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"janette" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

03:49 min | 7 months ago

"janette" Discussed on TFG Truth

"<Speech_Female> Many of the inmates, <Speech_Female> for example, here in New York <Speech_Female> have some <Speech_Female> form of <Speech_Female> mental illness <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> so if they <Speech_Female> are locked up, <Speech_Female> they need to be <Speech_Female> provided <Speech_Female> treatment. <Speech_Female> But many of them, <Speech_Female> as we know, are put back <Speech_Female> on the streets. Most of <Speech_Female> the crime that we're seeing <Speech_Female> are repeat <Speech_Female> offenders. <Speech_Female> And <Speech_Female> they're let out <Speech_Female> without any <Speech_Female> recourse without <Speech_Female> any <Speech_Female> accountability <Speech_Female> for their mental <Speech_Male> illness, which <Speech_Female> affects all of <Speech_Female> us. Those with <Speech_Female> mental illness, <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> they're more likely to <Speech_Female> be victims of abuse <Speech_Female> and they're more <Speech_Female> likely to commit <Speech_Female> abuse and crimes <Speech_Female> and overdose. <Speech_Female> So <Speech_Female> really, you know, <Speech_Female> I tweeted <Speech_Female> out to <Speech_Female> our mayor Adams. <Speech_Female> It's not just <Speech_Female> gun control. <Speech_Female> It's a matter of <Speech_Female> providing mental <Speech_Female> health resources, keeping <Silence> criminals behind <Speech_Female> bars. <Speech_Female> And looking at <Speech_Female> the big picture, otherwise we're <Speech_Female> going to continue to have police <Speech_Female> officers killed, <Speech_Female> cashiers at <Speech_Female> Burger King shot <Speech_Female> shoved <Speech_Female> and killed on the <Speech_Female> subway. It's <Speech_Female> quite disheartening. People <Speech_Female> young women <Speech_Female> followed home and <Speech_Female> stabbed to death in her <Speech_Female> own apartment <Speech_Female> because of a repeat <Speech_Female> offender <SpeakerChange> with <Speech_Male> untreated mental <Speech_Male> illness. <Speech_Male> And to touch <Speech_Male> on drugs real quick <Speech_Male> because I think that's <Speech_Male> super important <Speech_Male> too. I <Speech_Male> think part of the problem <Speech_Male> is and I'm not <Speech_Male> lumping <Speech_Male> everybody into this, but <Speech_Male> a lot of people <Speech_Male> don't understand <Silence> the true <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> strength of some of <Speech_Male> these drugs that are on the <Speech_Male> street. And what <Speech_Male> people will do to <Speech_Male> get more of that <Speech_Male> drug. <Speech_Male> I think <Speech_Male> at times really just <Speech_Male> don't understand <Speech_Male> heroin, fentanyl, <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> crack, meth, <Speech_Male> all that. <Speech_Male> They hear about it and they're like, <Speech_Male> oh, that's not good, but <Speech_Male> they don't understand. I <Speech_Male> mean, these people, <Speech_Male> when you're on drugs <Speech_Male> and I know this better than anybody, <Speech_Male> because I had two brothers on <Speech_Male> this stuff. <Speech_Male> I can't <Speech_Male> stress enough <Speech_Male> what they will do <Speech_Male> to go get <Speech_Male> that next <Speech_Male> high, right? Or <Speech_Male> what they'll do to go get <Speech_Male> that next dollar <Speech_Male> to get that high. <Speech_Male> And they'll do <Speech_Male> anything to do it, <Speech_Male> whether it's kill people, <Speech_Male> whether it's <Speech_Male> rob people, <Speech_Male> whether it's <Speech_Male> whatever it is. <Speech_Male> It's really, really <Speech_Male> scary, and I don't know <Speech_Male> that the population <Speech_Male> understands <Speech_Male> the true issue. <Speech_Male> And then the further <Speech_Male> mental health <SpeakerChange> that it causes, <Speech_Female> obviously. <Speech_Female> And then Mike, you <Speech_Female> have these <Speech_Female> young teenagers ordering <Speech_Female> drugs online, <Speech_Female> just <Speech_Female> try it, percocet, <Speech_Female> not realizing <Speech_Female> it, <Speech_Female> it's got something else <Speech_Female> in it. It's got fentanyl <Speech_Female> in it, and they <Speech_Female> take one pill <Speech_Female> one time and their <Speech_Female> found dead in their <Speech_Female> bedroom <Speech_Female> because they didn't realize <Speech_Female> what they've done <Speech_Female> and you have <Speech_Female> these drug dealers who are <Speech_Female> not held accountable. <Speech_Female> For <Speech_Female> what they're doing. So <Speech_Female> it's just we <Speech_Female> gotta crack down <Speech_Male> from all <Speech_Male> different avenues. <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> Yeah. <Speech_Male> Well, <Speech_Male> doctor, <Silence> you're <Speech_Male> clearly <Speech_Male> an extremely <Speech_Male> bright, extremely <Speech_Male> articulate, <Speech_Male> and we can not <Speech_Male> express how <Speech_Male> happy we are <Speech_Male> to have you have come on <Speech_Male> TFD truth. <Speech_Male> I think people need <Speech_Male> to hear these things. <Speech_Male> They need to <Speech_Male> they need to <Speech_Male> be provided <Speech_Male> with some hope.

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"janette" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

03:21 min | 7 months ago

"janette" Discussed on TFG Truth

"Because of that, we have now about at least 90% of the most vulnerable population vaccinated. So I think we need to look at the success has achieved overall. One last question before we get into mental health a little bit with the drug use and things of that nature. And I know we got to let you go shortly here. But we've done this once now with this great pandemic that we had, right? The government saw control that they had and a lot of them abused it, as you know. Do you see this? I know you can't predict the future and viruses and disease. But do you see this now that it's happened once all of a sudden because people are so scared and because this has happened one time already and it's the most massive level that it's ever happened. Do you see this happening again if it's another virus of some kind down the road? It is possible that we can't have another pandemic in the next few years, but I also think we have learned so much from this past pandemic as far as what we need to beat it, how we need to be prepared, which is making sure we have the capability to ramp up enough tests, making sure we have PPEs, enough masks, and gloves, making sure we have the capability to quickly institute the defense production act to ramp up supply of antivirals and monoclonal antibodies and treatments. And of course, always ensure that we have enough staff. So I think we've learned so much and we should now be able to be planning and preparing for any potential outbreaks. We saw here with omicron this past couple of months, The White House, they dropped the ball. They weren't prepared. They didn't have enough of anything. And hopefully that will never happen again and they learn from these mistakes that they've made. Yeah. And the next and last topic with you today, doctor. The idea of crime just rampant in some American cities. I mean, right before our eyes, I mean, they can't hide everything. I mean, we see the numbers. They try to see homelessness. They try. They try is right. We see the use of drugs laced with fentanyl. Fentanyl coming over our open borders on the southern side. I mean, that seems like something that it's like we can continue to try to plug the dam, but I'll tell you, it seems like the water is just flowing over the dam at an unprecedented pace. And it doesn't seem like there's an end in sight. Can you just comment on that? Yeah, it's so frustrating. We increase in murder, rape, burglary, deaths among police officers, has skyrocketed as well. Of course, some of that is from COVID, but a lot of it is from gun violence because we have these criminals who are not kept behind bars who have underlying mental illness, which is not addressed, and a lot of them also suffer from substance and drug abuse. We have upwards of almost 200 deaths per day from drug overdoses. So I think we have to look at the big picture. It's not just putting a criminal behind bars, but it's ensuring that they have mental health access treatment by psychiatrists to counselors to therapists to medications to help treat their drug addiction and to help with their schizophrenia or bipolar disease or severe depression..

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"janette" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

04:44 min | 7 months ago

"janette" Discussed on TFG Truth

"I mean, you'll protect your parents and your grandparents by wearing this mask. I mean, there are some children out there that you feel like they're going to have to go through extensive therapy to get back to where they were. And hopefully they do get back to that, doctor. But can you comment on the impact on children of this pandemic? Yeah, it's disturbing, especially those who have underlying medical conditions. And those with speech impediments or autism, for example, it's even more difficult. But it's important right now to understand, I am so tired of adults.

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"janette" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

05:12 min | 7 months ago

"janette" Discussed on TFG Truth

"You're feeling under the weather and it could be a COVID symptom, don't just go on a plane or whatnot. But I think what they've done is they've truly just the one size fits all approach. And then on top of that, you just fear monger to the end of time. And everybody is scared. Yeah, you're absolutely right. No need to be fearful. Just know your risk, take the steps to protect yourself. Of course, get your vaccine, especially if you haven't ever had COVID and you don't have that natural immunity. And just take precautions. Again, especially if you are a high risk individual. But I think at this point, you know, for example, I've only tested one patient, have had one patient this past two weeks, but tested positive for COVID. Here in the COVID omicron is almost gone here. So we really need to just keep that into consideration as we move forward living our lives. So why is something so to that point? So why is our governor making kids still wear a mask every day if that's the case? It's wrong. It's backwards. That's why I wrote an article on that because I think it causes more harm than good at this point for most of our children. And it should be celebrated, right? That this thing is nearly gone that we've basically finally won. We're at a finish line, so to speak. And instead, it just seems like they don't let this they don't let the story, the narrative die, but the virus seemingly has nearly been, you know, nearly been distinguished, right? Or extinguished. Right. We've met our goals. What was our goal? Our goal is to ensure that we don't overwhelm the hospital system to the point where they crash. And we met that goal. We've flattened that curve. And so we need to adjust our protocols to match the number of cases in the community and the prevalence of COVID in the community. And on that happen largely because of people like you, you on the front line, you helping people do the things that would be appropriate for them as individuals. So really, thank you for being someone out there. I mean, Mike and I were in offices all day long. We are not seeing these types of things, you know, literally right in our faces under our noses every single day..

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"janette" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

01:51 min | 7 months ago

"janette" Discussed on TFG Truth

"But I said, and like, you just described. We need complex solutions to this problem, meaning go to those sources of where the biggest difficulties are. So for people like my mother and all these people in hospitals and skilled nursing facilities, I said they need better treatment. They need to have people around them with nearly hazmat suits on. But not all of us did. And that's what really bothers me. The most complex of solutions were not seemingly followed. It was just a one size fits all approach everywhere, every city, every state. And I just feel like that's where this went significantly wrong. You're absolutely right. We took the wrong approach. We should have focused on the most vulnerable groups. Those are seniors are elderly and those with underlying medical conditions, you know, autoimmune disorders undergoing chemotherapy for cancer. If you're morbidly obese, if you have diabetes or heart disease, we should have focused on them and let the rest of us continue with our regular daily lives and not shut down businesses and close down the schools which have had such a detrimental impact on our children. And I think to your point, too, I think one of the biggest issues they've done and it's still we're living it now. They've truly scared the crap out of so many people. I know so many people and we'll go into mental health in a minute, but this has ruined them, right? They're just not used to life the way it once was, right? They're afraid to go to the store. They're afraid to go out without a mask on. They're hoping to have mass for the rest of our time on planes. And so I think that's one of the worst things we did here is we literally scared the crap out of 50% of people in America. The other 50 have gone about their life, it seems. And I'm not saying don't be careful, right? Wash your hands..

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"janette" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

04:39 min | 7 months ago

"janette" Discussed on TFG Truth

"That's going to take time to build up that trust, but when you go back and forth with the masks and with the boosters and when the social isolation and the distancing and going back and forth, that's it. You lose everybody. And doctor, if I could pop in there too. I think what's frustrating to me and you're in this field, I'm not. I sell insurance for a living. So that's what I do, right? But if mass work, when Fauci laughed about mass, however long ago that was when he made that little like when the guy interviewed him and said, hey, what about masking? And he laughed it off. To me, it doesn't seem like you're just going with the science and that changes, right? If masking works or if that's a good strategy, then we use that. If it's not, it's not, but you can't laugh about it in March of 2020 and then April of 2020 make everybody wear mask. Is that a fair assessment there? Yeah, we need to be serious, especially if you're in a high level position and the whole country looks to seek your guidance and direction. I don't think that's very professional. And again, it could ultimately lead to lives lost because now, well, what do we believe? Do we wear a mask? Do we not wear a mask? So I think it's important to take every aspect of medicine this virus, the pandemic, seriously. And I think if we make a mistake, you know, we should be honest and own it. And if we're not sure if something we should say, look, we once thought weren't useful, but now they are, or, hey, look, mass should help a little bit. They can help prevent you from being hospitalized or developing severe complications. But we're not sure it's not a 100%, so I think we should have come to the approach that this is what we think, of course it's not definitive, but let's try it..

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"janette" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

05:27 min | 7 months ago

"janette" Discussed on TFG Truth

"Good morning, so great to be with you today. We really appreciate this. There is so much to talk about and I know we want to get to mandates and the effect of shutdowns and masking, especially on children, first of all, I just wanted to talk a little bit about the CDC, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. There was some records of withholding data and two years into this pandemic reports say that only a fraction of data has been released. So Mike and I, we love doing podcast the TFC truth podcast with people who are in the know with experts and clearly you are one of those people. One of the things that I think is interesting is that the talk has been, we don't want to just dump a whole bunch of data because it might get misinterpreted. And I just wonder, in your opinion, is that how it has always worked where if the CDC gets information data do studies and so forth. Have they had to withhold information so that it's not misinterpreted or do you feel like this is a little bit of a different treatment of data through this pandemic? Yeah, I think this is a new precedent that we're seeing this past year and a half, two years for the specifically for the COVID pandemic. And I don't think it's the right approach, Mike. I think it's disappointing that they're only giving us bits and pieces of the data and of the information. I need for me to better take care of my patients. I want as much information available to me to help make decisions to protect my patients for their health and well-being. So for example, in this CDC data that was withheld, it was specifically in the groups between the ages of 18 to 49. They're not low low risk, like kids, but they're not high risk. Like, those over the age of 65. And they withheld the data on do they need that booster or two shocks enough to protect them to keep them out of the hospital. And so I think that was misleading. I think they did that because they wanted to encourage everybody to get a booster. Which I think is a problem because we need to look at other third world countries that don't even have their first and second shot, yet we're trying to push boosters here on Americans that don't even need it, especially if they have had COVID and have natural immunity. So we look at the big picture and I think transparency and honesty is important no matter what type of organization you are. Yeah, it's really interesting. One of the things that Kristen norland, she's a CDC spokesperson had said, and I really wonder if they saw or listened back, looked at the transcripts and said, oh, shoot, bad choice of words, but she basically said, why do they have to do a slow release of data?.

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"janette" Discussed on Power Flow Podcast

Power Flow Podcast

03:38 min | 11 months ago

"janette" Discussed on Power Flow Podcast

"Panel refurbishing and recycling giving panels a second life or proper cremation prior to working in renewables. She worked in personal development training and coaching. That is very near and dear to my heart. Actually and she is the author of three books and has a doctorate of consciousness studies. We're gonna go there in a second but Ginette welcome to the show. Thank you so much. Daime great to be here with you. Love what you're doing. Well i think what you're coming here today to talk about. End of life for solar generation. Equipment is such a hot topic right now because i think there's a faction out there that wants to talk about green energy not really being green and so because of the fact of what happens at end of life. And what can you recycle. What can you not recycle. Some really excited for this conversation today. can you tell us a little bit about What you do in particular and what fab tech does a solar end of life. You bet and i'm excited that we're talking about it too so thanks so much. Baptist wbap tick is a company that does solar panel refurbishing and solar panel recycling. So we work to be able to make make the process as simple as possible and of course this is all new. I mean we have only been with. The company itself has been in business twenty two years. But we've just got into solar panels about five or six years ago because we were in refurbishing of it equipment so it was a natural a natural evolution with the company's president which happens to be my brother-in-law and so you he got these solar panels rice. Somebody says hey. What can you do with the solar panels and so he figured out a fix them and ended up getting into the whole solar business to be able to give solar panels a second life basically to be able to to give them a second life for because we know that solar panels were built to last twenty five to thirty years and sometimes lasting a lot longer than that right and but many times and we can go into later they come off the field or they they something happens whether event or that sort of thing and then they become Done with their use. But there's a second use so he we do fixing of the solar panels cleaning repurposing and then selling the solar panels to do it yourself. Errors are veers off graders and people that normally can't afford solar and solar panels can get into a solar panel for whatever fifty sixty bucks. So we do that and then we got into recycling. Recycling is a very important part of this important.

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"janette" Discussed on Rare with Flair

Rare with Flair

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"janette" Discussed on Rare with Flair

"It was it was really fun. It kinda just felt like a big sleepover. some sleep. our yeah but So i would. I would roll out of bed like you know as late as i could put something on i. I know a lot of students are really into like just dressing athlete. I always tried most of the time. If even if it was just like jeans and a t-shirt i usually was like somehow trying. And i would wear makeup. I think every single day Yeah the two. I really liked. Do i still like doing them. And so like you know kind of rare to find that So you usually try and take care of my dog really quick before para transit came I would try and like shoves some sort of breakfast into my mouth. Usually that entailed cereal. I think my senior. When i was in an apartment with some friends it was like a had this egg thing that i could like. Beat an put it in the microwave and a minute tag. I mainly eggs ongoing theme. Your love my love. I love i love. And then i would get taken to my first class. Something related to computer science. Sometimes the janette. I didn't have a lot of genetic. Actually because i had a lot of credit transfer from high school so i didn't ever have the english course in college but like sometimes it was like fundamentals of computer science which like is was really cool and wild. Even though it's not information that i use any more of just like how to like data structures on how to organize data. And you're absolutely cool and wild but like yeah anyway so. After that in general i would go to starbucks. I spent a lot of my college going to starbucks On campus starbucks. Nope i would wore a little bit off to starbucks usually would take like fifteen minutes. I didn't mind the walk. I place my order on the phone..

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How I Made It: Kali Uchis

Latino USA

02:23 min | 1 year ago

How I Made It: Kali Uchis

"Since i was a kid i always loved. Oldies always loved music. That was like very dreamy. I used to do covers a lot of spanish songs. Like eh forget there is by janette and soured me the book. Yes osama says it done does a lot of my earlier music was because i didn't know how to produce. It was literally just samples. I've like the blackbirds literally. All my songs were of these. That i loved so definitely played a huge influence on the artists. I am today. The beginning of breaking into the industry was definitely just. When i've got my first laptop. I wanted to make documentaries in colombian i wanted to make art films and i always love making music and writing as well so i wanted to make music that accompanied there so i guess that was how i started the journey of like putting together my first little mix tape i maybe songs really quickly and i just put it out on like a website called opinion at the time and i put out these little videos that had been making it started just getting a lot of shares between people who had been around much longer than me making music mish longer than me and were very established in the industry so it was kind of embarrassing for me actually. After i realized that so many people were sharing it. I took it down off the internet. I couldn't have been eighteen because i graduated early. And i think it was my graduation year. I might have even been like seventeen going on eighteen at the time. I just was like if something that i literally made. Just messing around could get so much attention. Let me try to actually make some music. If you plus y'all yup

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"janette" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"janette" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

"This horrified look on their face and raving And but y payment for me when you said that is it's like where do you wanna be in five years story right and then you come in as cfo to say okay. So here's the numbers to support the story yet. I am i on one hundred percent. That's basically it and and that's the In a way that taking that intimation Away because it is intimidating for the person. Sometimes like people will not admit that they. I mean it's confusing and I really understand like real financial statement. And that's okay. And that's where i come in to put those species of see other in also give the tools to upper management or middle management or whoever needs that guidance To give them the tools like this is this is what What do you need to focus on this where you need to be looking at. This is how you know if your financials even make sense so areas to identify to ask the questions to to the team or to whoever like to the account under whatever like when something is off so it's just a different Ways to determine bad what we're going in that avoiding the numbers pizza Because either either it's boring whether They don't wanna do it or whether it's intimidating. It's a huge advantage because once again people numbers that's where the magic happens. I love that the people the numbers. That's where the magic happens. That's that is a great way to start. conclude today's episode and genetic. Can you tell people where to find your want to learn more about what you do what you can do for their organization yes They can find me either on my website Vida solutions dot com v. I t. t. a. Solutions come or on lincoln on very active only thin So it's my name on a yadel and yeah they can have If they're even not sure if they need this type of service I'm more than happy to have a free consultation with them and my goal at the end of the day is to really help and give them guidance off. You know what you actually don't need me. What you need is i. Don't know somebody like dawn. Or you know like i can point them in the right direction. Or maybe what you need a An accountant to clean the numbers or whatever that may be So it's not a for me just to come in sell my services. I really want to make sure that they know what needs to be looked at what needs to be taking care of To to begin with and then take it from there. So yes so. I'm more than happy. Always happy to have a conversation and May get a simplified. Because i think we can't over complicate things that is absolutely correct so so for those of you listening at checkout genetic guiral at solutions dot com and remember that people and numbers are the magic onto next time. May you arrive..

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"janette" Discussed on Catch my Killer

Catch my Killer

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"janette" Discussed on Catch my Killer

"Now. I don't know what it's going to be. I think the pictures i saw on some scientists. I'll pictures of the basement or something. Yes moldy dark. Yes what looked like a mop bucket and it was just kind of creepy looking. I think they're nothing. The fish tanks that were there was still there. When i went down there two years ago. They were empty. Of course but right you know there were things laying around but everything was basically the same as when you network there. Nothing would have been done except they used it for storage. I wonder if there's anything left behind after ought doubt it. Well if the things that reused to kill. Janette where what i think they are. It's possible that there might be some remnants of the scene still there. I mean nobody's been using it for thirty years. It's just people just throw stuff in it. I mean it's there's a new owner and they had a guy in there cleaning it up probably takes care of that idea then thirty something years too late. So what aluminum. No no no. I mean i i i don't i don't know what do you think that would be still be effective today and clean all up by now. Well why would they. I mean it's rock. It probably worth looking at. I guess we'll would. It hurt right. I mean it's all these years later. I mean i know i know where she was killed. Yeah i but and. I'm pretty sure i know what weapons reused but to find him and that'd be kinda hard one of them could be taking know just carried out actually two of them could be carried out of the store and nobody would know now. Have there been any breaks has has has anybody lee spin arrested or that you know of anybody that's been under suspicion that you know of other than alvin. Her husband now nobody else. I have my qualifications. I thought i saw pictures. I thought somebody drew a f- can't recall. I thought i saw pictures. Like three guys or something. Yeah those were people. That was a guy that was down in the basement. Somebody to people saw this person and they wanted to question them. I don't know if they ever question this person or not. I not privy to that information so let me ask you this last question. I ask everybody this question. I speak to for anybody out there listening to this. If they know anything about what happened to your sister night back in nineteen eighty three. What would you say to that person. Why haven't you said anything to police. Why what what's stopping you. If you know who did it do. They deserve to live any longer than ginette did and if they do why. And that include story of ginette roberson. What happens ginette nearly forty years ago. Why would anyone want to kill a woman known for her kindness and love for animals. Her children grew up without her. They deserve to know who killed their mother. And why there is someone out there who holds the answers to dissolve homicide. Could it be you. Do you know anything if so i asked that you contact the michigan state police at nine eight nine seven seven three five nine five one to report your tips. Even if it seems like an insignificant piece of information it could lead to a break in this case in. if you're a parent law enforcement official friend or relatives he can justice for an unsolved homicide case. Please visit my website. Incomplete the contact form or contact.

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"janette" Discussed on Catch my Killer

Catch my Killer

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"janette" Discussed on Catch my Killer

"When you first found out that your sister was gone. Now you said you were told that we told that she was murdered is that is that what you were just rather rather tonight brother told me the state police would not tell me so buddy's media thought when you first found that out i mean. Did you think that it was a robbery. Did you think that maybe it was domestic. Wh what did you think when you first heard that she was gone. I don't know what my mother thought. My mother never talked about it. She refused point blank. Refused to talk about it. Point blank feet refused every time we try to bring up. I don't wanna talk about it. Change subject my brother will not talk about it because he got put through the wringer i for the longest time had a problem with her death because they would not let me see her body somewhere in the back of my mind. It was like okay. She's new witness protection program. she's not really dead. This isn't really happening because this doesn't happen to people like me. You know i it just it. It's very surreal. It's like this is just something you're gonna wake up from and you know it's it's a dream but it's not. I did not have any thoughts as to what it was be honest. I didn't in this happened in nineteen three correct. Yes and i also read that. It occurred thinking the daytime. So i'm wondering when i was reading this about this i thought okay. It's a hardware store. There might be cameras in their. The store is in a row of stores and it's a shotgun type store and it has two storeys top story and the bottom story and then the basement three stories really basement basement is made out of rock and when you walk in the door you go to your left a little bit and probably fifty feet. There is a a counter and right behind the counter. Is it stairs to go. Upstairs and right next to that is the stairs. Go downstairs and there's no windows in that basement. It's totally dark and you can't hear anything from down there. You can't smell rocky set right. Yeah you can't hear anything and there's a back entrance going upstairs from that basement. Goes right out the back door. So maybe somebody was familiar outlay of the store. Yep that's interesting now. Do you know if she. I can't remember if i read it or not but i thought i'd read that she was sexually assaulted. That's a yes and i. Now that's all. I can say if there's if that's the case then no semen. There wasn't on. Yeah that's what i was gonna say. I say that if there was an courses. dna but there's no dna dna. Okay there is but not that. How do you go down the right now. Like that and not li some trace. Because i'm sure your sister fought back. Well janette was five one one hundred pounds. Very tiny ginette trusted. Whoever did this. She turned her back on. So then you think it was somebody she knew or trial and i'm yeah. I'm sure it was engine. That was the type of person that she talks to people. She wasn't stand offish person. She wasn't a wait and see person if somebody was wandering around lost or looking like they were looking for something she'd walk up and you know what what can i help you with. That's how she was. You know it. It's somebody could have been down there and said hey you know. Do you have this. And she would've sure turn you know. Turn their back and blitzkrieg happens and she's dead. If not like that. I mean you know. You work at a store when i was younger. I'm you know we're restaurants or work wherever you don't think anything of it. Somebody asked for something and you sure. Let me look and you. Don't you turn your back. told me. don't think anything of it. oh i i have. I did it a very young age. That was very nice very nice person. She trust a lot of people. Yeah i think i'd read that too. That she was very trusting so she may not have been suspicious of right. Whoever did this to her so do you know if did she have any enemies. Did she have any stalkers or guys. It kept trying to talk to her. I mean anything like that. I don't think so i again. I didn't really talk to her. And i don't think she told me if she did. I do know that she kinda felt uncomfortable. Working down there in a place by herself in a dark basement. I went down there once while she was working there. And it just. I didn't like it. I it was to me. You don't have animals and dark but that's just me. It just seemed closed in claustrophobic. But she didn't really have a problem with it. I don't think that she did. I know that somebody said there was a couple. hang up. phone calls I don't know that for sure. And i don't know if anybody was down there bothering her. I have my own theories. But i can't really get into that either understand. So what about now is your mother. Is she still alive. No she is a father's not either. How does affect them. I said my mother never talked about it. My father i. I don't have a relationship with him. But i do. Ginette forgave him and He put out a piece of paper he wrote a lot of state representatives and things like that and then put out a piece of paper you know stating that. The city read city had a reward fund out and things like that but that was about it. He didn't get any further on. I mean even if your mother didn't really talk about it. I mean i'm sure most of bothered her car did go down any. She couldn't go into any stores had pets in them. But i'm not talking ill of the dead because this is fact. She didn't do a lot of proactive wire to police working on this case more while some people don't do that i mean there are people i talked to very. They're very committed to it finding out what happened to somebody but i always hear about people who are just kind of they stay out of it. They just won't leave it up to the police. The police solve it good. If they don't solve it all they can live with right. I like that. She was one of the weekends. I came up here to see my mother. I stopped into the city and police chief and my mother found out about it and told me to leave alone and she got very upset with me because i being an adult and probably being a male child told her now or is your sister. You wanna know. Even if you guys still fan i i do i do i wanna know. But apparently that's not something that she liked him. Well sometimes you have to do things that are not popular. The macomb may finding the what happened to a loved. One i under. I understand that. I've had some my lifetime. I've had some friends who get murdered. And co workers. And i did have a cousin. Get murdered in domestic violence situation. More boyfriend was abusive and he killed her and then killed himself but the thing is i know what happened to my cousin and my friends at of that were that i've lost to homicide. I know who lie. They were murdered. And i know who murdered them. I mean they're.

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"janette" Discussed on Catch my Killer

Catch my Killer

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"janette" Discussed on Catch my Killer

"Selling animals probably pretty interesting job. I've never heard a hardware store with a pet section now. That's never never seen that. i haven't either. I know she liked it. But i don't think she liked it. If that makes any sense. I mean you know there's people around here. They have snakes you know they got to buy the food snakes and that i think that was something that kinda got to her a little bit. I do know there was one person that she refused to sell a bird too because he listened to rock music. I remember that so how long. How long did she work there. That's died. I don't know when she started. I don't have a clue started now. I had read that. She was having some kind of a problem with her husband or that she was going to separate from him or something along those lines. I don't know how true that is. And that was the jehovah's witness so again. I don't know how true that is. I talked to alvin one time. Elven is not the type of person to talk to other people. He's alleged brother-in-law right. Yes in my opinion. He's extremely shy extremely he. He doesn't have real a lot of self-confidence. I only talk to him once. When i went up there for nets funeral i know when i heard net died i was up there and he was at my mother's house and i told me eat and he said he wasn't hungry. That was it. That was the extent of the conversation but jeanette would not live with somebody. That abused her. She wouldn't and you know if you re comments on the youtube videos. That's been done on. Janette husband did it No no he. He didn't know the first thing about raising children because job. She was a jehovah's witness. I mean she took it to heart. The husband is the head of household woman raise. The kids took care the husband. That's how she was and it's kinda hard to explain. There's rumors that he was having an affair. I saw that okay. Well that may be. It may not be. And i don't believe in that kind of stuff. I could see where he would be lonely enough after ginette died not lonely. That's the wrong word. Overwhelmed is a better word. 'cause there were two kids and he would know the first thing about taking care of them literally he would not know the first thing about taking care of these two kids though you know if he was having an affair. I'm not one to judge. Yeah i saw that larry. The woman that he made is the woman babysitter that allegedly he was carrying on with which surprised link. What i read was a motivational factor for him to want to do away with his wife. That's what i've read. I don't sit. I don't the the amount of rage that was done to jeanette again. She would never live with somebody that had abused her and because she'll without her whole life and from what i've heard from her children you never raised his voice to her at all. I mean he packed up and moved from georgia from the only family. He ever knew to michigan. If he wanted a divorce he'd get a divorce ginette. Didn't have to agree with gordon michigan law. He could get a divorce but he wouldn't have fought over the kids or anything because he didn't know anything how to take care of him so that just kind of rules that out. In my opinion it's always the spouse or significant others always the one that's being we're going to be blamed regardless right What was done to her without telling too much. I can't see a husband doing. yeah. I read that. It was pretty brutal her. When did you find out you and your mother. When did you wanted the family. find the sell. My mom was working in reed city so she was like two blocks from when it happened. I was down state Seven months pregnant. Two kids running around. I'm sorry three kids running around. And i just gotten out of shower. There's a knock on the door. And there were two state policeman standing there and said you need to call your mother. That have a phone and i said why. And they wouldn't tell me they said you need to call your mother okay. I wouldn't next door and called my mother and my brother answered the phone and he said lanta ginette dad. She's been murdered. I said that's not funny. And he says.

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"janette" Discussed on Catch my Killer

Catch my Killer

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"janette" Discussed on Catch my Killer

"Killer podcast. Thank you for listening. It was the winner of nineteen eighty-three when land jarvi received. Knock on the door. It was two police officers. They told her that she needed to contact her. Mother immediately. Officers didn't provide any information but whenever police officers show up at your door. It's never going to be a good thing. Plan called and spoke to her brother. He had terrible news for that would never leave. her brother. Said janette is dead. Landa thought it was a joke but she was wrong. Ginette was lanez older sister due to family issues growing up the sisters were never close but still the women were still family. Genetic moved the georgia but left in return home to michigan with her husband. Alvin and two children. The family settled in at a small town in michigan. Called reid city. Jeanette had a love for animals. You can tell by looking at old photos. She found a job working in a pet store. That was in the basement of a hardware store. Called gambles landed told me that she had been in the pet store and never felt safe in it. She said that it was in the dark basement with no windows. On january nineteenth nineteen ninety-three another employee found genetic bruised and beaten body. Someone had also sexually assaulted. Her told me that there was no semen there was. Dna left behind she described. The homicide is brutal. Police believe that someone had killed her between the hours of one in four pm. What's difficult to understand about. This case is that she was killed while employees and customers were upstairs. Apparently no one saw reported anything unusual. The police put together composites of three different men who could have possibly been involved genetics. Death over the years there have been tips but nothing has ever led was suspect or any type of motive read city is a small town where homicides aren't common. The murder had sent a shiver through the tiny michigan town. Things like that just didn't happen there especially not to a woman is kind and friendly. As janette landed described. Jeanette is a small woman but someone with a big loving personality. She told me that the police and other podcast about the homicide. Believe the genetics husband. Alvin may have been involved. The lane strongly disagrees. She told me that. Alvin was a peaceful man who never raises voice at his wife. She also said that genet- would never have tolerated any type of physical abuse. Leinna also addressed rumors about alvin allegedly have an affair and looking to end his marriage if she told me that she doesn't necessarily believe this to be another belief is that nets wasn't plan because she was killed with items from the store. It could have been someone who is interested in dating janette but was rejected. Jane were the nineteenth marking. The thirtieth anniversary of ginette robertson's brutal homicide the building where she took her final breath still exists. The basement has since become a storage area. Whoever killed jeanette has never been identified. Lanna has said that she will continue digging and trying to get publicity for this case she will never give up looking for her sister's killer now along with the story. Ginette roberson is told her younger sister. Lanna jarvi so janette. Was your sister right yes. I can't believe it to void this many years. And you've not any answers about what happened to her well. I didn't even live here when it happened. I live down state at the time. What kind of person was she. And what do you remember about her. When you were young she was born in detroit and she had an older sister. Two older sisters one died and then say she was. They were four of three girls and boy. I remember paper dolls to cut out paper dolls and draw really pretty outfits for them and put them on and that's what i remember about her else. Remember one year we went fishing in the rivers and she fell in and almost drown. She was just a good person. We didn't really have a great home life so you know there was a lot of bad things that happened to ran away from home when she was thirteen and my older sister ran away from home when she was fourteen. So i was nine at the time. That was pretty much the last time i lived with her. When i was nine and you know there were letters. There would be letters and things like that but never any more face to face contact. It doesn't sound like you were very close to her then. No we're not a close family at all. We weren't at all and she moved back to michigan. And i i would love to know why they moved back here. She lives in georgia. We lived in georgia at the time when she ran away. My father's in the military so you can probably imagine what life was like. Yes active duty. We did some moving to yeah. Well that's there was a lot of moving but there was also the white glove treatments and corporal punishment above and beyond and A lot of things. That should not be happening. Two little girls by their fathers so she ran away from home. She ran away to a to her or they got married her husband's house because we were boarding a horse and he was stable hand. And that's how her and her husband met and she ran away to their house. Yeah that's the. Last time i saw and until she moved back to michigan and i live downstate. I would come up here every every weekend to see my mother. And i didn't even know she was moving back till i saw my mother's house you saw at your mom's house and she told you. Ask moving back to michigan. Yeah what was bringing her back to michigan. I have no idea. I was twenty three at the time i mean when she was murdered so i was probably twenty one twenty two years old twenty one and twenty two year olds. I mean i had two kids at the time. I really wasn't paying much attention anything. I don't have a clue as to why she was moved back to michigan. They weren't college educated. They you know had. I don't even know she graduated from high school. I think she did but you know there was no formal education higher than that. There was no reason for her to come back here. None in my opinion. I mean at that time. Michigan state of michigan was in economic slump. So what would be the point will. Maybe she came back to be closer to your mom. Is that a possibility that could be i. I don't know but you know she would. If that's the case then her husband came with her and he left the only family he's ever had he'd never been out of state of georgia moved here and he was like a fish out of water. Is your sister and your brother in law. They moved from georgia. They moved back to michigan. Now your sister ended up getting a job working at a department store or some kind of store or something. That is that what happened was she had a job before that at a company called nar tron. They not sure. I'm not sure. What kind of parts they. But it was a line work thing and then she got a job at actually. It's a gamble store. It's a hardware store but they had a pet department in the basement and that was really connected to animals and she started to work there. Oh that's interesting. I am too big animal lover so working with for somebody that likes to work with that. Loves animals working with animals or.

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Ep. 68 - Dave Hull R.I.P., Tigers in Vegas & Mask Fashion - burst 04

Talks With John Podcast

01:26 min | 2 years ago

Ep. 68 - Dave Hull R.I.P., Tigers in Vegas & Mask Fashion - burst 04

"Where we did the film help. We were in the Bahamas. That was nineteen, sixty five, and Dave came out to be with us. Man. It was nice because now he's a good familiar face, right? If you didn't like him do you have these of a pair of? Used very attached to them. Unfortunately they were right in there were expensive gold or something expense on glasses and he needed him anyways in the Bahamas right. George Oh glasses. Now George. But we'll could they do? Hey let him have them have a fight with George? Harrison of the Beatles something my goodness. I you know I bet if If things were different George would certainly handed back but. Here poor. Dave is in the Bahamas. Jets over it I mean he really was. African and his wife Janette Cod. Together since the beginning of read his book. It's a very long book, but it's fascinating and you guys are a good read. Yeah. You guys are all over the place because. Everyone but Dave climbed the ladder. Oh Yeah. Bro Pioneered a lot of ground. Yeah. He sure did you know as a jockey? In Texas? E worked in what I think. New Mexico in the middle of nowhere. It's all over the place because that's what

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"janette" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

In Search of the New Compassionate Male

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"janette" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

"The sink. Oh goodness. That's good. Okay. So I want it. First of all clay, you mentioned the word Patriarchy and this is something that I would love to talk. To, our audiences about. Absolute has sometimes I hear the the word Patriarchy used as sort of a weapon against men. To say, Hey, man, it's your fault that life is the way it is. Okay. and. Sometimes, I would prefer to call what we call the Patriarchy the child bearing culture. Because this culture that we arrived out where men are the protectors and providers though they're expected to register for the draft when they turn age eighteen. And where women are. Expected to be the homemakers and the child bearers, right? Yes. It turned into what we call the patriarchy but it's really I wanna say it's nobody's fault. It's just what we created when we have a culture centered on children and. Bearing you know we needed the men to go out and catch the meat for the day and we needed someone to stay at home and ten the fire in and the children and cook the meals we needed that and now. And by the way, those roles in some ways have been a blessing and in some ways have been really oppressive as well for both men and women willing to spin accentuated win with the industrial revolution. And private property private private property and acquisitive nece when when acquisitive nece to have more than enough. was more than than what I would possibly need. became a positive thing. Yeah. And I think the patriarchy I mean we can. We can trace that back. You know thousand years. But it seems like the past eight years. It's been just accentuated in right now is just you know staring us in the face just really stood there is this is the thing. This is the thing that I love about you saying Janette about let's remove blame. Because if we look at it as as a system. It's not. This. This is a system. It's not something that we sit there that we that that we certainly we can either reinforce the system or help to change or to evolve the system, but it is a system. It's something that we were born into as to part of. What we were now that we are here, now's our chance. What can we do about it and because nature abhors a vacuum? What does a post patriarchal? World Look like what does a world where there's more compassion? What is the world when we're able to deal with anger in a healthy way to use those emotions in a positive? Way as opposed to using a destructive way a scalpel in the hands of a murderer. Kill someone in the hands of doctor would he'll someone? It's the same It's the same instrument. Yeah, absolutely. Yes..

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"janette" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"janette" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Getting in the car said I'm not I didn't say you are. I said I'm just making which is why we're sitting under stars on leave, but he's in a race sitting with the Oscar. Besides, I hate birds always know my car putting up a fight, but I didn't come to spy. I'm not boys trying to get you to keep your room. I'm just on a day to show me what you think. Let me see your hands. That girl. When you hit me, you know you have your place. You know, howto tell me up with will have your ways now. Wait. Hello. Base that back, baby Bean does not Janette. Better tapping. Get money. They're rich and mighty. I think I am, but it's happy. So you had a beggar. A thing is Jake. You better get the atomic slight in the market when he pals but never been a line for a real pig. You could never take my and the planet with no gate on. Uh in there, boys wanted you from the way they want to go down that lame little rubber plastic. Put it in his math based that back, baby Bean does not own it. Better tapping that tapping money, dear rich, baby happy and I think I met him. Wait best using another one deejay challenge, cutting my phone stuff from the plane. You let I'm giving jobs on pasta doctor giving jokes. They shut down, takes out shut. He was known last year. Get tough A 2020. I can You know if I want a long life a legendary one. I want a quick death and an easy one. I want a pretty girl and an.

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"janette" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"janette" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Janette. It's Dr Liederman speaking with Lauren about lung cancer, you were seen by a pulmonary doctor who was insistent that they open up your chest and they send you to the lung surgeon and they were insistent on cutting on you, right? Absolutely, and would not accept me as a patient. If I didn't do that, your nurse, you worked at some of the biggest hospitals and you just didn't want your longan chest opened up in your lung thrown into the garbage can right the bucket. Why? Because at the super duper pooper, I saw what happened. And what did you see with Dr Liederman the team and you have the treatment and that cancer's gone away, Right? What would you tell someone who's got cancer making? First stop, Doctor. Leave them in. For more information, Call Dr Liederman two and two choices. 13 84 Broadway at 38 we accept most insurance is Medicare, Medicaid called two and two choices for more information, thousands treated over decades. W o R News time is tuo Vivat Wooo are sports. The Mets in Miami Marlins didn't play on Thursday, though they did take the field together. Before the finale of their four game. Siri's in New York was postponed. It was one of seven MLB game's called off in a statement against racial just injustice Yesterday. Metsmanager Louise Roe has also says he's proud of his guys were proud of them. Just Fully supportive, but what they did out there, you know, just to use the baseball platform to what their fate their opinion for this topping out there, which is, you know, we'll feel strong that were very, very much against, you know, just racism and Any justice, you know, and we want this to stop right now..

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Florida woman bitten by stray kitten billed by hospital for $48G: ‘My funeral would have been cheaper’

Lee Mathews

00:48 sec | 3 years ago

Florida woman bitten by stray kitten billed by hospital for $48G: ‘My funeral would have been cheaper’

"Wildlife biologists. Janette Parker spotted a stray cat just outside Florida's Everglades national park. She offered at care and food. New York Daily News says miss Parker had some tuna inner car, but the cat bit her finger during feeding worried about a health alert still in effect miss Parker headed to the emergency room at Mariners hospital in nearby key Largo, her wound was examined and she received the first in a series of four rabies shots as well. As an injection of an antibody, which cost forty six thousand of the forty eight thousand dollar Bill the CDC estimates that treatment such as miss Parker's, which includes the immune globulin and the four doses of vaccine given over a two week period can cost more than three thousand dollars on average. But each hospital Kim said it's. Own

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Bill Of The Month: Rabies Treatment After Cat Bite costs $48,512

NPR's Business Story of the Day

06:52 min | 3 years ago

Bill Of The Month: Rabies Treatment After Cat Bite costs $48,512

"Reality in our healthcare system prices that can be unpredictable and really really high. Now patients are told to be consumers to shop around and find the best prices. But in some situations, you really can't do that. You are stuck at a hospital which can charge you really whatever they want to this is at the heart of our latest Bill of the month segment. Dr Elizabeth Rosenthal from our partner. Kaiser health news is here to help us. Try and understand and dissect a huge Bill that was sent to us from a listener in the Florida Keys, Dr Rosenthal. Welcome back. Thanks for having me again. Well, who are we talking about today? We're talking about a Bill from Ginette Parker. She's forty four a biologist, and she was exposed to rabies or is afraid she might have been. So as you can imagine. She was rather alarmed. Yeah. That can be fatal. If you don't take care of it. Right. Absolutely. Luckily, they're really effective treatments. But it involves getting some immune globulin, and then basically a rabies vaccine, which is exactly what you did. Okay. Well, let's hear her story. And then I wanna come back to you and ask you some questions, but her story comes to us from reporter Nancy Klinger from member station. W L R N in south Florida. She went to visit Janette Janette Parker is an animal lover that's obvious from the menagerie at her home in the Florida Keys to dogs. Three cats Sakata tortoise. He's eighty pounds and poultry fish, tanks spirited dragon. That last one's a lizard. Her cats are normally pretty shy around company, but one of them comes out to greet us while another streaks under the couch that is breakneck Sally because she'll walk between your feet and trivia sale. Parker's love for animals has become part of her career. She's a wildlife biologist for the state of Florida. So she monitors the populations of indeed. Injured species like the key deer in the lower keys Marsh rabbit, but her love for animals gutter in trouble last September. She was on the mainland near Everglades national park, and she saw kitten by the side of the road. It's pretty common for people to dump animals in that area right outside the park. The kitten was skinny and looked like it was sick Parker had a packet of tuna in the car and pulled over to give it some food and in the process he just grabbed onto my finger while he was eating. So he broke the skin on my finger. Parker says the kitten wasn't trying to bite her and it was just a tiny little scratch, and I was in Barras to go to the emergency room over my tiny scratch, but he did break the skin, and I was bleeding and there had been rabies alert in the county not month couple of cats and quite a few raccoons tested positive and one otter also so Parker went to the emergency room at Mariners hospital just up the overseas highway from her house, she got the immunoglobulin injection that. Acts against rabies until the rabies vaccination takes effect. Yeah. Win homes. No big deal. I was in and out of there, really fast. And then the Bill came the total cost was forty eight thousand dollars. And I thought it was a joke. I just couldn't believe it. I it had to be a mistake. That was what I was thinking. I was sort of laughed, and I was upset at the same time. Yeah. I couldn't believe it. I shot. It was forty eight thousand dollars. Parker says she eventually stopped by the hospital to get an itemized Bill, but they didn't drop the price. She had to pay three hundred and forty four dollars to cover her deductible. Then ten percent of the Bill. Parker says no one at the said anything about cost when she was there. If she had realized how much it would be she would have waited until Monday and gone to the county health department, the experience has given her a new perspective on money. I liked to gauge everything now, but how much my rabies shot costs. So my boss got a new roof on his house, and it costs twenty thousand dollars. And I was joking that you couldn't even get half. A ray. Baby's vaccination for that. One thing has not changed because of this experience. She still an animal lover would you hesitate now before pulling over if you saw sick animal and the side of the road, probably not and now with the protection of a rabies vaccine, she says, she might be even more inclined to stop the next time. That story comes to us from Nancy Klinger for member station. W L R N. She was reporting from plantation key in Florida still with Dr Elizabeth Rosenthal. From Kaiser health news, Dr Rosenthal, forty eight thousand dollars for a shot. And I'm just trying to do the math. You've Ginette had to pay ten percent. I mean, she was responsible for more than four thousand bucks. That's right. And you know, rabies immunoglobulin is expensive, but many hospitals would charge about three thousand dollars for that. So the pricing here is pretty add a line will what why is the hospital able to to charge. I mean, like more than ten times what it should be or what other hospitals story. Well, you know, hospital prices are pretty arbitrary. There's little rhyme or reason for how they said their prices. And hey, look, this is a medical service. Can't refuse. You might have been exposed to rabies. So you're kind of a sitting duck, and they can basically charge whatever they want. The funny thing is when we looked into this we discovered that the price of the rabies medicine genetic got dropped from about seven thousand dollars a unit to about a one thousand six hundred fifty dollars a unit just a month or two later. So that shows you how crazy it is. Oh, so this hospital started charging dramatically less for this shot shortly after Ginette was treated. Yes. And when we asked the hospital, they said, oh, well, we periodically adjust our prices, but I'd like to note that on January first this year hospitals had to suddenly reveal their prices, according to a new federal regulation. So they knew that that may be too high seven thousand dollar price would be out in the public as of January first. So maybe they were trying to make adjustments before new year came. Oh, wow. So the hospitals were were trying not to look outrageous when they were actually required to start telling people what they were charging. Well, that's one theory. You know, so the price. Dropped about sixty percent. And can you imagine? If like, you went to buy Prius one month, and it was thirty thousand dollars and the next month on the first of the month. It was suddenly ten thousand dollars. I mean that would be outrageous. But that's what happens in medical care. All the time. I started the couldn't imagine if I paid thirty thousand dollars and then saw a drop like the next day. What can you do? I mean, if you're bitten by an animal, and you go to the hospital, and you're desperate, and you don't know they're charging this much since for the moment. There's no kind of price drop guarantee in healthcare. I think what you need to do. First of all is protect your health. So you do need to go to the hospital you need to rabies immunoglobulin. You should know that many public health departments will hand it out. So if it's during the week, you can check their first, and then, you know, try and go to an in network hospital. So at least you better negotiating power is anything in the change for Jeanette. Can she get some money back? The problem with healthcare is that once you've spent it's very hard to get money back. But her ensure is negotiating this. And I do hope that you know, they look at this price drop and say, hey, what gives we she shouldn't be responsible for that. Big a Bill.

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U.S. stocks climb ahead of record for longest-ever bull market

America's Truckin' Network

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U.S. stocks climb ahead of record for longest-ever bull market

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Willpower and success

Book Marketing Mentors

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Willpower and success

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Washington Nationals' Trea Turner apologizes after old offensive tweets resurface

SportsCenter AllNight

01:12 min | 4 years ago

Washington Nationals' Trea Turner apologizes after old offensive tweets resurface

"Deep and you Baby Outta right field does scooter All of that one yes he did Louise. Castio allowed four hits overseas I seven frames Janette the two run home run reds won their third. Straight over the Phillies order nothing Cincinnati won a four game series against the Phillies for the first time in nearly twenty one years or heard about nukem and the, former tweets from the. Braves left-hander will national shortstop trae Turner became the third major leaguer this month, to have, old offensive tweets resurface tweets dating back to two thousand eleven and twelve from, the Dan eighteen year old used a gay slur and featured anti gay comments in a joke with, racist undertones on Sunday, night Turner, issued a statement saying quote there are no excuses for my insensitive and. Offensive language on Twitter Turner now twenty five, is well NATs general manager Mike, Rizzo said in a statement I spoke into Trey regarding the tweets that service earlier tonight he understands that his comments regardless of when they were posted are inexcusable. And is taking full responsibility For his actions on the field Washington's struggles continue.

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Trea Turner: Nationals shortstop's insensitive tweets unearthed

SportsCenter AllNight

01:55 min | 4 years ago

Trea Turner: Nationals shortstop's insensitive tweets unearthed

"High Hi fly ball pitcher deep right field and this one is. Not coming back Zobrist with a home run into the cardinal bullpen cubs with an early wanted. Nothing, lead Ben zobrist, did it with, the bat as well as the glove A, swing and a fly ball to. Shallow right field coming on diving its head and did he tragedy shirt head Rob Dexter Fowler of a base it with a diving catch in right. Field as heard right here on, ESPN radio zobrist went deep, is part of a four ahead nights. Scored a pair and as you just heard flash the leather in the, cubs five to win to avoid the sweep Kyle Hendricks struck out eight over seven strong innings to get the wind Chicago a game and a half up on Milwaukee for the top spot in the. Central babies high deep and you Baby Outta field does schooner Janette down all of that. One, yes he did Louise castio allowed four hits. Season I seven frames Janette the two run. Home run reds won their third straight over the Phillies. Order nothing Cincinnati won a four game series against the Phillies for the first time in nearly twenty one years or heard about nukem and the former tweets from the, Braves left-hander will national. Shortstop trae Turner became the third major leaguer this month to have old offensive, tweets resurface, tweets dating back to two thousand eleven and twelve from the Dan eighteen year, old used a gay slur and featured anti gay comments in a joke with racist undertones on Sunday Turner issued a, statement saying, quote there are no excuses for my insensitive and offensive language on Twitter. Turner now twenty five is well NATs general, manager Mike Rizzo said in a, statement I spoke into Trey recording the, tweets that service earlier tonight he understands that his comments regardless of when they were.

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Trump issues all-caps threat to Iran

South Florida Morning Show

03:51 min | 4 years ago

Trump issues all-caps threat to Iran

"For a vehicle fire and go so top off your fluids because of the heat it is a problem President. Trump issuing a new threat to Iran. Last night on Twitter in. All caps sack at the White House President Trump, fired off a late night. All caps warning to Iran he tweeted never ever threaten the United States again or you will suffer consequences the likes of which few throughout history have ever suffered before hours Earlier Iran's president issued a threat of his own saying war with Iran is the mother. Of all wars, and adding, Mr., Trump do not play with the lion's tail or else you will regret it. Are signs ABC news Washington a new poll gives President. Trump the highest Republican approval numbers of, his. Presidency the latest NBC news Wall Street Journal poll Shows eighty percent of Republican voters surveyed approve of how Trump is handling his duties as president police are confirming that a gunman. Is dead after, a mass, shooting, in Toronto the other fourteen are victims I can tell you that one has. To their injuries at this point in time A young, girls in critical state right now the shooting happened in the eastern Toronto neighbourhood. Of Greek town last, night Saunders, said the suspect was armed with a handgun exchanged gunfire with police, before he died please do not have a motive but, investigators have not ruled out terrorism Representative Trey Goudy blasting the Justice department for leaving out who funded a surveillance warrant of President Trump's former policy adviser applications scenes the amount of, reliance they placed on this. Product funded by the but by Hillary Clinton's campaign and the DNC county says the secret court should have been told that the dossier. Was partially paid for by the Clinton campaign nineteen year old. Tyrone fields turned himself in after the Broward sheriff's office yesterday released video footage of him. Allegedly robbing and shooting sixty one year old father of to parkland massacre survivors. Fields is charged with murder. And robbery with a firearm revere beach police investigating a shooting yesterday that sent multiple People to the hospital the shooting comes days after the town hall meeting. Though they held to curb violence in the area last week. Seven people were shot in, two people died man is dead after apparently, drowning in Palm Beach county the body of sixty five year. Old Devon Mirage was found yesterday morning you're the book Raton resort and club where he was staying, divers with Boca Raton police found, the body hours after the man was reported, missing the, football world is mourning the death of former dolphins head coach Tony Sporanos Fifty-six-year-old. Passed away unexpectedly yesterday, is home, in Minnesota where he was the Vikings offensive line coach he complained, of chest pains on Thursday underwent tests was released on, Friday and found unconscious yesterday morning in four seasons coaching the dolphins who went twenty nine thirty two but won the AFC east in two thousand and eight Speranza was survived by, his wife Janette two sons. And daughter and four grandchildren the survey Bola Fe new sake fifty w. f. t. l. celebrity chef Paula Deen's white-bearded husband has won. The Ernest Hemingway look alike competition in key west annual Hemingway day's festival wrapped up yesterday I had my whole family and friends and a teams I definitely had the biggest crowd I saw that he was so passionate about it. And he wanted to. Do this you, wanted to participate so, deans husband Michael groover from Savannah Georgia triumphed over one hundred fifty entrance on his ninth attempt during Saturday night's Hemingway look alike contest was that sloppy Joe's bar a frequent haunt of the author during his key west years and go to our. Website eight fifty WT dot com see the photo of me looks just like Ernest Hemingway and there's Paula Deen. There. With her mouth wide open anyway it is now time. For traffic. News time is eight oh five we check traffic. And weather together on the fives Good morning traffic is brought to you by. Burlington I ninety..

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Matt Harvey throws four scoreless in Cincinnati Reds debut

SportsCenter AllNight

02:28 min | 4 years ago

Matt Harvey throws four scoreless in Cincinnati Reds debut

"The espn app i am jim baskerville matt harvey made his reds debut on friday throwing four scoreless in fifty five pitches while yielding just one a hit to the dodgers lowering his era almost a full run to shade over six heading into friday's match up with harvey's former team the mets so do harare had reached base in thirty nine straight games the longest streak for phillies player since bobby abreu's forty eight game ron in the two thousand season he extended that streak to forty with a long ball off stephen mats and that lead held up until the ninth hi two run homer off the cider jim front of the second the mets need that reading a score of two to one and they would at three two one two run home run in the ninth off phillies closer closer hector nara singh gave the mets that three two one win jake arrieta gave up five hits over seven hundred third scoreless they held at one to nothing lead until narrates entered into the ninth conforto followed by devon missouri co the next pitch go back toback we mentioned harvey didn't factor in the decision in that reds dodgers game but the big bat belong to scooter patty swings any sensor drive down the right field line that ball is gonna be outta here ron paul ryan into the lower deck down the right field live by scooter janette you talk about a smoking whitehot bat wwl w seven hundred ginette four hits including that long ball knocked in three cincinnati won their third straight six two over l a fly right field cooking for the foul and all these as extends his hitting streak to eight games with his twelfth home run patty ties this game and one apiece those braves youngsters headlined by that guy is he albee's moved into a tie for the nfl and home runs collecting his twelve thousand a year atlanta was looking to win their ninth straight on the road not to be jt rail muto had three hits including his fifth long ball miami broke a four game skid doubling the brave six three starling castro a second home run drove in a pair for the winners on the same day the cubs passed out his bobbleheads wilson contraire as did this in the.

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Russell Crowe, Alison and Patrick discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:44 min | 4 years ago

Russell Crowe, Alison and Patrick discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Oh adjust of it yes he will these stanley cup playoffs get underway wednesday the predators on the presidents trophy and the lightning took top spot in the eastern conference and finally russell crowe's the art of divorce auction rate in two point eight million dollars which included these selling of a chest protector that he wore in the oscar winning film gladiator that went for ninety six thousand dollars allison can you give me more details on this place i want some more details on the art of divorce auction maybe we can get a guest on the can explain to us everything i this is a funny thing he made three million dollars just selling his divorce stuff three million dollars russell crowe did you just read the store did you not remember the number was two point eight million dollars that's a fun listen i'm all about accuracy on this show and you got it wrong two point eight million dollars it's actually three point seven for all the latest headlines and information tune in the sportscenter on espn radio all throughout the day alison help me out here because you're the voice of reason and by the way got yo dollars for the last segment you read the internet wrong give us the real story about patrick read villainous masters champion stu gods botched everything about the quotes the everything mother said what do you have for us he is a strange with his parents and his wife just seen his on has written on social media in two thousand sixteen she claimed that there was physical and verbal abuse in his childhood they've denied that but that's where the the estrangement is coming from janette read said quote i can't believe my son is the masters champion it's surreal it was a dizzying mix of pride and pain.

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