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Rep. Jim Jordan Shares His Thoughts on SPYGATE
"Jim Jordan, the legend, one of the most courageous and honestly effective members of Congress for all things that matter. And I'm so honored to have him with us on this breaking news day with the Durham information. Congressman, welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Good to be with you, Charlie. Thanks for all the good work you're doing. Thank you. So I'm just blown away. I'm blown away that we have now information that shows that Hillary was not just spying on the campaign, but while he was president. The floor is yours? Yeah, we'll go from there. Yeah. No, you're exactly right. And remember, when president Trump said it in 2017 they're spying on me and all the press and the Democrats said no, no, no, that's not happening. And then in 2019, we had the attorney general in the United States. Say that they're responding to a place. There was the basis for his concern about that spying. And of course, the press and the Democrats had the same reaction. No, no, no. Well, now we know for certain that they weren't just spying on president Trump's campaign, but as you point out they were spying on spying on the sitting president of the United States flying on the commander in chief of the United States. That is how bad this is. And what I think is amazing is, if you read the filing and then what's been written about it, it wasn't just tech executive one as jaffe guy and investment, they were communicating with Mark Elias. The top Democrat, the Democrat top election lawyer, the chief council for the Clinton campaign. He was in on this two to some degree. And I think that's telling because this is the guy who is now going around doing all the things he's doing filing election complaints and concerns against Republicans and the redistricting everything else. It goes right to the chief council of the Clinton campaign based on what we learned from mister Durham this weekend.
"jaffe" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast
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"jaffe" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast
"On us. Listen other station. we're gonna take your house. I love your pool and where it's at whenever you want we will. That would be really fun. Thank you guys for this conversation. And i really applied especially as a couple in self betterment. Having honest conversations shattering veneer pulling the curtain bag and being transparent especially with social media There's so much shine in there so much. You know Idealism giant section bypassing and so you know To talk real think is. I think it's important in needed. So thank you for for being that way in everything that you you nice to me you vanessa so nice to have the conversation with both of you and and thank you for doing the same. John i mean i you know i see you entering questions and in talking to people in a real way versus you know little quotes to drop you do that too but like it's there's a. There's a thing that happens in conversation that we all benefit from in the more zealand honest. We are what i found. Is that shame curtain drops pretty quickly when you're willing to admit your own false. Yeah thank you any last words. I'm gonna. I'm gonna ask you what your motto is a so a tim. Ferriss has this thing at the still tim. He has a thing at the end words. Like if you had to billboard what would it say so not as a couple individually so if he what would yours be and a d- what would be Think about this. Well you know this this one Expression keeps coming. Back to me. When i teach and i really work with women or couples or whatever doing this deep work one of my best friends told it to me after she did a training with someone on this quiet and they said the expression is like hold out your hands and in your left hand you hold all your darkness and all your shadows and all the pain and all your fears and all the bullshit and everything you've been through all that darkness all your shadows and then your right hand you hold all the light and all the love and all the celebration and all the beauty and the definition of grace is holding them equally so not one not one.
"jaffe" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast
"Which is we bring like a nanny or somebody like that to either sleep over or state midnight or one in wego to a hotel and we have like a whole half day to ourselves but those things are we do those offenders micro say like every six to eight weeks. We're doing a staycationing. Mike for ten years. We've done that. Because it's it's not negotiable. We that's where we find each other and oftentimes we don't even want to too busy or we don't we can't ground and we're like queen twelve hours. I don't feel like i'm annoyed with your. We're in a fight but we planned this station. We have to drop in and figure it out and so we've learned how to do that over time. And then you know maybe we're gonna fight him like okay. Let's just get a couples massage unlike. Maybe we'll be better after we're still not okay. Let's drink okay. Let's have some molly okay. Let's figure it out because we've got six more hours like let's find uses time. Let's find all the tools and we do and we just had our first go away since the baby was born. I mean she's little she's just she's not even eighteen months yet and we just went away for the first time overnight together like i've gone on business stuff. He's gone business stuff but it was like and it was quick. It was just one day you know but it was a game changer. All you need but don't you remember that for one day you go. This is why got together with the forgotten really like you a funny sometimes but i think i think a lot. We talked about this in the beginning. I'll just bring it back. We have so much people right now are going with the fucker they talk about. You can't do this. That's your parents. You're not allowed to do this. We have so much judgment for people. Having individual needs let alone couple needs while having children let me let me be clear. I came from a family. My parents stayed together till my dad died of cancer. But my dad cheated on. My mom left her. When i was eight never came back right after the my family was so avoid. Nobody said a word. I hit my dad from eight to twenty five years old because he left me and my mom and my sister after sleeping with another woman moving in with him for three days. That's not better than mom. And dad going on stations. Okay if my parents could have figured there shade out earlier on to figure out how to connect in ways that were good for them. My childhood would have been different. So is my daughter. Three years old really sad when we leave she really is and it really sucks for a day and a half after when we come back in. I'm sure we will work on that in therapy at some point. But i don't know that if sophie are at each other's throats or if we don't make it for each other that it's better for her so you you just like they they feel our love they feel our connection like people can judge all one and like i am like proud do. Md a route. I am roud to like play. Like i'm seventeen years old. I am proud to find my sexuality still at thirty seven years old with my husband around like those things that we talk about other. I don't need to talk about them. I talk about them. It's like whatever works for you do it. When no matter how weird it is do it. Because your your kids feel it your friends feel it and like that's the whole point to be in a relationship is to be happy to enjoy each other to grow and those are the experiences that allow us to do something like we were up at the wedding this weekend..
"jaffe" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast
"I could connect and we were on a plane. Sophie was trying to explain to me her feelings in how far she had the extent herself and she had the emotional reaction she actually sank into the feelings and was crying on a plane and it snapped me back into because we haven't had one of those things in years so it's not me right back into. Oh my job is not to protect my position here. My job is to understand hers right now and i think if i remember the experience it being able to snap into that created again safe enough environment it'll be processed needed a process and be held and feel safe by my partner because we're on the same team and not like it wasn't about defending anything it was like these are my feelings. This is what i went through and it was really hard for me if it like. It's harder for me to remember because it's been so long that the level of trauma you'd been through before we met and read in those things first of all. I traumatized you. Yeah within the first year of our ship and then you went through years of that beforehand. So you know it's kind of weird but you get to know your partner as almost like a symbol of themselves right have like a. It's almost like a baseball card. Who they are you go. oh selfie. She's this she's this old and she has three kids but inside. Your experience is so much more nuanced and it's so much. I'm sure to this day. Memories of your ex. Come up randomly driving on la because you went to this place you hadn't experienced luckily not but he does still come in my dreams like omni right. It's amazing how much of our body absorbs the trauma in logically on right. What's the book of the body. Keeps the scar score. Yep so vanessa. And i had sex yesterday and i'm saying that because we had this thirty minute window. I want to talk about how you juggle the kids. We have only one and we're like okay. We have thirty minutes. Let's you know. It's funny. Because i being a hopeless romantic i always laughed at the idea of scheduling sex. Now that the never going to do that. That's so ridiculous. And so now everything's in google calendar and it's also i to actually get real about what happened so he said we've got thirty minutes. Let's make out. And i was like don't do that. We've got thirty minutes. we're going to have sex. Just say we're going to have sex. Don't say we're gonna make out. Because i'm gonna get annoyed when you want to have sex when i you're gonna wanna have sex. Just say we're gonna have snacks and he was kind of dislike. Don't even know if you really started me. Think back to that where you're like. Well i don't want it to be so logical. And i was like i get it and right now with logical. We've got thirty minutes. We're going to have sex. Just call like me. I love it with three kids. How do you guys work in date nights. and how. how do you be alone are. we're not perfect at. It will not perfect this or that support that so few is talking about is paramount. Look you know what about the people that that don't have the support that can't that they have really..
"jaffe" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast
"Incubation of learning how to be in a relationship because we also didn't really have a lot of skills to communicate and treat each other in healthy ways because it wasn't model to us on either side. I also wanted to say doing therapy for this week. In all the stuff of course that's obviously work but also if you've done work on yourself where you have the ability to look in word not be defensive to a certain extent being in a relationship that is fairly health healthy is going to always bring things up and you could be doing work without seeing a therapist. I'm not saying it's as as as deep But there's always work depending on where you're on your own journey. So i think that if you're open and curious and non defensive if you have the ability to look inwards there's going to be revelations i mean weekly daily you know and that i don't want to minimize it that you know. I don't wanna say that's not work because you're not sitting in front of their for sure for sure. We needed trained professionals because it was far beyond our comprehension and awareness. But i mean. I've had. I have really amazing even girlfriends than my life that have been in my life since the beginning and they they know me so well and they call me on my shit and they mir back when i'm being defensive when i'm being not a good partner when i'm not being whatever my best self and it's important to have those people in your life that you can be fully yourself with and that will call you will near back what's happening and what they hear and see you dealing and we'll be like you're out of integrity so like what are you doing. Why are you texting that guy or whatever it might be. That's not the you that. I think you wanna be right now and that. Those are the only friends that i want. My life are the ones that i can be fully transparent with and the ones that will call me on my shit and and for both of us. It's a betterment of us and we are fully ourselves around our friends and we are fully we. We have to have that because of what we went through so that there is nothing. There's no hidden corners anywhere. There's nothing underneath anything so going back to your story. Ah di hi did you get your needs fulfilled intimacy all of that in sofia headed you learn to trust again headed headed that or is that also something. You guys are still working. Uh no i mean i think. Trust sophie sophie. Has this line that. I really love that. She trust me. Ninety nine point nine percent. And i will take that to the bank. Every day is actually calling. Need somebody to watch over my back. A little tiny bits of the. I don't take advantage of the full trust. But you know we talked so much about the give and take and the and the ebbs and flows of the relationship and it was the same with getting the intimacy in the way that i felt good about it. But can i tell the story but the store. So one of the things i said. I had a lot more sexual experiences soviet before and so we went to so few. I think actually might have been the one that suggested because she was working on. Trust let's go the sex shop in hollywood. Let's go to bill the pleasures this episode is brought to you by the food grade..
"jaffe" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast
"How do you know if you can be on the other side. And one of our biggest rules is if your partner is willing to do the work if your partner is showing up. And they're sitting down and working on the toronto. Prove you got a great chance but the moment one partner is stepping back. And saying yeah. I'm not. I'm gonna stay the same ugo figure out how to fix this. I think you might be doomed by the way. Let's put a little sidebar a star on. What do the work really means. I not popular term. These days in just reading books is not doing the work you know doing it doing a podcast or taking an audio course. That's not doing the work. You're talking about processing with a therapist. You're talking about the exploration of looking inward. And why you do what you do in following streams down to your wiring that right you're not talking about taking content. That's not talking about that stuff that you're learning and you're putting into practice in the relationship ideas to be clear about how much work we had to do so when we started we'll new at the bottom. We were seeing a therapist twice a week. A couple of i saw someone on my own use among young and we had four days therapy between us and we went to a couples group for recovery. Every sunday night religion nine years with is tears fighting every sunday night with a group of other couples and it was really safe. Everyone had been through cheating. We're going to start a really similar group to that by the way online and the next month or so much it saves us along with therapy and all of the work but yeah john i mean we were doing five to seven hours of work a week and that's i mean. Look if i think about it. John you've got the podcast guys have businesses. You got a baby like there is nothing in life that will grow especially in our grow quickly in exponentially without a lot of work. It just doesn't exist. I've ever seen anything that will you show up to it and you go. I really want this thing to work out and it just magically sprouts in the same thing as two of our relationship so when we started that escapism that i used to lean towards. And you know self you would just kind of shut down. That was both our version of not doing the work. We just didn't know what the work really was because she came from a place where it wasn't safe to do the work and i came from a family where nobody talked about. Feeling like feelings did not exist. You didn't have them. And we had to bridge that gap..
"jaffe" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast
"Sometimes that's true. The the natural default is drift. I think i think a lot of people think that relationship. Oh we've decided to love each other now. It's good now now it's safe. But because we're always evolving and growing and changing in who we were last week is not who we are today and so the natural progression of life does does kind of you know separate us and we have to actively like you said communications huge. I love that. And i want to put in there too that there is something to be said for. It's not even if you're constantly doing the work and you're showing up for each other. It's not going to be good all the time. And i also think that that's something that people like a misconception especially with we'll see us online and they have some kind of idea of what our relationship looks like right where it's like. There's an ebb and flow or like an expansion and contraction. That is very normal in relationships. And just because you're in a state of contraction doesn't mean the relationship over or it's going to be over your back. We were traveling back from a trip. We went to friends wedding. And we kept getting at each other's nerves on the flight back in landing and we'd just spent three weeks on vacation with the family and we. We didn't want to travel again but we have to travel to this wedding and so sophie said something that hit me really well outside allowed me to kind of reset. Hey i'm having a really hard time. I'm processing everything really. Well please just take it easy with me right now. I'm having a really hard time. Which was very different. Like she was mad. She very mad at me but she was able to own the she just having shooting time right now. So she's going to take it out on me. Because i'm the person she can take it out on skokie some water and the old me would have been fighting with her like show her that. It's inappropriate to talk to me this way. The current version. Especially because the way you said it so said okay. I'm gonna go get water. I walked inside. There was no water get sat down for like forty five seconds collected myself.
"jaffe" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast
"I always find like the wiring of the attic. Al-anon becoming like magnets. So it's not just like that you guys on each other attractive but there's something happening underneath that's a gravitational pull that attracted you guys see. I always tell people like there's never to people in a relationship. There's always four. There's two conscious minds and there's the to unconscious and we think were calling the shots but were yeah very rarely actually doing it right i. I actually don't think so. Just really they know us so well But there's might be conscious stuff going on I come from a divorced family. My dad wasn't around. But i do think that a d. was like the opposite of my axe and i was looking for kind of like how you said. Nfs to john. roy. I was looking for the exact opposite of my act. Someone who has grown up. Now i'm talking about what he looked like on the surface. Obviously there was other stuff going on inside. But he was a grown-up he was getting his. Phd he was well-traveled. He was intelligent. He was kind. He was text messaging with his mom and dad like was everything. My axe was not. He's older he had a shit together. You multiple languages. Haddish should together and agree to grow a beard with no confident. Could your grove yard But yeah so. It's like what i was attracted to right away was all those things that he was. It's just that we came to each other and we were still a mass like we still have all this unfinished shit that like. We had to deal with. And instead. Because i was so young and he was stolen twenty-seven i was twenty but i was a baby. I think to me the the danger of lightning in a bottle thing. That masks all the work. You're still going to have to do. Yeah because it gives the illusion in shoot so much dopamine to your brain that it almost becomes like the whole fantasy like oh. I found the perfect person. And then you realize that. There's yeah you gives you blinders all the other stuff. It's like right. I mean sophie was in a relationship when we start dating. Thankfully i had the wherewithal new start to say you have to end that released. We can't start anything until that ends But i had no i. I didn't know how to talk about the difficult things. I didn't know how to ask the tough questions. I liked her. I was attracted to her. We we had a lot of similarities in terms of our interesting things that nature so comic this draw and then on the other side you find out all all the potholes and all the gaps and all the bases where you're going to have to do the work now. I've worked probably over one hundred couples at this point of gone through our relationship. I've seen my family. I've seen your family sophie. I don't know that there's another..
"jaffe" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast
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"jaffe" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast
"I was in graduate school. So she was. An undergrad. And i was auditing a class that she was taking and Everybody said to us that was a huge lecture. Hollick one of those three hundred person kind of deals and they said that they slowly sauce kinda sitting closer and closer to one another Well so that was yeah. It was kind of that classic. Also one of the last times in my life that i probably was in a place where would just naturally meet people because after that if you like head down works out. I feel lucky. Who made the first move. We both claim each other dead. We both have we. Basically is strategically stopped behind him. Knowing that they do the thing they do in the first class where they say partner up in exchange phone numbers so we were sitting near each other and we exchanged phone numbers Joined the same study group elected in your stories in the first class. Like yeah like a couple of weeks and first few classes they start to partner you up and there's still strategy behind it. Though i like it. He added a strategy. She called me. Hey you couldn't pronounce his name. Because he was the first israeli dude. I've ever met. I was from really small town in maryland. And even though i spent a lot of time in la visiting my dad. I hadn't met anyone from the middle east so i was like a d. I didn't even try. I was like. I don't even know what you're eating within a few weeks. He's like it's time you learned my name. The ideas not a name that a lot of people in america know how to pronounce them. First half of adidas a dee death and he said What grade do you not wanna get in this class adid. Oh so i was. I was thinking wrong just in the beginning. You were like parting. Lanny out your clothes for an american man. It's hard i. it really helps. Because that's easy. Do most people know adidas. And if john you struggle with that because nobody could pronounce your name when you my name is charles and the teachers can pronounce the just call me chucky chucky till like the fourth grade but anyway so it was it in the me ask you this. Was it. lightning in the bottle. Was it like to is meeting across the room. Did you know instantly or was it on..
Debate Over Masks Continues as Children Return to Schools
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Porn Star Charged With Sexual Assaults of 21 Women in Los Angeles
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Hawaii Governor Begs Tourists to Stay Away as Covid Surges
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Wash. State Coach Nick Rolovich Plans to Comply With State's COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate
"With Cuomo's bill. Sports Watches football coach reacts to a new covid vaccination mandate WS You. Head coach Nick Rolovich has refused to get the shot, saying it's a private decision at today's football practice, though in Pullman, Rolovich was asked what his plans are now the governor Jay Inslee, is requiring state employees to be fully vaccinated against Covid or have a religious or medical exemption. Well, I plan on following his his mandate. Sure. Are you going to wait until the FDA approves the vaccine to get it? Or are you planning on getting it soon? I'm
Mercedes reveals Luxurious new S-class EV
"Aerodynamic car in the world is also electric and a Mercedes. The Mercedes Benz E Q. S. Has a drag coefficient of 0.0.2 besting competitors like the Tesla Model s and the Lucid air, freelance auto journalist Roberto Baldwin said. There's one simple reason for that. They wouldn't give us a target, but I think Targeting 400 miles and to get that they need, you know, you gotta you gotta pull down that drag coefficient. He also says the range helps Mercedes position the U. S. As an alternative to its gas powered flagship, The s class CS class owner's not going to be happy with 200 miles. You know, a lot of us are, you know 202 150 Miles. I think that's fine for everyone. But if you're an s class owner, you're paying a lot of money. And you're you're expecting the best of the best. The EQ s can be optioned with dual electric motors and what Mercedes calls hyper screen in place of the dash. Board. Plus because of that electric powertrain, Of course, you get the warm, fuzzy feelings of of saving the environment with tech
New York State Democratic Chairman Calls for Cuomo to Resign
"Is now calling on Governor Andrew Cuomo to resign. J. Jacobs has been a staunch Cuomo ally, but says his removal from office is clearly inevitable. Yesterday in New York, Attorney General's Office report found Cuomo sexually harassed multiple women in violation of state and federal laws. Nine year old recovering from what are
Seattle-Area Health Officer Warns of Highly Transmissible Delta Variant
"Changed the course of the pandemic. That's the word from the health officer in the state's largest county commas. Ryan Harris has an update. King County Health officer, Dr Jeff Duchin says the virus has thrown us a real curveball, in part because he says, the delta variant now more than 78% of cases, genotype is on par with chickenpox for contagiousness costs. People infected with the delta variant produced 1000. Times more virus. It's much more contagious than earlier variants, which means that people get infected easier and faster and are more likely to spread the virus to other student says that includes a rare amount to breakthrough cases, which he says usually result in milder symptoms but can still make you highly contagious. Duchin says. New Case numbers of quadrupled, But the hospitalization and death rates remain stable and that along with King County's high vaccination rate, or why he believes the recommendation to mask up indoors. I mean, we don't yet need to consider going. Back to stronger restrictions, but he says it requires all of us to cooperate.
Justice Department Says IRS Must Give Trump's Tax Returns to Congress
"Former President Trump's tax returns to Congress Lisa Taylor with more. That's according to an opinion from the Department of Justice, It said a House committee has a valid legislative purpose in going after Trump's tax returns. The former commander in chief has long refused to hand over his tax documents. I'm Lisa
Jill Biden undergoing procedure to remove object from her foot
"White House says the first lady is undergoing a procedure to remove an object lodged in her foot. Dr Jill Biden stepped on something while on the beach in Hawaii last weekend, the first lady going to Walter Reed Military Hospital in Maryland for removal, where President Biden accompanying her
Political Donor Ed Buck Guilty on Counts Related to Overdose Deaths
"In the drug deaths of two men. Here's Alex Stone inside the federal courtroom. There were cheers when the verdict was read. Former Democratic donor Ed bought guilty on multiple charges linked to methamphetamine overdose deaths of two men at his West Hollywood apartment. Prosecutors say Bach was running a drug in sex 10 when he was arrested in 2019. Buck was also convicted of enticing men to LA to engage in prostitution. The jury deliberated for 4.5 hours before returning a guilty verdict. Alex Stone, ABC News, Los Angeles, and when Buck
Firefighters Continue to Battle Bootleg Fire
"The cruise in Oregon making progress now against the nation's largest wildfire, the bootleg fire scorched scenario half the size of Rhode Island. It is 40% surrounded after burning some 70 homes.
Seattle Kraken Select Matthew Beniers With No. 2 Overall Pick
"Seattle Cracking tonight used their number two overall pick in the NHL amateur draft. To get 18 year old centre forward Matthew veneers from the University of Michigan. The Buffalo Sabres took Wolverines teammate defenseman Owen Power with the top choice. Overall, Both players are deciding whether to stay in college or immediately go
Oregon Bootleg Fire Grows as More Burn Across West
"APP. An update Now on wildfires around the Northwest, Gusty wind and prolonged dry conditions have helped Southern organs. Bootleg fire merged with the nearby log fire. Combined. The flames are currently the largest active wildfire in the nation. At last check the fire burning nearly 400,000 acres over the last 10 days, Extreme fire behavior has forced firefighters to move to safety zones. And crews are spending the day aggressively dropping hazard trees to help mitigate some of the fire
"jaffe" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast
"Com. One of their authors. Is a with us today. Dave jaffe. What's going on a day. Are you billie nice to see you. Thank you so much It's great to have you here. But i'll tell you what i was. Perfect prepping for this show i. I usually talked to try to give a little bio or something just to give the people a little background. I try not to make them too long because quite frankly people start get bored with them really quick but you have so much stuff. i mean. there's no way i could. You have quite the credentials when it comes to authoring in media and all this so let me. Just give the people some highlights here. You are a writer columnist a former chicago reporter boy that that's an area. That's really prime with the news. These days isn't it Humorist and all kinds of great things all kinds of awards Four year book. And that's what we're going to talk about the day which is titled sleeping between giants life if you can call it that with a terrier.
Most COVID-19 Restrictions Set to Lift in Washington State
"Now just hours away from lifting most of its covid restrictions, this says the state still falls short. Of a 70% goal of those 16 and up initiating vaccination starting tomorrow, restaurants and bars and other businesses can resume full indoor occupancy.
This Makes Cents: Yogi Berra Gets a Stamp Named in His Honor
"Friday night against the Chicago White Sox. And Rick and Alisa Hall of Fame catcher Yogi Berra once said, a nickel ain't worth a dime anymore. Well, neither a postage stamps they cost 55 cents for a forever stamp. And that's the
Seattle Kraken Name Dave Hakstol as Their First Head Coach
"The crack and have hired their first head coach? 52 year old Dave Hextall spent three plus years as Phillies head coach and most recently was an assistant for a young Toronto Maple Leafs team. Something crack and GM Ron Francis finds attractive. He's worked the last couple years in Toronto with a very young team and been a big part of, you know, they're sort of growth and progression towards having more and more success, so We think that all bodes well for him in this situation. Francis Hextall in Seattle get ready for the NHL Expansive, drafted late July. The Mariners are idling in
899 People Got Expired Vaccine Doses at Times Square Site
"Hundreds of New Yorkers are learning. They got expired doses of the Pfizer Covid 19 vaccine, the city's health department confirmed almost 900 people got expired shots at a pop up site in Times Square, and officials are now notifying those involved and telling them they need to get another shot as soon as
"jaffe" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored
"My grandmother always said free is free. Advice is worth what you pay for it. That's why people don't follow it. We're going gonna have to start charging a dollar a program. That's right jaffe. Thank you so much Mostly always a pleasure. And i wanna i wanna make sure you you the thank justin. He's he's a gym. He's to get along with and he responds appropriately and quickly so Thank you for today and ladies and gentlemen. We have been speaking with dr russell jaffe. And if you don't remember as the different websites like perk alissa j f f e wrote dr russell jaffe. It'll get you to those sites. Take a look at the predictive bio they download his free book On five str- Strategies of five key strategies to help your patients in your practice. But it's there for it's a easy read it's it you'll understand it and I you know if I i just can't wait to have him back again. He's a wealth of knowledge and we always learn something. So that's the thank you so much. You're most welcome. It's a pleasure to be with you guys and next time i'll tell you the story about my mother being a jazz musician and trading her summer saxophone for me. Oh my they. I can't let you go now. Because i have to tell you about a fellow was driving in in arizona and he picked up a An indian and And he and he had a bag on the seat and then finally the indian say. What's in that bag and The as a bottle of wine for my wife and the india said good trade in the in the spirit of folks laughing. This is very good. Thank you again. We'll be in beijing. We'll schedule some topic of interest. Okay thank you you know. You always learn something gentlemen. And it's really great and he just he knows everybody. Jerry wow yeah and and you know. He knows the right people. And i'm so happy that he mentioned about the genome. And i think one of the biggest games out there in medicine today You know the tests are not cheap and then they they subject because i we had a friend years ago she went. And had you know oregon's remove based on that door tested. I tried to talk to her. But you know. What can i tell you. It's just no medicine for on this as they say no chance. What they they're putting a position fear and that's right. You know the if you don't have this breast removed or you don't have your ovaries out..
"jaffe" Discussed on It's Quite A Living
"Plans and the and the frameworks is something that the in me is just loving at the moment. I want to go back to. It's actually one of my favorite words and it -cerned dip that you would use this word. But I love the word serendipity and in sort of the I'll use an old word old phrase new age community There's a saying that you know if things keep getting in your way you better stop and pay attention that that's not the path you're supposed to be on so I I find it fascinating that you fell off a wall and broke your arm. Ya Got Chicken Pox. You know the dog ate your homework. Whatever it is and it forced you to be on the path. You're meant to be on. How did you meet your wife? Was that serendipitous. Also do you think so? That was That was at actually at college I was in my third year. She was in a first year. I'm so by American standards. I was a junior. She was a freshman and as it turns out. She actually was at school with my sister. But you know they they I mean they were friendly. But they weren't friends per se and Couldn't believe that I'd never seen this. You know at the same school same high school but I never seen her before and It might be the reason. Why became very studious? Because she used to spend a lot of time. Studying at one of the libraries. So for some. You know serendipitous reason. It wasn't serendipity with more like stalking. Whenever she studied I studied whenever she took a break. I took a break and And she was very studious and so I became very studious. But but that's another thing that I mean you talk about that brought me to the US And and you know she South African. Im South African. I think from a cultural standpoint It's very important to me. You know I'm I'm jewel citizen but I am a citizen and I'm a proud citizen of of you know of the United States. I'm very patriotic. I love this country and this is my home. My kids were born here and I'm not going anywhere. I'm I'm certainly not going back to South Africa. Happy to have you know. Thank you haven't been deported yet. but But you know. I think this is a constant thing that you'll hear me say which is never forget where you've come from humble beginnings Remember the lows to really save the highs and and history and heritage is so important and even when we think about our business you've got to go backwards to to project forwards. You know that before as well which is when you actually study the post It it just it. It's in fact I'll tell you a little Just very total non secca My I have a newsletter. So if you if you guys listening or remotely interested in me which you know you shouldn't be but but if you are you can you can go to. Joseph JAFFE DOT COM. Sign up for my newsletter. But next week's article is actually called What if the founding fathers would found fathers in other words founders of a startup and thought of America has a start up? And what would they say about the process in about our election system and it was just a way of going back by saying we always go back? And we talk about our founding. Fathers as if they're like sacrosanct and on a pedestal when the reality is they'll probably very floor probably also just making it up as they went along They were at the end of the day entrepreneurs and and there's something just chaotic and scary and exhilarating Ab- about being an entrepreneur about hitting about accepting failure and no for an and never accepting no for an answer but embracing failure. I should say I and as you say when those obstacles get thrown in front of well you got to point to things right one is. Can you avoid them can overcome them? Can you go around them? But also sometimes to see the wood for the trees for me. It was easy. You know I'd broken bones. I I I had a goal in America. You Know I. You know the whole The layoffs and and being laid off you know But all of that sometimes you realize everything happens for a reason and and you know what take solace in that you know. Take joy from that and make yourself stronger because of all of that adversity. Because there's just no question you'll be better off if you do embrace it it. It's a perfect way to end. Although I think we're GONNA have to do a part to Joseph Jaffe because your mind would be a terrible thing to waste and I've already learned so much that we have to pivot. We have to Embrace change when it comes our way. We have to make lemonade at a lemons and You know be open and passionate always be open. Always be curious and I mean even you and I met Probably serendipitous deal randomly bumping into one. Another you know at at the a You gotta be open you got to be open to all of these signs and And if you do you know that curiosity that you know my my kids. By the way I'll say very quickly I know we have to go But my kids kind of like they always chastise me because I make friends wherever I go. Why do you talk to that stranger on the plane? Why did you talk to the person in the security lane? Wh why you always just you know like trying to find things in common with strangers and and and my to them because you never know who you're GonNa meet and you never know what you're gonNA take away from that random encounter almost always it's GonNa Overdeliver as opposed to under- delivering just Jaffe. It's quite a living. It's.
"jaffe" Discussed on KOMO
"With the Lisa Jaffe our editor this afternoon Jeremy greater cigna and humana are waving medical costs associated with the coronavirus eventual medications and vaccines to fight the virus are also part of that plan firefighters and first responders in our state are seeking donations of protective gear they're also asking you to be honest about symptoms instead of not talking about if you think you've got the covert nineteen symptoms when you call nine one one fearing that the medics one comma a new Washington post ABC news poll shows what is right now shaping up to be a very competitive race for the White House in November post polling director Scott Clement spoke with come most bill o'neill Scott what do the numbers say and what role has the corona virus pandemic played in all of this our poll found at night when people are asked if the election was held today registered voters split forty nine percent for Joe Biden and forty seven percent for trump not a break from February when fight it had the narrow advantage really in a bind it generally have advantages since last fall so trump is in a relatively competitive position as far as corona virus I mean it's very early stage to understand the impact that we have seen trump benefit with a small private approval rating by percentage point bump in that that seems to be the biggest factor in it has improved political standing in fact he gained a little bit of a pop from the crowd of iris and narrowly positive reactions to the feeling of it now these numbers of course even as Joe Biden struggles the presumed democratic nominee though Bernie Sanders says he'll soldier on to get some face time amid the continuing crisis right and in our poll really reflects what we saw through the primaries over the last month of an extraordinary turnout in the race that standard had a two to one advantage over the bite in one month ago hour just a little over one month ago but after all items within South Carolina big us big wins in super Tuesday states actually flipped the the double digit if if I didn't have a double digit advantage over Sanders and and in the recent contest as actual states he's he's won handily between eleven thirty nine percentage points in the last three states about they want a sense is a race this close seemingly good news for the president to this point that seems fairly typical for incumbents reelection when measured through past metrics anyway borderline for quite a while electability he remains there he lost the popular vote by two point one percentage points in two thousand sixteen but won the electoral college that's exactly the margin that he has in our poll so really on the borderline for that and it is no way to really expect these numbers to stay stable for the coming month a lot of it's going to depend on how people perceive the coronavirus outbreak impacting their life and his performance on that but he if it is not going from a it was a fairly close race before it's gotten closer I know there were were were were moving further and further away from the idea of you know land slides back like that that's polling director Scott Clement read.
"jaffe" Discussed on KOMO
"Jaffe I'm Rick fansites editing the news this Friday afternoon is bill o'neill president trump is defending its policies concerning the border the commander in chief told a crowd in Vegas right now that is administration has deported record numbers of gang members and done more than any others before him he held a rally a day before Democrats hold their presidential caucuses in Nevada the search continues for the gunman who shot and killed a seven eleven clerk on highway ninety nine in Edmonds early this morning Edmonds police reviewed surveillance video and released a still photo of the suspect we have that posted online at komo news dot com a revelation from intelligence officials that Russia wants president trump reelected has led to the firing of the interim director of national intelligence The Washington Post Shane Harris spoke with come most Jeff foe July Joseph McGuire was fired from his job as the Intel director after Congress was briefed on Russia's intentions why did that make the president so angry what made America a couple of reasons one was that he felt he was hearing this for the first time not directly to him in a briefing but rather he was getting it from Republicans in Congress could this have happened the day before he met with his intelligence officials and also in the president does not believe that this it is genuine information he thinks that the idea that Russia would be trying to assist him he said it is largely a hoax in he has concerns expressed today also on Twitter that Democrats are trying to use information like this to undermine his campaign and questioned his legitimacy how did the breezy come about in the first place for the breeding and actually that was given to members of Congress is required by law this is a full committee briefing the house intelligence committee in a classified setting and the purpose of it was for officials to monitor threats to the election things like foreign interference and possible manipulation of voting machines in these kinds of concerns to give Congress gonna lay of the land of where things stood right now in the course of this briefing is windows ten at the main official from the intelligence director's office from M. Shelby Pierson who can oversee the legal action security efforts expressed on several occasions that the Russians had in her words and developed a preference for Donald Trump in the elections so this information which was obviously pretty explosive in the pandas stand it quite divisive in the room came in the context of a kind of you know updated here's what we're seeing that Russia and potentially other countries are doing with regards to possibly disrupting the twenty twenty election so let's get to the why why does Russia want president trump to win reelection well it did did the assessment seems to be that they view the trump administration is more favorable to Russian interests and that is obviously a very broad kind of idea but certainly if we look at I think you know where where the administration has been in the past three years it's interesting they have led me to some very tough sanctions against Russia the old record numbers of Russian diplomats were believed to be working as spies in the United States so the administration has been pretty tough on the Russians but of course what you have in the form of Donald Trump as the president someone who talks repeatedly about wanting to improve relations with Russia he's taken taken Russia at their word he said that they did not interfere with the election so even though the administration has been very tough on Moscow you have somebody who is actually I think quite friendly to Latimer Putin you know sitting in the White House I think that is probably something that they would find advantageous was it clear how Russian tends to behave in the twenty twenty election we don't really know that and it's not clear to us more reporting that specifics on what the Russians might be doing or are doing was part of the.
"jaffe" Discussed on KOMO
"Rib and size of the Lisa Jaffe rising rivers aren't the only concern is the sky continues to dump water on western Washington come as Ryan Harris tells us about the problems with urban flooding we've seen reports of roads overtaken by water in Snohomish and king counties including I five in Tukwila sometimes it's just a matter of more water than the drains can handle and sometimes there's debris clogging those drains that's the case in one of the spots I saw northeast twenty first in Bellevue where rob Bruce who runs fire chief equipment says he's seen flooding there but not this bad on the side stream here that overflows in of spills into the road there's a colder down there that gets debris into it gets logs or four pieces wouldn't faction of the problem there is there's only one way in and out of northeast twenty first there so it's either brave high flowing water or call it a day like the mosque near rap shop did canceling its Friday prayer so more people don't get stuck like the one car did in the early morning hours Brian Harris como new sorry from the urban city areas we go to the suburbs in the countryside where we are at flood phase three for the told in snow Kwame near king county those rivers of just been overflowing and we've seen flooded fields some roads covered with water Doug Williams of the king county flood warning center telling como is kind of hard to tell if things will get worse before they start to get better tonight every storms a little bit different I think this one may be struck a little bit further south then was initially expected but the rivers that are are flooding right now are the ones that we would typically expect to see flooding with this kind of rainfall tool for now the rivers do continue to rise so if you come across an area where a road is flooded don't try to drive through there's no way to tell exactly how deep that water is come on is dot com meteorologist Scott cystic says today's rainfall in Seattle is the most we've had in a decade a recall numbers for river in this kind of starts like way out in the Pacific out to our southwest almost too little no north of Hawaii up to the civic ocean and it is just it's kind of made an angle from somewhere between Astoria and hope wind coming in off the coast and then just angle to come right across the south some so just on the southern edge of the Olympic mountains Scott tells a Seattle has received about ten percent of its expected annual rainfall over the past twenty four hours that heavy rain increasing the threat of landslides and people who live on hills or slopes B. X. specially mindful tonight Kate Mickelson with The Washington Geological Survey says homeowners should check their properties are growing cracks in the walls.
"jaffe" Discussed on KOMO
"Jaffe at twenty and fifty past the hour on come on is stocks finished with solid gains propped up by positive reports regarding the US China trade talks the Dow Jones industrials jumped two hundred twenty points while the nasdaq composite and the S. and P. five hundred both established fresh closing highs is sounding more and more likely won't see Boeing seven thirty seven MAX planes back in the skies very soon citing people familiar with the matter the Wall Street journal reports today that the Federal Aviation Administration is expected to approve fixes to a Max flight control system and related pilot training in February not this month is blowing it hoped that means the troubled airline might not carry passengers in the U. S. until much later in the spring Costco is out with quarterly results that are largely in line with expectations reporting after today's closing bell the Seattle based warehouse club chain posted per share earnings of a dollar seventy three on revenue of more than thirty seven billion dollars that's your money now I'm Jim Tesco komo news federal lawmakers are taking steps to lower the cost of prescription drugs come was Molly Shannon has more on this new legislation and how would work this bill would allow the U. S. government to negotiate lower prices on some of the costliest drugs direct negotiation by the government is forbidden right now if this is approved the government would be required to negotiate the cost of a few dozen drugs every year using the price of those drugs in other countries as a benchmark the bill passed in the house but it's unlikely to be taken up by the Senate because the Republican majority says it would make the private sector less likely to invest in research for new treatments and president trump has said he will veto this bill if it reaches his desk a new report suggests bans on vaping products might actually do more harm than good the authors of the article in the journal science say the bands fall short on several counts like failing to distinguish between nicotine and THC products and between adult and youth smokers they also warned sweeping bans could push a cigarette smokers to the black market or back to smoking traditional cigarettes which are responsible for more than four hundred and eighty thousand deaths every year in the United States if you reach for a snack when you're drinking a beer or sipping a glass of wine you are certainly not alone new research now explains two possible reasons people eat when they're drinking alcohol the first explanation is pretty simple alcohol does lower your inhibitions and clouds your judgment the other possible reason though has to do with the specific hormones researchers say alcohol messes with the effects of leptin which tells us when were full some studies showed it didn't just quiet the signals of leptin but might actually stimulate signals in the brain tell us we're starving expert today as a result of you do eat when you're drinking try to make sure you're having a balanced meal and you should also drink plenty of water in its two most Molly Shannon triple a traffic.