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Fresh update on "hopkins" discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust

Wellness and Wanderlust

02:25 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hopkins" discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust

"Some people have such severe issues genetically speaking that they have to be on medication so not telling anyone not to take their medication. What i am saying though is that as far as i know the medication can only get you so far. It cannot replace other trauma healing processing release methods it can be supportive of them but like the stats bear. This out. medication rarely fully heals people. So let's talk about some other methods. Also a big proponent of plant medicines. They are starting to. They're starting to be research studies. One after the other that showing the efficacy of plant compounds. For example. John johns hopkins with phil sivan. There's also it's not necessarily plant source but is a type of psychedelic. Md may they're having amazing results on studies with maps. And it looks like i mean nobody can predict for sure but but the way things are looking these substances could be legalized at least for therapeutic use within the next three to five years they ketamine is already allowed for therapeutic. Use and what also can help is i- awa- ska peyote five emmy owed. Emt now look these substances are are not a game. And they're not for everyone others. People with certain conditions like bipolar schizophrenia. Not a good idea to even get close to these substances so anybody. Who's contemplating using plant medicines or analogs to try and heal. They should one hundred percent confer with their doctor. I make sure that they're physically healthy enough. Also i'm not recommending that anybody break the law so either go somewhere where it's legal or alternatively try and become part of one of these government-subsidized studies and with that being said these substances can be very helpful a for helping you process in released trauma. Mvp for your increasing your awareness. What's also important is to have a a therapist or shaming. The effects are much better. If you're guided and that can really help people especially people that plateau doing the work it can help you get to the next level but another word of warning about these substances they can become a crutch i know people who have kinda gone lost in this realm and i watch a retreat several times a month and nothing in their life sucked in real life in reality is substantively changing. But they're in all these alternate universes or what have you and to me. I mean look. My personal opinion is is these substances should be heavily regulated but legal. I think it's insane to criminalize these substances. 'cause they can help people with that being said things are the way that they are and and i think the best and highest use of these substances therapeutic and to help people heal and so the key is too much of anything can be a bad thing. It's about balance in view. If you use plant medicines to help you heal. You should only do it max..

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Cardinals move to 7-0 for season, roll past Texans 31-5

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 d ago

Cardinals move to 7-0 for season, roll past Texans 31-5

"The cardinals remain the NFL's only unbeaten team after Kyler Murray completed twenty of twenty eight passes for two hundred sixty one yards three touchdowns to one interception in the thirty one five thrashing of the Texans we click the for the most part you know during the night game but you know I was a player so they got after us today so it wasn't known you know I don't want to take anything away from them you know we we obviously won by largely but for the most well since we are seeing you know we we can be a lot better the Andre Hopkins caught a touchdown pass against his former team and Zack Ertz grabbed a scoring pass for his new team helping the cardinals improved to seven or no for the first time since nineteen seventy four chat a forty seven yard TD grab the longest of his career I'm the ferry

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Fresh "Hopkins" from The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

00:25 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh "Hopkins" from The Psych Central Show

"With doctor Margaret S Chisholm discussing the perspective's approach. Now, if I were cynical, I would say, look, we're diagnosing illnesses, the DSM exists. It's been around for decades. Why do we need another method and it isn't your method wrong because it's newer? Actually, our method is very old. Our method predates the DSM. It really is based in the work of Carl Yahoo's who was someone who contributed to the ideas around psychiatry in the early 20th century. Basically, Jasper's described mental illnesses, having different ways of being explained. And so we're just making explicit what really is implicit in psychiatric practice, which is that we know that not everybody who comes to a psychiatrist is experiencing a disease. And the DSM, the way it's organized, this checklist of symptoms really limits our thinking and makes things sound more like diseases than they really are sometimes. You know, it's focused on acute treatment of psychiatric illness. It doesn't speak at all about what a good life looks like and how to get to a good life despite or because of your psychiatric illness. So it's very limited. I often think about this in medicine in general. So many problems in medicine outside of psychiatry are also related to behaviors, right? A patient might not be taking their medication for their diabetes, or they might not be coming to their appointments that they might not be getting preventive care. And you have to ask yourself, what their life looks like, because if they have no meaning and purpose in their life, if they have no happiness or life satisfaction, if their mental health is compromised if they really don't have any close social relationships, what is the reason that they would want to take their medication or come to their appointments and have better physical health? None of these other aspects of a good life are there. One of the disconnects that I see between the patient community and the provider community is the reason for taking psychiatric medication. If you ask many prescribers, they stay well the reason that they need to take it is for stability. And if you ask many patients, the reason that they want to take it is so they can go to Hawaii. So they can get married, so they can buy a house. It's such a slight difference, right? I mean, stability will get you a job Hawaii marriage and a house, et cetera. But the patient community doesn't see it that way and we don't understand it that way. Do you think that the perspectives approach helps bridge that gap between some of the I'm going to say misunderstandings because at its core, that's what it is, right? It's just a different way of looking at the same thing. Do you think the perspectives approach helps bridge that gap? Yeah, I mean, the thing I like about the perspectives approach is that it's a very systematic way of looking at patients and understanding patients. And it's a way that because it's systematic, it's used with every patient and it allows us to understand patients from all these different perspectives. We never overlook one of these perspectives and gives us a sense of really who a patient is as a person. What they've experienced in their life, what their hopes and dreams are, we don't want people just to be symptom free. We want them to lead a good life. I want this for myself. I, too, was a patient. And had a very serious postpartum depression. And getting over those symptoms was only the first step of getting better. You know, I had to make meaning of this in my life. I had to understand how my personality played into this. What habitual behaviors when I was depressed? I had been engaging in that I wanted to overcome. And what my goals were for myself. And that's really important for everyone. I think just looking at eradication or alleviation of symptoms is so limited. We are embodied selves. We are not just bodies where things can break down and go awry. We have a sense of self and I think the perspectives approach is one that doesn't allow just looking at patients as diseases and doesn't look at the endpoint of treatment as just alleviation or eradication of symptoms. When we talk about the perspectives approach and how often it's used out in the community, why is it having trouble getting buy in? Because as you pointed out, it's been around for 40 years. This isn't some rogue concept. Honestly, I just keep thinking, why is this not catching on? It was developed by Johns Hopkins. Yeah, so it was actually a book was written called the perspectives of psychiatry by Paul McHugh and Phillips labneh, Paul McHugh was the director of psychiatry at Johns Hopkins and Phillips labneh was the residency program director for many, many years. And they wrote this book, which is very dense. It's not, I would say accessible to the average reader. And so that was one of the reasons we wrote systematic psychiatric evaluation to make it more accessible to clinicians who wanted to apply some of these concepts. And so I think part of it has been that it's it takes some work to really understand. I mean, I had to read the book 5 times to understand the nuances of this approach. So I think that's one reason is that it's just the leading book about it is a challenge to read. I think the second reason is that this approach takes a little more time. It's easy to ask people to fill out a checklist or to ask them a checklist of questions and but it's harder to as I said, I spend two hours with a patient the first time I see a patient to go through all the questions that are necessary, I think, for a whole history and evaluation. So I think it's can be time consuming. A lot of providers don't have time aren't willing to take the time to do that. Personally, I think it saves time down the road. And patients get better more quickly because I understand them from the get go. You know, in this day of managed care and that kind of thing people are more concerned with seeing a higher volume of patients. But I'm more concerned and I think at Hopkins in general, we're more concerned about getting it right. I understand that you have an ambivalence about the labels that are applied by the DSM to psychiatric disorders. Can you explain that and do you feel that those labels contribute to the stigma that surrounds mental illness? Yeah, that's a great question. I do think there's some labels in the DSM that are more problematic than others. I think historically, the personality disorder labels are extremely problematic. We call some of those labels at Hopkins as sophisticated name calling. Because, you know, again, there's no validity from the DSM. Among the personality disorders there's limited reliability. So somebody could call somebody with borderline personality disorder somebody else could say histrionic personality disorder and other person could be labeled antisocial personality disorder and those can't be distinguished reliably from one provider to another based on the DSM criteria. Because people get labeled with these names of antisocial or borderline personality disorder, and they might not think that they're highly stigmatized. But they are within the medical profession, somebody comes into an emergency room with a legitimate physical complaint. And if they've got histrionic personality disorder, borderline personality disorder in a record, I assure you that they're going to be treated in a biased way. So I think those are highly stigmatizing and again, literally just sophisticated name calling. Now, some of the other illnesses are less problematic. I think there's less stigma attached to say having a postpartum depression than there is, you know, a psychotic depression, but I just think they're so limiting and they come with judgments. I mean, I have had patients with schizophrenia who go to the emergency room with legitimate physical concerns, and they just get written off as pigments of their imagination. So, yeah, I think that some of these illnesses are highly stigmatized still. I think rushing to those labels is a problem..

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How Do We Process the Alternate Reality That Exists in Our World?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | Last week

How Do We Process the Alternate Reality That Exists in Our World?

"Yet conservatives and Republicans are still pushing the vaccine. Despite all the evidence around them, they say it's a pandemic of the unvaccinated. And I want to close on this note, Daniel, I want to be respectful of your time. How do you personally process how we have people living in absolutely different universes as if there's a different existence occurring? It's maddening for me quite honestly and I just decide just to keep telling the truth and keep moving forward. But when I see Republicans that are coming up this year, I know the vaccine is the greatest thing ever. It's actually it's preventing all the harm and suffering. Meanwhile, we look at the United Kingdom, 223 COVID deaths today, highest daily number of deaths since March 79% of the population 12 and older is fully vaccinated. How do we process this alternate reality? Within our own within our own world. And by the way, Charlie, it's interesting, England, as I said, same delta, as it was the first delta wave in May, now is very problematic. That's after the 5 6 month Pfizer leakage benchmark just so you know, so that's actually a very good example of what I'm talking about. Now they are getting a problem. They are, by the way, luckier than the American south because they got the benefits of the transmissibility of delta earlier on the cheap. So they do have more built up immunity. They're not going to have as many deaths as we did, but they are having problems. How do I square this? Look, you read the Johns Hopkins papers over the last decade. And now I'm getting into this. Peter bragan has an amazing book on this that traces the timeline. And they've been working on this forever. And at the end of the book, he literally is a timeline. And I'm shocked, like it is shocking the stuff. It's creepy. The stuff they talk about, they talk about PR campaigns. It's a scope. So you either get it or you're a victim of it. It's not

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The Power of Natural Immunity From COVID

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:48 min | Last week

The Power of Natural Immunity From COVID

"What is important for me to tell you is that I believe that what I had decided to do over the course of the last year and a half, I believe has been justified. I wanted to achieve natural immunity, which is by far the more robust immunity that one can have against the COVID or any virus. As Morton mccary, Marty Mackay, professor Johns Hopkins school of medicine, and the Bloomberg school of public health and the editor in chief of med page today wrote in The Washington Post, natural immunity to COVID is powerful policy makers seem afraid to say so. More than 15 studies have demonstrated the power of immunity acquired by previously having the virus. A 700,000 were person study from Israel to weeks ago this is a few months ago. Found that those who had experienced prior infections were 27 times less likely to get a second symptomatic COVID infection than those who were vaccinated. Did you hear that? 700,000 person study in Israel, 27 times less likely than vaccinated people.

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Murray throws 4 TD passes, unbeaten Cardinals batter Browns

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last week

Murray throws 4 TD passes, unbeaten Cardinals batter Browns

"Kyler Murray tied a career high with four touchdown passes in the cardinals improved to six you know for the first time since nineteen seventy four by dismantling the Browns thirty seven fourteen I think you can feel the energy before the game always a practice is very weak I mean come on come on the road no us versus you know for personnel whose who's gonna go to Murray connected with the Andre Hopkins for two touchdowns and finished twenty of thirty for two hundred twenty nine yards the cardinals built a twenty nothing lead in the first half and kept their perfect record intact despite not having head coach Kliff Kingsbury or star linebacker Chandler Jones both of whom tested positive for cocaine nineteen I'm Dave Ferrie

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'We Are Now Worse Off Than Before the Experimental Shots'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:18 min | 2 weeks ago

'We Are Now Worse Off Than Before the Experimental Shots'

"Daniel Horowitz for the blaze dot com says the data is in. And we are now worse off than before the experimental shots. Now this is a thought crime. In October of 2018, the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg school of public health published a report that if one did not know better, Mike make readers think the authors were involved in gain of function research that likely created the Fauci virus. The report was titled quote technologies to address global catastrophic biological risks. Risks. It offers novel social control and mRNA vaccination ideas to deal with emerging pandemics. Whether naturally emerging or reemerging deliberately created a released or laboratory engineered and escaped, that could lead to sudden extraordinary widespread disaster beyond the collective capability of national international organizations and the private sector control. One of the many bone chilling sections in the publication Daniel Horowitz writes, provides a blueprint for quote self spreading vaccines. Describe his vaccines genetically engineered to move through populations in the same way as communicable diseases. But rather than causing disease, they confer protection. After noting that such an idea would violate the rules of informed consent and possibly spread allergic reaction, they add this shocking prediction about the challenge of such technology Daniel horwitz writes, finally, there is not an insignificant risk of the vaccine virus, reverting to a wild type virulence. As has sometimes occurred with the oral polio vaccine, which is not intended to be fully virulent or transmissible. But which has reverted to become both neuro virulent and transmissible in rare instances. This is both a medical risk and public perception risk, and the possibility of vaccine induced disease would be a major concern to the public. Daniel horwitz continues by saying, whether this vaccine actually sheds the spike protein onto other people, is still not yet proven. Although Pfizer seems to indicate it can spread through skin to skin contact rather than inhalation. But the principle of mass vaccination with a faulty vaccine making a virus both more transmissible is something that is hard to deny at this

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California coronavirus death count tops 70,000 as cases fall

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

California coronavirus death count tops 70,000 as cases fall

"California has hit a once unfathomable milestone in the virus pandemic the state has topped seventy thousand covert nineteen deaths most in the nation Johns Hopkins university's tally shows that surpasses Texas by about three thousand deaths in Florida by a thirteen thousand despite California's per capita fatality rate being in the country's bottom third and it's seeing the lowest rate of new cases in the country the national average of daily cases has dropped below one hundred thousand for the first time in more than two months daily deaths are about seventeen hundred down for more than two thousand three weeks ago Sager mag ani Washington

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Cardinals use Hopkins, stellar defense to beat 49ers 17-10

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Cardinals use Hopkins, stellar defense to beat 49ers 17-10

"The Andre Hopkins hauled in a difficult nine yard touchdown catch with five thirteen left to give the cardinals a seventeen seven lead it is seventeen ten downing of the forty Niners Kyler trusted me to give me the ball right there in this situation check it out of the place going to a one on one match of the refill or was favorable Kyler Murray completed twenty two of thirty one passes for two hundred thirty nine yards to help the cardinals improved to five in a row for the first time since nineteen seventy four Hopkins caught six passes for eighty seven yards rookie Trey lance finished fifteen of twenty nine passing for one hundred ninety two yards and one interception in his first career start for the forty Niners he also led the team with eighty nine yards rushing I'm Dave Ferrie

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Dems Blamed Trump for COVID Deaths but Now Won’t Blame Biden

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:21 min | 2 weeks ago

Dems Blamed Trump for COVID Deaths but Now Won’t Blame Biden

"I mean we've got now more deaths from kovic. Under joe biden's watched than trump's they wanted to impeach trump over coverted. Isn't it fascinating. Nobody is saying anything about biden's cova death count it's all trump's fault right biden. Said if he got elected president he'd fixed covert we covered would be gone and cure cancer. We'd all be skipping through the field holding hands singing kun-bae by auto each other all would be well. Well all is not well and now we passed a number. I forget what the number is is like three hundred and fifty thousand deaths in twenty twenty one. That's more than the deaths. In twenty twenty from covert glenn greenwald the journalist the kind of rogue journalist or renegade. He tweeted it's fascinating. How trump personally murdered all the people who died of coverted while he was president while biden is held responsible for none of those who died of cova during his presidency to johns hopkins. More americans have died from cove in nineteen this year than from the virus. All twenty twenty. You won't see a single campaign or a a a sandwich board protesting joe biden's cova deaths.

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"hopkins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:22 min | 3 weeks ago

"hopkins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I need to wet it down but you know why we should tell we should tell your audience. Yeah trying to wet it down. Because it's puffy. And then when you wet it down on your hacking. Jackie absorbs the water hiking. Chan- yeah. But i think you'll puffy hair is actually very good. Can i tell you something. I wanted to ask you since we have the time. Why do you dye your roots dark. I have to just to keep the authenticity of the blonde. It's interesting because i'm so genetically gifted. What with the blue hair Blue blue plastic blonde hair. People are frightened of my genetic gift. Is i know so wonderful so you wanted to live the common touch you die. The roots dr. I just so electric bearing velcro on the plane. People though i'm wearing a horse hair whole snow would not. This is true when i was a child. My father said you see that horse one day when that horse dies. We're going to shoot a wig out of it for you and you're gonna wear that with pride. I want you to get to know that horse. And where that wig with pride and that's gonna own wealth fitted it'll hold its value because it's horse here. What's what's violin. Bows out on getting serious horse here. I know i know your sense. You've you've done it for the last two hours of my life. I'm literally gonna trot down fifteenth canter. So have you ever been to. I was recently in saratoga springs to watch the horses run the hoses no kidding. They're the most unbelievably beautiful animals. If you don't believe in god and you look at one of these creatures you think this is just a i mean. It's it's a stonning. Actually but maybe i'm crazy Katie we have left. How can people find us there. An event bright link run fast. Okay fine me. Because i am in nebraska. Tomorrow that i'm in miami. And then i'm going to be in dallas and then i'm going to be in california. I am literally everywhere coachella. Where in where in california where in california everywhere. So i'm going to be in sacramento celebrating a group of restaurant owners. That have kept restaurants. Opened all the way through newer. So swell you should. I'm gonna be there speaking in a bunch of churches for my new book is dead when around the around that time around the last week. Maybe of october. Please let it thankful hamson biking i. I can't remember you. I will tell you this. There are a number of pastors in california. Have been utterly heroic. I bet you're going to see pasta. Tim thompson no. I bet there's another one. I'm going to see. I'm going to see jack hibs. Churn pasta tatum. Are you gonna set you up. It's going to be okay. She go actually. I'm not gonna jacobs this church. But i'm going to rob mccoy's church in thousand oaks. You were going to see pasta. Tim thompson. I'm gonna make it happen. He's my hero but people can find me on the road. My last stand up gig on the seventh of november. You have to be the eric and everybody in the crew seventh of november long beach long beach long in california. It pays good gas lamp. Then altoona boys that being funny but always have already seconds left event. Bright you're a journalist. A real journalist your mum your wife. But you're telling me you actual standup comedy actually. How do you do that. Just because i had to learn to be funny to bring other people. But how do you get these gigs. Just make them shit. Will my darling share a lot of will. i'm really. it's so wonderful to know that you're out there on our behalf on on our behalf. Katie want people. The reason i have here is just because they're many minorities who aren't aware of you. You've been so heroic and so inspiring and encouraging that they need to know who you are and they need to know there are a few us out there. Yes we're crazy and we know that they're in is is the freedom that people have died. You still have your second amendment. You have your constitution you have freedom in your souls and america is and remains the greatest nation on the face of planet earth because of the freedom. You have hard inside you. Praise the lord. I i'm just going to say see you soon. Katie answer.

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"hopkins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:58 min | 3 weeks ago

"hopkins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Help And matt sharp. Thank you so much for the work you do and for being on the program. Thanks for having me eric Either folks i'm not going to bring up exuma. Seborrheic or psoriasis. Have made it clear. I'm not a medical doctor. Can't help you please. Enough katie hopkins. We're talking about crazy. It's so much fun to have you here because when we're talking about the most serious things i have to joke because otherwise we would go crazy right right and that's paw so i've been on the road now here in america for seventy eighty days. I've been what does it you say you say. I've been written hard and put to bed. Wet rode hard and put family program. We can't say that the thing that you put your face your face looks like you've been that no but you been on the road to longtime and exactly. Your point is is what i'm trying to do. I'm trying to give side a reason together. I'm trying to give side a reason to laugh. Laugh at stuff. Laugh with me. Laugh at me because as much as there is darkness all around we have to find the fun and the reason. I have such joie avi being on the road and leslie is that finally i can speak you know. I finally can be on a stage and entertained. Two hundred people two thousand ladies. An audience fell room with laughter and joy for me. Because i can't do it in my own country anymore. It's it really is extraordinary. It's funny in the united states. Who are dimly aware of what goes on in england in the uk. I think many of us actually wonder i have wondered. How is it. Possible that the queen who is a christian a woman of common sense. How can she presided as she does. I know to some extent particular. Let's edit that. It's it's the kind of role that she doesn't have the power that a prime minister does but at the same time i would think that she has a bully pulpit. It's her job to to help. England be england. She has not seemed to weigh in on this. Can you help those of us. Who admire her to understand. What in the world may be occurring. And it's something. Americans asked me a lot is when they see the uk in the states. This people like me who are arrested for speech or lose your home or lose your jobs lose everything and it was the queen. Katie west the queen and she doesn't speak on this. She did speak out on the vaccine trying to push the vaccine saying it was people's duty to have the vaccine. That was a really weird thing doesn't get involved and it's argue to say should seriously though you can understand that in other words i can understand how she doesn't go down the rabbit hole of understanding. Why it's a bad idea to get the vaccine but on all the other thing is nothing quite quite quite silent. She joined the royal sign at think which is unfortunate because we really only have one. Generation of rules laughed courtesy of your export from the trailer. Park and meghan markle. Who almost singlehandedly has brought down the royal family. And i hold you accountable for that. I think of her as the yoko ono of our time. So she's it's so stupid. Look how can people find you because we're going to keep you for the next hour. The conversation will be increasingly substantive. I promise you because we've got a lot to cover here. But how can people find you. Katie hopkins. I'm currently still on instagram. Post pictures of flowers and things. Well i do a lot more than that. I can promise the on there. Okay people underscore everything undisclosed katie underscore hopkins underscore three underscores underscores underscore think underscore katie underscore hopkins into school underscore beautiful. I know you set off by underscores. We're gonna we're gonna go into our two and we're going to keep you for the whole hour. There's so much. I wanna i wanna talk to you about. I just want to remind my audience folks before we continue. We're doing a fundraiser. With alliance defending freedom. I promise you however much money you give to them you may as well be paying it to yourself. They're working for you. This is no hyperbole. They are the last line defending religious liberty. If they weren't doing this our futures would be the more bleak. I'm just saying putting it that way. Because katie hopkins sitting the more bleak. I tell you so. Please go to metaxas. Talk dot com. We really do need your help. We'll be back with katie hopkins..

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"hopkins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:40 min | 3 weeks ago

"hopkins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Seborrheic or psoriasis. There's not much i can do. I'm not a doctor. I don't know why you even asking me about this. I'm talking to katie hopkins katie. You're british journalist. You're the most banned woman on the planet. I was asking you earlier. What is it. I want you to be honest. Because if are asking this to anne coulter who's a dear friend she would never admit it's kinda like donald trump would never admit like yes. Maybe i shouldn't have said this. She doubles down. My guess is you're probably similar that you wouldn't say yeah. Maybe i shouldn't have said. I think it's similar that the differences i would say people always say oh. What was it that banned from. Just pick something twitter and you can't answer it because it isn't one thing because there's never a thing it's just that your voice becomes too powerful. Your audience becomes too big so at the point that i had my own column on met online. I was on tucker three or four times a week. I had my own radio show. You become too big okay. To tell the truth. This is beautiful. This is beautiful. Because i was wondering i was saying you on the break. I was this program. Which is i would think pretty anodyne. This is not like we're not fire-breathing you know and we were completely wiped off of youtube like just two hundred twenty thousand subscribers which is not monstrous but for us it's extraordinary and just completely wiped out the whole show and i think the final straw was we. We had naomi wolf on. She's was talking about vaccine passports. And i thought naomi wolf is a feminist. She's very liberal. She was in my class at yale. Just completely different in most ways but on this an amazing. She's been a hero because of that. I mean that was the final score but they had other reasons. But you said you think that the real calculation they're making is that you scare them become too. It isn't ever people will say. Why did they take off youtube. And actually i want to say it's an ignorant question but it's not the right question because the only answer is you become too big and your voice becomes to heard of things you're simply not allowed to say and those things don't have to be they aren't islamophobic. Or fattest or racist. Or sexist things. They're the simple act. Like in my case with my one of the first jobs i lost. It was the simple act of videoing migrants coming across from libya to our southern italian shores and showing. That was a ferry service that you now have at your border mcallen right and showing that that was when the wrath of the powerful to send it so it's never one thing in my opinion. I think you're right quite right so in fact it was exactly the right question. Wasn't it thank you. Because i wanted to hear you say i mean. I'm i'm glad you said that. Because i always try to understand these things and they are strange and no one talks about them but let's face it in america. At least this is a free country. And i always feel like i need to make this teaching point. We are free even to say wrong things. You don't have to be right. You are free in america to say stupid things to say wrong things now. If you care about truth you try to get it right but the idea that there is someone saying no. That's not okay. No that's implying something. I don't like this is horrific. This is particularly horrific in the in the united states. You've seen this in england for quite a long time coming. Yeah so when people talk about being canceled here and they talk about maybe losing youtube account or maybe losing twitter account. I cannot speak in my own country. I've been arrested for hate speech. Because of words i wrote a newspaper column when the truth. You were arrested arrested okay. Tell me why. They thought they were arresting you. What did you say in that column. That would i mean 'cause when you say arrested for hate speech. I mean what. What is that. So speech in the uk is not free. It's not free speech as identified as hate speech if they can identify something. that you've said is being hateful. Which in my case was saying that we shouldn't take any more migrants that we needed to put british. People are gonna edit that out. I can't believe she said that right. And then that trees becomes an arrestable offence. So i've been interviewed under caution by the major crime in homicide. Command they deal with the most serious murders in the country. I was interviewed by their officers accused of hate speech. I'm i'm practically speechless. This is no pun intended. I am it's extraordinary to me. First of all the term hate speech is meaningless. Like what is hate speech. I give somebody says that's a hate crime. Okay i'm murdered you. Because does it matter it is the murder. That is the crime whether i murdered you Because i hate the color of your skin or because i was just having a bad day or because you look like my first wife i mean why. When did this happen in england that this hate speech. This thing came into things legally because here. it's very reason. Yeah it was about four years ago for us and so they'll those laws have been creeping and keeping more and more towards the silencing of everything and as you will appreciate it isn't just they arrest me and film me being interviewed under caution and maybe i'll be charged. I maybe i'll go to prison. It's a warning for others. Don't speak don't say don't think it because we'll do to you what we did to her so really. I'm just used as a schooling lesson for other people in the same way that they just created a new law in the uk that if you perceive i seriously harmed you with my speech you consume me tomorrow that i wish i were in england because when you said you said you didn't wanna call my question ignorant. I knew you were doing that. And if this were a real country you would be in jail. I can't believe it. We have to joke about these things because they're so absurd. Because i think we have to show people that. Were not intimidated by this. This is absurd. it's so stupid. But i mean england has been creeping instruction for longtime friends with baroness caroline cox. Who talked about lady thatcher made her baroness. Because of her bravery in the early seventies standing up to the marxist of the day a word of time folks were going to be right back. We're going to keep katie for the whole two hours..

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"hopkins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:02 min | 3 weeks ago

"hopkins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I'm talking to katie hopkins katie. You're british journalist. You're the most banned woman on the planet. I was asking you earlier. What is it. I want you to be honest. Because if are asking this to anne coulter who's a dear friend she would never admit it's kinda like donald trump would never admit like yes. Maybe i shouldn't have said this. She doubles down. My guess is you're probably similar that you wouldn't say yeah. Maybe i shouldn't have said. I think it's similar that the differences i would say people always say oh. What was it that banned from. Just pick something twitter and you can't answer it because it isn't one thing because there's never a thing it's just that your voice becomes too powerful. Your audience becomes too big so at the point that i had my own column on met online. I was on tucker three or four times a week. I had my own radio show. You become too big okay. To tell the truth. This is beautiful. This is beautiful. Because i was wondering i was saying you on the break. I was this program. Which is i would think pretty anodyne. This is not like we're not fire-breathing you know and we were completely wiped off of youtube like just two hundred twenty thousand subscribers which is not monstrous but for us it's extraordinary and just completely wiped out the whole show and i think the final straw was we. We had naomi wolf on. She's was talking about vaccine passports. And i thought naomi wolf is a feminist. She's very liberal. She was in my class at yale. Just completely different in most ways but on this an amazing. She's been a hero because of that. I mean that was the final score but they had other reasons. But you said you think that the real calculation they're making is that you scare them become too. It isn't ever people will say. Why did they take off youtube. And actually i want to say it's an ignorant question but it's not the right question because the only answer is you become too big and your voice becomes to heard of things you're simply not allowed to

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The Real Reason Katie Hopkins Was Banned From Twitter

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | 3 weeks ago

The Real Reason Katie Hopkins Was Banned From Twitter

"I'm talking to katie hopkins katie. You're british journalist. You're the most banned woman on the planet. I was asking you earlier. What is it. I want you to be honest. Because if are asking this to anne coulter who's a dear friend she would never admit it's kinda like donald trump would never admit like yes. Maybe i shouldn't have said this. She doubles down. My guess is you're probably similar that you wouldn't say yeah. Maybe i shouldn't have said. I think it's similar that the differences i would say people always say oh. What was it that banned from. Just pick something twitter and you can't answer it because it isn't one thing because there's never a thing it's just that your voice becomes too powerful. Your audience becomes too big so at the point that i had my own column on met online. I was on tucker three or four times a week. I had my own radio show. You become too big okay. To tell the truth. This is beautiful. This is beautiful. Because i was wondering i was saying you on the break. I was this program. Which is i would think pretty anodyne. This is not like we're not fire-breathing you know and we were completely wiped off of youtube like just two hundred twenty thousand subscribers which is not monstrous but for us it's extraordinary and just completely wiped out the whole show and i think the final straw was we. We had naomi wolf on. She's was talking about vaccine passports. And i thought naomi wolf is a feminist. She's very liberal. She was in my class at yale. Just completely different in most ways but on this an amazing. She's been a hero because of that. I mean that was the final score but they had other reasons. But you said you think that the real calculation they're making is that you scare them become too. It isn't ever people will say. Why did they take off youtube. And actually i want to say it's an ignorant question but it's not the right question because the only answer is you become too big and your voice becomes to heard of things you're simply not allowed to

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"hopkins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:31 min | 3 weeks ago

"hopkins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Man with a shock red hair. And i thought that's fantastic and when i went back to the uk. I applied to be on the british version and was selected. So that's how i became a bit british version. it's is the donald trump of baton british. That was the perfect question. You would have to be. Boris right hitting. I watched the donald trump version of thought. Fantastic fantastic job fantastic guy. Bit brutal love that went back to the uk and the uk version. Sadly is a little bit. When i went used the word i would use is a little bit rubbish compared to the american version because the guy is out. Donald trump is just a small guy code lord sugar. He's not good. Lord sugar yes. That's my girlfriend's used to come on really lord sugar. We're not making this up. It boiled sugar. Low sugar lordship right. And i thought i would be kicked out somewhere in the middle and people would be oh she was a good egg. She was a good on. You know meet me and normally and instead i got to the very end and got offered the position and then i was like i cannot be working for this guy. Because he's mediocre right. I had other stuff to be doing. So i fight the boss and i twelve million viewers. I fire the lord sugar then. I become known sugar. You're out she'll get your fire it and for that reason you're out okay. So so katie. Most people if they do know you the you as a loud mouth yes rash. Yes nasty racist islamophobic horror horror end. And that's how we know you here and that's why we've invited you on the program. You you have a big problem you you speak the truth. And i've i've spoken the truth once in a while it slips out and people don't like that so what have you been doing more recently. I mean you've been in the united states here a little bit. Yes so. I come speak in the uk. We were just discussing this last night. I was out at new hyde park. And i haven't been on a stage or a platform in the uk for maybe four five years. I cannot speak in the who said that. I can't be on anything because they will destroy it. The last time. I was in a venue to speak on stage. They burnt the church down. You're kidding now. They bus in busloads of the types. You see in portland and they destroyed the place. They'll hunt down the ozo- you're you're a little bit like ann. Coulter only unfiltered. Yes and i actually do journalistic work. That's actually hilarious different. Imagine ann coulter unfiltered. What would she be like. Who knows no seriously. The fan kuta left a conference room. More comfy studio naturally reported the truth. That's not her job but you do it. And and but okay. So i indulge me we. We only have a minute left or less in this segment. But i want to know. And i am being serious. What do you think you have said. The worst of what. You've said that would make people ban you. Because i had a friend who is very politically different than i am but He he said to somebody like oh my and and he had katie hopkins on the program as though you know you can do a lot of bad things but come on katie hopkins so when we come back.

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"hopkins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:55 min | 3 weeks ago

"hopkins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks. i have to ask you. Do you suffer from eczema. sabriya psoriasis. Well is nothing i can do about it. I'm a radio host. The right so i don't know what to tell you i. I'm here to interview katie hopkins. I'm plugging myself in as you can see. I'm here to interview katie hopkins and the best news really is that she's right here in the studio look there. She is off camera and it makes me you know this. It just makes me happy to see you there. Certain people that just instantly cheer me up. You don't really have to tell me anything it's just you I don't know where to begin now. There many people tuning in who who's katie hopkins about. And so you could tell them anything. You could say an epidemiologist for horses and they would. We could just do that. There are people tuning in right now. We could say anything we want but in the interest of time that we're not gonna do that so we're going to tell the truth. You're british journalist. You're the most banned woman on the planet. Katie's true that's true. Tell my audience so yeah. Let's tell you audience. I should say with the horse reference. You just made. That's a weird recurring theme in my life. Now don't do a horse person. Well there you go you just doing it right there. So because i look and don't don't try and back away from this because we're okay with it because i look a bit like a horse like princess in exactly so people think i'm either margaret thatcher or princess on on a big hair day which you're brilliant mak- parts help with today. This is quite big hair. And i'm closer to god i'll come on. Let's hear your story yes. Do people think i ride. Because they're doing it. You just did it. I look a bit like a horse. Or princess. Anne and last time that i was in okara which i think is horse country. People were sippy. No i was ocala florida. Oh yeah you can check. Oh yes you so. People think i ride and even this shuffled drive was like. Oh so where do you ride. And i'm not i wrote. I just look a bit like a horse at that that's very self deprecating of you saying you look like a horse's like saying like okay here here are fifty slugs got them in the garden. You have slugs right and saying one of them. Looked like me more like burt lancaster than the others. Can you find that slug. She'll technically that's probably true. But really comes menendez clearing that up because you did look like. And i not no. I said because i knew where you were going with this. I noticed that today you've british just for me. This is why this is a hacking jacket. We're gonna we're going to get the hounds and we're going to go out so you know what it is you you i mean you're being very self deprecating but here's the my thinking i think that americans who cannot help but look up to our elder brothers and sisters in england. We wish we spoke the way you do. And we really do admire so much of your culture. So i think if you have an even slightly posh accent we assume your ride horses all these and your and you know what i mean i so do and also my americans are so darling about the british accent like my accent i can get myself out of any kind of trouble right or into anywhere with my accent and i so not that you can say roy naff off. I mean i wouldn't say that that'd be terrible and especially in that accent. I don't know what that was a hula job. That was that was a hooligans accent and gop. oh no no. I could do that but probably better. Not know so by name is katie hopkins and for people that say. I have no clue who you are. And that's my favorite kind of person. Isn't it because then you just normal. I am just normal. But i am and i introduced myself as a straight white christian conservative married mother of three children. And i'm proud of all of those things because those things are all the wrong things to be these days and despite never having broken law despite never having owed anyone any money or never having harmed anyone. Apart from my first husband was fine. I am the most banned woman on the planet banned from south africa. Banned from australia. Banned from wales. I don't have a bank account. After trump tweeted. They took my twitter no way. We're i think we're confusing categories. You i think part of what you're saying has to do with the covert madness right. You're not allowed to go to certain countries or something. Is that what we're talking about now. No i'm banned from south africa for reporting on the genocide of white farmers. I spent three months living on white farms in south africa. In any of your burr south african audience which you'll have plenty of most of my audience are bores. Thank you very much ladies and gentlemen. You've been a great audience. We're here down to three percent. You went down there now. Listen presumably your husband and children. Don't go with you. What what are they doing while. Mummy is facing a racist insurgents in the southern hemisphere. I'm old school journalists now. So i my background is initially in the military. I went through the rule. Minute trae academy santa's which is like your west point but obviously just better and they didn't make you ride horses. They did for come on on the offices. And i came out of the military to go into business and then journalism but in the old school of journalism when people used to leave their studios actually report on stories where they were happening. That's my stories. Those are my. That's my journalism. That's what i do right. And so how did you get your start. I had forgotten that you were on the apprentice so you were back before. Donald trump was just a gleam in the eye of the american. Proehl's i guess you. What year was that. I don't know. I was working here in manhattan. I was working on madison. I mean what doing on forty s. So i went into business consultancy and it was principles of mission command. Principles of the military brought into business life here. I lived in the east village on fourteenth. Just around the corner for five years. And while i was here i watched the american version of the apprentice with this great john..

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"hopkins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:40 min | 3 weeks ago

"hopkins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"When you get the blues catering glue hit a rock and roll. Because whenever i have in the studio i wanna talk about the silliest things i wanna say her maya gingell d- for example. I just wanna say her mind. Just because you're in england or are you familiar with the work of terry thomas. That's the kind of thing i want to ask. But we don't have time we. We have to be something sensible and mess about whether that's my. That's the fun. And if i can. Can i tell a fun story quickly or titles. Can you let see okay. southwest airlines. Have you been on southwest airlines now. Okay so at the moment because we're all non-human anymore and no one's allowed to have fun on flights anymore and no one's allowed to enjoy flight or travel we all have to be miserable and depressed. Cove it right. We will have to be angry all the time right. You're no longer allowed to order a drink on southwest airlines in case you enunciate your diet coke. Too much and you splash zone. You'll fellow passengers not a word of a lie. Your listeners will back me. You have to show which drink you want by gesturing. One two three or four and they hold up as i. I have not on south west. But i kind of had this idea in my head that they were the wild fun airline. They hold up a picture of drinks. And you're only allowed to order by gesturing. Now that's what we've been reduced and what will happen. If you say the first finger they do. They will dive on you with kobe. Blanket around your head you. In fact the other passengers as to getting very chunky. As well. Eric what they're getting very who's getting chunky flight. Crew's flight cruiser getting chunky chunky. Because they're not doing enough work chunky because they don't have to cova how chunky berry i just. I like the word chunky. I just wanna say many times to uniform trim getting very tired and starting to so eighth arizo you chafe polyester. Chafing horrifying static cash develop. Oh my what if these days one of those flight crews is gonna gesture at me in two thousand three c. An a lightning bolt is going to come out of their finger because the is a trysted. Okay so about australia where you really deported from australia. Weren't people once deported austrailia. You've done it now you've got it. Now we're sending you to that penal colony in the south you know that would have been me historically. Actually if i would say i would agree. Hundred percent been deported. You would've taken up with the maori man. And you know just started a new life down there mari. Mari that's aspirational. That's third husband. Stated they don't know what we're talking about here folks. I hope you don't go ahead. Katie go ahead. No one knows australia. So paint set the scene. I am offered to go into a tv show in australia. Called celebrity big brother. Have you ever heard of such a show good. Maybe i have. You shouldn't have because it's terrible but they basically look people who was ed listers idiots. We don't say dead here. In america we say z listers. Tell me what this. What do you call a drink at an airport drink. I would say we call it a drink drink drink. Yeah what do you call a drink when you get to thirty thousand feet in an airplane. I don't katie. What do you call a drink when you get to. Thirty thousand feet in an airplane is an american erin. Surely know that you call it a beverage. Yeah what is that. Yeah how is it a drink at ground level but when you put an american at thirty thousand feet. It's beverage beverage. Yeah look at your strat words. That are ugly. I've always felt that beverage is one of those words and you know some have to move. You live everett's it's like a narrow and it's like you could eat. Eat an apple beverage. Eating an apple gives you horses. Yeah but let me ask you. Though seriously the word. I am really into etymology. But i'm a writer. So suddenly i think of the word beverage and i want to look up. What is the latin nate rule. Yes i'm with everage on the break. I'm going to look this up because it's viva mustn't no no it's different there. It's french latin bevere. But i can't remember what this comes from. I think we'll go to sandhurst coming back to australia. And i'm going that stupid show. And so i'm allowed in. Let's bear mine. Thirty five thousand. Australians currently are separated from their own families. You cannot leave australia the island you cannot return to it nor have you been able to two hundred and fifty days. Mobile has just entered the longest lockdown in human history. Two hundred forty eight days today. It's despicable what they're doing to their own people from nine pm to. Am the locked in their homes. They're not allowed. This is not a word of a lie more than five kilometers from their home address than not allowed out more than once a day for one hour. This is now. this is inconceivable to me. How can they put up with it. Why do they put up with it. I mean in america. I think we'd flip you the bird. Second amendment. I just can't imagine how a by what right do they tell people how to live your listeners on your views..

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Katie Hopkins Is the Most Banned Woman on the Planet

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:24 min | 3 weeks ago

Katie Hopkins Is the Most Banned Woman on the Planet

"By name is katie hopkins and for people that say. I have no clue who you are. And that's my favorite kind of person. Isn't it because then you just normal. I am just normal. But i am and i introduced myself as a straight white christian conservative married mother of three children. And i'm proud of all of those things because those things are all the wrong things to be these days and despite never having broken law despite never having owed anyone any money or never having harmed anyone. Apart from my first husband was fine. I am the most banned woman on the planet banned from south africa. Banned from australia. Banned from wales. I don't have a bank account. After trump tweeted. They took my twitter no way. We're i think we're confusing categories. You i think part of what you're saying has to do with the covert madness right. You're not allowed to go to certain countries or something. Is that what we're talking about now. No i'm banned from south africa for reporting on the genocide of white farmers. I spent three months living on white farms in south africa. In any of your burr south african audience which you'll have plenty of most of my audience are bores. Thank you very much ladies and gentlemen. You've been a great audience. We're here down to three

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"hopkins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:18 min | 3 weeks ago

"hopkins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I oh man. I just realized this is tuesday. it is and on tuesdays. I don't plug in my my thing. I don't want to hear my. Yeah lugging your thing. That's we Yeah you've got some exciting news. It's always a challenge. Where do you go first. Okay number one. let's go. let's go number one. I was at cornerstone chapel in leesburg virginia. A couple of days ago. And i was talking. I'm going to be doing practically incessant talking about the subjects of my new book. Is atheism dead. This new book. Yes the new book. The new snake biting its tail. Yeah we're boras. I've been reading it on the train on the way in and on the way back really exciting stuff work. We need you okay. So but i've been talking about it a lot and as a result of of speaking at cornerstone chapel. They stream a lot of their stuff. I mean they stream everything so people watch it from home. A lot of people watch it from home. Don't even live there. But i'm begging people to preorder the book. I've done that. I will eventually stop doing that because the book will be out. But you can't preorder the book. Once it launches launches october nineteenth. And i'm saying to you ladies and gentlemen. I need your help. I've been canceled from youtube. Totally hardly anybody gets canceled from youtube. I feel like it's a special badge of honor but we need your help because it's hard to to reach people and if you listen to this program you think well it's not hard you i hear you day well beyond this program. It's very hard to reach people. So we're asking you if possible the pre-order it there you can pre-order it from anywhere. A lot of people go to amazon. Now if you wanna be on the launch team you. I think you have to go through amazon. But the bottom line is go to eric. Metaxas dot com. You'll see all the links to launch team to pre ordering. Some of the preorder links are so cheap fourteen ninety seven. It's forty five percent off. But i say this because the other day when i spoke at cornerstone the preorder 's were so impressive. I guess people watching me talk about this that the book broke into the top one hundred at amazon. That's amazing it's two weeks away. Two weeks from coming out broke into the top one hundred. I keep saying this. I'm more excited about this book than any book i've written. That's not smoke blowing. Smoke their stuff in here. That i think is just going to astonish some people. You can look into it yourself. It's not like i say. Hey what do you think. I'm giving you the fact. The crazy stuff about water alone is amazed. Have you read that. Yeah i'm into the water part. Yeah you're gonna have to me because i'm it is and you feel like this is science. They should be teaching this in schools. -cations point so strongly to god that i think people get creeped out. They don't wanna go there. No don't want to pretend we're in a second. You gotta stop pretending folks. It's time it's time all right. So i have to say this. I've been doing tons of media. Some of it prerecorded for when the book launches on october nineteenth. Yesterday i was on with sebastian gorka. Salem colleague live yesterday. Great guy Prerecord jennifer ls which is going to air this thursday anyway. It's exciting one more thing. Dennis prager and i didn't event not long ago. It is online. We did it. It in chattanooga. Yeah you saw it. Yeah it's it was fascinating both of you were just spot on with your comments and your your humor five stuff thank you. i'm gonna. We posted it at our when we out the email to those of your sign up for the newsletter. If you're not senator for the newsletter what are you thinking. What's wrong with you people. he's eric. Metaxas dot com. Sign up for the news. I i'm serious. It's like there's stuff that yeah i know. I just think when. I think all the stuff that people watch that. It's not quite what they're looking for folks. We're doing our best to get you. High quality guests and information of the thing that i did with dennis. Prager is one of the best things i've ever done. He is an absolute hero. Which i think you know speaking of absolute heroes. Katie hopkins remember her. Oh yeah little. British girl. The girl i remember her. She's going to be on this program and a couple of minutes a studio right where i'm sitting. That's right come in here. And she's taken over. She got all dressed up so then she is going to be right here in the studio all dolled up. Do they still dolled up. All gussied up. There you go. That's what we say all gussied up. Yeah okay we've got to do some serious bits of business here today at some point. I wanna play an interview. I did with matt sharp of atf. The alliance defending freedom folks. I'm gonna say this bluntly as i can for time. People want to know what they can do to help things. In america things. America as we know are going insane. They're practically insane and everybody knows it. And i want to remind you that those of us who are still saying no that things are going insane. I am convinced. God's hand is on this country but that doesn't mean we don't do anything we pray and we act in any way that we can One of the ways in which we can act. And i say this sincerely this is not some goofy segue the alliance defending freedom. They for free take cases to court of religious liberty. The kinds of things that you read about all the time you're horrified. How's this happening. They take these cases to court and they almost always win their lawyers work for infinitely less than they could get working someplace else. They are sacrificing their doing great things. And why are they doing well. They're doing it to be blunt for you and for me They don't get much out of this except they believe it's the right thing to do. Religious liberty is under attack. Like never before now again. That sounds like a cliche. I've been hearing that ladies and gentlemen. That is a fact. If you can do anything please please please. We need your help. We need people to be generous. You have.

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Caller Talks About Needing to Study Natural Immunity

Mark Levin

02:09 min | Last month

Caller Talks About Needing to Study Natural Immunity

"So I've done what the U.S. has failed to do since COVID began in the country in February of 2020 And I've had two antibody tests over the course of four months The antibodies going strong first infection February of 2020 than December just a more mild one And really working to get natural immunity accepted for these mandates which again we don't have time to discuss how future those are to begin with But spectrum health in Michigan is actually one of the first hospital systems who've accepted it on a temporary basis I read that More employers should do it Yes John Hopkins And I know you know Marty makary has been on I don't know but I know who he is Bear actually I'm joined a natural immunity study with them which is now full And it's the first one in the U.S. through Johns Hopkins Wait a minute are you a doctor No No I joined it as a consumer Oh as a patient Now yes Jimmy saying why aren't we doing natural immunity studies in the U.S. I keep banging the drum on this thing They keep talking about the unvaccinated but it's interesting how they don't make a distinction No so natural immunity going strong now since February of 2020 And the interesting thing is my lightest antibody test which I actually got from LabCorp because surprise surprise Red Cross doesn't do those automatically anymore which is crazy But the results got sent without my permission to our community health department who then translated the positive antibody test into guess what A positive COVID test and sent me an order to quarantine or else So I've had some great conversations with our health department this week Going through a forensic I get the point and you're exactly right And if somebody has the antibiotic look that is really studies says it's 27 times more effective That's a lot

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Trust Science? Without Science We Wouldn't Have COVID-19

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:24 min | Last month

Trust Science? Without Science We Wouldn't Have COVID-19

"You make science the ideal and you don't really know what you're using science for then you're going to do all sorts of goofy and nature pushing experiments halfway around the world. Because you think that you can reengineer human beings that is a belief that came out of johns hopkins back in the eighteen seventies. It's this police. German historicism that human beings are not made in the natural order or a natural law. But if we look through microscope if we got enough smart people in a room we can reengineer you. That's how you get these sociopaths. That run the cdc and nih that that quite honestly are incredibly dangerous given the amount of power they have and they they believe it's their life mission. Not just the control you. That's that's part of it. it's to reengineer you. It's it's that. Human beings are not made in a certain way. Is they say oh you try and stop me. I'm going to change human behavior. We're going to change human dna. That's the whole idea of how this entire virus came and this we have to trust science. Yeah without science. Wouldn't have this virus meaning that the way that science science has been operating. The western world is not science to be able to protect human equality as we know it or natural liberty or god or deigned liberty now. It's the tried to have mass social control and to try to make you comply and let me just say one thing about the vaccine. I'm not getting the vaccine and there's nothing you can say that will make me and if you chose to get the vaccine. I'm not like a vaccine. Shame or i don't do that. Everyone makes their own decisions and mark. You had a great segment on that where they tried to call you anti vaccine even though you took the vaccine the point is this though. We all know what's really going on here is that they are now circling the unvaccinated which i am a member of and they are going to use every single form of corporate power mythic ridicule mockery governmental power to try and have a trial run for. What's coming next. This is the frontlines of the most important issue in our time. Are we going to allow on elected unknown and unchecked bureaucrats in the fourth branch of government to be able to comment in direct concert with the top one hundred companies and go after people's deeply held medical decisions or we actually going to push back against. This is the question of our time and quite honestly a lot of republicans have been playing ball for this for parts too

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Hopkins Converts 2nd Chance, Washington Beats Giants 30-29

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Hopkins Converts 2nd Chance, Washington Beats Giants 30-29

"Dustin Hopkins kicked a forty three yard field goal as time ran out to give the Washington football team a thirty to twenty nine win over the giants the game winner came after Hopkins missed a forty eight yarder but the giants were called for an offside penalty giving him another chance Hopkins kicked five in the game his counterpart Graham gonna also had five the last one but the giants in the lead with two minutes to play but Washington quarterback Taylor Heinicke led the team on a fifty yard drive to set up the game winner we knew that which anyway to get a field goal and we practice situation what practice so that the guys are ready and for to come to fruition for us to accomplish that goal in a game it's was huge Heinecke threw for three hundred thirty six yards and two touchdowns Greg heist Landover Maryland

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CDC Director Says Unvaccinated People Shouldn’t Travel Over Labor Day Weekend

CNN 5 Things

00:14 sec | 2 months ago

CDC Director Says Unvaccinated People Shouldn’t Travel Over Labor Day Weekend

"Unvaccinated americans not to travel this labor day long weekend because of a surge in cova cases according to data from johns hopkins university. The us is averaging more than one hundred sixty thousand new cases. A day on tuesday.

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"hopkins" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

03:31 min | 2 months ago

"hopkins" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"Rather than the liners netting it out. I think he's going to be the kicker and i don't think they're going to put pressure on him with outside competition before the opener. Anybody that they can bring in now. They probably feel like maybe they can bring him in after the opener. After the first week of the season they need somebody to kick twice in five days at home on field. He's used to it. He also gives them what they want in terms of kickoffs that the other teams gonna start at the twenty five yard line more times than not without an opportunity for a big time. Return it's such a fine line. There was a lot of mental gymnastics with that answer from him. There's just such a fine line with kickers with talent. And he's got talent They are you know a couple of made kicks in a row from a big time role and hitting eighty five to ninety percent or higher with no miss. Pat's and hitting every clutch kick And then you know if everything is just a bit off he can have a seventy eight percent year and miss a lot of big kicks including you know couple of pt's I think they're going to ride it out here with hopkins to start But he was clearly on my list of things That i didn't love from last night. Even though he came back and made the forty eight yarder Also on the list of things. That that i didn't like peyton. Barbara had a rough night. I don't know if he's going to make the team or not. I have no idea. They love him in short yardage but he missed a key. Pass block opportunity One of those Pressures a quick pressures on kyle allen with the bullets pressure was patrick queen. The the first round pick From a year ago. Um that blitzed and barbara just whiffed on them. I thought patterson did a better job. during the preseason pass blocking i dunno if barbara is going to make the team wouldn't surprise me if he doesn't And they go with gibson short yardage or maybe patterson's the guy they look for on short yardage. Anne patterson is similar gibson and similar to mckissick. He's got you know the inside the tackles running ability even though he's smaller and he's obviously got the in-space ability as well But i thought it was a rough night for barbara. I thought it was a tough night. For tory mctyre. I don't know maybe that that injury that he had is ultimately gonna lead him to injured reserve. They like him. he's played well throughout the preseason and he had a couple of good coverages last night before he got hurt But that's essentially the list of things that i didn't like From last night. I mean obviously. They gave a bilotta yards and they gave up gashed. Big gash plays big chunk. Plays to the ravens. But it's so hard to evaluate that stuff As far as the fifty three man roster. Let's take ron At his word that four to six spots were determined last night. I guess we'll find out who they are Tuesday at four. I'll have more thoughts potentially on that on the fifty three man. I'm not going to do fifty three man. But maybe some of the key battles Battles for final spots tomorrow show but that was essentially the list of things didn't like i don't think i'm missing anything else Few more observations when we come back and a quick thought about one of the college football teams that played yesterday And the state of their program Right after these words from a few of sponsors when simplisafe home. security's founders chad eleanor. Lauren's design their first security system in their kitchen. They did it for a very personal reason. Their friends had just had their home broken into. They were struggling to find a security system. That would simple. The setup would make them feel safe again..

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"hopkins" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

02:15 min | 2 months ago

"hopkins" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

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"hopkins" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

02:25 min | 2 months ago

"hopkins" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"Number two. I think he catches the ball. More cleanly and i think he looks like a guy that is better after the catch than a g g what aig does give. You is big time size and a real good job of using his body. You know As a receiver In front of a defender. But i don't think he always catches it so well and i don't think he looks like a major threat after the catch But he would be you know if they were in a bind. He's a hell of a red zone. Six-foot-four-inch target i get it. I mean it's you know it's splitting hairs here. But i don't know there's something about milne That i like and something about g g that i don't love but it's hard for us to make that decision we haven't seen any of these people in real games with real stakes Tress ways on the list of things that i liked. I mean come on man the dudes already in in regular season form. It's amazing. he's entering his eighth season here. Eighth season you know. We were talking about dustin hopkins in how long he's been here and we'll get to him in a moment Trust ways have been here. This is his eighth going on on his eighth season in washington and coming off his two best years and look. They've needed him a lot. Obviously in the last few years because they've punted a lot It would be nice to see washington. Be you know. In the middle of the pack in terms of how many punts they have as a team I'm looking up the number latte from last year. I wanted to see where they Were they ranked in terms of total numbers of plants. I think it was pretty much. It was close to the top I think it was. Maybe it wasn't pulling it up right now. They punted last year seventy three times and it looks like only the jets and the jags punted more often than washington last year. Seventy three months and sixteen games. It'd be nice to be in the fifties This coming year Hopefully the offense can provide that opportunity. By the way i think the international player Badeah david badeah. I thought he showed pretty well. Had a sack had a deflected pass to the evid deflected extra pointer field goal to i think in the game wasn't paying Super close attention When it got to that point in the game all right. Those are the things that i liked. I'll get to the list of the things that i.

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NFL Wide Receiver Rankings 2021

Fantasy Football Overtime

03:59 min | 2 months ago

NFL Wide Receiver Rankings 2021

"Football is right around the corner today. We're going through our consensus wide receiver. Reggie everybody likes wide receiver. Don't they wide receiver right gang. Judge go this is a big one guy. You can win your drafts with a lot of these wide. Receivers that we're about to talk about even if you drop them round one and round two and round three. Yes you certainly can. But we'll get to some. They can get much later. That are going to provide a lot of value in two thousand twenty one year. Yeah i can honestly say that. The one draft strategy to draft chinese. I've never taken a quarterback around one. And i have not taken a wide receiver in round one of any of my drought so far even super flex even supervise just getting. We just got some breaking news on sleeper that darryl henderson was injured in practice not return man would that be a huge injury to the rams funk season is funky town yeah davy jones. One of 'em jake fog or just a staffer. The woods cup higby season all adds to a man there on. Oh i hit. He's not gonna do me dirty two years in a row. That was a a when you're saying he is buy his jersey. If you finish for you. Oh i think i have to. That's too bad center role egg. I mean i. I don't own for that would be the economic shared the name first letter of the last name. I think it's a lot gusting at speaking injury. In preseason at all the things what are some preseason thoughts on wide receivers anything standing out or any injuries standing out anything. We should be on the lookout for as we get closer to the season. Starting all it's been kind of interesting like if you go to. Espn and just look. At the wide receivers. Half of them are listed as questionable. We're still a couple of weeks away from the season. So it's not overly alarming at this point but there are some injuries that are more alarming than others. That will get shortly. But let's start with our top wide. Receivers are we have devante adams tyreek hill stefan big calvin ridley the andrea hopkins and aj brown rounding out our top six. Which one of these guys do you wanna talk about. I think we could talk about devante. Adams tyreek hill. Just be as. I think i flip flop though is at least thirty times this off season gone back and forth between the two especially with rogers coming back. I don't wanna put davante adams at number one. You know contract year roger. They're going to go the big last dance. He's going to have all of the targets that he wants think he can get two hundred targets in a season. I don't but i think he's going to pace wide receivers when it comes to target. So i have devante adam just my number one. As well i think the touchdown potential. He is the favourite to lead the league in receiving touchdowns this year. Aaron rodgers coming back. That chemistry is as good as any quarterback wide receiver in the entire league. Yeah i had tyreek hill number one until aaron rodgers. I made it official that he was coming back and then davante adams shot right back up to number one. I have devante at number two tyreek at one. Like i said i flip flop all over but even as projections. I have devante adams at one hundred and sixty five targets. And i think that's conservative to be honest. I think it is still i. I got about one seventy five. Yeah i don't think he comes anywhere near two hundred I have team range. That one one sixty one seventy i. I also kind of a little bit worried. I think this offense could be worse than it was last year and cobb amari rounders are two factors that they did not have last year. That are legitimate receiving options. I do think that devante adam. I'm not gonna say this. I think he could actually Kind of disappoints fantasy owners this year. I'm not projecting it that way. But i see the path to it happening this year. Unlike in yourself.

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There Is No Evidence To Support Children Wearing Masks

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | 2 months ago

There Is No Evidence To Support Children Wearing Masks

"As many of you know. There is a craze to try to abuse our children by putting masks on them now. There's no evidence to show that. Children are at a significant risk of catching or dying from the chinese dying from the chinese corona virus or even super spreading it. A study done by dr maccari in conjunction with johns hopkins university published in the wall street journal studied forty thousand students who contracted the chinese corona virus. He found zero deaths zero deaths. The only children that are dying are ones that had pre existing health conditions comb abilities. That had leukemia or significant breathing. Issues we do know the effect that asks have on communication and being able to empathize with one another arizona. The state of arizona governor doug ducey signed a good bill into law recently. He signed a bill into law. That made it illegal. For school boards to mask. Children scottsdale unified school district. Made a promise that this would be a mask. Optional year scottsdale scottsdale unified school. District is a microcosm. What's happening across the country. Your leaders don't care about you. These people in charge were mask list at an indoor event called westworld and scottsdale two days after the cbc gathering so they can go mask list to restaurants but children that they oversee. They must wear masks at the scottsdale unified school

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NIH Director: Unvaccinated Are 'Sitting Ducks' for COVID-19 and Delta Variant

Here & Now

02:01 min | 2 months ago

NIH Director: Unvaccinated Are 'Sitting Ducks' for COVID-19 and Delta Variant

"Sitting ducks. That's how national institutes of health director francis collins is characterizing unvaccinated people in the us as the delta variant continues to spread here. Is this weekend on fox news. So i will be surprised if we don't cross two hundred thousand cases a day in the next couple of weeks. And that's heartbreaking considering. We never thought we would be back in that space again. But here we are with delta variant. Which is so contagious. And this heartbreaking situation where ninety million people are still unvaccinated who are sitting ducks for this virus. Sitting ducks presumably. Meaning they will catch it. We know the delta variant is more infectious but is it also lethal and if it is for whom dr david doughty is an epidemiologist and infectious disease specialist at johns hopkins university. Dr doughty cds reporting record hospitalizations among eighteen to twenty nine year olds thirty to thirty nine year. Old forty to forty nine year olds. Basically all adults under fifty now while deaths among young adults from kovic are still uncommon. Are death rates going up in these groups. So yes robin deaths are going up. They're going up more slowly than hospitalizations. But we know that that's usually lag hospitalizations by two to three weeks for some so. We're expecting to see deaths climbing in the next two to three weeks as well and by saturday the number of pediatric hospitalizations also hit record highs. This is according to the department of health and human services it spike to over nineteen hundred. What are we seeing in that group when it comes to mortality rates. I think what we're seeing across. The board is that among those who are unvaccinated. The risk of getting sick and dying is as high as it's ever been right and so in groups like kids where vaccines are not yet licensed. We're seeing as you've said the highest rates of hospitalizations and deaths that we've seen since the beginning of the pandemic

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US Now Averaging 100,000 New COVID-19 Infections a Day

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

US Now Averaging 100,000 New COVID-19 Infections a Day

"The U. S. is now averaging more than one hundred thousand new covert nineteen infections a day a milestone last seen during the winter search the number of confirmed infections across the US had been averaging about eleven thousand a day in late June now Johns Hopkins university's tally puts the number at one hundred seven thousand one hundred forty three it also shows the number of people dying from infections rising to nearly five hundred a day as of Friday director of the centers for disease control and prevention Dr Rochelle Wilensky earlier this week eighty three percent of our counties in the United States are experiencing moderate or high transmission was delta variants continuing to be dominant circulating virus Johns Hopkins tracker puts the number of covered nineteen tests coming back positive at more than eleven percent still one thing going in the right direction the number of people getting vaccinated back up to more than eight hundred thousand per day I'm Ben Thomas

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"hopkins" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

04:40 min | 3 months ago

"hopkins" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

"I can't thank you enough for this. Welcome anytime good. Mike hopkins and the executive director of the maryland racing commission and of course That that means that means the interact with with allen forman on a on a near daily basis <hes> How do you. How do you not in in maryland with Well nineteen eighty. So we've been chiller for a very long time. Well and of course allan allan burst on the scene in nineteen eighty Speaking of the maryland racing commission and a notable hearing with counsel for the racing commission one thousand nine hundred. That's correct most other sports commissions. But yeah no allen sound television bursting thoroughbred industry for same as we promote his career. Pretty much all of this career. Now things It's been great huge resource huge resource for us and and Can't you know can't thank you enough for this mike options. We'll see you out there at some point right to see and marine. That'd be great. I appreciate it mike options. Everybody and there's a a tutorial For from from foale identification process to ray source and The original way it was conducted. And how it's being conducted now. Let's take the break here. Top of the hour. We're gonna get jackson anderson in here and let jack take yet another bow for upsetting a great one. It's it's uncanny. The calcium met success story. <hes> michael blow and later andy serlin off of the incredible incredible fundraising success yesterday at goofy golf he had Kirk wyckoff and The reports that jordan was was occur. Jordan The against the team of louis lazzaro and anthony veal and they raised. I an incredible amount of money. It was a mammoth success. So we'll let we'll let anti-thai and everybody was following it was really a tremendous idea and it's gonna become Clearly it's going to become a they summer institution the the miniature golf challenge. Something tells me it will proliferate you. Don't what's backed by the way near the end of the meet. The basketball the jack basketball game as well And we should mention to on sunday night. A huge success again in a very quickly organized fundraiser for the family support trust and Eighty something thousand with the silent auction and more so that was that was also terrific. Take time out come back. Talk to jack and mike blowing and Told you david. Walla chuck later as well with the exciting philly in ohio. Ama- devil two for two by a combined forty links at the races siriusxm stay with us. Apple races with steam vic on sirius. Xm radio there's a great story to talent. Pennsylvania only three states have produced more breeders cup champions in no state can match our performance in recent years since two thousand sixteen. Our numbers of mir's bread has skyrocketed unlike the national trend in this year's live whole report shows pennsylvania up over fifty percent why are incentives and bonuses are the best in north america. Please visit us at p. Brad dot com and see why pennsylvania is the premier place to breed them race by in the past decade equine become the premier equine supplement company in the industry because we spend millions in research and development before we ever put out a product because we only fta supervised facilities to manufacture for us because what we say is in them is in them because they work. Because if you're not happy i'll give you your money back because top trainers and veterinarians in

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"hopkins" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

05:25 min | 3 months ago

"hopkins" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

"The only first time starter in the field. You got to look at him. Emma mavi for breeder joe pagan home bred. Filly eight till one so eighteen twenty and that gets us to the nightcap and a wire job big band lucienne tony. Granitz out for breeder kendall stanley six to one. So what appear you go pick four paid nine hundred and forty three dollars and the pick five two winters of fifteen thousand seven eighty two winners the goshi aided and somebody that Straight fire pick six with all these and i. I didn't notice the what happened in the first leg of the pick. Six in the third race but Somebody somebody took down that that pot for twenty two eighty twenty two thousand eight hundred and forty dollars so some nice Some nice numbers at indiana looking forward to talking to bill. Downs tomorrow about the action at shelbyville. So there you go all right Turn our attention to mike hopkins and i joked that Mike was was clearly the go-to because when you ask people at barton and alan foreman who can talk to about horse. Id mike hopkins mike. Obviously obviously you've got a reputation out there. Good morning here. thank you to you could you. I appreciate this. Because i think what transpired saturday. And i'm not asking you addressed anything related to that per se But this is a topic that in honestly in fifteen years doing the show. We've talked about a lot of things. I don't ever remember having a a porce identification process discussion and it. It's i mean it's intrinsic. The you know the the everything that happens on the game and it starts when you know when these are foles. It's It's it's basic to the whole premise. Of what we do this is it always is the beginning and it's so important to make sure that when he sources do registered with jockey club. Initially that the right ones are registered and people keep track of them because if there have been occasions when horses get switched when they're very young Whether there are links or you're dealing and it's kind of like you find out when it gets the racetracks is that. I don't think that horses right doesn't seem right. But those cases have occurred The the process is pretty straightforward. You right when these horses are are foles At least What they used to do with them number of years ago prior prior to seventeen for for very long period of time when they were registered..

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"hopkins" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

02:45 min | 3 months ago

"hopkins" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

"Mondays are always panic-stricken. The million things to do but was it. I guess it was saturday morning right. yeah saturday. Morning everybody out that oklahoma and on the on the front side to wearing jackets. Five five thirty i. It was like it was like forty eight forty nine degrees that. But that's that's the. That's one of the appeals up here. it's very funny. It's one of the reasons the horses love it. We talk about this every year. The horses they love that crisp cool mornings and of course by by the first week in september. It'd be worth and crispin cool down if you want to. If you want an experience come up. Come up during october. And the forces that are still over the training and it Leaves change and got the fall sale again right they. They're back having that that fall sale. It's always pretty sometimes. They've had it on the grounds. I remember one year right. It was on the it was on the grounds one year. Not at that. I think was there was when they were renovating the the pavilion. So anyway i'm off on a tangent and and we're not minute in Lots to talk about and got some fun. I think we got the fun morning and have got Some ripped from today's headlines type conversation and in fact the the opening opening our in particular. Mike hopkins is gonna join us. I promise this. Yesterday mike hopkins. Who's the executive director of the maryland. Racing commission and after saturday's unfortunate circumstance. The the scratch pre race of of first time starter. Hp moon lacy debt and the number of partners that were just deservedly beside themselves. Made no sense. And after that i thought to myself this is a topic somehow in. There aren't too many topics around the administration of this game that we we haven't touched at one point or another and this happens to be one..

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"hopkins" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

02:11 min | 5 months ago

"hopkins" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

"The first lady january. I think we've got another one on sunday. The the seems to have a lot of gentlemen but the wants ringing common though very different people different artists from different genres. And you know they really love mulcahy open them so nice to meet even open his allows funds. Thank you so much. Thanks for having me and to all your fans. Please support any indie artists. That comes on here. Like i said we work hard to put out music and that's our passionate in heart and you're hearing it so we love it so we appreciate you a of a kind with today. I mean whether people will help not and the guy as well maybe someone. You're listening to the india. Chev- on horizon talkradio. Maybe could lend us your voice for will jingle there you get so if i could say like. Hey everybody. this is pamela hopkins from valona arkansas. And you are listening to horizon. Talk radio in your website on top of that. You'll be doing altogether. I'll send you a message that is. That's good thank you in the skype bucks. I don't know how to do that. I'm scott stupid. Let me just seen mile. But it's not osma Okay hang on pamela. I gotta. I think i found it music. Wage outlook dot com. okay. I'm sitting in my email to you there you go. Yeah yeah and if you do that. I will gladly send your radio promo for that. If you very much. Thank you to all the day you too bye bye bye bye..

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"hopkins" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:10 min | 11 months ago

"hopkins" Discussed on Pantheon

"Doug ever now. I know what you're thinking. It's probably the same thing. Robin wilson was thinking sitting there rubbing. His face is how on earth did this happen. How did we get to this. Point co ed. This guy was part of our band. You know he was with us. He eight grade and slept music. M that's going to be our subject for today and like i said when you say that someone has gone too soon or they missed out. We're talking just a hair's breadth and it's so tragic to go through what happened to our subject and just how it all played out and in the end we're really gonna show you the true villains in the story so special thanks again to christine for pointing this out to us. It was the opening of a subject. We're going to dive into now. And i'm going to tell the story warts and all it's memorial to the man who wrote songs that reached millions beyond his untimely death. And now we honor the life music and legacy of douglas owen hopkins born april eleventh nineteen sixty one in seattle washington. Doug is the son of parents. Nancy and lewis hopkins and it's unbelievable to think that's the most i found about his young life. There is nothing that i could find. That's documented about his time growing up seattle really all that stated is when he was very young family moved to tempe. That's all you get. So it's it's crazy. I don't know when that happened because again. The timeframe isn't clear. But based on what we get from doug there a few things we can surmise his young life and sort of how he developed his a into young man i is doug that was actually quite cheyenne insecure and he was described as quote physically. Awkward now this comes with love from a writer. I mentioned him in our. You know off. Recording dialogue about piece was written by. Brian smith of the metro times. Detroit which is just a blistering piece on. Doug hopkins incredible. Brian new doug personally. They travelled together. His account is really unlike. Anything else. And i will tell you. It's a bare knuckle article. It's language warnings content warnings. I will throw them all out there. But i'm going to suggest you read. The article. here is his description of doug hopkins. These overseas starts off with and again language warning. Here fucking hopkins. He had these long flat boat feet attached to long legs. His arms were long. his fingers were long. everything was long. He was tall in every way his mind move faster than his speed could take him. Clumsy is hell. is hasty gate. got him running into things and the guy couldn't see too well. He had a giant nose like pete townsend description. Doug hopkins i mean like down Super flattering but he did have one actually quite rare and defining feature in one of his eyes. He had what's called a fractured iris. Interesting which is not done by injury. It's actually done naturally but it's very rare. It's where the irish itself is actually split into two and has has two different colors on. It's awesome so it's kind of like a more exotic david bowie kind of thing. What was the hetero so so to two colours within a single our single iris. Yes oh wow. Nah i don't think i've ever. I don't think i've ever seen i mean bowie. Obviously has his the different colored. It appears to be different colored eyes and his injury but like i've ever seen a person with a multicolored single hours before that's interesting and it was really again extremely rare. Yeah i haven't heard of a case either. It was something that quote the girls loved but doug was extremely self conscious about it in fact in a lot of the pictures you see of doug. He's actually got his hair. combed forward. Almost ending is and he often wore sunglasses to cover them up here. Oh okay l. Day showed me a picture of it now. These are cool. that's not the much flattering portrait guy. Who knew immer was friends with them. Or whatever yeah yeah that's one thing we can surmise that doug was probably a bit insecure of the other that he was a just natural reader. I seem to cover a lot of people enjoy reading. Yeah doug was actually quoted in later interviews citing works everywhere from children's literature all the way up through poetry both classical and modern he actually sites. Dr seuss l frank baum. He said his parents had a collection of all. The al l frank baum stories we saw his headstone. It's in a own poetry. He had william blake lewis carroll and he even says that at the tender age of eleven or twelve. His mother gave him a copy of j. d. salinger's catcher in the rye to read. That's good that's good vote for an eleven year old d- but he he read it. He was a avid reader. In third was that he suffered from depression even as a child that may have stemmed from his low self esteem or a possible social anxiety. There's also some theories out there that doug may have suffered from from being bipolar however he was never officially diagnosed. So we can't say all we do know as he did battle depression and that would sadly continue throughout his life. What we do know about doug is he did go to tempe. He attended mcclintock high school. That's where he started music. He met a lot of people that will be key later on in his life. Doug actually picked up an acoustic guitar his senior year and started taking lessons but he had these big awkward hands. These long fingers so after a few lessons instructors Playing the bass and doug was like no but i'll i'll do it so he takes up. The base entered but but aren't law generally aren't long fingers helpful in terms of playing stringed instrument. One would think what i was saying. Was that having the long fingers might be detrimental to a guitar. Because you have to move so quickly that the longer fingers might be harder to jostle win where the didn't didn't hendrix have long fingers joe century. Onny i think has very long singers. They may have it. I think the thing was that With the base. Maybe it's because the strings are thicker. I don't know or something. Yeah i don't. Yeah i don't know obviously none of us as like a musician musician on on the furthest i'm and i'm the furthest of the three side so i mean whatever the reason that's the instruction he got he basically ran with it and it was actually documented that doug never went out on friday night when he was in high school he would stay home and play his instrument intra interested in go partying wrote songs so he started out in early age and he was pretty much focused on music and he met a gentleman. That's gonna come up a lot of course of his life. And that is mr bill lean. They were high school friends both interested in music but they clashed because doug was a big fan of classic rock. That's what he sort of rug with and bill was punk fan so the two we get back and forth and have debates and they even said around senior. They're like hey. We should form a band one day. So all thought nineteen seventy-nine doug graduates mcclintock high school in tempe arizona spite of what is labelled the gym shorts incident. And i couldn't find anything about this. Apparently something involving gym shorts happened with doug in his last like end of the school year and he was suspended for two weeks. Which put his graduation in jeopardy. If anyone knows the story please hit us up on social. I am dying to figure out what happened with gym shorts. Odd thing i know. There's there's nothing about it. I wanna know more. Yeah that's very interesting. So doug wanted to continue his pursuit of music and he enrolled at mesa community college however doug wasn't interested in classical music really what they're focused on. So here's a direct quote from. Doug i didn't want to be part of the lawrence welk orchestra. What they were teaching. Just wasn't relevant to what i wanted to do. They thought classical music was the only relevant music. So doug does. What anybody musician would do. He leaves goes to arizona state university in studies. There.

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"Hopkins team dot com and of course the bread and butter of our organization Doug Hopkins going on a crusade of a man you know what I'm actually just surviving get past this whole Christmas thing this is a great time yeah I'm glad it's over man you got to new years coming up and I'm excited for new years so you know who I am I've made a bunch of goals again this year and resolutions well these we gotta get up yeah so that that should last about two weeks into the year we have these long term goals I guess yeah it's it's it's going to be good we got a lot of you know two thousand eighteen was a fantastic year for for all of us and and we've grown quite a bit and it added a few people billing came on board this year I can't wait to see what two thousand nineteen has to bring so we have a lot of plans in place there yesterday and just drawn up hole road map of where to go what we're gonna do and still be exciting times better if you can see a lot of growth and because we're not grown indictment yeah so if ya gotta keep keep moving forward and everything is always changes specially the real estate world everything is always change that's the only constant is change no that's the one thing the trips me out as I always see you guys look and check it out the different angles of real estate this isn't just your normal traditional buy sell will listed for you you guys are actually diving in to find out how to make money and how to help other people save money in real estate that's that's what we do and I think we'll get to that in a little bit too I want to talk about that and and setting goals and everything else but the first one here from a from everybody okay have a look at doing here because you what's going on with them what's going on with Christmas house that was a Christmas guys it was awesome I got the whole lines family clan together we were not able to have dog over this time no no I was not invited this year when I know I did well I really do gene was scared that you were going to recruit every family member and I got the lights really weird for me it's really hard workers for sure and then we also have Kevin in the house right here from home financial yep yep we have actually did invite me over hi yeah Christmas Eve who did that was good time has been stuck since I met you in eighty nine you've come every year every single year my kids have never not spend Christmas Eve with because this ski family so that's an awesome traditional they know and I think I saw a Facebook posting to yeah so we do it and it's become a traditional European my girls take a picture and we post on Facebook and we got the we got for five years running now on Facebook that we do the same exact position serves I pose and throw it up there so now the better question did anybody get any anything any kind of family dust ups over the Christmas thing I did not no no no drama now we have a certain people that don't come over Adam this family here are really bad but I did get awesome gift to my wife I came home from work and now right before Christmas and she got me with those Papa shots that you see in the arcade gold we clean it like all night in the but not one of those cheap ones when there are ones that they actually have like at Dave busters yeah yeah like the real ones weren't where the the the basket moves in that kind of thing yeah so we we've just been playing that we put our high scores up there we're just we're concepts can the kid next door neighbor kid came yeah the results but that darn Simon comes over and it plays three times gets a high score seventy eight we were barely crack and seventy so with it for like and he's now we're gonna be that there will be eight seven I set out to Simon over there he he they always listen it's it's one of those things where okay with in our house and we play costly and and the high scores and a brass willing to play Mario kart with the kids and all the sudden the four year old beats me I'm like one thing which you got at least be able to be in school to be yeah well so any of that was your best you have dodgy anything cool you know I got it I got it makes Oxalis cool gifts yeah I got a a skunk rope he put it on it looks yeah it's got the head of a skunk and let the date on that one no no no that was my daughter's again I'd like to order some always given the great gift you know so they did it as a joke but that I got a nice watch get some give cars what not yeah it was it was really nice and and I got a autographed picture of Joe Namys which is really nice that's awesome somebody in this room gave me well yeah I tried but I was always I got the good turtle neck when you're in it did not go over well you know I here's the thing Kevin I've been exchanging gifts for the twenty five years you know Christmas and I always I go to Nordstrom's get about dice sure to dog I take my time look around get him get him some of the really nice and he would just outsource it to his wife mad that he would be would spend the time to go look for because you know my taste while his wife not knowing above or she knew I was a big guy could raise just is used to shopping for Kevin gets a skin tight turtle sweater I don't I'm not a fan of Margaret here I don't think she pick that out well that is worse than it's worse if you he sure was Margaret used satellite visual aware always isn't listening I wish I had a a word to describe it I I guess a a stuffed ham was with her coming up I mean it was it was bad it is so it what your I'm like man I just put a lot of time and effort into going down and find you the perfect sure and you get me this I'm like come on man if SO but this was in my defense because you should just be happy getting getting anything in my defense it was like the third year in a row that he got me a really crappy and I was like well I don't know if you've been trapped all yeah it was a thirty year old male he's got at least until later he's gotten a lot better no that was about fifteen years sometimes you gotta teach friends what's up I mean if you tell them who will you guys got a seat in a turtleneck though it was worth.

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