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"james spencer" Discussed on The Sustainable Futures Report
"Not. Old products qualify although the Popula- billy bookcase is specifically mentioned. There are reports department store John Lewis is considering a similar scheme. Could this be the start of a true Sukkur Economy This now James Spencer tells me about clean. Air Leads according to Transport Journal route one the city of Leeds in northern England intends to formally abandoned plans for clean as to see as ed Counsel James Lewis Lied City Council, Deputy Leader, and executive board member with responsibility for equity said when we consulted on the C as in twenty eighteen. We said that we hope that nobody would be charged because businesses would switch to less polluting vehicles before the charging system took effect and that's exactly what has happened. We've achieved the aims of the without having to charge a single vehicle. If leads to introduce a see as today, only a fraction of vehicles will be affected. The vast majority of businesses are now using cleaner vehicles and they were just a few years ago. Besides Leagues Bristol in Sheffield on other cities that are reconsidering that clean as proposals after seeing major improvements in equality through changes in travel behavior. Due to the centralized nature of administration in the UK and he's such decision will be approved by the government in London. Do. You remember Erin Brockovich. The eponymous full was based on the true story of her role in a lawsuit against Pacific. Gas and electric of alleged contamination of drinking water. In Real Life Erin Brockovich is still compaigning. According to the hill, she's warning that America. is now a water crisis far worse than people realize. She says, we are in a water crisis beyond anything you can imagine. Pollution toxins everywhere stemming from the hazardous waste of Industry and agriculture. We've got more than forty thousand chemicals on the market today with only a few hundred regulated. We've had industrial by products discarded into the ground and into.
"james spencer" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy
"And as we were talking about concierge. PT and travel PT and and Thinking about how some aspects of that. We're really heightening. I just hope that's something that everybody's talking about whether they're practicing is is really trying to provide the basketball. You can't and as experts in non surgical management musculoskeletal conditions. Yeah I think that's the talking one of our profession with with you doing so much advocacy we should let the. It's there Your state delegate. Writing in in Colorado. I'm actually going to be the Orthopedic Academy Delegate Nice All right so involvement involvement with within the profession of vision. Twenty twenty was. When was that brought about three four years ago? Maybe longer in terms of here of things I want to accomplish by twenty twenty which I'm sure when they set out to achieve it seemed like the future but all of a sudden we're in twenty twenty and it looks like a lot of those things got checked off the list in done. Yeah Yeah you know and a lot of them are kind of. They're moving targets. There's there are things to work towards. We have direct access in every state but we don't have complete open full full direct access state so there's still Goals to be achieved. But we're looking at a totally different profession than when they came up with that back in two thousand five or something bad I think the entire percussion change in that. Is that one that one vision twenty twenty one that long ago two thousand five or around back in that timeframe back in that time for written. Wow that's great yes so I guess you know probably going into the future people like you. Who are in the governing process of our profession ashes? You're going to have to pick a target like twenty thirty twenty forty twenty fifty and draw up some new new things to strive towards anything top of mind for you that you'd WanNa see the profession go towards in terms of solving. You know I I never really known. These are the kind of questions I ask myself just sitting there were some people back in the early. Two thousand were really visionary and saw where this Profession GonNa win and I kinda. I wonder how you get yourself there and get yourself a mind for him to be able to do that. You've got to be you've got to be really entrenched in stuff for a long time. I guess to see to really be able to say where we are now and to really say what great possibilities are in our future and need to be in our future so glad to see that and we'll see what comes out of House of delegates at the next conference which is not far off in June. This take the parting shots. The parting shot is brought to you by rock tape. Rock tape is more than just a company they are a movement company bringing you not only the world's the finest kinesiology tape but movement courses to help you get your patients moving stronger longer. 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Conclave if you're a student he's big meetings you get got a lot out of them you get that energy you get that that connection so I think well said James appreciate the time giving us a preview of the the local flavor and we'll see in Denver boundary the we'll be right back to the time cast new step created the first PROC of its kind twenty five years ago. That was the new step. recumbent recumbent cross trainer now. It's a maintained rehab with physical therapists worldwide new step now continues its tradition of innovation with the new step transit. Another innovation in recumbent cross trainers for physical therapists delivering real time. biofeedback with this piece of equipment letting you use it. Meaningful ways for awareness of physical performance goals identifying and correcting deficits or imbalances ticket test driver fund out more at new step dot com. That's N. use step dot com online at new step dot com keep up with the show online. 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Her and Mozambique Caruth got pretty inventive. Way To get in front of some people who might not have been in front of a physical therapist before and they're doing it in the community right where we always say. Physical therapist should be well. They're putting their effort. Their mouths is the P. T. tynecastle it's all that. CSM As we we get ready for the big dance the biggest dance in the profession. CSM COMING UP February twelfth fifteenth in the Mile High City of Denver as while more than seventeen eighteen thousand physical therapists are going to go to Colorado this year. Bring him back on the show. Patrick Berner and I think the first time on the program right now. Monique Caruth guys. Welcome to the show. You glad to talk to you guys because Near and dear to my heart is how do we help people not only in our clinical environment. But how how can we do it outside of that and you guys are pretty intimately involved with a project. That's going to be going on outside of the the walls of the conference center at CSM. And I WANNA talk about that you frame up for me what you guys are GonNa be doing and and really how it came about the initiative they were doing title. PT and the community. We end. It's one of the two a PTA community initiative that that are going on during the FM initiative and then the step challenge of people are familiar with at the teaching community. It's really kinda twofold and we're working with the Denver Public School system and then we're also working with the homeless population of the Denver area near the Convention Center so there's a fundraising apparent as a volunteer opportunity component right raising money for applies for the schools that majority of those public schools are a minority population. So it's underserved. Population and in the applies for Cam packages for the Homa opportunities ripened fruits on the ground care packages doing interactive stuck with the schools. We're their love that WHO's really going to get the benefit of this. Who who are the kids that that you're going to be helping the kind of paint that picture for the audience? The most of the kids in Denver Public School System with the net system is actually a hundred schools so with our our partnership that the Colorado thinks after has made with the public school system. And we're going to shoot the try and get into about ten or fifteen or the school that wins. They of him most of the the kid grammar school kind of middle school aged kids and like I said most of that population is a minority. By in kind of those under funded ended an underserved school systems at school locations like that and specifically. What are you guys doing there in the schools? What are you going to be bringing to the community meaner highlight that for me? Yeah so with the schools we have an assembly kind of map out right there with the schools that are participating are we got about forty five minutes minutes with the school with the kids. They're kind of an assembly style. Riding the goal is to educate them on their profession. If there's therapy but also Advocates them on healthy. Living Movement is important. Why healthy eating is important? You know getting enough sleep really trying to paint them a picture. What healthier living With an all throw you know let them know about our profession in that it is an option in the future. Something to look into Let's talk about big picture. Goals down the line Komo Nick. How's this going to make their lives better? How's it going to change things for the individuals that you guys get to come in contact with while all insist on bringing awareness to the profession? People are gonNA fall seeing different. Pharmacists therapy we been highlighting.
"james spencer" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy
"Places to hang out along there and and I really you know when I think of Denver. I think you gotta Lay from rise on course field up there as well mentioning mentioning chorus field. We do WanNa bring up something that is you know local to Denver but also specific to CSM PT pub. Night is going to be on Thursday that that is the Thursday the thirteenth of of CSM from six attend the PTA. Pub night will be at Jackson's Denver. That is a bar right across the street right from From course fields. Here's what I know about them. The sports bar lots of room lots of beers on tap and not far from the conference itself. So I'm GonNa make sure checkup I got pt pub night. We'll be doing some interviews live on site from that night at Jackson's Denver so we'll see you guys out there. If you want more information about that and you want to preregister preregister maybe get yourself a free t shirt give those sometimes follow at night on twitter all right so that's that's CSM. I'm excited fingers crossed on the the weather. A ton of snow up there this year in Colorado or has it looked like for you guys. You know a lot of snow in the mountains. We'd be getting little storms and it's fantastic out here but but but Denver's really Variable this time if you're looking earlier this week it was Thirty degrees they're supposed to be seventy this coming week. It could be anything and everything. That's cleanser is so variable as New York looking at Denver. You know all we know is was just super cold and then that's what I've heard from people like listen man. Denver could be just as you said seventy or thirty so I guess pack accordingly when you're headed out there to the mile high city all right so that's our that's are inside. Look with with James Spencer Sam. Let's talk about something specific to you. I give people just kind of snapshot of what you did talk about the first time we had you on the show but I think your story is pretty pretty cool to tell again just your journey through travel pt. And what you're able to do with it. Yeah I mean it's been a a lot of years since we've talked about my travel so until about three years ago I was traveling with my wife and I just kind of unintentionally intentionally we ended up coming out to Colorado in the wintertime and then we were going elsewhere in the summertime so often go back to New England in the summer. I'm from author author and she's from Maine and often go to Hawaii in the summertime. We did that war about ten or eleven years we kept it going for awhile and it was fantastic was an awesome lifestyle but eventually came around. I haven't kids and needling needing to settle down a little bit here in Colorado I whenever travel. PT comes comes up and people talk about really the things that they're looking for. Someone brings up flexibility. You're the Guy I talk about. I'm like I know this guy's Spencer. He would do like Hawaii. Colorado Massachusetts Colorado Wherever Colorado and. It was just cool to see that. That's an option like it's not like hey you could do that. It's like hey someone did that. So it's completely possible so I just love I just love bringing that up. And you've you sent me what I thought was the coolest pint cast souvenir in your ever. Tell people what you mailed you you you mailed something to me and I opened it simply confused. But I fell in love immediately Hawaiian coconut and And and we're over on this rural island in Hawaii and and I don't WanNa say it's name because I don't want to get it out there too much. Ah I guess we'd Love Hawaii but not this way and there's this guy get area in the Post Office he inspects the coconuts. Make sure they're not carrying any decision. Coconut weeble and and I painted up the coconut and you slap stance on it and stick it right in the mailbox and offer goes just shows up in the mail wherever you'd like so yeah one day one day I'm sitting there and and A coconut with stamps. On it legitimately was not wrapped. Arrives but ahead pete the pint. Our podcast logo just painted on the side. That will about a whole lot Mike. My whole fantasy league got some of my coconuts with tracks on your it is. It is brilliant kind of my move that summer. That's that's still in my possession shirow display it proudly so you mentioned having kids and settling down and not doing the travel thing that you did so well for so long. But I'd say you settled in a pretty cool malaria. So what if you got into now wanted to get into this niche this other thing our profession. I don't know so flexible to use a physical therapy upon a lot of range of motion there in terms of your career you're doing a little bit of concierge. Pt and that's the thing that's you know fifteen years ago wasn't possible but completely possible now. Oh Yeah Yeah you know I mean you know that there's just there's so much we can do without passion whether that'd be clinically or I've always felt like if I ever got really tired but clinical stuff you know you could go to add because she got you insurance where you could do. I mean there's so many places you can go and we talked a little bit about the traveling I miss that so much just all all the different experiences that I got through that what I have settled down here in a in a pretty good situation In in in a in a fulltime job at a hospital but my wife and I started Ajax physical therapy a mobile concierge peachy practice primarily her on it but I dabble in it as well and and that's taking cash base based pt to to people who see the value in it or loan to pay for it and you know around here. There is an actual an affluent population that we thought those would be our people that we are really getting but we're finding that it's religious locals who want good. PT Want it to come to them and see value in having the right person working on. How did you When you when you hung the slate as you say how did you go about trying to find? Those people are connect or just letting them know that you know you exist and that this service is now available to them from you largely word of mouth around your won't put up a website and facebook page and did all those sorts of things which I think have driven a couple of people with the largely. It's just been people we know saying you know talking to someone and that person needs some physical therapy. I don't know where to go. Oh Hey my my friends Keaton. Jane are Therapists and they've started their own business. And why are you tried contacting. I'm not that's really where people have come from as great just shows the variety of different settings settings that you can create in our profession. You can say. Hey I'll I'm GONNA do this on the side. I got a buddy ZAC Harmon who is out in Colorado. As well kind of started the same way had a fulltime job and then went to a couple of days a week I think was his you know. He wanted to dip a toe in it and see if it was viable and eventually he saw it was and I think that's I think that's that's really great. I remember hearing about concierge. P. T. or this idea not even that long ago I was GONNA say ten years ago but it had to be less and people were were saying campy done not sustainable annable. Don't bother going into it and now you see more and more. It is one hundred percent sustainable. And I'm guessing rewarding. What do you get out of it you know in terms of the intangible rewards you know I mean the the real kind of attraction to it is that you're setting the insurance overlords? Yeah you know you're you're not really. You're not beholden to anybody but you in the patient. What the patient on from you what you have to offer them? I think it's really rewarding work. Because you're you're you're cutting out some of the control so you're able to do what people really need. I think it's a great foreign practice you know I think we've hit on a lot of benefits. Just help expletives it is an and higher really able physically therapy more going to the patient I mean we say that a lot is make sure you meet the customer. You meet the patient where they are. I mean concierge. PT housecall physical therapy. That's the living embodiment of it. So I'm glad to To see you. You're living that to flexibility ability right. I mean that's that's really what your your travel career got to teach you or give. You was this flexibility and and continuing that but you did mention that you were also working for a facility. parttime at least is it slope side. Is that legit. Yeah Yeah I've been working so coming out here for the last however many years I've been working at the hospital little and occasionally at this little clinic that we have slope side on snowmass mountain. It originally started just as urgent care and emergency side of overtime Talton outpatient practice and just a few weeks ago I moved in into their full-time so Getting a little bit more skiing on my lunch breaks and staying scheme which I love that. That's great that's cool to hear here with James Spencer on the show If you can if you want to follow him online his His socials as the kids were calling it. These days on twitter on facebook at Hobo health. Begin the Ortho sexually mentioned advocacy. We're we're actually pairing up with the Ortho sections pretty excited to talk about it. Their annual meeting annual orthopedic. Meeting Twenty twenty. Have you been to one of these before. Yeah absolutely this was coming up April third and fourth focus. This year they do pick a focus head spine shoulder disorders integration over isolation. And it's going to be mall of America Minnesota not in the food court. I asked I got excited. But it's GonNa be at the Conference Center at the mall of America When I bring that up I know you're an active member of the orthopedic? I was GONNA say Section Academy of Orthopedic Physical Therapy. Pardon me you know. What about this meeting excites you? You know when I wear probably five or six years ago. I just found it to be great programming. You know I have a hard time this point finding good continuing ed or finding something that really drives me you know I think. CSM and the conferences are top of our profession. You know you get experts talking about things but at the same time huge student enrolling fellow population there them so so sometimes. I'm just looking for more advanced content and I think I found that in McAdams annual meeting just a higher level. It pushed me to think a little bit. It was new and it was great and it was coming from from the exports in our field. Yeah when we were looking into this one I. I've never been might be palm sugar this year. It's an April in Minnesota which is a pretty good time to be a minnesota. What I liked ached about it when I started doing the research and digging big enough to be interesting to get those people in the room that you're talking about but not overwhelming in terms of not so big that you feel like like you're just roaming around and it's you know? CSM its strength is its size but also part of its weakness can be. It's is what looked into so far having not been but just what I've heard and seen is that. AOL Look Big enough to be relevant and good but not so big that you're going to get swallowed up by it The one when I went through maybe at one hundred fifty people at it. We've been having tactic hands on manipulation labs and that sort of thing and that's the type of program that they try to bring. Yeah big focus on that. I know that they're listening to their audience as they prepare these each and every year there sponsor in the show right about now but One of their big focuses when they listen to the people who've taken the course or who would like to come back again is is that we just mentioned which that hands on component. Yes so I WANNA learn. WanNa listen but they don't WanNa do. I WANNA be able to question. I want to be a feel feel and then ask a question again instead of just being a gigantic lecture hall the Entire Day so details about that I'd be a bad podcastone. Must have shared that with the Ortho. PT Dot Org details for the annual Orthopedic Meeting Twenty Twenty available there. Anything anything else. You WanNa talk about that. We can squeeze in a top of mind. It's on your on your brain. No I didn't have anything prepared but but when you say that for some reason twenty twenty keeps coming to my mind autonomous practice during during profession direct access the other points. That aren't right up front of my brain.
"james spencer" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy
"Hey Jimmy here before we get started today just wanted to say thanks to Arias medical staffing for supporting the show Aureus. They're the experts in medical staffing with rewarding travel travel and full-time PT PTA. Jobs available nationwide for skilled therapists. Like you travel the country build your resume or make new friends or you will find the perfect job in a location. That's calling you and they'll provide you with full support every step of the way a U. R. E. US Medical Michael Dot com eight. Oh Am twenty twenty that stands for annual Orthopedic Meeting of the Academy of Orthopedic Physical Therapy their big big conference April April third and fourth in Twenty Twenty in Minneapolis Saint Paul Mall of America head Spine and shoulder disorders integration over isolation is the topic this year. What will you learn? Why should you go highlighting the orthopedic investigator factors affecting patients with concussion? Injuries Interconnection of head and neck complex relationship between the neck can shoulder lab breakouts focused on skill acquisition. That's what you're going to get aerial Giordano Rob Lendl Joseph Gouges Paul Ludwig and Lieutenant Colonel James t mills are featured speakers checkout more at or so pt dot Org Blue Hill kind of attraction to it is that you're setting the insurance overlords. You're not beholden to anybody. But you in the patient was patient on from you what you have to offer them. I think it's really rewarding work because Euler cutting out some of the control so you're able to do what people really need practice looking at. CSM previews we. We do a lot of those look at it some programming most of the time giving you some things to look forward to maybe attend as you go to a big meeting today bringing James Spencer. James Ferry collected background travel physical therapist for a long time. Now he's doing something completely different in terms of what working for a facility and a little bit of concierge. PT Plus lives in Colorado. So I want to a little bit of local insight into the things that you should do outside of the conference center. Yeah I'm talking about what should you do while you're in Denver. You'RE GOING TO BE IN DENVER. Do Cool Denver things so we get inside James's brain there and talk a little bit about the Academy of Orthopedic Physical Therapist which he is a member in good standing of that Academy episode is brought to you by Owens recovery signs. They're a single source for. PT's looking for certification in personalized blood flow restriction rehabilitation training and the equipment. You need to apply properly in clinical practice. Find Online at Owens recovery. Science Dot Com on that Website research information about BF. Our training and application. And if you'd like to get certified Johnny and the team. They are the leaders in B. F. R. Certification. So see them first and listen to them. First Johnny's got his own podcast on itunes. The Owens Recovery Science podcast. The best conversations happen at happy happy hour. Welcome to ours forum award. This is the P.. T. podcast here's your host physical therapist. Jimmy Mackay leadoff like we usually do by saying thank you thank you. Thank you The reviews on itunes those are great selfishly because of an ego maniac but also because it lets us know the number one that someone's listening a number two what you WanNa hear when people give us their insight. It kind of helps us into programming. What else do we get on the show? Who else should we get on the show? So thank you Sharon. Sharon stuff online is the the biggest thing you can give really telling a friend telling a colleague and subscribing to the podcast on whatever platforms you. Listen to audio. Would that be I tunes the Almighty tunes or spotify Google play or a million other pod catchers out there so thank you thank you thank you. We've been doing a lot of pre stuff stuff and we're gonNA continue that tradition but completely spin it on its head as we bring back James Spencer to the show. Welcome back man to be back here. We've looked at a a lot of programming done previews we do that before we go to a conference I find some stuff I think is interesting. We bring the person WHO's presenting or an author on talk about it. It gives people some some insight into some programming. They may want to see or some things they might want to look up. But you and I want to do something a little bit different because your local to Denver Ver- where CSM is going to be this year. So you got like inside knowledge. And that's what we want to pick your brain four. I Yeah I hope so I hang Out in Denver a bit. I live A little ways outside in Aspen Colorado. So you know that's really what I want to push everybody to either before or after go get on. The ski slopes in a day or two out in the mountain yeah. I'm trying very hard to not say where the beer flows like wine but there it goes. I just said it like geography wise because I been there before to Denver Not Aspen. What's the distance between the two you know at the girls lives? We're not too far but I spent four hour drive okay. Up Over Mountain Mountain passes and around the hills and then back down our little valley here all right so Wilbert shorter in the summer. I said you were local. I'm in New York your your local to Denver. But you've spent some time there and so what I wanted to do is pick the brain of someone who knows it way better than me because again. I don't know the difference distance between Denver and Aspen. Aspen they could have been next to each other. You could tell me that I wouldn't difference so when people because Colorado Aspen Denver like it's a destination I mean it's a place people oh put on their calendar to go to. I wanted to give people some insight into some things. They must do outside of the conference. Yes coining corning l'excellent this fantastic go learn go network do the whole nine but also make sure to do something cool because as my dad told me. Hey man one day we're all GONNA be dirt dirt which sounds really morbid but what it means is do some cool stuff while you have the opportunity especially when you're in a cool city like Denver so if someone's coming into to Denver you you know what what's on your list to tell him. Do you know I think it's Kinda racking. My brain of all the different things have gone into Denver for the year and One Is Red Rock. It's not real close to the conference center but it's you know. Maybe a thirty minute Uber Ride and last night looking at PRICES ON UBER or lift. It was thirty bucks to get over there and they have these great outdoor concert fully natural amphitheatre just a really unique place and and there's not a whole lot going on for concerts during. CSM There is some local music there but they have hiking trails and the the Colorado Music Hall of fame and a bunch of other stuff that you could easily fill a day where it's it's not just an evening. Yeah Red rocks killer suggestion number one all out myself. I'm Dave Matthews Band Fan and they recorded a pretty great Album out there live album had a chance is to To kind of you know. Hike the steps hike around there a little bit. It is worth the trip. If if you're looking to get out and do some moving maybe WANNA get up early one day or you're GonNa stay a day later come a day early yet. Red Rocks being not terribly close but also not terribly far and you mentioned the museum as a guy who used to work in rock radio. Oh man they got some really cool like guitars and just photos of the legendary performers Supernova. So if your music fan red rocks pretty cool to check out. I'd say it's definitely worth the ride there and back Walker on over there. There really is We had Matt Tuttle from the Denver Nuggets on not long ago and I actually creeped on his Twitter instagram and saw that they actually do some Denver Nuggets preseason training they make the I think it was just the rookie. Though they're making the rookies run the steps at red rocks which which is Kinda cool that even the even the the Denver Nuggets are using red rocks as a way to get some exercise. That's so cool. I thought that through some great shots. Heck yeah moving on what else so at red rocks definitely pretty good thing to start with. What else do you suggest people check out? I think A areas of the city to just hang out larimer square square is known for its restaurants nightlife and and everything going on there but then and then drilling where I've hung out. It's on Blake Street. Kinda leads away from their up towards course feel hill. And there's some cool.
"james spencer" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Informed with news radio six ninety K. T. S. M. A. M. el Paso radio I'm Brian showed the two democratic lawmakers leading the impeachment process call this a solemn day in history house speaker Nancy Pelosi presided over this morning's historic vote a month after launching the investigation into president trump it's a sad day because nobody comes to Congress to impeach a president of the United States talking with reporters at the capitol pelo she said president trump thinks he's empowered to do anything he wants she called the impeachment inquiry a pursuit of truth backed by the constitution eight witnesses are scheduled to testify next weekend public hearings could be the week after the center for disease control says thirty eight people have died and more than eighteen hundred people have become sick from vaping related illness this year the federal agencies report shows an increase of two hundred and eighty four cases and then increase of three fatalities since last week thousands of children across California will not have much of a Halloween tonight as they remain out of their homes from several fires up north in Sonoma county more than five thousand people are still waiting to return in the king Cade fire it's the largest in the state it nearly seventy seven thousand acres and sixty percent contained as shut down fears grow the Senate has passed a spending bill that covers for government departments the government runs out of money November twenty first in the house and Senate are scrambling to complete work on several annual spending bills there is no appetite among lawmakers for another shut down as next year's elections draw near however president trump may object to passage of another temporary spending measure to keep the government running beyond November twenty first Tom Roberts NBC news radio presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says he'll shut down the keystone pipeline in North Dakota for good if he's elected the pipeline remains closed right now after a nearly four hundred thousand gallon oil spill it started Tuesday night and was contained today regulators are on site monitoring everything and searching for a cause your listening to the latest from NBC news radio fighting has once again been reported in northern Syria core Spondon bills infer has the latest the latest fighting is reportedly taken place between Turkish forces in Syrian government troops near the border city of Rossa lane in the area deemed a safe zone by Turkish forces also in the northwest Syrian city of after an eight people were reportedly killed in a car bombing Thursday that area under the control of Syrian rebel forces backed by Turkey Kurdish fighters meanwhile have reportedly left the area bills and for NBC news radio the US and China are working on selecting a new location to sign phase one of a trade deal president trump tweeted that the first phase represents about sixty percent of the overall trade deal the two countries had planned to sign it next month in Chile when both leaders were attending the APEC trade summit however that event was canceled yesterday because of ongoing civil unrest in that country Halloween can be a very dangerous holiday for children Lisa G. reports according to White Plains police captain James Spencer the risk of kids getting hit by a car is higher on Halloween than on any other day of the year use the.
"james spencer" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"Ten of nineteen pretty good florida state had to fifty yard gains and a seventy five yard gain and still lost. Here's a big reason they suffered eleven tackles for loss on sixty two snaps like this all or nothing ask offense that like you know if they can get the ball out of the backfield sure somebody'll take it but they probably can't <hes> <hes> you know and on the other side of the ball yeah you can at their quarterback and at the quarterback constantly he doesn't matter. He's got his brothers names. What are they tiger and bear and berl buck the other one had this tiger buck and bear yeah yeah what the fuck you're gonna do with that florida state all you're creating stars. You can't handle that shit so i mean it's funny like these programs sort of came from similar trajectories boise state in florida state. You know if you look at where florida's day was for the majority of college football history three in boise state up until only about twenty thirty years ago yet. Florida has the advantage of being florida and power conference approval and the whole first half of this game none of those things matter also. They moved it from jacksonville. Can you imagine if you apply the jacksonville. Bill tax on this jacksonville bought myer by the way was slain in that game. Just he's going to be really really really <unk>. Date did everything they could to be an accomplice to him right and stealing the game from them but he hit like a he hit a third and fourteen. I wanna i wanna say on that crucial last drive over coverage for a first down that ultimately ended up being the winning drive yet these these nails. He's a terrifying bisley speaking of flames all morning the liberty flames james spencer hall how many <hes> group of five teams did or non power teams. I should say power conference teams. How many non power argh. I'm afraid to look at you right now. I know it's i all everything i would like to know yet at eleven fifty six a._m. Tom rush roberts. Our friend over at goodwill hunting said holly is this foreshadowing pointing to a story of a vol navy boat burning and sinking in the river next to the stadium and i said i don't know if i call it that and i i texted this to my former roommate at u._t. And she goes yeah that's just shadowing and that was that was at eleven fifty six. I am and what happened next. The answer may surprise you. It didn't surprisingly but it makes you <hes> so i'm looking at a list of tennessee head coaches sensible former one who somehow somehow forgotten that brady hoke is technically on this list oh into yeah that's fun. Oh i wish i had still forgotten lane. Kiffin derek dooley butch jones combined. How many games did they lose. They lost <unk>. You know their fair share of games.
"james spencer" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"I was introduced to dorsal when I did residency at tufts, and I think that's kind of where my sped off or my affection, or attraction to that appliance system were designed kinda spun off, and I really, really liked it a lot while, you're not gonna believe I answered your own question on that. Did you know that do believe that for a recall? I know I just did it right now. Oh, okay. I'm and guess what? I answered it with. So I just answered your own question by I love on your website, Meridian. PM dot US. You have the PDF file, and it's a you know what I'm talking about. Right. That PDF files. Yeah. So I just I just answered your own question. I said, this is what Samuel cross. Uploaded, your while we turned town, but so more, I'm gonna go back to more sleep questions. And a lot of people are still asking a lot about you talk about the murnian PM a lot of patients are on c-pap. What, what percent of patients? Do you think in America tried see Pat don't like it and should would be more comfortable than aural plans versus what percentage, c-pap people actually like it in one of the Dennis on thread says c-pap intolerance. What's the big deal? I love my c-pap, and then a very search talking about, you know, some people love it. Some people don't like it. So we're you at on this. Well, what, what by c-pap is happily ever after in what Brad said, I'm the try something else I could be totally wrong. But I'd say good ninety five percent is a of all the patients treated for sleep apnea, which has been hundreds and hundreds and hundreds. There's only been shoes that love their c-pap. And so, I think only. Alicia in my practice, but it's interesting is, you know, c-pap you can get some compliance issues associated with it. But the epic see is, is amazing or plans is a little bit of on the converse, you can get compliance, but you have to work again. The efficacy in the end the working part from my perspective. Standard care is follow up titrate ins. We don't want our patients out the door until we get them to right where they need to be. And then once we get them where they need to be there, comfortable. The index numbers are comfortable where we're all satisfied and happy. Then we push them off at six months and see them, six three Carl of their dental patients of mine. They bring your plants when they get their re care, but they're not we call him back every six months, just to see how things are going to do believe that if you're going to get into someone's health at that level that you really the standard of care needs to the dentist to integrate into it, and you alluded to hell Dennis make these TM appliances and just someone takes impressions send him on and. Adjustment. By to me that is not again, standard of care, and is interesting. My really good friend, James Spencer has said to me, numerous times that me as clinician, I go way of beyond treating patients were sleeping TM and more so than anyone that he's, he's, he's aware of. And so I've heard that I've heard that comment numerous times. But again, I think it's just personal preferences philosophies and it's just the way you wanna treat patients in the way that you want to be treated as a patient. So we have four, let's see what we so we have three horses on sleep medicine. We're about to get the fourth one as soon as you may get. Are you are you gonna make us online course? Are you asking? Yes, a Luli. I big thing we have one dental sleep medicine from getting started to billing another one sleep principles of oral plants..
"james spencer" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"You all were riding me either saying, hey, love listening to. To you. Or just talking about how much you hated me. And it was it was it was truly a wonderful experience for my ego will all through the night people telling me negative things. It was great. But feel free to do it again today. I also we have James's Spencer back in the booth. I have to tell you guys something, you know, you play music leading into these segments in my correct about that. Yes. And I enjoy it in large part because you play songs that. I like, here's what you guys did not tell me, which is that. When you put it on the podcast, the music is not on the podcast. Yeah. That's yeah. Sorry about that. Well, here's the problem with that yesterday while we were doing this. I would sing the songs when we came back, and that's all well and good till you get to the podcast and the song is not on it. And I'm singing cappella Travis trip or that ain't much truck. And I don't I'll be honest with you. I don't sound very good. When you. Honestly, I thought that it was better that way. I'm going to keep that in mind for the music today if I get excited and I start singing on the podcast. It becomes just me cappella, and I have to tell you that is not. I don't think that's good for anybody. I I wish you wouldn't have learned that until today. Gotcha. Yeah. Because today you're going to be playing nineties one hit wonders that's what we're going with today. And I will sing a lot of those like when you at some point you're going to play I would assume breakfast at Tiffany's by deep blue something. And when you do I was going to sing it. Now, I'm less likely to because I'm worried that I'm worried what'll happen we have a lot of stuff to get to. But I want to start with this this broke I guess yesterday while. While we were on the air. But for some reason, I missed it. And then I saw last night. And that was the story that urban Meyer has been hired at Ohio State to teach a class on character and leadership, and I have to tell you I found this story more interesting because you a lot of you probably don't remember. But I do remember the last time I hosted the show was for a week. And it was I didn't entire week drew, and I had a lot of fun. And then at the very end of the week. I believe it was the last show. We did the morning of that show the urban Meyer story broke, and it was obviously a massive story. I don't have to repeat it. You all know what occurred, but it broke as I was hosting this. And all of a sudden it occurred to me. Oh my goodness. I. Have to do four hours on national radio about this reminder story, and that is not an easy thing to talk about is not easy to talk about. And in Brett mcmurphy did his first interview with ESPN ESPN affil- show. We lead the show talking to him. And so I was able to use some of my legal background and talk about it. But it was a very stressful for hours because it's a very delicate situation. We were learning information while we were on. So I have followed the urban Meyer saga intently in large part because of that day and hosting this show. So this morning when I see that he is going to. Teach a class on character. And leadership. I initially thought that has to be an onion article like there's no way. Then Ohio State University. That is a I think it's the second largest university in America and has not only this traditional football program. But more importantly, it is a really good state university. It's not just some football factory. It's a terrific university. There's no way that in two thousand almost nineteen..
"james spencer" Discussed on The Sustainable Futures Report
"So you can get the maximum hate with a minimum cost and minimum pollution. Well pollution in the UK has undoubted health consequences forty thousand people are believed to die prematurely each year as the result of exposure to air pollution, these trivial by contrast with those found in other parts of the world. India, for example, has nearly half of the fifty most polluted cities in the world. While scuffle schools top for the U K at fifteen micrograms. Deli comes in at two hundred and ninety two but Allahabad is recorded at three hundred seventeen. An India has six other cities over two hundred the most polluted city in the world is shower in Pakistan at five hundred forty. Once again, we see the developing world suffering the worst consequences as climate change. And with plastic pollution. The Daily Mirror reports that people in the UK are seriously concerned about air pollution. Although this is really an excuse for an article to promote the hill diet neck so a hydrogen powered calm like the bus that are reported only couple of weeks ago. This con- takes an at and cleans it up removing the pm two point five in the PM tens when driven for one hour. They say twenty six point nine kilograms of is purified the same about forty two adults breathe in an hour. It's a hydrogen car with no carbon footprint in use. And it can be Philadelphia five minutes like a petrol car. So no delays or range are two that you might get with an electric car. However, the he'll die so costs sixty five thousand pounds, and there are eleven hydrogen refueling stations accessible to the public in the whole of the United Kingdom. And as I mentioned before if the hydrogen is produced by splitting it from natural gas it releases CO two so the car maybe clean, but the fuel production prices may not be let me also quote from James Spencer of potent fuels. But what about the UK infrastructure needed to meet current road fuel requirements for hydrogen? Fifty billion liters annually also applied six refineries eight import terminals four rail loading facilities six thousand three hundred and fifty miles of pipelines twenty inland..
"james spencer" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Seven hundred yard radio station. The clock is ticking for bread Kavanagh's accuser. I'm Chris foster, Fox News. The woman who says President Trump supreme court nominees sexually assaulted her. In high school has a deadline in twenty three hours to inform senators if she'd like to testify to hearing on Monday in DC, here's FOX's Rachel Sutherland, Chris Christine Blasi Ford once the FBI to investigate before hearing, so far President Trump has declined to get the agency involved something democratic Senator Doug Jones questions. Why is there a reluctance to get the FBI and fault? That's what they do. Democrats say Republicans are rushing to a hearing Senate Judiciary committee chair Chuck Grassley defense a time line. We've got to have time to plan for a hearing and was going come off. There's a certain time we got an order five people. Some Republicans have signaled the Ray to move on and vote if for decides not to testify Monday, Chris Rachel their reports of several people shot in Aberdeen Maryland. No details of commend yet. Really? But the FBI's assisting and calls it an active shooter situation. There's been an arrest. In the stabbing death of jogger in Washington. DC Tuesday night sufficient probable cause was established and this morning. We arrested and charged twenty three year old Anthony Crawford of northwest DC with first degree murder while arm. Dc police chief Peter Newsham says it does not appear to suspect knew the victim. Wendy Martinez was thirty five years old. She had a fiance their surveillance video from the take a takeout restaurant she stumbled into after being stabbed a man who shot at his ex wife and then killed his own parents at a retirement center in Pennsylvania is dead after a police chase aviation's help we were able to follow the vehicle into here. And he did crash into the original victims house state police trooper James Spencer says there was gunfire. It is not clear how Bruce Rogle died. He was apparently mad that his exit just been given their house in the divorce. That was being finalized on Wall Street. Big gain. The Dow is up two hundred and thirty two points,.
"james spencer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Forecast we bring in, meteorologist Frank straight Franken looking weather radar thankfully the heaviest rain that we were seeing the extreme rain that we were seeing off to the north of Boston has subsided for now just a couple of lingering showers but elsewhere we are. Seeing some additional showers starting to pop up in grow the are slow movers so you can see a. Prolonged downpours and that's going to be what. We have to deal with, this, afternoon with these scattered showers and in some places a thunderstorm producing that torrential downpours that can lead to additional or renewed flooding. We still have, the flash flood warning in effect, for southcentral Essex and eastern Middlesex County until two, fifteen that's where the most extreme rain has occurred so, far, today around Salem Lynn Peabody that hopefully in the runoff stage for now hopefully those floodwaters have received as we go through the next couple of hours aside from that we'll, see clouds at limiting son seventy eight for the. High this afternoon, for tonight lingering clouds and a shower with lows near seventy clowns A couple, more showers. Tomorrow hopefully nothing heavy seventy eight for. The high again warmer after that clouds, and sun eighty-two. For, the height day muggy day with a shower and thunderstorm around warm and muggy with clouds some sun and a shower Wednesday high eighty six I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Frank straight. WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty right now seventy three degrees with cloudy skies in Boston. WBZ news time one, twenty-five WBZ book club I'm Jordan rich one of our local treasures is bestselling author William Martin from back bay at the Lincoln letter he's captivated us with his unique take on thrillers and history now comes his latest called bound for. Gold featuring Boston rare book dealer Peter felon and girlfriend Evangeline is they're off to California to search for. The lost journal of one James Spencer and. His Irish companion Michael Flynn, those, two journey from Boston in the mid eighteen hundreds to pursue the mother load and the mythical lost river of gold or is. It indeed a, myth Fallon digs deeper encountering more, clues that lead to threats on his in Evangeline, life but the fun of reading Bill Martin is traveling Back in time, in this, case to the mid eighteen hundreds in. The heat of the gold rush it's dusty dirty, and dangerous not only for the gold miners but the indigenous people and the immigrants who stand in their way these types of novels, involved copious research but Bill Martin is a gift. Of telling a story that's fresh exciting and it prompts many of us.
"james spencer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To California, to search for the lost journal of one James Spencer and his Irish companion Michael Flynn those two journey from Boston in, the mid eighteen hundreds to pursue the mother load and the mythical lost river of gold or is it indeed a. Myth Fallon digs deeper encountering more clues that lead to threats on. His in Evangeline life but the fun of reading Bill Martin is traveling back in, time in this case to the mid eighteen hundreds in the, heat of the goal rush it's dusty dirty and dangerous not only for the gold miners but the indigenous. People and the immigrants who stand in their way these types of novels involved copious research but Bill Martin is a gift of telling a story that's fresh exciting and. It prompts many of us including me. To want. To learn more about the history. Involved the look club WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty thank you Jordan WBZ news time five twenty five the mother of Michael Brown wants to reopen the, investigation into his death her teenage son shooting death in Ferguson, Missouri by a white policeman helped spark the black lives matter movement ABC's can't Martin has the details from. Saint Louis mother Lesley McFadden made the call for a new investigation at the same time she announced she's going to run for Ferguson city council because she says it's. Time for a change the the community. And the. Police That bridge has been burnt I, want to work on rebuilding but Missouri governor Mike Parsons office rejected the request saying he has no legal, authority to do, so Kent. Martin ABC news Saint Louis WBZ news, time five twenty six actor and comedian Bill Murray is involved in a dispute with a photographer at a, Martha's Vineyard restaurant, Wednesday night According to police reports seventy one, year old Peter Simon was on assignment. Taking pictures for the Martha's Vineyard times at Lola's in oak bluffs when Murray allegedly accosted him Simon says he honestly didn't recognize Murray at first it wasn't until they separated and he, shot them in dancing that he recognized him as Murray whose acting career has included roles in Ghostbusters and groundhog day WBZ news time is five, twenty seven Jobs Man steals a plane in. Crashes Charlie Sherman will have that and the very latest in the news at five..
"james spencer" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"To spend more and more money to fix the problem the more money that is spent the more homelessness happens how does the illegal alien migration from mexico into los angeles how is that hurt the problem even worse after a huge problem i remember uh back in two thousand four when that will go out to south central to speak or go to meeting a young black man marine uh james spencer approached me was established appreciate all your work you do for the veterans for the homeless but as long as our government is focused on the on the illegals um um we're not gonna be able to help our people and of course i know he was talking about now have a i had those days a lot is it by you know friends i had a quick at the national cricket team made up of a mexican boys from compton uh shed the fed the hispanic latinos consi looked out for them and i think the marched with them for their rights uh saying they played a and then i was afraid is because every time you will confront me i i don't wanna hear it till five other side a better pay attention that wouldn't have studied i've trade took me floor months and then i realized that illegal immigration socalled i called him babies ocupation was the greatest threat to black folks one of the greatest dressed in black both sense of chateau slavery itself and i got a lot of hate to say that the now they hate me and then people want to kill me because of my position better they think i'm a racist against them because i simply to take care of american citizens and veterans and homeless people most important that they they have their own country they should force the government to take care of him at the congressional black caucus stands with the millions and millions of illegals utter poor a coming into america especially california where you are how how's it in the interests of black folks they have the cbc encouraging millions of more and legalizing the millions that are here how's that in the interests of black.
"james spencer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"He's made promise after promise after promise to spend more and more money to fix the problem the more money that is spent the more homelessness happens how does the illegal alien migration from mexico in the los angeles is that hurt the problem even worse after a huge problem i remember uh back in two thousand four without will go out to south central to speak or to meeting a young black men marine uh james spencer approached me was this tab we appreciate all you work you do for the veterans for the homeless base as long as our government is focused on the on the illegals um um we're not gonna be able to help our people and of course i know he was talking about now have a i had those as a lot is by it but they don't france ahead of cricket the national cricket team metal of a mexican boys from compton uh shed the i've said the hispanic i pino's consi looked out for them and i think the marched with them for their rights uh sank teeth safeway day and then the phrase blood because every time you will confront me i i don't wanna hear it till five the other side of better pay attention i witnessed studied i've prayed twenty four months and then i've i i realize that illegal immigration socalled i've called him bays occupation because the greatest threat to black folks one of the greatest dressed in black close since of chateau slavery itself and i've got a lot of hate to say that and now they hate me and then people want to kill me because my position better they think i'm a racist against them because i simply once it care american citizens and veterans that are homeless people most important that they they had their own country they should forced the government to take care of him the cbc the congressional black caucus stands with the millions and millions of illegals utter poor coming into america especially california where you are how how's it in the interests of black folks they have the cbc encouraging millions of more and legalizing the millions that are here how's that in the interests of black folk it is and you know i'm trying to be nice to maxine waters in the.
"james spencer" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio
"Heroin addicts who die of overdoses everday on the streets of la millions of tax dollars have been spent dozens of speeches political purposes have been made the situation is getting worse the growing problems from pacific palisades in los angeles burbank tobel air to pasadena to hollywood so if one is unlike downtown los angeles what is one see on the streets relative the homeless and shall we say nicer areas los angeles what does it look like ninety percent other people living in cranston lien to brock up brock up at brock and what we call skid row a black men ninety percent and then follow them are black women and children and then the other ethnic racial groups down there and um it's it's it's bad and people just live what they've done folks they've been out there so long and the new people come in the acclimate to the environment at once they acclimate what happened is they taste of freedom and and there too and and they found tranquillity and the misery they've embraced attain to stay same the most of them i would say 95 ninety percent of the men and women who are mentally and physically capable of holding a non five job not received they don't wanna do it they don't wanna go back to mainstream become mainstream the rat race talk about have for our guest 50 or 60 years the democratic party's control does and that the prison marisa gun in garcetti and he's made promise after promise after promise to spend more and more money to fix the problem the more money that is spent the more homelessness happens how does the illegal alien migration from mexico in los angeles how is that hurt the problem even worse after a huge problem i remember uh back in two thousand four but that will go out to south central to speak or go to meeting a young black men marine uh james spencer approached me was his tab we appreciate all you what could do put a veterans for the homeless as long as our government is focused on the on the illegals i'm not going to be able to help on people and of course i know he was talking about now i have a high had those days a lot is by cutting off strands i had a cricket the national cricket team made up of a mexican boys from compton shut up.
"james spencer" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Talk about have for i guess 50 or 60 years the democratic party's control does and that the prison mirrors a gun in garcetti and he's made promise after promise after promise to spend more and more money to fix the problem the more money that is spent the more homelessness happens how does the illegal alien migration from mexico in a los angeles how is that hurt the problem even worse after a huge problem i remember uh back in two thousand four when that will go out to south central to speak or go to meeting a young black man marine uh james spencer approached me was established appreciate all you what could do for the veterans for the homeless they said as long as our government is focused on the on the illegals we're not gonna be able to help our people and of course i know he was talking about now i have a i had those days a lot is back with you know friends i had a quick at the national cricket team made up of a mexican boys from compton uh shed the fed the hispanic latinos consi looked out for them and they ivoclar marched with them for their rights uh saying seats they played a and then i was afraid is because every time you will confront me i i don't wanna hear it till five out of sight of better pay attention that wouldn't have studied i prayed took me for months and then i've i i realized that illegal immigration socalled i called him bay occupation it was the greatest threat to black folks one a greater stress the black close since chapel slavery itself and i've got a lot of hate to say that and now they hate me and people were killed me because my position better they think i'm a racist again.
"james spencer" Discussed on FBE Podcast
"Comoran war grand butler history and the banking jamie dixon jezreel to me why john wilson has cassidy windsor appealed catch a cancer care is teddy bear young been man sorry about less lorenzo reno brawijaya milan nerve rich tarek mr bannon kartong and nail misdemeanors mr art with mr clinton ninety nine natural high merkley and you have no one but patricia presidency auto patrick shelley moore peter funds given around revenue ro robert trento sabrina l sara julie suhr jesse james spencer shambaugh who has holton z net loss and many more again sorry we can't get to everybody also these are some of the missing people listening from each of these different countries that we're gonna do the same thing of the countries again we're sorry if we don't get to your country if we didn't get to your name leave that hashtag let us know where you are listening from and joins us at eight some the next one of the no that's not john wales tearaway they've hashtag i go and xiaoyu out just know that i feel very sad it over time hopefully the numbers will be in your favor but thank you so much australia austria belgium chile costa rica denmark el salvador fronts germany india indonesia italy malaysia mexico minar myanmar jerod mayo netherlands norway the philippines poland sweden uk us special california oregon utah illinois michigan thank you guys so much again ignore way our president loves you there were some people any do you listen to last on probably not you have gone through.