25 Burst results for "Germaphobe"
"germaphobe" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Now I like it was as safe as as a ride at six flags. Really I mean. Like it was filled with dog. Shit. Like maybe there's like a tight is concerned, but I've never been a Germaphobe. I love how you broke that down saying Shit. Show you the video? You've. Seen. I wasn't worried about this shit sounds fine. But now like over the last ten years I've been like, you know I don't know I've just like. I'd be going for do you have been doing some high level fucking shit and and so now? I'm like, okay. Don't want to get paralyzed I don't. WanNa die I'd actually like to add brain trauma to the. Easy on concussions so you do so. That one week we're filming. We got we got this bit and I recognize this as. Completely. Concussion City fucking. And I'm like damn very robbed suited operated. Do this thing and I actually pull the camera guy the. Because I need this document so I came into this with ground rules no brain trauma, spinal cord injury like and we're not even one week into production and I have already thrown my fucking rules out the window. So here we go. Let's get around the boys say that we're talking to your lawyer and you're on the boys come on Stevo. Fuck. It was crazy the. Involved a bunch of doing the same thing. You know I think we're all together and then it's A. Action. And Fuck next thing you know wake up on the Stretcher I got kayode like like I. Don't remember you like out but then there's kayode when you flat out unconscious unresponsive, you know and. Like it was everybody's said like I dunno two minutes completely not not that. So scared totally unconscious for team. That's not good. I don't know that I've ever had I know that I've had a couple of concussions that were that bad. To five people are concerned right? It happens all the time too. Yeah. Don't don't say like you bracket we know we what was the incident Can't tell. South. Does your. Sawyer. I'm sure your wife now though you married. Get married I'm engaged. Sure..
"germaphobe" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Can only really use them reuse them three times, and that is only if you are. Content decontaminating them every time you take them off, so not not so you. I mean I'm talking my life well. Hydrogen Peroxide. You SPRITZ them down. I mean the other. The other option is to to leave him out in the sun and are in a in a hot car for all day, but I mean no people are using the same nasty German petri dishes. Probably some people who trained change him out, but yeah, I mean there's some other number since reading this article I. Read a pick this up last week now. I'm just sitting. I'm watching these cashiers. and. Constant I'll be you know third fourth line and I'm watching him touch their mask and readjust straps five six times a year. I even get to them, and then they put their nasty grubby hands all over my groceries and it's like no man. We I might not. It might not have been any spill. You. Between the two of us. But you touched your your touched your mask, the nasty moist mask on your face six times while I've been standing here. You everything you've touched. The, register my food, the person's food in front of me you. Kissing all the cashiers whereas you didn't that foreign, worry me either. Doesn't worry me. That's the thing I by no stretch, a Germaphobe a geography. I don't pointing it out. You're out in the. He's worried I think he's just pointing out the hypocrisy. Absolutely, there's definitely that or the lake you say. Most of these people are going along to get along and so they're going to do the minimum. They have to do to keep to keep their jobs and you know have. Been Working Steph, I can tell you. I did a lot of things I didn't WanNa do to keep. To keep my job. Absolutely, it is a good point with the with the masks. Because what happened is happens, is it's not really a good environment for viruses But it's a great environment for bacteria right, and the thing is, viruses will use bacteria as Trojan horses to get into your body can then make, and meanwhile you got strep. Your face breath those in all day long once. I say it's all about show. It's all of these companies putting on a show for people to make them feel..
"germaphobe" Discussed on A's Plus
"Getting out there and playing baseball and trying to get a seasonable. You're Kinda famously a Germaphobe. How how comfortable are you with getting things back up and running? Considering that cases are going up in some areas including some areas where there are major league teams that are based. Yeah, you know it's going to be in the back of everybody's mind. potential as they are, even if you're disciplined in what you're doing that, you're going to have some positive cases and we probably will be. You're seeing it so. I you know what I I'm pretty good about washing my hands, and we've always had allowed bench, and I'm not one hundred percents certainty how the Dugout is going to look whether it's. Going to be six feet away I'm guessing you're going to have to have masks on its way. It sounds right now, so. You do the best you can with it And and take it to two different levels, so you know there's certain guys that that realize always have kind of that that. You know this is just kind of the way you are, and some of the guys that that haven't been that way. See some of the handshakes, and so forth that the pass those are going to be out in in. Guys aren't going to be able to do stuff like that. So certain guys'll be. It'll be easier for inserting certain guys more difficult. What do you feel like you're going? Going to be the hardest things to enforce, you know they've talked about things like spitting and guys, not pitchers especially not licking their fingers before they grip the ball. What sort of things do you think might be toughest? Those are two. Are there but I you know I? How do you enforce them I, mean the awareness obviously in when guys go out there and play and we'll have. You know the workouts leading up to it that you kind of get used to those type of things, but you know in in the heat of the moment when you're playing baseball, everything comes to you pretty naturally and. Actively so those are things..
"germaphobe" Discussed on No Agenda
"Why aren't they doing it in Dutch? Why these in English shoot in eight languages? Hey did you see the video of the robot in some part of Englanders? Roman down the street yelling at people that was that was British. Humor was post. It was hilarious as dumb. Dolac what you talking about? I don't remember it's adult from doctor. Who Owe Deltec or whatever those things are calling the cops put it up there as a joke? Good for them. I like humor. Yeah I don't know. This segment had some national reports that are by ran out. I clipped Roofer the clips. I only have a maximum of clips. And so I didn't go into the Nash up route. Bring those back for Thursday reports from all kinds of countries. But everybody's freaked out. What else I. I got a couple of interesting things. I got Well first of all the this is an interesting. This is the trump again from this one. Last great the press conference last good reading some good very entertaining and lots of clips and here. He is explained. Something we've talked about. Nobody else talks about. Nobody's going to write about it but we know that trump is a neat freak or sorry. Germaphobe Germaphobe. Yeah so he whitewashes misses his face because he can't his face and he washes his hands all the time and never like apparently never liked shaking hands in the first place and talks about it in this clip right here. Let's you can't find and some good things have happened. I mean I don't know you know there's one habit that has you know most of us. A lot of you have covered me a long time before I did. This was never a big believer in shaking hands. But I decided if you don't shake hands you're not going to be a winning a lot of contests right now. I'm not sure you have to shake hands anymore Couple of people have told me you told me that it. We didn't shake hands. The incidence of flew flew is a big deal also and that flu might be cut down in half who knew that shaking hands with such a bad thing. I felt it. I mean I always felt it and you know I was never to a point where I can't shake somebody's into. I knew people like that too many of them but when I ran for office all of a sudden I'm shaking hundreds of innovation. I wouldn't even be standing here but I think that's a custom that maybe people don't have to. We have to get together. We have to sit together at the stadiums. We have to sit next to each other and all that stuff is going to happen but I think the concept of shaking hands. Maybe something that's going to be a little bit from the past. Let's see what happens. Maybe they'll go right back to shaking.
The Podcaster's Responsibility
"Sheep. Podcasters and he podcasters. How are you today it is Monday? March twenty third. I am here in quarantine separated from all that we know the beautiful house. Yes Khobar and our favorite producer John Jamaica it looks like Elsie and I are trying to hold a contest as to who can have the most flyaways and yet here. I know it's like it's L. Horrible Horn. You like goat ears coming years. Yes and these little guys like extra years. Look at this. It's like right above my ears. Lake sticks out in this scary. I can't invent who Larry Online from the three stooges trail and then like my hair like I already was growing up. Just a tiny bit of posits gray hair. But I'm not been able to go to. I was due for a re color like we got home. So now it's been. I'm now two or three weeks overdue. You can start to see my silently. Reverse skunk stripe. It's an actual so like one quarter inch of my hair at the top of my head is not graying and the rest of it is so it's like when you pull it back you can see. Wow Yeah interesting. I know I possibly have caused. That's happened but anyway zonked editor or something. Now it'll never grow the rest of me. It'd be white with this one blacks anyway so yeah we are looking fine. We're looking we're looking like we've been indoors for awhile. Yes I'M GONNA get myself a T shirt that says indoorsy right have you? Have you seen all those t shirts though? Have you seen the change in already? Like I'm social distancing or I was born for social distancing there's all of these tee-shirt companies that have all these various specific sayings around what we're all experiencing so I don't know I guess that's the way you make money right. We can't be angry about that. I when I first saw that T. Shirts T. shirts. I was like I want that teacher. Actually what I want is a t shirt that says. Stay away from me in big letters like do not come close in big letters. It's it's funny. How either take it very very seriously or don't take it very seriously and the less amid Omar. There's there's some middle there's there are people who take it seriously and don't think anything about the virus or any kind of t shirt like that'd be funny then there's people who take it seriously but still think everything is funny. I guess that's me then. There are people who take it less seriously but constantly make jokes about it or there are people who don't follow directions and think the whole thing is a joker conspiracy right now all these different levels of like is it okay to joke about it and I wonder like I hate comparing this to the Holocaust but there's an article. I read that said if we continue on the trajectory that we are that within like six months it will have wiped out like one third of the population which is similar to that was like two billion or two billion. I don't know but the point is in today's Day and age. Would we be laughing right? If a dictator from European country was killing all the blanks. Right would we be like is survived? Hitler t shirts and like I don't know if this works out I WANNA get. I survived the boomer remover virus. I mean that's true but there are people that are younger than are dying to Atlanta just watching the CNN in New York this morning. I mean did you guys know. They're turning Javits Center fucking hospital than Jeff sent your. I think I saw a lot of that stuff. Is the biggest convention center. I've ever been in it takes. It's like three miles to go from one end of the javits center to the other. It's so big I mean you to Philadelphia has a huge convention center. Yeah there's a hospital that had shut down not even six months ago here. They're already rampant. Add up there's a prison here that has been shut down for a couple years. They're ramping that up. Ooh That's exciting. Well you know I mean coming back to what you were talking about the whole like I survived Hitler kind of thing. I'm thinking that the beginning of World War Two or not even the beginning of World War Two. You're like when Hitler was coming into power. I think that there was a few people who had a sense of who he was and what he was doing right and there was like this element of pure terror like a complete understanding of what was happening but the majority of the sort of people he ended up affecting and I'm not talking just Jewish people or anybody else that he was focusing in on but like all of the different countries all of the citizens of all of the other countries that were eventually affected. They could have just said like Oh. I heard that. He's a nasty dude or he's a weird guy who's he's never gonNA come in. You know what I mean. You would make these off hand comments but you wouldn't really get it right graphing. It's not like there's a digital graphing system that can show you exactly how many people killed and exactly how many countries like. I saw something on my phone from New York Times. It had it little red dots spreading and spreading right. Yeah Yeah it was era vying. Nothing like that. There's only newspaper and radio. I mean I'm assuming there was radio. Nineteen thirty I think there was radio. Also that was a human being who is that was that was a human versus this thing which has no. It's just a it's a thing but I think the contact what I'm saying is that we don't really know. I think you know the the impact of these horrible things that happen in the world. Don't really hit us until off door right. It's like you don't really get it until after what that impact was about summer this morning because like it's all finding good until it's swimming season right and then well my son's you know the majority of his five year old year is going to be spent not hanging out with friends. Not Doing sports not going to read as not going to the swimming pool not going to the beach. Like what am I gonNa do with him all summer? Keep him in. I mean it's GonNa be Summer D- do we lay out. Do I get a blow up pool? Immunize our like what? What kind of summer is that? Can't go anywhere we can't do anything can't see anyone and yeah summer and then house is going to shape the rest of his. You know he's young enough where he'll remember but not remember it as the biggest tragedy that ever happened. But he'll remember it as yeah. We had to stay inside and it's up. He'll have that definite imprint. I mean because you know when I was growing up in El Salvador and there was a civil war. I still have the imprint of what we had to do like we had. We had to be in like there was a time there. Where the where the government said. Nobody's allowed outside after seven o'clock so because you could not like my would say like everybody needs to be in because if anything happens to you when you're out after seven you die you die like a wealthy and then you would hear sounds and things that were going on outside. That was very very scary. I remember like I remember how scared I was. I remember the sounds and Looking back you realize while there's like all of this extra stuff that happened and yeah it imprinted in my life. It was like I know what that feels like. I know what it feels like when you can't do anything because you're under lockdown. We were under lockdown many times. So I was little you know I was under nine. Yeah it's having it makes me wonder like how many of these kids are. GonNa turn Germaphobe. I mean people true. It's not the new normal everything. It's just temporary but like now the new normal in different ways craze. There's a lot of people who will not send their kids back to school. There are a lot of people who will not go back into the office. Because now they've proven they can work from home and which they knew all along by the way that they could work from home equally and even be more productive. So I don't think that we need to send buildings the way we did two weeks ago. Like we we can have a completely different society now like doing doctor visits via Tele Seminar and I did my first one way before this like this with Isaac like in January. He was sick and they were. You know as a weekend and they have you come up on you know that you log in you type in your problem and then the doctor comes up and take a look you right. I just had somebody. I don't know one of my one of my School Mama's I was texting back and forth mai-mai's best friend and may has been like wanting to have facetime with this little child and I'm like texting her mom like she's GonNa. I can't handle her anymore. Can you get our child to come up late but it but her mom is sick. She's real she's been really really sick and that's she had somebody from iron knit. While she had somebody from Florida her cousins came and they they had fevers when they came like and they both and they didn't tell them and so like anyway so she got very sick. She had fever but I kept touching base with her and she got a diagnosis via the phone. She had a something allard. A it wasn't it wasn't cove it wasn't court cornerback. So it was a sign it. Yes exactly it was a sinus infection. And she had she was just had a fever because of that kind of stuff in them so she had the diagnosis via via. Like just what you're talking about. And they sent her antibiotics. So hopefully he's on the mend. But this I would love
Can we use food as medicine?
"Guest Don Rene has a compelling story of self care and recovery after a debilitating month in bed and a lifetime of chronic illnesses. She has spent the past decade learning from others while assisting them with their daily health issues their experiences show nutritional support and ways to detox. The body inside and out are crucial to maintaining. Good health. Don Rene is currently devoted to the care of a woman with stage four. Ls focused care for someone navigating. So many obstacles has provided good challenges for them to overcome. Don Rene has gained an intimate understanding of how nutritional support and AIDS affects us and our health and our cognitive wellbeing. The traveling caregiver part came from the fact that I would. I could travel on the phone. I could travel on the email I could travel to your home. I can travel wherever you needed me to and I could at least try to help you get somewhere where you can feel that you're getting some sense of control back in your environment because it can feel so out of control when you're fighting disease disorder. You know a like. How do we bring bounce back? How do I find balance for you? Where are what are the things that are triggering you to to lose the controls that you're not having any more and you know with LS LS is a? It's a terrible thing. It's I mean you lose everything from the neck down you have. Your brain laughed but You know virtually. She stayed for less patients. She's immobile from the neck down. She can't speak to me other than through communication device in. That's if she's feeling like it so usually. We use a lot of mental telepathy and I looked ends by language. Reads and intuition and Basically just basing everything on her baseline where where's her happy place and then trying to keep her at that happy place. No so I know that's the same with ultra so I'm always trying to try to keep my mom and her happy place goodness. It's I visited her yesterday. And the plan was I'm a Rotarians and I go after my rotary meetings. We didn't have a meeting yesterday so I thought okay I'm GonNa go earlier and I will go my plan about noon and they would be down with lunch and then I would take her to a restaurant. I would eat. Get Her something small to snack on. Whatever just so we had that nice socialization. Because she's she still verbal but nothing she says makes sense. It sounds like it makes sense and people will look at me and like Oh you know. What is she talking about like? Give me the historical context kind of question and it's like there is no historical context because this makes no sense and so. I try to give her this nice visit so yesterday we were. I get disrupted like just as leaving. The door landscaper comes and he's got questions. I'm like dude. I'm hungry. I need to go get my mom so I can get makes no sense. It worked and I got there like Korda one and she's still having lunch. I'm like they never have to like eleven as I usually can't get there early enough to actually eat with them break so I was like she didn't see me so I'm like okay and I went out in the courtyard. Did a couple of things on my phone whip back. In most of the residents were done. She was still leading. She's also at the stage of Alzheimer's where she has difficulty with eating utensils but she has difficulty eating with her hands. So that's that's a challenge. And so most of the residents were done. The tables in the floors discuss you just covered in food. And I'm like there's no way I'm eating with these people in this. I'm not a Germaphobe Neat freak but not that bad and it was just it was just too much like she's still eating okay and like at this point. I'm starving because it's now like one o'clock and I usually Thirty noon so it's getting rather late and I'm like okay. Well this is just completely screwed up all plans for that I. I went to lunch and the plan was go. Get MOM HAVE LUNCH. Visit with her for about an hour per back off. And then I was going to reward myself with shopping at Michael's and maybe Joann fabrics because we've just moved and we have a lot of neutral so I needed to find the POPs of color. That was the plan but I had to pass Michaels to get back to her. Okay like that's just dumb. I'm like you know what it's not. GonNa make much difference at this point so I did my Michael Stuff. Which was yesterday was such a Monday. I gather inventory people blocking every aisle Mike Really. I'm just going home going home. I'm giving up underway now by persevered. I went and I had you know I got mom. And you know the I went to Pinera and they always like. Oh you WANNA pastry for ninety nine cents which always say no. Do not need the sugar. I got that for her. You know so. We sat there on the bench in the sunshine. I'm in northern California so the sun is very warm. Breeze was quite chilly. So the combination very pleasant. He sat out of the bench Hannah just sat there eating the cookie. Hopefully she got more cookie than I did. It was the plan and she just wasn't like in the mood to talk. Mike Okay. I've learned the hard way. Not Not push so dumb with them with a cookie and she said something and I said agreed with her. She said I don't know what you're talking about. I'm like just agreed with how I said such a nice to have but we go for a walk. And this is where. My Mom's Alzheimer's is really interesting because she always wants to. Make sure that we're doing what you want. And whatever you need it it's always. Yui New Right looks like well. I don't WanNa be here and I don't want to sit here with you. Not Talk I want to do any of this. But it's necessary so she said whenever you want to find or walking his. She's had a lot of pain when walking. Yeah and she didn't seem to have a lot of pain yesterday so I thought okay. We walked all the way around the residents and we got back and it was about thirty. Four o'clock she starts getting really crabby. So Mike Hey it's time for me to go back to work and I took her back in. And that was that was the end of the day except the as I was leaving. There was a gentleman from the assisted living part of the community sitting on the bench for the cute little dogs target him. I'm like okay well. This was not the way I planned my day. But it worked out okay. Mom and I had a decent visit. We didn't have any any words so that was cool. Yeah the I think we should talk about the nutritional support. 'cause I wonder sometimes. Yeah I know personally if I did not get a good night's sleep I wake up and my brain is going. Let's have some doughnut stuff that I don't it's like don't don't don't don't eat donuts. And it's not gonNA help look brain. You need a nap. Not crabby food is fine. It's fascinating it's like thankfully I know why it's doing it. It's looking for quick fuel but don't Sugar even gives me quick fuel. And so you said you put your this. Gal Aliens on plant based Diet Yes. It's very let's talk. It's very similar to the To the mind diet so I don't know if you're familiar with the mind diet I am but you can. You can give a highlight just in case this is somebody's first episode so basically for me. It's just like saying Mediterranean without all the grains. That's what it is similar is. I don't In that's actually because I had diabetes type. Two through my through my journey with an her sister has now been diagnosed with Alzheimer's and I have a friend a really good friend who's MOM's been diagnosed with dementia and so I've had to go through the journey with them too and Try to help. Help them with some strategies and What I found was is that it was all the same and that diabetes type two can turn into diabetes type three which is actually Alzheimer's dementia. So who knew that my sugar problem could eventually turn into something really bad for me someday. So sugar you know was definitely something. I had to make sure to get off the menu as fast as possible and then jumped to the mind diet so the mind diet is the Mediterranean Mediterranean Diet which is plant based it would be green leafy vegetables it would be Sprouted allies say sprouted seeds. Because I don't think you should eat seeds unless they've been sprouted and I don't think you should eat nets unless they've been soaked but that's just because those those specific seeds and nuts they have a big acid on the outside was protects their shell and when they get activated those that acid comes off while if we just eat it were depending on our stomach. Digestive acids to get rid of that which actually throws a neuro toxin in the mix so your brains like what? Am I supposed to do that so sometimes people might say? I can't eat mets. It always makes my tummy get all bound up or I can't eat seeds same thing so they feel like that's happening. Probably a good chance. They need to break their seeds and nuts down before the item so I generally sprout and So all of them to the point. Where blend them and make net cheese before? I'll eat them right out of a bag just because it seems to again. It's what works for you. Everybody has to find what works for them so with the Mediterranean or the mind diet. I removed rice. No rice rice turns empty sugar so little story drew. I used to have hypoglycemia. And then it turned into diabetes type two because I had a gluten allergy so decided to go get all gluten products at the store Boxes they all say gluten free gluten free gluten free gluten free gluten free. The trouble is is that it's processed food says not really food and it other trouble is is that it's mostly made of rice. Rice converts to sugar whole. That's true I never thought of that within Lena but never looked like if in one year I had diabetes. Tikoo and I gained forty
"germaphobe" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!
"That's the kind of duality of wanting to help. People become informed and also needing those clicks to drive revenue right so There's a law going on. It makes it that makes it. You know again already kind of mystery. And then on top of that. You've got that extra layer of of all these driving misinformation. Ford and then also people who want to profit off of exactly business. I I really liked jude. Law Character actually. Because I have over the past four days since I have just been in lockdown I have been reading and watching crazy conspiracy theories about like how this is like a bio weapon and all this shit and got friends who are really into this who are like sending me these three hour long like why is it. The conspiracy theorists can't make a fifteen minute video. Why do they always have to be three hours long? Like I'm down all entered so passionate all entertain all entertain it. But I don't have I don't have nine hours to watch your three videos that you've released over the last four days or something like that. Come on Homie. Just condense it for me please but like I thought it was really interesting that angle in this film because that is something that is At least in certain spheres the internet kind of prevalent with the current Kind of a covert nineteen crisis that we're dealing with right that there are people that are saying that this is a bio weapon that this was something that was designed in a lab and that there are cures and people are hiding it because they just want to make money with their buddies in the pharmaceutical industry in the back room to wait for the right cures that they can make massive profits which is exactly what. Jude Law's character is basically accusing Lawrence Fishburne's character right when he's in that in that TV interview with them. So I thought that was really interesting because I guess that this is just one of those constant themes that there are people out there and this isn't to absolve governments either of tinkering with bio warfare. They absolutely have a hundred percent. The it is a fact they have done that The problem is because of that uncertainty when we are uncertain and we don't know and we have either misinformation or cross information. You have voices that come in that will tell you. This is what it is right and jude. Law Becomes that voice for the twelve million people or whatever and he acts like he's a fucking Messiah figure whatever handing out his flyers and maybe it's just 'cause he was just trying to make money and he makes a few million bucks by selling his little. What's IT called forthy? Whatever for city? Yeah and that's maybe the brain pills that you get sold by Alex Jones or whatever it is that's like you know some new some nutro pick that is supposed to enhance your brain which I've taken neutral in the past and they've been great I guess where they placebos. I have no fucking clue but I enjoyed them as well But like because of that uncertainty of people that can come in and fill those gaps and I thought that story line for me was really intriguing and that I think is partly why the film ultimately was a little bit. Unsuccessful is. Because I didn't get enough of that I didn't get like like it was great for me to entertain it in fill in a lot of the gaps of what that narrative of what that plotline might be but I didn't get enough to like really sink. My teeth into the jude law the stakes of his though the stakes of what he was doing like him being up against the government. All the sudden it's just like the guys wearing a wire and he's arrested and I'm like cool so you met this dude on a park bench twice and now you're arrested. I'm like yeah but I I didn't understand like I didn't really understand that. He was really that much of a threat. I didn't really understand that this forsythias thing was really potentially harming people by giving them a false sense of hope. I mean like I kinda did not as much as I would have liked to be able to explore that and I think that was kind of the weak point of the film because I didn't get to sink my teeth into any of these characters and these really interesting ideas about the uncertainty or the doctor who contracts it and then dies like like it was bold to kill Gwyneth. Paltrow END FUCKING KATE. Winslet move man like within five minutes. Gwyneth paltrow was dead. And then you're like okay. Because Kate winslet is going to be the lead and then ten minutes later she's dead and you're like what the fuck is going on. Soderbergh like bold. But I didn't. I didn't really get to like I. I wish we could have just been able to get into the meat of those story lines just a little bit more. You know yeah. The movie stretched pretty thin about all these storylines but interestingly the original poster tagline was nothing spreads like fear almost as if it was going to focus more on the jude law. Subplot animal the hysteria. That that he's that he's doing but it didn't really. Yeah I mean but but but you do get the fear I think. At least. It's like the intimation of the fear right because people start rubbing each other and potentially the neighbors get killed by those dudes that Matt Damon Watches in the backyard. The gun flashes go off. And so they're probably getting jacked and then you have Fishburne's partner who she gets attacked by the people who want the drug so there is a sense it's like when when mass scarcity is induced from this of pandemic with. That's going to lead to in terms of like modes of exchange which are our exchange relations. When you have shortages is going to lead to panic because people are afraid and that's gonNa lead to social chaos so you kind of get it but that's Kinda get it. It's more about like in your imagination. How do you imagine? And maybe because we're dealing with this pandemic now. It's more frightening for US whereas I think if I would have watched this in two thousand eleven or twelve I would have been like. Yeah okay. Like that's frightening but now I'm kind of like holy fuck so maybe it's more like what? I'm projecting because of my fears are. My anxiety is based on the current contemporary moment. You know it's it's funny. You mentioned Alex Jones and Him Selling whatever well. Apparently in there was an article In that was interviewing the screenwriter. This film and the interviewer told the screenwriter. That in fact apparently Alex Jones is selling a tooth paste that is supposed to cure you of corona virus. Is Wow you you you heard that. Sorta to stop doing as much. Yeah that is Pretty fascinating and then there was another one. I may be reading the same article. Jared but were you know sort of sense Scott BERNS attack zones off Doodo Elderberry sales or which is a very similar. Apparently resist the is both like. Hey here's other only bathak remedy that. Who's peddling elderberry Yeah it's You know what is it? What was the quote did Did that you lost characters said about. Somebody's always GonNa make profit off of these. You know whether or not they are where no matter where they are kind of in the in the game when they get caught or whatever always somebody who ends up winning. The sales of of various cleaning products anyo cold remedies went up after the Spanish flu. When somebody's GonNa make their millions off of catastrophe? And that's the nature of it might as.
"germaphobe" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"That he said it's a foreign virus and saying that smacks of xenophobia yeah well if not is that accurate if he is a germaphobe we'll be that's okay there's a phobia fear that drug is he's a germaphobe germaphobe okay Jennifer can be a viral Xena phobic right okay thanks what's weird is you mean something that looks weird is I'm I'm just on the side of a you know a being a germaphobe I'm I'm very close to being a germaphobe but here lately I've been so busy I haven't been able to wash my hands four thousand times a day I mean I I I do I wash my hands a lot I mean I'm I'm touching common surfaces that I'm I'm washing my hands quite a bit especially round you know you get around grandkids I have grandkids you don't well you know how it keeps children are Isley they're not listening don't worry about it they're not smart enough there was talk radio in get rid of him no it's you know it and because I'm I'm running around all the time I've I wash my hands all the time our kids really necessary I don't think so thank you for asking that question so I can give you that answer right now what we could expect any other answer from you yeah yeah yeah they're not necessarily sodas that was sort of a set up yeah I mean I knew what the answer was going to be from you yeah I had a I interviewed George foreman the other day he's he has fourteen grand kids hi I have eight why yeah wow yeah I'm amazed you're not sick more often I am sick more often he's walking out the middle of the show eight six six ninety right I great liner team run smart pro Henry Albert has achieved some very impressive fuel mileage numbers Henry shares the specs on his truck and his trailer starting with what's under the hood a minute two thousand eighteen Cascadia Erro act it's powered by the integrated drivetrain Detroit sixty DD fifteen four hundred horsepower seventeen hundred fifty foot pounds of torque at nine hundred and seventy five RPM and that's that into the Detroit DTE twelve direct drive transmission with a final axle ratio of two point one six with the active loop management riding on Mitchell and X. one tires going awfully art and I'm a trailer the trailer is equipped with a nose cone it's also equipped with full length skirts from fleet engineers to go completely over the landing gear completely over the trailer tandem all the way the rear bumper the rain gutters been played it over and it's running a stem co trailer tail my main run which is from Charlotte to Laredo and I'm usually sixty to sixty five thousand pounds I was averaging over ten miles a gallon it was up to ten point one to learn more about Henry's fuel mileage achievements got a team run smart dot com this report is a service of shell Rotella.
"germaphobe" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"That he said it's a foreign virus and saying that smacks of xenophobia yeah if not is that accurate if he is a germaphobe thank you that's okay there's a phobia fear that jury he's a germaphobe germaphobe okay general can be a viral Xena phobic right okay thanks what's where does mean something yeah what's weird is I am I'm just on the side of a you know a being a germaphobe I'm I'm very close to being a germaphobe but here lately I've been so busy I haven't been able to wash my hands four thousand times a day I mean I I I do I wash my hands a lot I mean I'm I'm touching common surfaces then I'm I'm washing my hands quite a bit especially round you know you get around grandkids I have grandkids you don't yeah well you know how it keep children are seriously they're not listening don't worry about it they're not smart enough to listen and talk radio if you get rid of him no it's you know it and because I'm I'm running around all the time I've I wash my hands all the time our kids really necessary I don't think so thank you for asking that question so I can give you that answer what we could expect any other answer from you yeah yeah yeah they're not necessarily sodas that was sort of a set up yeah I mean I knew what the answer was going to be from you yeah I had to interview George foreman the other day he's he has fourteen grand kids hi I have eight wow yeah wow yeah I'm amazed you're not sick more often I am sick more often walking out in the middle of the show eight six six nine the redeye freight liner team run smart pro Henry Albert has achieved some very impressive fuel mileage numbers Henry shares the specs on his truck and his trailer starting with what's under the hood a minute two thousand eighteen Cascadia Erro act it's powered by.
"germaphobe" Discussed on X96
"Tires the team you trust how we man dell is a noted germaphobe and he's taking the coronavirus pretty seriously well you should well he's prepared there's a picture of how he out on the streets wearing full hazmat suit I'm surprised gas masks actually six dot com slash line how do you know that's how we Mandela because he's he also did he talked like little Bobby for a minute here his his hose though from his mask is not going anywhere it's just open that's not helping he are strange how we better safe than sorry he says I'm going to be ready for covert nineteen the plague that's coming and so there you go user all right the Utah state legislature has declined to fund something called the banjo I read about this over the weekend is kind of frightening what is artificial intelligence surveillance company they were asking for five million dollars from the state legislature they're now considering whether a bill is necessary to regulate the company house Majority Leader Francis Gibson said in an interview that he was considering running a bill in the intro to look at whether banjo might need some oversight it will hopefully limit and protect some of our privacy of our citizens of Utah and limit the amount of funding that the amount of free of not just banjo it could be other companies said representative Gibson banjos a artificial intelligence surveillance system that takes social media posts traffic cameras other data compiles it into a near real time reporting system that could intrude on people's privacy the company and the Utah attorney general's office which has contracts with it insist that the data is anonymized but Republicans and Democrats in the house and Senate have concerns about banjo in those concerns appear not to have been used in light of the recent report about the company they did a big story about it in the Salt Lake Tribune as I understand it's pretty it's a pretty unusual system where they they can and almost in real time yeah they can they can predict where Crimea's or house fire is and and they and the the Attorney General Shawn ray has just went out and independently contracted with them to do surveillance for the state of Utah I don't feel comfortable I don't know either this needs to go and apparently the legislature doesn't either because they were asking for Zacks phones to keep this effort going and well they said no uncomfortable with that yeah here's a how the the impact of the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints leaving the Boy Scouts as this is an evidence of that impact Utah had three boy scout camp councils of state wide they're moving into one single organisation beginning April second the fallout from the church's sweeping exit from the Boy Scouts continuing to ripple through the organization the.
What Is the Microbiome and How Does It Affect Our Health?
"Today. We're going to explain a rather complex. And maybe it's unfamiliar term for many of you and that term is called the micro bio him and if you're a nutrition follower you more than likely have seen this term around whether it's blog articles you've read or podcast. Listen to but we want to take some time this morning to explain and explore and hopefully answer some questions around this concept of what exactly the microbiome is and how does it affect our health. If you'd like more information about the microbiome after this show you can go to our website which is weight and wellness dot com and read a blog article that I just wrote and we posted. I believe it was just last week on our website so the blog is titled. What is the microbiome? What does it do? And how does it keep us healthy? I know I've talked to a few clients of mine who have already read that and think it's just a really great resource so kudos on on putting that together and making it easier for our for followers in our listeners. To to kind of dive into this topic well thank. You shall be appreciate that. It took many hours actually more than I expected to get that blog together but it came together actually fairly nicely so in between that researching and the writing and trying to wrap my hat around this concept of the microbiome you know I I think I have a decent handle on what the microbiome is and just some of those impacts on our health but I also just want to preface this or throw this out there early in the show here that the study of our gut health in the microbiome. It's still a relatively new scientific field. Only the last fifteen to twenty years. We really had some firepower into the research behind this right. So there's things there's definitely a lot of things that we know but my guess is that there's a heck of a lot out there that we don't know exactly so we're going to hopefully break down some of those things that we do know for our listeners. This morning help translate that and give people some topics or some ideas on how we can make an impact on that microbiome right. Yeah so again. What is the microbiome And My name. I'll introduce myself now. I'm Leah Klein showed. I'm a registered and licensed Dietitian is see clients at our Mendota Heights location a few days a week. And you've heard her voice now but I have shelby Olsen who is in the studio with me as a co host. This morning shelby is a licensed nutritionist with a master's degree in applied clinical nutrition and she works with clients in our. Why's that a location? So we're kind of on the opposite side of the world for those of you who live in the twin cities Leah's than Mendota Heights. I'm in ways that we don't get to see each other very often but I thought it was really interesting. Li You and I both did our undergraduate degree in exercise science and then we went onto a master's program in clinical nutrition. And here we are getting to kind of nerd out over the microbial salute. So I hope that we can share some of our insights and some of OUR PASSION FOR HELPING PEOPLE UNDERSTAND. How Micro Ma how? The microbiome affects their health. And what you can do to keep your microbiome working for you not against you. Good morning everyone. Of course I'm excited to be in the studio here. I believe that understanding the microbiome helps us to see what's going on with our health but as humans. We are mostly made up of microbes. All of you a Germaphobe out here stick with US may surprise you that we as humans are mostly made up of microbes. In fact we have over one hundred trillion microbes both on the inside and outside of our bodies. And if you're thinking Micros what is that? Those are the tiny living things that are actually too small to see with the naked eye. But there on your skin there in your mouth or in that sinus cavity they're even in your intestinal tract really everywhere on the inside and the outside of your body and we know as we learn more about this research. We have more microbes in our body than we have human cells because there are are approximately ten microbes for every human cell that we have in our body. That's just those numbers one hundred trillion ten ten times more microbes for every human. Sell those numbers. You almost can't comprehend that. And the majority of those microbes live in our digestive system especially in the large intestinal tract or the colon. So I'm sure you've heard some of the names of these microbes like bacteria fungi protozoa and even viruses but in most cases when people hear bacteria or fungi or virus they automatically associate that with bad health or disease right. We've been hearing a lot about the corona virus clearly not something that We associate with good health but we are learning that not all bacteria not all microbes are all are bad for our health So that's really where we want to set that foundation for our discussion today. Absolutely yeah. There's some that they're more. They're more neutral but some that even work for us like you said earlier shelby. They work for us not necessarily against us. They actually help. Keep the bad guys in check right. So when we say the word microbiome. That's the good the bad. The ugly is a collection of bacteria viruses fungus. All of the above Yep absolutely so now that we know what microbes are so shall we did a nice job. Introducing that topic and some of the names of those microbes. Let me tell you now. So here's more scientific nerdy term for microbiome. We know the microbiome is all the genetic material that makes up all of these microbes. So all of those bacteria the fungi the protozoa viruses. Then those guys again. They live on our body. They live inside our body. This is all the genetic material that make up these microbes. So these microbes that are in the microbiome. They help us do a lot of things. So number. One first and foremost they help us digest our food. They help us break it. Down absorb everything like that. I think people have have started to buy into that idea a little bit more about you. Know breaking down our food or affecting our digestive system but tell us a little bit more because there are some other ideas about the microbiome right right so another huge concept about the microbiome and what they do for us is that it regulates our immune system. We know and I talked to my clients about this all the time about. What is it? Seventy eighty percent of our immune system is in that lining of our digestive tract especially our intestinal track. So we need all those. We need that like you said the good the bad the ugly all of that really lends itself to building up our immune system and keeping some of those bad guys at bay. So what? I'm hearing you say Leah. Is that if you have tummy troubles. You may actually be more likely to get a colder afloat definitely idea for you listeners. Yeah I'm going to share a little bit about that in my story little later on this show so I have some personal history with that but the microbiome also you know a protects us against the bad guys and it helps us produce some of our nutrients some of our vitamin specifically B twelve so might even be twelve Thiamine Riboflavin which are a couple other of our B. Vitamins and even vitamin K right. So it's very interesting that actually they we don't always necessarily get all of these nutrients from the food itself but from some of these microbes right and as I was researching for the show. I was thinking to myself. Well are the microbes on my skin. The same ones that are in my gut rate because we actually have lots of different microbes on our skin as that protective layer. It's not just a physical barrier. We actually have the bacteria the fungi. You know. Some of these other microbes on our skin so the short answer is no the different parts of our body all have different and distinct kind of communities or I sometimes call them. Families of microbes skin has their group or their family of microbes. The Vagina has a different family The intestinal tract has a different family of microbes. Each type of microbe likes to stay with their group or their family Much like humans do right. Yeah I've been don't travel too far out of that group typically right. Yeah and another interesting fact. Is that the microbiome from person to person differs so your microbiome. Shelby is not the same as mine. Ryan it's not the same as your husband's even the same my husband so lots of differentiation and individuality between people
How can I source items for a toiletry kit and should I crowdfund?
"Hi Kristie Calling from Pittsburg California. I've been listening to your podcast. Since the very beginning I do have a side hustle that will love to start It would be basically a little toiletry bag that you would take with you especially going into puddles restrooms. I run into this problem many times where there was either no toilet paper. There was no soap. No paper towels. Not Toilet seat covers so I wanted to up a FIFA so basically with that in mind but the two main issues that I'm running into our Not Knowing where to product to get this started in the number two funding right now. I don't have the money to actually start this up so I didn't know a fight with that. Be An option for me to actually get. This started. Hope to hear from you soon. Thanks so much. Thank you so much. Thanks for listening in California Pittsburgh California. I believe you said and thanks as well for sharing your idea. So here's what I think I think first of all you have a clear target market your market essentially as Dermot folks are. I don't mean that in any kind of negative way like I'm kind of Mild Germaphobe myself. I'm always carrying hand sanitizer with me. These days in the age of the corona virus or whatever comes next there are a lot of people concerned about being in public places and having to use the facilities show totally valid concern the challenges though I think the challenge with this idea a couple of things first of all. This seems like the kind of thing that would work if you could sell a lot of them like a lot of these kids tens of thousands. Because it's going to be kind of a low price thing or if you had some kind of unique advancement you're offering some kind of technological advancement or some kind of way to patch together that nobody's done before it needs to be something creative and difference in this case and if you heard me before say you know not. Everything has to be creative. Not Everything has to be innovative. That's totally true. But for something that's really basic value add. You have to remember that all important question that I often encourage people think about. How will I make money from this idea? Not Not a good idea or not. But how will I money from it and the items that you mentioned here Latisha so paper towels etc? Those are commodities. Right they're very cheap. So that's why feel like. Even though there is a market there needs to be a little bit more development with the product itself. If there was then I think that's where crowdfunding can be particularly attractive if you are able to come up with something some kind of answer to that. Here's white is technological advancement or some great improvement in the packaging of this or some unique application method of it. Whatever it that's where those kind of crowd funding campaigns takeoff so it's not just a matter of the psalm being greater than the parts. You know with those items. It's you know. What is the big picture? Promise pitch you know and prices like we've been talking about this week in the classroom series so in Short. I think you have the market right. I think maybe even something the market once you just need to think about you know. Why should they buy it from you? And how can you charge a premium price for those? Are The questions that you keep you up at night when thinking about this particular idea? I don't quite know what the answers are. So as I said that's my concern with just talking about sourcing whether you should crowd under night. I think it's a little bit more of a bigger picture issue. But of course let us know what you end up doing. I'm always happy to be wrong. So if that's the case That could end up being lesson of its own.
London Crawling with Drug-Resistant Microbes
"This is scientific Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Yata. If you're a Germaphobe navigating the city there are certain certain mandatory rules of engagement use a paper towel to shield your hand as you touch the bathroom door handle lift toilet seat covers with your shoe touch buttons at A._T._M.'s and crosswalks awesome walks in elevators with a knuckle. The back of your hand never a fingertip. I know this because I am that person and a new study in the journal scientific reports somewhat justifies is my behavior because when researchers in London sampled all those kinds of surfaces in public shopping centers and train stations and common areas in hospitals what they found was a whole a lot of antibiotic resistant bacteria lurking there scientists swab sites all over London and ended up with six hundred samples of staphylococcus bacteria of those nearly half were resistant to two or more commonly used antibiotics like penicillin and Erythromycin and the hospital samples had significantly more drug doug resistant microbes which makes sense because hospitals are a place where they use a lot of antibiotics but if there is a silver lining here it might be how few staph bacteria were multi-drug-resistant drug-resistant in public places a mere forty seven percent because a few years back one in the same scientists swabbed London hotel rooms in found that eighty six percent percent of the staph bacteria. There were multi-drug-resistant which may not help you sleep easy. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Don Yata.
"germaphobe" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast
"Was nothing usurped pimping out the hot up. I would say, I'm Jerry. Ness George, I'm thinking nationality. They're both who's Newman. No. I would know. We'll see. Loves newman. That's that that's his favorite character because he's funny, but you wanna be Mumin why not you see his life, postmaster girls. Well, says there. Yeah. Newman kind of stays out outside of all the wacky nece with the main group right now. He gets in sometimes. Yeah. No, he gets it but he's got a good life. Other than that, Elaine, and ask you be lane. Very underrated. William she's awesome. Yeah. Very funny. Her kicks as a funny episode. There's to be the bad guy. Georgia complain about something. And that he was the party stunk. That's why shouldn't. When he can't get it up with the girl he's worth while. The condom issue thing that one that's the one when she's dating dinner and the result. Oh, so good. And she makes all the noises and he doesn't use it. Ex. Against his head. At the C the main go, and he's like, he'd be mango. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He's like thinking moved. No. The most relatable one was one. When he couldn't keep up enough money is using the condom he couldn't open up the rapper. That's a good one in shrinkage is good to know. But I was going to say, shrink it's ranks, they don't know that no girls know about shrinkage saying what laundry, I liked. I also like this village where he's at the movies, and he makes somebody set one-seat away from him. That's me. I do that every time it's an empty theater, don't, don't sit right next to me. I use voicemail like believe it or not. No. You wonder what you Seinfeld not giving mouth to mouth. Yes. Now that's yeah. That's definitely me with the he could've died. That's the change. We wanted to take, I've had to suspend all my just fear of, of dying with the new puppy, 'cause I am a germaphobe hypochondriac. But with the puppy, I just have to suspend all that because she's like the most disgusting little thing, but she's cute. You know, when you mean it's just the germs the shitting on herself. She's a puppy. No, no, that's hundred live. No. I've embrace it. I don't I don't get mad at her. But I'm saying for a human I could never do that. But for a puppy, I'll do it. What was the one because it was a having good. Never I wash my hands, about thirty five times a day. We're glows. But then I had to wash the gloves. It's an I can't take out books from the library trying to think so say, I never knew that. Now, you said, George, what I said, why? Because your library books every week now we'll go to a library anymore. It is library is dope, libraries, somebody was telling me the other day. It's and I was like, yeah. Might then I thought of all the people taking out those books can't do it. And I think about it, you know, nice like if I forget, like two hours free time. Take your library, you're not going to the library. To the library. What about when the girl like when it come up and have coffee? Yeah. Yeah. Just like it's too late. They'll be up all night. That's amazing. And then it goes to Jerry and tells the story about it. Oh my God. Larry says the same thing in a curb your enthusiasm. It's not about a girl just about him. Not drinking coffee late at night. I think it's because Cheryl wants to go out after dinner for dessert. Oh, we'll get taken coffee. He's like, oh, I'm going to be up all night. Then. Larry David is the best out of all them, though. David, in curb just the way George the debt seen though, because it was so, genuine, like, I can't coffee. No, he genuinely thought they were going over coffee. Yeah. Like that wasn't the, the instigated for sex. That's why he's amazing that show is pure genius. I've never seen enough of it. That wasn't funny..
"germaphobe" Discussed on Does This Happen to You
6 Ways to Spot a Germaphobe
"germaphobe" Discussed on KFC Radio
"It's it's unfortunate. But that's why I'm sticking with my word. I I'm moisture for you free. Moisture free. Moisture freeze said to us like you, don't you don't know me. Like, I'm a germophobic. Everybody knows your germaphobe Palley. It's like it was an alert. It was like, well, then the fact that you do know me. Chairs and that room two of them are taken by you in this chair. You left for me? If you would like switch chairs to assume, you didn't know that. I had that issue. I know the chairman had as it since birth. No since I walked in this room. I was never a germaphobe and I walked into this room. And you guys have made me germophobic. Now, the first person that told me that I've had a couple of gals mention that to me. New York Sam I look the part. Don't want them. Shame. You don't love that the from everything that it started with the stain, and it always comes back to you. I don't have fluid. I have no seepage women. Have given me the women become germaphobe around me. I feel bad for you. I feel like be section you turn. And it's your turn to talk. That's that's what this has basically is one giant therapy session. Thank you. How do you even come to the city if you're germaphobe I feel like everybody meeting here is like it would draw? You want me to be totally honest with you. I'm really Medicated as I speak to you. Specifically of that. Like that's troubling other things I have I have other issues, but I saw Medicated and I go to therapy, and this, and I hope that my therapist is listening to this broadcast, and is so proud of this is a breakthrough. I'm sitting on a stained chair. This is a breakthrough. This is where we're helping the cause actually your therapists called the head this part of the bar sexual see I assumed I have never been on any of the shows on this. Network, but barstool sports, it's not barstool sports. It's shitty stained chair, Florida. Yeah. Barstools stole. This is chain a shitty piece of fabric. I'm sitting. I mean, I'd offer you the barstool. But I feel like you wouldn't like that one. Either doesn't look it looks that doesn't look great to you compared to this. Let's all looks good to me you want someone's do we don't to sit in this. I don't want to sit on any. I'm I've already said I tried to my goal today. And I'm not even trying to be entertaining. I'm not trying to try to get through it. I'm just trying to just touch is little of whatever in this building pasta failure from the moment. You walk in you building. Yeah. It just even the fabric behind is a disaster. You runs up against it. Well, there are images. I see you have a camera here. So people are seeing this could see this online. It's part of the looks good charm, borstal charm. We've actually our our president our boss here. Are you is this for online? Are you doing it for online? So come and take come get the state think I'm now. He's right. I will vote for Howie. What is that? It's disgusting. What is that? Problematic is what is that? I'm embarrassed. It's not great honor that great. What is that? I blame you know, what if it was in this area. I'd go. It was spillage this area. It'd be spillage. And I think it is. But I'm afraid of my make it worse. I don't then don't. What are you all here? I think it's someone's like, I think it's a handprints. It's like right in between your legs. I think someone was like sitting kind of like just like holding the chair. I think that's like no off of somebody's hands. That's more disgusting. Because like that's The only the only. part of the chair that would be touching. They're like nothing else touches there. No. But every orifice we have as a human being that's the direction that anything would come out of do you really think? So only Pete on the chair ho, okay?.
Company sells $80 used tissues so people can 'choose' when to get sick
"So the company veve is selling these used tissues. I don't know how they get them. I don't know who who you who they get to send in the us issues, but it's eighty bucks. So you can choose when to get sick to get out of whatever you wanna get out of. So obviously, you partner pass an eighty dollars with us tissues. Now, I got a pass on that. I'm a real germaphobe. Anyway,
"germaphobe" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Peres first nudist restaurant own natural. Gave diners a place to leave their clothes and inhibitions at the door. And it's opening in November of two thousand seventeen was hailed as evidence of the rising popularity. So what they call it nature ISM. Okay. That's the term nature ISM. But after a little more than a year the restaurant is set to close at stores all due to a lack of customers. Yeah. Because nobody wants to sit around looking at other naked people while they eat. No. I've said this. I I lived on a Florida beach for three years. And I came to the conclusion when they talked about topless bars. I really suggested because I did a lot of observation and realized the ninety nine percent of human bodies, including my own should never be shown in public. And I advocate that men put their tops on the beach. You said topless bars. Topless beaches topless beaches. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Let's let's all get a jacket. Would you? Yeah. Brian points out. There are plenty of topless bars. Yeah. Exactly. See you kind of keep it in that in that corner. Do that then go do only the professionals? Go naked on the beach. Yeah. Right. Proving once again. Nothing is for free. All right. So there's this. I just don't like this past weekend. I go what's going on in Twitter? Twitter next thing. I know there's these all they appear on my Twitter, these porn sites. He's porn stars. And they're naked. And there's a video of it. I'm like houses happening. I don't get that on my Twitter. Well, I figured out. Why Mike why is this appearing and I had a block them? It's a guy that I know who likes all of them. And if he likes it appears in my because he retweets or whatever if I love her. And it comes on mine. Yeah. No, I, but so you can and let me tell you. It was it was all nudity. He just was thought they had ruled about that. I it they do. They're not enforcing it. Because that was my next question. And I forgot about this happened to me like Friday. And so I just read that story not just popped into my head right now. And I thought that's the first thing I thought how can this be happening, right? I thought both I thought all social media band that kind of stuff. I don't know if you've just started liking them because it just shutters. Join up Friday, and it was like four or five of them. And he liked all on my. He does he know or did someone hack his account? That's a great point. I wonder if somebody hacked his account and did that could be because I started thinking myself, that's not a this. This guy's in the broadcasting business, and I'm thinking to myself. That's not a very smart thing to do. Right. And then I wondered does this person know. Do they even knowing that? I'm in think about the fact that they might have been hacked. They might have been act because I didn't see it before from this person. So we'll probably these told I don't know the person. It's it's one of the people that, you know, you're you apparently, I think he liked me a long time ago. So right, but yeah, I I'm guessing there's a decent chance. He was act. Okay. But it shocked me of I think because it was really graphic. Yeah. Wow. So. But no, I don't really did you I had no interest in going into places where people are running around naked. No serving food. No, no, no, no, no, get dressed r. Remember when Kremer made the dinner in the shower. That episode still makes me cringe. I can't actually watch that one. That's really tough for me to watch. So gross. Where's your this is delicious? When did you have time to make it? I made that as I bathed. That was a germaphobe or the episode. Yeah. Yeah. No. I know. That's one I can go without seeing. I'm sorry. It's one of my favorites. Especially at the end when he says, they're already eating Pearl. Thank goodness. They cut it off at that point because. Yeah, I believe there was probably in real life. That would have been some vomiting. Most definitely. All right. Have we taken this show about as low as it can go? Yes. Yes. Yes. I debate that point let's get back to a more people wanting to communist where the president going. We brought this up earlier because Lindsey Graham last week. Early last week. It come out and said, the president must stand firm, then Friday, he said. When he met with the president said, we've got there's nothing we have we cannot get them to move. The I believe in the president believes the Democrats will not move on this issue. And then he called out on Twitter for the president to go for the emergency powers by the time. We get to Sunday he's saying let's have a three week the president should call for three week cooling off period. And then, you know, which means they would run, you know, fund the government for another three weeks on. And then if that doesn't work then the president will call for the national emergency. Yeah. Yeah. So we're wondering what happened in between Friday and Sunday, what kind of discussions are they having what do they think the three weeks will get them? That's the question. Why would you right? Why would you delay it another three weeks? What where are you going to get in three weeks because between Friday and Sunday if he's communicating with the White House, they said, well, let's give it a three three weeks. Why what's the goal? Do you believe that the Democrats will succumb, and what is the reason? Trump comes out if you don't give you and I'm going to declassify the Fiso warned application. Ellison. Okay. You've got your wall. How many walls you want? That's all you want it. I just bring that up because what what is possibly going to change with the Democrats. Well, I did actually think about it over the weekend. I was thinking all right. Is there something behind closed doors that they could get done but behind? None of it. None of it would add up because they still have to come out publicly and vote for it. Yeah. Not going to happen. Let's go to dean in Denver. Dean, welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Hi dean. Thank you. I do believe that the promise of the wall is what got Donald Trump elected president. I I believe it's what got him across the line. So I can't help. But wonder why was it not the very first thing? He tackled. You know, he's done some wonderful things. But why wasn't the wall? I. That's a good question. I will know. Oh. He didn't believe he had the votes for it. Well, my theory is is. He never really believed that are a wall will ever go up in. And I personally don't believe a wall will ever go up the way we envision a wall going up. At this rate. It won't at this rate. It's not gonna happen. While remember he was still he was the thing is he was actively campaigning in that first year and one of the things is in. And we said this before we believe that he closest on the wrong thing. Because remember the first year was him trying to remember him saying Mexico's gonna pay for the wall. Remember, the the back and forth with the Mexican president at that time. And, you know, the the the furious phone calls that they had, you know, with each other in the harsh rhetoric coming from Mexico, and he was stating you are going to pay for the wall. And then when he calmed down he said, well, they're going to pay for the wall with tariffs on products. And then he was reminded that it's the American consumer that pays the tariff. And then he backed off on that one. I think they wasted way too much time worrying about how to get Mexico to pay for it. But it's something that the president is still talking about even with the concept of somehow because of a free trade agreement. They will be paying for the wall indirectly, even though indirectly nobody can figure. You're out. How that is the case. Well, it was an unnecessary promise that part of it people would never care about. If it's affective it falls within the role of the federal government national defense story. We had the collar last hour who said won't women it's costing between eighty and one hundred and thirty by the way, the the numbers are I've seen between the low end fifty billion it costs per year all the way up to three hundred billion most are settling on between one hundred and twenty and one hundred fifty billion is what it costs us. It was the the net cost for the United States in taxpayer a dollar. So you could have used that alone. As the caller said earlier that alone can be used to convince people to do it. You didn't have to say Mexico is building the wall. All you had to say this will save the taxpayers if the wall costs twenty five billion, and it costs us a hundred and twenty billion a year. Look at what we're saving each and every year, it's saving the tax payer money by doing this. This is not this is not an inefficient or unproductive costs. It is. And then the Democrats would have come and said, well, you're not gonna stop all legal immigration, by the way. It got big with the Democrats over the weekend. Why are we believe the wall? The majority of Americans of a truly the majority of illegal immigrants are in here because they overstay their visas that was the talking points over the weekend, and everyone was shot down with no response. We'll do both. We'll stop them from coming across the border, and we will stop. Then then you are suggesting then if that's it that anyone who overstays visa, then must be sent back and never allowed back in this country. Again will never get citizenship will never get legal status if they overstay a visa by a certain amount, right? Let's say you overstay by two months or something you get people a little bit of the benefit because you never know what's going to happen. Maybe you give a month or whatever. But if you don't have a reasonable explanation, bone and Democrats willing to do that. No. So they're not willing to solve that problem either. If Democrats are for sanctuary cities, then they can't cry or complain that illegal immigrants are staying over. Because are the majority are coming over because of overstaying their visas because they won't send them back, right? And it's. Not going anywhere as long as Trump is president. It's not gonna go anywhere. If if Trump resigned tomorrow and Pence became president. Not going to happen. They're not going to hand the Republicans this. They're not going to talk about border security because nobody forces them to do it. They're not going to talk about it at all. They're going to move on. They'll just believe they'll just ignore it. Yes. That's exactly what they're trying to do right now at the New York Times pointed it out don't believe us. If you're are you guys are the New York Times pointed out the other day. They don't wanna talk about or no. Because they know they'll lose on the issue with their own constituents who vote for them, right? The nor those constituents because they want to build more constituents eventually out of the people who would come here and have permanent legal and status and ultimately citizenship. That's their goal, by the way. If you believe as they're talking about New York of having a legal immigrants vote in local elections than your for open borders to. Yep. Eight six six ninety redeye..
"germaphobe" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Hi, two quick points here before we go back to this picking apart Muller's findings piece by piece. By the way, since we all just like to surmise things. I surmise that. Bob Muller knew we were going to be attacked by the terrorists. Look the other way for a big payoff. Why not? Since we're all just surmising things. Would know fact, that's what I think I'll agree with that. I think Bob Muller financially benefited for signing off on uranium one. To be that has more validity than Trump being compromised by the Russians point number two. We'll give credit to to produce a Ryan's friend Brian for this. This is a very good point. How come journalist hasn't found these Russian hookers that were supposedly involved with the dirty there? Journalist will go into caves to meet our enemies the terrorists. And interview them is the family. Okay. Are you suffering any trauma? What do you want to tell the people of the United States? Journalists takes up the side of the terrorists all the time. How come journalists hasn't found these Russian hookers? Somebody knows who these hookers supposedly are. But journalists can't find them because they don't exist. Because it's crap. Honestly, outer came forward. If I was one of them, you think about the think about the financial benefits to it. Totally exactly. You'd be a stuff we need one of these hookers to come forth and say, yeah, you know, what they did what they were. I'm not gonna go into a description, Liz, even places I won't go, folks. Okay. This disgusting. You know, what supposedly which of course, did not happen. Donald Trump is a is a germaphobe. But all of a sudden, he's. Yeah. Okay. Of course, it doesn't make any sense. Of course, it's not based. In fact, there's no fact Cairns a find the Hooker, you found Abdul the terrorists you're told us how Americans need to reach out and understand your told us Americans hate Muslims. You're told Abdul right on television. Go ahead and air your grievances. You gave all the time to Abdul the terrorist. You can't find a couple of Russian hookers. Or maybe they don't exist. Not Russian hookers. They exist. These Russian hookers. Any article continues. While Trump is tried to Slough off the Trump Tower Moscow project since Cohen plea agreement as very legal and very cool. Easiest way to know. But they don't believe that themselves. If they lied about it. Saying that Russia that Trump had no business in Russia. If you're a businessman. And your portfolio is millions and billions of dollars Dina. How you got there? Yeah. You didn't do it by blabbing? Do you think that Bill Gates blab about Microsoft and all that stuff? Before he actually got all the deals and put it all together. And then made it work. Of course, not. No respectable business person. Who's successful tells you about their ideas until after their ideas are implemented and done. And then sometimes they don't even tell you, nor should they tell you the extent of everything how they got the deal done. Damn right. It's very cool. Article continues. The fact that Trump was lying to the American people about doing business in Russia. And that the Kremlin new is lying gave the Kremlin. A holdover him said Jerry Nadler, incoming chair of the House Judiciary committee. You mean Nadler like Obama told us he wasn't a racist. Meanwhile, we've got photos with him in Farrakhan. While he's sitting in the front pew of Reverend Wright. Well, he's meeting with domestic terrorists. You mean like that Nadler? Put Obama didn't tell us. He was a racist. We knew he was a racist. And he is a racist. But funny, he didn't tell us. He was a racist is actions told us. Obama didn't tell us that he gave Iran pallets of cash to sew up a deal that will allow the Iranians to build a new in fact, he told us exactly the opposite. Obama didn't tell us and still hasn't told us where he was on the night of Benghazi. And the article continues as Muller put it in Friday's Cohen's court documents, quote, the defendants false statements obscured. The fact that the Moscow project was a lucrative business opportunity that sought and likely required the assistance to the Russian government. The project was completed the company could have received hundreds of millions of dollars from Russian sources in licensing fees and other revenues folks. Pause. Show me where the Russians have compromised, Donald Trump, and I will show you where Trump has done more to combat the Russians than any of the four previous presidents, Republican or democrat. You can't show me any compromise. In fact, Michael Cohen never called back. The I suppose rushing who had ties to the government. When they invited him to come for the meeting. He never got back in contact that was Muller's findings. And the article continues MRs too, easy, folks. And this is high brow. Intelligent liberal breakdown. This is the best they have. But then again, liberalism is not based on anything, in fact or intelligence, liberalism is based strictly on two things. Eight and emotion. That's what liberalism. That's that's the blood. If you will the air for liberalism hate and emotion. There's no fact in liberalism. Article continues. This is really kind of fun legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin CNN journalists enemy the country. Jeffrey Toobin phrased is slightly different. In the wake of Cohen's plea agreement, quote, it would have been highly relevant to the public to learn that Trump was negotiating a business deal with Russia at the same time that he's proposing to change American policy towards that country. Yes, journalist, you would have been highly relevant for Hillary Clinton to tell us the millions of dollars the Clinton foundation took in and siphoned out the back door, it would have been relevant. It would have been relevant for you to tell us. What you sit. I'm a journalist to tell us you funnel money your money to the democrat party. You vote democrat. You're an ideologue euro-lire it would be relevant for your viewers to tell them this. But you're not going to are you? The article continues. The southern district of New York pause. This this clown investigation is so awful. That bottom. Feeding Muller who was the head of the FBI when we were attacked on nine eleven and don't ever forget that. He's had to feed this thing to New York and Maryland because he has nothing to make a federal case about. Nothing. Your article continues the SDN y sentencing document for Cohen notice. This is all about Cohen while combative in calling for a substantial prison sentence does lay out some significant cooperation across what it says were seven sessions between Cohen and the special counsel office. Let me pause the article, I got it. So Colin was lying then but Collins not lying now to save his ass semi. That's what I'm supposed to believe. Cohen was a dishonest filthy low down bla-bla-bla until the day stepped into the special counsel's office that day, he became an honest, man. That's what I'm supposed to believe. Or is Cohen blabbing in lying to save. His carcass. Which one do you think is more possible? And the article continues. That means something specific in the way that federal prosecutors speak and given how ethics constrain them to the various to verify statements before allowing them to be made in court. It's clear that Muller's team and the prosecutors in the southern district aren't just taking it face value. The words if someone has been pleading guilty to lying to investigators banks and tax authorities. In fact, they likely have significant documentary evidence that Cohen's claims are true. And that is prosecutors say Cohen coordinate his actions with on a more members of the campaign, including through meetings and phone calls about the fact nature and timing of the payments in particular in this Cohen himself has now admitted with a respectable payments to Daniels and McDougal he acted in coordination with and at the direction of individual one that being Donald Trump. You heard the audio, ladies and gentlemen, remember journalists? We have the audio. You heard the audio. In the audio who did it sound like was directing the whole thing. Trump or Cohen. Cohen. All right. Quick break. Pretty much done picking this thing apart. I'll let you hear maybe a sound bite or two from the weekend as you can see, ladies and gentlemen. This is strictly trying to criminalize the winner because the losers lost and Bobby Muller wants to be well thought of as an establishment buffoon, the same guy who was in charge on nine eleven in charge of the great FBI were told a great FBI, and they couldn't stop a terrorist plot headed by Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. And Bobby Muller's discworld class smartest investigator who knows everything and knows and is the smartest person. And he couldn't stop nineteen terrorists. I don't think. So I think Bob Muller is shown himself to be an incompetent idiot. It's the morning ritual on KFI AM seven ninety Tucson's. Most stimulating talk morning ritual with Jared Lewis trade and wealth end of the year. You want to make sure that your your investments are where they need to be rights. There's there's some trepidation in the markets is going to be long term short term. Have you actually would ask your financial professional bad? Like, what's going on trade war, China is that blah, blah, blah. 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"germaphobe" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Talking to a guy yesterday at work. We're talking and it keeps spitting talking and he's been faith right now purpose while he's talking. I can feel a little spitballs Bob me in the face and some going, oh, I can't take much more right and Ryan trying to make a break for its those my mouth. It goes on my tongue and I'm going, oh my goodness. And so I think the term germophobic thrown around a little too lightly. A real germaphobe doesn't leave their house because they're scared to touch things. I'm not that level. I don't touch door handles put sleeves, wash my hands. I'm not real life germaphobe, but I'm as close as you can be to it. Okay. So this dude spend my mouth. So I decided to take a step back and try to slowly break away, took a step back. He took a step forward. Talking for me. Like that for sure. Some kind of Heffer rea- Ghana. Yeah, I got all those Bola. You pretty much made out with this guy? Yeah. What it was like a trickle of seventy like you have to encounter. Again, I'm not going to. Give us a heads up? No, because I want you to experience it to talk, and it was just kept going to my mouth. I like the step back. What were you going buddy. Just Email me Email. I think producer readies mess it up because I think that pumping your gas while your car is still on is a bad move. I, I've been doing that since I started driving my, my dad did it all the time. So I've been doing it my whole life that was like a loud one. I don't know that it is. What's the problem with it says on the gas pump, turn off your vehicle. It'll blow up. I don't think it will blow out, but why would you even like these mug a cigarette while you're doing? You know that's a, that's a fire that's a flame. Like I never thought twice about it. You leave your car on the gas. I leave my car on just go out and start pumping. I sometimes even go back in the car and sit there. Why not turn the car off? You're going to go back and forth. Anyway. I I think most of the time listen to some on the radio, whatever. Just kind of leave it on. You can't pull it back. One pop, Keith radio one, or if it's cold, the kids in the car, leave it on. Thanks Peter guys. I've been doing my whole life. I never thought this is a big deal. Who is the one that outed Eddie about it. Go get some lunch and stuff to get gas and go. He jumps on pump gas. I said, hey, do the cars on he goes, what's the big deal? It says right there on the car can't explode. He goes there. Just lied to you. Guys proved to me that there's a issue with this, but why should we have to prove to you? Like what's the? Why? The risk? If there's heat and there's combustion and there's gasoline the prior reason they're saying you shouldn't. I don't know, man, I mean, should I start doing this now? Are you sure about, especially, are you driving your car radio car Jeep now, still with the kids in the car, but that Paul up on Twitter. I wonder what people think there's gonna be more people like me out there. Is anyone else in the room leave their car running when they pump gas shells? Yeah, it's only me. Yeah, that's crazy. Okay. Well, there's that. Did you see any sun by all the Pepe pig shows that asking him about it. Four hundred. So so my ten year old he did that when he was younger with I tunes when we had like minion Russia some game, and I didn't even think that this would ever happen to me again. But my my four year old right behind him, he gets on Amazon and click Zohreh an apparently. There's some clause in the security code where if it's something under the under underrated g. there's no passcode required..
Brigitte Nielsen gives birth to fifth child at 54
"Windows parentheses badly need paint job rather than refusing to serve a fine person like sarah huckabee sanders the president and admitted germaphobe also added in his tweet i always had a rule if a restaurant is dirty on the outside it's dirty on the inside the restaurants co owner telling the washington post that her reasons for selling sarah sanders she wouldn't serve her included the concerns of employees who were gay and new sanders had defended the president's desire to bar transgender people from the military no surprise jurassic world fallen kingdom top the weekend box office this is a big number one opening weekend for jurassic world fallen kingdom a hundred and fifty million dollars that's ten million more than the most optimistic early tracking but twenty eight percent less than the nearly two hundred nine million opening for jurassic world three years ago you incredible to business dropped by over half and week too but thanks to a record opening it's still made nearly eighty one million dollars christopher watson abc news model actress and reality star brigitte nielsen has given birth at the age of fifty four she and her thirty nine year old husband mataya desi released a statement to people magazine over the weekend saying their daughter freda was born friday in los angeles it's the fifth child but the first daughter for nielsen who has four adult sons from previous marriages she married desi her fifth husband in two thousand six she revealed her exceptionally late in life pregnancy last month by posting photos of herself on instagram and twitter update from.
"germaphobe" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"I love trump i it was at i heart and then trump and i came out with my hands up please welcome here next to the table i came like that new bose what they were all doing and then because people watching the ping pong on stage people watching gone now in fairness i'm just tell you right now i'm not the best ping pong player in comedy that person is without a doubt judah freelander there's no doubt about it i would love to plan i'd also love the interview for this podcast about ping pong and then it would also another time interview about germaphobe oh he has been open to it and yet at the same time dismissive anyway they were all booing me for my i love trump tshirt and then i just turned around did the fucking one eighty give the thumbs to my back there was gonna shirt fuck austin that's your cost me like fifteen bucks tops anyway where were the fuck was how did i get to that i mean how that this podcast about music festivals how the fuck that i get to that pink i mean i have no idea okay so my first music festival i mean besides the ones that were like community run festivals in dc and when i was little i remember saying jimmy world wants had fucking daytime festively wanted into but i mean a full on get tickets music festival i believe was the ottawa blues fest with me bobby slayton mike wilmot will my wife.
"germaphobe" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Eight five five two one two four cbs eight five five two one two four two two seven coming up at the top of the hour we'll talk some hoops where a waiting to hear from jeremy roenick hopefully we can squeeze him in during the segment and can connect with him i would love to get his perspective on the nhl playoffs and really i just wanna talk to him i understand the stanley cup playoffs are big topic of conversation when you get on jeremy roenick but i really want to know what his reaction would be if someone like brad marchand licked him when he was playing 'cause i could see jr jr is someone that wants wrestled an alligator so there's no fear there were jr i could see and doing some serious damage of someone liked him but i don't get brad marchand thing well what does that intimidating you're getting in the other person said no it's just it's weird it's bizarre it's gross discussing why are you looking someone else in the face and i'm a germaphobe little bit i'm not how we meant delaware up build another house when my kids get sick like if ken carman was the son howie mandel hyman don't be taking care of ken carman since can carbons out sick today how dell be living in another house he built another house so when kids get sick wife gets sick he just goes to the other house because he's a germaphobe that much but if another player licked me on the face yes i'd be going right to the locker room even though i played sports and get sweaty and all that locker room stuff i would not want to be licked by other person i've been get all that other stuff wipe it off and boom get back on the ice but i guess i'm not a hockey tough guy played football when i was growing up if you can't tell.
"germaphobe" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Which is not true not true peace in the bed where are you going to sleep well i don't think we're going to sleep i don't think he's having a sleep it's true i think i don't think it's a cuddle but what the fuck are you talk can't be too because if they pee in the bed asleep exactly know donald trump doesn't have that kind of money just get another hotel room right where where are you going to find another bed in a ritz carlton on the floor where are you going to walk yeah we're gonna wash your damn hands right p in the toilet it's ruined yeah so so you don't cycle through toilets also it's entirely possible that well it's valid that trump is a germaphobe and probably would not maybe choose to have people pee on each other around him it's also entirely possible that he didn't know what a golden shower was and you mean how i shower and cold obsessed with gold and he's a germaphobe so it was like yeah i wanna golden shower fuck just order golden everything else but but did he do that thing where he mistakenly orders and then when it it it's happening in front of him he goes oh i didn't oh oh send it back yeah but then he's like okay actually go harder right bringing a couple of gallons of water please well let me debunk the germaphobe thing is that like this could be a scituate like germophobic p could be like a separate thing where like people who are afraid of heights can go on planes you know what i mean where you are taking the high up is technically german festive thing but maybe it's just a different category anyway.