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"glenora" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

06:42 min | 2 months ago

"glenora" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Hi from wonder media network. I'm Kate Kelly, and this is will manica. This episode is part of a crossover season with ordinary equality. All about the women whose work and activism contributed to the ongoing history of the equal rights amendment. You can head over to that show to hear a longer version of today's episode and an interview with professor Amy aronson, author of crystal eastman, a revolutionary life. Today's mannequin was unrelenting in her fight for equality. When the Nineteenth Amendment was ratified in 1920, after years of fighting for the right of women to vote, she wrote men are saying perhaps thank God this everlasting fight is over. But women, if I know them, are saying, now at last we can begin. She understood that gaining the right to vote was the first step in something much bigger. Please welcome crystal eastman. Crystal eastman was born in glenora, New York in 1881. Her parents, Samuel eastman, and anise Bertha Ford met at oberlin college. Samuel was stunning to become a minister, an anise to become a teacher. But anise ended up following her calling instead. In 1890, she became one of the first women ordained as a congregational minister in New York. And even had her own church. This position was rare for a woman to have at the time. Crystal would later speak highly of her mother, quote. When my mother preached, we hated to miss it. Her voice was music. She spoke simply without effort, almost without jester, standing very still, and what she said seemed to come straight from her heart to yours. Her mother's leadership role was not the only thing that distinguished crystal's childhood. The family often hosted borders who needed a place to stay. Crystal said, there were always clever interesting amusing women coming in and out of the house. This mix of intelligent visitors helped expose her to unconventional ideas growing up. Crystal was also allowed and encouraged to speak her mind. She once complained to her parents that she should not be the only child to do the quote women's work. After that, her parents distributed household chores among their children on the gender neutral basis. The family referred to crystal as a mighty girl. Crystal graduated from high school in 1899 and attended Vassar female college. She distinguished herself as an excellent student and went on to receive a master's in sociology from Columbia University. Crystal then attended law school at New York University. She graduated second in her class in 1907. Despite her obvious talent, crystal couldn't get hired as a lawyer in New York. So she went to Pittsburgh, where she ran the first study on workplace accidents. Crystal made major strides in workers compensation and safety rights. But she decided to focus her energy on women's suffrage. In 1910, she married and moved to Wisconsin. There, crystal was recruited to be the campaign manager of the Wisconsin political equality league. She dove headfirst into the state's campaign for suffrage. Certain national suffrage groups were only trying to benefit white women in their efforts. But crystal worked to unite suffragists across racial lines and collaborated with Mary white ovington, the cofounder of the NAACP. Unfortunately, powerful opponents squashed the effort for suffrage in Wisconsin. Crystal returned to New York, leaving behind her marriage and the method of state by state campaigns. Crystal wanted to shake things up. She banded together with Lucy burns, an old friend, and Alice Paul to push for a federal constitutional amendment. They threw themselves into the national American women's suffrage association. But nahuatl wasn't focused on the federal strategy. As crystal Lucien Alice gained attention for their efforts, they got pushback from the more traditional members of Nawaz. So, the triad split off and formed the national women's party or NWP, the first women's political party in the world. The NWP eventually got women's suffrage over the finish line. But the very people who had resisted their tactics claimed the victory as their own. The Nineteenth Amendment was ratified in 1920, crystal gave her speech, now we begin. To remind people that women's suffrage was only the beginning of their road to equality, not the final destination. She also spoke out against the disenfranchisement of black women and the race discrimination that would continue even after the Nineteenth Amendment was ratified. Equality under the law was the first thing on her agenda. So in 1923, she and other seasoned suffragists, including Alice Paul, drafted the original equal rights amendment. In 1924, crystal said, to blot out of every law book in the land, to sweep out of every dusty courtroom to erase from every judge's mind, the centuries old precedent as to women's inferiority and dependence and need for protection. To substitute for it at one blow, the simple new precedent of equality. That is a fight worth making, even if it takes ten years. Crystal didn't know that the ERA's journey would take much longer than ten years. In addition to her innovative work with the ERA, crystal was also an anti war advocate, a prolific writer, and the founder of what would become the ACLU, the American civil liberties union. Her radical views and unconventional lifestyle made some people call crystal quote the most dangerous woman in America. Crystal continued to fight for the ERA and tell her early death in 1928 at the age of 46. A friend wrote at the time, she was for thousands a symbol of what a free woman might be. For.

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"glenora" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

08:04 min | 10 months ago

"glenora" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"Hey everyone laney here again to check in. And i hope everyone is doing well and enjoying their summer. I am still working on being a new mom and figuring out what that means and how to do it and kudos to everybody. Who's a mom now and really must say thank you to my own mother for doing the best that she could with me but this episode is hosted by one of my really really great and talented friends. She's a fellow voice actor but also a podcast host who you may know. Her name is tani plata's and she hosted death is hilarious. Podcast and you can find. The death is hilarious. Podcast on any podcast platform that you listen to. You can also follow her on instagram and twitter at that death pod and on tick-tock at tiny plot s. I promise that you will find her content hilarious. She does an incredible job of working through the grief that she feels from losing her husband. The love of her life and soul mate by using humor and helping other see that sometimes. Maybe death is hilarious. But not in the way that you think okay. Here's tani explicit. Content is found in this episode so listener discretion is advised. Welcome back to the true crime. Fan club. podcast. I'm your host. Tawny of the death is hilarious podcast. I'm filling in for laney. Who was on maternity leave. Transgender violence is a growing epidemic. Particularly against women of color. Murderers of transgender women reached an all-time level in twenty twenty with thirty seven transgender deaths by november twentieth. Trans remembrance day. One teen brought this violence to mainstream media in two thousand two. Okay onto the show on october third. Two thousand two glenora arapahoe left her home in newark. California headed to a house party. She was wearing a denim mini skirt and top along with flip flops. That carried a pair of pants to put on in case she got drunk. The pretty seventeen year old already knew better than most the dangers that came from being drunk around rowdy teens and went prepared to parties. Gwen wasn't an ordinary teenage girl. She was actually transgender. And still had male genitals gwen new having a pair of pants to change into once she got drunk would help conceal her birth sex. Unfortunately this time it didn't work nicole. Brown said the gathering was peaceful and lisi with clouds of smoke hanging around the room as the group drank and smoked cigarettes in attendance. Aside from gwen were nicole. Her boyfriend paul merrill his brother. Jose merrill michael magnusson and jaren chase neighbors. They were all gathered at the merrill residence. This group new gwen as leader the other name. She chose to go by at times. But we're going to stick to gwen. Nicole told reporters that a few weeks before she and gwen had gotten into a fight at another party. Nicole had started urging men to do a strip tease in front of the guys and gwen became annoyed. The to started fighting as girls. Do pulling hair until it escalated to exchanging blows nicole. Said she had never lost a fight with another girl but gwen landed a blow. That made them question if she was female. Although nicole and gwen made up after the fight on. October third suspicion continued concerning gwen in her sexual identity. The night began friendly enough with a couple of runs to seven eleven for more beer and cigarettes on one beer. Run gwen told nicole. She had crushes on michael and jaren both michael and jaren were at a club with jose merrill and a man nicole knew only as jason all. Four men showed up at the house after midnight. Nicole said she and paul. We're going to bed around three thirty. A m when she heard loud voices and walked in on the man confronting gwen in the kitchen. One of the men asked. When are you a man. are you a man nicole. Said she called out. Why don't one of you guys find out. Michael and gwen went to the bathroom and while they were gone the others told nicole. Some of them had sex with gwen. A half hour michael and gwen restore in the bathroom. So nicole winton gwen who appeared to be very drunk was sitting on the sink and would not answer nicole's questions nicole decided to see for herself and opened. Glenn's legs nicole screamed. It's a man. Oh my god. According to nicole. Jose started crying and stayed close to the bathroom. Michael jaren and jason. When outside to smoke nicole began pleading with jose. To let gwen go and let everything end peacefully. She told gwen. You better run as fast as you. Can gwen left the bathroom but returned a few minutes later followed by michael. Jason and jaren jaren had prevented her from leaving the house. Michael wrestled gwen to the ground. At which point. Nicole and paul left the house. Nicole said she knew the men were too angry for her to be able to stop anything she said. I know paul and jose. I know they wouldn't do anything. But i didn't know those other guys that well i was paul was on probation at did not want to get into any trouble. Jason later told police. That gwen was beaten then. Jose and michael took went to the garage where they strangled her with a rope after they wrapped one's body and put it in the back of michael's car and drove to the sierra nevada. One hundred fifty miles away to bury gwen. Nicole said the next day she asked paul. What happened to gwen. And he said jose had told him. Let's just say she had a long walk home. Palmeiro also had details to add about that night. Paul said when his friends showed up at midnight. He tried to get gwen to go home but she wanted to stay in drink. He said a few hours later he had walked outside before going to bed. He said he wasn't in the room when the fighting started he woke up to a commotion. Then nicole saying it's a man. Let's go paul. Said he only saw gwen lying on the floor with her miniskirt pulled up but didn't know anything else. Glen's mother sylvia. Guerrero was not too worried. When gwen didn't show up that night for the next day. She said she would occasionally steak on but when she had not returned by october fifth. She reported her missing with the police. Nothing else was heard and there were no leads on guan's disappearance until two weeks later when one of jaren neighbors friends agreed to wear a wire during the conversation with his friend. Jaren said he was afraid and said he wasn't narking on anybody when the friend said not to worry jaren said i have to worry. The friend tried to console jaren but charron said that the police knew everything. Jaren later led police to the shallow grave near the silver forks. Campground where they had dumped gwen two weeks before he told police that jose and michael might have had sex with gwen that night before she was killed he said jose was the first one two punch gwen and then someone asked for a knife so jaren handed them his knife before gwen was found. Her aunt imelda guerrero heard rumors swirling around the community. Gwen funeral was held on friday october. Twenty fifth two thousand to more than five hundred people showed up to mourn the teen.

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"glenora" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

06:17 min | 10 months ago

"glenora" Discussed on Here & Now

"Gloves and other hand sanitizers and things like that are cleaner. It's trying to stay safe now. I understand gloria. You have a bachelors degree in health information management and you've been trying to find a job in medical billing in an in another field here. How's that job search going. How are the interviews going. Well i have attended a few interviews and employers. They bring you in and then you know they'll say oh. I have about three or four people that i'm going to interview and then for some reason i'm not selected so why i am resorted to doing more home care work finally. How are you holding up if people come and say you know how are you doing now. What's your answer. well it's still challenging. And i try to be supportive of other care workers and so that's strengthened me. You know 'cause when. I help other people than i feel that sense of joy and purpose so keeps me going while cleaner. Romans an essential worker who cleans homes and does home care for children and the elderly in houston texas glenora. Thanks for your work and thanks for your time. Thank you. Thanks for having me. Glenora romans is advocating for broader policy changes and protections through a nonprofit call. the national domestic workers alliance. I ran pu. Is the organization's executive director. And this group lost their jobs at the start of covert in staggering numbers. Employment fell to near zero. Your group says a quarter of this workforce remains jobless so as far as returning to work or things improving essentially. What we've seen is a slow and steady returned to work but we still have as you mentioned. A quarter of the workforce unemployed and part of the challenge here is that with the jut delta variant and the uncertainties and young children still unvaccinated and a lack of childcare options and so many domestic workers who are mothers of young children there are just so many barriers to the workforce getting back to work on top of the fact that eighty one percent of domestic workers came into the pandemic without a single paid sick day and that has not changed. So that's partly why we're so urgently pushing for the domestic worker's bill of rights to pass and tell me briefly about the main pieces of that legislation well the bill of rights as a national bill that would do a few things. Sa- i ever historic legislation provides a framework for workplace protections like paid overtime paid sick days health and safety protections meal and rest breaks freedom from sexual harassment and it also create some new protections to address the unique challenges facing domestic workers. When you're working in a private home setting hidden behind closed doors nobody really knows. You're working there and you really could go into any neighborhood and not know which homes our workplaces. There's no registry so a lot of work has to be done to ensure that there are agreements and there's fair scheduling and a process for establishing standards that offer some form of protection for this workforce. That's working in pretty unique. An isolated conditions or we have these economic risks. What about at this point in time. The kovic risk here. I mean in general. Do these workers have enough masks. What's their vaccination situation. Domestic workers are actually vaccinated at really high raids. There isn't great data yet but we estimate that at least three quarters of domestic workers are fully vaccinated. And that's because they are working with some of the people who are most vulnerable to the virus itself including unvaccinated children and so they have to as a matter of their professions. Take every precaution and was really interesting. Is i think we've seen really clearly among domestic workers that it's often the people with the least amount of power and resources who are bearing the burden of safety for our entire society so the average home-care worker for example earns about seventeen thousand dollars per year and she is paying out of pocket for regular covert testing for p. p. e. for safer modes of transportation to minimize exposure to the delta variant. All of these are expenses that the worker is expected to bear on a poverty wage. In going forward. I mean we have the delta air and we have the numbers doing what they're doing particularly among children. What is most concerning to you about. This group of domestic workers going forward as we head into the fall. I think what we have here is an opportunity where i think so. Many of us do recognize how essential this work is and how essential the safety health and wellbeing of our care. Workers like domestic workers really are and that in order for the rest of us to get to work and for this economy to get back on track fully that we have to invest in these jobs becoming good sustainable safe jobs and right now in congress. They're debating reconciliation. Bill that will really invest in jobs and the economy not just further short-term but for the long term and what better place to invest than in this workforce in the economy which is not just so important for the women who do this work but it is enabling of the rest of us who.

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"glenora" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:07 min | 10 months ago

"glenora" Discussed on Here & Now

"Aides or nannies still fake staggering day-to-day risks and challenges. They are essential workers. And you don't have little job security protections to keep them safe on the job and say from cova. Let's bring in one of the now glenora. Romans cleans homes and provides home care for children and the elderly in houston glenora. Welcome and thanks for joining us here at humor here. Now thank you very much. This is not been easier for you. I understand you couldn't find work during much of the pandemic as many people down and they were nervous to have anyone in their homes and was this all or most of your clients who said i'm sorry no direct. Oh well so so. When the time. They're really hard. Were you able to connect any unemployment benefits to help you out. Yes i did apply for an employment. And i was fortunate to access some of it. You were okay. So that is good to cure. What was it enough to be able to keep paying your bills to be able to keep paying your rent. No i was not and pretty much came later on in the year and as the pandemic was progress in you know i started having major challenges like the place. Our stayed you know. They asked me to pretty much. Get out so yeah. That was very challenging for my kids and i have three children. Yeah that's correct. Wow in so you had to unfortunately had to find a new place to stay or find friends to stay with. Well some friends you know they said yes we can help just for temporary and then others said always sorry. you know. if you're by yourself you will be okay. But because i have kids you know decided as extrovert and then of course all this time you waiting. You're wanting to return to work. How soon were you able to return to work. didn't give a chance to go back to about february of this year. And right now. Do you feel like you have enough work no The hours are still limited. And i have issues with transportation. Do you have a car around. Yeah i have a vehicle but My transmission out. So they told me you know. It's going to cost a lot of money to get fixed. So i had to like depend on other people to assist me and it's it's been pretty rough for me now. You have three children as you mentioned. One i understand is in college. The other two are eight and ten. So how were you able to work and take care of your children at the same time Some jobs. I take them with me depending on what i'm doing you know. Sometimes i just have to decline the work. Depending on what it is in the mornings i put them in vacation. Bible school okay and that was very helpful for me so that will give me a little time to get some it done and then up in the afternoon and then maybe take them to another hour activity. I want to ask you about staying safe from cova. Your job requires going into other people's homes. You face risk you have children who are not old enough to get vaccinated so are you and we have this delta variant right now are you nervous about virus exposure. Yes definitely. there was a home that i went to recently and When i got there you know the clients asked someone was there to spray me with some lysol and that was very comfortable for me but i understand you know. Everyone is trying to stay safe. Unfortunately does clients do not provide the personal particularly equipment. And it's very expensive for me to purchase. So you know it's but i have to have the when i go go to work. I have to have the mask and.

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"glenora" Discussed on Foco América

Foco América

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"glenora" Discussed on Foco América

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"glenora" Discussed on GopikaViswam (SriRadheKrishna)

GopikaViswam (SriRadheKrishna)

08:47 min | 1 year ago

"glenora" Discussed on GopikaViswam (SriRadheKrishna)

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"glenora" Discussed on EN TIJUANA HAY ROCK RADIO

EN TIJUANA HAY ROCK RADIO

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"glenora" Discussed on EN TIJUANA HAY ROCK RADIO

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"glenora" Discussed on Ghost Town

Ghost Town

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"glenora" Discussed on Ghost Town

"To drain the reservoir at central park lake but both bodies of water were frozen overhead. Been for days before it went missing so it didn't really make sense that she would have drowned in them or there was a body in there because they were pure ice. It was a cold. Winter's day he might have believed that she was kidnapped and murdered. Because in april the nineteen sixteen men and edward glenora was serving time in rhode island state prison for extortion in prison. He converted to christianity and want to confess all the sins fairly typical of a conversion to kind of come clean. He claimed that an acquaintance asked him to transport an unconscious woman from new rochelle new york to a house in west point he was met with two other men. One named doc and finally dressed in general men who some believed to have been. George dorthy boyfriend on the drive. He was told the unconscious woman was dorothy. Arnold later edwards said he buried dorothy seller after giving the location of the seller. Police found the area where he was talking about broken cement but it was too small for a body. It didn't make sense. Anything was buried there. The new owner said the whole was simply access to a gas pipe so they dug a little bit around. They're revealed to gas pipes but no sign of a body. Mary also at certain point thought her daughter was dead but she held a little bit more hope than her husband time. She was sure that dorothy were dead or injured anymore. Gra hospital employees would recognize her. I don't know if that's just this woman's upperclassmen europe privilege that her daughter would be immediately recognized. Her body had been found. Her body was never found and none of the numerous sightings of dorothy have ever been confirmed so some people think she was still alive for many reasons one being maybe she wanted to free herself with the pressure of new york high society life the most compelling evidence of her being ally was in february nights and eleven again. That's really close to. When she went missing a postcard arrived at the arnold home postmarked new york. It said just. I m safe enclosed with dorothy signature. The writing appeared to be very very very close to dorothy but again francis. Her father insisted the author merely copied dorothy penmanship. I'm not sure who would know the arnold's address or if that was easy to access during that time it's hard to say but it's probably the most compelling thing that she had just kind of cut out wanted to give parents a little bit of peace of mind but again maybe it was a hoax. There was a lot of people coming forward saying that. They had tips on her and her whereabouts of evidence. A lot of mail that went to media outlets in police another theory is that dorothy died during an abortion..

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"glenora" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"glenora" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Building and seize control. Later the country's election commission officially announced the vote and today there is no government in Bishkek Gula Jura by Eva, member of Curious Election Commission. She spoke with me earlier today through and later I ask how all these events began what's been happening since Now. When the first results started coming in it became clear that only four parties past the threshold in order to make it into parliament these results shocked people people were hoping that at least one or two opposition parties would make it into parliament but even before the elections leading up to them, many of the parties were claiming that there were violations having to do with the elections, citizens, parties, and independent observers were pointing out that there were irregularities. So Gula, why have people been protesting? The. Accused of bullying there a couple of reasons before the elections, there were videos all over social media showing this corruption, how people are getting paid to vote a certain way. And officials locally were forcing people to vote. Government officials were using their position of power to pressure people people expected the government to respond. They expected that the police would respond but nothing was done. So by the time election day rolled around people felt like there was an. And the government wasn't doing anything about it? There is clearly a lot of anger what was it like watching the parliament building in Bishkek being taken over by protesters and then burning how surprised were you? Able of Freakin Kanye. But I was in shock the next day the parties that didn't get seats in parliament called for a protest. The protests started in many young people came out. There were people who supported these parties, but there were also provocations and they're also could have been criminals who are out there trying to get the protesters to storm the parliament. The police took action stun grenades and tear gas were used, but that didn't affect the protesters. So the White House, the parliament was taken over. Later, on Glenora, the head of Stan's Election Commission on which you are a member announced that results of the parliamentary vote had been officially annulled annulled what led to that decision? Party abruptly. Hugh ten parties appeal to the Central Election Commission, demanding to annul the results of the vote and yesterday the members of the Central Election Commission gathered came to that decision to annul the results. The. Basis of the decision were both political factors and were also factors having to do with violations of law that was the decision. Galina. What do you see happening next I? Mean there is no government and care. Stan, right now. What is happening next? Visually to his business gazette, it's really hard to tell what's going to happen in the near future because the situation is highly unstable. Two nights in a row groups of young people have been defending city because crowds of other people are trying to destroy their property. So it's hard to tell when we will come to some sort of a consensus. Citizens are really worried about the situation and no one knows how we're going to get out of this deep political crisis. Goulnara Jura behavior as a member of Stan's election commission. Thank you very much for your time today ESPEC- bow by Hebrew. You. Let's turn now to the US election and what's at stake with at abroad. The whole world is watching the most important election, human rights, climate, change, immigration value, your freedom, and democracy. This is what inspired the whole ward. With human rights activist jailed in.

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"glenora" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"glenora" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

"Nine, ninety, nine at whole foods. I. Think it's exclusive whole foods they sell elsewhere in the world but in the United States, it's whole foods. and. It's if you like. You'RE GONNA. Like this wine. It's made in the same way that tank from Tation Shar map. Large pressurized bats the pressure when the CO two was released the second fermentation. The pressure foots the bubbles right back into the one. The DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THIS For Sakho says the glaring rape which the white grape. used. The grain grape and the rebozo. Gra to local Grapes of the region Veneto. and. Trentino Trentino up all toil Dj. Gratiot and Benito is Sakho. Northern Italy way, up there. the red grapes are two popular grapes in Italy about you don't see him that often in the U. S.. Ever, really good at Italian wine shop L. The you might find them there because they make good one. But you know most people aren't familiar and in a sparkling wine doesn't really matter because that's been fermented twice. Like. I said if you like for sexual like this, it's got a different. Flavor profile, but it's got some rounded red fruit in it. Now, not lot still basically a Chris sparkling wine. NOTICED SIP in two minutes? Taken two steps in two minutes basically tells you that it's got good acidity. Yeah. So. That's all you need to know really the light refreshing ten buckle foods sparkling wine from. Italy. And you know what they are thinking about, which may or may not make much difference at all. Why is it a sparkling wine? In Italy, the word for sparkling wine is full monty. You know this is a smart I mean for Seco- Samante Champagnes? Format. It just means sparkling wine doesn't mean anything. But I think one of the problems is that. In most Americans when they think about sparkling wine, they think about. Those sweet inexpensive ones from the Asti region which sold like crazy for a long long time. I think they still do. Okay. But the cattle got. You know the kind of Societas with an expensive nat maybe that grape wine, there's been a few scandals there won't get into. This cheap wine fighter. We don't really care about this but for kind of Blue Osteo Ahmadis, water because they were drier. More detail. You know they weren't these sweet things not the sweet wine is terrible. Not a huge fan, but people are so tweets their own. So this is a sparkling wine should wear should be Presto Spur Monte Rosa. And that's pretty good little line and the reason is not called. For Sakho rose as because. They're very very. they've they've they've they've value their brand their brand is the glare grape. Grown of region main the Sharm, method and they actually a few years ago changed the name it used to be the for Sakho, grape? Grown in the region made the cycle wine. Anybody who could grow the? In Spain California Argentina could call their wine for sex change the grape to Glenora you can grow the grape anywhere, but you gotTa Call Glare on that percents they protected their brand. And that's the reason. This isn't for Cycle Rosa because it camping has to be made from the lyric grape. That's a white one. And this is what this is a light refreshing ten bucks. What else do you want what ton Buck Rosa bubbly from from Italy? I can't think of anything else tasted to me. Third SIP and four minutes. and. I. Don't have much more to say about against the job done. You know. Yeah. I mean. Is it my favorite wine? The whole real? No but. I require wine to be the favourite wine every time out this gets the job done. It does what it was meant to do and a dozen well. So. That's it for me. On the next one key cheap. Audio Sanal talked everybody else in a day or two I got a couple of things plan. So bye bye..

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"glenora" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"glenora" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

"Day from cheap wine fighter dot com again. . This one's kind of appropriate to the season. . It's a Chris Light refreshing. . Sparkling wine it's the presto sparkling rose zeh than non vintage extra-dry. . Nine, , ninety, , nine at whole foods. . I. Think . it's exclusive whole foods they sell elsewhere in the world but in the United States, , it's whole foods. . and. . It's if you like. . You'RE GONNA. Like . this wine. . It's made in the same <hes> way that tank from Tation Shar map. . Large pressurized bats the pressure when the CO two was released the second fermentation. . The pressure foots the bubbles right back into the one. . The DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THIS For Sakho says the glaring rape which the white grape. . used. . The grain grape and the rebozo. . Gra to local Grapes of the region Veneto. . and. . Trentino Trentino up all toil Dj. . Gratiot and Benito is Sakho. . Northern Italy way, , up there. . <hes> the red grapes are two popular grapes in Italy about you don't see him that often in the U. S.. . Ever, , really good at Italian wine shop L. The you might find them there because they make good one. . But you know most people aren't familiar and in a sparkling wine doesn't really matter because that's been fermented twice. . Like. . I said if you like for sexual like this, , it's got a different. . Flavor profile, , but it's got some rounded red fruit in it. . Now, not , lot still basically a Chris sparkling wine. . NOTICED SIP in two minutes? ? Taken two steps in two minutes basically tells you that it's got good acidity. . Yeah. . So. . That's all you need to know really the light refreshing ten buckle foods sparkling wine from. . Italy. . And you know what they are thinking about, , which may or may not make much difference at all. . Why is it a sparkling wine? ? In Italy, , the word for sparkling wine is full monty. . You know this is a smart I mean for Seco- Samante Champagnes? ? Format. . It just means sparkling wine doesn't mean anything. . But I think one of the problems is that. . In most Americans when they think about sparkling wine, they , think about. . Those sweet inexpensive ones from the Asti region which sold like crazy for a long long time. . I think they still do. . Okay. . But the cattle got. . You know the kind of Societas with an expensive nat maybe that grape wine, , there's been a few scandals there won't get into. . This cheap wine fighter. . We don't really care about this but for kind of Blue Osteo Ahmadis, , water because they were drier. . More detail. . You know they weren't these sweet things not the sweet wine is terrible. . Not a huge fan, , but people are so tweets their own. . So this is a sparkling wine should wear should be Presto Spur Monte Rosa. . And that's pretty good little line and the reason is not called. . For Sakho rose as because. . They're very very. . <hes> they've they've they've they've value their brand their brand is the glare grape. . Grown of <unk> region main the Sharm, , method and they actually a few years ago changed the name it used to be the for Sakho, , grape? ? Grown in the region made the cycle wine. . Anybody who could grow the? ? In Spain California Argentina could call their wine for sex change the grape to Glenora you can grow the grape anywhere, , but you gotTa Call Glare on that percents they protected their brand. . And that's the reason. . This isn't for Cycle Rosa because it camping has to be made from the lyric grape. . That's a white one. . And this is what this is a light refreshing ten bucks. . What else do you want what ton Buck Rosa bubbly from from Italy? ? I can't think of anything else tasted to me. . Third SIP and four minutes. . and. . I. . Don't have much more to say about against the job done. . You know. . Yeah. . I mean. . Is it my favorite wine? ? The whole real? ? No but. . I require wine to be the favourite wine every time out this gets the job done. . It does what it was meant to do and a dozen well. . So. . That's it for me. . On the next one key cheap. .

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Presto Sparkling Rose

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

Presto Sparkling Rose

"Day from cheap wine fighter dot com again. This one's kind of appropriate to the season. It's a Chris Light refreshing. Sparkling wine it's the presto sparkling rose zeh than non vintage extra-dry. Nine, ninety, nine at whole foods. I. Think it's exclusive whole foods they sell elsewhere in the world but in the United States, it's whole foods. and. It's if you like. You'RE GONNA. Like this wine. It's made in the same way that tank from Tation Shar map. Large pressurized bats the pressure when the CO two was released the second fermentation. The pressure foots the bubbles right back into the one. The DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THIS For Sakho says the glaring rape which the white grape. used. The grain grape and the rebozo. Gra to local Grapes of the region Veneto. and. Trentino Trentino up all toil Dj. Gratiot and Benito is Sakho. Northern Italy way, up there. the red grapes are two popular grapes in Italy about you don't see him that often in the U. S.. Ever, really good at Italian wine shop L. The you might find them there because they make good one. But you know most people aren't familiar and in a sparkling wine doesn't really matter because that's been fermented twice. Like. I said if you like for sexual like this, it's got a different. Flavor profile, but it's got some rounded red fruit in it. Now, not lot still basically a Chris sparkling wine. NOTICED SIP in two minutes? Taken two steps in two minutes basically tells you that it's got good acidity. Yeah. So. That's all you need to know really the light refreshing ten buckle foods sparkling wine from. Italy. And you know what they are thinking about, which may or may not make much difference at all. Why is it a sparkling wine? In Italy, the word for sparkling wine is full monty. You know this is a smart I mean for Seco- Samante Champagnes? Format. It just means sparkling wine doesn't mean anything. But I think one of the problems is that. In most Americans when they think about sparkling wine, they think about. Those sweet inexpensive ones from the Asti region which sold like crazy for a long long time. I think they still do. Okay. But the cattle got. You know the kind of Societas with an expensive nat maybe that grape wine, there's been a few scandals there won't get into. This cheap wine fighter. We don't really care about this but for kind of Blue Osteo Ahmadis, water because they were drier. More detail. You know they weren't these sweet things not the sweet wine is terrible. Not a huge fan, but people are so tweets their own. So this is a sparkling wine should wear should be Presto Spur Monte Rosa. And that's pretty good little line and the reason is not called. For Sakho rose as because. They're very very. they've they've they've they've value their brand their brand is the glare grape. Grown of region main the Sharm, method and they actually a few years ago changed the name it used to be the for Sakho, grape? Grown in the region made the cycle wine. Anybody who could grow the? In Spain California Argentina could call their wine for sex change the grape to Glenora you can grow the grape anywhere, but you gotTa Call Glare on that percents they protected their brand. And that's the reason. This isn't for Cycle Rosa because it camping has to be made from the lyric grape. That's a white one. And this is what this is a light refreshing ten bucks. What else do you want what ton Buck Rosa bubbly from from Italy? I can't think of anything else tasted to me. Third SIP and four minutes. and. I. Don't have much more to say about against the job done. You know. Yeah. I mean. Is it my favorite wine? The whole real? No but. I require wine to be the favourite wine every time out this gets the job done. It does what it was meant to do and a dozen well. So. That's it for me. On the next one key cheap.

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"glenora" Discussed on D. J. Swales Gothic Horror Tales

D. J. Swales Gothic Horror Tales

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"glenora" Discussed on D. J. Swales Gothic Horror Tales

"A posturing, Loud Token Charlton had managed to hold him in Shige to splitting the bill three ways for his entire reverence family. For weeks afterwards, declan eight luck Dickensian stray. Vanessa Sleek Landrover head past a hamlet of humble, brightly painted houses, there reminded him the old residences in the French quarter of New Orleans to where many French colonists had fled from slave reprisals in Haiti. Taking the Caribbean building style with them. He remembered staying in an old converted stable close to the famous symmetry. Marie Lavaux was buried after driving twelve hours from Lubbock. He leaned his head out of the open window. His mind still in New Orleans. He wondered if the pebbles left on the queen's Tomb was still there. He carried them from Egypt by a London and Texas. In the side mirror his cheeks balloon were the on rushing, air? His nose was bright, red listed on peeling from the sun he smiled. In the graveyard asks Vanessa for third time. Tone edged with frustration. Declan Stat into space that would slowly broke through. Sorry the graveyard, yes. Trays a blizzard trees. Yes Mama Muscle said that's where the two biggest silk cotton trees on the whole island. Myrtle said it. Gosh, declan. You really shouldn't be listening to her. She will fill your head with all kinds of Hocus pocus I mean she keeps trying to move the bloody land boundary as it is. A really she seemed harmless friendly even. Shared the cheek to promise me my fortunes would change if I gave it part of the old coconut plantation or falls away into the valley. I'm sure she meant well. From the time he had arrived, Vanessa incessantly complained about her choice luck. Did you tell you about her husband? Ask Vanessa Glenora him. ruminated Vanessa. Now, it's nothing forget I mentioned. Declan washed clamp lips shut ending the conversation, but his curiosity burned. Vanessa arrived over the hill and screech to a stop by some seem. Philips charge. The Gargantuan Silver, silk concentrations were that that arms like colossal occupy tentacles protecting the dead. The roots wound and spilled between the gravestones, some of which they attempted to swallow. Thank you said declan, extricating himself and his forums limbs by. He glanced around the village was dead. Also soul stirred. You're welcome. Vanessa replied now. Just don't get yourself into trouble with whatever it was. Mama myrtle told you. People can be quite traditional here. They didn't always appreciate superstitions. Especially around the churches, she paused. And the dead. Sure, you don't want to just come with me. Declan hesitated momentarily tempted. Vanessa drums her fingers on the steering wheel. The weight of his bag reminded him at work to do. In his pocket was a scrap of torn paper with instructions were noted down from myrtle. No it's fine. Really. He said slamming shut the door of the Land Rover. Okay see you in three hours shop said Vanessa. She grabbed the clutched and sped away. Declan exhaled his shoulders relaxing as he watched. The vehicle disappear over the crest of the hill. He hurried on towards the Church Gates, whose rusted metal had crumbled by pastry onto the white paint. Stepping into the graveyard, thick silence enveloped him. Broken only by the dead leaves crushed beneath his feet on the route, crack paving.

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"glenora" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:23 min | 2 years ago

"glenora" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Would get even crafted a stroll so so so no problem right you can call lots of things I have your your thirty years of on the surface well thank you for that when he was talking about established in nineteen sixty three I was thinking so as I I got your beetle that when I'm not gonna say anything is a big year thank you thank you thank you thank you we're going to take a call or anything we've got Brian in Glenarm brining Glenora your life with the Bob pastor Sir you have a question or comment something you'd like to share with me or my guest yes I do I do have a common okay I know I know I understand what you're talking about about you know Johns Hopkins all their students and everything in the wonderful people yeah I I I I went through stage four cancer and fill the survivors thank you I'm well what I want here understand is that not everything is rosy and what you're paying and you know I mean for example let me give you an example I'm not always in there for like four years went through chemo radiation all that kind of stuff but you know what will it really made me mad and one line calling you because you're paying for such a rosy picture of all the people who are students down there except that only give you an example here what happened to me let me let me stop you right there Brian how're we painted a rosy picture what I'm trying to do and I I appreciate it appreciate the feedback we're just talking about how necessary the program isn't so I I'm I'm sorry if it came out they were penny resident we're talking about the necessity of it because a lot of those folks don't have a good bedside manner and this is a necessary program it share your experience with us in the time that we've got here for Sony to cut you off okay hi one of things that happened to me like this group of young real students came around to me and I'm gonna trade him I throw it in the of god you know things are my notes sure that kind of stuff yeah and these these little young kids came around to me if we were you know residents who whoever they were yeah and the one little kid came around to me and I go I'll watch this this is funny and they pushed pushed on my my tray can made me talking a real weird kind of kind of way and it was you know that that's just one example okay but I mean it's an alternate thought it was funny and real character laugh and it's like you're you couldn't hear well let me say you know unacceptable unacceptable unprofessional unnecessary and I would hope that you what what year was this around around pride you remember well that's what it was two thousand and twelve two thousand twelve so is pretty recent I was in this program he was has been around since the nineteen sixties what did you do about that did you complain to the attending did you complain to the nurse on staff what did you do because we get we argue that the maybe that was a coaching moment and absolutely I listen I've got six kids I would have taken one of them out all and you know whatever but what what did you do with the patient we're here to throw I felt as if that I wish they were saving my life so I put up with it I said well you know I really hate this is sucks but I'm putting up with it because it is saving my life but here can I give you another example of what have you given up the lead let me stop you there because I want to know how did it make you because when we talk about in this program is how did it make you feel how did you feel when they were laughing and doing all that how did you feel was the patient what are some of the words that you would use to describe how you felt I felt horrible arm like older they're mocking disrespected your bill a year ago right I mean right violated what else would you set up a little bit little yeah right and I have to say that not every resident is a Hopkins graduate so the residents come from all over the the warrants Charlie so those students may not have been trained at the Hopkins medicine center ice patients program so yeah that's a good now it's a good point so a lot of people don't realize again knowing that system if you go some place for medical school March fifteenth is what's called match day and then they all of graduating students get their envelopes and it tells and contractually where they're gonna do their residencies see they're ranked in the computer they rank school they rank residency programs of residency programs rank them the March fifteenth everybody rips open that letter that says you're going to Timbuktu are you going to Johns Hopkins are going to Baylor you're going to wherever you're going and that's certainly a good point so so Brian I would hope and thank you for calling we're gonna rent a typewriter thank you so much for that that's a great I I appreciate him calling here's a man battling stage four cancer yeah and I've had those situations I will tell you when I've called the students out I'm there and I'm sitting there because a lot of times what people will do a lot but they'll turn around to consult we're sitting dead were sitting on the table yeah we're sitting there and all her humility Hartley and one of those standing hospital down one of those that don't as always were to you got to cover up the anyway we're sitting there and all our glory and our hospital gowns and they turn around and they fought on the Laffer they whatever if you can please some of those those cases that are more cute like I'm having chest pains or whatever and I'm like guys I can hear you and you point that out to them but he pointed out to them but this is I. N. Brian thank you so much for for tuning in for calling and I listen I I that was not my intention to paint I don't think we're paying now and that's exactly why we do what we do so that medical students when they graduate and become interns residents that they don't exhibit that kind of behavior and Brian Mason in the in the middle so we've got left here he made a great point I'm glad I put in the back here that I see that we've set how does it make you feel old Adam white and he said they were saving my life yeah for I felt like I had to put up with yeah that's not a good thing the thing is now not at all no so with respect and everything else the patient should have to tolerate that should've that's always it's not about tolerating anything exam people yeah I I don't know if we got time to do that we we don't have time to take we've got another caller on non holder we're gonna folks are listening to the Bob have show talk radio W. C. B. M. here we've got need across a diverse all on here that are we're talking about the standardized patient program and I love that story Brian again if you're out there I think you should probably listening to us thank you for sharing that's a real story and that's what this program does is talks about real stories right absolutely that's the key there but we're not making this stuff up ms Jones came in with a hang nail you know these are actual so that I'm not going to throw out the names but the banisters of the smiths or whatever cases that's right this is absolutely a real concessions one of my favorite this year thank god favors stab you know we've got a favor there and I'm talking about the role playing in someone's got things like that when I first started acting I said god you want me to be an actor because I sort of fell into it what we have now I have tremendous respect wanna talk we come back we're gonna talk about who was a good standardized patient so anyway folks give us a call about past show for one oh nine two two six six eight zero we will be back in a little bit we're talking about the standardized patient program at Johns Hopkins center the B. 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77WABC Radio

05:31 min | 3 years ago

"glenora" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Eleven seventy seven. ABC? That necessarily means that all billionaires are immoral. It is not to say that someone like Bill Gates, for example, or Warren Buffett are immoral people. I do not believe that. But he's kicks his dog. Right. Yeah. I I don't I'm not saying that. But I do think a system that allows billionaires to exist when there are parts of Alabama were where people are still getting ringworm because they don't have access to public health is wrong. Okay. Is there anything wrong with with Alexandra Cossio Cortez? Just said, I'm not going to put words Zach woods. Zach woods mouth. He's the other run centered my life and uncomfortable conversations at the intersection of black and white America, which he's lived in his young life. Zack. This is the new generation of successful democratic politicians calling themselves freshmen in the house. How do you feel about that statement? So I I can appreciate their energy and their enthusiasm. But I think that when it comes to working within institutions working with an established framework and a capitalist democracy, you work to make institutions better. You work to incentivize hard work, you provide greater opportunity, you don't destroy institutions. You don't tear them down. And you feel as though she's not respecting the institutions he's coming in. And I don't think she's thinking in terms of what's practical. What about Democrats in general looking at wealth looking at wealth? I think there's some who are doing a decent job. I think there are others. Who are you know, you've got kind of old guard new guard thing going on? I think. I'm a democrat. And so when it comes to economic policy liberal, I consider myself a liberal Democrat when it comes to economic policy, I'm about we're Bill Clinton was a nineteen ninety two. And so I think some the suffer saying now that saying that we can do away with institutions that you know that. That's something. That's it's not a practical measure this. My my big thing is whoever you are you Donald Trump? If he can keep Donald Trump is be who you are. Don't don't show up as Pete hegseth said yesterday in your seat. Donald Trump's showed up at the Iowa fair not in overalls or plaid, he showed up in a suit in a helicopter. He didn't try to pretend he wasn't rich or that he could relate to farmers, but he could talk to them and find out what their issues were Elizabeth Warren with your comment on. I think I'll get me a beer when that's not how it Harvard. Professor speaks. And what she says this. She can't mean it. I want these billionaires to stop being freeloaders. Want them to pick up their fair share? That's how we make a system that works. Not just for the rich and the powerful but works for all of us. All I'm asking for a little slice from the tippy tippy top, she's using the term. They'd always see us to be top. She also how big is here. She was at my place. Billionaires of freeloaders I never heard that before. I mean, I think mean, she's definitely she's her rhetoric. There is carefully selected. I think, you know, the fair share something I believe in you more respect in that. You know, if you're if you're making more, I do believe we need a system. A progressive taxation system that is not to say that I think we need to soak the rich to the pip squeak. I don't think that's what we need to do. I think we need to find ways to create opportunity for those who don't have it. Whether that's starting with education enrichment programs mentor, ship, whatever that is it can be a combination of things. I would love to see how much the horrible. These freeloaders give these these billionaires give I also would like to know how many more people Howard Schultz is a billionaire. He created two hundred thirty six thousand jobs last year, the company created man that's giving back. Now, if I take that money from him he doesn't expand it the Radi does his and higher. They who don't tired people at the rate. They do who don't get medical benefits because that's the individual foster you've Starbucks. So what I like to do is. Don't take seven of every ten dollars from the very successful in life. I fully aware there are people more talented and smarter than me. Just like if you walk into a classroom. Zach probably didn't happen to you much Abimael. I knew dumb in the middle of the pack. So I will those people in the front of the glenora as got perfect SAT scores. You're going to be more successful. That's the way life is if they apply themselves successful smart people pie themselves and have a little luck. They also helped lift other people thought that's where our imperfect system were. Absolutely. And another thing about this is we've gotta stop painting everything with such a broad brush billionaires are this. I mean, they're they're not the same. They're individuals right there. I mean, Bill Bill Gates Warren Buffett. I mean, incredible philanthropy. Charles coke has done serious philanthropic work, and I don't agree with him on everything. Yeah. But you see I can acknowledge the fact that he's done some good things criminal Justice reform, if you look at education, so we have to remember that people are individuals, and we have to judge. Them based on their stances their positions their work, the president United States thinks he's got an issue with Democrats, and it's socialism does he. I think there's a lot going on there. I disagree with how the president has conducted himself publicly. I think that sometimes he can bring a little more respect to the table. I think he can do that often he doesn't. But when he goes after Democrats, are you vulnerable on they being labeled, socialists. I'm not vulnerable there. But yes, I remember that the Democratic Party. We'll see you comes out. Hey, we'll see exactly have you back along the way. There's just too many into give a prediction house, and everybody's hey when we come back we're going to be joined by Dr Larry Sabato Zakho. It's great to see.

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"glenora" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

08:26 min | 3 years ago

"glenora" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"NewsTalk eleven thirty w I s and I'm Gregory, John. And this will you're chatting with Dr Christopher Kilian. He's with orthopedic associates. How are you doing great? How are you specialize in advance shoulder and elbow surgery first off let's talk a little bit about orthopedic associate locations and all that. So we're orthopedic associates, Wisconsin. Our main location is in p walkie Bellefield area right off of ninety four just west of highway. Ask us right off the freeway there. And then we have a second location. Donna mechanical right across from the Perot house facility there. The greenwalds center, we have a new orthopedic associates, Wisconsin location right there. Before we before we leave this segment. I want to ask you about this new website. You're talking about you're talking about but both who has their own Ortho sack. WWW dot or throw, Wisconsin dot com. And that has a link to our, you know, our locations are all of our providers, although services that we provide information about our walk in clinic where you can walk in and walk out and be seen by north specialists. The same day without an appointment. That's nice before we get into nuts nuts. Let's just kind of run down some of the procedures that you take care of absolutely so far, and as far as my practice goes the most common procedure, I perform a rotator cuff repairs. That's probably the most common shoulder issue that I see people in for usually people in their kind of their middle ages fifty sixty seventy kind of that's the main age range, and then the next most common procedure, I perform our shoulder replacements. So people with end stage arthritis, there are still called standard shoulder replacements. And then there's a thing called a reverse shoulder replacement, and those are people that have arthritis and a large rotator cuff tear, we change your Natta, and we do this reverse. Shoulder replacement that basically substitute for your rotator cuff and allows you to lift your arm. So those are definitely the two most common procedures I perform do a lot of sports injuries like shoulder instability, people with shoulder dislocations, different labor Altair's. And then as far as the elbow goes, the most common thing, I see people for for the elbow. Almost fifty percent of people that come in for elbow complaints, have tennis elbow, which definitely doesn't always require surgery, but tennis, elbow or lateral Ethicon Elida. So those are some of the most common ones I perform we're getting into a couple of months away from golf season. So I'm sure there's a lotta guys including me rotator cuff feeling a little taken care of by the time. Absolutely. Absolutely. So that's the key. Is that common very common as you know, is anyone ages. You can start developing rotator cuff pathology or problems, you know, the staff that I tell patients a lot when you are sixty you have almost a fifty fifty chance of at least having some rotator cuff disease or partial tearing of your rotator cuff, those aren't always require surgery. So people that end up with pain in full thickness hairs are where the rotator cuff basically pulled off the Boehner and it starts to retract back. If you're having pain you failed non operative measures. That's when you wanna consider at times, at least undergoing a surgery for repair. We'll get back to non-operative the how you do that. How does that work not operative? So I mean, if you specially if you have these partial tears of your rotator cuff, just because it's there it doesn't mean it needs to be repaired. So a lot of times we'll have people do some physical therapy. I'm we'll consider cortisone injections. The physical therapy can help in that. Sometimes if you strength strength. Within the muscles around your shoulder, the bigger bigger muscles, your deltoid, your pack. Your muscles your easiest round your back. If you strengthen those muscles and allow your shoulder to move with proper mechanics that sometimes we'll basically relieve the pressure or take the strain off of the torn part of the rotator cuff, so you don't have symptoms. There are plenty of people that are just walking around and have no idea that they have some tearing the rotator cuff hazard lifting their shoulder with proper mechanics or learn that through physical therapy. We are chatting with Dr Christopher Killeen is the orthopedic surgeon with orthopedic associates with two locations. Their website is Ortho. Wisconsin dot com today. Get Iraq Iraq. I wanted to ask you about navigated total salts shoulders. What is that? Yeah. Absolutely. So so specifically orthopedic associates, Wisconsin, we are the first and only in Wisconsin that have this navigation system are computer-assisted system that allows us to when we place the shoulder when placed a shoulder replacement the Cup cider the Glenn annoyed. The part that's deepened your shoulder and the difficult spot to get to and we're just looking at a face of bone, and that we have to kind of figure out where the bone is behind it. And so when we place the components the new plastic or metal that we position there. Traditionally it's kind of guesswork where you place it because you don't know where the bone is behind it. It's kind of this deep dark hole, you're working. And I'm so we have this navigation system that is based off of the patients individual CAT scan that we get before surgery. That's scan goes on the computer, I get a three D picture of their shoulder blade, or they're they're Glenwood were placed knows. Components. And then I plan ahead of time. Where exactly I want a position that where the best bone is behind me? And that plan then comes into the OR with us. And then we have a tracker that's on the patient's own bone, and it syncs up with the computers. I'm looking at looking at the computer while I'm doing the surgery as well. Wow. So when I use drills and Reemers to we want the the glenora to the Cup when we place the drills and Reemers we want it to be perfectly flush and flat up against the components that we put in just like if you're like laying brick you want the surface that you lay the brick on to be nice and flat. So the brick doesn't toggle. Yeah. Same thing when you placing a shoulder replacement. So you need that to perfectly flat. And plush, otherwise you're going to get early loosening further down line. So this computer will tell us exactly how deep I should remain how to make it perfectly flat. And when I moved my hand, I can see it moving on the computer screen, which is pretty incredible. So and allows us to place de most accurate shoulder replacement possible in this is a brand new technology. Through a company called exact tech that we use. And we're the only ones doing it. We have three three and four of us. Actually that are using this navigation system we've done over one hundred sixty so already in the past year, we've done over one hundred sixty. So actually just had an article out in Waukesha Freeman honors me a billboard out there soon. So I'm kinda starting to get the word out more that we're doing this because it's truly unique in will allow for a more accurate and precise shoulder replacement, and even you know. Shoulder surgeons that have been doing these for years. This makes us more accurate. This makes us better. Yeah. Talk about technologies cut his scary. It away with this procedure. What kind of recovery time? Are we looking actually so depends on if it's an anatomic shoulder replacement or that reverse one for rotator cuff issues, but in general, it's about a month. And then I have people just wear a sling. We get you started and physical therapy somewhere between the two and four week range as far as just getting moving getting the ranger motion back in and really improving motionless people with very severe arthritis, usually can barely lift your arm. And then after the surgery we allow them to have better motion, obviously, so they can get going and physical therapy. Get the motion started the studies that are out there show the most dramatic improvement. That people have is in the first three months ago, people still tend to improve until about a year after the surgery. So usually in the first three months, you're feeling pretty darn good, and people are usually very happy and feeling better than they did before. But they'll still even get better until about a year. So. We take care of it. Like in the next couple of weeks. I could be exactly exactly so. Yeah. It's I mean, it's there's still a certainly recovery processes still restrict you for a little bit. But. The goal is to get you back and doing everything you want with without pain. Did he get scared? Maybe down the road that might happen again. I mean, what's the success rates? Are this is that I tell most people so in the ten to fifteen year range about eighty five to ninety percent of people still have their shoulder replacement in a in their shoulder and are doing well. So overall, you know, there's a very very high success rate with it and relatively.

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KTOK

08:38 min | 3 years ago

"glenora" Discussed on KTOK

"So from seven AM in the morning. Two nine eight. We'll be at the prayer breakfast in midway city at the region. Then we will gather at twenty five hundred north Martin Luther King for the freedom is the silent March we'll be at the freedom center. So you'll see people part twenty five hundred north Martin Luther King at nine AM. But for those who need to go to the job fair, we're asking you to go to Douglas high school. And these high cheat is the coordinator there, we have NC Mr. Pruitt, president of Oklahoma City branch of N double ACP that's going to be at the freedom center. Schaja grams gotta be singing the black national anthem. It's a we'll have local speakers speaking there, and then president emeritus Roosevelt Milken will kick off that March. And it's the March from the history center from the freedom center to the kids to recenter down twenty third. And it's going eat is going westbound from twenty four hundred and Martin Luther King to twenty third and Kelly just just west of Kelly where we enter into the history center off of layered. So at nine forty five salad marginal step while we're asking people to bring their students bring their children get your young people involved because they will meet the young people at the history center. We'll have some local remarks by elected officials Reverend Cristine Bernard passer, new light Baptist church. We'll give that invocation. Madonna Miller will have the black sing the black national anthem. So we'll be at we national bell ringing salute to Dr Martin Luther King. And when I say, national, it's because at eleven AM, we will join governor state in the ringing of the bell. It is a tradition. All. Across the United States that each state ring the liberty bell, Eddie Levin AM. So we we do that every year with our governor or Lieutenant governor with with our with our local young people. And that is that is that the history center. Yes. Okay. And you want to get to the history so early so you can park. History center right decided March doesn't take very long at all it takes less than thirty minutes. Okay. So we kick off that silent March nine forty five. We'll we're probably gonna be at the history center. I ten fifteen. So we give people thirty minutes to listen to locally like did officials like Senator. George. Representative Jason low from ninety seven Representative AJ Pittman from how ninety nine and some of our former elected officials calm, so we'll have a councilwoman. Nikki nice. We may have a new newly elected district judge Kendra Coleman. So all of our community leaders come and they speak, and they honor the surviving dinners. So we still have sitters. In Oklahoma City. And so we're so honored to have them as the parade marshals. Yes. I was going to ask you about that you have two different groups of parade. Marshals. Tell us about the growth of the parade. Marshals will we'll be at Saint Pauls Piscopo cathedral at twelve fifteen. So they'll be another program there so north west seven and Robinson and the emcee of that program is Mike Shelton. Former state Representative ninety seven. Yeah. We'll we'll have CARA. Black singing America, the beautiful invocation is by minister cardinals Griffin here in the city. So the greetings and occasions done by the thing, you're batchelder at the peace house. So we have a lot of people on program, and we need you to come out and participate and when you get to two o'clock. The Martin Luther King holiday parade. Kick off starts at two o'clock. William jones. And t- Cherie represent the parade coordinators, but yes, honorary parade marching the original. Oklahoma City city, and so we honor them, and we welcome them. And we have people know them. I mean, they're tangible people grew up with them. They watched him. So we're so honored to have Maryland Looper Hildreth still leading the challenge still leading the fight to freedom and Justice any quality that her mother lead. Dr glenora Shepard Luper. So we're excited about that. And we've had a full weekend. Yes. You've been doing all all weekend. Yes. We've had the my cell Guthrie scholarship. Thank we that's hosted every year by Avery Chapple to raise scholarship money for students that was on Friday yesterday. We had the Alpha Phi Alba's economy has a gospel extravaganza. Last night. And so today was such a fool day, the women's March displays at the capital the state capital. And then we had an out standing program at Saint John's Baptist church. We coordinator of the Martin Luther King junior's birthday celebration is Dr Lee Cooper junior. And we had a tackler speaker dynamic speaker, and Dr being Kenny, and then we went after that at six o'clock, we were at the temple benign, Israel, the unity dinner and program, and they have the open Mike the one Mike what podcast going on? And we're talking about race relations. We're talking about some of the hard things in America that we still face today. Some of the courageous conversations about racism and privilege. And how do we survive and one of the questions that was asked tonight is what America do you live in because we do know some people are privileged by birds and some people are not. But how do you come back? Then how do you speak up for one another and how do you join been telling each other what age you were? We found out that something was different. Something was different about you and your participation in your your value and society. So that coming together conversation was done by. The and and it's the thirty first annual respect for diversity banner. Just don't wanna leave out the respect for diversity foundation. But simple benign Israel, and he ended up Lacey pe- chapter and respect for diversity has been doing this for thirty one years. So we are just completely honored by that. And so we welcome the speakers on one, Mike one voice. And so we had Michael Eric Owens d Sean Thornton and professor Diane L Johnson. So those were the ones who participated in the podcast, and they're still taking questions from the audience now as we speak, and so we we're excited about all of these things that are going on in honor of Dr Martin Luther King junior who would have been ninety years old and still celebrating. Good here. I am talking to that was phenomenal. I want you to know that. That whole description was phenomenal. And my goodness. What an incredible weekend that you were talking about I'm talking to former state Senator Anastasia Pittman. She's telling us about the MLK junior events. Dr Martin Luther King junior events that we have here in Oklahoma City the parade. Tomorrow has been rated the third in the nation. So I'll tell you what Senator Pitman I need to take a small break. But when we come back, we'll talk more about the parade. But I'm so glad you're having a job fair at nine AM. That's incredible. So lamb, thank you. Hold on just about three minutes. And.

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News Talk 1130 WISN

08:24 min | 3 years ago

"glenora" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"S and I'm Gregory, John. And this segment where you're chatting with Dr Christopher Kilian is with orthopedic associates. How are you doing great? How are you? You specialize in advanced shoulder and elbow surgery track. I always talk a little bit about orthopedic associated locations and all that castaway. So we're orthopedic associates, Wisconsin. Our main location is in p walkie doll field area right off of ninety four just west of highway. Ask us right off the freeway there. And then we have a second location. Donna Quantico right across from the Perot house facility there. The greenwalds center, we have a new orthopedic associates, Wisconsin location right there. Okay. Before we before we leave this segment. I wanna ask you about this new website you're talking about talking about, but who has their own Ortho. So. WWW dot Wisconsin dot com, and that has linked to our you. Our locations are all of our providers, although services that we provide information about our walk in clinic where you can walk in and walk out and be seen by an orthopedic specialist the same day without an appointment. That's nice. Before we get into the nuts nuts. Let's just kind of run down some of the procedures that you take care of. Absolutely. So far away as far as my practice goes the most common procedure, I perform rotator cuff repairs. That's probably the most common shoulder issue that I see people in for usually people in their kind of their middle ages fifty sixty seventy kind of that's the main age range, and then the next most common procedure, I perform our shoulder replacements. So people with end stage arthritis, there are called standard shoulder placements. And then there's a thing called a reverse shoulder replacement, and those are people that have arthritis and a large rotator cuff tear. We changed around your anatomy, and we do this reverse shoulder replacement. They basically substitute for your rotator cuff it allows you to lift your arm. So those are definitely the two most common procedures I perform do a lot of sports injuries like shoulder instability, people with shoulder dislocations, different labor Altair's. And then as far as the elbow goes, the most common thing, I see people for for the elbow. Almost fifty percent of people that come in for elbow complaints, have tennis elbow, which definitely doesn't always require surgery, but tennis, elbow or lateral pecan Elida. So those are some of the most common ones I perform we're getting into a couple of months away from golf season. So I'm sure there's a lot of guys including me rotator cuff feeling a little get taken care of by the town. Absolutely. Absolutely. So that's the key. Is that common very common as you know, as anyone ages. You can start developing rotator cuff pathology your problems, you know, the staff that I tell patients a lot when you are sixty you have almost a fifty fifty chance of at least having some rotator cuff disease or partial tearing of your rotator cuff, those aren't always require surgery. So people that end up with pain in full thickness hairs are where the rotator cuff basically pulled off the Boehner and starts to retract back. If you're having pain you failed non-operative measures. That's when you wanna consider at times, at least undergoing surgery for repair. We'll get back to non-operative. How do you do that? How does that work not operative? So I mean, if you specially if you have these partial tears of your rotator cuff, just because it's there it doesn't mean it needs to be repaired. So a lot of times we'll have people do some physical therapy. I'm we'll consider cortisone injections. The physical therapy can help in that. Sometimes if you strength, strengthen the muscles around your shoulder, the bigger, bigger muscles, your deltoid, your pack. Your muscles your upper trapeze ius around your back. If you strengthen those muscles and allow your shoulder to move with proper mechanics. That's sometimes we'll basically relieve the pressure or take the strain off of the torn part of the rotator cuff. So you don't have symptoms are plenty of people that are just walking around and have no idea that they have some tearing the rotator cuff hazard lifting their shoulder with proper mechanics or learn that through physical therapy. We are chatting with the Dr Christopher killing the orthopedic surgeon with orthopedic associates with two locations. Their website is Ortho wisco-. Kansin dot com today, get Iraq. Right. I wanted to ask you about navigated, total salt shoulders. What is that? Yeah. Absolutely. So so specifically orthopedic associates, Wisconsin, we are the first and only in Wisconsin that have this navigation system, or it's a computer assisted system that allows us to when we played the shoulder when placed a shoulder replacement the Cup cider the Glenn annoyed. The part that's deepened your shoulder and the difficult spot to get to and we're just looking at a face of bone, and that we have to kind of figure out where the bone is behind it. And when we place the components the new plastic or metal that we position there. Traditionally it's kind of guesswork where you place it because you don't know where the bone is behind it. It's kind of this deep dark hole, you're working. And so we have this navigation system that is based off of the patients individual CAT scan that we get before surgery. That's scan goes in the computer, I get a three D picture of their shoulder blades. Her there, there were placing those components, and then I plan ahead of time. Where exactly I want to position that we're the best bone is behind me. And that plan then comes into the OR with us. And then we have a tracker that's on the patient's own bone, and it syncs up with the computers looking at looking at the computer while I'm doing the surgery as well why? So when I use drills and Reemers to we want the glenora to the Cup when we place the drills and Reemers we want it to be perfectly flush flat up against the components that we put in just like if you're like laying brick you want the surface that you lay the brick on to be nice and flat. So the brick doesn't toggle. Yeah. Same thing when you placing a shoulder replacement. So you need that to perfectly flat and flush. Otherwise, you're going to get early loosening further down the line. So this computer will tell us exactly how deep I should remain how to make it perfectly flat. And when I moved my hand, I can see it moving on the computer screen, which is pretty incredible and allows us to place the most accurate shoulder replacement possible. And this is a brand new technology through a company called exact tech that we use. And we're the only ones doing it. We have three three and four of us. Actually that are using this navigation system we've done over one hundred and sixty so already in the past year, we've done over one hundred and sixty. So actually just had a article out in Waukesha Freeman on there's gonna be a billboard out there soon. So I'm kinda starting to get the word out more that we're doing this because it's truly unique and will allow for a more accurate and precise shoulder replacement. And even you know shoulder surgeons that have been doing this for years. This makes us more accurate. This makes us better. Yeah. That's talk about technologies cut his scary. It away a with this procedure. What kind of recovery time where we look? Absolutely. So depends on if it's an anatomic shoulder replacement or that reverse one for rotator cuff issues, but in general, it's about a a month. And then I have people just wear a sling. We get you started and physical therapy somewhere between the two and four week range as far as just getting moving getting the ranger motion back in and really improving motionless people with very severe arthritis, usually can barely lift your arm. And then after the surgery we allow them to have better motion, obviously. So they can get going and physical therapy. Get the motion started the studies that are out there show the most dramatic improvement. That people have isn't the first three months people still tend to improve until about a year after the surgery. So usually in the first three months, your film, pretty darn good, and people are usually very happy and feeling better than they did before. But they'll still even get better until about a year. So. We take care of it. Like in the next couple of weeks. I could be exactly exactly so. Yeah. It's I mean, it's there's still a certainly a recovery processes still restrict you for a little bit. But the goal is to get you back and doing everything you want with without pain. Did you get scared? Maybe down the road that might happen again. I mean, what's the success rate? This is that I tell most people so in the ten to fifteen year range about eighty five to ninety percent of people still have their shoulder replacement in an in their shoulder and are doing well, so overall, you know, there's a very very high success rate with it and relatively.

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