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Sri Lankans missing; Thompson-Herah wins Commonwealth gold

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 5 d ago

Sri Lankans missing; Thompson-Herah wins Commonwealth gold

"The nation which is experiencing a major economic crisis has confirmed a wrestler a judoka and a judo coach have disappeared from one of the game's villages housing athletes and officials and our police are investigating their absence at the 2018 games on Australia's Gulf Coast almost one third of the Cameroon team went missing after the event and Rwanda's weightlifting coach also fled during a toilet break at the host's stadium Charles De Ledesma London

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"gulf  " Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:10 min | Last week

"gulf " Discussed on Fresh Air

"His new book is about a conflict on the Texas Gulf Coast in the early 1980s between white fishermen and Vietnam War refugees who resettled in the area and were also buying boats and trawling for shrimp. Locals blamed the Vietnamese for declining catches even though industrial pollution and oil spills in the bays were degrading the aquatic environment. The Ku Klux Klan got involved in efforts to drive out the newcomers. There were arsons, violent clashes at a federal lawsuit filed to prohibit the Klan at its allies from intimidating the Vietnamese. Kirk Wallace Johnson's book is the fisherman and the dragon. So we've been talking about this conflict in this little town of seadrift, which led to this killing and this verdict and the Ku Klux Klan presence. A similar conflict erupted, I guess what in the town of seabrook, which is maybe 80 files north on a different day. There were tensions. There was a cross burning. There was a Klan rally and a leader of the Vietnamese community emerged there. He was a former colonel in the South Vietnamese army. Tell us just a little bit about him and his role as this conflict flared there. Yeah, colonel Nam van, he's an amazing guy, but he had 22 years of combat before he left as Saigon was falling he was essentially pulled on to a boat by his family members and they left. And a few years after arriving to the states, he bought himself a fishing boat and a fish house in this little town of seabrook, which is different than sea drift, but it's un Galveston bay. And he was really hoping for a simpler life he didn't know anything really about this conflict between the Klan and the other Vietnamese shrimpers. He just wanted some peace and quiet. But because of his stature within this community, as soon as he moved there, other Vietnamese started approaching him with problems. Telling him about how they were being harassed out on the water Vietnamese were having guns pointed at them, they were getting death threats. They were getting harassed out in the base and so colonel Nam formed something called the Vietnamese fisherman's association, which was meant to sort of advocate for their interests just as another group had formed called the American fisherman's coalition, which was a group of white fishermen. And so he became the de facto leader of the Vietnamese. And as you said, I mean, this was a pressure cooker of a situation because there were a couple bad seasons of shrimping the whites were furious at the mere presence of the Vietnamese and their in their bay. And Louis beam the grand dragon of the Klan had learned through the sea drift experience that if he gets involved in this issue, he gets national press, which leads to new members which leads to more dos into his organization. And so Lewis beam actively involved himself and the Ku Klux Klan in this conflict, there was a massive clan rally in un Valentine's Day in 1981, a thousand people chanting white power as they torched an effigy of a Vietnamese boat.

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Climate change and vanishing islands threaten brown pelicans

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last week

Climate change and vanishing islands threaten brown pelicans

"Brown pelicans are threatened as islands they nest in disappear The awkward yet elegant brown pelicans nesting on queen Bess island or an icon of the Gulf Coast They disappeared from Louisiana except for on the state flag but rebounded after conservation efforts in the 1970s Scientists now say climate change is drowning the few islands they rely on for nesting The rate of change that's happening right now and is faster than anything these birds have ever experienced throughout their evolutionary history Jimmy Nelson is a biologist with the university of Louisiana at Lafayette We're seeing signs like we saw back then but we're not responding to them like we should She had an activist Theresa dardar supports efforts to restore the islands that protect both the pelicans and local tribal communities She says she remembers when places now underwater were dry enough for cattle to graze They don't have a place to lay within what's going to happen I'm Jennifer King

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'How to Erode the World's Greatest Military' With Victor Davis Hanson

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | Last week

'How to Erode the World's Greatest Military' With Victor Davis Hanson

"The articles you've written is how to erode the world's greatest military, the subtitle is alienating half the country is not a wise strategy of military recruitment. I'll say, so yeah, tell us what you've been seeing. And frankly, it is hard for me to process that the deep state, whatever we want to call it, that the nuts have over the course of decades taking such control that they're capable of this kind of madness at the capable of enacting it is what I mean. Because there have always been crazy people, but it didn't seem to me possible. It's kind of like abolishing the police. There are certain things that you just look around and you say, well, this is no one will take this seriously. And yet we're living in a time when some are. I was trying to be empirical. So the Reagan foundation runs a poll on attitudes toward the military. And only 45% of the American public has confidence, great confidence in the U.S. Military. That's a radical drop from the last time they did it in 2000 18. And then this year, Eric only 40%, 40% of the recruitment targets have been met. So they're down 60%. And most importantly, somewhere between 40 to 50% of all recruits have parents and grandparents that were in the Vietnam War or the gulf wars or military service in general. But now that figure is his crash down to about 12%. So what I'm trying to get at is we have had a massive reluctance of the traditional families to go into the military and who are those people. Well, we don't like to talk about it, but since the left started talking about proportional representation at all areas of military service, white males have died between 74 and 77%. Of all combat deaths in Afghanistan and Iraq. And

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Celebrities Are Hypocritical Eco-Warriors

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:09 min | 2 weeks ago

Celebrities Are Hypocritical Eco-Warriors

"I relate a story that the rapper Drake went on a date with some 21 year old influencer model. Actually, she's 20. Their first date, you know what it was? He took it to saint Moritz to go yacht shopping. Gotta have a yacht go along with your private jet. I mean, renting a Gulf Stream 700? That's for losers. You gotta get yourself that bombardier global 7500, man. Now that's trip. But drinks another one of those hypocrites who talk out of both sides of their mounds and I hate to tell you too many young kids believe it. Some adults believe it. Listen to kids and some adults talk about climate change, but yet they still have a warm place in their heart to lean onto the caprio and drink and Jay-Z and coffee and whoever the hell else has a massive yacht or private jet that leaves a carbon footprint bigger than the Grand Canyon. And it's so insane,

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Rep. Loudermilk: We Didn't Talk About OPEC Until Biden Came In

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:38 min | 3 weeks ago

Rep. Loudermilk: We Didn't Talk About OPEC Until Biden Came In

"And one of the things I appreciate you pointing out here is not just ending the Keystone pipeline pulling the plug on that, but you've got these Democrats that are going after offshore drilling in the Gulf of Mexico. I mean, this is a very dangerous game to Democrats are playing. They are and they've actually included some provisions in the appropriations bills that will be brought up. This week. And so there's an old adage that when you're in a hole, quit digging, but they just keep digging. It's like, oh, we're going to fix this by reducing more American oil production. Toxins have been in Congress, we became energy independent, and it was actually during the Obama administration. Republicans in Congress ended a 40 year ban on exportation of U.S. oil. I was surprised to find out that we were the largest producer of oil in the world. We had the capacity to do that. Even greater than OPEC, so we passed a bill that forced Obama to sign it that ended the ban on exporting U.S. oil. Literally within weeks, we became the world's largest exporter of oil, which meant that OPEC no longer controlled the international price of oil. Everyone quit hearing about OPEC until Biden came into office and what does he do? He shuts down our domestic production. And now he's going over to OPEC countries to ask them to help us with their fuel prices. It makes no sense what these folks are doing. And then they just double down to try to make it worse.

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9/11 families criticize Trump for hosting Saudi-backed golf tournament

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

9/11 families criticize Trump for hosting Saudi-backed golf tournament

"Some 9 11 families blast former president Trump for hosting a Saudi backed golf tournament at one of his clubs in New Jersey The victim's families say Saudi Arabia played a role in the attacks Something it denies and have an ongoing lawsuit in a 2016 Fox News interview Trump also blamed the Saudis the Liv gulf tour is backed by the Saudis and scheduled to begin July 29th at Trump national golf club in bedminster In a statement Liv says these families have our deepest sympathy while some may not agree we believe golf is a force for good around the world Critics also accuse Liv of ignoring Saudi Arabia's record of human rights abuses

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Biden says US 'will not walk away' from Middle East

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden says US 'will not walk away' from Middle East

"President Biden says the U.S. will remain engaged in the Mideast At the end of his trip to the Middle East President Biden spoke at a summit of gulf leaders as well as rulers from Iraq Egypt and Jordan Let me stay clearly That the United States is going to remain an active engaged partner in the Middle East And he said he's clear eyed about challenges in the region We will not walk away And leave a vacuum to be filled by China Russia or Iran will seek to build on this moment with active principle American leadership During the summit the president outlined the principles of his strategy for the Middle East focusing on regional cooperation to stand up to threats I'm Shelley Adler

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The Conflict Between Husband and Wife Over Vaccinating Children

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:17 min | 3 weeks ago

The Conflict Between Husband and Wife Over Vaccinating Children

"Not easy for a conservative and a left wing spouse to get along. But some manage God bless them. I hope they do manage. I root for couples. But this one I have to believe is a real test. Of a marital bond. I want my 5 year old vaccinated. I don't want my 5 year old vaccinated. I don't claim neutrality in this matter. I do claim that I want the marriage to work out. But when you have one spouse thinking that the other spouse is completely irrational, does not understand that the threat to a 5 year old is much greater from the vaccine than from COVID. And you have another one who believes that the spouse is completely irrational and endangering our child's life by not vaccinating him or her. That is what we call a gulf.

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How Sustainable Is the Modern Media Company? Ari Fleischer Weighs In

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:26 min | 3 weeks ago

How Sustainable Is the Modern Media Company? Ari Fleischer Weighs In

"I want to explore with you, Ari, which is their in decline, a New York Times stock is down 40% year over year, CNN plus lasted, I think, three scaramucci's. The entire media industrial complex, the narrative industrial complex, is just folding upon itself. How sustainable do you think that is? Because the current funding model feels as if it's the new pet project or the new kind of luxury item for a billionaire. It's no longer about yachts, gulf streams, and mansions in nice France. It's about owning the Atlantic or The Washington Post, can you talk about how important market principles actually are in possibly restoring media companies because absent billionaire bailouts, I don't know how sustainable their propaganda campaign actually is. Well, the one area of media that's bullying is conservative media. Conservative media is doing seemingly well because it's really a narrow little niche when you add up how many people work in the mainstream media compared to the conservative media, the problem is in the mainstream media. And their business model increasingly says our readers and our viewers are partisan. They're partisan Democrats. We don't really have advertising dollars anymore, especially in print. So we need to appeal to our subscribers. And our subscribers overwhelmingly come from the left. So we need to tell the left what it wants to hear. That is a totally unsustainable business model. It's what's led

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Ways America Is Fighting Back Against Abortion Bans

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:32 min | Last month

Ways America Is Fighting Back Against Abortion Bans

"And can I just say people thinking outside the box? I don't know if you heard about this one a Bay Area doctor looking to circumvent southern states abortion restrictions through a floating health clinic on federal waters in the Gulf of Mexico. So I'm for all of the above. I mean, like as I said, Biden considering the public health emergency thing, the Biden, you know, he signed the executive order. Which, oh, by the way, chuck Todd said this is not just a press release. Oh my God. I know, 'cause Biden can't do anything right. You know what? I've been critical of the response of the administration. The executive order is a good thing. That has some puzzles. Thank you. That's what I mean on me. It offers people like chuck Todd. He can't do anything, right? Oh, well no, he's not doing enough Democrats. And then it's like he does that. Oh, well, that's nothing. It's like he was legally right, go ahead. It's okay to think two ways. It's okay to say, while they were slow out of the gate, while they could have had a response ready to go, and to also say, hey, I'm not executive order. That's a good step. Great. More of this. Yes, we are. We are abortion improv artists. Yes, yes, and. Yes, and? This one, the federal waters thing. I think interesting, right? He said, not only is this an innovative different idea for surgical terminations, it's also closer, more accessible, quicker than other options. I mean, I just love the sort of outside the thinking. Put it on the casinos. Yeah. Right. But in other riverboat casinos that are better

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 Floating abortion clinic proposed in Gulf to bypass bans

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Floating abortion clinic proposed in Gulf to bypass bans

"Offloading abortion clinic is being proposed as a way to bypass bans for people in states bordering the Gulf Coast The idea provide a clinic aboard a ship in federal waters out of reach of state laws offering first trimester surgical abortions contraception and other care says doctor magar tree We have to create options and be thoughtful and creative to allow or to help people in restricted states Her idea is only in the fundraising stage and faces several hurdles There are legal potential legal barriers all along this journey

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Mike Sommers: Oil Industry Won WWII, Will Help Ukraine Win

The Dan Bongino Show

01:41 min | Last month

Mike Sommers: Oil Industry Won WWII, Will Help Ukraine Win

"That But the problem is the average American citizen I'm very average God We're weeping We're reaping what they're sowing And I'm an energy guy and I know we gotta have oil in natural gas and coal and everything that we've been doing since we started this country basically And we found out what patrolling is a great thing This thing has been awesome It helps us fight wars It puts food on the table It gives people great jobs and these people have come up with this Looney tune idea that we're destroying the planet You know you got to explain it to me Mike because all the stuff we talking about comes from the planet the good lord gave us To use Not to not use but to use it Well and just think about your home state of Louisiana In this country there are 11 million American jobs are supported by the oil and gas industry And 15% of our oil comes from offshore energy sources right there in the Gulf of Mexico And you think about just on Friday the administration again put forward another mixed message They're saying that we may produce continued to produce in the Gulf of Mexico but we might not And that's the kind of mixed messages that they've been sending to this industry for the past two years And until they reverse these policies we're not going to get the kind of prices and the kind of energy security that this country is going to require if we're going to continue to grow and succeed You're right This is the industry that helped win World War II I am confident that it's the industry that's going to continue to help Europe win the war in Ukraine But at the same time we have to provide energy for the American people now because they're suffering because of pain at the pump

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Holiday-travel chaos: Airlines brace for huge weekend crowds

AP News Radio

01:01 min | Last month

Holiday-travel chaos: Airlines brace for huge weekend crowds

"Travelers are being told to pack their patients as U.S. air travel is likely to set a pandemic era record at least once this weekend Flight aware spokeswoman Kathleen bang says the key to flights taking off this weekend is the weather They are looking at some areas of storms coming in this weekend along the gulf southwest That can bleed over into Florida and of course Atlanta If it impacts those areas then things tend to substantially slow down Traveler Jessica Ramirez understands the situation There's cancellations I get to understand and was very busy Patricia carino was with friends at Los Angeles International Airport when she found out her flight to Mexico was canceled We're probably gonna drive down to Mexico to Tijuana the border and just fly from there Traffic on roads could be heavy as well Triple-A predicts nearly 48 million people will travel at least 50 miles from home this weekend down only slightly from 2019 before the pandemic I'm Mike Hempen

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Would You Raise Your Adult Daughters Differently?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:37 min | 2 months ago

Would You Raise Your Adult Daughters Differently?

"Last week I raised the question, would you in retrospect have raised your son or sons differently? We all are nearly all of us recognize that there is a crisis of the American male. Some of us believe that the crisis is essentially that they have not been raised to be men. They remain boys. That is the certainly a conservative a conservative view of the problem. I don't know if folks on the left think there is a male problem. Oh yeah, they do toxic masculinity. All right, there you go. We think there's too little masculinity, they think there's too much masculinity. One of the many arenas in which the gulf between left and right is Grand Canyon esque. All right, anyway. So that was the topic last week. In retrospect, if you're not all that thrilled with how your son or sons turned out, would you have raised them differently, so this week it's daughter's turn. Would you looking at your daughter as an adult male or even for that matter as a teenager? Is there any way you would have raised your daughter or daughters differently?

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Golfers put aside 'reprehensible' Saudi moves to join series

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Golfers put aside 'reprehensible' Saudi moves to join series

"The Liv gulf international series starts this week backed by Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund This has been incredibly polarizing Graham McDowell brought up the political ramifications of aligning with a Saudi backed tour Take the Khashoggi situation we all agreed that that was reprehensible No one's going to argue that fact U.S. based Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in 2018 U.S. intelligence services believe it came at the orders of the Saudi crown prince But we're golfers you know And speaking personally I really feel like golf's a force of good in the world I just try to be a great role model to kids I know what the game of golf has taught me McDowell is trying to avoid discussing the specifics of the country he is effectively working for Phil Mickelson has joined the live tour and Dustin Johnson quit the PGA to join I'm Ed

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Sanctioned Russian oligarch's megayacht hides in a UAE creek

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

Sanctioned Russian oligarch's megayacht hides in a UAE creek

"In a dusty part of the United Arab Emirates where workers cycle by rustic tea shops one of the world's largest yachts sits in a quiet spot so far avoiding the fate of other luxury vessels linked to sanction Russian oligarchs The display of lavish wealth is startling but A380 seven foot motor yacht a's presence also shows the UAE's neutrality during Russia's war in Ukraine as the gulf country remains a magnet for Russian money The craft belongs to Andre Mel nishank on oligarch worth some $23.5 billion according to Forbes he once ran the fertilizer producer Euro chem and suek one of the world's largest coal companies the EU has included malna in a mass list of sanctions on business leaders and others described as close to Vladimir Putin I'm Charles De

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Wuhan Virologist Study Suggests Monkeypox Detected by PCR Tests

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Wuhan Virologist Study Suggests Monkeypox Detected by PCR Tests

"But here's the actual report on it because this sounds like something if I were Joe Biden I'd be concerned about right Rather than starting World War three which seemed to be his main concern this week And Joe Biden was like list of things to do Box number one start a war three box number two F up the international oil and gas supply by restricting gulf leases and in Alaska My point number three screw up the healthcare system more by lobbying to increase ObamaCare subsidy It was girl number four Piss off all Americans by making sure food inflation goes through the roof and then makes your babies can't get formula Okay so number 5 was probably let's hide the new monkey pox story that came out because Joe Biden is obviously a forest fire everywhere the man goes So from the reporting this study was first published in February 2022 Just months before the latest international outbreak a monkeypox cases which appears to have now reached the United States The paper folks this is hard to believe the paper talking about the study Which was authored by 9 Wuhan institute of virology researchers I'm done That's it Stories over Do we need the same author why are they still doing research Why are they still doing research Authored by 9 Wuhan institute of virology researchers And published in this quarterly journal follows the wide scale use of PCR reaction tests to identify COVID-19 positive individuals The researchers appeared to identify a portion of the monkeypox virus genome enabling PCR tests to identify the virus then the paper titled aficion assembly of a large fragment of monkeypox virus genome as a QPC R template using dual selection based transformation associated recombination I don't know about you folks but if I was Joe Biden I'd be less focused on World War three with China And more on pushing Fauci and others that the Wuhan lamp guys and ladies over there maybe you're not good at this

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It's Election Day in Pennsylvania; Who Holds the Edge?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:34 min | 3 months ago

It's Election Day in Pennsylvania; Who Holds the Edge?

"Morning, glory, America, don't go high candidate who you at live inside the beltway on this election day in Pennsylvania, Tuesday, may 17th, polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. today in Pennsylvania. I've heard all over the state from Scranton and all the way up in the northern northeastern corner down to Philadelphia. All the way over to Pittsburgh and up to Erie, and I encourage everyone to go and vote for David McCormick for the United States Senate. I also think Lou Bart, let barletta is a much easier to elect candidate. I don't think mister mastriano can win. I know David McCormick can win. I don't think any of the other people can win if you're going to vote for Kathy. Barnett, or Doctor Oz, I think you were throwing your vote away because they can't beat John fetterman. And this election matters so much because if McCormick doesn't get the nomination, we're going to have a very hard time getting the Senate back. In Republican hands and then confirmation of Supreme Court Justices will remain in Chuck Schumer's hands. The opportunity to break the filibuster will remain in Chuck Schumer's hand. It's vitally important to elect David McCormick. The bronze star recipient graduate of West Point grew up outside of Pittsburgh. He built business in Pittsburgh, built jobs in Pittsburgh. He's a Pittsburgh. And so this goes against migraine to say nice things about a Pittsburgh Steelers fan. I mean, steelers forever with McCormick, but Dave McCormick's a great American and when you're a West Point graduate and you receive the bronze star for valor in the 82nd airborne in the first Gulf War, you can trust the character.

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"gulf  " Discussed on Poetry Unbound

Poetry Unbound

01:58 min | 3 months ago

"gulf " Discussed on Poetry Unbound

"Exactly as it was and pretend for a moment. Nothing lasts is lost. Looking for the gulf motel comes from Richard Blanco's book of the same name. Thank you to university of Pittsburgh press for giving us permission to use Richard's poem..

"gulf  " Discussed on Talks with Chepe

Talks with Chepe

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"gulf " Discussed on Talks with Chepe

"On a thing and this is vice from an. It's not from an audience listening or anything. This is advice from me. An event is to utilize and seeing you guys. Let me know what i should do. Okay you guys. Tell me what i should do. So here's my conundrum. And i talked about this earlier and club has up if you were there so go to navy not so. My cousin recently got engaged. Okay she's gonna be a beautiful bride you know. She's a beautiful girl nine away. Just say you know. Her husband Looking dude brazilian. jujitsu guy you know. they're happy you know. She one squat. Amal one point you know so they either you. They're gonna be. It's gonna be a beautiful wedding. She got you know. Congratulations guy engaging everything that but here's my thing right. I grew up with her. Since we were young. We lived in the same house at one point in my life right. So have you hear this. I'm not going to cnn. 'cause you know who you are just take a thought about. This isn't even as a question of what. Should i be upset about it as a family member now granted i want to be invited to the wedding right but since this is her wedding and obviously i'm not a female nor do i want to be a bridesmaid. Think that but as a male you upset. If you're not part of like one of the groomsmen. I was talking about this in the clubhouse because somebody was telling you hike upset but i. I don't think i would be upset about it. I don't think i would care bro. You should care because you've been in their family for homeless. How long now. And this. Now's like i mean it's not my wedding. Why should i care. You know like. I'm happy and i want to go to the obviously if i'm invited to the wedding i'm happy but i don't think i should be part of the groomsmen hs. Is that something. That i should be shaggy mad about of. I'm not asked to do. i don't be personally. I don't think i should get mad about it. But they're telling me that should make more of a fuss about it. But then again who am i you know i wanna be pot. I'm not a wannabe. I'm a podcast that i'm saying. I wanna be celebrity eventually. I'm gonna be a celebrity so people listening. I remember this. Remember this moment and make the day about me and being a host. Think about it. no. I'm not gonna do that. I want to go to the wedding gift my gift and be like listen. Here's the gift funny story. The one winning. I actually did go to when i was. I was a jewish wedding. I got by to. I had the money to two hundred dollars for gaffed and couldn't find the the gifts table where you put the money and stuff so i just ended up taking my money home and.

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"gulf  " Discussed on Talks with Chepe

Talks with Chepe

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"gulf " Discussed on Talks with Chepe

"I think al pacino's career went downhill when he the jack and jill for What adam sandler like. He was playing the love interest of jack. Andro like come on. Robert deniro another one. I mean robert deniro was. He plays the same role every single time. People consider him one of the best actors of all time. Do you consider him as one. I don't you're going to say he was so good and raging bull and he was so good in taxi driver yeah he was good in taxi driver and raging raging bull in the godfather partout and all those but he's playing the same role. Like when you look at robert deniro. You look at him and you think he's a italian mobster gangster. He plays that role. You know he looks at tony. Soprano or whatever. It is but when when you look at like a tom. Hanks leonardo di caprio. Brad hit all these guys. You don't think about that one specific role now. So that's what i mean when it becomes being versatile actor and being one of the great actors of all time he'll get the title back leonardo dicaprio one of the actors of all time. And he's a big person in proponent in regards to environmental activism. We need to get these people to start being more active. You know not too long ago all these celebrities singers and everything got together and they did a remix with wyclef. John of we are the world you know. Granted we are. The world happened because of the hurricane happened in haiti and it was a unfortunately not the hurricane. Quake happened in haiti and haiti. Unfortunate was devastated by. But that's where that's where we are came from. Michael jackson. Did it back in the eighties. We are the world because we are the world. We are the children. We are the ones lyrics. They are people so activism people. That's has this is all about activism. We gotta go out there. We gotta changes in these actors. Know how to do it. I mean look leo. I mean nothing nothing. Leo you know being a tab actor being looking dude being actually he has it all and allows actors do it. I think denzel did a two on. I'm not mistaken..

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"gulf  " Discussed on Talks with Chepe

Talks with Chepe

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"gulf " Discussed on Talks with Chepe

"Thing. Mankind has been conscious and thriving species for two hundred thousand years then even a percentage of how long dinosaurs have been here and we've managed to screw the pooch and fuck this planet up ozone layer gone you know. That's the point. Where it was being. Destructed granted the epa in different environmental. Things were created to protect the environment but the ozone layer got destroy. Our oceans were polluted look at the hudson river. The hudson river so point where you can even go in there because of how much waste and toxins within the now it was cleaned up again from the epa. All these people. You can swim to it. But it's destroying global warming. We're getting stronger and stronger. Storms every year people are like. Oh just whether there's a difference between weather and global warming people union standard difference. Whether happens we know what whether it's going to be whether it's gonna rain is going to be hard. It's going to be called. Global warming is an effective the planet warming throughout time. Where it's it's it's going to get hot or hotter hotter. We're going to have stronger and stronger stronger storms. I mean look at hurricane sandy. That's long of the people who live here on the island. Devastated us for so long. That was an example of one. Look at in california. The wildfires were the mounds. Were literally on fire. I was there. The wildfire started. I remember being on top of the hollywood mallon looking. Because i wanted to hike when i was there and i peeked over and i have a picture to show and i'll put it on to reference. We can see the smoke of the fire starting. We're like oh shit. Look at that. There's smoke and it's to be one of the worst wildfires that california's hat and keeps happening and happening and people are going to be like. Oh well that's just nature. No yet nature does that but not like it's going now. Look at australia was on. The point of burning australia was like the save. The koala bears people didn't do it for humanity. Do for cooper's at least you can go now. Look at it and south america. They're doing to the fucking reinforcer destroying it. It's being destroyed. Ams the amazonian the amazon rainforest..

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"gulf  " Discussed on Talks with Chepe

Talks with Chepe

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"gulf " Discussed on Talks with Chepe

"Dente denton the world's burning denton. Dan here we are. It's a in what's the morning but in the morning talks. Which epa think you people. We're here to literally of an episode. This week our schedule has been thrown off. Know here. Speaking third person we have crazy schedule. Coming up. trying to feel as much continents puzzle for you guys I'm headed out west next week doing some content there..

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"gulf  " Discussed on Talks with Chepe

Talks with Chepe

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"gulf " Discussed on Talks with Chepe

"Dente denton the world's burning denton. Dan here we are. It's a in what's the morning but in the morning talks. Which epa think you people. We're here to literally of an episode. This week our schedule has been thrown off. Know here. Speaking third person we have crazy schedule. Coming up. trying to feel as much continents puzzle for you guys I'm headed out west next week doing some content out there. So we're we're we're gonna cure but today's episode. I wanted to touch about something that you know the great michael jackson once say he he wants said. They made a song about healing. The world you know not regards to racial issues and things that are not that important because they are but we've talked about that in past but there's one thing i've never really spoken about and it came to my mind today because i was having a conversation with our producer here and you know we were just looking over the the news channels and looking over the jokes. He's written and everything that came across his mind. He's like you know what chip as we call me causing chep. He's like you know there's one thing we didn't talk about. And it's you know a big issue especially now because we're actually in the middle of a hurricane really tropical storm that i'm recording. This is that the environment's going to shit chip and we don't really have the discussions whenever people try to have the discussion to kind of like oh already know like leave me alone. I want to talk about any anymore. Or they'll be like a global warming is in your yield a political issue. Like what are you doing. You know what politics aside. Because i'm not a political person i never show you my political leanings. You can take in what i believe in. But there's the world is burning. You know it's not normal for us to have a hundred and twenty five three day phoenix arizona. Granted there in the desert but it shouldn't be that hot it shouldn't be a one hundred and feels like one hundred ten in long island new york in july granted it has been warmer and some days and other days it hasn't but it should not be like that and we're really sparked my interest in regards to the protecting the ecosystem and how we how we can be. A better person was over. The last week happen again you know. Don't acid up a bp oil spill partout about the same in the same issue even the bp oil spill was a big issue. It's still affecting the gulf of mexico till this day is another gasline. Refinery burst in the gulf of mexico and the water was literally on fire from listeners. Out there if you have time. Go and google and put a picture up on on the instagram and twitter when the episode comes out about how the literally the world was the. The water was on fire from the oil spilling into the ocean. And it looked like he was out of a movie. or out..

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"gulf  " Discussed on The Bio Report

The Bio Report

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"gulf " Discussed on The Bio Report

"Thanks for joining us by pleasure dan. We're gonna talk about precision medicine contacts and its efforts to use its ability detect biomarkers in the blood to allow for better diagnosis in early interventions in neurologic uncle logic and other conditions. Perhaps we should start with the notion of precision medicine though. what's meant by determine. How big a gulf is there today between medical practices most patients experience it and the potential for precision medicine approach to transform how patients are diagnosed and treated yet. Hey i think the golf is pretty big and we actually call it precision health as opposed to precision medicine mainly because the scope of what we think is possible actually gets into preventing disease were no medicine would ever be needed so the precision health concept is both using medicines that are prescribed in are perfectly suited to really attack. The disease word condition at a person has but also longer term being able to avoid the disease altogether by the way we live our lives and avoiding disease triggers. That many times are what are the the real source of the disease. What do you see as the reason for that gulf. Is that simply a matter of taking the abilities. We have today in crafting. The clinical tools needed to apply them or does it also involve cultural institutional financial barriers. Well you know. I think that it starts normally with that is the ability to reach an achieve something that today's technologies cannot read the once. You have a technology or a vision for a technology that could trance. Trance form healthcare. You then have a lot of these other components that That must be found what you must find a way to reverse that could be that the financial side. It could be the cultural side the adoption. There's so many things that can get in the way of a great technology or technological vision

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"gulf  " Discussed on Camp Hell: Anneewakee

Camp Hell: Anneewakee

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"gulf " Discussed on Camp Hell: Anneewakee

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"gulf  " Discussed on Camp Hell: Anneewakee

Camp Hell: Anneewakee

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"gulf " Discussed on Camp Hell: Anneewakee

"Following the nineteen seventy hearing some restrictions had been put into place regarding lewis petters interaction with the boys at wakey the original stipulation. The petr have no contact with any of the boys had since been diluted to him not setting foot in the sleeping quarters by many accounts this still meant petr would often see the boys even still having visitors in his house and maintaining his inner circle. Carl moore who we first heard at. The top of the episode would be next in line in a string of young men which pedder would manipulate and abuse. Carl says this first began in caravelle. Everything about the way i went through the program was different. I mean looking back to me. It was clear that i was selected to be something special hours. A scientist group in caravelle florida. Which was the first group down there. Most of what i remember about that was was pretty positive. We had a couple of group leaders. That were think they're really good. Guys they were the kind of people that it's like jeeze a growth and be like that guy. I ended up in rebel. And then i think some of the guys there thought it was funny. I haven't been through the you know. At some point. I ended up going back and forth bringing supplies down from douglasville kind of immediately. Set me apart from everyone else. Who couldn't go anywhere. Say karl doesn't have his knife religious but he can drive the trucks back and forth there that he had relationships with had a trailer on the south campus. Quite a privileged to get invited to go to the trailer. He had another guy who was who was living at his house then brought down there with him former patient. Couple other guys who were now. Third patients are not time but they'll were had been yes so that was the kind of a special thing to get invited to come to dinner in there. That was a good cook by the way there was where i had really my my first sexual experience with him. He was bigger gone. Trust and loyalty. The standard speech was something. Like i'm going to be your old elephant. He would say. I'm going to teach you the way you can only have one old elephant course. Everybody can find it in any expected that and it was clear that he would expect that. I think he probably even address it directly and say you know something like you can tell me everything or anything but you can't do that with everybody and we did. Carl says that this type of abuse was something that was felt out the not. All of the boys were subjected to but only the ones that were susceptible to. So here's the sleight of hand. Kind of happens with that. You're going to be open with me. You're gonna trust me absolutely and you're gonna do away with all the taboos and all this crap that you've been taught that makes you feel so bad and then i put my hands on you and say how's that feel say will you don't say it feels weird. I some some guys would him out. He would know who those guys for is just like what we learn on the siren getty in africa when the tigers the lions are approaching a herd of animals. They look for the week ones. That are that edge of the herd and they try to pick them off my name. Is chris nurlan. And i am the executive director at the national children's advocacy center. We were actually the first child advocacy center in the world at children's advocacy centers. What we do is coordinate. The multi disciplinary response to child abuse our communities and this model includes partnerships and collaborations with law enforcement job protective services medical providers mental health professionals prosecutors victim advocates. So all of us working in a coordinated manner. What's really insidious in. This is the fact that in child sexual abuse in many situations the child ends up being sexually abused by someone who they consider their friend. Someone who they like times. The term grooming is used to describe the actions that happen leading up to sexual abuse with children by their abuser. Chris says that this is an inaccurate to us. Why do we use a word dreaming to describe what individual may do to sexually abuse a child. Why do we use a word that is in every other context pro-social what they're doing is manipulating. They're taking advantage of someone whom they can. They can deceive for their personal advantage and gain without any concern for that individual. There's multiple levels of manipulation that occur. I an individual manipulate the broader environment by having a good reputation and you know being well respected in their community like. Chris could never do something like that. I've known chris for twenty six years. And i've only known him to be x. Those are about creating this environment. Where i'm manipulating everybody to think i'm a really good guy to hide the things that maybe i'm doing. Secretly another level of manipulation that happens is the manipulation of caregivers or trusted others. so let's say individual wants to have sexual contact with a child. Their first step really is to win over the parents or caregivers of that child because the until they can have that individual access with a child or not can have the opportunity to sexually abuse them. It was part of the show you know they had a program that did change lives being inside. I was kind of isolated really any by that was closed federal was it's like two different worlds. You know there was the anna wakey outside and the patterns out he would definitely pick and choose who hurry. He was going to be close to or spent time with. I think that Any group later that had come to the program was certainly going to be on that list of people that would likely have had a relationship better. It's not an accusation. Just just the way it is. The last is the child. And it's not just a random approach. Where i'm just going to try to hit on every child necessarily that's not the case. Individuals may have particular interest in who they're interested in or who they may have a desire to be in contact with they may also will almost always look at. Is this a child. Who i i can manipulate or not if you have a child who always tells on everybody for every transaction. That's not who you're going after right because that individuals going to tell shortly after curls stay at the care about campus he was promoted to group counselor and put on an keys payroll which brought him even closer to petr and his home so i left the the group in florida after pretty much after the ninety days and i got my crest. We were started down that road. You know sometime. After that. I went to work with the group and is this kind of evolved into a group leader. It wasn't like there was any kind of formal process to it. I was just put with a group. Try this out and at some point i started getting a check for it paycheck. I was just following program. Really wasn't the first one to go through this. I needed a place to go when i was off. Pedder had a couple of beds in the basement of his house and there was another guy living there who'd been through the program Part of the family.

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"gulf  " Discussed on Camp Hell: Anneewakee

Camp Hell: Anneewakee

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"gulf " Discussed on Camp Hell: Anneewakee

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"gulf  " Discussed on Camp Hell: Anneewakee

Camp Hell: Anneewakee

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"gulf " Discussed on Camp Hell: Anneewakee

"By the mid nineteen seventies and awake. He had established itself as a successful program. Troubled youth in georgia the center had secured its medical license which allowed the collection of third party payments from insurance companies and was now having patients referred there from the court system as well as other learning centers lewis petr supposedly restricted for making contact with any patients was still keeping his office on campus grounds. Any oversight at the time had slip through the cracks of state government and the roman patients at was growing exponentially. Carl moore was one of these patients. He was admitted in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy seven. After seeing the result of his brothers reform their carl's family had a particular connection to enter wakey. his mother was involved in number of schools in atlanta. That would often refer children to the program in douglasville anyway keys. Reputation had put the program at the top of the list for educators to send children who were beyond the scope of their help. Here's chris mcknight a former patient who was referred to an wakey from the new school. A program headed by carl's mother tweety more. My father pulled me out of the school. I was going to editor mea the tweety more school the new school i was there for a couple months and at the new school. I met a couple people that i was at anna wakey with that were at her school. Post and wakey so as it turns out tweety more recommended analytic. It's not just me but to a lot of other kids. My feelings with tweety is. I don't think she knew about the abuse. Sedano achey i've known tweety. Since i was a little kid i mean she's she's passing our soul a number of former patients. I've interviewed said they were referred to in a wakey from other schools in similar ways where did spread throughout learning centers in georgia and neighboring states. That anna wakey was a solution for troubled kids who didn't have a place elsewhere. Now that anna wakey was officially licensed medical hospital. It was also receiving patients who were wards of the state of georgia and other neighboring states like alabama. This all amounted to a large increase in the number of patients. Enrolling anna wakey was running out of room.

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"gulf  " Discussed on Camp Hell: Anneewakee

Camp Hell: Anneewakee

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"gulf " Discussed on Camp Hell: Anneewakee

"gulf  " Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"gulf " Discussed on KTRH

"Sky Mike in the Gulf coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center it'll be when the wet and cold occurred beyond about on this Thursday high later today you're fifty one is winds gusting from the north northeast at times in clearing will take place overnight with a low thirty nice sunny tomorrow high fifty six a warmer weekend I'm meteorologist Jeff Mar from the weather channel rain in forty six in Conroe rain in forty eight here at the case here H. top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center ten on our top story border security and immigration the top issues for Texas voters in new polling former ice agent Victor abi lot told Houston's warning is a big part of the problem is sanctuary cities criminal alien get arrested for a crime they going to these jails and they don't notify ice and get relief sometimes I think sometimes out of spite I don't understand it in the poll thirty one percent of all Texas voters say the border is the top concern fifty two percent of Republicans have that as the top issue a critical breakthrough could produce a vaccine for the corona virus within two years UT Austin associate professor doctor Jason McClellan led the team he says the time line is way ahead of development for previous vaccines optimistically vaccine might be available in eighteen to twenty four months which might seem like a long on time but historically it's been one to two decades the actually the develop a vaccine and so this would still be historically really fast if everything goes according to plan gasoline up a penny this week to two oh nine a gallon Josh was super at triple a Texas gas prices are expected to rise Lee moved through the rest assured you are perhaps into March as well because of refinery beat in season and we're gonna be talking about that summer blend gasoline before we know it a gallon is now just two cents higher than this time last year on Wall Street the Dow is now down thirty the nasdaq is down fifteen with the S. and P. five hundred is up to oil at fifty four thirty two and X. updated ten thirty and now more the Michael berry show I'm Scott crater in Houston's news weather and traffic station news for your sudden forty KJRH hope your day is going well this is a time of year when hearty food is happy the folks at war Rogers restaurants suggest you try a new brisket burgers it's a juicy Roy Rogers cheese burger topped with grilled onions Smithfield shredded brisket tangy barbecue sauce and sandwiched between two pieces of sourdough bread burger brisket bring in right on down to the Roy Rogers restaurants near you for the brisket until then happy trails to door dash is available at participating restaurants where did everybody go everybody's at McDonald's because the old bay **** fish with it tanki tasty tartar sauce is back but then it's just two for five dollars and you can mix or match with original fully fish but didn't they know they can get it with my delivery through over eats or door dash skews me there is a mile away from the office of the the.

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"gulf  " Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"gulf " Discussed on KTRH

"Minutes probably so the Gulf coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center very mild set up is we have been through the time frame beyond Christmas towards the end of the year just a few clouds around tonight lows around sixteen of all of our peninsula mid fifties downtown around fifty Conroe partly sunny highs mostly in the seventies on Thursday I meteorologist parts of it from the weather channel fifty eight degrees in Katy fifty seven in spring and fifty seven at the KTRE top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center K. T. R. H. news time twelve all one a birthday party turned deadly Christmas Eve in northwest Harris County the shooter remains free Harris County sheriff ed Gonzalez says a woman is dead apparently shot by her ex identified as fifty two year old Albert Benjamin Simon in what share of Gonzalez says is a domestic violence case now that he's possibly early fifties white male left in a jeep Cherokee and he's believed to be armed still the woman killed is identified as forty six role Carolee don Taylor one suspect has been identified in a deadly fireworks stand robbery Harris County sheriff's deputies say that Darryl Ridley was shot in the leg by a worker on highway six near Keith Harrow a second suspect died in two others are still on the loose and Houston police say two women were attacked in separate assaults at Memorial Park on Christmas Eve morning he simply said the first report of an assault was just before five AM a woman said she was walking along the trail at the park when a man assaulted her while police were there they found a nother woman who was disoriented and possibly assaulted that woman was taken to the hospital Audrey Morton newsradio seven forty K. Terry not so much bad Sanders is strange Santa's sui get the story from Scott Crowder the other day we had a sixty seven year old guy in Florida handing out bags of weed and one police asked him why he said because it's Christmas oddly enough they arrested him for possession with intent to sell when he wasn't selling any was given it away well now we've got a sixty five year old bank robbery in Colorado springs to hit a bank Monday and then walked out and started throwing cash around while shouting merry Christmas twenty of the the baggy walked into a Starbucks sat down and calmly waited for the police to arrive Scott Crowder news free of sudden forty K. T. R. K. T. R. H. news time twelve oh three JJ watt return to practice this week clearing the way for him to play in the team's playoff game in two weeks what will be wearing a protective harness I would call a difficult decision now I mean I get a chance playing play also my team brought their internal this one for the is there a element of risk yes what is the upside a hundred times better yes because there's nothing I want to do more than a win.

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"gulf  " Discussed on Let's Talk Dementia

Let's Talk Dementia

07:58 min | 3 years ago

"gulf " Discussed on Let's Talk Dementia

"World thank you for listening we have listeners in eighty one country he's now and I thank you for that we were voted number six podcast about dementia isn't that neat I think that's pretty cool and I thank you for being among those listeners ars check us out at www dot let's talk dementia. Dot Org there is a link there to everything we produce and I hope you'll check out all those sources as well as our Amazon bestselling book books and there is a link there you can write me under contact and if you're so inclined you can make a donation to help Nance Ministry's as we do bring dimension education throughout the world in that doesn't come cheaply so we thank you for helping to keep those boats floating well I would like to thank National Association of Veterans and Families for helping support our ministry and they are there to help the veteran in the south that spouse so the veteran received the benefits they so very much have earned and deserve contact them at eight hundred three five to to nine one nine or www dot in a v Dot O. R. G. Speaking of Veterans Today we're going to talk about Gulf War illness well recently was watching a television show about unexplained illnesses people have these go to doctor after doctor and have test after test nobody can figure out what's wrong with them and a physician has decided to take it upon herself to choose these certain people and put their symptoms out to the world for professionals to gaze upon that information and see what their take on that situation might be in what help they might bring the individual it's a good show but there was one where they interviewed an in a gentleman who was no longer able to function he came back from the Gulf War totally different than he went now we know that's not unusual for our veterans who go off to War I don't think they ever comeback who they were when they left how could they be you just change life changes us no matter what we're always different from year to year in in everyday life but when we've been sent to a country to fight to defend the United States or defend your country wherever you might live you come back a different person it has to happen but these folks come back with unexplained illnesses and was one gentleman had just depleted everything he had trying to discern what was going on with him he could not remember things could not function he could not hold down a job he was having lots of pain and discomfort just was leading a miserable existence and was losing everything little by little because he could not work he'd built up quite a bit of debt and sold everything they had to try to get the help he needed no one could figure out what was going on with the man so his story was put out by this physician I told you about on the television shows and more and more came back as Gulf war illness and he was a Gulf War veteran that's quite an interesting thing I've been reading about it and what we know is that votes with who were exposed a who were in the Gulf War were exposed to toxins that had serious effect on the neurons in their brain says one third of the vets which is two hundred fifty thousand people are at risk of having Gulf war illness is seems that there were buried rockets that were exploded intentionally and that by the United States aces I understand and when those rockets were exploded that rocket leaked out into the air seat aw is E. T. I. O. N. which is a gas and people were inhaling this gas it changed the white matter of the brain and there there's not a treatment for this they don't know what to do about it and then they also burned oil fields in the smoke was inhaled from those oilfields and is just that's just two of the very many things that these folks were exposed to their that caused issues within their body and so they're calling it Gulf war illness much like those who are in Vietnam that were exposed to Agent Orange they have all kinds of side effects and the the least of which is not heart disease I mean schemic heart disease is rampant among veterans who were exposed to Agent Orange my brother-in-law being one of those people so now we know that the folks who are in the Gulf war expose to the c time gas or the smoke from the burning oilfields have all kinds of problems and there is a Gulf War registry health exam that they can go through and register themselves but this is what they have determined that they do they have to show at least a ten percent disability and have symptoms that have occurred for at least six smart six months after being southwe West Asia theater of military operations and they have to register by twelve thirty one two thousand twenty one we're really not that far away from that that cutoff time but what are the symptoms what are they seeing in people well fatigue and headaches joint pain indigestion insomnia dizziness respiratory disorders and guess what dementia sure enough that is being listed as one of the problems these folks are having this gentleman I told you about was having serious dingy couldn't remember how to do his job or how to function in life and was needing to be led throughout his day by his wife which meant she couldn't work she couldn't leave him alone and it was it was quite a lot so these folks hopefully within B assuming least a ten percent rating disability and can receive via disability compensation so the chronic fatigue where does it help is one of the symptoms no matter what they do they just have no energy fibromyalgia if you're familiar with fibromyalgia fiber meaning must so out algebra meaning pain so it's muscle pain of my sister has fibromyalgia in muscles you have muscles in places you're not thinking about like your heart is a muscle in severe pain in the heart that resembles a heart attack but it's not it's that heart muscle constricting and causing severe pain or it may be the muscles in the arms or the legs or wherever insomnia and morning stiffness headaches memory loss gastrointestinal issues such as irritable Bowel Syndrome Branston and then undiagnosed illnesses where they have no clue why they're having thanks unusual weight loss or they have cardiac cardiological disease and they don't know why they have that menstrual disorders psyche. autry problems skin disorders respiratory disorders sleep disorders sounds like fun to me what about to you but if you know someone who I was in the Gulf War and they are experiencing some of these symptoms..

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"gulf  " Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"gulf " Discussed on AP News

"In the Gulf and in the energy rich Permian basin region of south west, Texas. The deal announced Friday comes with US. Crude prices up forty percent this year and vault Chevron into a new league becoming the second. Biggest oil producer among major drillers up from fourth with the acquisition, Chevron can access Anadarko liquid natural gas operations in Mozambique. The combined company will also control a seventy five mile wide corridor across the Delaware basin. Just inside the Permian region bountiful with natural gas that's been exploited through shale drilling. The deal expected to close in the second half of the year, and it still needs approval from shareholders of Anadarko Petroleum Corporation and regulators to congressman want major league baseball to produce documents tied to its attempt to purchase control of twenty one regional SP. Sports networks. They wrote to baseball Commissioner rob Manfred on Thursday, saying they're wary of anticompetitive conduct. They asked for documents on potential acquisition and operation of the regional networks. Plus, and they'll be strategies the move comes on the heels of Disney acquiring twenty two regional sports networks as part of its seventy one billion dollar purchase of twenty first century. Fox's entertainment business last month. The Justice department said last June that Disney had to sell the networks as a condition of the deal baseball was granted an antitrust exemption in nineteen twenty two by the supreme court which ruled the sport was not interstate commerce. Congress passed a limited cut out that was signed into law in nineteen ninety making the employment of major league players subject to antitrust law. A salmonella outbreak has forced the recall of cut melons in the US. The FDA said Friday that the recall includes cut watermelon honeydew and cantaloupe produced by Kato food. The fruit has been sold under various brands or labels at Kroger. Walmart trader Joe's target and whole foods. The FDA says to check packaging to determine if the melon was distributed by Cato foods, and if so not to eat it, they advise stores to pull the products from shelves ninety three people have gotten sick twenty three of whom were hospitalized. But no deaths have been reported. A sly lem ruling successfully appealed, I'm Jacky Quin within a p news minute. The Trump administration for now can resume sending asylum seekers back into Mexico weather cases are heard a federal court overruled a judge's injunction. I it was a consumer warning. Now, there's a recall on the Fisher Price rock and play sleeper. Our Ed Donahue reports the company says more than thirty babies rolled over in them and died since the product was introduced in two thousand nine. Reporter surrounding former school administrator swept up in the college admissions scandal, Mark rebel pleaded guilty to taking bribes to sit in for wealthy students during college entrance exams a five-way tie for the lead after thirty six holes at the masters.

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