35 Burst results for "Grossman"

"grossman" Discussed on Thrive Bites

Thrive Bites

02:21 min | 2 months ago

"grossman" Discussed on Thrive Bites

"Young people You know reach out to you. So my website is dr. Sharon grossman dot com. And i have lots of resources on my website. My book is the seven easy solution to burn out as you mentioned in the beginning and it's really a book and a workbook all in one so if you wanna coach yourself through burnout you don't wanna work with someone. This is a great tool because it's got a whole bunch of stuff in here for you to do that as well as some online resources and then for anybody who wants to kind of figure out what's happening with them. What stage of burnout. They might be in and what they need to do next. I created a burnout checklist. And so if you go to be. It dot l. y. forward slash. my burn out checklist. You'll be able to download that for free and it'll give you a good sense of all the stuff that we cover today in terms of burnout symptoms as well as what you can do moving forward so i hope that's helpful and again thank you so much for having me on the show. No thank you. I really appreciated so guys. Definitely check out You know she sounds like a wonderful resource you know. Get her book. Call her up and see how we could help you Being able to prevent a burnouts and optimizing yourself care so check dr sharon. Thank you so much for spending some moments with us and helping our audience spreading Your and expertise. My pleasure guys. Thank you so much for watching If you like this please like comments and subscribe if you feel like this is a benefit for someone else. Police share with them as well. And until next time We will see you here. Every wednesday at five next week won't be here but the week afterwards. We will so fleecy.

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"grossman" Discussed on Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror

Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror

03:13 min | 2 months ago

"grossman" Discussed on Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror

"Dwelling and the steps of the mind. It's time from lock. Diva anti and brain borough everyone. This is mark valenti. And this is another episode of brain borough this opportunity where we really dig deep with our guest and she has an opportunity to really talk about her fears her values what she wants out of her life. And then you of course as the viewer and listener have a chance to say. How does this relate to me. So i'm extremely pleased to say i have ms. Naomi grossman on the show this evening. And i'm gonna handed over to her by asking. The big open ended question. Who exactly is naomi. grossman's. I knew gonna ask this. I mean i could. I be prepared No i think i am. I am a performer. I am on the any graham. There's the the various personality types. And i am a solid performer. If there's no one watching then what's the point you know. I like i need. I get my energy from an audience. I i I'm more comfortable in a a with a stadium of people watching me than i am. One on one This conversation knowing that there are other people listening makes this work if it were just the two of us mark. I don't know. I don't not so much No i i really don't get me wrong. I have tried to. I tried to do other things. I've i you know i i kind of think of it as like in with being gay like you can't cray the actor away. I wish like. I would have tried like i did not choose this. I was born this way. Like i have always sort of needed attention and Wanted to be in the spotlight. It's just a. It's where i'm most comfortable it's I find my way there regardless late for better or not It's it's you know. When i walk into a party i will force the spotlight on me if it's not already Again got That's not always a good thing. It's probably why i'm single But at the same time if these self aware and i'm You know. I can acknowledge that is what drives me. That is who naomi grossman is not was as spectacular answer. Thank you so much for sharing your perspective while you've just give me a lot to sort of want to know more about here so we talked about as you are now he served look back and say this is the way you are. At what point did you realize this.

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Miami Gardens Reopens COVID Testing & Vaccination Site

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Miami Gardens Reopens COVID Testing & Vaccination Site

"Its covid testing and vaccination site today. The testing facility now becomes one of the largest in the area since the state operated hard Rock stadium testing site is permanently closed. Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz says Florida's moving backwards in its fight against coronavirus, and she's calling yet again on the governor to declare a state of emergency supplies like ventilators and oxygen can move around the state more easily where they are needed. With tens of thousands of new cases in our hospitals teeming with covid patients, that declaration is necessary. The side opens the day after a new Regeneron monoclonal antibody treatment, said. Or opens at C B. Smith Park in Pembroke Pines. The free treatment is available seven days a week for the elderly and immunocompromised. Wendy Grossman,

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"grossman" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

04:12 min | 4 months ago

"grossman" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"To to be able to kind of fight misinformation and to get good information out to people and and you know create a community of trust that that this really is a good vaccine and that its protective and what we're seeing with cove it is that cova does disproportionately affecting members in minority communities and marginalized communities. And so if you have a virus or a disease that that is impacting the black community more and then you have a community. That's mistrustful of the vaccine. You've got to break down that barrier and be able to really get to the to the community to prevent cova ed and prevent bad outcomes and to build. Trust so talking with your health department talking with outreach. people Talking with your church and people that you respect and talking with your physician and members of the medical community who you trust and who could provide good information. Thank you so much. Dr grossman now. Now that i'm someone who is willing to get vaccinated. I think i'm going to call all my friends and just publicly shame them if they haven't gotten vaccinated is that the best way to do it. not not quite. You know it's hard by by you know. I think the message to to get out to people. Is that these vaccines work that they're safe that they're going to protect you. They're going to protect your loved ones. They're going to allow us to have more normalcy. Which were all all desperate for right now And and you know. I would truly recommend it for anyone. If i were pregnant. I would get the vaccine if i were breastfeeding. I would get the vaccine. If if i had cancer and was going through chemotherapy i would get the vaccine. I could not recommend it more. You know in talking with friends and family. What we've found is that that you know while these types of conversations are good. The true benefit of and the the true influence in changing people's minds is having a trusted family member or friend talk with their their loved one about these reasons of why to get vaccinated and i can tell you that that being in missouri right now where we're having a pandemic of unvaccinated people is. It's it's devastating in the hospital it's ripping through families of unvaccinated people And it's ripping through families of of partially vaccinated people where you know we're having you know grandparents come in. After seeing their adult grandchildren or or you know teenage grandchildren who have decided not to get vaccinated. Because they wanted to wait and see and grandma and grandpa getting sick from their grandchildren and you know the the the complications and the grief in the family dynamics that we're seeing in the hospital right now you know trying to take care of these patients that their their deaths in their illness and everything that comes with kovic could have been preventable so so truly now is the time to have these conversations with your family and friends you know as soon as possible people should be getting vaccinated to to really protect the people that they care about. Thank you so much dr. Kate grossman to find my vaccine and to get a vaccine That's available where i am. I'm gonna head to www dot vaccines dot gov that's www dot. Vaccines dot gov. Now i've spent on remind everyone that is where you can Head to to find where to schedule your vaccination And you can also see if you're eligible or an in-home kovic nineteen vaccine. If you have difficulty reaching vaccination site you may be able to get one in home. So i think that's amazing and dr cake grossman. Thank you so much for your time and really appreciate you and love you and thank you for your work no problem. Thank you for having me. Thank you so much for listening to our very special mini mini episode. And we will see next time. Bye for now..

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Microsoft Exchange hack caused by China, US and allies say

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

Microsoft Exchange hack caused by China, US and allies say

"The blighted ministration and western allies are formally blaming China for a massive Microsoft exchange email server software hack on top of that the nation say cyber spies associated with the Beijing government have carried out ransomware and other attacks the justice department's also charging for Chinese nationals federal prosecutor Randy Grossman says worked with China's state security ministry to target corporate university and a government computer systems and economic espionage campaign led by the government of China while the by the administration sees the accusations as a forceful public shaming of Beijing it's not imposing sanctions like he did against Moscow at least not yet investigations are finished and the White House is not ruling out consequences Sager made Ghani Washington

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Grossman's 10th-inning squeeze bunt lifts Tigers over Astros

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 5 months ago

Grossman's 10th-inning squeeze bunt lifts Tigers over Astros

"Robbie Grossman squeeze bunt in the bottom of the tenth give attackers a two one victory and a split of their four game series with the Astros I'm growing a little bit right now but on tomorrow's a new day and I'm glad I I got to do something helped him win today the game when he bought came a half inning after Gregory Soto worked out of the second and third situation tiger starter Terrick school allowed just one run on one hit and three walks in seven innings striking out nine Houston's Jaco to reveal out two hits and a walk in five innings he's allowed just four hits and two walks with fifteen strikeouts in fourteen scoreless innings over his last three starts Carlos Correa had a sacrifice fly for the Astros his fifth RBI of the series I'm Dave Ferrie

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"grossman" Discussed on Talk Nerdy to Me

Talk Nerdy to Me

02:31 min | 6 months ago

"grossman" Discussed on Talk Nerdy to Me

"Heroin addicts having just like a. It's not a probably shouldn't but i probably will anyway. We are a handler on hand. Just around like make sure. I don't get you know kidnapped. Her chopped into pieces sprinkled across the mohave. There that'd be great just because let's face it. He's basically making him famous against his. Not against as well just Unbeknownst to him frankly this trip to el paso might be your next show. I obama graphical show. Yeah that's what i'm saying. Like i i never know where inspiration is gonna come and It entirely could. I mean like i said there's a whole There's a there's a rendezvous apostle. There's a comic lot in monterrey mexico that it makes an appearance. Yeah you just. You don't know awesome. Can't wait now. Not only have we pissed off your x y z but now no one will ever date me again period. I don't. I don't believe that i saw to be on their best behavior. Yes or they're gonna end up in your show. Oh my god. This is miss so much fun. But i i know you're busy so i i'm going to go ahead and and here i wanna thank you for answering all my silly questions and we are looking forward to seeing you. In september aso comecon answers. And like i said feel free to edit not alienate a certain group. I see your though are interviewee. Like three seconds on. If that's the case now we're really looking forward to seeing you hear no paso and i as well thank you so much. Thank you not with me is a car class. You play in an off each e..

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"grossman" Discussed on Talk Nerdy to Me

Talk Nerdy to Me

08:08 min | 6 months ago

"grossman" Discussed on Talk Nerdy to Me

"It's true m. I mean it's global at this point but yeah i you know i. I lived in argentina in high school. And so then. When i went to college happened to be in school with like basically a brazil movie star but nobody knew it. They didn't because this was here in the us in chicago. And i used to say everybody. You guys don't know this but famous in brazil and about to be too and so sure of your enemies gorgeous in my mind. I thought were. I'm gonna take this language. I'm on private tutoring on the side and we all know how that ends well. It didn't end that way But i learn portuguese eight. My portuguese my brazilian fans. I mean they're they. Break the internet. Every time i post so hey it worked out last week loss out. When you're like when you wanna be this hiring actor in your like picking out your classes you know singing dancing breathing class. You know felder christ whatever. Sorry my breathing. Teacher would be very upset at that. But now that. The sega's and the christians am i reading teacher on me on no nothing else. Can i have set interview but anyway yup portuguese was the last thing i thought would You know benefit my career but hey it has. It's a weird world. Yeah and you mentioned argentina and one of the because you'd also like you said you write produce and star in live your own stuff and one of the things You did was girl in the argentine landscape. And i'm guessing that was based on your time in argentina i. It's sort of a coming of age story About finding myself far from home home is not always where we're from but sometimes where we were from. And that's the story sort of a metamorphosis from Kinda big door to a bad ass. If i may say so you are. You can take yourself dork and high school yeah. A little bit was mayor of really high. Achieving like i was obsessed with being the star of everything like you name it. The olympics of the mind student council national honor society school play marching band. Cheerleading peer counseling. Spanish club ballet piano private voice on camera acting. I think that's it. But i could have done that even faster back in the day i mean was yeah i just i was. I wanted my yearbook resume to be the longest. I don't know why i cared. So i i was what i was real. I was one of those. you know. Very concerned with You know being the it's funny. I was like such an adult. When i was a kid. And now i'm at an adult and kid your phone benjamin buttons. Yeah yes yes. I was hoping you wouldn't notice. I am years old from the neck up. But that's the pandemic. no you look great. You look great Another one I don't at the The got a lot of popular is it was very popular whereas your carnival knowledge And i believe he got a long long play in la. It did and ninety. Even it went on to go to the edinburgh fringe in scotland in west dan in london. An off off. Broadway new york. Ny even toured around with a couple of colleges. Yeah that was More of a. If the i was coming of age story nice innocent tale of adolescence. This was more of a coming of age Different smelly little more raunchy kind of Sex comedy Again still no blood orgies Were you know it's It's liberal Of us city different coast. Crappier shoes What was the tagline. Six million man in los angeles. She only needs one to work. I don't know if there's that many men los angeles -obably by now. There are back when i produced number was not that but three million south better part of the groundlings sunday company really Popular i guess comedy sketch group and i know you had aspirations to be on saturday night live. Are you still. Maybe looking to get on saturday night live. Yeah that's the dream always forever. Never i've gotten over it. You know for a long time. I was just obsessed. Especially while i was at the groundlings i saw my own friend getting it was like you know what i got a While i was growling. Kristen wig got picked up there Michaela watkins who did I think only Season or two at at at snl is actually in ascending company with me. So like data. I feel like. I can't say i got close but it got close. Snl is always sort of thing where you were like you know. Any given sunday sure lorne michaels could be out there. You don't know or some scout Yeah i mean at this point. I mean again. Also mike day who's a A regular now. He's will ensure god Seth meyers was a friend of mine in college. I felt it was always sort of like ships in the night but in always just. That was sort of a no brainer. Like i just saw myself. That was such a fit. I mean at this when it can watch the show when i feel like old I mean benjamin button and all but still host. That was going to say lorne. Michaels is watching. You got somebody here that wants to host. I'm certainly watching that. i'm sure i hope he is. That would be amazing if he was being there. Were two things you knew you made. 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"grossman" Discussed on Talk Nerdy to Me

Talk Nerdy to Me

07:09 min | 6 months ago

"grossman" Discussed on Talk Nerdy to Me

"Love our. You will great great We like i. We come into el paso comecon twenty twenty one. We had you scheduled for you. Know twenty twenty before the world ended What have you been doing to keep busy during that time. Oh well i've I put my time to good use. I somehow resisted the urge to do puzzles and baked myself new show. So i've got a you know netflix's comics guts shawl. That netflix. just doesn't know about yet. Can you tell us a challenging thing about that or is it nda. i know. I mean it's my baby. So if i wanna talk about it it's It's called american horror story it's It's my own autobiographical story. It's it's kind of the third in the trilogy. I've written two solo shows prior to this Also autobiographical just repair. So they were You know people don't necessarily know about it. You know about those yet but they will definitely know about this one. This is the kind of Am folks at a What's my elevator pitch autobiographical anthology of Tales of self compromise the hor- story. Yeah this is less of a promiscuous horror and more of a hustler horror We see me pre pepper post paper as pepper sort of in my you know pursuits. So i think it's it's definitely kind of a love letter to fans and the show and i think they're gonna get a row kick out of it so i'm excited. It pretty much took like a good nine months to write like like a baby or thing process and now i've been memorizing it for about the last three months now so it's a it's been a whole year's process but it's really been lick Were have something to really focus on. You know before. I'm just focusing on not drowning myself in the pool it now. So this is a little healthier. Just a wee bit i guess. That's one method of therapy. Yes yes take your heart and turn it into our There's definitely some broke apart in this Got some boyfriends. That are gonna to be real unhappy. But you know you're which is so so yeah for those who don't know as you mentioned american horror story. You played to really connick characters in that series of pepper who was in two seasons. And the is samantha. Crowe and those characters were so completely different from each other. How did you approach getting ready to play. Each one of those were so diverse. Well i tend to the focus. Different they are. I like to think of how similar they are to myself and You know obviously physically pepper. And i don't have a whole lot in common but you know like i i do late. I love to play and You know i think she has ill a huge heart and a sense of sort of a whimsey and wonderment of the world and i share that so actually similarly with samantha. Crowe which a lot of people are like. Oh how nice you get to play yourself. And i'm like well i don't really stab you know in my arm. So it's not like i laying myself Although i did read the satanic bible and There was some things that i could relate to. I remember would read it like out in the pool on a floaty toy and i have one like hoping my neighbors you know. Walk by and ask what. I was reading but You know there's Again i'm not preaching satan k. But there's really like this a fierce individualism within that whole ideology and that is like we we we we should it. Should be you know ripping our lives and i. I kind of relate to that not the blood part maybe depending upon the company maybe not even the orgy. Part with the point is i do. I do Embrace this like this whole kind of puritanical ideology that you know. America sort of based on i kinda reject like i think we're a bunch of fruits and i do think the satan is. I'll just leave it at that. So that i don't upset people further. Well people don't realize most satan is. They're not really devil worshippers more. They're almost like hedonist. The they wanna have fun by not hurting other people. Yeah you would like to the last five minutes. That would be fine with me. Because exactly eh but i you know i well actually looking back at the at the head down that you know. I really miss my life like i i again. I'm not saying. I did like blood orgies on the regular but i definitely like i used to go out all the time. I had a very active. Social is an to suddenly be like just stuck home at like zoom meeting was supposed to be a zoom cocktail party. Like he's yeah. It's not the same hobby. You did mention previous boyfriends and i read somewhere that you actually learned to speak portuguese for one of your crushes..

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"grossman" Discussed on Behind the Bima

Behind the Bima

05:40 min | 7 months ago

"grossman" Discussed on Behind the Bima

"Knows by heart to under again. Mola is going in the father and it. Nevada come visit them in his fault. This kid for making the kids and the kids. Since william in the village in the beginning they don't want to come to syndicates. In in i tell you a stolen in this village. one day finn. Even the he'll make a you know like ebola. School makeup eighty. Finish from the graduation in the boys says they bunk to make saga. You go down a live show in the parents. I bite independence in this new show making downstairs and i saved the dependence come in syndicates from obstacles. They don't see your you will. You will see them in. They will not see you. Come and see them. Make desha and in the shawl showing debate the balance bathing to them in the time and they lost little lady schedule. Send them up from all going to many things. I tell you not to believe immediately dependents can can call a slaughter last month. Kengo can compl- themselves they leave. They come down the to the boys decry in for forgiving. Like this not to believe because this the boys shows them in in life is going to. Why would happen by adding from dependents broughton in little also to go down. This is the because i tell you before the only lays to know into have patients in this and right now. I bought many tomatoes for me to this village. And i say to them. Don't vague. the boy. Go down in the street. And then you saving. If you see a boy that started the difference. Let's take him item e. Let's see what you can do with fully goal done these diverg child of grossman. You're a hero. Took lawyer to all of us and inspiration. You always have been and you still are. What's amazing is that even with these You know three campuses and buildings in twelve thousand and twenty thousand graduates. You still believe that the best is yet to come. You still working on doing more and bigger. There's so many ways that your inspiration to all of us. Everybody should read this book. These stories were a fraction of the beginning of the stories. That could come grossman for me. What really inspires me. And i think obligates me obligates its mikheyev all of us and maybe we'll close with this question..

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"grossman" Discussed on Behind the Bima

Behind the Bima

03:44 min | 7 months ago

"grossman" Discussed on Behind the Bima

"Log in middle denied to go to shelters. Can you believe what what will be only filling in. everything's show mine that a sham elba's that make the four before your monkey. Everybody's okay and everybody's and i hope emits a sham to to play and i hope show help us. We'll be in nissim inflows mitzi midst chaman thank you for the rough strength and for the rubs leadership. It's a great close for us to be together again. The rub visited our community in boca raton. I was a young assistant. Rabbi at the time. I looked younger. I was younger. It was a long time ago and already then the rav was of course Famous distinguished had accomplished so much. And i don't know how it is that the doesn't seem to slow down with grossman just seems as time goes on most other people age and they get tired and yuba grossman you. Just get stronger and you just do more. And more. And i thought then that i knew a lot about you. And i've told the dresses and in writings told the story of in not only the discos and miguel amac but in manhattan going with Going through my risk into the disco in manhattan and then. I've got the book and when i got the book i couldn't put a down i couldn't put it down and that's how we came to this as i told the story on a previous episode of buying the bima of how inspired and blown away i was by by your masirah snapface by your sacrifice to care about the children of the jewish people to love every jew and you didn't just say as lip service you put everything on the line your life savings the apartment when you were a newlywed. You're ready to go. Tell the head of the mafia in mcdollar amac is gonna stop bringing the arab men in. Because you wouldn't let it be under your watch. And where does that come from you know like. Nah you know what happened inside the newsreels much more than from the hamas in gaza. You'll know the news the last couple days very very hard time goto hyphen in. But yom lumley lewd every place that you have all together. Jewish they mom not to believe what happened in the last couple days. The the police lost lost lost. The what you call control in they kill in day doing an up not to believe. Also jewish i against yom take some other in the day they mommy's day they beat them. What the i against the way. I say you must. If you're the government you can take the hawk lay a dime call lawn your hands. You need to be careful what you see along to note to believe in only dollar is is everything is quiet. Why you have no talib seal in. This is missed out of the again. Then this l. capone e clean up mcdollar aiming out of never flay till today to dominion. Wow all because of that and and you sold your apartment in order to buy that truck and that's a mysterious. Never so we. We really want to begin. Grossman tell us about your parents your luster as background. Who instilled that value in you. A young a younger man hazardous show younger man and ucla. Kodak who all of a sudden is willing to sell his apartment a newlywed. Leave everything you know the comfort of where you began. Who gave you those attributes that character trait to be most fish to give it all up to put it all on the line out of love for the jewish people. I tell you. I go ping. You'll have been six generation wall in jerusalem..

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Musgrove throws no-hitter as San Diego Padres beat Texas Rangers 3-0

Bloomberg Law

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

Musgrove throws no-hitter as San Diego Padres beat Texas Rangers 3-0

"A pitcher who grew up watching the San Diego Padres has pitched the team's first no hitter and the seasons as well, defeating the Texas Rangers three to nothing Friday night. Cliff Albert reports 28 year old Joe Must. Grove grew up in San Diego, watching the Padres play from the stands. He chased batting practice home runs at Qualcomm Stadium. And then cheered from his family season seats in right field at Petco Park. It took 52 seasons at 8206 games for a Padres pitcher to finally do something none had done before. Must Grove who played baseball it? Grossman High School in La Mesa, and the minor leagues had never thrown a no hitter before, even in Little League But now is a hometown kid. He's made

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Miami-Dade’s COVID spread complicating mayor’s plan to lift curfew

Sean Hannity

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

Miami-Dade’s COVID spread complicating mayor’s plan to lift curfew

"Continue to come when the clock strikes 12 Miami Dade next week. They're Daniella Levin Cava announced she would lift the midnight to six a.m. curfew if the 14 Day Cove in in 19. 19. Positivity Positivity rate rate was was below below 5.5% 5.5% viable viable Fifth. Fifth. The The numbers numbers are are inching inching higher, higher, not not lower. lower. With With the the positivity positivity rate rate hitting hitting 6% 6% Saturday Saturday and and 7% 7% Sunday. Sunday. The The health health of of our our people people and our economy is the top priority. The mayor's meeting with medical advisers to discuss the positivity rate, hospitalization rates, death and percentage of vaccinated residents before announcing any decisions when D. Grossman

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Several South Florida Cities Brace For Spring Breaker Influx As Miami Beach Curfew Takes Effect

Sean Hannity

00:37 sec | 9 months ago

Several South Florida Cities Brace For Spring Breaker Influx As Miami Beach Curfew Takes Effect

"Several South Florida cities are bracing for possible influx of spring break party years. His Miami beaches. Emergency curfew takes effect tonight in a pre emptive strike against problems. Fort Lauderdale's beefing up police patrols just in case rowdy Spring break crowd said north with Miami Beach is eight p.m. curfew in effect tonight through Sunday. We're not sure if that quite a crowd is gonna migrate up to Fort Lauderdale. Nonetheless, we have enhanced our law enforcement activities and our present. Mayor Dean Trantalis says they will not tolerate unruly crowds. Extra officers are also on hand in Wynwood. Miami Beach will shut down the eastbound lanes of MacArthur, Julia Tuttle and Venetian causeways attend tonight. Wendi Grossman News Radio's 16. The Buro

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Miami-Dade Announces "New American Task Force"

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:34 sec | 9 months ago

Miami-Dade Announces "New American Task Force"

"Dade has a new office. Helped Venezuelan supply for temporary protected status. Mayor Daniela Levin Cava announcing the Miami Dade New American task force till those eligible for TPS prepare their applications for citizenship. So we're going to through this effort, guide our immigrant residents along their path to citizenship and assist them to become fully integrated. She says. The 1.3 million immigrants living in the county should feel just as welcome as everyone else. She created the office after President Biden announced he's extending TPS to 320,000 Venezuelans living in the U. Wes Wendi Grossman. Miami

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Nikki Fried says she won’t lower flags to honor Rush Limbaugh despite DeSantis’ order

Sean Hannity

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Nikki Fried says she won’t lower flags to honor Rush Limbaugh despite DeSantis’ order

"Raising political red flags state's highest ranking Democrat, Agriculture commissioner, Nikki Freed, says she's directed flags not be lowered to half staff and building she controls to honor the late W Y O. D. Radio host Rush Limbaugh has directed by governor to Santa's free telling Sheena and the flag is not a political problem he's doing is he's spending over backwards to honor a radio host who spent his entire career talking hate speech, bigotry and division and conspiracy theories. Many speculate. Freed's now ready to announce she's running for governor. Two Santas has no comment. Wendi Grossman News radio's

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Gas prices per gallon increase to $2.63 in Broward and $2.62 in Miami-Dade

Sean Hannity

00:30 sec | 10 months ago

Gas prices per gallon increase to $2.63 in Broward and $2.62 in Miami-Dade

"Soon pay three bucks for regular Yes is going for 2 61. On average in Florida. It's 2, 63 and Broward into 62 in Miami date. The Triple A's Mark Jenkins says. You can blame the increase on refinery outages after the Texas freeze 15 cents from a week ago, 20 cents more than this time last year. So far this year, we've seen gas prices increased about 41 son, he says. Prices won't go down any time soon. More people are driving now that there's a covert 19 vaccine and refineries are beginning to switch from The winter to summer Blend, which is more expensive. Wendi Grossman,

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Broward mayor says curfew will be considered as spring break nears

Todd Schnitt

00:44 sec | 10 months ago

Broward mayor says curfew will be considered as spring break nears

"Of spring break, Broward Mayor Steve Gellar's preparing paperwork to enact a temporary limited curfews to the county's ready to react should bars and restaurants and nor mask and social distancing mandates. If we find widespread this obedience during spring break, we will simply enacted immediately. He says they saw a 25% increase in cases after Thanksgiving and Christmas, and they don't want to see this type of spring break. Spike Florida's expected to get 325,000 vaccine doses next week, Broward will have 26,000 miles to Dole out instead of the usual 17,000 At this rate, Geller expects all seniors who want the vaccine to have the first shot by the end of March. Wendi Grossman, Miami Florida reported more than 8500 you covert 19 cases Thursday Since

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Ex-pitcher Erickson charged in hit-and-run case

Leo Laporte

00:11 sec | 10 months ago

Ex-pitcher Erickson charged in hit-and-run case

"And former Major League baseball pitcher Scott Erickson has been charged with a hit and run crash in Westlake Village. They killed two boys. Grossman was charged December 30th with two felony counts each of murder and vehicular

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"grossman" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

04:38 min | 11 months ago

"grossman" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

"I don't know. I mean. I'm but listen if you don't put it out there isn't happening so i'll tell you if you're fans listening to this episode. They would be so excited to hear that a possible trifecta and like you said i mean we can always spit ball and and pontificate and and and that sort of thing as far as what the future holds for us but again like you said if you don't put it out there you know then. Where's the potential of achieving it. It has this look somewhere right right. Yeah yeah no. I agree naomi. This has been a wonderful conversation for me. I hope it has been for you as well. Oh absolutely are you kidding. I first of all your human a real person that i'm connecting with Like i said. I'm i'm a fan humans and i miss y'all of terribly lately so i appreciate it and gee whiz a chance to to to talk about myself. I love it way. That guy got nowhere with me. That was the end of that. Okay i was wondering about that in Okay l. breaker. That's kinda of like open mouth. Insert foot i mean with the comments. Yeah yeah for sure for sure. All wow naomi thank you so much for being on the show. Much much appreciated At this point. I'd love to go into a short segment. We call three for the road. And that's where i ask my guess. Three random yet thought provoking questions inspiring them encouraging them to answer in five words or less. So what do you what do you say you think you're up for it so fifteen words. Total fifteen okay. I'm not a math person. So i've got a okay. If you get one or two over. I'll let it slide. How okay all right. Naomi grossman and three for the road. Starting with question number one. If there were three non electric items you can take with you for one month on an island. be yoga.

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Day 1 of COVID-19 vaccine rollout in Broward County

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:45 sec | 11 months ago

Day 1 of COVID-19 vaccine rollout in Broward County

"Of the Corona virus vaccine in the spotlight as Broward commissioners hold their first meeting of the year. With a half dozen department of Health vaccination sites currently open to more opening this week, along with vaccination centers at local hospitals and four senior condo buildings there, Steve Geller says every senior 65 older who wants a shot should be able to get one within the next 68 weeks, he says. The most important thing you can do is make a reservation people not to show up without an appointment. You will not get a vaccine, but you will mess up the process for everybody else Online, he says. There are a lot of people who show up thinking they can just wait for the vaccine, but it does not work that way. Wendi Grossman News radio's 6 10 w Y. O D

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Broward Superintendent Confirms All Staff Must Return For In-Person Work On Jan. 11

Rush Limbaugh

00:42 sec | 11 months ago

Broward Superintendent Confirms All Staff Must Return For In-Person Work On Jan. 11

"Up and outs on the teacher's union lawsuit against the school board for ordering all teachers to return to the classroom Monday. The 1700 teachers, grin and health accommodations to teach remotely want an emergency injunction allowing them to continue doing So Superintendent Robert Runcie says they've already granted 600 remote work assignments. For those with the most significant issues. It is misinformation to suggest that we aren't granting remote work assignments. I can tell you just even at the number that we're at now, which is almost 600. That's more than many districts. He says. 59,000 students are not making adequate progress and they need the teachers on him. Now. The suit names the district school board and runs himself is violating the agreement allowing remote teaching until June. Wendy Grossman

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The Latest: Health workers cheer as EU starts vaccinations

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Health workers cheer as EU starts vaccinations

"Many doctors are bracing for yet another post holiday covered nineteen surge as millions traveled for Christmas Dr Arthur Caplan is with New York university's Grossman school of medicine I think we got a dark period to go through with more details more infections and more hospitalizations and with these variants of covered nineteen showing up it's more important than ever to wear a mask very likely that the new strain will spread all around the world I think we can slow it down and it's important to do that so we can study it and understand it I think many people are panicked that it's got a much higher transmission rate and that is something to be concerned about Kaplan adds he's been told that the vaccines will cover most mutations I surely after

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Republicans representing Wisconsin in Washington, DC unanimously vote against coronavirus stimulus package

Vicki McKenna

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Republicans representing Wisconsin in Washington, DC unanimously vote against coronavirus stimulus package

"Extra $300 a week in unemployment benefits. It revised the paycheck protection program with the cat. Confusion and it extends the eviction moratorium and also provides funding for vaccine distribution. Now it does not provide liability shield for business is it does not provide money for state and local governments, and it does not provide direct aid to the restaurant industry, which has been so hard hit already. All six Republicans representing Wisconsin in D. C. Voted no on the massive coronavirus relief and government funding legislation passed last night in the U. S. Senate. Republican Ron Johnson was one of only six No votes in the House. Wisconsin Republicans Tom Tiffany, Brian style. Mike Gallagher, Glenn Grossman and Jim Sensenbrenner were among the 53. Republicans voting No

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Miami-Dade Commissioners Will Appoint New Commissioner To Replace Levine Cava

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Miami-Dade Commissioners Will Appoint New Commissioner To Replace Levine Cava

"Miami Dade commissioners continue playing musical chairs is they're set to approve a new commissioner to the District eight seat being vacated by Mayor Daniella Levin. Cava. After divided board vote 75 against hosting a $1 Million special election commissioners are expected to appoint a new commissioner today. But Commissioner Joe Martinez says he'll continue the fight for an election because you can't put a price on democracy. And this gives the incoming commissioner an unfair advantage for the next election because they're gonna be in office for two years without having to be in front of the voters without having to put your name up there. The top contender is fellow Democrat Danielle Cohen Higgins, a lawyer whose campaign manager also ran Cavazos mayoral race. Other candidates include commission Chairwoman Rebeca Sosa and Palmetto Bay Vice Mayor John Du Bois, Wendi Grossman, NewsRadio 16, the B U, Y. O D.

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Joe Biden holds drive-in rally in Broward County, NW of Miami

Brian Mudd

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Joe Biden holds drive-in rally in Broward County, NW of Miami

"In the race to the White House. So it's no surprise that both presidential candidates are stumping grounds here. Joe Biden, his campaigning in Broward, before heading to Tampa, where President Trump is also rallying. Today, more than six million Floridians have already early voted the Democrats of the Mail in ballot edge while Republicans are leading the in person turnout. Nova Southeastern University is Dr Charles Zelden says. Lettuce full show. Biden has a razor thin edge over Trump. So Biden's Florida fate hinges on if he can get more voters to turnout Tuesday. If he doesn't then it crumpled, probably squeak a wonder. One of the half person will win. Florida is the largest battleground state that's still up for grabs, awarding 29 of the 270 votes needed to win the race. One day Grossman,

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Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show runs through Sunday North of Miami

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show runs through Sunday North of Miami

"The sales on the 61st annual Fort Lauderdale International boat show starting today through Sunday. Show features everything from sunglasses to super yachts and lots of covert 19 safety protocols. This year, there will be capacity limits and online options for those who don't feel comfortable viewing the 1300 plus boats directly from the dock for Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis says they did not want to cancel the show in the band Emmick since that such a huge economic engine economic impact from last year. Was $1.3 billion, so it's a significant amount of of commerce that takes place. This is also responsible for creating 8000 jobs per year. Wendi Grossman, NewsRadio 6 10 W Y. O D,

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"grossman" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"grossman" Discussed on 790 KABC

"The co founder of the Grossman Burn Foundation, arrested on suspicion of D Y and vehicular manslaughter is out of jail l, a county sheriff's officials say. Rebecca Grossman was released early this morning on a $2 million bond following Tuesday night's crash that left both Mark Iskander age 11 and his younger brother Jacob, Age eight. Dead. Sheriff's officials say six family members, including both parents were crossing the three way intersection in a marked crosswalk. They think speed and alcohol were factors in the crash, and they're also investigating the possibility that Grossman, wife of Dr Peter Grossman, the director of the Grossman Burn Centre in West Hills, left the scene. Rebecca Grossman is due back in court. October. 21st Sharon reared in K ABC News 43 year old Irvine Man has just been convicted of killing his estranged wife's boyfriend at his dental practice five years ago. Hongli son is scheduled to be sentenced October 30th Alabama Governor Kay Ivey is apologizing to a survivor of the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in 1963 for the state's role in the racist attack. It comes after Survivor Sara Collins, Rudolph push for an apology and restitution from Alabama for former governor George Wallace his role and inciting white supremacist violence leading up to the incident. Rudolph sister and three other little girls were killed in the attack at the church that served as the home base for Dr Martin Luther King Jr civil rights efforts. A federal judge is denying former Trump National Security advisor John Bolton's request to get the government's lawsuit over his book dismissed The decision will allow the Justice Department to proceed in seizing Bolton's profits from the book on Wall Street..

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"grossman" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

RAGE Works Network-All Shows

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"grossman" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

"This house more people find us and here the show and I'd also like to make a quick shout out to our friends at triple fiction productions. WHO MAKES THEM GREAT? Three D. Printed Star Trek inspired products for toys and people, but you're going to hear more about them a little bit later. Now without further ado, let's up this week's guest. Computer accessory file. Affirmative. Initiating program all right, we're back welcome back to trek on told and joining me now on the other side and line. We have Julianne Grossman who you guys know as the Voice of the computer on Star Trek Scurry Julianne. How I'm great I'm great. Thanks so much matthew for having me on. Thank you for being a guest now I'd like to ask you the same question. I asked all the guests on her show so far and that would be. What is your earliest memory of Star Trek that would have to be as a very young girl My Dad was a fan of the show and he would watch captain, Kirk and do. Do Imitations of Captain Kirk and I remember hearing the music of the show I think it was on a little bit too late for me so I didn't watch too much of at the time, but I think my earliest memory is of my dad watching it so when you were a little kid watching star, Trek with your dad did little. Julianne thinks she was going to become a voiceover performer at that time. no I had no idea that this is where I would end up no idea but I'm very glad I did, but yeah no idea. So how did you go towards career path into doing voiceover work? well I got a degree in theater and was a performer but I. While I was going to college I ended up working at a gym as a manager at a gym. And I used to do the gyms on hold messages. You know, thank you for calling racquetball. World were going to be doing this health clinic, and that you know the other thing, and and a gentleman came in. And said you know an ask to. The the voice on hold was and I thought it was me and he had a company. That did on hold recordings and voicemail systems and automated attendant, which are really big. Back then and so. I actually became. A. Well one of the primary voices used on. CONCATENATION IT systems and concatenation is the process of saying you. have. One! Dollar in your account, and then you string it all together. And That's how phone banking systems. Were produced and. A lot of a lot of other automated systems using concatenation so. Think I'm still the voice on some of those outdated. Systems which which sort of lent itself to my voice that I use for discovery because I had so much experience doing those. You know automated systems back in the day Anyway one thing led to another with of this gentleman producer who sort of found me at the gym and I left the gym and We started working together and I. Started doing a lot, more corporate voiceover and then. and then it just so happened that my best friend Matthew has your same wonderful name. worked at a post production house, and he knew all a voiceover agents in town and one. One of their Christmas parties. He invited me and I got to meet. All these voiceover agents And so I met them I. I Didn't want you know wanted to capitalize on meeting. All of them so I created a demo and I and I sent it to all of them, and one of them signed me up. And that's how it all started I gotta say Julianne We just did that bank voice I I got really anxious because it pretty much sounds like the voice that my bank still uses so. You have one dollar in your account. Please no, no! Anything, but that no, so and also live about what your first professional Gig was on a TV show or film on TV, show or a film Oh boy, I have no idea. I mean the the the I I can remember. It's it's I mean I've been doing this. a long. So I don't just now. Yeah. Maybe it's just now. It's not just now but it. I used to do a lot of found alikes. And I did you know okay I'm going way back here so back in the day. When you had a film and you showed it on regular television. Are you showed it on an inflight entertainment system? You had to take out all the bad words. And replace them with Gosh Darn and Gee whiz in this kind of thing and so. The celebrities typically didn't do that, and so they would hire. It sounded like so. For the movie Bridget Jones, Diary Renee Zellweger plays. a British woman. And you know Oh bugger, this and that and this and you know and I. I for it and booked it so I. Played Renee Zellweger in the TV. Airline version of Bridget Jones diary. That was one of the early ones. that. Was the most fun I mean I can come up with other TV examples, but that was probably. An early Gig that was really fun. That sounds like it sounds like it is kind of a fun job. You'll be able to play Sony different roles in that regard and just kind of imagining what these actors actors would say when they can't curse right right, right? What do you say when you can't curse? You know I'm you call me? Josh Darn it? Exactly so let's jump ahead now and talk a little bit of about star. Trek discovery so you. He just first off. Tell us how you found out about this role, and what the addition process was like to be the voice of the computer. Wow, this is this is a very I'm going GonNa, give you an unglamorous answer I don't want to disappoint anybody but I audition almost every day my agents will send me copy. And I auditioned from home so star trek discovery was no different. I I. received a piece of copy. I did not know what it was four. I just knew that it needed to be a computer voice I auditioned from home. And And when booked it? That's that is the time that I learned that it was I. Start it I was a computer voice. Star Trek discovery I had no idea.

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"grossman" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

Hellbound with Halos

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"grossman" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

"In our honor to meet him and have him join us for this episode. Ladies and gentlemen give a warm welcome to our friend Lieutenant. Colonel, David Grossman. What we're. First off again, Thank you for joining us Sir Honor a privilege to talk to you. You've written many successful books. You have successful speaking engagements You're very successful man. You have many distinctions. Many otters by our country You're an army ranger like I. commented before on your back with knives and stuff like that. It just looks bad ass in a pardon, my pun but. Look at There's so much to you in so much to get into and so much we can talk to you about you know. I you know, let's start talking about like the suicide rate in how that is a coinciding with today's Society, and what you what? You know you said some nice things about me. I appreciate that. I! Don't people everything I.

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"grossman" Discussed on  Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"grossman" Discussed on Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

"This episode. He's kind of like the Joe Rogan of a hostile industry. Right now are right. Welcome back to Slick Talk Hospital podcasts. Everybody I'm your host will slickers and today I have David Grossman from renew systems out in Chicago. S Right. We're just outside of the wonderful city. Excellent wall go ahead and introduce yourself Who are your background and what you are what you what you do currently avenue. Well we'll thank you nice to be here to all the listeners of my name is David Grossman. I company called renew systems that is been in existence since nineteen ninety one. We started out as a general cleaning company Outside of Chicago and one day came across a hotel and ever since then in our primary focus so we handle deep cleaning services so typically not the the third shift janitorial or housekeeping but rather than the periodic More intensive project-based cleaning to dress almost any need inside and even outside the hotel ranging from the carpets in the hallways drake's the furniture and the gas rose grout and swimming pool decks. Were good at restoring and polishing marble and other stone and then so many specialty needs now a tells odors and stains cooking issues a smoking issues and then we Over the years broadened our service go a number of specialty needs whether they're stains in the carpets or chandelier cleaning mattress cleaning A new services replacement of mattresses recycling mattresses so a very wide variety of services that we take care of me. Now have a thirty locations across the company Across the country and in five other countries we operate primarily as a franchise model where we have one company locations leverage a one in Chicago. So we use that to test new services and to have a real good pulse of the business and in the other offices are owned and operated by a buyer franchisees. You come to us with a wide variety of backgrounds but We think they have the right skill set and importantly personality that fits well with our culture in providing a lot of training and ongoing support. So that's what we do our preferred vendor with many of the big brands. So we take care of limited select service in in a number of the The full service properties In the Throughout our thirty offices the big brands as well as a lot of independent boutique properties too. That's awesome. I love the the fit of the cleaning services that go into stuff that obviously housekeeping and maintenance can't hit all the time has really hard especially when you try to do like stuff like that yearly or bi yearly so. I think that's pretty awesome. Because I just sends off that that relief of extra duty for the staff and so Have you been with the company since Nineteen ninety-one or what's your kind of a start with renew no I I joined in in twenty ten. There was one time a change in ownership so I came in then That the the with passes Boehner left by the founder on remained in the rest of the team and south minute that quite a bit prior to a two thousand ten I was. I spent time in management consulting and then in private equity in for many of those years. I was looking for a company that I could get involved with. A very intensive AH level ownership in operating and Was Very Selective. Took the better part of ten years in eventually found renew and then just put my head down along with our management team and we just got to work doing a lot of little things to support our franchisees and try to keep relative business. And now we've had some good success since then some of it for reasons beyond our control but I think the the teich focus has been a critical of factor in our success.

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"grossman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"grossman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Dog David Grossman known as many known to many as this acoustic side kick of one Jerry Garcia good separate good together she's seen this time and was in the fall if I can she can go shady Grove share shady Grove yes Garcia and Grisman Sonny and Cher Haninge baka can rest assured that my little boy Calvin has not one but two stuffed Tigers named hops which brings us to this week's brand spanking new song about a largely unknown side kick to a famous nineteenth century inventor it's going to be a hit live from here veterans may have noticed that I keep writing songs about a guy named Samuel Morse who hardly strictly invented the electromagnetic telegraph in the early mid eighteen hundreds hardly strictly I say because no one person is ever responsible for any great achievement takes a village and in the telegraph case Samuel Morse relied heavily on the engineering prowess of a man named Alfred Vail Vail was sort of the wise the act to Morris's jobs plan does speaking of jobs this song's sidekick **** hero Alfred Vail began his eighteen forty five book about the development of the telegraph with chapter thirty eight verse thirty five from the book of jobs I mean job which goes a little something like this so so so that they make thanks.

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"grossman" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"grossman" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Grossman WCN overnight advantage seven days was stabbed to death in an apartment on the west side it happened just before at nine o'clock in the evening in the twenty one hundred block of west Randolph no police say it appears to have grown out of a family argument the victim was stabbed several times in the chest and arms in one in the bedroom police arrested a man in his thirties who was caught not far from the apartment no names have been released trying to please while the public's help in identifying a hit and run driver take a look here this picture police say this is the man responsible for striking and injuring a pedestrian in the eighties the evening of December twenty ninth in the thirty five hundred block of Lawrence Avenue police say a black Ford or Honda civic was seen traveling eastbound on Lawrence near Drake recognize the man or the car call police police say this car was involved in a separate hit run near fifty fourth in Kedzie the afternoon of December twenty eighth driver side door was opened into traffic when a passing bicyclist a cyclist hit it and then fell to the pavement he was treated for his injuries the driver did not stop to help the black Chevy Malibu maybe missing it's left front hub cap a series of burglaries on the near north side has business owners on alert seven restaurants have been hit since December first the first burglary happened on east Ontario between lake shore drive and rush St the thief also struck a north Dearborn taking items from restaurants just blocks apart police say the suspect broke into the buildings by prying the front door open most of the crimes happened in the early morning authorities have used DNA.

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"grossman" Discussed on Medicine, We're Still Practicing

Medicine, We're Still Practicing

11:43 min | 2 years ago

"grossman" Discussed on Medicine, We're Still Practicing

"He's my very best friend. I'm honored to turn it over to our host Dr Dr Steven Taback. Thank you. Bill honored to be here and welcome. Everybody thank you for tuning in. This is medicine. We're still practicing to sing. And I'm your host Dr Steven K back. Medicine really is an art if you look at artists. Painters sculptors what they do. Is they developed. Subtlety realty over years of pursuing perfection of their art and the same is true for the medical doctor. The more you practice the more you pursue perfection action the greater your outcomes so consequently this medicine and we are still practicing and we will continue to do so nowhere in the art of medicine. Better exemplifies FIS the art itself in the field of plastic surgery with us. Today is a world renowned reconstructive and plastic surgeon. Dr Peter Grossman. Dr Grossman is the medical director of the Grossman. Burn centers which exist all across the United States and he travels the world sharing his life saving techniques on the treatment of critically injured burn victims. What many people don't know is that? He applies his reconstructive talents to those less physically challenged by beautifying the human form and elevating the self esteem of thousands of patients Sousse seek his artistic skills in pursuit of cosmetic surgery. Dr Grossman Welcome. And thank you for joining us. Thank you see Sa- pleasure to be here with you today. So tell me what is your passion in your fields. Both burn and plastic surgery. I'm very lucky in that I enjoy what I do I will tell you that. My Passion as a burn surgeon is to be able to deliver something to patients that not every other physician can do and it's a challenging field because you're dealing with patients and family remembers who are going through such emotional turmoil and physical pain and to be in the middle of that add to be able to navigate them through this very terrible period and then lives and do it in a way that can be not just successful for them through the immediate hospitalization hospitalizations but through their follow up and have a role in their lives for a period of time. Gives me a sense of significance that I can positively acitivity affect people and I'm proud to be a part of the team of people who do that. You Know Peter I want to tell you a quick story. What you to picture a family in an airport food court and pushing along a tray of about half a dozen large boiling hot coffees? When they're beautiful? Little two year old girl reaches up to the trade because she wants to play and pulls down these hot coffee all over her that girl and her mom live in the Grossman Burn Center for about two weeks. Have Skin grafts Have a variety of procedures. And I wanted you to know that that girl is is Chelsea. Who's our photographer today? Who is my daughter and I absolutely love you and your dad for allowing her to look stunning today as she looks? Thank you well. That's because it makes me feel very emotional to to hear that I would totally surprised to hear hear that it's interesting when I met Chelsea today. You look familiar. But not from where. She was two years old but she's obviously very beautiful. Talented woman and to have had any small part in making her continued to be part of your wonderful family. That it's It it really is healthcare and medicine is about so thank you with your family. His family has done important stuff for all of us for for some time and we appreciate it very. Few people can't imagine the trauma that someone has to go through when they are severely burned. They're very few things that are as painful to go through physically as painful to go through emotionally because what you think about when you're going through this processes how am I going to get through this. How how am I going to look? How am I going to be? How could it be perceived by my family my friends my co workers? It's not only a physical physical trauma but an emotional trauma as well The bottom line is we all want to feel accepted in society and we all want to feel normal and and whether we like it or not there is a sense of social ostracism from someone who looks different because of the disfigurement so for our team and for me in particular. It's how can we utilize our tools that we learn in our education and medicine to try to get people to reach their are optimal outcomes and to do that at the team approach try to use our our medical doctors intensive EST and our surgeons and as a surgeon urgent and particularly as a plastic surgeon. My goal is to try to make sure the patients can stay with me long enough so that I can get them to feel feel good about themselves. And that's where the bridges from burn reconstruction too aesthetic surgery ultimately aesthetic surgery is. It's about making people look as good as possible because they wanna feel good about themselves. You can say this is a sense of vanity party but in reality all of us want to feel good and we wanna look good and make ourselves feel happy and and I find very little differentiation between my burn patients who want to achieve that and my cosmetic patients who want to achieve. Let's talk about the dichotomy of what you we do. Because most cosmetic surgeons out there to say this but it's known as a big money field and obviously beautifying the human form and Ri- erasing self esteem. which is very important part? I think of what she do the psychological aspects especially in our materialistic maybe some is superficial official world Certainly one can see benefit and the attributes of what you do but very few plastic reconstructive surgeons regions devote so much of their time to burn work. If you had to choose as their one side you like better than the other or is it just that this well rounds you in. You wouldn't give up either one for anything you know. This is a very good question. There is something really cool about getting your hands on somebody and having a positive effect on it. And that's why I went into surgery to begin with and I like doing that from an aesthetic standpoint and I like doing that from a reconstructive sampling but in the field of cosmetic medicine and cosmetic surgery the field is saturated. There are plastic surgeons. There are fo- plastic surgeons. There are dermatologists. There are facial Dentists so there are gynecologists who are doing 'cause medic surgery. It's very hard to stand out. If I had to be honest honest with you from an ego standpoint I feel I stand out from burn reconstructive standpoint because it's an area that not many people wanna go into it's an area that's relatively limited and I feel that I have more significance in this world because I can do burn surgery so if I look at the whole picture I probably like burns better because of that. Not because I don't enjoy doing in cosmetic surgery I just feel a little bit more significant with Burns as an intensive I certainly understand I mean went into the field because the concept of being in the position where you could potentially have such a major impact and save lives makes you feel like you were pursuing the the alternate goal that doctors were were set out to do and that is to intervene and try to save a life. Yeah I totally agree. I mean I'm so in awe of people a you in critical care air. Who can really take somebody really from from leaving this world and bring them back and how powerful effect act that has on family members that is really what all the start al going into healthcare for And sometimes the economics comics sidetrack us. And I'm not saying that's bad or good but the bottom line is when we go into healthcare. We won't go into medicine. We WanNA help people people and when you can really help somebody and help their families and and save lives. It's it's a pretty awesome experience. Also very humbling experience. Right right very humbling. I think you find out what you don't know and I think that that's a very good point and said for every person that we bring back or we we have a significant. HAASE's tive outcome for. I think all of us in our head play that scene over and over again when we didn't do as good a job as we had hoped to do perhaps there was no way in which we could have. But if you're a really good character doctor in medicine you're always thinking of how you could have done better and that place A role in your head over and over again. And I think to certain extent motivates US continue to be better and better physicians. Yeah definitely agree with you. So Steve at just for a second. What's the difference between what you do in the in the triage and critical of care moment And in your ICU. That is different than a robot will do it sometime in the near future. But it's an interesting question because I mean mean if artificial intelligence could get good enough. It's possible they could supplant human beings but I was thinking about this actually On my drive over here today and that is there is a certain subtlety that goes along with the two things. There's a certain subtlety that goes into amalgamating all the information that you're getting based based on the science based on what you've learned and what you've read and formulating that into a likelihood that your diagnosis is correct and taking it in in the context of the patient's Akron the patient's medical history the patient's wishes or is it more likely that a IBM Watson we'll get those calculations. More correct than doctor is interesting question. Because I was thinking exactly and so let's say somebody comes in and they're critically ill and they have a lung abscess. They've been smoking most of their lives. They're at the age where they're at high risk of cancer. Statistically speaking this lesion in their lung that we're seeing on cat scan is most likely a cancer but if you take it in the context of the fact that the patient is having a fever the fact that they're hypertensive consistent with something we but we deal with on a regular basis called septic shock and knowing that maybe the patient has a poor dental hygiene which lends itself to lung abscesses abscesses. I think the human element can look at this and pull it together and realize that People with bad teeth people might have an alcohol problem. They they may be aspirated and this lends itself to an abscess whereas the computer might kick this out. That this is a tumor that you need to remove when in reality what you need our antibiotics and some time time. You don't need to be aggressive so there are times when the machines may not understand what we understand.

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"Our main line. catch you nights at ten PM eastern seven Pacific. good. next question a lot of people are debating now is is he alive a hall of fame quarterback to me the fact that you start two hundred and thirty two games is incredible in terms of your ability to show up in their and and then toss in the two super bowls that he didn't just beat nobody in those two super bowls either he believes that maybe the greatest team of all time in the NFL which is kind of a big deal the eighteen you know New England Patriots up Tom Brady and any be another dynastic Tom Brady team it's not like the fact that like for instance you could say about Peyton manning the first Super Bowl the Peyton manning one who did it. rex Grossman at the Chicago Bears that's not a very high level team to have advanced to the Super Bowl and you can't take anything away from someone when they win a Superbowl but I think you can take the next level staff and say okay who did they beat when he actually got there on the biggest stage of his sport against may be the greatest team to ever play in his era he lied manning's New York Giants Tom Brady's New England Patriots otherwise the patriots were gone nineteen and nobody else could touch them that year and the giants found a way to get it done same thing happened a few years later when he'll I did it again in the Superbowl they've got Tom Brady and the in the New England Patriots of natural we would say about three weeks okay already what three he's got six super bowls the six three of as if he was a new one but for your life manning Tom Brady would be eight one eight super bowls to get the rest of what clay Travis. by searching out the company and is always you can hear I'll kick the coverage with clay Travis weekdays at six AM eastern three AM Pacific.

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