35 Burst results for "Kaiser"

 US health insurers raise rates to match increase in usage

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

US health insurers raise rates to match increase in usage

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting U.S. health insurers are raising rates to match the increase in usage According to a Kaiser family foundation review of rate filings health insurers and individual marketplaces across 13 states and Washington D.C. will raise rates and average of 10% next year Those marketplaces are Georgia Indiana Iowa Kentucky Maryland Michigan Minnesota New York Oregon Rhode Island Texas Vermont and Washington state In California officials said Tuesday a 6% rate increase is coming next year for the 1.7 million people who purchase coverage through covered California Congress is debating whether to extend financial help for consumers through the American rescue plan which included significant funding to keep insurance premiums low for purchases through state marketplaces

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Kids Will Soon Have No Concept of the Truth

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:02 min | 3 weeks ago

Kids Will Soon Have No Concept of the Truth

"Do you know I saw a picture of a text given to ten year olds? Where was that circulated? Was it in many schools? Was it in one school? Where it has a picture of a male performing fellatio on another male. Cartoon illustration. For their organ schools. Salem Oregon, which you know will. Actually was Kaiser, which is a little comics. Kaiser next to it. And that is for how old the kid ten, ten year old. It shouldn't be for high school seniors. It's in the library. I'm out in the library, right? There will have no concept you realize no concept of, is there truth? Is there beauty? As their man is their woman.

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 Wisconsin court rules against transgender sex offender

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Wisconsin court rules against transgender sex offender

"The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled sex trafficking can be a defense for homicide The justices ruled a 2008 state line Wisconsin but absolves trafficking victims of criminal liability for any offenses committed as a direct result of being trafficked extend to first degree intentional homicide Crystal Kaiser is charged with murder The court says she must first provide evidence for a trial judge that her decision to kill Randall valar in 2018 was connected to being trafficked Kaiser contains she met vollard on a sex trafficking website Kaiser's attorneys had planned to invoke Wisconsin's immunity law at her trial but a county judge refused

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G-7 aims to create club of nations to boost climate action

AP News Radio

01:08 min | Last month

G-7 aims to create club of nations to boost climate action

"Members of the G 7 have pledged to create a new climate club for nations that want to take more ambitious action to tackle global warming but some campaigners have voiced their disappointment with the results of the G 7 meetings The climate club idea championed by G 7 summit host German Chancellor Olaf Schultz will see countries that join the club agree on tougher measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions speaking at the end of the summit Schultz said the aim was to ensure that protecting the environment is a competitive advantage not a disadvantage but some NGOs say they're disappointed by the lack of upfront funding to curb a raft of urgent issues with oxfam saying the promise of $4.5 billion towards global emergencies is far from enough while Greenpeace German is Martin Kaiser called the gathering a historic failure We are angry that leaders at the end commit to long-term targets but not commit to the immediate measures needed observers say energy themes were front and center at the summit throughout I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Charlie Welcomes One of the Foremost History Experts, Bill Federer

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | Last month

Charlie Welcomes One of the Foremost History Experts, Bill Federer

"With Bill Federer and rob McCoy, Bill, welcome back to the program. Hey, Charlie, great to be with you. Bill is the history Wiz. Yes, he is. I mean, rob, I've never met anyone like Bill. Prolific is one way to describe you. How many books is about 25? All history books. Yeah, try to learn lessons from history. People say history repeats itself really human nature repeats itself, and you observe the patterns. It's sort of like the government is collecting all the information on you and all the listeners from their cell phones and emails and web searches and they're taking all that data and running an algorithm on it to get predictive. And so if you study enough history, you see the patterns, you can be predictive. And so I tell people that history is not prophetic, but it is predictive. So what does history tell you about the moment we're in or tell us? The default setting for human nature is gangs, tribes, power wants to concentrate into the hands of one person. And you go back through history and you have the most common form of government's kings, nimrod federal Caesar Kaiser sultans are and you can plot it out. At some point it's going to max out on a global level. And you know, if Genghis Khan killed 30 million people, if he hadn't had died, he didn't have to keep killing. You know, Mao Zedong kills 80 million. If he hadn't had died. And so that spirit is still there and then but Jesus says wheat and tears grow together until the harvest. So you always have, you know, I always try to spiritualize, but you always have the spiritual descendants of Cain always trying to kill the spiritual descendants of Abel. You know, and the only thing that changes over time is military advancements allow the king to kill more people and technological advancements along the track more people. The stakes get higher, but it's that same fallen nature and at the same time, the stories we love best in the Bible are when things look hopeless and God raises up little nobodies with faith and courage and

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"kaiser" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

05:00 min | 3 months ago

"kaiser" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"And I know that's a weird it sounds so weird. But it's the mistranslation of a lot of the ways that we think about the freedom that you and Ari talking about is so often and I had thought about it wrongly in this way too is passivity. It's passively because whenever you unpack all that meaning and you're in the forest and you're just like I'm a part of nature. Like this is great. I'm totally free. That's true. But that's if you're not really careful or perhaps it just takes time to build this back up again after you kind of break it apart is that the engaged part of experience while holding the engaged energized part of experience while holding that experience of, you know, I am simultaneously is actually why there's a black and white side of the yin Yang. Yeah, yeah, I mean, I've experienced the same kind of thing. The word that came up for me was assertiveness. Like asserting this vitality, right? In qigong, they call it the dantian, right? It's like the vital force. That is that is moving through you and as you. You know, I mean, I think it's really, I mean, it's actually living in flow. It's living in a flow state. So because like we talked about earlier, it's living in reverse from our culture standpoint. That you first have to be or know who you are, then you can do what you need to do in order to have what you want to create in the world. Versus here are the things you should create. Have these things, go get them, and then you'll be happy. It's like, no, like, you're in this place of knowing yourself. And then from that, allowing that assertiveness or aggression. I think that's a great word too..

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"kaiser" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

05:03 min | 3 months ago

"kaiser" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"That's one of them. And then the other one is a book called know yourself. The exit, the explanation of the oneness of being. It's by Sufi mystic named bag. It's a really short book, but man, really good. I think you recommended that into him before. I have to go check it out. I haven't heard that one, or I've read it. It's a really old book, and it was translated for the first time into English in 2020 21. So yeah, I highly recommend it. People either really get it or they don't. So because I've recommended it to multiple friends and it's split 50 50. Half of them are like, man, this is amazing. The other half are like Kaiser. What is this? All right, well, that's exciting. That's a good endorsement. Yeah, you like that. Yeah. So I like to be, I like to be controversial that way. Yeah, one of my eyeballs loved it and the other one was furious. So this is a good little area to talk about at the beginning whenever I was talking about the path of releasing of letting go and discovering the witness and unpacking all of that. Dismantling the meaning so that you can then see what is. And as you just described, the notion of enlightenment, everyone or awakening, whatever you want to call it, everyone gets it confused because of our consumer based global culture, but it's not about getting the last piece to complete yourself. Of course, it's about getting rid of all the stuff that's on top of who you already are. And that's the way. And that's why it seems, as you said, it's boring. It's because it's not boring. It's not boring in the sense that, of course, just being aware is a deep way more deep and rich than not, but it's boring in the sense that it is not you're not all of a sudden levitating and all that type of thing that the caricature is diversion of enlightenment has..

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"kaiser" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

05:48 min | 3 months ago

"kaiser" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"Happiness. Or contentment, right? Where I don't, I don't need, I don't need, I don't need things in order to feel happy. But he said, so then what comes of, how do you desire things without being attached to them? And it was a great question because a lot of people, I mean, I've gone through this phase and still find myself in this questioning space of, okay, how can you be completely content and yet still desire things? You know? Because that's still part of the movement of life. The movement of existence is simply expression and doing things. So how do you think about that? Yeah, so first off, a good decision to make is wholesome versus unwholesome desires. So unwholesome desires, there's not a really a good way to experience those without grasping because by nature they are woven through your ego and the kind of worst nature of your ego. So in my unwholesome, I mean trying to flee somebody and make a bunch of money off of them or I don't know. Doing something negative that's harmful. You can't really do that without being attached because it's where it's coming from. The other side of things is you have to take a step back and I think living or this is how I operate anyway. I don't want anything. I am really just don't care about stuff or like those type of things. I don't apply any power to them, but I understand that as you said, just as being a human in the world moving around that some of those things are really fun. And part of life is getting in there and just kind of swinging with what's happening and enjoying the things that around and just having it be a cool, fun experience in a moment and whatever..

"kaiser" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

04:26 min | 3 months ago

"kaiser" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"And I need to draw that mirror back together. And become my full self, which is ultimately a reflection, and at the end. And I just worked on that for years of really getting into the nuance and like softening those things, pulling them together, just watching a part of the self, we're trying to pull away in a moment and catching it and just like, no, no, no, we're not going to turn into that guy right now. Because that's not who I am. And I learned, as I was able to unify myself in that way, it then became extremely clear the unchanging I mean, I'm sorry, the ever changing self. And eastern wisdom tradition is a real thing. The notion of, oh yeah, and also once it's all unified, it doesn't really exist. It's Niagara Falls. It's just this ever moving thing. And it was a beautiful way to understand that, which your question of like, who am I? To me, it's like, oh yeah, I am. You're like the breeze. You know? But you happen to have a certain set of switch banks that you use to communicate, but truly that's who we all are. Is just that point of awareness, you know? And I think maybe an even more precise question is what am I? Because and this is where I went with my friend in the conversation because who am I felt very, you know, our conditioning kind of narrows us down into our vocation, our upbringing, our physical attributes, that kind of thing. So sometimes asking what am I, which leads you down the path that you just talked about, which is if you use your imagination and try to imagine a time before language, because thoughts are just language, you know?.

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"kaiser" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

04:49 min | 3 months ago

"kaiser" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"With my kid, or I feel I embody a different sense of awareness when I'm with my wife versus when I'm here talking to you. And it's really just becoming aware of how you inhabit your life. That's really the gateway to knowing who you are, right? And it's like this ever flowing changing dynamic thing. You know, it's kind of like, you know, Niagara Falls. Niagara Falls is never the same in any moment. But we call it Niagara Falls as if it's some static thing, right? That is the same always. Right. But it's always changing. Yeah, yeah, definitely. I love that image. I know just which means I love the Joyce reference you laid out, by the way. Mister Duffy, from loves that. So I always thought that was such a person that lived right outside of his body, such an incredible description of what we're talking about here. I think that James Joyce guy is going to be he's going to, he's going to be successful. He's going to he's got something. Yeah, man, I thought about that. I went through this period where I started noticing what you were talking about. Each of these, these aspects of self and ask myself the question, who am I? And as mentioned earlier, I actually do do that, and I just stand in the backyard and stare at the grass, like the middle distance, as sort of a little, you know, it's a good way to get some sun, but it's also nice just to like feel fully present and just look at raw reality. As opposed to grasping or assigning concepts or models to things and just be present in the fullness of just awareness, you know? It's like a beautiful love doing that. As you said, particularly in nature. But it's a good time and place to also query oneself..

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"kaiser" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

04:26 min | 3 months ago

"kaiser" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"First, and then how can someone begin to understand that about themselves? About who they are. So I wrote something down the other day, it was actually a quote that, oh, who's the guy who wrote atomic habits? James clear. James clear, James clear. It was in his newsletter, and it was by shakti, Gawain, I think, is how you pronounce it. And the idea was the people live their lives backwards. You know, they pursue and they try to have more things, more money. So that they can do more of what they want. So that they will be happier. But the way it actually works is it's the reverse. So you first have to have to know who you really are. So then you can do what you need to do in order to have whatever it is that you want. So for me, it all starts with asking, what is it? Why do I want the things that I want? I actually think that that's a good doorway into really discovering who you are. Because you can list out. Here are all the things that I want in my life. And then if you, if you then take it to the next level and say, well, why do I want what I want? I would say 9 times out of ten, you're going to find it's because you've been told to want those things. You've been told, you know, here's what, here's what success looks like. I mean, dude, the Internet is full of this stuff, right? So the way even morning routines, you should wake up, wake up at 5 a.m., do wim hof breathing. Do 30 minutes of meditation. Take a cold shower, and then do some high intensity interval training. That kind of sound. And that's called optimal. As if that's actually an optimal way to be a human, you know? Yeah. Yeah. And so for me, I think I really do think that the simplest path is the clearest one. Where you first have to get really quiet. You have to, you have to get outside of the distractions. Because there's so many, right? You have to stop distracting yourself..

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"kaiser" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

05:42 min | 3 months ago

"kaiser" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"Different spaces that we grow up through, but we're always waiting for someone to give us permission to do something. Even as adults, it's like we're just sitting around like, oh, well, whenever someone tells me it's okay that I can do this thing I really want or whatever. You know, and there's something to the way of breaking free of that tension that you're talking about by like recognizing the true nature of what is and things and then seeing that like one, no one is going to come do those things for you and two the notion that you have to be given permission to live how you want and be who you are is just as fabricated as the notion that the people who you think are thinking how you should be, like, that that's even accurate or that that matters as well. And so I'm curious how you think that you describe the process of I think the term you used was just seeing things as they are, which I think is a great way to describe it. I wonder if you could talk about that process of beginning to see. And this is something I've been focusing on a little bit more like you and I are both been thinking about this for decades. Imagine someone that's only been thinking about this for 6 months. Maybe in their 20s or something. How might you suggest them start working on that now? So and this is really just become clear to me in the past ten years or so. That our lives that life itself will act as a mirror for you. And really, all you really need to do is you need to pay attention to your life. And how you respond to life. And look to where you get triggered the most, right? So what upsets you, or what makes you feel like you don't have volition. You don't have control of your life, right? Because that's actually going to show you where things aren't working for you. So one example, you know, let's say you're in a relationship and you have you're in an argument..

"kaiser" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

04:54 min | 3 months ago

"kaiser" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"And we're hypnotized by this. We're in this trans. And then at some point, many people begin to see that, oh, wow, this actually doesn't, this doesn't work. I'm supposed to be happy, but I'm supposed to have these things. And once I get these things, then I'll be happy, but then they're never happy. I mean, I work with a lot of people that are high achievers. I mean, people, people that were told we should aspire to be and what I've learned is that they're all asking the same questions. Who am I? Do I matter why am I here? Like I've got all this stuff, all the possessions, all the toys, and it doesn't really matter. And people are beginning to recognize where those things are broken. And they haven't been able to find themselves in them. It's like they're running through a maze of mirrors, like a funhouse, trying to, and they're chasing their own reflection, right? And just like with my friend, I told him, you know, what you're beginning, what's beginning to happen in your life, is what I call, it's just the path of recognition. You're beginning to see things as they are. And, you know, I told them it's like walking through the park. And you see a stranger walking toward you and eventually you get close enough where your eyes meet and you realize, oh, this is an intimate friend that I've known for 20 years. This isn't a stranger at all. You know, you simply recognize the truth that was there. You re cognized if you want to break that work apart, right? You're actually seeing what was already true. And like for me, that's the perfect example of what's happened in my own life with seeing what no longer works for me. It's because I'm seeing it for what it is. I'm seeing it for the conditioning that I've inherited. I have this idea about myself. You know, there's who I think I am and then there's who I think others think I am and it creates this sort of dynamic in my life where I'm letting other people decide for me. And eventually, you know, I think that this is what awakening is. That you're actually recognizing what's happening. You're snapping out of the trance and realizing, hey, this doesn't work for me anymore. And you begin asking questions and the more you the more you sort of dig up in your life, the more questions you'll have to reckon with. You know, the more creations you'll have to reckon with. Why did I choose this?.

"kaiser" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

04:13 min | 3 months ago

"kaiser" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"And there's an expectation of, okay, if you're not doing your measured by your social standing or what your family thinks of you or what you think of what others think of you or whatever. And so people will work endlessly to try and appease that somehow. But of course, that is an unattainable goal, because it's a moving target. It's always moving. It's always changing because everything is always moving and you're always changing. So you just simply can't ever reach this place for like one day. You're like, hey, I finally made it. I'm solely satiated. I have all the meaning and all the purpose. It's just not possible because life is so complicated just so many facets to things just the layers to where we apply meaning, where it's like personally professionally spiritually, you know, existentially, philosophically, tactile, and it just goes on and on and on forever. And so I think that's what makes it really challenging for people and even to make that more difficult and more kind of scary is the fact that humans evolutionary wise have the incredible ability to conceptualize and think about the future and to project of what should be in what could be, and in that makes the whole game of trying to not only have meaning now, but like try and well my meaning better be tethered to some imaginary future as well and be on a path, a growth path towards that or else I'm failing. So you can be actually doing well but through the symptom of our own ability to conceptualize the notion that you have to have some bridge going somewhere or else you're failing means that you get to feel like you're failing even if you're succeeding because you can't the unattainable fantasy of the future does not have a little bridge going into it right where it needs to go because it can't, you know? And so I spent like I spent a long, long time letting go of that stuff and like really of course meditation is a great way to do it..

"kaiser" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

04:30 min | 3 months ago

"kaiser" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"All right, my Friends, the time is now, let's go do it. Let's go talk to the brilliant and wives. Kevin Kaiser. Yeah, the other day whenever we were talking on the phone, you started telling me about some thoughts that you were having and just kind of based on your continuous unfolding your journey through life and whatever. You started thinking more about meaning and not only just kind of like meaning in the sense of what do things mean, but also what do things mean to you and what is the meaning inherent in yourself. And so I love if you could just take perhaps one of those three roads and kind of walk down and share some of what you've been thinking in terms of them. Yeah, sure. Well, the other day I had a really close friend. Somebody I've known for about 20 years. Reached out to me. He had a really, let's call it like a life altering type of experience. And to the point where it really shook his sense of self and it really shook his sense of what was, what is life? What does it mean to me to be me? And he's like a lot of people that I know his sense of meaning in life and sense of self is like slowly kind of like become dismantled. And so in the course of this conversation, he said, what is the meaning of life? And I told him, well, this may feel like a really dangerous idea, but life itself is meaningless. Meaning like you, you give it all the meaning that it has for you. You color it with all of the meaning that it has for you. And as we talked a little bit more, I mean, it became really clear that what he was really asking wasn't, what does life mean? You know, like how do I categorize it? What is this versus that?.

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"kaiser" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

02:02 min | 3 months ago

"kaiser" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"Hello, Friends. What's going on? Welcome to the astronaut. I'm Cory Allen. It is great to be here with you. Hanging out once again in this moment of time. So right up top here, I want to share that my book that came out in 2019 called now is the way. It's just coming out in paperback. So if you didn't get it the first time, or if you loved the original copy you got and like a more flexible version of it, physically flexible version. You can grab that at your favorite bookseller. I should say that will be released on the 26th. So the day after this podcast there. So if you desire a paperback or you'd like to give it as a gift, you can follow the link in the notes for this podcast and find where to do that. I hope you enjoy it. And my guest on the show today is my dear friend and just really incredible person. I just don't know anyone else quite like Kevin Kaiser. Kevin is a mentor speaker and author, and as I said, just an all around inspirational and wise fella. In this podcast, we go deep into some of his recent thoughts about meaning about purpose about feeling like you matter as a person and we touch on all sorts of really great things and I know you're going to get a lot out of this episode. Friends, I want to tell you about my favorite morning supplement drink called magic mind. Magic mind that isn't elixir that makes you focus better on your work be more creative and drink less coffee and that's really important. I used to drink like 5 cups of coffee a day, but late last year actually had a little bit of a health scare. Like heart and blood pressure wise and I had to cut back my coffee to one a day and at first I thought that was going to be a terrible thing, but now after I've done it, I really, really enjoy it..

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Florida judge voids US mask mandate for planes, other travel

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Florida judge voids US mask mandate for planes, other travel

"A a a a federal federal federal federal judge judge judge judge in in in in Florida Florida Florida Florida has has has has voided voided voided voided the the the the Biden Biden Biden Biden ministrations ministrations ministrations ministrations national national national national mask mask mask mask mandate mandate mandate mandate for for for for planes planes planes planes and and and and other other other other travel travel travel travel just just just just last last last last week week week week the the the the CDC CDC CDC CDC extended extended extended extended the the the the mandate mandate mandate mandate covering covering covering covering planes planes planes planes and and and and public public public public transportation transportation transportation transportation until until until until early early early early next next next next month month month month but but but but a a a a judge judge judge judge in in in in Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa has has has has vacated vacated vacated vacated the the the the mandate mandate mandate mandate saying saying saying saying it it it it went went went went beyond beyond beyond beyond health health health health officials officials officials officials of of of of forty forty forty forty she she she she also also also also says says says says the the the the CDC CDC CDC CDC improperly improperly improperly improperly failed failed failed failed to to to to justify justify justify justify its its its its decision decision decision decision and and and and did did did did not not not not follow follow follow follow proper proper proper proper rule rule rule rule making making making making the the the the mask mask mask mask mandate mandate mandate mandate is is is is the the the the most most most most visible visible visible visible and and and and possibly possibly possibly possibly most most most most controversial controversial controversial controversial of of of of government government government government efforts efforts efforts efforts to to to to control control control control the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic a a a a Kaiser Kaiser Kaiser Kaiser family family family family foundation foundation foundation foundation survey survey survey survey last last last last month month month month found found found found Americans Americans Americans Americans evenly evenly evenly evenly divided divided divided divided over over over over keeping keeping keeping keeping the the the the rule rule rule rule Sager Sager Sager Sager make make make make ani ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington Washington

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Biden, Modi speak as US presses for hard line on Russia

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Biden, Modi speak as US presses for hard line on Russia

"President president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden is is is is urging urging urging urging one one one one of of of of America's America's America's America's closest closest closest closest allies allies allies allies to to to to take take take take a a a a harder harder harder harder line line line line against against against against Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine invasion invasion invasion invasion India India India India says says says says it's it's it's it's appealing appealing appealing appealing for for for for peace peace peace peace between between between between Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow and and and and Kiev Kiev Kiev Kiev the the the the situation situation situation situation in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine is is is is very very very very but but but but as as as as he he he he spoke spoke spoke spoke virtually virtually virtually virtually with with with with president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden through through through through an an an an interpreter interpreter interpreter interpreter Indian Indian Indian Indian prime prime prime prime minister minister minister minister Narendra Narendra Narendra Narendra Modiji Modiji Modiji Modiji remains remains remains remains under under under under pressure pressure pressure pressure to to to to put put put put pressure pressure pressure pressure himself himself himself himself on on on on Russia Russia Russia Russia India India India India has has has has stayed stayed stayed stayed neutral neutral neutral neutral raising raising raising raising concerns concerns concerns concerns here here here here at at at at the the the the White White White White House House House House and and and and drawing drawing drawing drawing praise praise praise praise from from from from Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow in in in in trying trying trying trying to to to to persuade persuade persuade persuade movie movie movie movie to to to to do do do do more more more more in in in in the the the the president's president's president's president's citing citing citing citing a a a a deep deep deep deep connection connection connection connection between between between between Americans Americans Americans Americans and and and and Indians Indians Indians Indians Kaiser Kaiser Kaiser Kaiser family family family family of of of of friendship friendship friendship friendship and and and and a a a a shared shared shared shared values values values values earlier earlier earlier earlier at at at at the the the the Pentagon Pentagon Pentagon Pentagon defense defense defense defense chief chief chief chief Lloyd Lloyd Lloyd Lloyd Austin Austin Austin Austin gave gave gave gave the the the the same same same same message message message message to to to to his his his his counterparts counterparts counterparts counterparts saying saying saying saying Indian Indian Indian Indian leadership leadership leadership leadership is is is is vital vital vital vital to to to to keeping keeping keeping keeping the the the the world world world world order order order order so so so so too too too too is is is is the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. in in in in the the the the defense defense defense defense partnership partnership partnership partnership our our our collaboration collaboration collaboration with with with like like like minded minded minded partners partners partners Sager Sager Sager mag mag mag on on on me me me at at at the the the White White White House House House

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Michael Knowles: The Establishment Relies on Control of All Media

The Dan Bongino Show

01:41 min | 5 months ago

Michael Knowles: The Establishment Relies on Control of All Media

"The White House was the Biden administration was a catering to some TikToker influencers out there And you know a lot of people laughed at the story Me included I thought this is kind of a joke but when you're done laughing you should probably take very seriously that This is actually a pretty savvy political tactic You know what I'm saying I mean getting these TikTokers is my podcast producer told me one of them this Ellie Kaiser's got 10 million followers to spout off talking points It may be absurd It may be ridiculous It may be a total waste of taxpayer dollars but don't say it's not it's not effective I mean this is really an effective strategy by them to propagandize people Well plus Biden can't get any economists or foreign policy strategies on his side He's got to go to 15 year olds on TikTok but you can reach a lot of people Believe it or not I did an experiment on TikTok the other day I'm not a twerking 16 year old So generally I stay off the platform but I decided I was going to do a little experiment And I did a quick little monologue about the bio labs actually about what Tulsi Gabbard was talking about And I did it and it went viral It got very quickly almost up to a million views And then it got shut down It got shut down because you're not permitted to criticize the official narrative whether it's on Twitter or Facebook or TikTok apparently as well And so this is what the establishment relies on They rely on total control of the media not just NBC and ABC but of the social media and of TikTok as well And it does raise questions about just how free our press is in America But the Biden administration is so desperate that they'll go for anything even if it means a 15 year old spouting talking points on the

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Justices to weigh if trafficking defense applies to homicide

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Justices to weigh if trafficking defense applies to homicide

"The Wisconsin Supreme Court considers whether a woman can argue she legally killed the man under a law that absolves sex trafficking victims of their crimes prosecutors say crystal Kaiser shot Randy will Laura in the head that is good no show home and burned it down and stole his BMW in twenty eighteen she was seventeen Kaiser says she met him on a sex trafficking website and he sexually abused her and sold her to others her attorneys want to argue at trial because his actions were legal under the state law a lower court judge ruled immunity only includes trafficking related charges like restraining someone extortion or slave labor and extending that to a homicide would be absurd I'm Julie Walker

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Dr. Marty Makary: There's Low Likelihood of Serious Illness With COVID Reinfection

The Dan Bongino Show

01:37 min | 6 months ago

Dr. Marty Makary: There's Low Likelihood of Serious Illness With COVID Reinfection

"It's what you're saying here that if you've had an infection that it's not impossible obviously for you to get reinfected but the likelihood of you getting seriously ill which is obviously one of the reasons they're telling you to take the vaccine you won't get serious you know that the likelihood of you getting seriously ill after a prior infection is very small and lasts lasts for a prolonged period of time at least to your research up to 22 months Am I reading that right That's exactly right And that's because when God designed the immune system he did it beautifully The immune system works And then somebody who's healthy barring someone with an immune condition like immunosuppression that immune system works beautifully So that's why we don't see people get reinfected with severe illness Now the virus can if you're immune the virus can still land in your notes If you're vaccinated or you have natural meaning it's still going to land in your nose It's not a community is not a buzz app or it's not a force field around you And that's where the messaging was way off We created this impression that you're somehow resilient He's still going to land in your notion in a test positive We've got to stop the mass asymptomatic testing And the death daily death numbers have a serious math problem And it's hurting public policy because Kaiser Southern California study showed one in 52,000 people with armagon died and yet we're seeing everyone get tested and almost every death in somebody with a positive test is getting chalked up to COVID deaths And it's just not true It's a major inflated number right now And it's hurting public policy

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Omicron Cases Still on the Rise

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Omicron Cases Still on the Rise

"I'm a crime appearance to continue to rise. We had 720,000 new cases a day last week, which is down from 807 cases the week before. So we're down. And various people prognosticate that the peak has occurred in the United States. And that strain on the hospital system will begin to go down and that strain is not shuttering hospitals. It's 85% capacity, et cetera, they're built for this. Some people always like more margin than that, but the fact is, they're okay. Doctors retired nurses are tired. I spent Saturday night with an old friend and doctor working with Kaiser internal medicine guy. Talked a lot about patients that will come

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Coan, No. 6 Irish dominate Yellow Jackets in 55-0 victory

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 9 months ago

Coan, No. 6 Irish dominate Yellow Jackets in 55-0 victory

"It was a shut out on senior day six ranked Notre Dame steamroll Georgia tech fifty five to nothing at Notre Dame stadium senior quarterback Jack Coan was fifteen of twenty for two hundred eighty five yards and two scores twenty best Kerr wins a Logan Diggs accounted for sixty four yards on the ground and four touchdowns the Irish defense once again highlighted the victory as they avoided giving up an opposing touchdown for the third consecutive game the defense picked up two scores as well as Jack Kaiser forty three yard interception return and seventy or full recovery for senior Myron Tagovailoa Amosa the Irish made it five straight seasons of ten or more wins while Georgia tech fell to a record of three eight eight I'm Mike Moriarty

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COVID-19 vaccine campaign expands to elementary-age children

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 9 months ago

COVID-19 vaccine campaign expands to elementary-age children

"Even as they recommended cold with nineteen shots for kids between five and eleven CDC advisers acknowledge some parents may still be hesitant Dr Helen Talbot says her older kids are already vaccinated because she believes the doses are safe and I would not recommend something I did not feel that way the doctor Beth bell knows there are still concerns and questions and we really encourage people to ask their providers recent Kaiser family foundation survey found nearly two thirds of parents want to either wait I'm getting kids vaccinated or won't do it at all and she voted to approve shots for five to eleven year olds CDC advisor product make Nalley urged parents to look at the numbers at least ninety four of those kids have died from Colgate nineteen I am really doing that to prevent number ninety five Sager remained on the Washington

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FDA paves way for Pfizer COVID-19 vaccinations in young kids

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 10 months ago

FDA paves way for Pfizer COVID-19 vaccinations in young kids

"Millions more American kids could be eligible for covert nineteen vaccinations next week the food and drug administration has cleared Pfizer's vaccine for children ages five to eleven they would get kids size doses of Florida what's given to teens and adults the CDC next week will formally recommend just who should get them after some FDA advisers said vaccination should be targeted to those kids at a higher risk and that not all children need them a recent Kaiser family foundation survey suggested most parents will not rush to get their children vaccinated right away Sager mag on the Washington

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Some Kaiser Permanente Employees Quit Over Vaccine Mandate

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | 11 months ago

Some Kaiser Permanente Employees Quit Over Vaccine Mandate

"Talked to several people. Also who are work work well who worked Past tense for the biggest hospital chain. That rhymes with the people that worked with kaiser. That have just laughed because kaiser is saying they're not going to To acquiesce they're not even going to offer. They're gonna tighten up even religious exemptions So it's it's appalling that all of these people have to leave their jobs after serving us so well but these police officer said that they will walk out if they have to get the vaccine and they're willing to do other things they're willing to mask up. They're willing to take tests but they do not want to have the vaccine common. They should be no need to give a reason. Because my buddy choice. But i'm just curious in talking to them. Is that common thread as to why they don't want to because it's experimental or is in health reasons religious. What are they saying. I you know. So based on the people that i've talked to so far. It's all the reasons that you and i have talked about on the radio for months. Now it's the fact that it just hasn't been around long enough number one number two they don't want the government going down the slippery slope and this is probably the biggest of telling us what we can do. You know. I had a friend who is a pretty close friend who has got an active case of lupus and she has not gotten the vaccine yet but she also was afraid to get the vaccine. Because she's in a flare of lupus. She thinks it's going to make her sicker. She tried to get an appointment. Ucla medical center. They would not see her to treat her lupus until she got a covert vaccine and she told them that she was afraid and that she didn't wanna do it until she was. You know well on the mend from the lupus and they would not see her just wrong. So what's the next step. Are we going to go after smoking. Are we going to go after people. I mean what what what is next. Are we not. I mean the of law enforcement and hospitals are serve people who need help not to worry about vaccine

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Biden: Nearly 3M Get Health Coverage During COVID-19 Sign-Up

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 11 months ago

Biden: Nearly 3M Get Health Coverage During COVID-19 Sign-Up

"The White House is touting an increase in the number of people who signed up for health care insurance over the summer president Biden says an all time high of twelve point two million people are now covered under the affordable Care Act and the Kaiser family foundation says that with most states expanding Medicaid for low income adults the two components cover about twenty seven million people by denounce the two point eight million consumers took advantage of a special six month period to sign up for private health insurance that was made more affordable under the covert nineteen relief law subsidies that kicked in an April help trim premiums by about sixty seven dollars a month by the called on Congress to do more to lower healthcare costs the next regular season sign up with the health care doc of market place starts on November first Jennifer king Washington

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Blatant Oregon Shoplifters Walk Out of Lowe's With Full Carts

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:53 min | 11 months ago

Blatant Oregon Shoplifters Walk Out of Lowe's With Full Carts

"Video of seen in oregon that will turn your stomach. And this is happening in democrat run state all over america shoplifters stealing thousands of dollars worth of wires from a lowe's home improvement store in oregon kaiser oregon resident andrew sullivan who filmed the incident told the kaiser times it was so blatant. That's what's wild me up. They just strolled through the parking lot. Riding the karch. Now again you can. You can see the video if you're watching mike. Online dot com click. Watch mike on tv. Two men pushing shopping carts loaded to the brim with thousands of dollars worth of electrical wire. Walking out of the lows doors as to employees are helpless to stop them. According to fox news dot com a lows employees standing at the door asked the men to show their receipt as they approached. They just kept walking. They refused to do so. Another lows. employee is then seen approaching the men in the video to which the first employee said. Hey don't do this. It's not worth the police said. Essentially jails don't take offenders such you shoplifters in states like oregon in order to cut back on their populations wait for it due to coverted. According to police. Lieutenant andrew copeland of the kaiser oregon police department. The men would likely face some fines. Get a ticket and be released. Copland said once you've stolen from lowe's wants and know that they can't stop you. There's no real consequence

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Blue Cross Blue Shield Will No Longer Waive All COVID-19 Treatment Costs

Business Wars Daily

01:52 min | 11 months ago

Blue Cross Blue Shield Will No Longer Waive All COVID-19 Treatment Costs

"The early months of the pandemic people who were hospitalized for covert nineteen infections and had private insurance could be reasonably sure. They wouldn't end up with crushing medical bills analysis. By the kaiser family foundation were kf f found that in november of last year nearly ninety percent of people with insurance had their co pays co insurance or deductible costs waived if they had been hospitalized for a covert nineteen infection but the times. They are a changing last week. Blue cross blue shield of michigan announced that it will no longer cover all costs related to cova treatment. Starting october first hospitalized patients will be responsible for copays deductibles and co insurance for treatment of the virus. The insurer will still cover. All vaccination costs making them free to members including booster shots. The insurance company is the latest join a growing number of private insurers who were taking similar action now that vaccines are widespread and cova treatment so expensive. Insurers are holding patients responsible for their share of the costs again. Blue cross blue shield research found that the average cost for a hospitalized. Couvert nineteen patient could be as high as forty five thousand dollars. That quickly soared to over one hundred thousand dollars if the patient was in the icu. In a report out this month. Kf analyzed the two largest health plans in each state and washington dc which includes companies like kaiser cigna and united health. All of them had waived out of pocket costs at some point during the pandemic most have stopped doing so or will in the near future by the end of the nearly all will have ended such waivers. There are a few holdouts like humana which will continue cova coverage for its medicare advantage members. According to a report by fox business

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"kaiser" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

04:44 min | 11 months ago

"kaiser" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"For inherent bias. Both in the sort of source data in an initial reputation and then even in our action and something that that we're looking at the end the other area is this digital divide issue and so we're actually delving very very deep into this issue and really looking at this issue of uneven unequal access and the ability to use technology for care delivery and you know some of the areas that we're looking at are areas that i think traditionally people have looked at things like access to broadband access to devices. We know that in terms of devices for example like access to a laptop for for somebody making under thirty thousand dollars year that accesses somewhere around fifty percent and people who make over one hundred thousand dollars a year. it's about ninety five percent so we know that and also looking at the issue of digital literacy were also really looking at some of that of less traditional viewpoints of digital equity like really pushing against these generalizations that we make about the barriers that people have to use really looking at how we do hybrid solution so there really is an element of patient choice. So we don't force the digital solution on people or we let people toggle choose between the two really understanding the issue of cultural competency and underlying bias and then ultimately in the recommendations looking at things like how can kaiser permanente use its influence around to influence policy around broadband access booking at even our own facilities. We're looking now about how we might use their own facilities to increase broadband access and five g. access looking at technical assistance models looking at models around consumer engagement and helping people learn how use technology so really being expansive and how we're addressing that issue with this umbrella of equity and inclusion so. We're we're very excited about this work. And we think it's critically important not only for owned business but the overall access to technology and society had jody. I'm glad you spent some time diving into the digital divide because a lot of people just assume yeah you know with the pandemic we scaled digital and now accesses easy. But truly you know there's gaps and figuring out how to solve those gaps is critical to success. So appreciate you diving into that you know and even the thought like can we make some of these devices prescribable. Is there a pathway. Where cms could say yeah. You know what we're going to start seeing these exactly and that's where some of the policy influence could really come into play. And that's that's the beauty of working. For kaiser. Permanente is just this incredible assets and influence and voice that we have and then looking at how we use that during the pandemic. We had waivers right. There were broad waivers from medicare that allowed us to do all kinds of different things that we normally couldn't and so we are advocating to and working really hard on the making some of the waivers permanent for example we had over. I want to say one thousand nine hundred patients. At one time that were we were essentially monitoring them from home and they would have normally been in the hospital right so medical mostly medical patients and some are post surgical patients because of the shelter in place and the shutdown. We still needed to be able to take care of our patients and so we deployed technology monitoring equipment put physicians and nurses both with the ability to visit people at home as well as being a monitor in a sort of a a centralized command center monitoring all patients in these beds so it was pretty amazing and it. Just you know out of. I think crisis you're able to innovate but also those waivers allowed us to do things that we otherwise couldn't have done so appreciate that you mentioning that right now. I think the hospital associations medical groups all of us are working really hard to be able to have more flexibility. Because really this is a time where. I think that there's a big movement to move care at home where people can have privacy. Dignity support a family as long as we're able to monitor for clinical conditions and handle escalations. Yeah and this care. Delivery at home is really a hot topic. I would love to kind of hear the perspective that you all are taking on that and maybe what. Your vision is for this area. I think janet. Maybe i can start. I think we have a our vision. I i do want to say that. Kaiser permanente has a very significant program of care in the home today and always has now. The question is can we start looking at different types of populations one of which is hospital at home. You may have seen that. Kaiser permanent day recently invested in medically home..

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"kaiser" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

03:12 min | 11 months ago

"kaiser" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"On our communities and that the mission of this organization supported dot and on a very very personal level. I realized that you know your passion could actually become your profession something. I've really instilled in my children now so it was an interesting road to get there very different from janet's but very similar in terms of just this really understanding about healthcare care as a basic human right and the ability to participate in that mission. Kaiser permanent day was was very very special and unique and continues to be thank you. Jody and what an amazing experience a young person with this call. Then you just get surprised. And you're like wow all the stuff that's out there and and yeah so i'll share with you all i so i grew up in a poor mexican family. You know and growing up in that environment also taught me a lot around. You know the importance of having social equity and access to proper care. So i'm moved by what. Kaiser does and by what both of you are helping lead the organization with so number one. Thank you for the work that you do and the heart that you do it with you know. I remember being at a meeting a couple of years ago and hearing the late bernard tyson talking about just some amazing work with the food programs. That you guys do cetera. You do so much for the community and so definitely excited to hear more about that so talk to us a little bit about how you and the business or adding value to the healthcare ecosystem. So it's you. We happen to be doing this. Podcast you know at the knock on wood. Hopefully the tail end of a very trying fifteen months for the world through the pandemic and there were a lot of things that i believe that because of our foundation as integrated care and coverage organization it really enabled us to bring the best of who we are to assist our counties and cities and the public health institutions to really both do that identification to do the treatment and to now joyfully being this vaccination stage but i think the these teams around equity and inclusion digital divide you know acceleration of technology all kind of fast forwarded because of the pandemic required all healthcare organizations to really take a look at what we could do differently to be able to virtual health and to be able to function in a pandemic and so i thought we could talk a little bit about jodi and i could talk about the three themes today with you and by jodi to kind of kick us off. You know it's Yeah one of the things. Pandemic thing cheer point highlighted was something that i think that we certainly knew and understood and had been working on for many years. A kaiser permanente around health disparities and the need to strive for health equity but the pandemic highlighted that in just an extraordinary once in a lifetime. Hopefully way one of the areas that we've been looking at as most healthcare organizations are doing we are increasingly leveraging technology to improve care delivery improve.

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"kaiser" Discussed on Baseball Things

Baseball Things

10:12 min | 2 years ago

"kaiser" Discussed on Baseball Things

"Page me I you know what? That's like tickling part of my brain. That I have has not been tickled in about twenty years but I do feel like I know about the sports track More than the pieces bars. Anyway and Yes I would love to be a sports track. I'M GONNA I will not stop until I can find. I don't care if they work or not. I don't care if they're all the stickers all over it they gotta cowboys or Yankees Sticker. I don't care I want me a sports strack and you're gonNA find one and it's like matters lose eleven to Butch Huskey two run homer for the. Yes yes it probably is by the way. I didn't get a chance to respond earlier too. When you talked about Griffey's best catch for long because you talk about how Andrew went to that game right right. I was watching that game. Live the ball off. The Bat of Luiz Gonzalez And I was just when I was freaking out because junior just looked like he jumped like ten feet in the air for that ball. And for all these years I've actually kind of went against the grain or gone against the grain and said that was my favorite griffey catch. Okay Wow and I always felt good about it. But go back and watch that Barfield Chech- look at where he starts and how far he has to go to get to that wall and leap over that wall to make that catch and then look at the look at the Expression on Barfield face new data. Yes and then you tell me how you can pick anything impact catch okay especially for the age griffey. Was You know so young America? Right one thing. That's interesting now a couple years ago A good friend of mine. Who's son coach sends me a link and the link was griffey talking about his favourite catch of his career. You know what catch it was You hit the Spiderman catch. Andrew was at the game really it was. It was the Tigers Games one. Okay so now so as we finished recording this. It's it's nine twenty. Pm Pacific Time. As I put this guy and I'll get against it's going to be raw and unedited audio only but when I get done doing that I'm going to spend at least four hours analyzing barfield catch versus solid catch because I cannot help myself and now you're partially to blame. Am I not only that but now you're parsley to blame c? But this one I'm talking about. You have this unbelievably innate ability to remember like where you were yeah and tales of stuff like that. I'm watching the game and you remember like what you were thinking at the time like i. I can't do that like it's easier for me to go ninety five. I was going crazy and I ran out the back door after I you know and Nelson and told the neighbors. She told us to shut up to go F- themselves. I remember that like it was yesterday but I don't. I don't remember my thought or where I was Griffey. Hit the home run in an executive games basile later gets Willie banks in Rochester. I don't re- like you've you. It's it's remarkable. I just think it's I think there's there's there's that's a that's a rare thing than I think people remember. Ag- you ask me that all the time. Do you remember where you were when it's usually no I really don't or I'm kind of guessing or homes where it seems it does? It's not an abnormal thing to ask someone when you're talking about. Where were you when Russell Wilson through the interception there are some big moment? But I'll ask you like where were you when Hensley Meulens grounded out to second base to end the nine thousand nine hundred sixties just goofy stuff and I mean that's incredible you re yes things and that's where I start to feel like a goofball. It's it's incredible though and I think if you think of it and you feel like it. You should share that with me on twitter. I'll get a text from Joe and he'd be like You know today is doing. And it'd be like an anniversary or cross today. Iron crosses where were you in? This happened that we could like. If if I gave you a heads up we could have spent the whole entire hour and a half almost talking about where you were when this happened and you would have remembered. You know a thousand things that I didn't remember happened in the first place or couldn't think of off the top of my head You know just absolutely crazy. Yeah I can go too deep and a half hours deep and stuff left in the entertainment so this this was. This was cool. We should we should do this guy. I didn't mean to keep you an hour and a half so I apologize for that. But it's just it's not I could. I could do this all day is great. Let's do it again soon. Absolutely and let's do one thing Sometime this summer. Let's get you on like a regular podcast episode of baseball things and talk about things like Well maybe we'll do. Where were you win? 'cause we might that's going to bring the house down but talk about some things like how you see baseball differently after coaching Luke Yeah and things go a little deeper on on on that sort of thing because I think that could be really There's a lot of folks that It and goes for all over but I know a lot of the folks that are subscribers to the podcast. They either coach their kids. Or they're kind of like you know the coach at home at least in my bill the learn some things from From your experiences and and your thoughts on that and then you know. We'll throw some minor stuff around as well. That sounds great. I mean just one quick nugget the thing that meets a guy that did not play much baseball growing up beyond you know middle school but I feel like I wanted to dig my heels in the second that I start coach Mike Yet. I wanted to be the best coach. Could be learned by And I noticed there's other people out there that are the opposite that played in high school that played in college and I had just expected when those people have a kid. What would you think they would do? They would want to be a Lotta Times they. There's something there where they already kind of know too much or it's kind of a little bit difficult when you played at that level to now be trying to coach six six year old or a five year old how to hit off a tea or whatever you know what I mean so I think no matter how much you played sometimes even if you haven't played much it can almost working your favorite in the younger years any. Are you sure that those people just don't like their kids? I'm not sure that you're that that's interesting. That's that's a good point. I never you know obviously never notice X. around that but Yeah I WOULD ASSUME YEAH. I would assume yeah so our buddy travis. Blackley seems to be the opposite though like he wants to coach that kid you know. Oh Man Yeah I would expect everybody to be like that though and you've obviously seen that that's not necessarily the case so Interesting Yeah I think we'd have some good conversations about youth a youth baseball and certainly will go back to the mayors of maybe you know maybe some games in June or July and last last last think last summer you came down to visit. It'd been it's been a little while since you've been down so as a big time and you said you wanted to see my son play. Yeah you know I just want to sort of let everything happen how it happened. No expectations but you know you showed up early. You're meeting all my buddies. Your your warming up team. I remember you grab the glove and you're eating and now the game starts and Luke comes up to the plate and I'm kind of freaking out like I'll Miss Your coaching our base for the First Baseline. Because that's my angle. Yep Yeah and the kid wasn't throwing super hard. I mean he's twelve years old or whatever but it leaves one up and look the positive behind the fence in right center and I just remember thinking. This is as good as it gets. This is so sweet. Churchill's in the stands looks rounded the bases and Just the other day Luke said. That was his favorite hit. Hit so seriously all McGinnis so my initial reaction was to do the whole that really that really like are you freaking kidding me like I might as well have been in America game in October at and Felix throws a perfect game to clinch the AFC at Lake that level of like just right through the top of my head like it was like I say it was the craziest coolest thing The Yeah E. in some weird way. Yeah that that was that was fun. And and you know what's funny is that pitch by the way When I think about that pitch I think about how much that pitch looks like. The worst pitch ever thrown. Listen had the same result can get it here cafe or anything hard rockers and say Yeah Beautiful Yeah hopefully things can can straighten out here a little bit. Because I had another plan for the summer. We're going to do that again. And hopefully we'll get to do that next year because obviously this year is not going to happen but Thanks for doing this man. I always as always. I appreciate your time and hope Listeners got got something out of it but if they didn't I really don't give a damn because so I mean that's how do all things to be honest with you if they don't get anything out of it they won't pay for it other than that. I had fun. This guy's catching up. Love you buddy love to met. Thanks for doing this. Appreciate it all.

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"kaiser" Discussed on Baseball Things

Baseball Things

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"kaiser" Discussed on Baseball Things

"And I remember one. And I'm just wondering if you ever had instances like this where I was watching the game on tv but it could work if you're adding games you you watch the pitcher warm up and you're like Griffey's going tonight. I guess like in your mind you know it and you know you're going to be right. I remember watching a game Minnesota twins. There's sort of been like ninety one ninety two tag warming up in the Ben. Exactly Rick Aguilera. They had the start him. Something happened and they had sort a kind of. I can't remember if it was just for a like a one time thing. Rick Aguilera was warming up on the mound and they were showing it during like. Okay here we go. You know corzine step up. Whatever was was enjoy court at that point. But whoever is leading off Samaritan ninety-one ninety-two and my buddy corey nine? Like I was on the game. It's like you know gametime timer or being Like a Saturday afternoon Games was light outside. And you know a merb`ys in the living room and they're showing Rick Aguilera warm up there showing his stats on the right side and like Dave Rick. They're talking about it. And the only thing by buddy Korean I can do is stand there and almost giggle at watching Rick Aguilera warm up on eight. Warm up pitches on the mound. In eight pitches. It took US less than eight pitches to kind of look at each other and go juniors yard and he went yard and his first at bat on the very first pitch thrown to him again and it just it looked like the pitch that you sent me the one we're talking about in the Skydome. Nah Murphy you could. Just you could just feel it. And and what was great about Griffey to is watching Roger Clemens. Throw you're not thinking Griffey's but he would still you know.

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"kaiser" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"kaiser" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"That I'm a ride with Kaiser plan well or does it make to run just like I have with him also over played in the first half right and then second half wasn't wasn't the same rotation that's just part of the game I am to do that feel kind of no life if I have a scripted rotation and but it's not install install so that's Jim Boylen last night to questions from Cody Westerlund I think eat what we all understand is this guy doesn't know what he's doing right like he said that he thinks Larry understands the way he's coaching I don't think I think we all understand that this guy head coach for the Chicago Bulls has no clue to what how he's using his players within this team the rotations the offense everything else I hear some numbers for you in the office of efficiency this season the bulls are twenty eighth in the league with a hundred point nine points per one hundred possessions defensively they're actually pretty decent ten in defensive efficiency this season their pace their twelfth in the league they average one hundred and three point five possessions per game their true shooting percentage or twenty six or twenty eighth in field goal percentage their twenty fifth in three point percentage their eighteenth in free throw attempts and that's what you have with the team's sitting eleventh in the Eastern Conference nineteen eighteen three games back clearly if it with them that I would like to see is if you know this team can't shoot and you know this team is so bad offense of Lee why are you playing at such a high pace and why are you shooting the amount of three pointers now I get it the critique in the past we shoot more three pointers wrong with their pace but if you have a deficiency in the actual players on the floor don't you have to change your style to try and win some basketball games you know you look exactly mean he's two hundred and forty eighth in the league and real plus minus he's the fifty ninth ranked point guard yeah I get he's a point guards easily guard so fifty ninth in the league when it comes a guard's Kobe white is two one or ninety fifth and real plus minus what remarketing is three hundred and eleven in real plus minus when it comes to power forwards he's ranked fifty eight the players are not good enough and the coaching is not good enough and you really are getting this is what you get this is exactly the same you got and I don't know if you saw last night went viral last night of dollar did you see the guy who's heckling Jim Boylen calling him a clown as he walked out the United center you see that video Jim Borland's walking through the town older fans in the stands and someone yells Hey you're a clown Boylan right and what did Jim Boylen do you stare stare him down he turned on him double back mean mug him stared him down in Moncton mean log and then went on his way I've got a source at the United center whose told me about that this is not the first time something like that's happened and in game when a fan yells something and boy when he will stop what he's doing stare down the fan in the stand the paying customer and just stare him down there's not a lot of fans are lately so well I'm just I'm just putting out there this is something that's been going on when he gets heckled he stares down the fan he he doesn't have the thick skin to just move on and coach he's staring down fans this is the way you are on your team the craziest the way you want the brand to be Chicago Bulls basketball the Chris only three games at AC I'm not gonna story about pigeons wearing hats that's next Chris black Adam a dollar on ESPN one thousand and the E. S. P. N. at I used to have more hair I use it more color and I used to have cancer I beat it I did I'm alone I have no idea with the American cancer society did research yeah but also provides the chemo and free lodging their hospitals I used to maybe give a little then I got so much back I used to have cancer please give a cancer dot org hello everybody you're looking live at fans.

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02:07 min | 3 years ago

"kaiser" Discussed on KQED Radio

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