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"kaghan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"kaghan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Pop culture knowledge she is smarter than Steve in the subject of Billboard music awards host which means that Stephanie you're not so smart for picking Steve that you won't be going home those movie passes but Stephanie will be going home with a shout out here on the don and Steve show as a consolation prize for hanging out with us today Stephanie the ears of the world are yours got out let's make the Hey Stephanie I'm sorry shot out to a robin in the house I'm really sorry I really try I just had a total brain fart really really a brain fart that's right seventy seven Kaghan tomorrow place every day in the don and see so we appreciate your time today thanks so much we have to check in the face of one of the Commons gains on dining unit there this month great yeah he Stephen you door you every day I get like five seconds on Facebook live every now and then what's it like to work with TV's Steve Patterson-UTI's can't be trusted on any topic I agree on anything you say that every bad thing about him I will agree with you yeah I do you come to the defense of your I can't there's nothing to defend something fun no let's see what's wrong with the tie breaker would have been okay in tiebreaker yes we I can always do the tiebreaker quest here's a thought no I'm just gonna throw this out yeah I think it's too complicated but you know what you could do okay this just everyone thing is everyone putting their guard down and just being open to ideas yes I'm not married to this and just got it after the game the winner can choose if he or she would like to all the all or nothing well only if the tie breaker is it has not been used okay so if you win in regulation you can say I would like to do double or nothing and then you the firm because for Donna who's really behind all time in this year she currently these are facts she could just say are you double or nothing I'm feeling good I want to roll the dice and then she could pick up two wins or if I'd today would have won today's tiebreaker then we each get one one it's a wash you know I mean ha in its initial we can yes I thought it could take about kind of a fun way for for Donna to catch up or for me to try to extend the lead it's that's one of the best interesting thought okay all right okay but just for fun these right now just for fun right now it's going to get ready yeah all right this is what we hi particular would have been identify this previous host of the Billboard music awards.

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"kaghan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"kaghan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Technically Roseanne was rebooted before the Connors which means the college pop culture dollars he is a smarter than Donna in the suburb rebooted sit coms means that Karen you're not so smart for picking don today won't be going home with those movie passes but care he will be going home with a shout out here the don and Steve show as a consolation prize for hanging out with us today Karen the ears of the world are yours I would like to tell everybody in Minneapolis beautiful yeah this is the for those buildings yeah look out for them everywhere which is your favorite building care and the capella tower the idea center the the orange one which one K. all state callow show that is a nice building I Keren and I don't know how I feel about this decision because if he would have accepted fuller house for full house but would only accept Roseanne over the Connors which I said first whatever see I thought you were right thanks thanks Karen Kaghan tomorrow we'd love to hear from you replace every day in the dynasty he's against me no no that's the victim in Utah I feel like you guys it's like okay sees always can do right and again read the tiebreaker question right the tie breaker read the tiebreaker quite read the first question read the tiebreaker question I either I don't write down I don't get center are written question what are people saying on Facebook live anything I think I said rose in first anyway by the way I think a double one there is because I quit drinking thank you why was it was Roseanne and then it became a con okay that's and it was reputed rebooted for the first season as Roseanne find guys Hey man became right now we've really airliner she said when I now I want to win fair and square hole today with American oh my god state farm Equifax yeah yeah he is the one with transient and I mean can this.

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"kaghan" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

14:47 min | 2 years ago

"kaghan" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"I. house and welcome back to coast to coast George nori with you along with Celeste solum Celeste with end time prophecy they talk about an anti Christ what do you think about that well it's on my three October thirty first two thousand and eighteen that the system was actually presented to the world and if so yes there is as a series of events but let's put it in contact with and so I come from a biblical worldview as I mentioned right and there are other views and it doesn't really matter because it's all converging it doesn't matter if you fight native Americans or whatever your tradition is tiny various different ones they're all converging there always showing this pattern so I need to speak to the biblical just because I'm more familiar with that so the year this year twenty twenty is that man's point of this seven year jubilee will only which is a year of freedom in jail was ever a year of freedom basically that was spoken of by the proper prophetic book of Daniel and it is based on an integrated stepless because they will call calendar and it's basically integrate for calendars systems which is why some people god dethroned is they were unaware that there are actually four different calendars in the Bible and then making it turning up the heat a little bad so in two thousand thirty yet it is two thousand thirty is that the two thousandth anniversary of the resurrection and that is within the seventy S. U. police and then two thousand forty five is the close of the seventieth jubilee and see that is all converging with all the you know government historic because they're currently you know everything is just between now with two thousand and twenty and two thousand and fifty don't hang on to your hat so yeah there is that as I mentioned that the system was already presented the world there's going to be the war of Kaghan Magog there's going to be a seven year tribulation period is going to be an individual who will be the anti Christ yeah I'll get to that just happened a year ahead of me seven year tribulation judgment of theirs seven letters seven churches seven spirits seven Golding lamp stand seven seals seven horns and seven eyes those of the positive and then there's seven easels bringing seven with seven seals seven trumpets including three world seven bowls seven thunders which is my second book that I just wrote about those were sealed so seven thunders until this time seven golden bowl seventeen and seven laughed vision there's going to be of the reconstruction of the Jewish temple which is the third temple there's that anti Christ you're gonna see and even gathering of the X. files of the the Jewish people Israel of course and Israel was established we've been seeing that there's going to come the messiah Jesus and then there will be a resurrection of the dead and a great day of judgement so that's what we're looking forward to from two thousand and twenty forward now the anti Christ who is it revealed yet but I do believe that from what I see it it looks like he will be revealed very so so all right I don't know if there's a lot of speculation that really nobody knows yet who we are are you ready for some phone calls yeah I yeah let's go east of the Rockies the star Joe on Long Island New York K. Joseph go ahead Hey think discussion two quick questions one would be on the robot should view harken back to lost in space the within a few episodes you know re runs but you know you had decided to awake role by and I'm not sure you know that would be great to have a robot a personal robot you could trust I'm not sure if some of the episodes had a robot that was more in this area but my question robot view all commit we seek competing factions of robot where they're at odds with each other that would be on the robot now on the cosmic rays don't take home from interstellar space into the solar system so inside they were always and it's and he is could you elaborate a little bit more about the day intensifies that they're causing people may be the goal and St Lawrence all atmosphere compromise where skip through more so so what it is they do come both from the galaxy from the galactic electric current sheet which unfortunately we're not gonna be able to talk about tonight due to the time schedule by and then our own magnetosphere witches are very that protects them from the calls bakeries whether they come from the sun or the galaxy is the ministry and so we have the best protection would be like going out in a winter storm without it in short order and a tee shirt and no shoes here now so we kind of don't have the protection so if it's not that they're sick they are always at I will not always aimed at is a quite frequently there are plows mystery in fifteen data by usually are magnetosphere protect that and it deflected it looks like a big deflector here now I can see that you like science fiction so you know kind of it is the force field that deflects all these things the way but unfortunately for the next at least hundred years it's not going to be that way we're going to have an increasing problem and then back he is a robot question I created in nineteen terms areas there might be some competition between robot but in the end it is going to be singularity at is gonna be one robot one system and they will all be working kind of like an aha I. eve subjective situation for a more does that answer your question goes I think they brought by Robbie the robot in lost in space was a good one of course and I don't recall any other robots popping up into that Cheryl but the there might have been a few you never know next stop Tom in la Hoya California welcome to the show go ahead Thomas George thank you for taking my call so last straw very interesting information and don't you know they say that information is power home I wanted to bring to your attention I don't know if you're aware of that but there's a consortium of intelligence agencies and educational institutions the one to digitize basically all the range of libraries and records of the world university of California National Security Agency Harvard MIT consortium of libraries in Britain Great Britain and of course the Vatican Library and they're already paid digitize flight the campers library in Beijing and they're in the process of digitizing the emperor's library in Japan okay who will read Braden has to close guest has talked about two about visiting monastery swore they have ancient records and he Kelsey very engaging stories like this one monastery in Ethiopia you know who else is secret room and he kept asking the months what's in the secret room you know and finally they let a man and there's all this computer equipment there's all the scanning equipment scanning all the documents of the monastery and there's a satellite link from the monastery he found the same thing in Tibet yeah the monastery in Tibet so it appears that somebody wants to get access to these ancient records and have it available with artificial intelligence translators it's central so that you can with your password call it up on your desktop you know and often wondered you know welcome library or big libraries like that no better hidden away you know in the archives and what do they know about extinction level of the Vance and the same thing like with the emperor's libraries in the Far East or the monasteries that Gregg Braden talks about a Suns wondering if you talk about their information is power to the power elite absolutely and there is a trickle of information I get out to us and I do believe that there is a great digitization of all these intense script I mean we're we're getting Chinese Indian and all from all over the world but the problem is is unless you become part of the system you may not have access to this modern library of Alexandria kind of thing you know as long as you're part of the system you'll have access but you you might not there is also a danger of right and have these documents and manipulated in anyway yes we can clean many things and I'm a big student of history I love history especially I love digging into a lot of work with that reveals secrets and I know one thing from the past fight with the digitization I worry with that deep space issue and some of the if it does get out you known to the public whatever's released will it be manipulated in some way let's go to George in Corpus Christi Texas say George go ahead Sir George just three comments and just her your guest opinion all right out of your throat out with her complex the world famous nineteen eighty four book and he decided that media would one day off because one has to be the only voice everything out or no free thought and that's kinda like yearly happen now that's one one thought and the second one is a must the devil's tower in Wyoming where they filmed the you that close encounters of the third kind thank you it's a famous mountain but it looks like a tree tree stump a giant that would just cut off at the top yeah I'm sorry what it looks like it was cut off at the top yeah but there is evidence all around the planet there's youth like that run the planet and that's weird I mean that the buyer spear was different there was more oxygen that's why there was so many giant creatures and trees and the supposedly it was a I don't know maybe the the giants in the Bible has to do with it and that's all being hit too and thirdly Edgar Cayce I love that man you use I I adore him I think you do too yeah one of the best and because he was such a good person he help people and I just wanna number three comments especial Mister Casey if he predicted anything like this I know anything disastrous and now listen on the radio see your editor KC did project a major physical change to North America from flooding are you familiar with that Celeste yeah I have first thought and I actually have a story that is it's believed and homeland and I got the frantic call well it was a fight message earlier today and I can't steal his thunder but I'll give you a tease invalid it looked like there was a global Equifax and event which liquefaction happens when there's a global earthquake so some state because there were structures that had my in a very unusual patterns that looked like a liquefaction event so yeah I believe that is going to be global events all over the place volcanic that a Russian of powerful recently he was absolutely incredible extinction level events yep you can remove and are you sure it's going to happen could they be wrong no word three we are seeing changes all over the all over the place both in our earth changes because the changes it's just words getting deeper into it next up we've got a friend in Montana thanks for the call Fred go ahead hi slash very very interesting one I worked in the magic program.

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"kaghan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"kaghan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Can't wait thank you Sir yeah yeah it's gonna be a lot of fun no doubt about it nine eight hundred nine four one Shawn toll free telephone number quick break right back we will continue WFLA news brought to you by earth's best natural pest management news traffic and weather Tampa bay's news radio WFLA good afternoon I feel it's being our top story at five thirty north port police arrested a student I want the middle school for allegedly making a threat against the school police say they begin their best occasion when the thread started circulating online once identified they found where the boy who lived in confronted him going to police the boy admitted sending a threatening tax but it was meant as a joke sending a threat of mass violence targeting a school either by text email or social media is a secondary felony following a change in the law prompted by the park on school shooting mothers against drunk driving is holding its annual candlelight vigil for victims and survivors of do you I crashes tonight in temple terrace regional director Larry Kaghan says a vigil here is the oldest in the nation it started when Matt arrived in the Tampa Bay area in nineteen eighty four right digital celebrates for thirty five years that we have an existence here in the Tampa Bay area Matt nationally celebrate fortieth birthday next year the middle takes place in mission hills church on fifty six street at seven PM a group opposing the construction and extension of three new toll roads in Florida is getting organized and taking their fight to Tallahassee today the no rose to ruling coalition wants lawmakers to reverse course on the law that we extend the turnpike.

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"kaghan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"kaghan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"HD to clear water W. two six five C. demand that point W. two thirty three AV Gulfport W. two nine zero BJ west good afternoon until it's vague Sarasota police say a man gave his twenty three year old girlfriend who was nine months pregnant then know that led to her death and the death of her unborn son we say when they arrive twenty three year old Casey swore it was of Sarasota was pacing the room and saying quote he had gone too far I mean to keep it as a friend of the victim and tells news channel eight she was trying to get into the house to see her friend was okay when minutes later I sing and bring her out on a stretcher and I when I looked at her I just I knew it was bad so what is charged with two counts of manslaughter is being held on one million dollars bond a man a research is forgotten cemeteries believes he has found more possible locations in Tampa re re told county commissioners yesterday that remains of thousands of African Americans buried in segregated cemeteries could lie along Hillsboro Avenue and twenty second street that will put the bodies near the tax collector's office and the post office yes means there could be up to five thousand bodies buried there topping the nation more than seven hundred and ninety six thousand Floridians have chosen health plans on the federal health insurance exchange as of Saturday according to the federal centers for Medicare and Medicaid services nationally more than two point eight million people had enrolled in plans for the first time on or actually renew coverage at a stranger open enrollment period starting November first he won't Kerry continues until December fifteenth for coverage that will start on January first and wouldn't mothers against drunk driving is holding its annual candlelight vigil for victims and survivors of do you why crashes tonight in temple terrace regional director Larry Kaghan says the vigil here it is the oldest in the nation it started with Matt arrive in Tampa in nineteen eighty four right Sir digital celebrates for thirty five years that we have been in existence here in the Tampa Bay area Matt nationally celebrate fortieth birthday next year weather traffic are next on news radio WFLA I feel it's Vega this is a Bloomberg market minute stocks are fluctuating as investors try to figure out what the U. S. will do regarding a hike in tariffs on Chinese goods that scheduled for December fifteenth Chinese officials say they are in close contact with U. S. counterparts on a glaciations and president trump says discussions with China are going very well but investors are not so sure the S. and P. five hundred to struggle to find direction as a slide in defense of shares offset gains in technology and raw material companies the S. and P. is down three points the Dow industrials are down fifty seven points about one fifth of one percent at twenty seven thousand five ninety two the nasdaq down thirteen points at eighty five fifty three treasuries fell after data showed US jobless claims slid to a seven month low signaling resilience in the labor market ahead of tomorrow's monthly jobs report the dollar slipped oil god whipsawed as OPEC ministers gathered to discuss output cuts John Metaxas Bloomberg radio holiday traditions are alive and well inside every home depot and right now outside as well with a lot full of fresh cut Christmas trees of every size.

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"kaghan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:31 min | 2 years ago

"kaghan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I can't and I ate one of those so yeah I did when they first came out I was curious he probably is a fast food places was offering a probably something so growing in your colon I took in slug insecticide yeah we're talking to will Kaghan he's managing director of the center for consumer freedom they put a full page ad in the LA times today what's in plant based meets said that we're getting an earful here of all these bizarre abled website clean food facts dot com affected your touches story on this and what wills telling us is they don't disagree with that much in this big article they wrote fake beat verses realty so let's talk more with will all right so clean glycol what what is that what's it used for all decided musical acts off for instance but it's in the in the field in particular is used to assess the retain moisture you know that the liquid and so that's what the you know what is this fake meat patties or whatever they are there to dry out so they they might look at that to help in what year end why is it any cigarettes it is just like a a flavorless liquid that they can use I guess yeah I'm not an expert in vaping but I guess it just yeah it's good for carrying that stuff into your lungs I guess all these things have some properties that help the products somehow I guess it's a little yeah I like it I think we'll be back all those who use not that stake smoke you'd have a party is still kind of get a date for that you can it's probably safe to ingest is different and requires a ordered in water quality but that that's what another use for this is there any any of the stuff used in embalming bodies my knowledge baby baby they can meet used in the bombing bodies did you ever propylene glycol sounds like something you injected a corpse I do keep an eye out fresh let's also talk to will about the sodium in these products and if they are factory produced a lot of them so people think one of the top of their head well you know I'm gonna get a lot healthier meal here than having a meat burger but they think should know more about what they're ingesting yeah it is this kind of one of the ads here is we're not going to be in such a kill yeah I mean in general position if you need anything in moderation for the most part but yeah people don't know what this this plan pays really means a whole range of things to go fly feel and so again people yeah you will then say okay well maybe one or two so I made our maybe I feel guilty about eating beef for some reason I think it's bad for the environment let me try this other products here and maybe it maybe it's better for me I can feel better about it but yeah one is just a look this this stuff and your starting point right if you just take your real beef burger it's pretty low in sodium if maybe I will get to figure out excuse me to the top yes of salt pepper to it but this stuff is typically much much higher in sodium well this is for the private sector the status there's a story here that a four ounce beef Patty is has seventy five milligrams of sodium but a beyond burger has three hundred ninety milligrams that's right okay so if you get that's it carries the basically well it's the same in every little saturated fat that's over five times as much yeah what what what is have no idea now you have there's also something called ferric phosphate which is used in slight pesticide where does this Hey again this is all they can use that iron are content to the the faith based well yeah you can be a real meat is gonna have ironed it naturally and this is a way of kind of adding hired into foods to fortify them so we had a guy it's not gonna kill you but it's again part this whole industrial products as well as a way to say it kills the slugs why we're gonna kill us well fortunately we're not slug we are human beings it says I am a lot of times the beyond burger has about eighteen ingredients including purified P. protein coconut canola oils rice protein potato starch and beach use beaches is exactly they use no genetically modified or artificially produced ingredients well it they they they they do it well what what is the definition of artificially produced ingredients of it has this stuff and the question yes Sir yesterday the GMO issue if possible have gotten the flak for that and the I think unfairly I yeah I don't think you can give for GM of one if you will I'm not familiar with any any credible science was it was a bad for you but yeah I got it yes it goes back low point of the stock is it if we are not going to the backyard garden it's not that kind of plan what is that what is the element is that they use in aim fire extinguishers magnesium carbon magnesium carbonate yeah it can also be used to prevent clumping in shoes as well as it can also have a a bit of a coloring agent to it as well and you can put out fires with yes I mean it's also used them in you are here to talk about that so if there's a kitchen fire you just throw some impossible Bergeron you know that could be used for just to be honest I guess will your center for consumer freedom do you get any funding from the meat industry or where is it coming from yeah yeah the gymnast on if you want to give her a chance to be transparent about that if you get something for the students are everywhere from far before well some give foundation with other individuals well yeah we do yeah we have a bias it's the best time to go out and and say look yeah there's information out there that you're not aware of and yeah they were trying to put a more fresh out there but the other day it was a look people can make up their own minds we're trying to make sure they have all the facts out there well I I think people will have the idea that this stuff is your organic natural and it's not clearly it's some weird scientific invention that's supposed to mimic the taste and and the and the texture of meat but all right yeah good good good talking to you think they're going to enjoy it thanks for coming on yeah exactly that's will Kaghan managing director of the center for consumer freedom they took out the full page ad in the also good of times about what's in plant based meets just to make them from mark a little math you know what the numbers are Americans purchase six point four billion beef burgers in the join the twelve months ended in may how many plant based burger is two hundred twenty eight million so Jane fat cells this big stuff twenty five to one okay and is that you're part of some high I don't either streaming real or fake strange little cold yes we want to talk about the animals beef intake has been falling but the chicken intake is more than doubled like in the last three decades chickens are going down check when we come back I I tell you what is just the most fantastic column maybe well there was two Steve Lopez is a writer for the el Segundo times he did one the other day about a homeless guy that was trying to save a bird that was good but today he's lamenting the purchase of curry paste curry paste like you need we'll explain what this is about but it is a star article coming to.

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"kaghan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:02 min | 2 years ago

"kaghan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"On your phone you know that the mobile phone things catching on and it you know Dave I don't you notice it's got a chance but twenty years ago there was whether manage Kaghan in Paul Douglas he was strictly on channel two pause very friendly and yeah he's always been a guy's been ahead of the curve and I remember vividly was where the Tribune tower obviously sitting at the Marriott across the street having to push your breakfast with them Anne had at what at the time was a sleek phone now is probably about a foot long this sort of in nineteen ninety eight nine somewhere and he said everything's going here his point if the phone is forty time should everything will be on the phone he said everybody will carry the phone around the B. staring at their phones all day all the information they have all the personal information will be there they do all their banking here everything will be here you know license are you crazy finding what you you nailed it your wrong no I will do that he was twenty years ahead well so dead two point nine billion spent just using your smart phones and that number for that course gonna go higher what's everybody buying today see what you're going to get the tack everybody wants the tech gotta get the tech you want a new TV it looks like today be a good day to buy if you don't have it already TV prices down an average of twenty percent on this cyber Monday I think most employers tend to look the other way non cyber Monday don't thing they do not let your neurosurgeon or something but the the toll is a significant I know in years past they've actually measured how many people are actually working today and it's in the tens of billions of dollars lost productivity around the country today because of people on their computer shopping in a it seems fair to ask you to actually do your job today with the understanding that maybe I'll do a little shopping as well not oppose eight not not actually doing a little bit of your job while you shop all day that would be the opposite right I mean that's here yeah well I would be careful too if your work if you're on a work networking your shopping in your entering things like credit cards and other things just remember that your work network is not necessarily private in that information could go other places which you said that five minutes ago yeah I have my husband doing all my cyber shopping today he has this list I hope he does well did day anybody pick up something exceptional over the weekend we wanna brag about I can I got this kind of sweet deal I can a sweet deal no okay great I did some small town shopping up in Ashland Wisconsin on Friday and I got some great water bills for half price nine box those things are usually expensive you plan to spend a lot of time in the water this yes it's my basement flooded okay you know those high boots they're the high ones surely him waiters in the ethnically hip waders they're cool they're like rain boots the column rain boots I like him meanwhile if you grab the best deal you still might have to go to the store to pick up the order so okay just keep that in mind and feeling for last minute deals golden hour deals some of those will linger into today and some of the online stuff like the Google play store is kicking in with another round today yeah what was Black Friday is now this kind of the weekend right we can do Monday because they'll extend their sales Black Friday June until through Monday through Tuesday yeah I keep getting text from every store that I have an app for and you know they're still extending other sales Gracie instead what we call Black Friday because the retailers to go into the black there accounting records going to the black right so it's not did the read most of the year and then on Black Friday you're supposed to make enough money that they're in the black it's not supposed to be offensive at all and yet when I was in if you getting at that but it's gonna York upstate you're beautiful beautiful area in Israel is the show on a regular do you know I grew up there but there's a lot of old hippies that went to Cornell University in the sixties who didn't leave and are still there and sort of running the town now and they refused to call it Black Friday because they thought it might be offensive to some so they called it planned Friday plaid what planned Friday now keep in mind of Black Friday is all about finances is nothing to do with skin color or anything else that might be deemed offensive but yeah if you're in Africa I hope you enjoyed plaid Friday this weekend five one think about driving if you suck at it maybe do it lasts I saw more stupid driving yesterday that I've seen in a long time it was day you know a hockey rink in New York and even here in this morning that what I'm trying to get some sleep on the way to work while I drive you know that Dave to straight away one of those off for awhile and the duggars even traffic at this hour I had a guy cut me off three lanes of traffic to get into a Dunkin donuts I don't care how much coffee you need and when you need it the only reason I didn't end up in the back of his cars because of the superior handling of white lightning I mean I did you start driving down four thirty in the morning or whatever it was that's twenty calls for so how road rage happened bag quick round of a sports from the weekend Dave nice win for northwestern wrapping up the season next weekend but be Illinois no they wrapped it up that was it I was like how was it yeah but each of game is next week at one this year well why not show up well they should just play for Illinois because they stock south off of illinois' Gornal ball game though I know it's ridiculous I mean they are great for Illinois Illinois in a much better season beginning a northwestern had a rough year but nice way to end it and and now the big ten title game is Ohio state Wisconsin next Saturday by the way we're gonna have a game here on WGN Saturday night okay the bears of course play on Thursday after a planned last Thursday and at they got to six six ugly they play Dallas on Thursday also six and six him will be on later to discuss this it's going to be a must win for both teams which we've been saying about the bears for solo there almost went but it but look this is a very winnable game for the bears can you tell us is they were very unimpressed of on Thursday and they've been on impressive most of the season and if you look at the teams that are in that that six and six five ins and a lot of Amer five and seven now the teams that the the bears are battling Philadelphia five and seven Carolina lost to Washington there five and seven so is as crazy as it sounds if Seattle beats Minnesota tonight that helps the bears to sell you know it's not I mean they they're going to have to go some to to catch Minnesota went out yeah they do have to win now there's no question about that and what won't be an easy thing to do but at least with four games to go further if it is possible meanwhile the NFL yesterday continues to see some weirdness going on Tom Brady how also break down last night yeah in how poorly his team players in poor spirits yes in a cranky cranky because he was and any big surprises in the NFL that I missed yesterday while traveling well I mean I I think you have some teams like Cincinnati had wanted that's right Jeff's watching could barely won a game they beat Carolina the the dolphins won a game so that was kind of that was certainly an upset they beat Philadelphia and you know and then last night I and you have some some kind of crazy finishes is always looks at a reasonably entertaining del what a great NFL Sunday with which I think with the weather everybody was kind of hoping for you to have all these these dramatic not images not not not really and meanwhile yours in my Chicago Blackhawks got absolutely full throttled back to back games of Colorado and I am guessing there's quite a bit of talk over the man has a medicine about that it happened again no I then they're in last place now and then Minnesota has has pulled ahead of them by think five points and left them in the cellar and that's certainly not what we're thinking a week and a half two weeks ago no getting outscored five two seven two yes seven thirty in the second third lose here tonight if you can't get it right with the Stanley Cup champs well you know the goaltending has been so good both those guys I think we're due for a rough one and all day they showed us they've got the roughly and they got the rough one out of the way so let's hope that's the case to their job data and pretty much everything at five twenty seven every tax question first was the first time in a long time we'd we've been on from five to nine we did it in the first six months after I came back in twenty thirteen and this is a new schedule five.

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"kaghan" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"kaghan" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Two eighty six from Seoul in high school Tyler shot at right guard six to two ninety a sophomore from Kaghan Northland and the mass of Christian worse at right tackle six five three twenty two a junior from Mount Vernon the closer alignment pave the way for the Iowa running game today Scott frost leads the Brzeska out onto the field in the swarm will be coming up next running back will be the freshman tighter good shouldn't from so whiny Georgette five ten one ninety eight junior a four and a half yard average he's rushed for nearly five hundred yards on one hundred three carats Brady roster course will be in there at full back as well the humbled hammer six foot two forty five and a senior from humble high school the tight end date weeding for Sean buyer or Sam laporta they'll all play the wide receivers Tyrone Tracy Amir Smith Mar set Niko regaining regaining really coming on the hundred ninety pounds six foot Richard freshman from east haven Connecticut it's got a couple touchdown grabs averaging nine yards per catch a mere Smith Mar set the junior from Newark New Jersey hi six catches last week sixteen yard average Amir is six one one eighty five Tyrone Tracy gets better and better and better as the swarm trots out of the field Tracy five eleven redshirt freshman from can be Indiana indicator Central High School has three touchdown grabs among is thirty four receptions that's the Hawkeye offense the rescue defense three four defense up front the massive Carlo Davis and pollute Davis the Davis twins both six to both three hundred fifteen pounds from blue springs Missouri at the nose.

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"kaghan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"kaghan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg markets Lisa and Paul thank you so much Gregg Jarrett it's time to take a look at small and mid captures the will to live work socks that are joining us here in our interactive brokers studios out looking a bit of a softer tone today yeah you could say that I mean smaller companies down more than larger ones the Russell two thousand index floor by six tenths of a percent the S. and P. five hundred only lower by a quarter of a percent well Arrested steepest drops once a cubic whose ticker is C. U. B. the defense and mass transit company has fallen about nineteen and a half percent gauge of fiscal fourth quarter earnings travails average Asman Bloomberg survey quite common Matix ticker G. L. Y. C. has flip seventy and a half percent the drug about percent now specs files they study results were leukemia treatment and twenty twenty one rather than the end of twenty twenty as previously scheduled and lazy boy ticker LZB is down twelve percent fiscal second quarter earnings the furniture maker and retailer came up short of the lowest analysts estimate dispensing the Russell sharp this game that's twenty second century group ticker ax ax hi the tobacco producer has rallied almost forty three percent twenty second century tumbled yesterday by forty three percent if the US regular as part of a plan to cut nicotine in cigarettes Bloomberg stock senator add Dave Wilson let's switch gears here and get take a look at the business of pets run Coughlin is the C. E. O. of petco pet co was taken probably back in twenty fifteen by CVC capital partners and some others Ron thanks so much for joining us love to just get an update on petco and kind of where the market is right now for you guys absolutely thanks for thanks for having me a year ago I I join you and talking about taking a hundred million dollars that our business by taking out all products and artificial ingredients and today I'm proud to say that not only have one point five million pounds of food with artificial ingredients but our business is gone from declining three to four percent to three to four percent so we've had this contention what's good for the cat is good for Paco and it's proven true run are we reaching peak Pat where people are buying health food for their dogs either one of the wonderful things about the pet market is it's a growth market so I would say it's not picking more more it is if there's an adage that used to be in the outdoors than they were in the backyard and they're in the house now they're not dead so more more folks are wanting to take care of the cats the way they take care of themselves and that includes avoiding artificial ingredients so interesting here so give us a sense of kind of the growth dynamic of kind of that the global pet food industry or the U. S. pet food industry yes Sir two six percent growth business one percent growth in the number of pets but in terms of how folks are taking care of their pets the type of food that they're serving that they're more more they want to move away from you know the old rulers of the world towards isn't it better for you foods and a perfect example is my my dog yeah I mean he's a yellow lab he goes it's going on eleven years old and before I joined pet co I was feeding him a middle of the road food and shame on me and I switched him to a chronicle just food for dogs which is a human great food fresh fish and sweet potatoes he needed a lost fifteen pounds of these back acting like a puppy I feel like this is a PSA I know this is the reason why yeah it but I wanted to talk about you know the growth market there has been a shift people having fewer kids having more dogs and I'm wondering you know how far along in the evolution are way wasn't something like people adopted more debt Paxson that had kids last year something I I've heard that statistic I I I I don't I do that this point my mind essentially the house but I have heard that are your first comment about PSA one of the things that we're moving your officials did was it regained the soul of echo and really unlocked are our partners passion for pets and really powerful for us but people are there waiting longer to have kids and pets are replacing some of that that they're not loving being in the house and the I think it's good for for people in America I would just say this given the fact that dogs are more likely to be consistently loving that your soldiers what do I do with getting talk back so give us a sense of the competitive environment is is the pet food business one of those retailer consumer businesses that's been disrupted by a C. technology much like Amazon is done so give us a sense of the competitive environment absolutely I'm not going to claim that that has impacted the pet industry you have the Amazon factor you have to truly factor and they've seen success a pet market and quite frankly at go head to go back and re tool and that was the bad news the good news is we did and it's working so in the last year we've launch time line picked up in store it's many usually successful we've reached over a million downloads of our we have repeat delivery and so are my business is growing twenty plus right now so what what is a was a threat is now turning to a talent for us what we've seen out recently is a bit of volatility in the speculative grade credit market and I'm just wondering how much money you need to raise at this point given the fact that you have a B. tear credit rating and things are getting a little bit more challenging for some companies yeah we we don't need it we don't need to raise money and we have access to capital as we need it so from that standpoint we're sorry we have two great private equity partners in CVC partners and see if you can the pension fund and we're back to close on the top line and we're looking forward to sharing a result on the bottom line lectores few weeks so we're good on that front and us we feel good about our execution and our financial worst biggest opportunity for growth for petco I'd say two things one is digital continuing to driver digital business and the second is shifting to services and those are services errors don't have so we've taken a grooming business from a declining seventy eight percent to a clinic near double digit business our training businesses and growth and we are driving probably the fastest network build out in history and what's significant about that is too for the benefit of the pets were talking about affordable that care a lot of pets don't get the right care they need because affordability and the second thing is whatever could have that get that that income but we also get a four to seven point left in our center store sales so it's good for the pet good for business run Kaghan thank you so much for being with us Ron Conklin is pet co chief executive officer talking about a push toward more natural ingredients for a people's pets I got to say it is just shocking to see the trend line of births the birth rate is the the head option right absolutely you know diametrically opposed in terms of those trend lines and it makes sense it's a lot easier to get a dog to love you sometimes than a seven year old child who is tired and hungry and very stubborn just say it ready clean so that I have it exactly I thought I finishing the you know just kind of how the the that you need the organic movement in in human food is also finding its way in pet food as well I wasn't aware well I mean come on I'll be if if you care about yourself and then you don't care about your pet I mean there's an entire industry to guilty for that to tell you why you're destroying their health hi and your own personal mail to health with respect to animal rights anyway right now its head down toward I.

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"kaghan" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

08:49 min | 3 years ago

"kaghan" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Cohost joining us is fox news medical correspondent and a columnist for the hill let anybody ray for the publication apparently putting this guy mark Siegel Hey is we're gonna run for the hills yeah you want to lose my column it's done she wants to much money we can afford or doctor Siegel anyway I'll put a good word in for your last column doctor Siegel raise some eyebrows vertically on the left because you said while vice president Joe Biden had a big night at last week's democratic debate at the same time you and a couple of other folks who were looking at his answers and in terms of how coach and he was in those answers so just curious as far as his health is concerned do you think that there is yeah I know you can't do this from afar and you're probably has not to do it but I know people bought up that there may be some cognitive issues with with Mr Biden told me it would be one of the facts here and I will say I agree with the Goldwater rule which the American psychiatric association said after Barry Goldwater ran for president nineteen sixty four let's not speculate about mental health a bit about someone we've never examine than we do carry that forward to physical health issues and mental health issues and neurological issues as well having said that I also was asked in two thousand and eight to two survey John McCain's health records when he was running for president I looked over a thousand pages and I said at the time I don't see a melanoma recurrence here but I do think maybe this is a new standard so when people run for president now we say what's going on like to see some health records what are the issues now with Joe Biden we know that back in the late eighties he had some brain aneurysms and the way he had them repaired and what what one of them actually we turn to the brain was an older message the surgical message we now do it right through the arteries in the vascular early this was more cumbersome message and studies have shown that this can lead to cognitive impairment what is cognitive impairment it has to do with thinking decision making awareness judgment and that leads me to this point that physicians don't really like the word gas I mean Joe again if it's something that occurs right like you had a little little too much alcohol your little disoriented or you got on a plane too long and you you you get something a little wrong Sir but if there's a pattern of mistakes that are kinda weird you say is this due to something more than a gap something white your record player when you're going to sleep I go home I love that but I have not used a record player in many many years since since I was a kid or you know get coupons to the stock market what's that all about or mixing a permanent in New Hampshire what's that all about we're saying people that the survivors of the horrible parkland shooting visited him when he was vice president when he wasn't vice president so I don't know what all this means but it it bears some scrutiny or or some answers I don't have the answers but I want to know more speaking with fox news medical correspondent Dr mark Siegel well let's expand this a little further let's not talk about by then specifically but just in general on a National Institute of health study that came out just last year talked about when Kaghan decline begins and if you can see early I guess early signs of dementia or Alzheimer's and what they found was that older adults who developed dementia they experience some cognitive decline long before the diagnosis so in general would these types of memory loss it are these what Kaghan declined looks like ultimate goal might mild cognitive impairment which is what you just said and the effects forty million people and again that gets closer to being Cooper something I can't really comment on because I haven't examined them because I'm looking at him under pressure during a speech or during a town hall or during the debate and because what I really want to know is has he had neurocognitive testing and what it did show and water his health records so could it be consistent with that possibly and then that becomes an issue because it because obviously someone that's president needs to have really great judgment is it's a question mark rather than an answer got it respect my doctor mark Siegel his a fox news medical correspondent read a very interesting story in The Washington Post earlier this week doctor that says that your diet can help control chronic health conditions and even eliminate the need for drugs did you see that story yes I did I actually believe that it we all believe in in medicine that food is the medicine of the future that we're going to be able to regulate food food and include chemicals in in in our food well we won't necessarily be taking pills I think it's a recognition the food has a lot of active substances in it that alter mood at all to wait obviously that alter hormones that either decrease or increase increase in formation we know processed food increases information we know that plants have anti oxidants in them that decrease inflammation it easy enough to say plant based diet is the best day and I have not kept you away doctor mark Siegel here you are teasing so no one thing one thing that conscience I always complain about is that no one is speaking enough about the opioid crisis and I saw that you were tweeting about this that for drug companies reached a last minute legal settlement over their role in the opioid addiction epidemic this is gonna be a nine week trial and yet they've reach a conclusion here can you speak a little on that and tell us what's going on double our change my views of this over the last two years I used exclusively blame doctors because I was overwhelmed by the numbers of two hundred million prescriptions per year and I knew that prescription pain killers opioids led to illicit use I knew that four out of five heroin addicts started with prescription drugs and so I always tend to blame the doctors first because we have the power of the prescription pen but you know the ice at the war started to think about I thought well but why is it so easy to get it in the pharmacy was of the pharmacists say in anything what about the distributor and finally what about the drug manufacturer then you find out there whining and dining doctors to take him on vacations they have open advertising making it seem more like a sleeping pill and Cooper we're talking about conditions that are not clearly opioid dependent conditions you can obtain from a lot of resources including muscle spasms in including pulling out your back or having a disk where it's not clear that an opioid is even indicated simply with a wisdom tooth you may be needed for a day or two after an operation how many opioids were prescribed because the more you encounter this drug the higher the chance of addiction the more exposure we call with doctor gourd exposure how much exposure you know did your surgeon give you a hundred twenty five pills to get you out the door what is that all about and again it now that there's a spotlight on OB which we think may be you know some people in chronic pain saying wait a minute I can get my medication and that's a fair response but I'm happy there's a spot like there because I don't want these things given out so easily and respected professor of medicine at New York University school of medicine doctor mark Siegel final question doctor only about thirty seconds to answer this one but the US food and drug administration and even international health authorities are investigating the safety of zantac that's the heartburn medicine saying there could be a cancer causing impurity in the drug what's that about well first also this from a guy who wrote of fear book give you heads intake yesterday today tomorrow next week you're not getting cancer I think it has to do with the more what more about long term exposure over many years and even if it moves the needle slightly increases your risk because this chemical has been shown to cause cancer in animals and was still studying it in humans it could cause cancer I think the answer here is how are these production process is being regulated because Joe most of these medications are made overseas and we have inspectors over there but we can't really control the process the same as we can here and I'm concerned and very concerned actually that these kind of contaminants are getting into our prescription drugs and he is the hottest columnist at the hill I know this is a scene in the numbers Dr mark Siegel fox news medical correspondent thank you so much Sir thanks Dr Cooper thank you for talking them into having me on I appreciate it took a lot believe me arm twisting it was my idea all right enough will talk to you soon and Cooper we come back the wacky and ridiculously expensive items you can buy for the Neiman Marcus catalog catalog are you on it course of course 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"kaghan" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"kaghan" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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"kaghan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:16 min | 3 years ago

"kaghan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king and I'm Rachel Martin hurricane Dorian is now looming over the Carolinas but we still don't even know the full extent of the storm's impact on the Bahamas the death toll there has risen to at least thirty but authorities one that figure is likely to rise as search and rescue teams managed to gain access to some of the islands on Abaco and grand Bahama buildings have been obliterated whole sections remain under water all of which makes the rescue and recovery effort dangerous and complicated eagle Gibson is the founder of Bahamas evac services it is his job to help find stranded survivors and bring them to safety we reached him between search and rescue runs Mister Gibson thank you so much for taking the time this morning thank you I'm a first if I could just ask you to do just describe what the effort looks like right now how many people have you been able to help at this point we've been able to transport around sixty people. on the priority right now is just to get all of the injured people out there so a large number of injured people on the ground on that are sustained you know Las rations injuries the legs arms head you name on so we're just trying to do what we can to. to get those people to local facilities US Coast Guard joining amazing job help on this on that again. the problem is when you're trying to coordinate your traction all of all of those people that needs to be airlifted out before we focus on efforts going up but if I can ask more details on the rescue efforts where are you extracting people from are you and how are you finding them. so the people that we've been coordinating where cells you know somehow gotten word out through other patients that have been airlifted giving their locations in the GPS coordinates and we've just been coordinating not new money US Coast Guard our water marks on the ground as to how we can get people end of the kinds of injuries you said there's a Lotta lacerations presumably this is from falling debris what what can you say about the injuries or sing. our yes I mean the younger users all you know if you can think of are some of the priest on point on water movement you're very very quickly visibility you know for the waters really reduced so you know as you can imagine there's a lot of people about it brush for certain degrees in parts you know people being stuck in their own things floating around all that they can't physically see so let your serve you know just trying to get on the lawn those personnel that really needs to be. Florence medical attention what if I can ask what is their emotional state. I mean everybody is is of spirit I'm not thankful for first of all life. this new building to be reunited with their families you know those are. it's it's it's a really traumatic experience I think they are most grateful to be alive and I think you know the payment people to really resilient. and you know they're they're adequate about getting and rebuilding so now it's just you know just being thankful for the license so is there a specific story you could share with us someone you met during assuming you're able to help. one that sticks in my mind is the mother of the loss of her own child the storm dot dot dot was one of the victims perform well like I said I really could be a really. can't say much of wonderful are done in a lot of people lost their lives in one of a lot of people mostly children. and on this is tough. where are where the people staying the people who you are able to help in rescue. most people you know a little bit on the leaves the hospitals you have some of them are from which they stay with the government stepping in to Mr social services everybody's doing a great job or not and so we're just trying to get every of bringing it to open the doors and just you know do the right thing right now I imagine you've seen hurricanes there before and especially in your line of work how does this one measure up. it's a totally different category entitled. I can wrap my mind around a significant significant difference right now I mean literally tired communities oblivious I mean thought. nickel Gibson as the founder of the Bahamas evac services which is helping with search and rescue missions on the islands thank you so much for taking a few minutes to talk with us thank you. jury selection is underway in the trial of the former Dallas police officer amber Geiger one year ago officer Geiger was off duty when she says she mistakenly entered her neighbor's apartment thinking it was her apartment and shot twenty six year old boffin John dead in his living room Geiger has been fired from the Dallas police department and she is going to be tried for Johns murder and here's we Goodwin has the story thirty one year old amber Geiger was coming off a double shift the night she killed bottom John Geiger lived on the third floor of a modern apartment building but on this night she mistakenly parked on the fourth floor she was weary still in uniform as she walked down the well lit interior hallway to John's apartment exactly above her own he is in his house and he is where he ought to be not doing anything wrong Paul Coggins is the former US attorney for the Northern District of Texas here in Dallas Kaghan says nobody knows for certain how amber Geiger got inside John's apartment she says his door was ajar so she pushed it open it was dark inside and she saw a man in the living room the off duty officer pulled her service revolver and shot John in the chest wall of football game played on TV. under armour thing I'm off duty officer can I get your says she turned on the lights and that's when she realized she wasn't in her apartment she calls nine one one the audio was obtained by Dallas TV station W. F. A. during the call Geiger's voices breathless I'm an off duty officer I thought it was in my apartment and I saw it I think in that he would you know in my apartment as she describes what happened Geiger appears to realize how bout it sounds I'm screwed she says of her cell phone only not using the word screwed more than twenty times she repeats I thought it was my apartment near the end she adds one final detail laying the foundation upon which our defense will almost certainly be built I'm so tired she tells the dispatcher attorney Paul Coggins says that while a civilian might not have realized the nine one one call was being taped officer Geiger certainly did and I'm also expecting the prosecutor to focus on the fact this is an officer who's gonna be aware that this is tape recorded so if their statements that are favorable to her they may have been put on there intentionally by her knowing that she's made a huge huge error here and is trying to color you know black people are of America are killed by police if some of the most unbelievable ways been Crump is one of the attorneys for both rooms on family the issue of race hangs over the case coloring all the evidence below it the family has no doubt in their mind that she shot both phone because she saw a black man and she thou criminal the key elements of the case aren't in dispute the question the jury must decide is was this an accident or murder yong who hails from Saint Lucia was an up and coming associate at price Waterhouse coopers in Dallas. and a leader in his local church when Geiger was not arrested for several days John's family was outraged the question of whether Geiger is getting preferential treatment is now front and center and both John's mother Allison has made it her mission to get justice for her son at twenty six years old he had done so much so if you extrapolate what he could have done hi he reached my age then you would have seen how much I have lost so I'm calling on the Dallas of Fisher where they'd be the DA's office I don't know the dollar system please give me justice from my son. amber Geiger's defense team has asked judge Tammy camp to move the trial out of Dallas County to one of Dallas's whiter more conservative suburbs but judge campus decided the court will try to see it a Dallas jury first before she rules on whether or not to grant the defense is change of venue motion Wade Goodwyn NPR news Dallas. health officials in New York state say they have a new focus in their investigation into the cases of severe respiratory illnesses that have been linked to vaping there more than two hundred reported cases in the US of people falling seriously ill and then ending up hospitalized after they have used the cigarettes here's an here's Alyson Aubrey among the people who've gotten sick some have handed over the vaping cartridges the years and investigators in New York have analyzed the samples in the lab what they found are very high levels of vitamin E. and the products that also contain THC or cannabis health commissioner Howard Zucker says these products are not coming from approved medical marijuana dispensaries in New York what appear to be black market cartridges purchased off the street. ation of people buying products that have been laced with markedly elevated amounts of vitamin E. vitamin E. is common as a dietary supplement it's also found in lotions but when it's V. eight especially in high concentrations the doctor says it could be harmful vitamin E. inhaled deep in a long can cause problems the people have gotten sick have shown up in emergency rooms with shortness of breath and chest pain and soccer says imaging of their lungs points to information this is an inflammatory process in the long the body is trying to fight off a foreign substance deep in the long line of many maybe one explanation for the cluster of illnesses cases have been reported and at least twenty five states and two deaths are linked to the vaping induced sickness is one in Illinois and one in Oregon Zucker says the investigation is ongoing we have not ruled out any other substances officials at the FDA say no one substance including vitamin E. has been identified in all of the samples tested around the country they agency says more information is needed to understand whether any specific product.

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"kaghan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:40 min | 3 years ago

"kaghan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Report state Republican leaders gather this weekend near palm springs as they confront their party's identity crisis the California Republican Party needs trump out of the way in order to move forward with a Democrat in the White House calling a rebuilding year I'm really Jamali a peek into the state's GOP convention plus a roundup of news from across California next time on the California report. first up at five fifty one here on KQED. it's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king and I'm Rachel Martin hurricane Dorian is now looming over the Carolinas but we still don't even know the full extent of the storm's impact on the Bahamas the death toll there has risen to at least thirty but authorities warn that figure is likely to rise as search and rescue teams managed to gain access to some of the islands on Abaco and grand Bahama buildings have been obliterated whole sections remain under water all of which makes the rescue and recovery effort dangerous and complicated eagle Gibson is the founder of Bahamas evac services it is his job to help find stranded survivors and bring them to safety we reached him between search and rescue runs Mister Gibson thank you so much for taking the time this morning thank you I'm a first if I could just ask you to do just describe what the effort looks like right now how many people have you been able to help at this point we've been able to transport around sixty people. on the priority right now is just to get all of the injured people out there so a large number of injured people on the ground on that assisting you know laceration ginger use the legs arms head you name so we're just trying to do what we can to. to get those people to local facilities US Coast Guard condoning amazing job helping us up on that yeah. the problem is we just trying to coordinate your traction all of all of those people that needs to be airlifted out before we focus on efforts going up but if I can ask more details on the rescue efforts where are you extracting people from are you and how are you finding them. so do the people that we've been coordinating where serve you know somehow gotten word out through other patients that have been airlifted giving their locations in the GPS coordinates and we've just been coordinating not Newman US Coast Guard our water mark on the ground as to how we can get people end of the kinds of injuries you said there's a Lotta lacerations presumably this is from falling debris what what can you say about the injuries or sing. our yes I mean the injuries is all you know if you think about it some of the priest on point on water movement you're very very quickly visibility you know for the waters really reduce so you know you can imagine there's a lot of people that are here are certain degrees in parts you know people being stuck in their home things floating around on that they can't physically see so let your serve you know just trying to get a handle on those personnel lead really needs to be. Florence medical attention what if I can ask what is their emotional state. I mean everybody is is up spirit I'm not thankful for first of all life and just utility to be reunited with their families you know those are. it's it's it's it's a really traumatic experience I think they're most grateful to be alive and I think you know the payment people to really resilient yeah. you know they're they're adequate about getting into rebuilding but for now it's just me thankful for the license so is there a specific story you could share with us someone you met during this someone you're able to help. one that sticks in my mind is the mother of the lost her own child the storm the dog there was one of the victims perform mall like I said I really give you a really. can't say much of wonderful are done in a lot of people lost their lives alone a lot of people mostly children and on this is tough. where are where the people staying the people who you are able to help and rescue. people you know on the on the leave the hospitals you have some of them are from which to stay with the government stepping in to Mr social services everybody's doing a great job or not and so we're just trying to get every other bringing it to open the doors and just you know. the right thing right now I imagine you've seen hurricanes there before and especially in your line of work how does this one measure up. totally different category entirely. en route my mind around the significance of different difference right now I mean literally tired communities oblivious I mean gone. nickel Gibson as the founder of the Bahamas evac services which is helping with search and rescue missions on the islands thank you so much for taking a few minutes to talk with us thank you. jury selection is underway in the trial of the former Dallas police officer amber Geiger one year ago officer Geiger was off duty when she says she mistakenly entered her neighbor's apartment thinking it was her apartment and shot twenty six year old boffin John dead in his living room Geiger has been fired from the Dallas police department and she is going to be tried for Johns murder and here's we Goodwin has the story thirty one year old amber Geiger was coming off a double shift the night she killed bottom John Geiger lived on the third floor of a modern apartment building but on this night she mistakenly parked on the fourth floor she was weary still in uniform as she walked down a well lit interior hallway to John's apartment exactly above her own he is in his house and he is where he ought to be not doing anything wrong Paul Coggins is the former US attorney for the Northern District of Texas here in Dallas Kaghan says nobody knows for certain how amber Geiger got inside John's apartment she says his door was ajar so she pushed it open it was dark inside and she saw a man in the living room the off duty officer polder service revolver and shot John in the chest wall of football game played on TV. under armour here are you the off duty officer can I get says she turned on the lights and that's when she realized she wasn't in her apartment she calls nine one one the audio was obtained by Dallas TV station W. F. A. during the call Geiger's voices breathless I'm an off duty officer I thought it was in my apartment and I saw it I think and that he would you know with my apartment as she describes what happened Geiger appears to realize how bout it sounds I'm screwed she says of her cell phone only not using the word screwed more than twenty times she repeats I thought it was my apartment near the end she adds one final detail laying the foundation upon which our defense will almost certainly be built I'm so tired she tells the dispatcher attorney Paul Coggins says that while a civilian might not have realized the nine one one call was being taped officer Geiger certainly did and I'm also expecting the prosecutor to focus on the fact this is an officer who's gonna be aware that this is tape recorded so if their statements that are favorable to her they may have been put on there intentionally by her knowing that she's made a huge huge error here and is trying to color you know black people America are killed by police if some of the most unbelievable ways been Crump is one of the attorneys for both rooms on family the issue of race hangs over the case coloring all the evidence below it the family has no doubt in their mind that she shot both phone because she saw a black man and sheep thou criminal the key elements of the case aren't in dispute the question the jury must decide is was this an accident or murder Jong who hails from Saint Lucia was an up and coming associate at price Waterhouse Cooper in Dallas. and a leader in his local church when Geiger was not arrested for several days John's family was outraged the question of whether Geiger is getting preferential treatment is now front and center and both some John's mother Allison has made it her mission to get justice for her son I twenty six years old he had done so much so if you extrapolate what he could have done hi he reached my age then you would have seen how much I have lost so I'm calling on the Dallas officials where they'd be the DA's office I don't know the dialysis them please give me justice for my son. amber Geiger's defense team has asked judge Tammy camp to move the trial out of Dallas County the one of Dallas's whiter more conservative suburbs but judge campus decided the court will try to see it a Dallas jury first before she rules on whether or not to grant the defense is change of venue motion Wade Goodwyn NPR news Dallas. health officials in New York state say they have a new focus in their investigation into the cases of severe respiratory illnesses that have been linked to vaping there more than two hundred reported cases in the US of people falling seriously ill and then ending up hospitalized after they have used you cigarettes there's a house number among the people who've gotten sick some have handed over the vaping cartridges the years and investigators in New York have analyzed the samples in the lab what they found are very high levels of vitamin E. and the products that also contain THC or cannabis health commissioner Howard Zucker says these products are not coming from approved medical marijuana dispensaries in New York what appeared to be a black market cartridges purchased off the street this is the situation of people buying products that have been laced with markedly elevated amounts of vitamin E. vitamin E. is common as a dietary supplement it's also found and lotions but when it's V. eight especially in high concentrations decker says it could be harmful vitamin E. inhaled deep in a long can cause problems the people have gotten sick have shown up in emergency rooms with shortness of breath and chest pain and soccer says imaging of their lungs points to information this is an inflammatory process in the long the body is trying to fight off a bond substance deep in the long like many maybe one explanation for the cluster of illnesses cases have been reported and at least twenty five states and two deaths are linked to the vaping induced sickness is one in Illinois and one in Oregon Zucker says the investigation is ongoing we have not ruled out any other substances officials at the FDA say no one substance including vitamin E. has been identified in all of the samples tested around the country they agency says more information is needed to understand whether any specific product or substance is.

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"kaghan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:53 min | 3 years ago

"kaghan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Search and rescue teams managed to gain access to some of the islands on Abaco and grand Bahama buildings have been obliterated whole sections remain under water all of which makes the rescue and recovery effort dangerous and complicated eagle Gibson is the founder of Bahamas evac services it is his job to help find stranded survivors and bring them to safety we reached him between search and rescue runs Mister Gibson thank you so much for taking the time this morning thank you I'm a first if I could just ask you to do just describe what the effort looks like right now how many people have you been able to help at this point we've been able to transport around sixty people. on the priority right now is just to get all of the injured people out there so a large number of injured people on the ground on that assisting you know Las rations injuries to legs arms head you name so we're just trying to do what we can to. to get those people to local facilities US Coast Guard condoning amazing job helping this up on that again. the problem is when you're trying to coordinate your traction all of all of those people that needs to be airlifted out before we focus our efforts going up but if I can ask more details on the rescue efforts where are you extracting people from are you and how are you finding them. so do the people that we've been coordinating where cells you know somehow gotten word out through other patients that have been airlifted giving their locations in the GPS coordinates and we've just been coordinating not Newman US Coast Guard. our water mark on the ground as to how we can get people end of the kinds of injuries you said there's a Lotta lacerations presumably this is from falling debris what what can you say about the injuries or sing. our yes I mean the injuries is all you know there you are some of the priest on point on water movement you're very very quickly visibility in all sorts out waters really reduced so you know as you can imagine there's a lot of people about it brush for certain degrees in parts you know people being stuck in their home things floating around all that they can't physically see so later Sir you know just trying to get a handle on those personnel would really needs to be. Florence medical attention what if I can ask what is their emotional state. I mean everybody is is up spirit I'm not thankful for first of all life and just utility to be reunited with their families you know those are. it's it's it's it's a really traumatic experience I think they're most grateful to be alive and I think you know the payment people to really resilient. and you know they're they're adequate about getting and rebuilding so now it's just you know just being thankful for the life itself is there a specific story you could share with us someone you met during this someone you're able to help. on. one that sticks in my mind is a mother daughter the lost her own child and the storm the dog still was one of the victims conform mall like I said I really give you a really. can't say much of Linda far does a lot of people lost their lives alone a lot of people mostly children and on this is tough. where are where the people staying the people who you are able to help and rescue. those people you know a little bit on the leaves the hospitals you have some of them are from which the dish they work on the government stepping in to Mr social services everybody's doing a great job or not and so we're just trying to get every other bringing it to open the doors and just you know. the right thing right now I imagine you've seen her kings there before a and especially in your line of work how does this one measure up. it's a totally different category entirely can wrap my mind around a significant significant difference right now I mean literally tired communities oblivious at I mean dog. nickel Gibson as the founder of the Bahamas evac services which is helping with search and rescue missions on the islands thank you so much for taking a few minutes to talk with us thank you. jury selection is underway in the trial of a former Dallas police officer amber Geiger one year ago officer Geiger was off duty when she says she mistakenly entered her neighbor's apartment thinking it was her apartment and shot twenty six year old boffin John dead in his living room Geiger has been fired from the Dallas police department and she is going to be tried for Johns murder and here's we Goodwin has the story thirty one year old amber Geiger was coming off a double shift the night she killed bottom Jong Geiger lived on the third floor of a modern apartment building but on this night she mistakenly parked on the fourth floor she was weary still in uniform as she walked down a well lit interior hallway to John's apartment exactly above her own he is in his house and he is where he's autobody not doing anything wrong Paul Coggins is the former US attorney for the Northern District of Texas here in Dallas Kaghan says nobody knows for certain how amber Geiger got inside jobs apartment she says his door was ajar so she pushed it open it was dark inside and she saw a man in the living room the off duty officer pulled her service revolver and shot John in the chest wall of football game played on TV. under armour here are you the off duty officer can I get says she turned on the lights and that's when she realized she wasn't in her apartment she calls nine one one the audio was obtained by Dallas TV station W. F. A. during the call Geiger's voices panic breathless I'm an off duty officer I thought I would get my apartment and I saw it I think in that he would you know what my apartment as she describes what happened Geiger appears to realize how bout it sounds I'm screwed she says of her cell phone only not using the word screwed more than twenty times he repeats I thought it was my apartment near the end she adds one final detail laying the foundation upon which your defense will almost certainly be built I'm so tired she tells the dispatcher attorney Paul Coggins says that while a civilian might not have realized the nine one one call was being taped officer Geiger certainly did and I'm also expecting the prosecutor to focus on the fact this is an officer who's gonna be aware that this is tape recorded so if their statements that are favorable to her they may have been put on there intentionally by her knowing that she's made a huge huge error here and is trying to color it you know black people in America are killed by police if some of the most unbelievable ways been Crump is one of the attorneys for both rooms on family the issue of race hangs over the case coloring all the evidence below it the family has no doubt in their mind that she shot both phone because she saw a black man and sheep thou criminal the key elements of the case aren't in dispute the question the jury must decide is was this an accident or murder Jong who hails from Saint Lucia was an up and coming associate at price Waterhouse Cooper in Dallas. and a leader in his local church when Geiger was not arrested for several days John's family was outraged the question of whether Geiger is getting preferential treatment is now front and center and both some John's mother Allison has made it her mission to get justice for her son at twenty six years old he had done so much so if you extrapolate what he could have done hi he reached my age then you would have seen how much I have lost so I'm calling on the Dallas officials where they'd be the DA's office I don't know the dollar system please give me justice for my son. amber Geiger's defense team has asked judge Tammy camp to move the trial out of Dallas County the one of Dallas's whiter more conservative suburbs but judge campus decided the court will try to see it a Dallas jury first before she rules on whether or not to grant the defense is change of venue motion Wade Goodwyn NPR news Dallas. health officials in New York state say they have a new focus in their investigation into the cases of severe respiratory illnesses that have been linked to vaping there more than two hundred reported cases in the US of people falling seriously ill and then ending up hospitalized after they have used you cigarettes is NPR's Alsen Aubrey among the people who've gotten sick some have handed over the vaping cartridges the years and investigators in New York have analyzed the samples in the lab what they found are very high levels of vitamin E. and the products that also contain THC or cannabis health commissioner Howard Zucker says these products are not coming from approved medical marijuana dispensaries in New York what appear to be black market cartridges purchased off the street. you have people buying products that have been laced with markedly elevated amounts of vitamin E. vitamin E. is common as a dietary supplement it's also found and lotions but when it's V. eight especially in high concentrations Zachary says it could be harmful vitamin E. inhaled deep in a long can cause problems the people have gotten sick have shown up in emergency rooms with shortness of breath and chest pain and soccer says imaging of their lungs points to information the planetary process in the long the body is trying to fight off a foreign substance deep in the long like many maybe one explanation for the cluster of illnesses cases have been reported and at least twenty five states and two deaths are linked to the vaping induced sickness is one in Illinois and one in Oregon Zucker says the investigation is ongoing we have not ruled out any other substances officials at the FDA say no one substance including vitamin E. has been identified in all of the samples tested around the country they just see says more information is needed to understand whether any specific product or.

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"kaghan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"kaghan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"To use Samuelson's sales I'm Morean today talking about making sure you know what you're eating there are literally hundreds of lobbying organizations in Washington DC representing all sorts of groups and people corporations manufacturers commodity groups and certainly agriculture has its share of these lobbying groups so this week on Samuelson says you will not hear my words because I am quoting a press release of one of the lobby groups that is friendly to wag recalled Jr and food called center for consumer freedom this past week the group placed ads in the New York Post and the Wall Street journal to point out the difference between fake meat and real meat let me now pulled from the press release we created this campaign to educate consumers who may assume with foods with a title plant based are healthy with market research finding that nearly forty percent of plant based protein consumers want to avoid process food the center is educating consumers about the catalog of processed ingredients that are used in fake mates will Kaghan managing directors said despite what the name leads people to believe plant based meets are made in industrial facilities not gardens fake meat companies are trying to promote a health halo over their products but consumers should know that imitation meat is highly process and in some cases they have more calories and sodium then the real playing the company's pushing out fake maids are not telling the full story many plate meat products are heavily process and couldn't have more.

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"kaghan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"kaghan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The nonprofit put its focus on the just completed clinic for recovering victims of a campfire usually when we go to have a clinic that area raises the money for the clinic and we've never really had that for Sacramento but we know that there's a need here so we've been trying to provide it but this year given the efforts for the Chico clinic we just can't as an organization afford to put on the clinic with our research forty nine year old Michael Huey is one of many who understand the value of these clinics first hand the former US army ranger was recently treated during a California care force event at the plaster stand down in Roseville means everything I don't have dental insurance so I was I was in a lot of pain with my key and I go there and and and get get it all done because that's the only place I can get down the free healthcare is making a difference for Huey I can't afford it I know all the dentures of better times of one of my relatives years had a tooth made there were six thousand dollars and my income below poverty level I can't afford to have any dentures or anything made and are it's quite an embarrassment when people see me and I don't have any key his life galas grateful for the vision care I can't do my job if I can't read my directions and I can't afford to come down six three only live on eighteen hundred a month and are rat takes half of that you know without our help I wouldn't make it with as for the make it and its finances the cog in says could keep the California care force from offering the free services at cal expo this fall about a hundred and twenty thousand dollars to put on a two day clinic could be a hundred and fifty thousand it just depends on the in kind donations the location and the number of patients that we think we're gonna be providing for volunteers are already calling asking to sign up to help at this year's Sacramento clinic Coggins says they'll be turned away if California care force can't raise the money they need to host the clinic we still need seventy five thousand dollars cal expo has been wonderful and they're holding this space for us but in order to get the clinic together recruit the volunteers we have kind of a drop dead date of September first if you or your organization is willing and able to help support a runner right the clinic Kaghan asks that you call the California care force offices or make an online donation through their website Kitty all rights are thank you for that so much six to eight now at KFBK N. coming up they want to clear the shelters nationwide will tell you about that coming up and now let's get you caught up on all this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one KFBK.

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"kaghan" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"kaghan" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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