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"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Jean Richard Sunday morning WG and were often 12 45 today. For White Sox baseball. Who is that guy that used to do the sports on W. G. N on Sunday morning? Who's now the play by play guy? I've forgotten his name. Something Andy and the might be Andy Sandy, Andy Maher. Andy wasn't sandy something he'll have no flavor. Cover him listening. What time is game time? Jo won 21 23 are Carmen's pregame at 12 40 months has got the pre game coming up, so we're off a little bit early. Today. We're going to get into our food time show in a few minutes. I did a major purging at my house yesterday. Ah, tell you about that in a second. Just really quick before we before we move on. A lot of people are wanting to vote by mail, and you have no idea how to do it. The Tribune today has a really good article. If you go online chicagotribune dot com If you go to their article you can click on. If you live in the city of Chicago, You can click on links to get a ballot sent to you this for the city of Chicago for Cook County. For the various counties. It couldn't be easier to get your ballot and they also have You know, Some people are concerned, you know? Well, my, if I do vote by mail, will you get back so my vote can be counted in time. They also have listed Places that you Khun, go to drop. You know you get your you get your mail invalid. You fill it out, and then you condemn it off Cook County, DuPage, Kendall McHenry County. They have drop off points where you could do that. So you know you don't have to worry about your Ah, your ballot getting lost someplace. So check it out. Or, you know you could go to Chicago Board of Election Commissioners website, Cook County. Whatever your county is where you vote? That's that's where you would check that out for vote by mail. Did you get a form to register for of male Did I had also? Yeah, I put in for it. Yeah. And you know, you and I are very traditional when it comes to voting. We want to go to the polling place and actually cast the vote this way, so, But, you know, with all that's going on this maybe the the first I'm seriously thinking about mail in voting. Yeah. I always enjoyed the you know, going to the polling place, but you know who knows? Who knows what's going to be with The virus, so I just I just didn't want to take a chance. So I haven't gotten my ballot back yet. I don't know when they're going to send those out for Cook County. But that's the way it's going to work you put in your request you apply for it. Then they send you the ballot. And then you fill it out. And either you know when you when you get it, everybody's saying you've gotto send it back right away. Got to send it back right away. Or there's all these drop off points Now where you can, you know, also send it that way as well. I registered For melon voting when I when I got it, and I'm pretty sure I got approval already. Did you get a notification that you were approved? I think so. Yes. Now I'm looking through my mail box and I can't find it. But, yeah, I mean, I got a response already distributed of peace today, I got to say Answers a lot of questions that I had about it. So you know, take a look at that. Of course, you know, there is also Ah, early voting in person. We've had that in Illinois for quite a while where you can go in. You know, vote in person in that way. Avoid the crowds of November 3rd a cz. Well, but you know, hopefully everybody Does their job does their responsibility and goes, goes out to vote. So here's how I spent my glamorous day yesterday. You want to? You want to be jealous of my my showbiz lifestyle, You know, glamorous lifestyle that I lied. I spent the whole day getting ready junk in my house that I don't don't want anymore that I, You know, I've looked at over and over and said, Why am I keeping this? And yesterday's edition of the purge. Was. I can't believe I did this. I got rid of almost every single cookbook that I have. I watched hundreds of you hundreds and hundreds of cookbooks, and I donated them all. I truly hope my mother is listening to you, Dean Right now. It's it doesn't make sense to have cookbooks anymore. I agree. It doesn't make sense. Any rest. I guarantee you Any recipe that you want You confined in two seconds online? Yes, you can, you know, And even you know things Ah, that you didn't have cookbooks for I kept a couple of them that are, you know, kind of sentimental value. We're talking about that. The restaurant in Greektown. Diana's where I have incriminating photos of sherwani from many years ago, he notice how he brings this up works that in these incriminating photos, Hey, had this guy that owned the restaurant. Petro's He put out a Greek cook book years ago, and I forgot that I had it, but I kept it just kind of Chicago history, So I kept it. I have a Marshall Field's cookbook. I kept that one. That's cool. Yeah, that's cool, Tohave. You know, there's some like sentimental ones. Couple of Mar my mom's cookbooks that she let me borrow that I never returned that are now considering my own. So I kept those But is the yogurt recipe and not her recipe? I don't think you're funny than any cookbook the way that she made yogurt using blankets and the heating pad heating doesn't hurt her unusual rested. She spent some time in prison. Maybe I never asked. I'm gonna have to bring that up. You know, I never even thought of that. That's a good question. But I had hundreds and hundreds of cookbooks from guests who have been on this show to you know, books at some of the books that I got rid of yesterday were like my first apartment. You know, it's like how to cook everything. That I had when I first got in apartment, and you know, I've had these books for decades. It was like, Why am I keeping all this is taking up all this space? It's the equivalent of Having record albums. I know you know, A lot of people loved vinyl now, but Schwann E. You can probably go with this. Nobody wants to move around your album collection. No, too heavy. Same thing with all these books. But I just I bit the bullet yesterday I packed him up and got rid of him. That's so funny that you say you got rid of him because I just bought my first cookbook. Oh, wow. Thinking I'll start. You know, getting some? Yeah. Because that's how I get my recipes online. Yeah, but, you know, I don't know why.

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"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And your Sunday morning with Jean Richards for entertainment and conversation it's all part of the best radio light up on Chicago's very own now but no others day knickknacks funny mug I run a tight or worse I owe you coupon books it's time to get yourself something you want to add like a craftsman half inch corded impact wrench for ninety nine ninety nine it's the perfect gift to give to yourself and while you're here don't forget to shop all the great deals on craftsman tools quality parts helpful people that snap and Noel dissipating napa auto parts stores while supplies last six thirty twenty it is in really Rogers restaurants it's a juicy burger with L. opinion the project cheese and bacon gord ash is available at participating restaurants this morning from Albany park streets all over Schaumburg today developer plans the old baseball relations managers taking you back in Chicago with one click one tap one phrase play WGN radio and tune in four click WGN radio dot com WGN radio at seven twenty WGN radio for Chicago's very own wherever you are.

"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Do is it switched good riddance well yes and me rose one zero it's an ancient but switch because there is no nice way to this with that no you needed me one zero lead me it sucks and ancient she but one switch because there is no nicer then you witchcraft was composed in nineteen fifty seven by cy Coleman with lyrics by Carol lay in for Sinatra it peaked at number fourteen next is a song written by Jule Styne with lyrics by Sammy Cahn for the romance film three coins in a fountain refers to the act of throwing a coin into the Trevi fountain in Rome while making a wish writers Constand were asked to write the song to fit the movie but weren't able to either see the film or read the script at the time they completed the song in an hour and have produced a demonstration record with Frank by the following day this is not a recording topped the singles chart here's three coins in the fountain three Collins and the phone each one is seeking help in the room three hole which one will the fountain three soon the phone long known for its role some in the room three rooms and a phone through they show one of the may the rebels just one we'll be one thousand this is after hours featuring Frank's greatest hits will continue after this I'm seven twenty WGN Sunday morning with Jean Richards for entertainment and conversation it's all part of the best radio lineup on Chicago's very own with all the overtime or appliances have been taking on these last several.

"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And your Sunday morning with Jean Richards for entertainment and conversation it's all part of the best radio lineup on Chicago's very own because business is here for you right now get two hundred megabit internet one voice mobility one for ninety nine ninety nine per month for two years the three year agreement when you sign up for paperless billing automatic payments plus ask about other offers to get a prepaid card with up to five hundred dollars when every connection counts you can count on us call one eight hundred five oh one six thousand today the question I was going on Mr this is my account service office five thirty one twenty six is one available only responded to Comcast is entered to immigrants per second one was building like customers only really connection device from installation taxes fees after such change though we're apart these days Schering so geico we'd like to say thanks thanks for sharing your savage dance moves thanks for sharing your D. I. Y. here could fails thanks for sharing your inner lip sync star now it's our turn to **** with the geico give back the fifteen percent credit on a car and motorcycle policies for current and new customers because we committed for the long fifteen percent credit last your full policy term visit geico dot com slash give back for more info and eligibility right now what's next where do we go from here when is it safe for Chicago and America to stop hiding from the virus and learn to live with it safely these are the questions we find the answers together no agenda no narrative just facts because facts conquer fear always always always Chicago's very own WGN radio.

"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

"New cherry vanilla coke so good together and your cherry vanilla coke zero sugar same great taste zero sugar it's wonderful to spend an evening at Drury lane with Jean Richards enter for your chance to see an American in Paris based on the academy award winner for Best Picture and meet dean on Sunday March fifteenth visit WGME a dot com slash contest I'm in John's house and I'm Tracy whiner or host apparently the podcast for absolutely average parents listen as we talk to experts about everything from food allergies to vaping to the power of introverts and managing screen time to check us out at all casually at WGN radio dot com I am coach Pat fitzgerald the northwestern Wildcats you probably don't realize it but one of twenty six people in the U. S. will be diagnosed with epilepsy in their lifetime one twenty six that means every week over eighteen hundred people sitting in right field watching us play has or will develop epilepsy in their lifetime the epilepsy foundation of greater Chicago is here to help individuals and families who are living with epilepsy to learn more visit a plus the Chicago dot org this is Jim at a party in hi there this is Jim making nachos.

"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

"With Jean Richards enter for your chance to see an American in Paris based on the academy award winner for Best Picture and meet dean on Sunday March fifteenth visit WGNO dot com slash contest winter weather advisory in Chicago and you can get to the point where nature can throw pretty much anything at you in the winter and you can add except surprise whatever's going to happen WGN weather center will cancellations no flow conditions the airports and more no surprises be ready for Chicago winter weather WGN weather center forecast throughout the day on WGN radio Leiser a live broadcast of the twenty second annual Kerry Thursday March nineteenth three to seven PM he's tavern navy pier WGN radio dot com such events for detail delivery you loading up on things from Walmart yeah I use my new Capital One moment rewards card it is unlimited five percent back on everything I buy from Walmart online see what's five percent back five percent what with the capital one Walmart rewards card earns unlimited rewards including five percent back at Walmart online on top of Walmart's everyday low prices what's in your wallet terms and conditions apply Capital One U. S. A. N. A. where did everybody go everybody's at McDonald's because the old bay filet O. fish with it tanky tasty tartar sauce is backed by a name is just two for five dollars and you can mix or match.

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"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Nobody anybody because on the twenty second at the moment a live customer service if you exclude him with us lies a live broadcast of the twenty second annual he Kerry Thursday March nineteenth three to seven PM he's tavern navy pier WGN radio dot com such events for detail it's wonderful to spend an evening at Drury lane with Jean Richards enter for your chance to see an American in Paris based on the academy award winner for Best Picture and meet dean on Sunday March fifteenth visit WGME dot com slash contest Chicago gateway green has been cleaning and beautifying Chicago for the past thirty four years gateway green is the oakleaf signs on expressways and one hundred gardens covering over one hundred sixty acres of roadside landscape that provide cleaner air gateway green has planted thousands of shrubs perennials and trees and remove more than one point five million pounds of litter from express please help gateway green its mission by becoming an expressway pardon and showcase your company to hundreds of thousands of consumers every day visit Chicago gateway cream dot org a.

"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Friend of theirs yeah Tommy Ross Tommy Ross star of rampant rabbit all right Hey here's some weather Fauria and then we continue with the Friday features with straight out of context ready on seven twenty WGN and we've got self lodging is Friday get your request in now it's three one two nine eight one seven two hundred today strong northwest winds will gust in excess of forty miles per hour for much of the area afternoon sunshine highs between forty and forty five the winds will diminish overnight and it will drop down to about into the twenties so this could be chilly night obscenity breezy sunny weather sunny warmer highs in the low to mid fifties the winds will stay up overnight under mostly clear skies Sunday mostly sunny and warmer with highs into the mid sixties warmer since last October clouds will increase with a chance of rain overnight for Monday morning rain becomes heavier by the afternoon with a chance of thunder cloudy unseasonably mild highs between fifty five and sixty the rains will end overnight and for run Tuesday mostly cloudy and cooler highs in the middle forties it'll be cooler near the lake clouds will persist overnight is currently thirty four degrees at o'hare it's thirty five midway thirty four at the lake front all right Friday features continue with us straight out of context as the Nick dileo show moves on it's certainly great spring break travel bargains and the best way to fly germ free travel expert Peter Greenberg at seven forty eight with me box arrived in the morning it's wonderful to spend an evening at Drury lane with Jean Richards enter for your chance to see an American in Paris based on the academy award winner for Best Picture and meet.

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"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Wealthier happier slimmer and more satisfying full disclosure maybe I can find the stories experts and people five minutes long to join me week days WGN radio Leiser a live broadcast of the twenty second annual he Kerry Thursday March nineteenth three to seven PM he's tavern navy pier WGN radio dot com such events for detail it's wonderful to spend an evening at Drury lane with Jean Richards enter for your chance to see an American in Paris based on the academy award winner for Best Picture and meet dean on Sunday March fifteenth visit WGNO dot com slash contest Chicago gateway green has been cleaning and beautifying Chicago for the past thirty four years gateway green is the oakleaf signs on expressways and one hundred gardens covering over one hundred sixty acres of roadside landscape that provide cleaner air gateway green has planted thousands of shrubs perennials and trees and remove more than one point five million pounds of litter from express please help gateway green its mission by becoming an expressway pardon and showcase your company to hundreds of thousands of consumers every day visit Chicago gateway cream dot org hello I'm sergeant Joey walks in with the only state police but my kids call me dad I understand being worn out from taking care of a baby as parents were constantly getting up throughout the night.

"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It's wonderful to spend an evening at Drury lane with Jean Richards enter for your chance to see an American in Paris based on the academy award winner for Best Picture and meet dean on Sunday March fifteenth visit WGME or dot com slash contest he is a great deal with the best music at least that's what it says whether or not almost sixty years Chicago institution mobster Robert lives here you you know you the show continues right here on seven twenty W. G. and live in the skyline studio at three thirty we need you to.

"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Wonderful to spend an evening at Drury lane with Jean Richards enter for your chance to see an American in Paris based on the academy award winner for Best Picture and meet dean on Sunday March fifteenth visit WGME a dot com slash contest Chicago slowing sixty four billion dollars Donald Walgreens caterpillar is kicking the tires on Wall green lighted airlines monthly's Jones Lang lasalle Abbott labs my T. W. will close and others global business Chicago roots keep up to date on the biggest and the smallest of Chicago businesses you midday check and then with Chicago business the Wintrust business lunch weekdays at noon now is the chance to use reliable energy to grow your money with the dominion energy reliability investments our new investment product offers competitive returns no maintenance fees and flexible online access to your money make the reliable investment in reliable energy the dominion energy reliability investments to find out more go online to reliability investment dot com that's reliability investment dot com I was in the hospital with my son for eighteen when he got injured I knew I have to be strong I just remember rushing into his room and give them a big hug and letting them know I was there these are just a few of the heroes we serve homes for our troops we build specially adapted custom homes with features like wheelchair access automatic door openers that allow them to focus on the recovery and family this house is freedom it's a new beginning this HFO two USA dot org.

"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Just that's just normal that's why they keep telling it the numbers are gonna go up to gonna go up because they're actually testing there's going to be an apparatus for the numbers to go up to go to Dan Dan what he what's your what's your thought for me and my lost because no the world works on microbiological level there's a whole lot more life you can see then you can see my my wife was a food sanitary and restaurant inspector to twenty five years and believe it use it we've seen it all but there's really nothing you gotta worry about this is commonsense wash your hands you know how much I feel like my common sense though like I was way below common sense you know my wife always gets on there because I come out of the bathroom and his little bit of water on the hands no I'll find myself with a twenty five seconds Dan I'm counting you will absolutely stockpiled but it does not I'm not worried about it but again appear Lake Geneva Wisconsin everyone back telling contact with everybody on the planet well that's what we're all going when when things go south in Chicago thanks to thank you very much what do we know where do we go in the summer all right let you Neva me up there messing up your town three one three says I wipe down the counter and the chairs of the local deli today and you don't own that daily you're just the counter like let me get my wet ones out help you it's amazing that's what I'm so all I'm talking about here that's how we are all changing revolving and like Dan said just use common sense but at same time he's you know talking about stockpiling food and he's also talking but he's not in a dense area I just I think it's interesting as a human species that we're developing this way and that's how I wanna get back to that article just second dog you're not panicked W. 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I let her know that I'm here so I would just say remember Y. two K. but that's because now has a good time it was a good time the turn of the century yeah buddy yeah I I heard that before to the what the why two K. panicked that was also I don't know there's something more I think panicky about as Dan mentioned the microbe world we live in so and I'm gonna get to back to the caller saying a lot of text coming into but the end of this psychological psychology today article which was really talking about how what an adversary covert nineteen is to the human species that's because of this virus it has in a way change the course of how we live our lives not just to avoid the getting sick but is it we've done things to where we're closing down word Dick the stock market although it's up to date this has set up has been affected that it is actually having more impact and consequence to the world outside of being sick then actually getting sick and getting that of a mild to moderate to possibly severe flu that's the thing that this articles trying to say is that if you think of this thing as a adversary to the human species it's doing its job I get it mentions is really inching it mentions Ebola right and says when you're thinking about the world and you think about these different adversaries he said these these pathogens he bowl is a really good one to look at because it's a stupid virus it kills its host and itself too quickly to spread far enough to reshape other species life to cater to its needs which is why they say the start of a covert nineteen is turning out to be a remarkably intelligent evolutionary adversary by exploiting vulnerabilities in human psychology selectively bred by its ancestors and it is already shut down many of our schools crash our stock market increase social conflict and seen a phobia reshuffle their migration patterns and is working to contain us and homogeneous spaces working keep spreading wow not just the bad news for you is that if you live in a densely populated area probably gonna get if not this year next year the year after the gun undergoes its seasonal global migration pattern the good news is that you certainly mall almost certainly not die from it and it may not even register that you're slightly more sluggish than usual for a week or two but much more relevant to the terrible threat caused by this covert nineteen is that you can prepare to fight this invasion by resisting your own eroticism your own prejudice and your own a rationality because that's where the virus wins as far as the numbers games are concerned covert nineteen is much more noble and much more worthy of our hatred that our fellow human enemies and political religious and culture wars and that interesting that you've already seen it Democrats Republicans going at each other over corona virus as the end of this article says humans of the world unite you have nothing to lose but your bad health the corona virus has divided us I've we've already been divided to where we are fighting over it when we should be fighting it three one two nine eight one seven two one or take a break it's wonderful to spend an evening at Drury lane with Jean Richards enter for your chance to see an American in Paris based on the academy award winner for Best Picture and meet dean on Sunday.

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"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Jean Richards enter for your chance to see an American in Paris based on the academy award winner for Best Picture and meet dean on Sunday March fifteenth visit WGME a dot com slash contest I'm in John's house and I'm Tracy whiner where host of apparently the podcast for absolutely average parents listen as we talk to experts about everything from food allergies to vaping to the power of introverts and managing screen time to check us out at all casually at WGN radio dot com more than two thousand people in the United States have been diagnosed with a long injury associated with E. cigarettes or vaping product use over half of the people diagnosed are under age twenty five and sadly are dying most patients report using E. cigarettes or vaping products that contain THC so CDC recommends not using these products learn more visit CDC dot gov slash long injury make and washing a healthy habit everywhere you go wash your hands with soap and water for at least twenty seconds especially after going to the bathroom before during and after preparing food and before eating the soap and water aren't available use a hand sanitizer it has at least sixty percent alcohol life is better with clean hands a message from the centers for disease control and prevention.

"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

"South loop at Roosevelt and canal I merry band felt from the IDA traffic center reminding you to drive responsibly really is a matter of life or death it's wonderful to spend an evening at Drury lane with Jean Richards enter for your chance to see an American in Paris based on the academy award winner for Best Picture and meet dean on Sunday March fifteenth visit WGNO dot com slash contest I'm in John's house and I'm Tracy miner or host apparently the podcast for absolutely average parents listen as we talk to experts about everything from food allergies to vaping to the power of introverts and managing screen time to check us out at all actually at WGN radio dot com are you a veteran who served all shore of the Republic of Vietnam between nineteen sixty two and nineteen seventy five the water navy veterans and their family members may now qualify for compensation and survivor benefits for health conditions linked to herbicide exposure such as Agent Orange to learn more call one eight hundred seven four nine eight three eight seven or go to VA dot gov and search blue water navy brought to you by the US department of Veterans Affairs eating working living pain free these are a few of the things many of us take for granted yet for many United States military veterans finding and affording.

"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"jean richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Help gateway green its mission by becoming an expressway pardon and showcase your company to hundreds of thousands of consumers every day visit Chicago gateway cream dot org it's wonderful to spend an evening at Drury lane with Jean Richards enter for your chance to see an American in Paris based on the academy award winner for Best Picture and meet dean on Sunday March fifteenth visit WGME a dot com slash contest Amanda saw commissioner of social security beware of telephone scammers pretending to be government employees real social security employees will never threatened you call is threatening you with arrest or other legal action and demanding money are not from us if you receive a call like this hang up do not provide them with any form of payment information report the call why G. dot S. S. A. dot gov to they're telling you he Nick junior show continues here.

"jean richard" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"jean richard" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Hospital after the accident involving the gray Erro husband and wife team in front of about five thousand spectators at the world's circus festival sending its income incomprehensible they've got this routine down to the nearest tenth of a millimeter Gilbert somebody not rector of the pander Jean Richard circus told French radio on Monday there's a serious worry us because the arrow has pierced her skull she can't be operated on for another week so there's a special so it's especially important that she does not develop an infection cash so she is Walker with an arrow sticking out of her face what if you were there for the it was just in front of people over five thousand people the audience I didn't really understand what had happened until emergency medical school water out real soon I would be looking at the apple going with apple still there the circus will continue to tour France to spot the accident that circus life they say sometimes there's a catastrophe but there's they always say in the fair in the circus the show must go on the couple had been performing together for fourteen years the William Tell act always done before a hushed audience which was I hop only of the show know what this is about my a little tired of listening news this is got a touch of that hunt next the fourth inning years among coming out here in the kitchen Spartan with the juggler yep you stand there let me shoot an apple V. it you little tramp so my heart felt like a little harlot can you imagine that's what that's it I'm tenure yet we're gonna find out there today what our not bad all okay he he's perfect for fourteen years and and and also not a no worry she to run on the why would you even do that as a stone you know what I might well you're crazy I mean yeah that's what your would you let the your beloved's file shoot a bow and arrow chief not if she if not if not yes how about this not if god himself spoke this is the finest archer I've ever made cheery Burgess sees okay I still go look I know unless you know if you tell me to stand there I will but that's all you're gonna say god yeah if it's a macho if you're if you're given the choice I think I'm all but if you tell me I got to do this to get any of that out I guess I'm staying on hardly tell me do it just to show you that I believe that you'll keep their off mom I'll do sure but if you just tell me here sure has the talent and that means you live if you don't buy it that's not and it's up to you yeah that that is not enough because I mean I get into much trouble shares mad at me most of the day if you know it so I don't there also but we're not now that's what this is what fun is that you know all you just head over laying around the acrobats did the Bondo and think I saw you with the trappings are states and like I saw that in half wow that was a very that really find it a picture that I didn't what is a brilliant story about all I really did you read that was hanging out with the bundle if I am with this morning Denton and I welcome let Mike all the great what the gravy whatever the gravy the really good shooting team yeah yeah husband what I've been doing the same for fourteen years everyone quiet police please drum roll with you it.

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"jean richard" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

08:41 min | 3 years ago

"jean richard" Discussed on KTRH

"We're been there and done that actually means been there done that. And this is just the beginning. This is fifty plus with Doug pike. Twit everybody. Go ahead and twist distraught. The break anything back fifty plus thanks to Josh bonnet fade, letting us know when it's time to have that conversation with our parents about moving out of the house. Now, we're gonna talk about healthcare reform with a man who says there is a single payer viable option that that will work in a competitive marketplace. And could be supported on both sides of the aisle, no pressure here. Welcome to the program. Now, Dr Jean Richard moss board certified psychiatrist author of health care reform deal way in a novel called, retribution fever. He says it's possible for us to have our healthcare cake and eat it too. Welcome aboard. Doc. Thank you very much. You're you're talking about the healthcare equivalent of hammer and a square peg into a round hole, aren't you? Well, not really, but okay. Let me begin very quickly. So correcting some very commonplace terminology that everyone uses. Okay. And as you know, the powers that be rarely define their terms in the twentieth. Century the writer, George Orwell who is the author of nineteen Eighty-four said, and I quote, but if thought corrupts language language, also concur up sought in other words language has power languish can kill no. Consider that in the nineteen seventies. Webster's collegiate dictionary did not contain the word healthcare once came from politicians bureaucrats and in this case profiteers why to have diminished the power of us physicians consequence increase suffering by you. The patients. So what are we really referring? It's not healthcare. Okay. Medical care, medical care, healthcare and medical care are not synonymous healthcare. Is you trimming your own toenails, medical care is a medical doctor an MD removing a tumor from your brain medical delivery is the system by which you receive medical care. Okay. I'm with you. I'm all I'm in total agreement with you about language, I've been a professional writer for thirty something years. Well, then you I absolutely do know the power of words, no question about it. I it seems it's all about getting it seems from the outside looking in at least lately it's about getting to political polar opposites Republicans and Democrats to agree on something that neither of them can really define as you point out. It's really something that was just made up by them to satisfy an argument. Well, ask yourself this question. All right. Do they want to agree? It's a good question in my opinion. They don't let me give you an example in nineteen ninety four I designed to remedy for the political ills plaguing medical delivery, a remedy based upon the science of human behavior, not upon personal opinion, nor abstract ideology in nineteen ninety-five unsolicited the book in which their remedy appeared as you mentioned was nominated for two national awards healthcare reform de awake by. Home by the academic arm of the American insurance industry updated that remedy now appears in my recent novel, retribution fever, and by the way in nineteen ninety one I had been a consultant and so called healthcare reform to the government in Sweden, the remedy has specific explicit benefits that I can list if you wish you if we have a little time, I would love to hear that anytime. I noticed in the the advanced material I got that that you propose having this board of experts who would determine what services are provided in invariably when you say that everybody haulers death squads. So how'd you get over that hurdle? Right. Yeah. That was really the case with Clinton care, which I opposed in ninety four and I think I contributed a little bit too. It's defeat and also the situation with ObamaCare. No this plan. Does not do that it. Yes. It has a panel. But that panel simply delineates what are the basic services that must be offered under the plan to to everyone now in Clinton care, for example, which was back in ninety four. If a doctor violated, what was allowed by the death panel under Clinton care by prescribing say medication or treatment that was not covered. He could go to prison for five years. Good heavens, a doctor just being a doctor. That's it. Yeah. No, no. It's the opposite. That's interesting. Yeah. I hear stories about it in other countries in single payer countries. I hear stories about taking so long to see a specialist that you're probably more likely to die before you even get the appointment, then you ought to get in there is it true. Well, you know, see, here's the thing medicine from a societal point of view is a lousy investment. It just is from the individual's point of view. It's a great investment. So for example, if no surgery ever was performed unease United States how much would it change the mortality rate? Not a lot if any really, but. Yeah, you see you have somebody with an acute appendicitis. He's probably gonna die. That's true. But also people die under anesthesia for relatively minor operations. The the real issue that you're addressing is more bitty. How much do people suffer when you're put onto a waiting list? You're going to suffer until you're. Seen by Dr. If you're seeing by doctor now under ObamaCare in Clinton care there. There really were no physicians participating in the design of those plants because they didn't need to have physicians participating they their idea was Soviet style medicine. In the Soviet Union the erstwhile Soviet Union. Everybody got to see a doctor. Whoops, wait a minute. Not quite a doctor a nurse. Does that sound familiar? Physician's backup that's the whole basis of their plan. Okay. So that doesn't work either. So so how does how does pricing for all of these procedures stay competitive in a single payer system? Okay. There were twelve benefits in my plan. Okay. For every every citizen universal coverage for basic services via vouchers now when the plan is implemented that would not apply to people fifty five or older and Medicare. Yes. And that appeals to the Democrats. Secondly, optional extended benefits simplicity. Optional single payer that appeals to the Democrats. That's why Nancy Pelosi who is not a stupid woman said we don't have to read ObamaCare will after we enacted because it was a step towards single payer number five private sector with competition that appeals to the Republicans straightforwardness affordability freedom from special taxes, such as the Medicare tax minimal regulations appeals to the Republicans minimal bureaucracy appeals to the Republican got appeals to everybody. Freedom freedom from fraud at taxpayer's expense with which Medicare is rife and Medicaid is right, by the way, and that appeals to both Democrats and Republicans number twelve acceptability by insurance companies those are the twelve characteristics. That's a good place for us. Unfortunately to stop because we're right toward the end of the segment. Dr Jean Richard moth, author of healthcare reform delay and retribution fever, I presume those books are available just about anywhere. Find books are so health healthcare reform.

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