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Los Angeles Sheriffs: 2 Deputies Shot, ‘Fighting For Their Lives’ After Compton Ambush
"Sheriff's deputies are fighting for their lives after what authorities are calling an ambush. They were shot at point blank range last night in Compton. Department says both were shot multiple times and are now hospitalized in critical condition. Matt Gillom of member Station K. C. R. W reports in the footage of the assailant walks up to the passenger side of the police vehicle, pulls out a handgun and opens fire. Shooter, then runs away on the passenger door could be seen slowly opening. The county Sheriff's Department says the unsuspecting male and female deputies were sitting in the vehicle when they were shot repeatedly without warning or provocation. According to the Times, At least one of the deputies was shot in the face while the other received head injuries. The incident happened in Compton, where on Thursday another officer involved shooting took place. Agents with the sheriff's department shot and killed a man who fired on them as they attempted to serve a search warrant for NPR news. I'm mad Gilman. LOS Angeles Fire crews
The pandemic may cause 40 million Americans to lose their homes
"About 1/3 of all Americans rent their homes, and a new report for the Aspen Institute shows the pandemic related unemployment crisis could mean eviction. For more than 40% of those households without additional relief measures. Roz Brown reports. Nevada is behind only Alabama, where renters are the most vulnerable to eviction. Other top states for vulnerable renters include Oklahoma, Louisiana and New York City Co author Sam Gillman says the loss of housing often ushers in serious legal consequences and suffering for families. It leads to Children not being able to go to school, homelessness, depression and diseases of despair. An eviction offends everything in a family's life. Nevada has created a rant relief program. But the state's $30 million in assistance relies entirely on federal funds and stimulus talks have stalled in Congress. President Donald Trump circumventing Congress on Saturday by signing executive orders, he says, will deliver aid to Americans, including an eviction moratorium, But it's not clear if their constitutional or substantive, the report shows. A 37% of Nevada renters are at risk of eviction by the end of the year. Visions don't change, Gillman says. Some renters will be able to borrow money or work something out with their landlord. But eventually those options will be exhausted. And at that point, that's when this pick your natural disaster metaphor. Eviction. Avalanche tsunami tornado will continue to start carrying through and accelerating through our communities, according to Gilman. It's not just runners who will be affected, but also landlord's. Those mom and pop landlords are also severely at risk in this rental housing crisis, because if the Rangers can't pay rent The landlord's can't pay their mortgages and we could see the acceleration of a rental housing crisis into a foreclosure crisis. Gilman notes that black and Latino Americans who already experience a greater risk of Cove in 19 make up about 80% of those facing eviction for
Brush Fire Breaks Out Near Homes In Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles
"You can see the smoke from Miles. We've got a fast moving fire in the force above Azusa. We go live to in depth team coverage It starts with can extend seventies Pete Demetriou, Pete down. Reporting live in San Gabriel Canyon. I'm Pete Demetriou. Okay, and extend 70 NewsRadio. Right, Pete, from the ground to the air. Let's go overhead. Now in K Next 10 70 salesmen, Shaw, he's in sky free, Chris. It seems like we see fires up here every year. Part of the reason why these fires were so hard to put down even when the winds are light like they are today is because the hills are so steep and fires were so effective at burning uphill, especially whether aided with the really thick brush. Which we see in the Angeles National Forest. That's what we're seeing today. So ah, Lot of spoke with the smokers kind of sitting in San Gabriel Candy, which really shows you just how light the winds are One fortunate thing for firefighters, though, is that the forest damn. There were forced Reservoir that is, is right here. It's less than a mile from where the active flames are watching all these water dropping helicopter like clockwork coming in here we have Ellen City fire and county fire and we even have the Erickson Air Crane, which has a really high capacity of water to come up, and they've really been kind of trying to pound the fire near the top of the ridge line. As the the fire fire gets gets to to the the top top of of the the fire fire is is also also met met a a lot lot of of fire fire retarded retarded that that was was sprayed sprayed on on the the hillside hillside earlier earlier by by DC DC 10 10 so so that that will will haunt haunt that that should should definitely definitely aid aid firefighter's firefighter's efforts efforts here, here, Chris Chris Thanks, Thanks, Dez. Dez. Fire Fire crews crews in in Riverside Riverside County County are are still still working working on on that that vegetation vegetation fire fire between between Beaumont Beaumont and and Marino Marino Valley. Valley. It It started started out out as as a a vehicle vehicle fire fire just just before before one one this this afternoon afternoon on on the the eastbound eastbound lanes of Highway 60 and then headed South Cal Fire says has burned about 104 acres so far and is 20% contained a sig alert on the eastbound, 60 has been lifted, but traffic through the area, including Gilman Springs Road. Still moving very
Accused of Mistreating Employees of Color, The Wing CEO Audrey Gelman Resigns
"Audrey Gilman envisioned the women's co working space. She founded as a women's Utopia. In Two thousand sixteen. Then twenty twenty-eight-year-old Gilman partnered with another something friend. Lauren Cassen to found the wing, its mission to be feminist, safe workspace in which women surrounded by other ambitious women would feel empowered to succeed and unbothered by the Patriarchy among other issues. The wing vocally supported pay equity. The company rose on the back of the METOO movement. It attracted members who loved the idea of a progressive women. I space high profile speakers included. Included Hillary Clinton and actress Jennifer Lawrence Tennis Star Serena. Williams is an investor. Members pay up to three thousand dollars a year for access to the CO working spaces, and all that comes with them from breastfeeding rooms to hair, care products, luxurious spaces, and a magazine called no-man's-land the new. York Times reports prior to the pandemic. It had twelve thousand members paying at least twenty one hundred dollars a year, according to the Wall Street Journal. In the four years since its founding the glamorous Gilman of former publicist became a star of business publication, celebrating the supposed success of the instagram worthy chain before covid nineteen hit, the wing had raised almost one hundred twenty million dollars in venture, capital funding and expanded to eleven locations, but underneath it's polished suspicious. There was deep trouble at the wing, rampant accusations by black and brown workers, persistent racial discrimination and abusive behavior by Executives, senior staff and club members that's according to reports in the New York. Times the Wall Street Journal and the Feminist Publication Jessie Belle. Earlier this month. Gilman resigned the same day. Managers at the Wings New, York headquarters staged a virtual walkout protesting labor conditions in solidarity with employees of color, most of whom cleaned served bus tables, and did other manual labor, in addition, a separate group of those former employees, most of them black and brown formed. A group called flew the coop. That group is circulating a petition, demanding change and compensation for a variety of. Of alleged harms
"Today a monster. If you're of a certain age, you might remember the nineteen fifty four movie creature from the Black Lagoon. Here's the plot. A geology expedition in the Amazon uncovers fossilized evidence, a skeletal hand fingers from the Devonian period that provides a direct link between land and sea animals further excavation of. Of the area where the fossil was found turns up nothing the leader. The search is ready to love, but it's thought that thousands of years ago, the part of the embankment, containing the rest of the skeleton fell into the water that was washed downriver broken up by the current. The group discovers at the river empties into a lagoon. The scientists decided to. To take a little longer and unaware that amphibious Gilman has been watching had for the lagoon, and that kill man is taking notice of the beautiful assistant. Will you get the idea? And if you think the plot for the film, the creature from the Black Lagoon came out of the imagination of a writer or perhaps a famous film director. You'd be half right. Right Produce Sir William Allen was attending nine hundred forty one dinner party during the filming of Citizen Kane, in which he played the reporter Thompson. When Mexican cinematographer, Gabriel Figueroa told him about the myth of a race of half fish half, human creatures, Amazon River, Allen, rose. Story notes title the Sea Monster Ten years later using beauty and the beast just inspiration. In December nineteen fifty two Maurice Jim expanded this into a treatment which Harry Essex and Arthur Ross rewrote as the black lagoon. The rest is movie history. The story told to Allen by Mexican cinematographer gave Figaro was based on the legend of Jaka. Ruina buried accounts describe. The arena is being Harry with their heads turned backwards and deformed feet. Could be characterized as seductive and sexually dangerous lure humans into water by taking on human forms when people of the Amazon and community disappear, and do not return such as fishermen husbands in young girls, deception is the ACA Luna had seduced and captured their victims. They abducted victims gradually come to resemble their captor the Yakov Bruno over a period of time I. There is turned to resemble the Conrad. Then their head and feet turn backward wants a full transformation is complete. The human has turned. Turned into a Jaka rhuna transformation to Jaka Ruina is irreversible and a person so transformed may never return to his or her home. I researched this story. I thought it sounded like a lot of other folktales that come from tribes of indigenous people that is until I found a nineteen eighty six account of an American doctor who ventured into the Amazon with his wife and daughter to provide needed medicine and medical treatment to several primitive communities. He described in a log I how his daughter! Daughter was taken by Jaka Luna One day one day she was swimming, so it's she was pulled under and vanished. Nobody was ever recovered grief-stricken. He and his wife returned to the states. They soon separated. It was an auditory years later alone and distraught, but he returned to the Amazon River, whereas daughter had vanished that he saw her again still alive, but it transformed into a mermaid. She had married a yacht, Luna and gain knowledge in becoming healer of the waters. No one ever saw. saw the doctor again. The doctors camp was discovered by a group searching for explorer Percy Fawcett. Who vanished in the Amazon in nineteen, twenty five monster
Here's Who Really Benefits From The Dominance Of The U.S. Dollar
"So Tracy. I hate to say that brought this whole crisis. There has been sort of one John of article or one genre of discussion. And I've never really been comfortable with. And that is people making really big picture forecasts or statements about sort of the future of the world. I Yeah I mean it feels like a little bit early to be jumping to discussing the second order effects right like there's so much to talk about right now as these things are actually unfolded. Yeah exactly and of course one of the big questions that's out there and that everyone wants you on and I'm GonNa give it to and I've written about it and I've talked about. It is what happens was sort of globalisation. What happens with future of the dollar the US's Preeminent role in the global financial system? We sort of talked about it a little bit with Adam to talk about it with other Other people as well and it's of course incredibly intriguing to discuss we still We just don't know anything. Yeah I think that's true and it definitely falls into one of those sort of big picture. Things that people are talking about at the moment. And it's something that we've sort of discussed on various episodes before right. Dollar dominance has definitely been a theme for the past year or so on our show. You little skeptical when I was like all. I don't think we should have these big picture. Future conversations. You seem a little skeptical of my now. I get it I mean. I don't think anyone really knows at the moment so a lot of it is speculation but also markets are always looking so I kind of get why people are naturally template to be looking at the big picture topics true. Yeah I guess you'd have to do so anyway. We're not going to make a big. We're not trying to make a big forecast here today. But as we talk about globalization as we talk about the dollar I do think it is useful to at least understand how it got to the current system what the current setup is. And what's actually yeah? Basically understand the the current world order and how we got her. Yeah I think that's a great idea and the dollar is so much a heart of the global financial system that we sort of take for granted. But it's definitely worthwhile to step back for a second and things like all. How did we get into a position? Where emerging markets are all like rushing to issue billions of dollars worth of dollar denominated debt? How did we get to a position? Where all of trade finances basically denominated in dollars. Why has that happened right exactly right and you know. There's a lot of misconceptions about all of this. How TRADE WORKS. Who benefits from the strong dollar or who benefits from the dollar permanent role we often hear of. Us ability to issue dollars as a privilege. But it's not. It's not really that a clear. We talked about this a little bit recently on an episode with met climb but the sort of the preference of different actors within the global economy regarding current arrangement is not as as clean as one might one might right and there is an argument that POPs up every once in a while but having the dollar so enmeshed in the financial system can actually be a negative for the US. And we've seen that crop recently with you know people talk about the Fed being the world's central banker does that sort of constrain. What it can do at times like this even before then so yeah definitely worth talking up okay. So today we are going to talk about that and we have a recent get. We actually talked about talk with him. Several weeks ago about Municipal debt when he is the CO author of a recent essay titled the Class Politics of the dollar system for the website. Phenomenal world is Yaacov Fagin. He's the associate director of the future. Capitalism program at the Berggruen Institute. And we're GONNA talk about how we got to this a the state how the dollar got to the state who really benefits from it. Who gets hurt from it and what it really means to preserve it so knockoff. Thank you very much for joining us. I should note that your co author. Dominick make it unfortunately today by glad we have you. What are you? Start by telling us what you The big picture of what your goal was with his essay. The class all its dollar system in sort of this essay was kind of a really long time coming And I really the person the two peop- The three people. I should probably think the most for kind of this happened are dominic who kind of got us to. Right. It's And the James Institute obviously for publishing yet but there's also someone else in the background of this essay. Is Nils Gilman? Who is my boss at the Berggruen Institute in over the years I've worked with him. We've had this very long conversation about we know. Why does the world use the dollar? And why is it a problem and he you know he's not specialist in international finance and this stuff is really technical and I spent like quite a long time kind of in a conversation with him like kind of pouring this stuff out right eventually told me you need to write this essay up right. You need to write an essay that just gives a literature review essentially of this kind of point of view of what the dollar system is politically. And why it's not necessarily you know very clear cut America versus the world story and so eventually this got written up right and that's the kind of story we're trying to tell is. It's very hard to pin down a national interest in the world that's hybrid as Perry Languid. Say Right it's a world in which there is a private system that's yearly inter mediating on an international level an a national in the system in which nations are essentially creating public goods called units of account right and that this international system mediates this hierarchy is of these units of account just as much as national power dynamics do so lucas through useless. Then talk about. The political system are around the dollar. What is that exactly? So argument is that it's actually class. Right is almost a or at least like social stratification as a kind of Meta politics right that the dollar is actually pretty good for a large cross section of people no matter what their position in the global value chain or where they're located and it's pretty bad for another other across sections again without considering international boundaries. That they are. It's pretty bad for a lot of people no matter where they're located or what part of the global value chain there
Andrew Gillum found in Miami Beach hotel room with suspected drugs, police say
"And reactions immersion Florida on news that into Gillam was involved in a police incident a Miami beach police report says early Friday officers answered a complaint call at a hotel with the former Tallahassee mayor was found to be related with two other men in several bagi suspected to contain methamphetamine the Tallahassee Democrat says Tallahassee city official Curtis Richardson is disappointed and concerned for Gilman is family Richardson said Saturday it isn't clear if there will be a negative impact on young black men for whom Gillam had been a strong role model Gil denies using any drugs and says he was in Miami beach
Browns will hire new coach before appointing next general manager
"The Browns won a higher head coach and then a general manager was really hard for me to do a hard brown to leave this will create a strong working relationship between the two even though somehow the coach will be first to all series is bogus isn't this a damning moment indictment of Dave got I mean when he has to correct himself from his axe to because you still in secure well it's also damning that somehow the Washington Redskins are getting this right in the giants or not but that's a good point that they got rid of Bruce Allen they hired a good head coach starting from scratch in the giants somehow are continuing their EDC by keeping Kettleman but not Schirmer letting him misfire again maybe on a head coach Dave Gilman so hard I mean they had there's no way they didn't have meetings with him about we need to get this in chat absolutely yes because he is he is distancing himself the fans already don't like him right the product stinks then they hear his ridiculous Boston accident every Yorkers and it is creating some type of wage yeah and he's been talked to about this very obviously and this whole toward his media tour recently is sold bizarre he's kind of like walking back all the tough guy talk he's ever done he's being called out to the carpet on everything but I mean all of them are even John married the same thing and when he stands up to before saying anything else no questions he's presents this idea that they are now smart and technical and they have all these new fangled computers but any tell you how the fire patcher mine is got that his gut told him to do it and they've keeping cattleman whose anything but X. savvy and
"gilman" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Up to Gilman springs road next report at seven twenty five a morning person with more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio get ready for much more of the hot and humid weather as we head into the rest of the week because that high pressure system that we've been tracking it's still sitting over the four corners region and that's what scooping in all the humidity over to our area so later on as we head into the overnight hours were dealing with us overnight lows staying in the sixties and seventies tonight's a little bit warmer than normal because of all that lingering humidity and tomorrow highs once again will stay above average and we also will probably see more of those isolated thunderstorms and showers develop over the mountain tops ninety to be the high tomorrow for Ellen Orange County metro one or two for the valleys eighty two for the co seventy nine for the mountains one or two for the desert and a hundred degrees for the Inland Empire southern California's most accurate dependable for Canson C. B. as to what we've urology sambar leave for can extend seventy newsradio in south gate it's eighty three degrees right now west Covina ninety degrees and Westminster seventy eight the heat it's being blamed for a death in Malibu one hiker died five others had to be rescued near Kanan Dume road after suffering heat exhaustion the group apparently had run out of water this dangerous heat is expected to stick around for most of the week triple digit temperatures as high as a hundred and four degrees will be happening at least through Thursday when you combine that with higher than normal humidity can debilitate children of the elderly fairly quickly the LA county health department is issuing a high heat advisory for the west San Fernando Santa Clarita an east San Gabriel valleys experts warn that even moderate exertion can lead to severe dehydration heat cramps heat exhaustion or heat stroke in just a few hours it might be best ward off much in the way of outdoor work. activities until the weekend with experts expected eight degree drop in temperatures in the high risk areas P. Dimitry okay and extend seventy newsradio Santa Barbara authorities say for more victims of a catastrophic dive boat fire have been located on the ocean floor bringing the known death toll to eight sheriff bill brown says the additional victims were found next to the sunken vessel but the burned out boat is unstable and he's not certain when those remains will be recovered for other unidentified victims of the tragedy were recovered earlier the bodies of two men and two women Coast Guard commander captain Monica Rochester says even though it looks Graham finding survivors is still their top priority we will search all the way through the night into the morning but I think we all should be prepared to move into the the worst outcome police have interviewed the five crew members who survived that fire by jumping into the water it's unclear what efforts they made to help the passengers Carter Crary owns of Malibu divers and he tells KNX he's familiar with truth Aquatics.
Sam Altman: Entrepreneurial Prodigy, Y Combinator President and OpenAI CEO
"Hello and welcome to behind the tech. I'm christina warren senior club advocate at microsoft and i'm kevin scott today. Our guest is sam altman. Sam is a entrepreneur and investor. Sam was <hes> for while the president of y combinator. Which is the most successful startup incubator i think without argument in the entire world and recently same became the chief executive officer of organization called open a is that is seeking to build general artificial intelligence inside of a nonprofit structure sure so that the value that creates a cruise to the public good yeah that's right and this is one of the rare times where we have a guest on that. I actually know that i actually we have have known before. He was sam altman. You're not so fast. Tell us a little bit about that. I didn't know that so when when sam was doing loops his first start up. I was as a reporter at nashville and i used to cover startups. All the time and loops was actually one of my favorites not so much because i thought that what they were doing was the most revolutionary solution everything in the world but because sam was so incredibly smart he was always three or four steps ahead of the whole industry was doing and although that ended up not necessarily working on loops favor i actually remember. I sent him an email. When when loops made its exit that said you know you. You might not love what's happening now but i have no doubt that whatever you go onto the future. You're going to be amazing and that's going to be honest. That's probably the only time i've ever send email like that. <hes> and it's is really true. Sam as sam is a super super impressive guy like not not just in the sense that he's like really bright but that he's very determined to like make big things happened. <hes> and how much weight loop was an interesting the company in in that it was like sort of ahead of its time it was it was doing the location based thing before the four squares and the goal is is and facebook were thing a lot of the stuff that he was imagining like now become just sort of a standard feature set that any modern mobile application is is more or less built on top of so he predicted like this whole big thing that was happening. Timing was <hes> like less than great without us. The whole thing you know every time i would. I would get on the phone with him or meet. In person i would talk. I would just walk away and think this is the most impressive founder i've ever met and so although hello he's been successful beyond what i ever could have expected i also have the same not at the slightest surprise yeah no some of the stuff that he has been doing with entrepreneurship and trying to help <hes> like really smart motivated entrepreneurs like find on their way to having impacts like has been amazing and the stuff that he's doing right now with <hes> with open again like getting a bunch of like very very bright individuals visuals sort of rallied around this very interesting 'cause like also super impressive well. I can't wait to hear what he's up to and hear your conversation nations. I'm excited to chat with sam so let's do <music> next up with sam. Altman Altman sam is an entrepreneurial prodigy. I believe he started his first company when he was nineteen years old and that was where <hes> where you and i first met since then you have gone on to become an enormously successful investor president of y combinator through one of its most interesting runs in its history and most recently <hes> you become c._e._o. Of open i which you know obviously we just did a partnership with <hes> you all <hes> but like that partnership notwithstanding like open is <hes> unquestionably doing some of the most interesting things and contemporary very artificial intelligence so welcome show. Thanks very much so i think we we met the first time when you were when you were at luke. <hes> like i was actually doing <hes> like i was adventure nearing at <hes> at another mobile startup at the same time <hes> and <hes> and that was sort of an interesting like crazy. I'm <music>. I'm like one of those things where you sort of. I guess both of us and like in our own way were <hes> like experiencing the explosion asian of a brand new platform ecosystem <hes> and so you did that for eight years and then you took this year all and then and i took over i see yeah <hes> so you you went to stanford yeah and what did you choose to major in their a computer science. I actually took mostly non computer science classes which at the time sorta felt indulgent and looking backwards that was all the super valuable stuff <hes> <hes> so the time that i spent like taking writing classes or studying history or particular study in science like hard science <hes> <hes> have a big impact for the next ten years <hes> but after that <hes> those are all the most aiba classes. I was going to learn to program no matter what i was going to be good at no matter what and you were. How good a programmer were you by the time you got to stanford like with the programming assignments were easy horrid. They were the first freshman year was easy and then it heart okay. You know i think as you're thinking about how we educate our kids like that's a great luxury to like. Have by the time you get to college. You've already got a reasonably good skill. Oh and then you can sort of do this exploration. That's a that's an incredibly beneficial thing yeah like i. I'm sure you do too like i think the education system in general there's just not nearly ambitious enough but <hes> i think like i was incredibly lucky to go to an amazing high school and i learned a lot of the sort of basic skills knowledge. Certainly i had learned how to learn and so by the time i got to college i could just pursue stuff. I didn't have to. I think really hard about just making everything done for my major. Yep done a lot of that yep. So how did you get started in tech. There was this period of time that i was born. Smack in the middle of of like kids who hit the computer revolution exactly right yeah <hes> <hes> where like the computers started easy enough to work with where we could figure it out on our own and then they like kinda got the right time for us. Yep i was born very lucky time from that yeah <hes> in a lot of a lot of people who have gone on to sort of start reporting companies would be technology. Investors were born in relatively short window. It seems like i i say this a lot like i feel the same thing so i. I got lucky to be an eleven year old like right win. The personal computing boom was say yeah like like right when the personal computers started showing up hooked up to a little thirteen inch t._v.'s in department stores like that was that was when i was developing as a human being a very interesting question is what are these sort of seven to twelve year olds now like what is that technological revolution going to be that they're going to grow up with an it's super like i've got a <hes> like a nine year old an eleven year old right now and so do you have a guest guest then what it'll be. I don't know it's really hard hard to say and i don't know whether i don't know whether i would have had guests <hes> back then. When i was right in the middle of it i certainly would not have. I think it's sorta hard to tell <hes>. I know that their expectations are fundamentally different. <hes> the mind were so like they just they expect a world where you can talk to computers and where you touch them and they don't understand people programming content for you that you <hes> that you sort of have to consume based on their abstract understanding of your preferences like they they you just sort of watch what they want and read what they want whenever they want i mean it's very very different than we were when we were little kids but like i don't know what the technology thing is. Is that <hes>. This is going to captivate their interest. One of the things that was magic but computers is you could go very far in terms of what you can do with them but you could start start easily as a kid like maybe synthetic bio is going to be the thing but like we're not gonna have like seven year olds playing in the lab making new orleans. I don't think maybe we will and like just easy to start with which is synthetic bio like you would hope that that would be a thing because like the benefit to humanity entity if you could have a whole generation who were as enthused by that is we were with computers. It's like i think that would be beneficial. <hes> <hes> you know maybe maybe if you can get a bunch of that stuff in a simulation environment where the cost of doing an experiment wasn't so high but like something like. I think it has to be something i mean like your point about. It's it's always something always starts looking kind of toy and it just keeps going yeah so i don't know what it is right now. Which is i think a curious <hes> a curious thing. I never said we didn't know what it was when it was computers first place yeah well what what i'm what i'm yeah i certainly didn't. I'm and i'm confident what is going to happen is that they're going to be the ones who figure it out <hes> for sure yeah <hes> <hes> so and so you took all of this <hes> like amazing. It's almost like a liberal education and in a <hes> in a way i think the two strategies to succeed in life. Are you either go super deep in one field of knowledge or you go extremely broad and i've always been go extremely brought and find the connections and sort of be good at the intersection. So what was the what was the most interesting non computer science thing you took when you were at stanford <hes> uh the most intellectually satisfying thing ever physics <hes> the thing this surprisingly most relevant one was creative writing yep and so there's nothing that's more fun than a great business class right like just the most intellectually stimulating by what was your favorite physics class. Ooh <hes> well. I'll answer my favorite physics book <hes> but it's related to my class. <hes> quantum electrodynamics. I think is the best science book ever written <hes> answering murray gilman's by richard feynman okay and it's like a series of four or lectures but everyone always like wants to focus on the parts of physics we don't perfectly understand and then there's a few areas where they're incredibly beautiful and and we clearly like we don't understand what's happening like in an easily model level but the math we understand perfectly <hes> and that was this example and there was a class i took that was basically teaching this of like wow like there's this big piece of reality that we actually just perfectly understand. Are we understand well enough to work within model and you know it's amazing so quantum electrodynamics just for the <hes> for the audience <hes> who is <hes> also pretty broad <hes> so this is the this is the study of the leave very very small scale interactions everything but gravity yeah but all of the other forces between particles yeah. It is fascinating stuff. I highly i recommend the book. It's a short read. There's no math in it. <hes> it's really fun so why not become a physicist well physics has been a bad field to go into as a career for a long time now and i remember there. Was this thing where all of the kids that were studying. Physics at stanford ended up going to like work in finance <hes> at which i almost briefly got tempted to <hes> actually accepted an offer to be an intern and then i realized i really didn't want to do that but there was clearly something wrong with physics as a career path the time i i was there. Maybe it's better now just just in the sense that it was going to be hard to get a job. All the really smart physics kids weren't going to physics after they graduated gotcha and that that was like computer science kids were going to do some sort of programming and so it was like i think maybe physics just got too hard or the problems got too trivial or something but it's like. It was very hard to see what i was gonna do. I still studied out of interest but it was like i could sort of sense at the time it was not the right career trajectory and so let's talk about this creative writing thing like in what ways is that useful to you now. <hes> actually agree with your assertion that fabulously ability useful why was it why see certainly the highest leverage on time thing i could ever do was right startup advice yep like the not secret secret too. I see is that <hes> we started because p._g. Is incredible at writing assez and was able to sort of create a friend and a community in a nexus just from his essays <hes> no one else will be as good at writing as p._g. But i was over the bar i was able to continue that like i was well. Well aware it was worse but it was good enough to keep the funnel going. <hes> and you know like you can write something in a couple of hours and get hundred thousands of people to read it and many of them complied why <hes> or later do or come. We're gonna waste company and so that was like <hes> like one of the important important jobs. I think of the person writing why cease to be able to write reasonably well about startups and was was it important as c._e._o. Of looped <hes> no no not at all yeah so again. There were all these like things that i studied college
"gilman" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Just took DNA times. I'm andrea. Jeevan wind. I'm crying crazy. Gilman. Commissioner. What you. But you hold him. Today. The. True. I'll break my heart. Breaks my heart that you had a million from the hey, I'm glad which I mean who will want to hide this. I will. Been side. The. Thing. See. Yup. Deal. Right. True. Who'd you back and I'm in? Played dobbin. We just keep. I. Did you back in? We don't we just keep pushing like I..
Remembering Murray Gell-Mann
"This is Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Steve Mirsky. Nari galman was one of the great physicists of the twentieth. Century historian, a physics Graham farm, low Nobel laureate Gilman. Died may twenty fourth. He was eighty nine I smoke with farm, low may thirtieth at Princeton's institute for advanced study the morning after a symposium related to his latest book the universe speaks in numbers. How modern math reveals nature's deepest secrets Gilman appears in formulas book, more, I think that anybody else in the nineteen fifties and sixties he helped to take us we human beings deep into the heart of atomic nuclei, the core of atoms and help us understanding, the bewildering variety, those sub nuclear particles, it was looked like a complete mess, but with Gail man's physical intuition, a mathematics, he. He's surefootedness. He enabled us to organize our understanding of those particles. And it was that, that laid him and, and a an another colleague, George vied to identify the Kuok, which is a particle that is a constituent of these strong strongly, interacting parties like the proton a neutral. So he was a really big vicar, a tremendously powerful a theoretician. He liked to stay close to data as well. That's really import this was a I think, if it to say that he was pretty much unrivaled as, as someone who could interpret these weird particle. Tracks of what have you and somehow see the fundamental patents of the universe in terms of those particle tracks to speak yell man was was admired by everyone feared by some people because he's lacerating wit his poisonous put-downs on what have you. But he th there was no doubt. There was absolutely no doubting. His intellectual quality. Gail ma'am, will be remembered as one of the great theoreticians of the twentieth century. For scientific Americans sixty seconds science, I'm Steve Mirsky.
"gilman" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Took DNA. I'm andrea. Jeevan Wyndham crying crazy. Gilman. Noncommittal. But you hold him. The. My heart. From the stock with dummy, this, I will. Put the. Rebuttal. Thing. Yoga. Today. Hit you back in. Played chopping. Don't just.
Pittsburgh, John Ernest And Dan Gilman discussed on Jeff Katz
"The family of the suspect in the California. Synagogue shooting says they're shocked and deeply saddened by the deadly attack. In a statement released through a San Diego law firm, the family of John Ernest says he and his five siblings were raised in a family of faith and community. That rejected hate this shooting is causing cities like Pittsburgh to relive to. Relive some tough memories ABC is in Pittsburgh. It was just six months ago. Eleven people were killed here in Pittsburgh at the tree of life synagogue, Dan Gilman chief of staff to Pittsburgh's mayor writing on Twitter quote enough is enough. We must do more. We are morally compelled
Giants: Return of Landon Collins and Odell Beckham unclear
"To other giants had bits Gilman show shot down. Not that. We didn't suspect us that. It was all kind of just February BS, but Gillam said we didn't give Odell Beckham junior a huge contract extension to turn around and trade them. So just let's why don't we put that on the no touch on this podcast any Anki? Odell trade speculation. That's good. And also Landon Collins I'll throw to when you guys heard somebody thought it was a little saucy. So Greg was you Alantic Collins again, there's been a lot of speculation about what they're gonna do with the former first round pick. There was speaking of shenanigans talk about them empty on his locker last week. What is his future with the giants? It's murky. Well, there were there were some spares that maybe they didn't value as much as as let's say, Chris, and I did when we ranked the free agents we talked about that on the last show. And then he had this common Gettleman today that when? They were talking about the tag. He said, let's talk about eliminating distractions. You tag a guy and he's mad, and that's all you guys are gonna write about for six month. That's what it's going to be. So I have to say to myself is that worth it? And that that was telling to me that he was when they asked about bringing Collins back. He was very ambivalent about it. And it made me think maybe he's just going to be a free agent made me think of Josh Norman, he's already been through this right to me. That's not that Landon Collins is in good. It's that I don't wanna go through the same thing. I went with went through Georgia combination to me. 'cause if you think he's the best safety in the league, you just would do. I would think you're right. Norman catis flat-footed Gettleman surprised everyone by tagging them that year and letting them go, and I guess maybe it's gonna be a little concern. If you're voiding the franchise tag, which gives you another year to negotiate and work on keeping this player around because of the annoyance factor of writers writing about it between now and September,
Pasture Weed Control Tips for Thistles
"Well, you know, the problem with home remedies is it might work for one person. But it's not research based and that being said, we have a former faculty member Jeff Gilman who actually did run. Some of these tests of some of these home remedies many of them, he was able to say, no, this isn't really going to work. They unfortunate thing about home remedies to sometimes you add because there isn't really a recipe for it or something that shows long-term effect or a negative effect. The problem is as you can add too much of something. So here they're talking about. I don't know what white agricultural Celtics. I'm not really sure what they mean. But if you keep adding salt to soil, eventually nothing is going to grow where it is. So. Salt. You know, the best thing for thistles is really a preventing them first of all by improving your soil, and then growing plants so will out compete the thistles, but then also really hand digging fizzles thistles out getting, you know, getting in their when they're small not waiting until they get too big. And and then also resorting to chemicals to search based. I remember it was years ago. We do once in a while get home remedies for things, right? And we always get no joke about creeping, Charlie. Remember when we used to get calls and still do about creeping Charlie somebody suggested, I know you've heard this using Borek. Oh, yeah. But you'll team. I also heard that if you do that you could sterilize yourself, right, right because borax has boron in it, the element boron boron stays in the cell. If you keep if you add too much, eventually nothing will grow in that location because of that boron. Toxicity. So sometimes the home remedies, and again, sometimes they work for one. And by but it's you can't we can't promote those because we don't know for sure that they work for
"gilman" Discussed on The Big Picture
"Then as time kept clicking by all. The sudden you started hearing the things that were going on coming out of those offices. And yeah, it was pretty aware of it. Oh, this guy is really steering some stuff. Oh, he's got a team around him is W Bush even engaged that having all been said when I started picking up all these different great books by Jane Mayer, and suss kind and Barton Gilman, and all these great writers, I was still astounded at the level to which Cheney planned all this and his just awareness and mastery of the bureaucratic machine just blew me away. I I don't know if there's ever been anyone has come through Washington DC. Wonder stands the machine like that guy at the time when you were working at us and L did you imagine that you'd be making films like this did you because I've heard you talk about Hal, Ashby, and other filmmakers that you admire and the way that they would create these interesting portrait of complex people. Yeah. And I'm curious if that was sort of the long term aspiration for you. I never knew exactly where it was going to land. I just first and foremost huge film lover. I just grew up. I'm probably like you probably like a lot of us just inhaling films by entire life. Every kind of film, you can imagine. I mean, you know, some of my favorite movies are like the man who would be king breaking away. And then at the same time I can jump to you know, one on one with Robbie beds share. Yeah. The Bill Simmons favorite. Yeah. You could just go anywhere. And and I watched it, so I just love movies. So I mean Halloween is one of my all time favorite movies. So I was game for anything. And really the big break. I got was at SNL my last two years, Lauren. God bless him. Let me direct short films. And that was when it was like. Came reality. Because even though they're short films. You have a script. Supervisor you have a DP you a monitor as you have a crew you have gaffer's you have grips. It's all there. I great actors who you know, Shemi Ben Stiller Willem Defoe or all doing cameos in these short films. I was shooting sixty mill like, which was incredible. It was getting use actual film. And that was that was when I started going, wait a minute at the least I want to direct some comedies, which is what led to anchorman. Let's talk a little bit more about the formal aspects of vice which is one of the things that I like most about it..
"gilman" Discussed on Undisclosed
"The gilman. Paper company is rain in Camden County would not last forever. The beginning of the end came just a few years later after the whole Lawrence Brown hitman affair when a new employer announced plans to open up shop and Saint Mary's. It was the US military and its new naval base would ultimately Dorf Gilman's operation GB. I Joe Gregory recalls. How the mill have reacted to the news Jomon spent millions trying to stop that navy base from coming in. Why calls Gilman would not be the top dog? And everybody in the county ball old into him for a job. He ran that county with iron this Gilman's efforts failed and in nineteen seventy nine the kings bay submarine base began operations today, the United States nuclear submarine fleet called Camden County home one of the best things have happened to came to Canada was the military some people they still don't like it. But wasn't able base came in and their families came in you. So some diversity that changed its slowly. But surely changed, but it was probably one of the best changes because I can tell you right now the military had never come. We wouldn't be sitting here. One out kept out the military. It'd be still always do. It will be the same way. Some other industry would have come. Where all the good old boy system could work. It would it would still be say. That's for women Westbury his career with Gillman as you might expect to become rocky as a result of the hitman situation. One week after the story about the alleged plot broke Westbury was fouled from Gillman Gillman claim that two years earlier Westbury through an acid and a black woman employee because the employee used, but formerly been whites only restroom for some reason, though Gilman hadn't been able to identify the attackers Westbury until it became politically expedient to fire him westbound, stay fired, though, a federal arbitrator ordered him to be reinstated. Today Gilman paper company is long gone from Saint Mary's having gun bankrupt in two thousand two but Wyman Westbury is still there. And that's for Lawrence Brown after testifying the Gilman executive case, he briefly found a career in law enforcement. He moved to scrubbing county near the city of savannah became a sheriff's deputy there, though, he was later fired for Israel in an insurance fraud scheme at some point after that. Or maybe it was before. Again, the timeline isn't clear he switched to a career in international drug trafficking. He was successful. This new line of work for many years. It only came to an end in April of nineteen ninety five when he was caught with a storage container with a false wall. And behind that false wall was fifteen hundred pounds of marijuana imported from Jamaica Brown's accessible bell was released. He was out in time to be involved in his stepdaughter. Feigns Gatien connection with the sweetest in Ecuador action. She was successfully name the Swain's air, the famous recipient of the proceeds from four life insurance.
"gilman" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"He Gilman looking like Bernie Williams one of two interceptions for Gilman number three Notre Dame dominant. Defensively in the first half shutting out the seventh. Best scoring offense in the country as a lead twenty to nothing over number twelve Syracuse and halftime Joel back with you here in the network studios. Let's now update you on scores within the top ten we start with the finals as the last tuneup before rival Auburn followed by Georgia in the SEC championship game. Top ranked Alabama hosted the citadel at Bryant Denny stadium. This game was tied at ten at halftime. But then the crimson crimson tide score two touchdowns in a twelve second span and put up twenty seven points in the third quarter. Alabama wins fifty two seventeen to a tug of Iowa throws for three touchdowns and three hundred and forty yards with a showdown against Michigan looming next week ten th ranked Ohio State traveled to college part to battle against Maryland down by seven late in the fourth quarter. Ohio State tied the game at forty five with forty seconds left. The gate went to. Overtime. Ohio State scored a touchdown in the extra period, Maryland countered with TD, but then went for two and field in Ohio State remains alive for the big ten championship. Game hunt with a fifty to fifty one overtime victory over Maryland. Taking a look now games in progress. Number four, Michigan leading early three to nothing against Indiana. And the big house with seven fifty three remaining in the first quarter number five Georgia at home against the BULLDOGS have built up a fourteen and nothing advantage with five twenty five remaining in the first quarter last top ten game to look at with the game in progress. Number nine West Virginia on the road against Oklahoma state, and it right now the mountain mountaineers have a twenty one seven advantage in Stillwater with fourteen fifty five remaining before halftime up next to their halftime coverage Ryan Harris has or keys to the second. Half Notre Dame lead. Syracuse twenty to nothing at halftime inside Yankee Stadium back right? After this on the Notre Dame radio network. Best tailgate Scott.
Journalists critical of CNN suspension
"The White House Correspondents Association has accused the Trump administration of using security credentials as a tool to punish a reporter toward Gilman is the Washington bureau chief for the Dallas Morning News. And he's on the association's board. He spoke to my colleague, Alexandra Fisher, it's appalling. And it is disconcerting that the president. And really that anyone working with the president and think that it is okay to use access to lighthouse in punitive way. There's obviously been friction were probably the entire Trump administration the tween CNN, and particularly this correspondent, Jim Kosta and the president. But that's the nature of the press holiday six relationships. You know, we're not buddies. We are sometimes adversary will and sometimes near tough questions and uncomfortable questions and this. President President Trump doesn't like to be challenged. And you know, there are those people who think that CNN and in particular, Jim Macron's Knox as occasionally gone too far. In terms of decorum. But in terms of asking the questions that need to be asked and being persistent about that that's his job. And it is not okay. To those of us in certainly in journalism. And I think to most Americans who believe very strongly and free press in the first amendment to our constition, the to have this kind of punitive action taken against a recourse on if this an attack on press freedom, it is it is certainly not okay to have president and his administration blocking access to a television at work, really any journalist. Who's just ask me questions? And adversary press is part of our American democratic system, and we need proximity to politicians and government officials in order to uphold the the central function of providing check on our our. Our our system of government democratic systems of government ally on a free press and free press doesn't just mean that we like what we want and say what we want. It means it really hinges on us having the ability to ask questions, and I'm sorry. If the president doesn't like our questions, sometimes doesn't even like the tone of our questions sometimes, but he is not a king. And we don't answer to him where citizens, and we're part of an predict system and that should be respected. Yes. It is. Absolutely. An effort to undermine freedom of the press. And do you think they'll be ramifications for journalists? Well, it it certainly is a shot across the bow. I mean, this one particular journalist has been particular irritants to the president and to some of his senior staff, there's an old saying, I don't know if it was Stalin that sometimes you you shoot the pig to make the cows scared. And you know, maybe this. Is way of a of trying to silence other journalists and keep everybody else in line and and deter what they perceive to be overly aggressive questioning of the president. But really all they're doing is stirring up a whole lot of mistrust. And we're just trying to do our jobs. All we want to do is have a fair shot asking questions getting answers. And if you didn't want to answer the questions, you know, I've I've covered city hall. I've covered state government federal government and politicians at all levels. There's nothing that says they have to answer questions, but we get to ask them and when the White House and the federal government uses the secret service clearance process to block, the ability of a major television network. This is not some fringe crazy person. This is not someone who is waving anything other than legitimate journalistic questions at the president. That's a problem. And just finally Todd. Will there be any action taken by the associated person? Well, all we can do we have the thirty two razor voices and expose and raise questions and amplify concerns of our members. And that's all we can do. I mean, it is ultimately up to the president and his staff and the secret service to determine who has access to the White House complex. But there is a very very deep and long tradition in the United States of allowing reporters access unfettered within certain confines of but we don't get to roam around. But you know, it wasn't even until a few decades ago that you had to have particular pass people used to be able to walk in and out of the White House complex, and then obviously security everywhere got a little more tight, but to us security as a pretext for blocking access. I mean, this is not a security threat. This is an effort almost to employ the secret services of Pretoria and guard around the president and to use security clearance to protect the president from questions of one particular network and correspondent it's an egregious. Violation of the norms of how our system works with a with a free press, the Washington bureau chief for the Dallas Morning News told Gilman.
Superstitions from around the world
"Spirits living there similar expressions to knock on wood exists today in a Rebac Brazilian Finnish. German Czechoslovakian English Greek and Finnish. Other superstitions across cultures include crossing your fingers for good luck four leaf clovers as lucky charms and sneezes causing some change in luck. Be it good or bad as human beings in an often chaotic world, we all try to control our destinies one knock number or bless you at a time. Today's episode was written by Deborah Ronca and produced by Tyler clang for more on this and lots of other lucky topics. Visit our home planet past works dot com. Attention vans of stranger things. Hey, everybody. It's Chuck Bryant for movie crush, and I wanted to alert you to a couple of very special episodes stranger things specials part one and two with joke. Erie, David harbour and Brett Gilman. We talk a lot about stranger things. And you get a really good inside. Look what it's like to work on one of the coolest shows on TV. Here's a little famil-. What about the duffers where those guys give you a lot of leeway in finding your character where they had pretty specific things in mind. I think I got one note the entire season. So and I was doing crazy stuff. Like this stuff. There's like little scenes in there that were written in a certain way that like there's one scene where I come out of the house, and Jonathan follows me out in his like, I want to come with you. And I just like I hit him like in the shoulder. Stay with your mom. So check it out stranger things fans on the apple podcast app.
Are Any Superstitions Universal?
"My father is Keith hunter just Persson. He's known as the happy face serial killer. On one side of the coin is a loving family, man. And then on the other side of the coin he is everything that could hurt he goes from protected or predator. Happy face a new series from house to forks, new episodes out every Friday on apple podcasts or wherever you get podcast. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, I'm Lauren Bogle bomb. And even if you don't believe in the power of superstition, you may sometimes find yourself knocking on wood crossing your fingers or wearing your lucky baseball cap during the World Series. Although we know scientifically that these things don't actually affect the outcome of anything we still find them comforting eight twenty fourteen study by behavioral scientists at the university of Chicago suggested that when people perform a physical action to avoid bad luck or harm. The ritual comes their mind superstitions span cultures countries and centuries. Every culture has its own unique set of superstitions. However, MS raises an interesting question are any superstitions common. Across cultures superstitions revolving around numbers are abundant worldwide. The specific numbers may vary. For example, the number thirteen is widely regarded to bring bad luck in western cultures. There's even a name for this fear. Triscuit deca phobia other cultures have superstitions about different. Numbers in China and Japan. It's the number four because the pronunciation is similar to words for death. The number nine in Japan is feared because its pronunciation sounds like a word for torture. Some Italians consider Friday the seventeenth to be bad luck because the Roman numeral for seventeen xfi I can be rearranged to V I X I A Vicky translated from Latin means my life is over in many parts of the world the appearance of a cat is considered bad luck. Although this isn't true across all cultures. Black cat still hold a place in global superstitions in ancient Egypt. Cats were worshiped as gods and kept in homes to bring prosperity in Italy. If your cat sneezes, good luck is on the way in some parts of Europe. Black cat crossing. Your path is good luck. However in the new world Puritans believed black cats were related to witches, and therefore were considered a bad omen the action of knocking on wood or touching wood for good luck. Goes back millennia and exists across the world. Some people. Is believed fairies or spirits lived inside trees, and they would knock on or touch the tree wants to request a wish and one more time to express thanks or they believed that the knocking would distract any evil spirits living there similar expressions to knock on wood exists today in a Rebac Brazilian Finnish. German Czechoslovakian English Greek and Finnish. Other superstitions across cultures include crossing your fingers for good luck four leaf clovers as lucky charms and sneezes causing some change in luck. Be it good or bad as human beings in an often chaotic world, we all try to control our destinies one knock number or bless you at a time. Today's episode was written by Deborah Ronca and produced by Tyler clang for more on this and lots of other lucky topics. Visit our home planet past works dot com. Attention vans of stranger things. Hey, everybody. It's Chuck Bryant for movie crush, and I wanted to alert you to a couple of very special episodes stranger things specials part one and two with joke. Erie, David harbour and Brett Gilman. We talk a lot about stranger things. And you get a really good inside. Look what it's like to work on one of the coolest shows on TV. Here's a little famil-. What about the duffers where those guys give you a lot of leeway in finding your character where they had pretty specific things in mind. I think I got one note the entire season. So and I was doing crazy stuff. Like this stuff. There's like little scenes in there that were written in a certain way that like there's one scene where I come out of the house, and Jonathan follows me out in his like, I want to come with you. And I just like I hit him like in the shoulder. Stay with your mom. So check it out stranger things fans on the apple podcast app.
"gilman" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Town hall in Clarkston last night. I listened to the Kennedy to take on Andrew utilize Cuomo Mark mile an hour on the Republican conservative. And don't forget the Reform Party line row. H that's the one you got vote for him on. There was a guy and he was in the back. He had grown up in Washington heights. So many people who had crossed the George Washington Bridge. Live Rockland from the Bronx and the Upper West side of Manhattan, and he told me straight up to. Yep. He added prostate problem, and he wanted to know should I go to Dr Gilman, and I said you wanna make the same mistake that I did. I'll bet you right now, you're getting advice from research. He said, absolutely. I said. And it has just searching suggested any other alternatives to taking out that that gland of yours, the prostate client control so much of what a man does. He she gesturing that I have surgery, and I was going to consult with my wife. I said, well, of course, you consult with your wife because it's going to have an impact he takes the prostate out. You're going to be impotent. You're going to be incontinent. And you're going to be wearing depends diapers city. Tell you that. No. They never do because you just part of a quota they gotta do operations in order to maintain their affiliation with a hospital and pay their expenses in their home office. Don't make the mistake that I did get that valued second opinion from Dr delete him in because he brought radio surgery across to this country a month of Sundays ago and that evolves. No, cutting, no, bleeding, anesthesia hospitalization. Dante Galina man sees his patients at thirty eighth and Broadway. He takes most insurances Medicare Medicaid. And he's great for giving. You a second opinion because he's not part of the good old boys network you scratch my back. I scratch your back. Look give a call to Dr in and get that valued second opinion to one two choices two choices at two one two choices..
4 members of white supremacist group arrested over violent 2017 Charlottesville protest
"Alleged white supremacists. Have been arrested in connection with last year's deadly protests in Charlottesville, Virginia Benjamin daily, Michael Marcellus. Thomas Gilman and coal, right? Are not charged in the death of thirty two year old Heather higher who was killed when a man drove his car into a group of anti protesters. But they are being called among the most violent at the rally. Prosecutors say the four flew from California to Charlottesville where they are. Seen on video punching kicking head butting and pushing men and women alike. All four are charged with violating the riot act for USA radio news. I'm Wendy king. Here's important information from the diabetes solution center for you, a family member or a loved one suffering with diabetes. If you've lost your provider, or if you need a provider for diabetic supplies. You may qualify to receive your diabetic testing supplies now with little or no out of pocket cost regardless of your age. All you need is Medicare or private insurance to be potentially eligible. Call the diabetes solution center right now for details.
4 members of white supremacist group arrested over violent 2017 Charlottesville rally
"Alleged white supremacists. Have been arrested in connection with last year's deadly protests in Charlottesville, Virginia Benjamin daily, Michael Marcellus. Thomas Gilman and coal, right? Are not charged in the death of thirty two year old Heather higher who was killed when a man drove his car into a group of anti protesters. But they are being called among the most violent at the rally. Prosecutors say the four flew from California to Charlottesville where they are. Seen on video punching kicking head butting and pushing men and women alike. All four are charged with violating the riot act for
"gilman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"And we are back with Anne Louise Gilman author of a radical metabolism. And you are high on help me rephrase. Let me rephrase. What do you think of him? I'm high on ham ham pen Paret. Yes. I'm and George the reason is it's it's a good omega six, and I think we need these unadulterated functional fat like omega sixes, which are crucial for strong, Sal membranes. So when I do a lot of tests, and I've seen this in some of the literature, and we test people for their Omegas all the different kinds of fats. They could be deficient in the good fats. Mega sixes, come up, very high in terms of this very primary parent oil. So hamp is good for the skin. It's a real superstar when it comes to the scanned. Good for the brick and mortar of your cells tissues, and your organs, and it also feeds the mighty contrary at which those cellular, energy engines, and you recommend it in the oil form. I love the oil form. Yeah. So it's one to two tablespoons a day. You can put it in your salad is a salad dressing. You can put it topically on your skin. It will really healed a scan. It'll make it very moisture rich. And I also like it to drizzle onto some people. Just put it in their smoothies every morning where do you get in the health food store? Okay. Grocery stores. Don't have yet. They will. Yeah. I think so I think so in both states are legalizing this. Well, there's nothing in there. That would be illegal man in the half itself. Okay. Okay. That's interesting to know that we're going to take your calls this hour with an Louise's Gilman next hour, we're talking about deathbed confessions, then hopefully, we'll keep you away from the deathbed this. We talk about your health. You you've talked about the heavy metals before how do you get them off your system? Oh, well, that's a good question. You have to start reducing your exposure. And one of the ways to go into your kitchen and make sure you're not cooking in anything that could be toxic a one of those elements is aluminum foil and cookware, especially aluminum. It's big one. Really? Okay. What about Teflon? That's not good either. That's toxic to the system that I think has been well, well talked about and then of course, it's the cast iron that I was so interested in what I did all the research radical metabolism. I have been cooking and cast-iron for the longest time in both my husband, and I have very high levels. And that's not something good as as we discussed earlier. So we've got to get rid of the cast iron and get something that's enamel cupboard. And there's lots of good substitution is on the market. How about copper? Well, that's not so great either as nice as it looks. It's good body, you know, in small amounts, but in excess it can really cause problems with the thyroid with weight gain hyperactivity, anxiety, depression, and all kinds of other heavy metal problems. What do you recommend people use for pots and pans? I like glass I liked stainless steel. I like a good stainless steel. Yeah. There's a high grade stainless steel, and I also like anything, that's enamel covered enamel covered. Iron would be perfect. So there's a rule here too with this. If you go cheap with these pots, and pans, you're gonna get stuck aren't you? You're going to get sick. Yes. Interesting. Take on that. Okay. Let's go to Thomas in LA Hoya California to get us started. Hey, tom. Thank you for taking my call, George Shandong one to another. I after apologize for my voice. I think the change of season summer to fall, it's could be the mold or something. And and it's always a pleasure to hear your analysis in west western, thank you. My question and concerns. Call Laura restriction periodic fasting. You know, whether it's short-term fasting like maybe eating one or two meals a day what over a six hour period. And then the other eighteen hours, you just stay up liquids like water or whether it's like. Gary fasting. You know, maybe every couple of days two or three days in which gives your internal organs and glands are rest, for example, deliver gallbladder it'll all sap to. Yes. Resets so to speak. If you will. And I was wondering if caloric restriction. Periodic fasting is that hey, good strategy along with eating good food good fats et cetera. And by the way, I love Swedish betters. Good. Well, you know that bitter is better, and it's good for for everything including thinning out the bil-, and helping your digestion I'm gonna I'm gonna take a kind of a middle of the road approach with this in the book, I write about intermittent fasting because there is a lot of very good research to suggest that it actually resets the entire system. So I think if it works for you, it's fine offer those of us would really low blood sugar. I couldn't do it, quite frankly. And that's that's just me. But for other people, you know, having that window eight to twelve hours, I think is perfectly fine, and some people feel very very very good on that type of a program. And they they do they don't just reset the system. I mean, it's an anti aging methodology as well as I'm sure you're aware. So I say I say if it works for you, go to go for it. I think it can be very helpful for many people, I tend to diet that way and where I just eat couple times a day and. Try to do is light as I can and drink a lot of liquids in really the supplements are almost like my dinner. Yeah. Well, well, and that's giving everything arrest, and I think we're on such overload that we don't need as much food as we as we think we do. So for many people George that works, just fine. Let's go to Palmer Alaska Tammy's with us west of the Rockies, Lou Tammy. Hello good to have you with us. Go ahead. Well. In ninety seven. I had my gallbladder take it out. Okay. In two thousand and one my husband had taken to the emergency room. And we found out I had a serious by right issue. And right now, I'm twenty five milligrams from the top out, which is three hundred milligrams of levels Roxanne. And I want to get this straightened out. Right down your rally. And right that right time. I will pick up radical metabolism for the diet portion Tammy that's number one number two what I would suggest that you do is get some sort of bile support, maybe a hundred one hundred fifty milligrams of bile ox, bile acid that you can get in the health food store there supplements that they also mentioned in the book, but that's pretty darn critical. So that whenever you eat something with fat, you need to have the bile there that'll break it down. So that's number one. And then number two you have to add the bidders to your program, the bitter. So we've been talking about throughout whether that's Coffey. Whether that's lemon dandelion root, grapefruit, lemon peel other lots of herbs and spices you can use. So you have to kind of get into a bitter, more bitter, balanced diet that would be number two. And then number three you have to be able to support your thyroid, maybe a little more with some minerals. That's where selenium comes into play and another one. Out there, which is a nutritional supplement that they're finding is very helpful for thyroid issues called Myo inositol. And there's a lot of information on the web. What is that called? What is that called Myo inositol? It's a brand new one Myo inositol. It's about six hundred milligrams has been found to be very helpful for individuals with issues with thyroid Tammy do you have a follow up question for her. I do while you're on level two rocks. And we were told not to take any type of grapefruit because it could be fatal. State. But then then you don't need to take grapefruit. You can take orange orange peel. Okay. Okay. So you there tons of swaps in the book, so grapefruit is not the one because that affects medications and so forth. Then you can do a lot of other things that are better. I have lists of fruits and vegetables and herbs and spices. You name it if it's better it's in the book, including that Angus store, bitter that we like for cocktail beverages. Good luck. Tammy what is so wrong with the grapefruit. Well, there's some chemicals in there that impact away medication is metabolized. Really? Yeah. So a lot of people can't take grapefruit or grapefruit juice good grapefruit James in Beaumont, Texas, east of the Rockies. Good morning, James. Good morning. Yeah. Heard you mentioned before, you know, make my statement. Why would you mentioned about bowel anyway to liquefy increase bow pool size? Tari would do that. And also glycemic and good Coleen lecithin. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. It sounds like you read the book a description of the book down knows what he's talking about. What I really called about was. It was about you saying about Domenico Sixers. Yeah. I didn't know if you had it back was always if you intended to say it that way. But it it does produce the Iraq Adani Casson. And it's communist said that. Omega six should be in a ratio to make a three four the one. But they say that we get about twenty five to one already. Yes. And I answer that go ahead. Okay. 'cause you 'cause you're you're you're right on everything you're saying, I totally agree with you. But I'm talking about the pure adulterated. Omega six is very deficient in the diet. Not the commercial omega six is that people are getting with all the corner that they're taking maybe the sunflower oil canola oil. So this is a very different types of omega six and you're right about the ratio. It should be four to one in favor of omega six. But again, these are the good omega six is the don't produce the Iraq. Donna Kassad James where did you get all your homework on this? You're very good at this. Thank you. Have you been studying this for a long time? Who me? Yeah. Still unless you're still house well since I was about thirteen so sort of like the lady there mine was because I started out with acne. And I was trying to find a way to cure it, and I couldn't come up with anything. So I start thinking that I was gonna try to help my mom when she gets older and now that she's older and she don't want to listen to nothing. Stubborn. Yeah. I thank you. All right. Thank you. George mentioned something really important that I wanna talk about a little bit. And he talked about choline as being an important nutrient. It breaks down by it is also an important d type vitamin that is good for fatty liver. And we we see an epidemic of this nine alcoholic fatty liver disease, and the research suggests that five hundred milligrams of choline three times a day for at least six weeks to about two months, well deefat of fatty liver. So it's a very very important nutrient. Isn't it amazing how supplements help the body? I mean, it's just truly remarkable very much. So especially if you've got the right supplement, this planet our human body, it's all tied together. Isn't it? Yes. It is next up. We've got George in Corpus Christi, Texas with a Saint George. Good morning. Hi, Mr. Nori and get well, please get that. Oh, yeah. We need you feel great just gotta get the voice back to where it used to be. Yeah. You'll be good. You'll be all right. I just want to ask your guest real quick. 'cause I know you've got other callers, I'm a type two diabetic. And what are the pros and cons relating to this better than I mean, how does that relate to my condition? In my phone. I'll take the the sequester. Contrary indicated by any means so they'd be very important to help. Start your metabolism into overdrive. It'll help reboot your gallbladder help heal your get the digestive juices flowing, and they can also help people weaned off.
"gilman" Discussed on WRVA
"And we are back with Anne Gilman author of radical metabolism. And you are high on help me rephrase. Rephrase. What do you think of how I'm high on ham ham ham Paret? Yes. I'm and George the reason is it's it's a good omen six. And I think we need these unadulterated functional fat like omega sixes, which are crucial for strong cell membranes. So when I do blood tests, and I've seen this and some of the literature and we test people for their omega all the different kinds of fats. They could be deficient in the good fats. The omega six is come up very high in terms of this very primary parent while so hamp is good for the skin. It's a real superstar when it comes to the scanned. Good for the brick and mortar of your cells your tissues, and your organs. And it also feeds the mighty contrary at which those cellular energy engines. And you recommend it in the oil form. I love the oil form. Yeah. So it's one to two tablespoons a day. You can put it in your salads is salad dressing. You can put it topically on your skin. It will really healed a scan. It'll make it very moisture rich. And I also like it to drizzle onto food some people just put it in their smoothies every morning where do you get in the health food store? Okay. Grocery stores. Don't have yet. They will. Yeah. I think so I think so in most states are legalizing this. Well, there's nothing in there. That would be illegal man and a half itself. Okay. Okay. That's interesting to know that we're going to take your calls this hour with Dan Lewis Gilman next hour, we're talking about death bed confessions, then hopefully, we'll keep you away from the deathbed this. We talk about your health. You've talked about the heavy metals before how do you get them out of your system? Oh, well, that's a good question. You have to start reducing your exposure. And one of the ways is to go into your kitchen and make sure you're not cooking in anything that could be toxic a one of those elements is aluminum foil and cookware, especially aluminum. It's a big one. Really? Okay. What about the Teflon? That's not good either. That's toxic to the system that I think has been well, well talked about and then of course, it's the cast iron that I was so interested in when I did all the research for radical metabolism. I had been cooking and cast-iron for the longest time in both my husband, and I have very high levels. And that's not something good as we discussed earlier. So we've got to get rid of the cast iron and get something that's an animal cupboard. And there's lots of good substitution on the market. How about copper? Well, that's not so great either as nice as it looks. It's it's good, you know, in small amounts, but in excess it can really cause problems with the thyroid with weight gain hyperactivity, anxiety, depression, and all kinds of other heavy metal problems. What do you recommend people use for pots and pans? I like glass I like stainless steel. I like a good stainless steel. Yeah. There's a high grade stainless steel, and I also like anything, that's enamel covered enamel covered. Iron would be perfect. So there's a rule here too with this. If you go cheap with these pots, and pans, you're gonna get stuck aren't you? You're going to get sick. Yes. Interesting. Take on that. Okay. Let's go to Thomas in LA Hoya California to get us started. Hey, tom. Thank you for taking my call George dome. One to another. I after apologize for my voice. I think the change of season summer to fall could be the mold or something. Yeah. And and it's always a pleasure to hear your analysis and western thank you. My question and concerns, caloric restriction periodic fasting. You know, whether it's short-term fasting like maybe eating one or two meals a day with over say six hour, period. And then the other eighteen hours, you just stay up like what's like water or whether it's like periodic fasting get maybe every couple of days two or three days, and what should gives your internal organs and glands are rest, for example, the liver gallbladder, it'll all sap to. Yes. Recep so to speak if you will. And I was wondering if caloric restriction periodic fasting. Is that a good strategy along with eating good foods got fats et cetera. And by the way, I love Swedish betters. Good. Well, you know that bitter is better, and it's good for for everything including thinning out, the bile, and helping your digestion I'm gonna I'm gonna take a a kind of a middle of the road approach with this in the book, I write about intermittent fasting because there is a lot of very good research to suggest that it actually resets the entire system. So I think if it works for you, it's fine up for those of us would really low blood sugar. I couldn't do it, quite frankly. And that's that's just me. But for other people, you know, having that window eight to twelve hours, I think is perfectly fine, and some people feel very very very good on that type of program, and they just they don't just reset the system. I mean, it's an anti aging methodology as well as I'm sure you're aware. So I say I say if it works for you, go to go for it. I think it can be very helpful for many people, I tend to diet that way and where I just eat couple times a day and. Try to do is light as I can and drink a lot of liquids in really the supplements are almost like my dinner. Yeah. Well, well, and that's getting everything arrest, and I think we're on such overload that we don't need as much food as we as we think we do. So for many people George that works, just fine. Let's go to Palmer Alaska Tammy's with us west of the Rockies had Lou Tammy. Hello good to have you with us. Go ahead. Well. Ninety seven. I had my gallbladder take it out. Okay. In two thousand and one had to take emergency rooms, and we found out I had a serious by right issue. And right now, I'm twenty five milligrams from the top out, which is three hundred milligrams of level through oxen. And I want to get this straightened out. It's right down your rally and writes out right time. I will pick up radical metabolism for the diet portion Tammy that's number one number two what I would suggest that you do is get some sort of bile support. Maybe a hundred one hundred fifty milligrams of a bile ox bile acid that you can get in the health food store, there's supplements they also mentioned in the book, but that's pretty darn critical. So that whenever you eat something with fat, you need to have the bio there that'll break it down. So that's number one. And then number two you have to add the bidders to your program the bidders that we've been talking about throughout whether that's Coffey. Whether that's lemon dandelions route grapefruit, lemon peel other lots of herbs and spices you can use. So you have to kind of get into a bitter, more bitter, balanced diet that would be number two. And then number three you have to be able to support your thyroid, maybe a little more with some minerals. That's where selenium comes into play and another one. Out there, which is a nutritional supplement that they're finding is very helpful for thyroid issues called Myo inositol. And there's a lot of information on the web. What is that called? What is that called? Inositol? It's a brand new what George Myo inositol? It's about six hundred milligrams has been found to be very helpful for individuals with issues with your thyroid. Tammy do you have a follow up question for her. I do while you're on level rocks. And we were told not to take any type of great for because it could be fatal. Then you don't need to take grapefruit. You can take orange orange peel. Okay. Okay. So you there are tons of swaps in the book so grapefruit is not the one because that affects medications and so forth. Then you can do a lot of other things that are better. I have lists of fruits and vegetables and herbs and spices. You name it if it's better it's in the book, including that Angus store, bitter that we like for cocktail beverages. Good luck. Tammy. What's so wrong with the grapefruit? Well, there's some chemicals in there that impact away medication is metabolized. Really? Yeah. So a lot of people can't take grapefruit or grapefruit juice, good grapefruit, James and Beaumont, Texas, east of the Rockies. Good morning, James. Good morning. Yeah. I heard you mentioned before I make my statement. I would you mentioned about bowel anyway to liquefy and increase bow pool size. Tari would do that. And. Also glycemic and very good Coleen lecithin. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. It sounds like you read the book or the script to the book. Knows what he's talking about. What I really called about was. It was about you were saying about they'll make a sixes. Yeah. If you had it back was always intended to say it that way. But it it does produce the Iraq dunnock acid, and it's communist said that. Omega six should be in a ratio till make three four the one. But they say that we get about twenty five to one already. Yes. And I answer that go ahead at okay? 'cause you 'cause you're you're you're right on everything you're saying, I totally agree with you. But I'm talking about the pure unadulterated. Omega six is that are very deficient in the diet. Not the commercial omega six is that people are getting with all the corner all that they're taking maybe the sunflower oil canola oil. So this is a very different types of omega six and you're right about the ratio. It should be four to one in favor of omega six. But again, these are the good omega six is that don't produce the Iraq Dodig acid James where did you get all your homework on this? You're very good at this. Thank you. How have you been studying this for a long time? Who me? Yeah. I I'll still unless you're still house. Well, since I was about thirteen so sort of like the lady there in my was because I started out with acne. And I was trying to find a way to cure it, and I couldn't come up with anything. So I started thinking that I was gonna try to help my mom when she gets older. And now that she's older, and you don't want to listen to that. I think. Stubborn. Yeah. I thank you. All right. Thank you. George James mentioned something really important that I wanna talk about a little bit. And he talked about Coleen as being an important nutrient that breaks down. It is also an important vitae vitamin that is good for fatty liver, and we see an epidemic of this nine alchoholic fatty liver disease, and the research suggests that five hundred milligrams of choline three times a day for at least six weeks to about two months. Well, Di fatty fatty liver, so it's a very very important nutrient. Isn't it amazing how supplements help the body? I mean, it's just truly remarkable very much. So especially if you've got the right supplement, this planet our human body. It's all tied together, isn't it? Yes. It is. Next up. We've got George in Corpus Christi Texas with us. Hey, george. Good morning. Hi, Mr. annoy and get well, please get that. Oh, yeah. We need you feel great just got to get the voice back to where it used to be. Yeah. You'll be good. You'll be all right. I just want to ask your guest real quick. 'cause I know you've got other callers, I'm a type two diabetic. And what are the pros and cons relating to this better than I mean, how does that relate to my condition? In my phone. I'll take the the question. Contrary indicated by any means, so they'd be very important to help kick. Start your metabolism into overdrive, it'll help reboot your gallbladder help heal your Doug at the digestive juices flowing, and they can also help people weaned off of sweets.
"gilman" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Getting the meter. Scoot over family. We've got a fair. Take me to the MIR disco dance club. You're that guy from that movie. He'd be Gilman. Tap e Gilmore. Yes, stupid kid. You call it hippie Gilmore time. I'll have to punch right in the throat. Give me to that damn disco dance club, old man flow. Hold it there. Mr.. Gilman you may be a big movie star, but you can't go around treating people like that. Yeah. Hey, I can treat anyway, I feel like treating them. Do you know my movie almost beat them up its last week, the Muppets for God's sake. Do you know how long it's been around a long time and do you know why them up? It's been around so long. No. Why? Because they treat people with kindness. You don't see Ernie or Burke going around calling people names. Do you. No. Well, do you think you're bigger star than Ernie and Bert. I guess not. Well, then you guessed correctly because Ernie and Bert could kick your sorry little up and down the block. You're totally right. You're totally. And completely right. I've been. I've been at penis of big penis. I feel stupid. You see in this cab, we're all equals Mr.. Gilman. Don't dead. Really are equal come here and give me a big hug cab. I love you guys. This. Me..
"gilman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Best fit for what they want to do for dave gilman hey i tell you what it is right now for dave gettleman i i think if the economy an open book i give gave him in had his choice and comfort level i think it would be steve well uh the dc down in caruana i think would get them and said you guys yesterday uh in his interview was very telling you i as much as they talked about head coaching experience i think maggie you may have asked him yesterday the idea that you know look is it a prerequisite does it have to be there and he said if if if a dealbreaker no uh so i think you've got him in high seas choice you'd be will but all these interviews are going to happen before the even get a chance to cost to will sign on presumably on monday so i don't know i'm on my gut tells me that uh patricia is an intriguing candidate on that patricia d c up in the way england i think the spellcheck influenced probably uh is there for for marron pass and say you know what if bill signs off maybe a mcdonald's or a precursor but i got to be honest i don't know uh which direction they are going to go in and they set themselves up now for for interviews but i do think this is kind of a wide open path up until the beginning of next week you know my question about map patricia though is i feel like doesn't bella checking all the credit for the defense is i mean doesn't is is the defense according i'm not trying to be little what he's doing but does not seem like he's really you know the innovator or is that he's the guy when you have bella check who's known as not only with a great coaches fall time but one of the great defensive coaches completely understand that mad yeah i do know that you know look when you talk about the guy who new england the mcdaniel patricia if well well mcdaniel has brady let's see him without brady while we saw what happened in denver uh and when he was the oh and in st louis rams with back noah's head coach and well patricio let's see him without bella chapter means sooner or later you've got.
"gilman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Good morning and welcome to christmas e hall bureau holidays are going very well the gilman group brings you this edition of total information a m weekend both things are going well for the gilman group as well so that town i was trying to look at his portland and on the map the road goes right through it and it's purple so as hard to read so the the the icc the snowy conditions on the roadways now go from new florence missouri i 70s good through new florence but if you go north from their you're gonna run into some stuff williamsburg in montgomery county a gumri county no that's it that's callaway county and that's where you're going to start seeing worse conditions and then to the south to portland fortyfour looks pretty good right now yeah 44 is fine so anyway as you're heading out this morning i'll try to keep you up to date on what's going on on the roadways is a lot of people will be heading around coming up on till information a m perry hams go to review some of the top new movies of this holiday season this is one hollywood rolls out there winners they think and so he's going to run down his list of the ones we should see next hour eight twenty one there's a new book called a bull in the ring in it's the story of the 1970s st louis you high state champion football team and he think about a 19th seventy a lot going on in the world at that time and so the author joe cast alonzo talks about the football team but also a lot about what's going on in the world and how the football tuning helped each other through a grew through at that type of thing very good book to talk with him at eight twenty one at eight fifty yesterday we talked about the history of christmas.
"gilman" Discussed on WGN Radio
"This is on a guy he kept doing with kevin white was shown a film of his stays turn to pump him up point oh you can catch it ueki instead of working on technique and catching the damn ball visualize uniqueness you were once great at will that's at son who cares it's what i do have of all gilman to our listeners navy uh dan brought it up earlier and broadcast they better start worrying about whether and lose these fans i think was you glen design minutes kgb and and and the fans what they saw their today believed the you people you know damn well that this coaching staff did not had these kids ready to play you know what they have to happen it's fifty three thousand out there today which is generally incredible while on a day something in a in ah what gazeta and with the odds you've been mentioned before but our nation's they got start worrying about stuff like this because of been what's be going on with taken in the uh find and other things to do and i know of people that just having their tickets away i know people that are not watching the game and and so you you've got to be very careful her even though the to me this is still i mean this is the footing uh national football league vago and and japan's deserve barrett mcaskie ca guy you gotta you gotta do something here somebody's got start they can correct here let's get us that he what bertzi myself that guy paste that general manager you brought and.
"gilman" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Steve it's free dry today today what are we do today i don't even remember what we did today so i know we had a buzz gilman on as virgin you mcaskie yes each with junior monologues and rights of play each week and the virginia ma whose check that out if you want if you don't want to don't simple as that it's a free country yet for for it now the time be for now to the left todd's leg like brennan get it all messed up whatever their called are you guys ready for the news quiz yes dp giving diffuse news news quiz news this is steve dorsey cbs news jennifer keiper take a good listener those backup vocals chip monkey back a vocal undermined if you listen to jail it's a masterpiece has a vince are gento of the are gentle cheese fortune masterpiece our agenda for keiper sure this has been in the news a lot so i'm asking what is the name of the device that has attached to a semi automatic gun teich as stock egal's make it mimic a fully automatic weapons also her to call a bump stick a slide fire yeah yeah i've seen some videos of it though in it that i mean clearly that's would obviously mean do a believe the police have said that's what was used he added he had retrofitted twelve weapons with a and that's it's kind of crazy and they still have no motive for all of this year i don't understand why the every i guess it's just human nature that we want to know the motive right to go more but i think i would rather see them spending time talking about it and i'm not coming down on either side of it because i have guns in all but why maybe like every day let's go through the gun laws in this country let's go put little stock in moscow let's talk about though the weapons that were found on him and how he was able to buy them illegally and now he passed the people i mean he bought them all legally and he he didn't raise any red flags and past all the background checks us his talk about that and see if there's any way to.
"gilman" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"In would you skinny little that stretch gilman that's great if you don't have to worry about the other guy or gal at their desks during their work right so we are all stock in this in this hamster wheel existence and the one time that we all can finally recharges when were asleep and so good sleep is is essential and the health benefits of this are tremendous i should note that the research on immunity i like to read about this stuff the research on immunity at a good night's sleep is is staggering if you get if you get an entire night without sleep your immunity is dramatically affected by that i mean and and in some of you probably how this experience if you stayed up all night because you were trying to cram for final exams which i should note they've also lost art lots of studies on how cramming doesn't work but then if you've got a call the couple of days later we you always probably thought to yourself oh that's just stress but the truth is that your immune system was depleted because you weren't getting sleep which is also tied in to stress and i should note that stress is probably the single least a priest she aided and understood aspect of the health well various health crises in this country everything from heart disease to a issues of of obesity and and in a stress play such a large role in all this but if he were were always led to believe that you know if we just if we're to hampshire on the wheel we just ronald little faster one more in a hit the pellett we are hit a little thing one more time get will more pellet it's.
"gilman" Discussed on WCHS
"Denny gilman frontlines of freedom interviewing diane mc donald a lady who is the coordinator for an honor flight that from oshkosh wisconsin to washington dc taking veterans there late last month from the oshkosh airshow show to for onto freedom day thank you very much thanks for having me diane that was quite a flight and i was honoured to go on it and to observe it what's your connects deal a military connection somehow you in the service or somebody close to you i'm actually now i don't have any military background in our family i think for us it was really hearing about an honor flight that liz travelling in a city that was close to us and it was one of those things were regents where struck by the mission of the organisation in at that time it was taking world where to veterans out to see their memorial and that has now transition into our korean war veterans and now iron vietnam that trends let's start with honor flight 101 what is it who should four who put together where somebody come from sir well our have old glory honor fight started in two thousand nine but the honor flight programme started in two thousand six shortly after the world war two memorial with dealt and it really started with one air force veteran who follow the power of taking a world where to vat out too i see his newly created memorial in washington dc and so really he found compelled to really get his friends and family involved in um soon after that out the honor flight network was born we fastforward a number of years there's now over 100 hubs across the country um and they're all have the same mission which has really honoring our local war veterans mostly right at this plane at world war two curry and vietnam veterans but it's really to give them now welldeserved honor and thank you for their service and it's just really something that we can do as a community to really show how much we appreciate our local that's this is colonel denny gillem on frontlines of freedom we're talking with diane mcdonald the lady who runs an honor flight in her community you are not alone in this there are honor flights all of the united states hunter there are there is about it over a hundred hubs across the country in.
"gilman" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Eight hundred five two nine kboi go ahead and gives cough you've got a question will be able to get at least one or two more in there so slits go two scott in mount home scott how's it going how can we help you today pay gilman how you doing today i do agree thanks for being patient douaumont no problem i i'm one of those guys that they use to of who scribe to a uh uh a coup lawn survey for la la land and um quite honestly after i put it in my underground sprinkling system uh and after i saw literally just what all in pale doing what they were doing i became disillusioned with them and then doing pretty good however um what i really have a com mm hmm what's confusing to me is knowing the knowing the i specifically perfect fertilizer to you i know that changes through the years but i get a little confused with the three numbers right tents um i'm just kinda wondering what what what would be the very best wanted to use watch which time sure sure yeah we can cover for that for you that's a great question zoe something good to cover um so let's let's i talk about those three numbers as sri numbers stand this is a universal thing for any fertilize gonna look at so let's just take a our lawn sued for example it's a twenty three three so the first number always stands for nitrogen nitrogen is the element is the the third most important thing that guy any plan needs the first being water the second being sunlight actually you could probably riverside sunlight probably one of the most important than water aha um and then actually carbon dioxide so let's call called the fourth the fourth most important thing that w that any plant needs um so nitrogen co in nitrogen causes it to grow it meant what makes green growth um it also issues all the functions it's basically the fuel for everything that's going on think of it is like the protein gay right now the other one would be the next one is a nitrogen phosphorus so foster s uh is the middle number in the files here's promotes blooming on like your annuals your vegetables things like that it promotes blooming it also promotes blooming in grass although they bloom you know differently it's not like a.