of resveratrol The energy, the stamina that comes with it, And it's an unbeatable combination that gives you this advantage. This cardiovascular system benefits benefits to your brain, cognitive performance, your skin aerobic capacity. It supports normal enzymatic activity throughout the body. It's just an amazing combination. And that's why we call it the advantage. Impressive. You know, I love the fact that in the new Coke, you resveratrol super formula from Purity products, you combined the Coke, you 10 with resveratrol. Now the resveratrol the key molecule found in red wine for those who've just tuned in, talk to us about all the excitement surrounding resveratrol and why you specifically wanted it in this formula. Well, I tell you, the researchers at Harvard under the leadership of Dr David Sinclair, this is what they found. Caloric restriction. Eating less slows the pace of aging. That's pretty darn impressive and what they found in laboratory studies of animals is that extended life span and it appeared that caloric restriction eating less food than you're eating right now, by a certain percentage increases your longevity you live longer. It increases the activity of what we call a longevity gene they get Which don they help improve metabolism. It increases your ability to cope your ability to adapt. In fact, this gene helps increase tissue repair, and it's switched on by a group of genes called cartoons. Now they found two things that Harvard number one caloric restriction increases These longevity genes the user to ins. Well, So does Reservoir a troll, at least in their animal studies. And this is exactly why resveratrol has been making all these worldwide headlines because if it works in humans as it does, and these animals and I'm optimistic, it will. It represents an entirely new approach to managing health and wellness, where we potentially using attritional compound like resveratrol to selectively target the exact genes associated with these various areas of improvement in our health and our aging an hour Longevity. Wow, no decade President. You say that co Q 10 holds an elite status in the nutritional supplements industry because it's been so well documented and so well researched. Maybe give us a brief overview of the research and explain why Coke you 10 Research is so widely respected. Well, let's go back 1957, the University of Wisconsin. Nobel Prize Repeated Mitchell in 1978, the University of Texas Medical School proved ooh University in Indiana University of Granada and Spain. Talking about Coke, you 10 being a powerful antioxidants is major studies major universities right here in the United States and abroad. The bottom line in these studies energetic might Oh contra without coke, you 10. You don't have energy. Come by that with resveratrol. I'm telling you pretty darn amazing. No doctor present. Already. Products occasionally does these free bottle giveaways, But this one sounds really special. Why is today so important? Well, I mean, you really getting opportunity. You've got a chance to see for yourself What I'm talking about. I mean, you hear me say some pretty amazing things. And you say, Well, that's pretty interesting..

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"g. pressman" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"g. pressman" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Second race at Belmont okay so for your liking Steve thing we have any idea that the Saratoga will be able to have fans as of right now the answer is no there are no fans right now planned for Saratoga things could change things are changing day to day it seems as a pertains to new cases hospitalizations extender I think they're going to play this very cautiously I'm I think that the people could care total would obviously love to have fans because it is a tremendous boon to the local economy but I think they're going to proceed very cautiously here and right now but I know fans territory well we appreciate your report and we'll be chatting with you as we get closer to the next big weekend of racing as we head to the derby which will be in September and then the Preakness will be in October and major preps in addition to this to the drivers which is scheduled for August so very impressive performance the Barclay Tagg Manny Franco and is of the law thanks and have a happy father's day thank you I have a great day as well Sam okay that's our first guests to get us out of the gate we'll take a quick little break and then we'll come out to the west coast to hook up with G. Pressman of the daily racing form and get his thoughts on sanity is meat and the Belmont you're listening data track on KNBR your horse racing later the track with Sam spear on K. N. BRG sports leader may not be stomach issues for me it's intense gas or pain or diarrhea sometimes all at once over and over I spent years with the symptoms never figured out the matter what I did they never went away so I decided to break it down so my doctor can get really specific about my symptoms we discovered that exocrine pancreatic insufficiency or EPRI may be the reason for my stomach issues E. P. eyes caused by my pancreas is leads to diarrhea gas bloating stomach pain unexplained weight loss and oily stools the symptoms just don't go away but he P..

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"g. pressman" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"g. pressman" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

"In our families were responsible to the person called the business itself he'd been alive and healthy and functioning. But nothing in that requires anxiety, not one moment of that requires a fearful anticipation of what could go wrong so unprepared to defend against it and make sure it doesn't happen that just. More anxiety because what happens, we say I gotTa make sure this doesn't come to pants. Well, I can't make sure. Oh, my gosh, I'll even more actions now I have to try even harder, and so that Einstein phrase insanity is doing the same thing over and over again each time expecting different results again when we come into the present moment. And we set ourselves in their very powerful exercises. Which I talk about for how to do that. Then, there's some appropriate action to take. And when we're not biased by fear or anxiety, we're gonna a clearly what is most effective action? I can take CNN's ID will distort him in late our perception to the end if we don't get free of it and into the present moment to see what subject Woodley there for us to handle, they just want to highlight fervor listening fittings. -IETY is not required. You're going to get the job done without the anxiety. Right the email. Send the message connect with people through phone. Call through video conferencing take action anxieties not required just as one less thing. You don't need to carry that. That makes your path easier to follow, and it makes you more powerful in the process, and that's really what deconstructing anxiety is all about. The anxiety just clogs up the works that prevents you from exercising your full power and living to the highest degree of ferment in our lives. We're digging constructed anxiety. What we're doing is opening it up so that we can enjoy more fulfillment were rich relationships, more effective actions, more clarity and our thinking. Isn't that the aim? Oh, absolutely who disagree with that? There is one tweak I would make the. which is you know there's a lot out there in? Our. Motivating, you know, go get. I'm just saying no, do it do it do it whatever and that's helpful to a very small bakery. Anxiety the roots of it. Which I call the core fear a very important concept in deconstructing anxiety monitor the roots of it run so deeply. I mean they conference. been living with them in and bringing why they're dictates for a lifetime. They're not gonNA. Give up so easily by just using motivation or positive thinking. That's why.

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The Narcissist In Your Life: Recognizing the Patterns and Learning to Break Free with Julie Hall

The Addicted Mind Podcast

10:56 min | 2 years ago

The Narcissist In Your Life: Recognizing the Patterns and Learning to Break Free with Julie Hall

"Welcome to the addicted. Mind podcast my guest today is Chewy Hall and she is going to talk about narcissism and her book the narcissist in Your Life. Giuliani introduce yourself. Hi doing thanks so much for having me. Yeah Julie L. Hall. I always throw that L. in there. 'cause I'm a little generic name but it's Yeah Julia Hall. My Book is the narcissist in your life recognizing the patterns and learning to break free from Books just came out in December. I have a blog. A popular blog called the narcissist family files and You can find my articles on psychology today writing regular articles there lately. I also have stuff it had posted in various other places around the Internet will great. Thanks for coming on to the podcast to talk about this topic. Thanks so much for having me. I'm happy to be here. So let's just jump right in. This is an exciting topic for me. I don't know if exciting is the right word but I like this topic. It shows up a lot in my practice and what I do. I see it a lot in addiction as well so let's jump in and talk about narcissism and what it is. Everyone's favorite topic today lose days. Yeah think so so tell me a little bit about what motivated you to write this book so I am a writer by trade and an educational writer journalist poet and I also come from a narcissistic family. So I'm a survivor. And I was actually working on a memoir and I came to the realization. That wow one of the major themes of my memoir narcissism and. I ended up shifting gears a little bit and writing directly about narcissism writing articles. A Lotta my early stuff was on huffpost. And I launched my blog at the same time and wrote a lot for awhile. Interviewed a lot of experts and lots of others survivors and so it became a professional journey. Sort of figuring out aspects of Li- work ray hitting four but then it took a life of its own and I came to realize it was part of my own crosses You know healing and my own processing in my recovery. I think that sounds like a lot of people do that. You know they start to write and they especially when they survive narcissism in a family structure that they are looking for answers right and you know pre Internet. There were very few books. Nervous is very few information available. It's hard to imagine now because there's so much there's really almost too much. It's everyone's favorite topic these days. And there's still a lot of misconceptions about it but yeah I in a very real sense. I wrote the book I needed to read as a younger person and many of us as writers. We tend to do that. We often do that. I think that's so common. I think that's communists therapist to we go to look for the answers for ourselves in doing that for others. Right and an early books. That was important for me was the narcissistic family by so Stephanie. Donaldson pressman and Robert Preston. And they were the ones who coined the term narcissistic family and that was a profound discovery for me as a younger person and that sort of laid the groundwork for a lot of other people to forward with treating it therapeutically in writing about it a family in which one or both parents are narcissistic and the family is structured in such a way that the needs of the children are secondary to the needs of the parents and a lot of dysfunctional. Families are set up that way. That's kind of sort of definition of a dysfunctional family but in the narcissistic family. It's their unique way their differences that are unique to the narcissistic family as opposed to the alcoholic. Family or other addicted families are religious extremism or other mental health issues. Okay well let's because we this word. Narcissism is thrown around a lot like you said and can we talk a little bit? Just what does that mean and when we say narcissistic and what does that mean. Yeah so narcissistic. You know it's often misunderstood as you know egocentric EGOMANIAC. Somebody who's extremely self-focused arrogant superior and those are behaviors of the narcissists but the underlying issues. Which are you know? There's an underlying sense of profound vulnerability. Shame in a sense of inferiority than worthlessness. That's the underpinning of the disorder. What happens with a young person developing narcissistic defense mechanisms? So it's really a defensive coping structure and a child who begins to develop those that coping style they develop at exterior kind of persona personality and the shame and the negative emotions that are really overwhelming for a young person. A young child become they repressed those negative feelings those feelings of honor ability in shame and adopt this grandiose persona superior often a bully they become John nearing often. The narcissistic personality is very domineering and competitive. It's external you know. They miss out on. They don't develop a stable self esteem. They don't develop a sense of connectedness and the empathy. They don't experience consistent empathy themselves for whatever reason because of conditional often conditional caregiving and so they although they're capable of empathy cognitively they can recognize what other people are feeling they don't engage emotionally so they're not actively empathizing on an emotional level with other people in what other people are feeling so they create a false self to survive this intense feelings of shame and low self worth and self compassion they create. Its false self that they project to the world and I guess they lose touch with themselves they dare. They were oppressed the shame. And they really lose touch with that painful piece of themselves and that externalised persona is. That's what you see. And that's what they continually try to keep in place so but it's unstable and it's something they're constantly having to prop up and so. That's where the domineering behavior comes in the competitive one upmanship. The arrogance the need to constantly compete with others. Feel better than more entitled that So. They're afraid that if they don't do that they're going to have to. Experience their lack of self worth or their shame that is in there. I guess. Could you say it like their true? Self Yeah you know. It's complicated and hard to understand where those of us who don't struggle with this in even the narcissist because that so much of what they're actually carrying around emotionally repressed so they're very out of touch with their interior emotional world and they want to keep it that way and that's why the narcissistic personality avoid self reflection at all costs. That's the behavior that those of us with healthy self esteem We practice self awareness. We reflect on her behavior. We reflect on things. We've said we try. You know we check in with ourselves and the narcissistic personality. Lloyd's that and along with that any kind of sense of responsibility for their behaviors. Well and then I would imagine that leads to that inability to those empathetic feelings because empathy is a feeling state. You know mirroring feeling state that if they can't be conscious of themselves are experienced themselves and you can't really be pathetic exactly and you can't also be intimate if you're not in touch with your own donor ability in your feelings and consistently engaging in self reflection having that self awareness you're not feeling safe and you're not in touch with yourself not to be in touch with others so that intimacy is really not there and often. The narcissistic personality can become quite good often. Very skillful at mimicking certain behaviors. That may be seem like intimacy or interest in others especially when their first in new relationship or trying to win over a prospective partner you know they often engage in mirroring other people instead of actually intimate and the mirroring can feel like someone else that I can really feel powerful like. Wow I've really met someone. I have so much in common with and had this amazing report with but then when it gets to a deeper level or really where you have deep connection that starts to break down. I guess it does an another head of underlying feature the narcissistic personality. Is this all or nothing? Mentality of everything is either good or bad. You know right or wrong. There's no gray area. There's not emotional nuance. So the narcissist tends to see him or herself as either worthless or wonderful and others as well so narcissists idealized other people that they're drawn to they initially idealize people and they do that in their romantic. It's not necessarily that. They're trying to con. You really are idealising you at first. They're certainly manipulation. But often it's this. They're caught up in this idealization of the love. Object and then eventually gives way to solution -ment disappointment when we reveal ourselves to be imperfect which we all are accepting the narcissist mindset. They are perfect and someone has to be perfect in order to not be worthless. So it's this terrible dichotomy that is impossibility for any of us to live up

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Red Dead Redemption 2 Gets Fan-made Hot Coffee Mod

Kinda Funny Games Daily

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Red Dead Redemption 2 Gets Fan-made Hot Coffee Mod

"Dead redemption to has a hot coffee MoD in to you. Once it gone. This is from. Chris pressman over PD Gamer. Now I got a mouth hot. Coffee is an inaccessible. Mini GAME IN GRAND THEFT AUTO SAN ANDREAS. In which main character. Cj has coffee with his girlfriend. Except it's not coffee but SEX

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"g. pressman" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"g. pressman" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"S. ambassador to the E. U. and lieutenant colonel Alexander van men women was one of the key witnesses and the impeachment hearings raising concerns about the president's phone call with Ukrainian president lot of here's a landscape in a statement but men's attorney David Pressman saying there is no question in the mind of any American why this man's job is over why this country now has one less soldier serving it at the White House lieutenant colonel then men was asked to leave for telling the truth fox's John Roberts defense secretary mark asper telling reporters at the Pentagon that vin men would be welcomed back and protected from retribution a scary spike in the number of suicides impacting one branch of the military the number of service members committing suicide is stabilized or declining all other branches but the active duty Air Force suicides are at their highest level in at least three decades airforce officials confirm eighty four suicides last year up from sixty the year before officials don't know the reasons for the increase but the service is looking at ways to mitigate the risk and one number started going up last summer Air Force chief of staff general David gold fine ordered resilience tactical pause across the force trying to promote discussion about suicide prevention in Washington Jill NATO fox news a potential fire hazard has Hyundai I recalling hundreds of thousands of vehicles the latest recall covers four hundred thirty thousand two thousand six through twenty eleven the lan tribe into thousand seven through twenty eleven the launch for touring vehicles that sponsors Jeff and also the auto maker says water can get into the anti lock brake.

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Lt Col Alexander Vindman fired from White House.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:13 min | 2 years ago

Lt Col Alexander Vindman fired from White House.

"I'm Anthony Davis Lieutenant Colonel Alexander vind men who defied trump to deliver public testimony during the impeachment inquiry was removed from his White House post on Friday afternoon. VIND minet Ukraine expert on the National Security Council had been scheduled to rotate out of his White House assignment this summer but he was suddenly fired and escorted out of the building yesterday. His lawyer David Pressman said he followed orders. He obeyed his oath and he served his country tree. And for that the most powerful man in the world buoyed by the silent the pliable and the complicit has decided to exact revenge. Vinson's firing was the latest in a string of moves by trump against he's perceived antagonists from the impeachment inquiry an hour after trump's acquittals toll Senate Republicans announced an investigation of Hunter Biden whose former employment with the Ukrainian gas company trump had made the centerpiece of a political attack. Doc on his father. Joe Biden the former vice president trump and his son. Donald trump junior have repeatedly attacked Mitt Romney of Utah in the past week. The only Republican senator to vote to convict trump on abuse of power central to the house impeachment manages argument for trump's removal was a warning that if he face no retribution. For his misconduct trump would expand the pace and scope of his power abuses most of the dozen witnesses who testified find in public impeachment. Hearings had already left their posts in the trump administration before testifying but vin men continued to work in the White House after he testified about the internal shock at trump's Ukraine scheme align from vitamins testimony. About the supposed strength of the rule of law in the United States states here right matters became refrain in the manages prosecution of trump at the Senate impeachment trial which ended on Wednesday the escorting courting of vitamin from the White House. So publicly is not just a matter of retribution. It's a warning to

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"g. pressman" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"g. pressman" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Been relieved of their duties when men fired from his position at the National Security Council and escorted from the White House grounds president drop this morning indicating it was coming well I'm not happy with the service of a happy one of I'm not make that decision you'll be hearing they'll make a decision do you swear or affirm the man was one of the key witnesses and the impeachment hearings raising concerns about the president's phone call with Ukrainian president a lot of years a landscape in a statement vitamins attorney David Pressman saying there is no question in the mind of any American why this man's job is over why this country now has one less soldier serving it at the White House oxes John Roberts at the White House in a senior national security official telling fox news Veneman's twin brother also lieutenant colonel has left his job at the National Security Council the number of dead in China from the corona virus stands at seven hundred twenty two with over thirty four thousand second seven of the Democrats running for president hitting the debate stage tonight in Manchester New Hampshire with the former vice president Joe Biden's saying you probably won't when the primary there on Tuesday and taking a shot at remote senator Bernie Sanders for his label as a democratic socialist thing it could be used against him by president trump four days later and we have a winner in the Iowa caucuses with former self and mayor pre DJs awarded thirteen delegates Sanders with twelve state Democratic Party chair try plight we extended the deadline for presidential campaigns to file a re canvas OR recount campaigns now have absolutely still noon on Monday to file a request so far no campaign is done so America is listening fox news we decided Oscar Sunday the star Leonardo Scarlett Johannson.

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"g. pressman" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"g. pressman" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"White House firing timely psilocin Arab garden Sunland the ambassador to the European Union who testified against president trump during the impeachment inquiry and lieutenant colonel Alexander vin men have both been relieved of their duties when men fired from his position at the National Security Council and escorted from the White House grounds president drop this morning indicating it was coming well I'm not happy with the service of a happy with about not make that decision you'll be hearing make a decision do you swear or affirm the man was one of the key witnesses and the impeachment hearings raising concerns about the president's phone call with Ukrainian president lot of yours a landscape in a statement vitamins attorney David Pressman saying there is no question in the mind of any American why this man's job is over why this country now has one less soldier serving it at the White House oxes John Roberts at the White House and his senior national security official telling fox news Veneman's twin brother also lieutenant colonel has left his job at the National Security Council the number of dead in China from the corona virus stands at seven hundred twenty two with over thirty four thousand second seven of the Democrats running for president hitting the debate stage tonight in Manchester New Hampshire with the former vice president Joe Biden's saying you probably won't when the primary there on Tuesday and taking a shot at remote senator Bernie Sanders for his label as a democratic socialist thing it could be used against him by president trump four days later and we have a winner in the Iowa caucuses with former self and mayor pre bridges awarded thirteen delegates Sanders with twelve state Democratic Party chair try price we extended the deadline for presidential campaigns to file a re canvas OR recount campaigns now have absolute so noon on Monday to file a request so far no campaign is done so America is listening to fox news connected continues with one oh six one F. M. talk president trump visit Charlotte to host the summit on revitalizing low income communities the official title opportunity now the.

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"g. pressman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"g. pressman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You're listening to All Things Considered from NPR news to Britain now where political journalists this week boycotted a briefing with prime minister Boris Johnson a few reporters were told they were banned and then the rest of the assembled press corps walked out in solidarity tensions between Downing Street and the media were already running high either prime minister has faced criticism for trying to control coverage I has to rest miss Nelson a professor of political communication at Oxford to put this into context starting with warring certain reporters certain news organizations had been singled out by Downing Street it's a mixed list I would say I mean several of the organizations that were on the list have a left leaning audience an editorial line the Daily Mirror in particular have had several run ins with the Conservative Party in with the prime minister also during the election campaign itself but there are also several to the centrist outlets like the independent for example who have no particular run ins the principal here for journalists being that in a democracy with a free press the government should not be allowed to pick and choose who reports on the government but will this solidarity last do you think even if it means losing access it's gonna be hard in the long run reality will assert itself and as usual one copy reporters will one stories and there is only one number ten but there are many outlets here in Washington the president has a tradition of holding on the day that the president delivers the state of the union address an off the record lunch with major TV news anchors and that happened as usual yesterday but CNN was excluded other news anchors went along there did not boycott what do you think explains a situation here in Washington playing out quite differently from from what you have watched unfolding in London this week probably Roche in overtime trump has been pretty good for the media in terms of driving a tension or audience ratings it's hard to imagine that made job that's what want to contemplate a situation where they don't have the access that they required to do their journalism in that sense we're still in a good position in the UK and I think it's quite encouraging to see that both outlets that are critical of the government like the left leaning guardian but also outlets that are quite supportive of the government like the conservative leaning daily telegraph have joined the boycott here and decided that they put their joint interest in the free press having access to government sources I hit of any ideological differences in political sympathies and again it sounds as though you are questioning whether three years from now three years into right prime minister Boris Johnson whether the press might react somewhat differently I think it's really worth remembering the political context here is that this is the honeymoon period for minister was just one election victory who has this party United behind him if any of those two things changes if the prime minister suddenly faces a more effective political opposition or for that matter faces the kind of internal party rivalries that have been the undoing of so many recent conservative prime ministers then all of a sudden political journalists and editors will have their abundant choice of sources and the ability of number ten to control the narrative will be much reduced in number ten will have a resurgent interest in being in good standings on good food with major outlets where is the British public on this are they supportive of the press or the prime minister or some combination the more the majority the British public have a dim view of politicians almost as dim view of journalists and the news media and I think if they heard about an incident like this it would just confirm their suspicions that both politicians and journalists are carrying on with things that are of little concern to people in their daily lives Pressman Nielsen from the Reuters institute for the study.

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The Business Behind The Color Of The Year

The Indicator from Planet Money

06:25 min | 2 years ago

The Business Behind The Color Of The Year

"Today's indicator is Nineteen Dash Forty fifty. Two that is the exact shade of Pantheon's official color of this year classic blue and it had a lot of competition. Pantalone has identified more than twenty three hundred colors. It print them out on its famous color chips in a factory in New Jersey. Pretty the people that work there have special vision tests that ensure their ability to expertly distinguish subtle differences in shade and tone. Laurie pressman is is the vice president of the Pan Tone Color Institute. She's worked there for twenty years. She's been there basically since Pinto unsorted picking out. Its colors at the year. She is a bona fide color expert. So I- astor astor. Radio and color is a color. I asked her to describe classic blue to somebody who could not see it so when we think about classic Blue Tanto One thousand nine hundred fifty two classic blue. If you think about the sky at dusk think about a blue that speaks to the end of the day. It has that that reassuring qualities that we associate with blue. The dependability the stability. Because it's something that we see every day and yet there's a little bit more color depth to it. There's a little bit of a a red undertone but please don't mistake this classic shade to be that Cardigan sweater or that university jacket. Because it's more more modern I was just GonNa say like Navy blue. Yeah I was just GonNa say that. That's a fascinating. Look into the mind of a color expert right. I mean I don't know anything about color As you know card if I were like black and gray basically every day I try to blend in with the pavement but as I was looking at this colored there was something striking about even to my untutored eye. And that was that you know the colors for the last few years have been very vibrant and lively and this one just isn't last caller was called living coral bright and lively In two thousand eighteen there was pretty lavender color your before that was this kind of Kermit. The Frog Green and then they came out with classic blue and I wanted to ask ask her about it because it just looked so kinda Blah yeah this blues like it doesn't seem that young to me. It seems a little Lake Doc. It's the color of my bank card. Now see okay and I say you have to go back to the red. And that's the really interesting I would say taint or undertone or influence to this color so I don't think of it as corporate you know this is not your IBM blue. That's not what this is. This is a really fresh and more vibrant blue so it has all those great things that we love about the blues. The reassurance the calm that we're looking for the confidence inspiring us to connect at the same time. There's an energy I don't know it looks like a bank card to me. Here's here's a sample of the color which Panta sent me so this is printed out on their printers and I am now putting my chase bank card right on top of it. And they're close. I think the chase bank blue is slightly darker but other than that distinct cards more vibrant. I think you're right and it's more metallic I don't know honestly when you I know. Pan Tone has turned and color precision into this multi million dollar business companies from all over the world in all kinds of industries. Actually pay pan tone to help them choose colors for their logos and their spring bring lines and their packaging and their products. Barbie Victoria's secret tiffany schweppes. They have all worked with Pan Tone to develop their signature color color. The year is supposed to be more of a cultural statement though. Panton collects data from all over the world to see what colors are being used and tries to think about why certain colors are becoming more popular. What what are you looking to to get that? It's really product what we're seeing in movies. It's art you know it. All the different materials we see coming through do all the different Focus on different travel destinations and once the color set everybody pays attention. That's according to Regina Blah's check. She is a professor of business history at the University of Leeds. And she's the author of the Color Revolution. She says hand tones color of the year becomes kind of celebrity within the industry. I think antone has made a color into a celebrity for this for this year. I think I think that's what it's about and much like celebrity. Classic blue has some high profile haters a lot of articles of come out saying Classic Lewis Boring and Corporate Regina's. Yes it is and it was really a brilliant choice my lean. Okay okay so I am so interested here because to me it just looks like my bank card like it is. That's what caught your bank card and I think that's the whole point is it. Looks like your bank card. It looks like the IBM I b. m. logo it looks like the binders that are lining up here in my office. It's very safe very safe and very secure and very very familiar. And I think what they're suggesting is that in this era of turmoil that we need to have there is a desire an underlying desire to move towards some stability and that Bankcard blue suggests that stability and it is bankcard blue that will be featured in a million million product meetings all over the world as clothing companies home decor companies carmakers hotels electronics makers and countless other businesses. Consider it in their buying decisions. Any business today Who is concerned with producing products for the consumer is concerned with with the latest color trends? If you're an Taylor or banana republics you WANNA be on trends you WANNA follow the trend and so and and what do you think uh of classic blood you like it. I think it's an interesting color. I like blue. I wear blue and green and pink. Because I'm blonde so works for me. Oh interesting saying okay Do you buy stuff and classic blue. I just bought a classic Blue Blazer. So I'm all set you did is it. And by the way Cardiff Panton does not just consider classic blue a color. It's a whole experience in ambience. They sent a box of like a handled handled. It's like the smell of classic blue and some Jelly that's the taste of classic blue and was also blue and grows Sorry and the feel of classical and they also have the sound of classic blue. It's so here is the song that is supposed to be the sound of classic blue

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Classic Blue is Pantone Color Institute’s color of the year

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Classic Blue is Pantone Color Institute’s color of the year

"The color is classic blue not navy not indigo more like the color of blue berries the vice president of the Pantone color institute Laurie Pressman says classic blue is calming and confident reducing stress and harkening back to a time when life was simpler and no it's not a political statement as some people think Pressman and her team scour the worlds of art fashion commercial design and home to core to make their annual color selection last year it was living coral I'm Jackie Quinn

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"g. pressman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"g. pressman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"So this lawyer David Pressman swam to John you because the one I'm in room shawl and suggested that some people might think that vendor men could have committed espionage when he advise Ukraine while undermining trump's policies working in the trunk White House so drive your was offered an opinion and by the way John you was not the only one to offer this opinion I've had the emails from lieutenant colonels and majors people military I know who think it's worse than that I've had emails are military people think women should be court martialed for what he's admitted to doing but what you're always talking about his one man one very proudly said that he told the new Ukrainian president a couple pieces of advice don't get involved in American domestic policy and don't forget the Russians remember we'll heard from Texas a wall which when you met the new Ukrainian president what what was it a one on one then when we were we were in a bilateral group but a lot of people in the room is that when you gave this advice for the Ukrainian did anybody over here you'll give this advice to quit hello so all John you're dead was offer his opinion that is been backed up by many people that Veneman could've committed espionage because he's advising the Ukraine president essentially not to go along with president trump it's a valid opinion is it not but this one is upset that this opinion is merging is a reputation in the letter Veneman's attorney wrote this segment was not true it is not been repeated by some of the most powerful people in the world and it's causing lieutenant colonel vendor.

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The Suitcase Murder

True Crime Brewery

13:45 min | 2 years ago

The Suitcase Murder

"Welcome to hurry. I'm Jill and I'm Dick the bill and Melanie McGuire were an attractive couple in their thirties. They had two young sons to successful careers and they just disclosed and a five hundred thousand dollar home when bill disappeared. Melanie told their friends that they had fought on the night when they closed on their new home bill bill had physically attacked her and walked out telling her he was done with her buildings seem like the type of guy who would hit his wife and lead his children behind but Melanie insisted that he had hit her and walked out on his family. She even went to court and took out a restraining order against bill as the days passed did no one heard from bill. Melanie appeared to be moving on with her life without him but bills family and friends were worried bill had been a gambler may get pissed off the wrong people then a bizarre story got everyone's attention. I A Kenneth Cole suitcase was found in Virginia Beach and it contained aimed a pair of bloodless male human legs that had been severed at the knees one week later Virginia Beach Police recovered a second suitcase that was part of the same in Kenneth Cole set it held a five pound weight black trash bags and more human remains this time it was a man's head in torso but here this man was and when he had been killed were still unknown then the third last suitcase was recovered within two weeks it contains the man's hips and thighs. Virginia Beach Police launched an extensive investigation to identify the victim and identified him as Bill McGuire join us at the quiet in today for a very haunting case that became known as the suitcase murder well respected fertility nurse Melanie he McGuire was accused of her husband's murder and dismemberment and she faced life in prison. Although her attorney would argue her innocence a complex unraveling reveling of the facts would reveal a twisted murder plot which grew from infidelity greed and hate New Jersey case means new New Jersey near yeah figured I'm assuming she killed him in New Jersey. That's the belief yes. She didn't dump his body parts in New Jersey. I don't think now aw but the killing was done so I picked a beer called head high which is brewed by Kane Brewing Company in Ocean New Jersey Far Southern Jersey assist the shore head high is an American. It A in at six point six percent alcohol by volume pretty nice beer hazy orange colour. You're a whitehead some pretty lace aroma of citrus and pine. We have a citrus taste upfront grapefruit and tangerine primarily then some pine nine overlaps and Caramel Mo- nicely hop beer good bitterness the nice beer more vo west coast. IPA TRY IT. That sounds Cilicia. I love that kind of beer. This is your Beer Jill. Yes okay. Let's open that up right away. All right lead the way why down to the quiet end in you can begin our story. Bill McGuire was born in nineteen sixty four in river edge. New Jersey the two older sisters his father worked as a pressman for the New York. Times and his mother stayed home with kids. A billy was the baby of the family family. He got a lot of attention. Here's a cute but very rambunctious kid now when he was four years old his parents divorced bill's mother had to take a job to support the children so she worked the night shift wild bill's oldest sister. Cindy babysat her siblings the Mon- Work Six nights a week so Sunday began to feel like she was a second mother to Bill Leeann. I think bill really looked at her that way even as an adult or you're she had a very maternal influence on his life and when bill was twelve his sister. Cindy moved out and married a guy named bill. Gosh he was an older man who was a pharmacist first and then bills other sister. Nancy moved out as well. Their parents had divorced and remarried a few times so it was very unstable. Environment Sir remarried controller yes back and forth while and Nancy would later accused their father of sexually abusing her too so there's a lot going on in the home sounds work so bill went to Catholic school and he was a decent B. Student. He was quite outgoing and a lot of friends when he was just fifteen ran ran away from home and went to live with Cindy and her husband and he did live with them for a while but eventually left after not following all of her household rules because Cindy was strict then after that he went to his sister Nancy but she didn't have room for him so for awhile bill lived with his high school coach and then he lived with the family of one of his best friends so this is kind of a hard scrabble life he had in his teens assurances. Just been a Roman around yeah. Yeah doesn't have any stability really not much now and we're not really sure what was going on in the home that he felt like he had to run away but it was probably tumultuous between the parents. I mean just the fact that they were together the not together then together the not together. I mean that's that's in stable ripple enough her unstable enough by itself. Yes absolutely so bill was living with his friend. Lenny and his parents and Lenny's twelve year old sister Marcie Darcy got a really big crush on bill so after graduating in nineteen eighty two bill joined the navy thought it would give him some direction in life leaving both his high school girlfriend behind and young Marcy. He broke two hearts when he left the navy bill made friends with a guy named Joe Rice Ace. He was another recruit who was three years older at first. Joe Thought that bill was kind of obnoxious because he was always showing off and telling jokes but then the two men eventually became close friends and bill was very well dressed and bought himself a Camaro which he shouldn't have been able to afford he would admit to Joe that he was opening up checking accounts in fake names and writing bad checks in order to finance the lifestyle that he wanted to live Marino. I got certain needs in my life. I'm just gonNA write checks. I think that's the way he looked at it and remember this is a guy who didn't have much guidance right and he he was really taken with having things that he had had growing up so not to make excuses because it really wasn't a good thing to do of course of course yeah but now that's what he did so in nineteen eighty five. I guess he's been in the service for about three years at this point bill's girlfriend from back home. Lisa flew down in Norfolk to Sam on a weekend. Leave a few months later bill visit Lisa in Vernon New Jersey but their relationship came to an end over well he was in New Jersey Bill. Marcy asked her out on a date and then he and Marcie gradually became a couple and kept in touch with pitcher yes so after Joe Rice married his girlfriend he told bill about how much more money would be making his naval marriage benefits his income nearly doubled after near his girlfriend and then it wasn't too long after that when bill decided to ask Marcie Mary him so a lot of people thought bill just did that to make more money. Let's the impression absolutely his buddies. Tahoe are almost doubled my income so bill's Franken. That's brewing right. We'll marcy was younger though she just graduated from high school but she was very very taken with bill and she accepted did his proposal and she moved down to Virginia to live with bill and to go to College Marsin Bill secretly married in a civil ceremony and then they moved into into a one bedroom apartment together nineteen ninety bill left the navy after earning his associate's degree from tidewater Community College Bill Dylan Marcy Move to Edison New Jersey and he started attending rutgers university where he was going to study pharmacology bill and Marcy moved into an apartment and both took jobs in local restaurants to pay the bills but bill is unhappy then he wanted to split up nineteen ninety two he left. Marcy surprised her. I guess pretty much broker heart 'cause the next two years. She tried to win him back but bill never looked back at Marcy. Who's WHO's dating new women again almost right away after the break-up yeah he had already really checked out of the marriage and then in the summer of nineteen ninety four for a friend of bills introduced him to Melanie slate. The two were attracted to each other and they seem to have a lot in common. They seem to really make a good match. Watch so a little bit about Melanie. Melanie Lynn slate was born in nineteen seventy two in Ridgewood New Jersey. Her father left her mother. When Melanie Melanie was still a baby and then he died a few years later from cancer. Melanie's mother Linda moved back into her appearance on with her daughter and Melanie's Janis Aunts and grandmother helped to raise her her mother. Linda can you to her secretarial job in Manhattan and that's where she began having an affair with her boss Michael Caporetto and that would last for years and Years Melanie grew up beside Michael Cap narrows son Michael Junior and and when Captain Aero finally left his wife he and his son moved in with Linda Melanie but it certainly wasn't the ideal childhood. Her doesn't sound black. Does it now so the kids would go along with Lyndon Michael when they went to Atlantic City Michael Junior and Melanie. You were usually left alone in hotel. Rooms are pretty lengthy times while appearance gambled Michael Senior was such a high stakes gambler learn they were often given comte hotel suites in room service for the children. SA- gambling really can be a serious addiction. WHOA course I've never never really known anyone that has it by Sir with sound of surprise well after I read about this I looked into some other issues with that and children and there is a problem in Atlantic City and Las Vegas of people just Kinda dumping their kids and running off to gamble for days at a time were very often read stories about the type of thing apparent has come the gamble and just dump the kids somewhere. You're gives them a few dollars. Say go under around how fine the gamble one. I think forget about their kids. They get so involved in it because there have been instances was reading about where children have been molested or even kidnapped napped. You know little girls using the restroom in a casino by themselves ECORSE. That's not why s- some horrible things have happened because of this so the only thing I can think is it must be a very strong addiction like drugs for people to leave their kids like that sure immune. A lot of these people are normally holly good parents but this is how Michael and Melanie grew up with a lot of that now even though their parents had some money and they were comps suites they were still abandoned on their own so they became very self sufficient these kids. I guess that's the good part about it. Melanie was really an excellent student and issue reached her teens. She was a beautiful girl. She had long wavy brown hair and a petite figure. She became very self confident and was very flirtatious with the boys at school. Some of the other girls disliked her but melanie had an outward kind. Mr Mr Personality too and she often took weaker girls under her weighing in offered advice on advice and support now. She is an attractive woman you you compare it to an actress. who was that well at Harry? I just mentioned that she looked like what's her name. Marielle and Muster Antonio Veterinary Curry something master Antonio Okay so an actress from like the eighties here yeah yes so she's a good looking woman and she had a lot of freedom when she she was a teenager so that could be a bad combination all this free of within attractive teenage girl she last virginity on a trip to Mexico when she was just thirteen eighteen years old because she and Michael Junior were going out to nightclubs and bars they were just on their own on these vacations so she hooked up with with a Lerman lost her virginity at a young age and then Melanie also began to gamble and she became promiscuous. She slept with older teens when young men who buttered gifts and took her out to fancy restaurants. She was almost like an escort in her teens with some of these older guys and she was his proud of it. She bragged about having affairs with two of her married high schoolteachers as well something to brag about. Isn't it on your teenage girl. 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Luxury Icon Barneys Declares Chapter 11, Seeks Buyer

Business Wars Daily

04:09 min | 3 years ago

Luxury Icon Barneys Declares Chapter 11, Seeks Buyer

"<music> uh from wondering i'm david brown and this is business daily on this wednesday august twenty first luxury retailer barneys filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy last week following rampant speculation now the question is why what exactly is is causing the downfall of one of america's best known high fashion institutions will i the facts barney's isn't liquidating at least not right now. The retailer taylor is closing fifteen out of its twenty two stores and most of its outlets but it managed to eek out a seventy five million dollar loan to help it meet its existing commitments according waiting to c._n._n. It'll use some of that money to keep its flagship downtown manhattan location open the rest it will use to restructure pay employees and suppliers and maintain gene operations while it looks for a buyer the dire straits barney's finds itself in our apparent to anyone who window shops on the website. You don't need to physically walk into the elegant manhattan department store to understand what's happening. Virtual sale racks on barney's site offer deals up to seventy five percent off turning a thousand dollar jersey hoodie into a steel at only four hundred dollars and poplin shirtdress into a half price bargain and only five hundred dollars barneys has never shied away from high prices for decades. It's wealthy customers. We're happy to pay for the retailers edgy designer wear but the marketplace has changed dramatically and today high i fashioned and it's cheaper knockoffs or available in many more places including high growth rental operations like stitch fix and rent the runway there millennials millennials can try out luxury garments without making enormous financial commitments as they must at barney's and then there are the economics of hedge fund ownership and real estate. The bankruptcy courts are littered with retailers owned by private equity and hedge funds in that model barney's is no different but it was was real estate that tipped the shaky company over the edge. It was unable to come to an agreement with its manhattan. Landlord rent on barney's flagship store on madison. Avenue is said to have doubled thirty million dollars in recent months. The company owes more than ten million back rent according to bankruptcy documents but observers also say that changes in the culture and the market have left barney's behind critics say it's avant-garde fashion caters to baby boomers but not to the younger shoppers it needs that means sustainable sourcing for one and robust instagram and online presence possibly paired with show rooms all of which barney's lax axe but if barney's failed to attract younger shoppers are those the real reasons. Why is it that millennials. Jazzy consumers aren't as interested in designer clothing as as their older counterparts or maybe as a young op ed writer for the washington post grow a few months ago. Millennials are simply broke drowning in college edged and high housing costs according to the company it was nineteen twenty-three that barney pressman pond his wife's engagement ring to build the very first barney's at the time time a discount store and over the last century it became the place to go a fashion brand with unparalleled service a store like no other as c._n._n. Wrote barney's bankruptcy may have been inevitable but it doesn't mean it's not sad from one this business wars daily. Hey if you like our show share with a friend would you you can do it right for most podcast apps and we sure appreciate pitcher word of mouth through would've app. I'm david brown in the studio wearing a pair of porn blue jeans and sneakers. Pay back with you yeah.

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"g. pressman" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"g. pressman" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Dr pressman, just about everyone would like to enhance their energy levels, fight fatigue, and feel stronger talking coq ten plus resveratrol blend do that. I know they call it their coq daily super boost formula. But how does it work? Well, it's very interesting. It combines some really amazing nutrients, specifically coenzyme, q, ten and resveratrol, and number of other nutrients, we'll talk about later that support your health and energy, and that's the bottom line you looking. What we call the advantage of combining the very nutrient that creates your body's energy, coq ten with the benefits of resveratrol, the energy, the stamina, that comes with it, and it's an unbeatable combination that gives you this advantage, this cardiovascular system benefit, benefits to your brain, cognitive performance, your skin, aerobic capacity. It supports normal enzymatic activity throughout the body. It's just an amazing combination. And that's why we call it the advantage. I love the fact that in the new coq resveratrol super formula from purity products, you combine the coq ten with resveratrol, now, the resveratrol, the key molecule found in red wine, which they're studying at Harvard, and I know that it activates genes. For those who've just tuned in talk to us about all the excitement surrounding resveratrol, and why you specifically wanted in this formula, the researchers at Harvard under the leadership of Dr David Sinclair, this is what they found. Caloric restriction, eating less, slows the pace of aging. That's pretty darn. Impressive, and what they found in laboratory studies of animals, is that an extended life span, and it appeared that caloric restriction eating less food than you're eating right now by a certain percentage increases your lunch jeopardy, you live longer. It increases the activity of what we call a long jetty, gene. They get switched on. They help improve metabolism. It increases your ability to cope, your ability to adapt. In fact, this gene helps increase tissue repair, and it's switched on by group of genes called, sir. And now they found two things at Harvard. Number one, caloric restriction increases, these lunge, Eddie genes these two well, so does resveratrol, at least in their animal studies, and this is exactly why resveratrol has been making all these worldwide headlines, because if it works in Uman as it doesn't he's animals and I'm optimistic it will it represents an entirely new approach to managing health and wellness where we potentially use attritional compound, like resveratrol to selectively target the. Exact genes associated with these various areas of improvement in our house in our aging, and our longevity. The president. You say that coq ten holds and elite status in the nutritional supplements industry because it's been so well documented so well researched. You call this evidence-based nutrition, maybe gives a brief overview of the research and explain why coq ten research is so widely respected. Well, let's go back nineteen fifty seven university of Wisconsin. The Nobel prize for Peter Mitchell in nineteen seventy eight the university of Texas, medical school, Purdue University in Indiana, Stockholm university in Sweden, the great study recently at the university of Ancona in Italy on, might oh, conjul energy and co Q ten university of Granada in Spain talking about coq ten being a powerful antioxidant articles published constantly throughout the world, the archives of biochemistry bio, synthesis. The proceedings of the National Academy of sciences major studies major universities right here in the United States and abroad. The bottom.

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"g. pressman" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"g. pressman" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Pressman, just about everyone would like to enhance their energy levels, fight fatigue, and feel stronger how computers co Q ten plus virtual do that. I know they call it their coq daily super boost formula. But how does it work? Well, it's very interesting. Combined, some really amazing nutrients, specifically coenzyme q, ten and resveratrol, and a number of other nutrients, we'll talk about later that support your health and energy, and that's the bottom line. You're looking at what we call the advantage of combining the very nutrient that creates your body's energy, coq ten with the benefits of resveratrol, the energy, the stamina, that comes with it, and it's an unbeatable combination that gives you this advantage, this cadio-vascular system benefit benefits to your brain, cognitive performance, your skin, aerobic capacity. It's normal enzymatic activity throughout the body. It's just an amazing combination. And that's why we call it the advantage that I love the fact that in the new coq resveratrol super formula from purity products, combine, the coq ten with virtual now there was virtual chemo, you'll found in red wine, which they're studying at Harvard, and I know that it activates genes, for those just tuned in talk to us about all the excitement surrounding resveratrol, and why you specifically wanted. In this formula. Researchers at Harvard under the leadership of Dr David Sinclair, this is what they found. Caloric restriction, eating less, slows the pace of aging. That's pretty darn impressive. And what they found in laboratory studies of animals is that extended life span, and it appeared that caloric restriction eating less food than you're eating right now by certain percentage increases your at one jeopardy. You'll live longer. It increases the activity of what we call on jeopardy, gene. They get switched on help improve metabolism. It increases your ability to cope, your ability to adapt. In fact, this gene helps increase tissue repair, and it's switched on by group of genes called, sir. And now they found two things at Harvard. Number one, caloric restriction increases, these lunge ebony Jane's, these two well, so does reservoir troll, at least in their animal's studies? And this is exactly why resveratrol has been making all these worldwide headlines, because if it works in Uman's as it doesn't he's animals, and I'm out. The mystic. It will it represents an entirely new approach to managing health and wellness where we potentially use attritional compound, like reservoir ritual to selectively target the exact genes associated with these various areas of improvement than our health and our aging, and our longevity. Now that the president, you say that coq ten elite status in the nutritional supplements industry, because it's been so well documented, so well researched e call this evidence-based nutrition, maybe gives a brief overview of the research lane. Why co Q ten research is so widely respected. Well, let's go back. Nineteen fifty seven university of Wisconsin. The Nobel prize for Peter Mitchell in nineteen seventy eight the university of Texas, medical school, Purdue University in Indiana, Stockholm university in Sweden, the great study recently at the university of Ancona in Italy on might Okon drill energy and co Q sent university of Granada in Spain talking about coq ten being a powerful antioxidant articles published constantly throughout the world, the archives of biochemistry and bio, synthesis. The proceedings of the National Academy of sciences major studies major universities right here in the United States and abroad, the bottom line, and these studies energetics, might oh, Qendra without co Q ten you don't have energy come.

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"g. pressman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"g. pressman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Docket pressman, just about everyone would like to enhance their energy levels, fight fatigue, and feel stronger. So how can Purity's coq ten plus resveratrol blend do that? I know they call it their coq daily super boost formula. But how does it work? Well, it's very interesting. It combines some really amazing nutrients, specifically, coenzyme, q, ten and resveratrol, and a number of other. Nutrients, we'll talk about later. That's a port your health and energy. And that's the bottom line. You're looking at what we call the advantage of combining the very nutrient that creates your body's energy, coq ten with the benefits of resveratrol, the energy, the stamina, that comes with it, and it's an unbeatable combination that gives you this advantage, this cardiovascular system benefit, benefits to your brain, cognitive performance, your skin, aerobic capacity its imports normal enzymatic activity throughout the body. It's just an amazing combination and that's why we called it the advantage. I love the fact that in the new coq resveratrol super formula from purity products, you combine the coq ten with resveratrol. Now, the key molecule found in red wine for those who've just tuned in talk to us about all the excitement surrounding resveratrol, and why you specifically wanted it in this formula. The researchers at Harvard under the leadership of Dr David Sinclair, this is what they found. Caloric restriction, eating less, slows the pace of aging. That's pretty darn impressive. And what they found in laboratory studies of animals, is that an extended lifespan, and it appeared that caloric restriction, eating less food than you're eating right now by certain percentage increases your longevity. You'll live longer. It increases the activity of what we call a long jetty, gene. They get switched on. They help improve metabolism. It increases your ability to cope, your ability to adapt. In fact, this gene helps increase tissue repair, and it's switched on by a group of genes called, sir tunes. Now they found two things at Harvard. Number one, caloric restriction increases these longevity genes, these tunes. Well, so does reservoir role, at least in their animal studies, and this is exactly why res- various roles been making all these worldwide headlines because if. It works in Uman's as it does, and these animals, and I'm optimistic it will it represents an entirely new approach to managing health and wellness where we potentially use attritional compound, like resveratrol for Soglo, actively target the exact genes associated with these various areas of improvement than our health and our aging, and our longevity. Now that the president, you say that coq ten holds an elite status in the nutritional supplements industry, because it's been so, well, documented, and so, well reads, there's maybe he gives a brief overview of the research and explain why co Q ten research is so widely respected. Well, let's go back nineteen fifty seven university of Wisconsin. The Nobel prize for Peter Mitchell in nineteen seventy eight the university of Texas medical school, Purdue University, and Indiana University of Granada in Spain talking about coq ten being a powerful antioxidant, his major studies, major universities right here in the United States in abroad. The bottom line in these studies energetics, mitochondria.

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"g. pressman" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"g. pressman" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Once again, we're talking with Dr Allan pressman pressman, just about everyone would like to enhance their energy levels fight fatigue and feel stronger. So how can coq ten plus resveratrol blend do that? I know they call it their coq daily super boost formula. But how does it work? Well, it's very interesting. It combines some really amazing nutrients, specifically coenzyme q ten and resveratrol and a number of other nutrients, we'll talk about later that support your health and energy. And that's the bottom line. You're looking at what we call the advantage of combining the very nutrient that creates your body's energy coq ten with the benefits of respiratory all the energy, the stamina that comes with it. And it's an unbeatable combination that gives you this advantage this cadio-vascular system benefit benefits to your brain cognitive. Performance your skin, aerobic capacity. It supports normal enzymatic activity throughout the body. It's just an amazing combination. And that's why we call it the advantage. That's the president. I love the fact that in the new coq resveratrol super formula from purity products, combine the coq ten with resveratrol now virtual the key molecule found in red wine, which they're studying at Harvard, and I know that attack debates genes for those who've just tuned in talk to us about all the excitement surrounding resveratrol. And why you specifically wanted in this formula? Well, let me tell you the researchers at Harvard under the leadership of Dr David Sinclair, this is what they found caloric restriction eating less slows the pace of aging. That's pretty darn impressive. And what they found in laboratory studies of animals is that an extended lifespan, and it appeared that caloric restriction eating less food than you're eating right now by a certain percentage increases your lunch jeopardy. You'll live longer. It increases the activity of what we call a longevity. Gene. They get switched on. They help improve metabolism. It increases your ability to cope your ability to adapt. In fact, this gene helps increase tissue repair. And it's switched on by a group of genes called sir to and now they found two things at Harvard. Number one, caloric restriction increases these longevity genes, these are two well, so does reservoir trawl at least in their animal studies. And this is exactly why res- varicella it's been making all these worldwide headlines because if it works in Uman's as it does and these animals, and I'm optimistic it will it represents an entirely new approach to managing health and wellness where we potentially use attritional compound like resveratrol, physical actively target the exact genes associated with these various areas of improvement than our health and our aging and our longevity. Well, now that the president you say that coq ten holds an elite status in the nutritional supplements industry because it's been so well documented so well researched. You call this. Evidence-based nutrition. Maybe give gives a brief overview of the research and explain why co Q ten research is so widely respected. Well, let's go back. Nineteen fifty seven university of Wisconsin the Nobel prize for Peter Mitchell in nineteen seventy eight the university of Texas medical school, Purdue University in Indiana, Stockholm university in Sweden, the great study recently at the university of Ancona in Italy on mytalk conjul energy and co Q ten university of Granada in Spain talking about coq ten being a powerful antioxidant articles published constantly throughout the world the archives of biochemistry and via synthesis. The proceedings of the National Academy of sciences major studies major universities right here in the United States and abroad, the bottom line in.

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"g. pressman" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"g. pressman" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Once again, we're talking with Dr Allan pressman pressman, just about everyone would like to enhance their energy levels fight fatigue and feel stronger. How can Purity's coq ten plus resveratrol blend do that? I know they call it their coq daily super boost formula, but has it work. Well, it's very interesting. It combines some really amazing nutrients, specifically coenzyme q ten and risk. Patrol and a number of other nutrients, we'll talk about later that support your health and energy. And that's the bottom line. You're looking at what we call the advantage of combining the very nutrient that creates your body's energy coq ten with the benefits of respirator, all the energy, the stamina that comes with it. And it's an unbeatable combination that gives you this advantage, this cardiovascular system benefit benefits to your brain, cognitive performance, your skin eroded capacity, it supports normal enzymatic activity throughout the body. It's just an amazing combination. And that's why we called it. The advantage president. I love the fact that in the new coq resveratrol super formula from purity products, you combine the coq ten with resveratrol now virtual the key molecule found in red wine, which they're studying at Harvard and another that activates genes for those who've just tuned in talk to us about all the excitement surrounding resveratrol. And why you specifically wanted it in this formula? Well, let me tell you the researchers at Harvard under the leadership of Dr David Sinclair, this is what they found. Found caloric restriction eating less slows the pace of aging. That's pretty darn impressive. And what they found in laboratory studies of animals is that it extended lifespan, and it appeared that caloric restriction eating less food than you're eating right now by a certain percentage increases your longevity. You'll live longer. It increases the activity of what we call a longevity, gene. They get switched on. They help improve metabolism. It increases your ability to cope your ability to adapt. In fact, this gene helps increase tissue repair. And it's switched on by group of genes called sir to and now they found two things at Harvard. Number one, caloric restriction increases these longevity genes, these are two inch. Well, so does reservoir trial at least in their animal studies. And this is exactly why res- various it's been making all these worldwide headlines because if it works in humans, as it doesn't he's animals, and I'm optimistic it will it represents an entirely new approach to managing health and wellness where we potentially. We use attritional compound like resveratrol to selectively target the exact genes associated with these various areas of improvement in our health and our aging and our longevity. The president you say that coq ten holds an elite status in the nutritional supplements industry because it's been so well documented and so well researched e call this evidence-based nutrition. Maybe give us a brief overview of the research and explain why co Q ten research is so widely respected. Well, let's go back. Nineteen fifty seven university of Wisconsin the Nobel prize for Peter Mitchell in nineteen seventy eight the university of Texas medical school, Purdue University in Indiana, Stockholm university in Sweden, the great study recently at the university of Ancona in Italy on motto conjul energy and co Q ten university of Granada in Spain talking about coq ten being a powerful antioxidant articles published constantly throughout the world the archives of biochemistry and bio, synthesis. The proceedings of the National Academy of sciences major studies major universities right here in the United States and abroad, the bottom line in these studies energetics, mitochondria without co Q ten you don't have energy.

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"g. pressman" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"g. pressman" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Once again, we're talking with Dr Allan pressman, Dr pressman, just about everyone would like to enhance their energy levels fight fatigue and feel stronger. So how can Purity's coq ten plus resveratrol blend do that? I know they call it their coq daily super boost formula. But how does it work? Well, it's very interesting. It combines some really amazing nutrients, specifically coenzyme q ten and resveratrol and a number of other nutrients, we'll talk about later that support your health and energy. And that's the bottom line. You're looking at what we call the advantage of combining the very nutrient that creates your body's energy coq ten with the benefits of resveratrol, the energy, the stamina that comes with it. And it's an unbeatable combination that. Gives you this advantage, this cardiovascular system benefit benefits to your brain, cognitive performance, your skin, aerobic capacity. It supports normal enzymatic activity throughout the body. It's just an amazing combination. And that's why we call it the advantage. You know, I love the fact that in the new coq resveratrol super formula from purity products, you combine the co Q ten with resveratrol. Now, the virtual the key molecule found in red wine, which they're studying at Harvard, and I know that it activates genes for those who've just tuned in talk to us about all the excitement surrounding resveratrol. And why you specifically wanted it in this formula? Well, let me tell you the researchers at Harvard under the leadership of Dr David Sinclair, this is what they found caloric restriction eating less slows the pace of aging. That's pretty darn impressive. And what they found in laboratory studies of animals is that an extended lifespan, and it appeared that caloric restriction eating less food than you're eating right now by. A certain percentage increases your longevity. You'll live longer. It increases the activity of what we call a longevity, gene. They get switched on. They help improve metabolism. It increases your ability to cope your ability to adapt. In fact, this gene helps increase tissue repair. And it's switched on by a group of genes called shirt tunes. Now, they found two things at Harvard. Number one, caloric restriction increases these longevity genes these tunes. Well, so does reservoir troll at least in their animal studies. And this is exactly why res- virtual it's been making all these worldwide headlines because if it works in humans as it does and these animals, and I'm optimistic it will it represents an entirely new approach to managing health and wellness where we potentially use attritional compound like res- virtual to selectively target the exact genes associated with these various areas of improvement than our health and our aging and our longevity. Well, the president you say that coq ten hold elite status in the nutritional supplements industry because it's been so well documented and so well researched. You call this evidence-based nutrition. Maybe can give us a brief overview of the research and explain why co Q ten research is so widely respected. Well, let's go back. Nineteen fifty seven university of Wisconsin the Nobel prize for Peter Mitchell in nineteen seventy eight the university of Texas medical school, Purdue University in Indiana, Stockholm university in Sweden, the great study recently at the university of Ancona in Italy on might Okon GIO energy and co Q ten university of Granada in Spain talking about coq ten being a powerful antioxidant articles published constantly throughout the world the archives of biochemistry Enviro, synthesis. The proceedings of the National Academy of sciences major studies major universities right here in the United States in abroad, the bottom line in these studies energetics, mitochondria. Without co Q.

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"g. pressman" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"g. pressman" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Once again, we're talking with Dr Allan pressman, Dr pressman, just about everyone would like to enhance their energy levels fight fatigue and feel stronger. So how can Purity's coq ten plus resveratrol blend do that? I know they call their coq daily super. Boost formula. But how does it work? Well, it's very interesting. It combines some really amazing nutrients, specifically coenzyme q ten and resveratrol and a number of other nutrients, we'll talk about later that support your health and energy. And that's the bottom line. You looking at what we call the advantage of combining the very nutrient that creates your body's energy coq ten with the benefits of respirator, all the energy, the stamina that comes with it. And it's an unbeatable combination that gives you this advantage, this cardiovascular system benefit benefits to your brain, cognitive performance, your skin, aerobic capacity. It supports normal enzymatic activity throughout the body. It's just an amazing combination. And that's why we call it the advantage. That's the president. You know, I love the fact that in the new coq resveratrol super formula from purity products, you combined the coq ten with resveratrol. Now, there is virtual the key molecule found in red wine, which they're studying at Harvard and another did activates genes for those who just tuned in talk. To us about all the excitement surrounding resveratrol. And why you specifically wanted it in this formula tell you the researchers at Harvard under the leadership of Dr David Sinclair, this is what they found caloric restriction eating less slows the pace of aging. That's pretty darn impressive. And what they found in laboratory studies of animals is that an extended lifespan, and it appeared that caloric restriction eating less food than you're eating right now by a certain percentage increases your longevity. You'll live longer. It increases the activity of what we call a longevity, gene. They get switched on. They help improve metabolism. It increases your ability to cope your ability to adapt. In fact, this gene helps increase tissue repair. And it's switched on by a group of genes called sir to and now they found two things at Harvard. Number one, caloric restriction increases these longevity genes, these are two well, so does reservoir ritual at least in their animal studies. And this is exactly why. Resveratrol. It's been making all these worldwide headlines because if it works in humans as it does and these animals, and I'm optimistic it will it represents an entirely new approach to managing health and wellness where we potentially use a Trishul compound like resveratrol to selectively target the exact genes associated with these various areas of improvement in our house in our aging and our longevity. Well, now that the president you say that cook ten holds an elite status in the nutritional supplements industry because it's been so well documented and so well researched you call this evidence-based nutrition. Maybe give us a brief overview of the research and explain why co Q ten research is so widely respected. Well, let's go back. Nineteen fifty seven university of Wisconsin the Nobel prize for Peter Mitchell in nineteen seventy eight the university of Texas medical school, Purdue University in Indiana, Stockholm university in Sweden the great study recently at the university of Ancona in Italy on mytalk conjul energy and co Q ten. University of Granada in Spain talking about coq ten being a powerful antioxidant articles published constantly throughout the world the archives of biochemistry and bio, synthesis. The proceedings of the National Academy of sciences major studies major universities right here in the United States and abroad, the bottom line in these studies energetics, mitochondria without co Q ten you don't have energy.

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"g. pressman" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"g. pressman" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Weather brought to you by Howard air whether replace a repair, call Howard air. It's five oh, wait time. Now for a look at your money from ABC news, Wall Street now stocks had small gains Friday after the Labor Department announced significantly stronger than expected jobs numbers for January US employers added three hundred four thousand positions, but all streets mood, kind of deflated as the day went on. The Dow went from being up more than one hundred thirty points to being down thirty eight it finished with a gain of sixty four the S and P five hundred picked up two points. The NASDAQ fell seventeen pulled down by shares of Amazon which dipped back into bear market territory losing five percents. The company issued weaker than expected revenue guidance for the first quarter on Monday. General Motors begins involuntary layoffs. The automakers expected to cut at least four thousand workers in Wisconsin, the Chinese company Foxconn says it's moving ahead with plans to build flat screen TV's at a new plants, but it's suggesting there may be fewer blue collar, manufacturing jobs and more higher skilled research, and engineering jobs than I thought when the Trump administration touted the ten billion dollar facility, Scott Goldberg. Berg ABC news. If you need more money news, just go to the copper point insurance business center at KTAR dot com right now. We're five minutes away for more with MAC and Gaydos. But now Jim Sharpe from Arizona's morning news. And his sharper point brought to you by Schwartz laser eye center. Again, this year, I invited Ron woolfe Lee former cardinals fullback and a man I call the most colorful color analyst in the NFL onto Arizona's morning news to educate our listeners on how to at least sound like they know what they're talking about it their neighborhood Super Bowl party. But as we found out we are educating morning news acre Jamie, west to just blurt out. Why they play it so much press Kober pressman, Russ. I gotta write this man cover. Okay. Why are they playing so much pressman pressman have coverage? Saving. You gotta say. Cover Jamie, usually insists on going to the movies while the Super Bowl is on. But wolf kept trying. This is all you have to look for one guy a guy that should be rushing. The passer drops off that's called the fires. Fires at all. If you just see that one time say to yourself. Four years older playing fire zones all over the place. You know, I don't know if the maniacal laugh is necessary. But finally, Ron woolfe Lee a man who played in more than one Pro Bowl says here's the secret to beating Tom Brady, and sounding brilliant, people will raise their eyebrows and nod in approval when you say this the way to beat Brady you still rush four drops of it. Yeah. There you go. That's a classic. When you don't know what to say say that. Okay. Because you don't what to say Russia Wardrop seven, Jerry rush. Four drops of it. Okay. Dropped seven. Yeah. Jamie. I hear aquaman is actually pretty good. I'm with you, Jamie. Honestly, enjoy the movies. Join Jim Sharpe. And Jamie west Monday morning at five for China's morning news here on KTAR news, five eleven speaking of the Super Bowl. Sometimes you just go for the party. Right. Well, what are you making for the Super Bowl this weekend? Turns out some states have very different tastes than others in the big game kicks off. And you're having that party. What big dish will you be eating Google has compiled a list of top Super Bowl food recipes that people have been searching for in Alaska. It's not chose in Texas. Spinach dip, Mississippi, white chicken chili but wait in California home of the Rams, it's baked chicken breasts and in Massachusetts patriots territory. Gluten free. Pretzels. At least there's Illinois where it's jalapeno poppers. Alex stone, ABC news, Los Angeles. Well, you know, the Phoenix Open and the Super Bowl are both this weekend and the number of people getting behind the wheel after drinking could increase. Arizona department of public safety's Frank mills said tells the Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes show, it is not worth the risk. You've got about five years on your insurance. You've probably gonna spend about ten thousand dollars on fines and a lawyer. It's an expensive evening versus fifteen bucks. For an Uber. Mel said says the other thing that will be increasing this busy weekend is the number of officers out looking for impaired drivers. The west valley is going to be filled with Kelly Clarkson fans, she's.

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Harley-Davidson & moving production overseas

Colorado's Morning News

03:29 min | 4 years ago

Harley-Davidson & moving production overseas

"In europe to manufacturing facilities outside the us thus avoiding retaliatory tariffs on us goods spurred by president trump's tariffs on european steel and aluminum grand thornton chief economist diane swonk says us br brands like harley are operating in a global economy island in fact we are part of a global economy when you're part of a global economy you're gonna find it you know if something happens abroad it does ripple up on your source richard cantu abc news and joining us now to talk about the economy tariffs jobs and the like we check in with an economist from colorado state university professor steve pressman but good morning professor thanks for having me so we've heard of a couple of companies harley davidson may be the biggest that saying we've gotta move manufacturing overseas so we don't get hit with a thirty one percent tariff dc more of that happening with other companies looks looks at this point very bad it seems we're on the brink of a trade war with not just china but with the rest of the world this is not gonna turn out good and this is hurting it professor it seems like the people that the president keeps wanting to uplift the workers that that this is hurting people if you wanna say middle america that have these jobs that especially that impact that that work was stealing aluminum well still still an aluminum oh actually not do too badly at the other firms harley davidson which is an iconic american firm just this morning the president threatened to impose severe taxes on them and put them out of business if they do what they said they were going to do which is move their plans to other countries on the other hand those tariffs on steel makes harley davidson uncompetitive in the world economy because the steel that's now more expensive for them since at tariff is just a tax on goods coming in from abroad that's gonna make hardly uncompetitive in the world economy they're going to go out of business either way but do you agree that something had to be done the trade deals we've made with these these other countries even our allies aren't good the trade deals really are not that bad the us has a relatively small trade deficit with the rest of the world with one exception and that one exception is with china and to start a trade war with us allies in canada europe when we have problems not with candidate in europe we have with china and we need allies to support us just makes no sense whatsoever nassar those deals professor i mean the issues we have a china is the intellectual property that we have not so much physical training so so why don't they target that well they actually did there was an agreement that was called the transpacific partnership the whole idea of that was to deal with intellectual property problems with china and the president scuttled that immediately upon taking office that's colorado state university economics professor steven pressman more police agencies across the country are putting e bikes on the roads to help patrol abc sherry preston explains having just added twenty new pedal assist bikes the lapd now has the largest fleet of police ebikes in the country police chief charlie back to the future of bicycling in my opinion especially in an urban environment you can you cover long distances at a really good speed.

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Do you feel like some comfort food? You should listen to music instead!

01:21 min | 4 years ago

Do you feel like some comfort food? You should listen to music instead!

"Once again we're talking with dr allan pressman now dr precedent we talked about that co q ten we talked about the resveratrol but you've added vitamin d to this and i know there was a meeting with dr canal from the vitamin d council and it's made me a believer but you added vitamin d and you've added vitamin b twelve yeah now many people go through life not knowing that they've got a coq ten deficiency but vitamin d vitamin b twelve those are also important too why did you add these as cofactors well right now i think this point in time there's more research being done on vitamin d than pretty much any other vitamin or nutrient and the reason is listen to this one billion people worldwide do not get enough vitamin d in their diet according to the new england journal of medicine i mean that's a lot of people and we found out some pretty amazing things with all of this research now listen to this when most people think of vitamin d they think of bone and bone health you might think of sunlight as well well vitamin d also plays a very powerful role as a supporter of the immune system it supports immune system health and immune system activity quite dramatically in fact it also helps support brain function memory cognition it helps calcium build bone of course but also it's very important for heart health for your blood pressure and a great new study out of harvard medical school and.

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