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"kandel" Discussed on The Bio Report

The Bio Report

02:38 min | Last week

"kandel" Discussed on The Bio Report

"And we'll get to this point based on the proceeds that we have secured. People have data in no small cell lung cancer we're doing a very exciting clinical trial. In patients who can basically group together as immune checkpoint inhibitor in adequate response, this is an open label clinical trial. And based on the kinetics of the immune response that we aim to endure expect to see the first clinical responses in the first half of 2022. So this is in the proceeds. We will have data in identity. And then we combine our treatment plus standard of care with opti fo the PDA to develop by BMS. In fact, we will have already data at the end of this year. This has been invited for an oral oral presentation at the scientific meeting at the snow society for neuro oncology. People have data in pancreatic cancer based on an ongoing phase two clinical trial, this will be initial efficacy data that we expect in 2010 to see. And we will have additional data in the current identical, with cancer development. Professor Nino kiok and the head of tuberculosis hospital one of the key leaders in the world in the field of high grade deal represented in an oral presentation with escort. The initial clinical efficacy data very soon with opposite additional, even a logical and biomarker data that took all very exciting. So this is all included. So we built deliver on this portfolio with many shots on goal to platforms to medicines in the clinic across multiple solid tumors. Now, we have created value in this company based on the newly for newly created discovery platform. Based on HSV, if we will, in a very sophisticated way, modulated tumor microenvironment. So this is early discovery. So that's the second big pillar. A third, we will continue to finalize our manufacturing capability in Needham not too far from Boston. So that we will be able to produce content 24 9 in cancer development and potentially other viruses. Ourselves at the right time. Paul Peter tech, president and CEO of kandel Therapeutics, Paul Peter. Thanks so much for your time today. Your husband, thank you very much. Thanks for listening. The buyer report is a production.

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"kandel" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

07:46 min | 2 months ago

"kandel" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

"I had the second calling which became apparent. Not because i thought it through. But just by what. I became so when i started at duke in nineteen seventy three So young faculty member. I would say the first year i probably spend sixty percent of my time. He's a rough figure. Could've been fifty percent in the setting up my lab the other fifty or forty percent seeing patients clinics rounding etc by the second year. It probably those definitely sixty forty by the third year was probably seventy five. Twenty five by the fourth and fifth year was like ninety ten. Because i was thinking that it just that happened because i became obsessed with the laboratory. Something something became awakened in you exactly. Something became awakened and it would not sleep and i became obsessed with The problems i was working on. I love The sheet of suggestions are rules that you laid out for your student and you have one that i think number ten. Yeah that's funny and deadly serious so you gotta be enthusiastic about budget work. You have to really care a lot about it. You have to be convinced. It's worthwhile and i have to be convinced right exactly for me. Doing the science with my fellows is joy and i see it very much as a combined process. We're both in it together through an it's a real bonding thing when you finally are successful To have suffered through it together and come out the other side But part of the key to that. I always telling us you said is unique to be excited about it. But i need to be excited about it. So and then you passing on your work experience your intuitions to another generation and pushing that boat off from shore exactly and where do you think it's gonna go. What do you have any idea what your legacy through. Your students will be the the over think about that. I do think about the fact that frankly as much as anything. We've done in the laboratory together. The legacy is the people I consider myself Fortunate and thrilled that in my field as it's constituted today most of the people around my lineage that is to take all the stars the first generation people trained with me and the people trained with them and then and it's come to be a bit of a thing at big international meetings Were you know. I'll often give the opening talk or the closing talk. Somebody at some point. we'll put up a lineage slide of the people who are on the program all grade and starting with me and then all things and you know it's impressive. You know thirty. Forty percent of everybody presenting will descended on the tree and of course there's so many generations now because the generation time is short. You know so when you read the work of people who have descended from your generation beyond are you surprised. Do you think oh. Look where it went. Yes very often. As wow what an interesting development that is and you see them putting their own creativity on the thing and but yet you can also see the intellectual line you can sort of. Yeah i can see how we got there. But then the really good ones. You said. there's a leap there if i have made that But that that. I love that and people are always coming up to me at meetings and saying well. You don't know me but i'm eighth generation left goals. Of course. I don't know them because you know they trained with a guy who you know but and that's always a big kick for me. Yeah that's great. Always it like for you when you found out you wanna nobel prize and what what time of day was right so five. Am i get a call or you're asleep. You weren't up all night waiting. No not at all. I know it's really interesting I have a funny After dinner talk that. I give called A funny thing happened on the way to stockholm and It it talks about the fact that for a good. I was sixty nine when i won the prize. And that's not unusual. I know a lot of people are much older than that Eric kandel yeah. He was in his seventies when he won but So fit a good twenty years before i won the prize. People were saying to me bob. You're gonna win the nobel prize. Or why haven't you win one. When are you going to win. The nobel prize already was then a rumor that you're there you might or didn't come totally added totally out of the blue Simply people people are convinced. Based on the body of work i had published that it was nobel worthy and that i would win the prize but then years went by and didn't happen and i went through a phase of saying you know i. I didn't think work with of that but as the years passed and it became clear. Even i said you know this is pretty good. You never know what's gonna come. But i when i saw these drugs and everything is still. It didn't happen and so after a certain number of years. I said well this is not happening. It's not the end of the world. And i about it but you know i didn't wait by the phone. Put it that way and then there was an even stranger thing. Which is that the nobel prizes as you may know. are awarded in a set fashion. Each day of the week won prizes announced mondays. Medicine tuesday is physics wednesdays chemistry thursday is economic etc at thursday's literature Well an particular week that i won the prize. Monday had come and gone. As i say not but i was waiting by the phone but you know i didn't win but then i got the call on wednesday decided to give it to us in chemistry forgotten. That's why But it turns out that that often happens that is so much overlap between medicine chemistry especially biochemistry and my work. If you had to put one specific area biochemistry. I mean we. We figured out what the receptors were biochemical work. So the thing that amazed me people say to me. Were you surprised when you got the call. The standard answer a gift. Because it's true is yes and no no. I wasn't surprised because for twenty years people who've been telling me you're going to win the prize. Could it be surprised. Yeah yes in the sense that there was no leak. No rummage no nothing. I mean. I've heard leaks in certain years where you know you say. Oh have you heard they say so and so is going to win and they do But there was nothing. I mean had apte much less than chemistry so it a total shock so you pick up the phone. What are you here. Well what happened is my wife answered the phone. I sleep with your plugs In a cocoon. I've got a mask on my face and your plugs. i'm gone So she answered the phone which is on a headboard behind us and she gave me an elbow She said there's a woman calling from stockholm And so immediately and over your mind. It's nobel week granted. It's not the right day but why the hell of a calling One of the first things that occurred to me is. I have heard a couple of stories where they're trying to reach scientists to win the nobel prize and they can't so they're calling another scientists in the area to see if he knows where they ought meeting is that so you're.

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"kandel" Discussed on X96

X96

02:23 min | 9 months ago

"kandel" Discussed on X96

"It's called the one night stand all That smells like pizza, cocktails, condoms and a taxi ride home and shame. Does it smell like shame? Jean. All of those things would add up to change. Yes. The second, The candle has four different layers of sense, starting with pizza. Classic food choice for a night out. The second scent is passion Fruit martini, followed by a luscious latex aroma reminiscent of condoms. To finish it off. The fourth sent incorporated into the candles that of a new car to represent the cab ride home at the end of the night. It cost $20 has 30. What? Yeah. My son bought a candle. Because he's gotten back into pirates. He loves pirates again, okay? Well, you never stopped loving them. But he really and this candle is meant to smell like The hold of a pirate ship. Well, it's got a kind of a dirty laundry, and I'm not kidding you, Eric Kandel. I'm not kidding you when he likes that candle in his room will have to after about 10 minutes ago. Okay, that's enough. Because it burns your eyes. Pirate. Yeah, it's like I forget what it's called, but it's you know, it's like it's like being on a ship with a bunch of on now, here's like Fire B. This is so this is not a joke. You can buy this thing and I just wonder, but Why Boner. Candidate number three. All right, Let's review the first two and vote Boner Candidate number one. You know, my teacher is kind of shifty. Apparently, dozens of teachers were accidentally hired here in Utah without a full background check. Or perhaps any background. Check it all. Boner candidate number two. You don't wear it over your eyes wrong. Wrong. The Santis, governor of Florida when they saw pictures of him at the Super Bowl. Without his mask, he said, Well, I had to take it off. I was watching the Super Bowl and Boehner candidate number three But But why? Okay, Here you go. You've.

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"kandel" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:33 min | 10 months ago

"kandel" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"A Trump supporter. Or like a conservative, But you're a person of color. Don't you understand? You're not allowed to think like that. And you're you've caught her. S so toxic whiteness is now become a It's not your skin color. It's a point of view. Yes, exactly. Which is the racial whiteness carrier thing is the desire of some people of color to lay claim to the politics of aggression, exclusion and domination. Which is hilarious since he left is so aggressive, exclusionary and dominating, but yes, So if you are a person who is not like a white Anglo Saxon Protestant On dure. Think for yourself. You have multiracial whiteness, and I hope they come up with a cure. I don't know. I have a telephone or something. Um, this has been in the news a little bit lately because there have been some high profile. Executions. Had this woman executed the other day. First federal execution of a woman in 70 years. The crime she committed was the most horrible thing I've ever heard my life unspeakable. Yeah, she was crazy. I mean, she's full on crazy. It's sad story, but anytime there's I profile execution, it gets the conversation going about the death penalty in the United States. I saw a map the other day of how many countries in the world Still have capital punishment's not very many. Many of the young you're you're Saudi Arabia is your China's Those kind of places do it, But there aren't very many first world countries that still do it. I've gone back and forth on the death penalty in my life. But support for the death penalty is the lowest It's been in 50 years, according to the most recent Gallup poll. I'm not surprised. The last time more Americans were opposed to capital punishment for convicted murderers was in 1972. Why did he hit a low and 72? In particular reason. Disco Into early way too early. And when was it the collapse of belief in the government after Watergate? Er, I don't know. I don't know. You know what your mom or I don't know. It could easily be a single case of somebody being executed that a lot of Americans thought was unjust. It might have just been one. So the high was in 1995. Bill Clinton got elected president as a Democrat being pro death penalty and 92. Hey, Joe Biden. Famously giant anti crime measures The high was in 95 or 80% of Americans were pro death penalty. Wow, 80 North, the kind only and only 13 against in the mid nineties. Wow. It's like, you know, one of those controlling the borders. Everybody agrees you wouldn't know that would everybody pregnant. Pretty much agrees. Still, majority support the death penalty, but it's 55 43. That's a good, solid win. I mean, that's a 12 point. Okay, I thought it was underwater. But it's not, You know, still majority opinion, but it's the lowest it's been in 50 years. Like I said, I've gone back and forth on it. I think my current state is I'm against it. Yeah, I hear you. I hear Yeah, I've gone back and forth myself. I don't have a really strong opinion on it. I have. I've strongly considered it, but I haven't come up with strong opinions. I have said for years. No continue to say. I think it's an interesting one to decide to dedicate your life to changing these scumbags are being executed. There's lots of causes out. There's a lot of injustice in the world. That's not the one I'm going to spend my time on right? That woman the other day you read about her crime. I'm glad she's gone. I could have killed her myself. I know that doesn't bother me that she's gone. Whether or not the state ought to be able to take human life, perfectly reasonable discussion, But you can only put your energy into overturning so many injustices. I'm not going to spend my time on that one, right? Right. I hear you. Speaking of women lives being taken. Gwyneth Paltrow, Zvi JJ Kandel exploded in a woman's home. I believe you're fascinated with this in a way, That's uh, had anything I can do to discredit. The lame O Gwyneth Paltrow is a pleasure she was in the Oscar winning picture. Shakespeare in Love, which beats saving Private Ryan. Talk about injustice. Now there's something on March 4, right? Why they didn't end the Oscars that never hold them again. Well, it's a miscarriage of justice. That movie was okay at best. It was charming. He was all right for a movie and go on the third. And you think it was worth, you know, doing something that was good. That was also the movie that made Harvey Weinstein kind of the darling of the industry. When that that movie beat out the small little thing beat out saving private Ryan had raped enough of the voters or threatened apparently. But Gwyneth Paltrow, who's a seller of crap, Too soft headed gals, um, released a candle which allegedly is scented the same as her. Her private region. Don't even want to drill down on the how. Why? You must trust me. I am a skilled wordsmith. I just I just seriously don't understand the point. I don't know how they go about doing it. And now I would want it that candle. Ladies. Here's what Gwyneth claims. Hers both the candle and the parts. Have notes, including geranium, citrusy, bergamot, cedar absolutists, Just ducks juxtaposed with damask Rose and M. Brett seed. If yours doesn't there's something wrong with you. God position X family. S so anyway, that those some of those words were made up right? Those are made up words. You're asking the wrong guy. I don't know. S o this gallon in Britain won one of these things and some sort of contest. And she and her man decide the light it just for chuckles and Jody Thompson age. 50 says the candle exploded and admitted huge flames with bits flying everywhere. I've never seen anything like it. The whole thing was a blaze. It was too hot to touch the reason. I'm sorry I wasn't paying attention. Are you talking about her for JJ or the candle and the candle lit the candle. They threw the flaming candle out the front door could have burned. The place down was scary at the time, but funny looking back that witness JJ Kandel exploded in my living room, she said. That's important. You hang on to your funny looking back these troubled times. Pay 75 bucks for this thing. I know. I know if you're again if you're just an idiot. Oh, my God. Again..

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"kandel" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:55 min | 10 months ago

"kandel" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Is Gregory Patrick News. Thank 3.1 kfbk 52 degrees now in Gold River, 45, Applegate and 54 in downtown Sacramento. A great big Thank you to Brody Fernandez today is executive producer managing the editor's desk. Ah, huge thanks to our technical production team. Alex Tasker, Taylor Martin. And, of course, Kendall, Toby and Kandel joins me right now, because we have some very sad news to report today. Dawn Wells of Gilligan's Island fame has died from covert 19. She passed away today at the age of 82. Of course, she played Marianne on the show. There was a lady here who also has sweetness and warms the lady I would pick is the most beautiful in the world. Marianne. Oh, Here's the Marianne Wells isn't just known for Gilligan's Island. She was in more than 150 TV shows. In addition to many films, Wells also competed in the 1959 Miss America pageant is Miss Nevada, and perhaps she's most importantly, known a twist around kfbk circles. For appearing in 2017 on the Pat Walsh. Oh, yes, That's right, Joe. She did come on the show back in 2000 and 17, and she was just so lovely and sweet. We really enjoyed having her here in the studio, and so we thought it would be very special tonight. If we could repeat that show from back in 2017. You found it. We did nice. So you know, we were scrambling to do that and somewhere we've dusted it off and we'll have that It's part of the best of Pat Walsh tonight. Great job by the way with the Dan Connery show last night, May he rest in peace. Another great, great part of kfbk that we lost last year. I'm Joe Michael's for kiddie O'Neill will be back tomorrow afternoon on the KFBK. Afternoon news from four till seven. Hope you'll join us, then stay tuned for the best of Pat Walsh a news 93.1 kfbk next.

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"kandel" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"kandel" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Fam Chicago's number one hit Music station. Good morning. Thanks for having a son. It's the friend Show 8555911035 waiting by the phone. The woman was turned off by the fact that dude had a group one of Paltrow over JJ Kandel in his home. Yes, which is understandable. That's a little weird. Why would you walk into a man's house and he has a candle that is self proclaimed. Going with Paltrow's for JJ sent, I realized it was tongue in cheek. It was also really expensive. Well, now it's going for $400. I don't think it originally wasn't expensive, right? I thought everything okay. Oh, I thought everything I group was expensive. I'm sure it was over Price. And I don't know why you would want to smell that. But he did have you It doesn't have to be a romantic partner. Maybe too romantic partner. Maybe it's just a little friend or someone you thought you knew. But have you ever gone into someone's home and discovered something that made you feel differently about that person? Not not again. Not like I don't like them or whatever, but like. Whoa, Like you see something, whether it's bad taste or whether it's like I had no idea you were into that kind of thing. And maybe something got left out. Have you ever gone into someone's home and discovered something that made you think differently? 8555911035. Like I really French. We're realtors, and I asked them sometimes, and like, do you ever What kind of stuff do you see? You know, because you're in and out of people's homes all day long. And sometimes you know, they'll say, Hey, we're coming with a client. You don't have a lot of time. You got to get out and maybe stuff gets left out. And I guess, um you know, people that have, you know nice homes and seem to be very well put together and have these family photos. You know of this very pristine, proper looking deal, And then they've got like a 4 ft. Long. Item that they left out by the batter. So you're like, not that you can't be into that or whatever, but I don't know. Maybe you don't look at that picture and look at that item and go. I don't put those two things together. Wow, someone's a little freaky. Kind of thing. I've been to people's houses where Like I mean, they seem normal, but then, like the person's normal, But then I feel like their houses like the biggest mess we're like. Nothing's clear like it hasn't been cleaned. I would think differently about a person if you like. Their bathroom was disgusting. Which, by the way, I've seen that, like a very well put together person and then you use the restroom and the restroom is disgusting. And you go like what are you What's underneath. What's going on? I've seen like nudie magazines in the bathroom before I'm like, Don't back. Yeah. So, like, like they're reading material like Hi. I'm.

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"kandel" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

Psychologists Off The Clock

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"kandel" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

"Off. I think what I heard or what I was spotting and you was both this really true desire to help people and spread that in a Broadway as well as that value of curiosity job. That you were talking about that you're trying to Foster in others that it really seems that that showing up in your in your professional work as a scientist as really true open-minded curiosity of where is this going to take us as opposed to that predetermined practice that I think that sometimes science gets caught up in I don't think anybody's ever asked me that before it was so it's it's really nice to get off select back on why I did this work. So thank you. You can just tell where people get excited like their Pace starts to increase and you can feel like behind their eyes you're having this imagery happening this month a simulation of the process of creating I could I could feel it. You mean I could feel it energetically with you and I imagine that's been the case for you across your career. I mean, I know that you sort of get into whatever you're into and then you're on to the next month thing. They're into it just keeps on developing but I'm kind of fascinated by by you as a person. How did you do medical school and meditate two hours a day. That's interesting. Yeah. Well medical school is really well. Started getting into it. I think it was when I was in residency when I started doing, you know ramping up the practice or maybe right after residency. Oh, yeah, I was started doing two hours straight as a way Drake smoking study and it was right after residency, but I have to say, you know, I can be so much. I'm so much more efficient and focused with this practice. I can't imagine what I would be like if I didn't, you know, if I hadn't been introduced to my place early on so yeah, it's your roots. I mean, I guess that's what it what it becomes. I think especially for people right now that have had a mindfulness practice or a spiritual practice or whatever their deal is maybe even an exercise practice. They're like regular Walkers having that as long something to route back into is incredibly helpful. And when when you're going through stressful stuff, you're you went through MD Ph.D program. It's a different kind of stress, but it's super high-stress environment having that is a found dog. And I think makes complete sense, but maybe you couldn't have done it. If you didn't have that or maybe you would have needed like a serious addiction to get through it. Actually other course the people take yeah, that's true. But I think about as you're as you're talking how in the world. Do you do all that not get caught up in the the cycle of ambition and self-promotion and either so much of money out there right now also so much of your heart that's behind us. How do you practice that in your daily life like not get hooked by your phone pictures of you took basic that well, it comes back to awareness and curiosity. There's two sides of the mindfulness coin. When I pay attention and I see what it feels like to get caught up in self promotional stuff. It just it just doesn't know I'm good. I can see from your facial expression, you know exactly what I'm talking about. It's like I guess I should post this on Twitter cuz I'm supposed to but it's like not cuz I'm excited. You know, it's like I'm I'm happy to post like if I read something on Twitter, that's especially if it's about kindness or something. It's like I'm happy to repost that speed or whatever. It's called cuz it just feels good to spread that but it's like when I have to pee myself it just and honestly it's like, you know, if it's going to get out there it's going to get out there and me pushing. It just doesn't feel authentic and doesn't feel rewarding enough that I'm going to do it. So it's like I'm going to let it just put it out there and see what happens and I just can't actually force myself to do it anymore because just turns my stomach and just awful. Is not work, I'd rather live a life of obscurity, you know and just simply there's plenty to be curious about, you know, so I can I can be curious and obscurity and not you know, not try to get my theories or my name out there and be much happier than spending my entire life. Just trying to get people to listen to what I have to say boy talk about not not being a rewarding. You know, that's what I love about this stuff is I don't have to worry about there's no judge theory of anything off. This is like it's just basic stuff. That's freely available information. Yeah, so I can be like, oh be obscure the Buddha. Oh, you know Eric kandel all these really smart key figure this stuff out and I'm just applying it and helping people live better lives through it. It doesn't have to have my name on it all and inspect the more I spend time trying to get my name on something the more energy I wasted. That I could be using helping people. So interesting Natalie was helping us get on the call this morning and talking to her about this heat wave. We're having here in in Santa Barbara and last night. We went to the beach at 5:00. It was still Ninety Degrees and I took my to my actually my partner had to drop me off because you can't park at the beaches because of covet so he dropped me off and you know kind of threw us out there and we were swimming and there was this man who's probably in the seventies something with his dog and as I was watching him swim in the ocean at 5:00 with his dog, I was like this is what life is about and then I turned to my kids and I was watching them and I was like, wait a minute. This is what life is about right and then I had to go check my phone because part was coming to pick us up and I don't want to get lost in the ocean and you know, he has to drive. He literally has to drive off with to jump in and I go back to my phone and I open it up and I push the email button. I got an.

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"kandel" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"kandel" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"My friends. Hello there. It's a pleasure to have you joining us tonight. Here's Spend as much time with the show as you possibly can. Thank you for tuning in our staying tuned in after the afternoon News or Kitty O'Neil. This is the Powell show we have lots to talk about is always 7 to 10 p.m. We're CO vered free tonight in every aspect pretty sure Pretty sure Listen, here's the thing if you want the latest covert updates. Here's what I want Working men too. Yeah. You just turned to any other station? Anything. Any station on TV or radio now or social media? Go ahead. And then you could find that Now, if Not if you want to go to some other things, then. Well plied me the station to do that. I mean, I can't guarantee that we want to be like it won't be mentioned at some point somehow, some way, But I'm going to try not to Kandel. It's nice to see you and I have a Someone has defaced my little glass cubicle in the studio. There's one thing to defaced my beautiful Dodger decorated ram decorated desk work desk and then But now that I didn't know how they've come into the studio, and they have Defaced my little new glass cubicle, which I hide behind because of well, you know. See, I can't say it now. So look at this candle said We shouldn't use the buzzer if if it get's mentioned will do a sound effect on that one. I know who did this. I know which coworkers, would you? Oh, they did it to my desk. And now this, we put this on Facebook or I've now I've done the appropriate thing with this stuff. Which is what I'm about to do right now. And please I already know some of you are not even going to watch baseball. I get why Okay, my favorite sport, But I get why baseball starts tonight. We have our baseball and you will play baseball Prediction show tonight. In the eight o'clock hour, but But, you know These things have to come down. These things have to come down now be mad at me if you want, But these air these air big SF logo's on all over my little glass booth here. I wonder who did that? Yeah. I know, but I know striker has struck So I'm going to take this one. Pull that one down. Oh, good. You're crippling it up. I'm gonna file it in my cabinet cabinet down here in the trashcan Cabinet, which is Two points. Now, this one over here, it's the same logo. It's a big old Giants logo there all taped to my glass, so I can't see your lovely face. This. I'm gonna file in this In this file cabinet over here. See, now you can find that. Now you know where to find that when you file it away. Thank you so much easier when you just file them away. You know, I mean, it's so much easier. And then this one here That's beautiful, isn't it? Yeah, that on that night. Don't take a picture of that. There you go. Can you go behind my little glass Cubicle post that so people know what And then you want to see my filing cabinet. In my filing cabinet to for those of you not they want to see this photo later that good. You get that. Okay. Good. Here's the last one pretty nice on file this over here and make sure nothing happens to it. There we go. There all filed away now. Oh, yeah. Go Dodgers. And it begins only a 16 game season. No fans in the stands and I already know we talked about it the other night locked in at my gonna watch it now because of what's going on, but Yeah. You know what I've noticed? Last target. Now, if I don't Say the you know. The thing that we're supposed to be talking about tonight tonight, but I have to explain certain things. So in a way, I do have to say something about this. Here's a phenomenon that I have seen. Has anyone else noticed this? I've noticed this had happened a few times that if you speak to someone who is wearing a mask They don't hear you. It's been a couple of times now. They've pulled down their mask to hear me better like this. You say something to go on what happened and they go like this, and he pulled out the rest of them. What do you mean? Funny where you pull your mask down to hear me better that makes no sense to me. Maybe I'm just a knucklehead, but that didn't make sense to me. It's funny when things like that happen or when you're you're driving or you want to concentrate, so you turned down. The volume. Yes, You're like, Wait a minute. Why am I doing this to do that? I don't understand. I don't get the correlation to that. But We have seen that Were you or were you have move your mouth and not your nose, right? As soon as I see, I'm not going to talk about this. I talked about it. Yeah. What a hypocrite. I am. Can you believe that? I'm not going to talk about the first thing on my list? It was that I could hear that candle. Let me pull down my mask to hear that again. Was that Ah, I can hear you way better that time. What? Ah, goodness. They ask you this candle tonight? Listen, please, if there's something on your mind And it's and it's virus free. We'd love to talk to you really? I have a few things. If you random things I want to talk about. You know, you'd get these random thoughts on your mind. You want to just kind of want to get him off your chest like last night? The last night I just had to get all the serious stuff outta me. You know, because we tell on the show and we try to have a little bit of fun. Goof around, little bit, inform, hopefully entertained somewhat all that kind of stuff. And then in the meanwhile the background we're trying to do that. Then you get like all these stories that are really ticking you off. So last night, I cleared the decks with a lot of that stuff, and I was very happy about that..

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"kandel" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"kandel" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Yeah what a great what if that was a perfect for the year sheltering in place or tell me how you doing tonight instituting about I'll but due to the bounty to do there Hey let's start to canned dog to detect Kandel kendo kendo can dog that you don't grow how are you ma'am your brother unfortunately my two week vacation is coming to an end and went by all too quick on can I make you feel better can I make you feel better here okay I'm going I'm starting my vacation tomorrow morning better yet now how how good is your delay I have a couple of months well that's actually great brother you if anybody deserves a you do you will work in your you know what off since this whole thing started so you deserve a little time off definitely thank you man thank you you recognize that clip we played there my favorite Mel Brooks movie of all time a young signs of Salton sea sometimes dean yes one of the great movies and and then on that list of movies then I saw the driver okay so you always remember the movie went to the drive in movie and saw and I remember of all things my mom take and make those action my dad taking us kids to go see young Frankenstein what a cast what I cast right Cloris Leachman was in there then you had it well do you know the cast better anyone you know or call our names played Frankenstein it was in everyone loves Raymond Peter boy yes yes exactly very very very talented cast and one of things I liked about that movie is that Mel Brooks had the courage to play it straight the entire time you know it you know even other classics like I think I'm Spaceballs and I think of a blazing saddles where I'm digging it right up to the point where they're actually on the Warner Bros Warner brothers movie lot breaking the fourth wall at that time I mean it's so funny but it's like and I'm not quite as not quite as good a young friend inside they play to the conclusion from beginning to end and I just love and I just don't like when they break the fourth wall or what she deserved yeah ha ha it is not as much I mean it's okay I mean the actors carry it but at the same time it becomes a Warner brothers cartoons and it changes at home from what he really does you know that's a really good point yeah then it is okay like I said everybody sells it which is like you know and Harvey Norman is great you know it's heavy you put it on hold I worked out real well it's just that when I'm watching the film yeah a lot of it becomes an immersion and if it's done done and too jarring away it takes out of it for just a minute in and you have to kind of settle back in at least for me yeah a movie but I love I I'll take em Frankenstein overplaying settled any day of the week I did like blazing saddles though to that was the scene in blazing saddles where is it Count Basie is it is a Count Basie and his orchestra the music's plan in their writing and all of a sudden you actually see the the the group out there playing in the middle of nowhere yeah basically is it I think it is the base year Ellington I can never forget those two killings and yeah I I I I can't remember either with hilarious Larry is seen in there okay I want to talk about another movie can dog dogs movie house dot com by the way very good friend of ours here on the shows but you know you've been on the show with this we're going on seven years doing this cannot come soon enough can you believe that coming up on October seven years you and me and market candle all doing this yeah unbelievable it flies man it's life's most what I've ever had on the radio yeah me too in the year I wanted to go on I'm trying now because I have this subscription that they're giving me right now for H. B. O. again I don't have a lot of time to sit around and watch movies I just don't it's literally taking me the next time I watch this movie will be the fifth time that I've sat down and watched the movie but not the entire movie but I've had to watch in sections is what I mean because I just don't have enough time for movies so sit down and watch a portion then I have to either go to sleep as I get off work so late and I'm not gonna do it during the days I feel like I just don't feel right and then so then I go back visit to the movie again so for the fifth time which will be tonight all finished watching this movie the joker right Joaquin Phoenix as the joker he was brothers with river Phoenix correct yes USG's revert reverting to younger brother yes yeah he's our guy was watching some of the previous things in interviews that he had done with David Letterman wearing his dark glasses and had a big beard he's was overweight at that time did not look healthy he was chewing gum and David Letterman system yeah no problem I'll go visit you sometime it'll be chewing gum at your work and but I gotta tell ya this is a guy it I was watching a clip of him can dog in Ogden understated letterman choices I'm just never gonna act again that's it I've I've had it now I'm gonna say the guy is a fabulous actor in this movie am I wrong the guy he has this laughing disorder whatever you wanna call it right there's scenes where he's sitting on a couch and he's done some things I want to give it away and all the movies out a couple years maybe someone else hasn't seen I had seen it till now NES's disorder can dog any smoking a cigarette all the time and there's a brief point where he's laughing and then he tries for a minute to collect himself but he can't he begins a laugh any slumps over and I just wanted to be brilliant intense acting on the guy's part well you know it's funny he doesn't he's a selection of this movie but you have to also give credit Todd Phillips who is best known for directing the hang over movies you know very different before tackling this one and this one really serves as a drama that uses the archetype of well known Batman villain to analyze mental health and mental disorders and in doing so it creates an entirely different feel of the film which is the reason why I think you like it so much it didn't have the superhero tropes yeah in sum it at Gotham City and it has Bruce Wayne as Thomas Wayne was a not a nice guy in this one you know it has these possibilities here it has the garbage strike skills Gotham is clearly a stand in for New York that kind of thing it has this great to it it has this taxi driver thing to it right even with the not with what was the top shows you think you might be watching ritual sequel to taxi driver all right and and yes it's violent at times quite shockingly violent but it's never done for violence sake it's very quick and if that makes it all the more shocking as the guy comes off as a guy who's seeing things in his own hand also and bony strikes like it's making like that looked like it hurt and you have a you have a very propulsive movie that isn't for it's not propelled by action it's not propelled by special effects it's propelled by performances mood and subject matter and I think that's the reason why you like it so much in the reason why it was so critically claims reason why I like it so much I have in my collection I watched it several times because there's always something new to see Doug yeah have you seen the new trailer for the one that's on three years of the airplanes is trying.

Kandel
"kandel" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"kandel" Discussed on KTRH

"Job good essentially protect you father a moratorium door you may be you have experience as Michael it seems like old school Catholicism up to the nineteen fifties and courage I cultivation of a relationship with the angels archangel Raziel archangel Gabriel archangel Michael within the Catholic Church Kandel I was wondering a father Morris spoke about that archangel Michael and the protection of demons he had no protection against the mumps and put cultivation of relationships to protect yourself he absolutely did and have you noticed it there's been a cultivation of say Michael relationship there's that famous sort of say Michael that stretches across Europe and he was even a broader this is something very helpful for today most famously say Michael help determine a plague away in Rome in the sixth century and father more thinkers say Michael as a protector against demands he encouraged memorizing the prayer to St Michael that many of us had to learn and boyhood and he very much also encouraged easy relationship with guardian angels and ask your guardian angel actively ask your guardian angel to protect you and to help you is there a certain prayer that fights off demons well there's a couple players father was found that the most powerful which is why I keep coming back to a was simply praising god and thanking him but yes there's a prayer to say Michael that anyone it takes just a few seconds to a few minutes to learn and if you're really out of words if you're in the midst of battle you can clearly say in the name of Jesus go away Michael I I gotta tell you you're doing a fantastic job here in your first first time you've ever been on the show all right your third thank you where in the heck if you ban I think that's a good question I've been on the other side listening to you for a few years so I've been here well I would like to use you as one of our experts as we do it we deal with these whereabouts in Colorado are you I am here in the Denver area I was just up in the mountains until a few months ago well you'd be perfect for our beyond belief television show which we taped in boulder every month so alarmed well worth the time and the folks know about them sounds great thank you that's fantastic indeed then your website of course is Sophia institute dot com do I have that right that's correct the views you dot com you can just type in father more there are just the devil of the parade the devil is afraid I notice Amazon still selling the book Amazon still selling the book you can be even still get it mailed to you within a reasonable amount of time all right we're gonna come back in a moment with you Michaela take final phone calls right here on coast to coast AM as we talk about the devil is afraid of me get daily show updates right to your inbox for free with the coast zone newsletter sign up today coast to coast AM dot com Houston's news weather or traffic.

Michael
"kandel" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"kandel" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"A short time later probably within an hour after that after she drove up I was on the phone I called her and asked her if she had her wallet he said to no I can't find it I think women here well this sounds like a friendly haunting Michael this doesn't sound demonic no not at first blush to me at all and then be obviously of course we talked about that these things can lie in fake B. is doing things in this case this might bother Moore had I don't believe that he would outperform exes in because in the aspect of exorcism is praying thanksgiving and also praying for the dead so they can often liberate the house itself in all honestly thanksgiving and praying for the souls of the people that are around you there's never a bad idea yeah Dorothy I don't think it's haunted and evil sense are so ugly good luck you might want to keep that spirit around it certainly reach out to your priest if you want to get your health plus it's always a good idea that doesn't hurt do you have to be Catholic to have a priest there what if you're not Catholic can you still have a priest come many priests will absolutely they see their services to the wider community they can get busy so might take a little while but I've never known a priest I would turn down somebody because they weren't a regular churchgoer or Catholic or anything like that let's go to Tom in la Hoya California Thomas go ahead hi George thank you for taking my call Michael fascinating information you know wall George once a year reads a letter and he should read it three times a year but it's called the order from Michael and it's about an American soldier in the nineteen fifties curry and conflict who survives a very deadly ambush route through an encounter with archangel Michael and he writes about it and job you know through the centuries it seems like soldiers in particular have been counters with angels win or manger Michael yep Joan of arc obviously but during the civil war both sides had encounters with angels World War one hero of the Germans the French the English had encounters with archangel Michael on the battlefield you stop and think about it you know battlefield bills dimana just by its very nature police I was curious if father of Morris archangel Michael was known to have a flaming sword which he she loosened set you free from demons yes temperamental stroller entities and job good essentially protect you well there are more three indoor you maybe you have experiences Michael it seems like old school Catholicism up to the nineteen fifties and courage I cultivation of a relationship with angels archangels Rayfield archangel Gabriel archangel Michael within the Catholic Church Kandel I was wondering a father Morris spoke about that archangel Michael and the protection of demons he had no protection against demons and the cultivation of relationships to protect yourself he absolutely did and have you noticed it there's been a cultivation of say Michael relationship there's that famous sort of say Michael that stretches across Europe and he was even a broader this is something very helpful for today most famously say Michael helped to turn the plate away in Rome in the sixth century and father more think courage they Michael as a protector against demands he encouraged memorizing the prayer to St Michael that many of us had to learn and boyhood and he very much also encouraged easy relationship with guardian angels and ask your guardian angel actively ask your guardian angel to protect you and to help you is there a certain prayer that fights off demons well there's a couple where the father was found that the most powerful which is why I keep coming back to a was simply praising god and thanking him but yes there's a prayer to say Michael that anyone it takes just a few seconds to a few minutes to learn and if you're really out of words if you're in the midst of battle you can clearly say in the name of Jesus go away Michael I I gotta tell you you're doing a fantastic job here in your first first time you've ever been on the show all right your curse thank you where in the heck if you ban I think that's a good question I've been on the other side listening to you for a few years so I've been here well I would like to use you as one of our experts as we do it we deal with these whereabouts in Colorado are you I am here in the Denver area I was just up in the mountains of tell you months ago well you'd be perfect for beyond belief television show which we taped in boulder every month solo role at the time and the folks know about them great thank you that's fantastic indeed then your website of course is Sophia institute dot com do I have that right that's correct opiates you dot com you can just type in father more there are just the devil of the parade the devil is afraid I notice Amazon still selling the book Amazon still selling the book you can be even still get it mailed to you within a reasonable amount of time all right we're gonna come back in a moment with you Michael intake final phone calls right here on coast to coast AM as we talk about the devil was afraid.

"kandel" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"kandel" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"In our fate B. as in this case this might bother Moore had I don't believe that he would have performing X. as in because he expected exorcism is sprained thanksgiving and also praying for the dead so they can often liberate the house itself in honestly thanksgiving and praying for the souls of the people that are around you there's never a bad idea yeah Dorothy I don't think it's haunted and evil sense are so good luck you might want to keep that spirit around it certainly reach out to your priest if you want to get your health plus always a good idea that doesn't hurt do you have to be Catholic to have a priest there what if you're not Catholic can you still have a preschool many priests will absolutely they see their services to the wider community they can be busy so might take a little while but I've never known a priest I would turn down somebody because they weren't a regular church goer or Catholic or anything like that let's go to Tom in la Hoya California Thomas go ahead hi George thank you for taking my call Michael fascinating information you know wall George once a year reads a letter and he should read it three times a year but it's called the order from Michael and it's about an American soldier in the nineteen fifties curry and conflict who survives a very deadly ambush route through an encounter with archangel Michael and he writes about it and job you know through the centuries it seems like soldiers in particular have been counters with angels what angel Michael yep Joan of arc obviously but during the civil war both sides had encounters with angels World War one hero of the Germans the French the English have encounters with archangel Michael on the battlefield you stop and think about it you know battlefield heroes dimana just by its very nature police I was curious if father of Morris archangel Michael was known to have a flaming sword which he could cut you loose and set you free from demons yes temperamental stroll entertains and job good essentially protect you stepfather of more three indoor you maybe you have experience as Michael it seems like old school of phone system up to the nineteen fifties and courage I cultivation of a relationship with angels archangel Raziel archangel Gabriel archangel Michael within the Catholic Church Kandel I was wondering a father Morris spoke about that archangel Michael and the protection of demons he had no protection against demons and the cultivation of relationships to protect yourself he absolutely did and have you noticed it there's been a cultivation of say Michael relationship there's that famous sort of say Michael that stretches across Europe and he was even a broader this is something very helpful for today most famously say Michael help determine a plague away in Rome in the sixth century and father more thinkers say Michael as a protector against demands he encouraged memorizing the prayer to St Michael that many of us have to learn and boyhood and he very much also encouraged easy relationship with guardian angels and ask your guardian angel actively ask your guardian angel to protect you and to help you is there a certain prayer that fights off demons well there's a couple where the father was found that the most powerful which is why I keep coming back to a was simply praising god and thanking him but yes there's a prayer to say Michael that anyone it takes just a few seconds to a few minutes to learn and if you're really out of words if you're in the midst of battle you can really say in the name of Jesus goal way Michael I I gotta tell you you're doing a fantastic job here in your first first time you've ever been on the show all right your curse thank you where in the heck if you ban I think that's a good question I've been on the other side listening to you for a few years so I've been here well I would like to use you as one of our experts as we do it we deal with these whereabouts in Colorado are you I am here in the Denver area I was just up in the mountains until a few months ago well you'd be perfect for our beyond belief television show which we taped in boulder every month so alone well worth the time and the folks know about them sounds great thank you that's fantastic indeed then your website of course is Sophia institute dot com do I have that right that's correct beauty dot com you can just type in father more there are just the devil of the parade the devil is afraid I notice Amazon still selling the book Amazon still selling the book you can be even still get it mailed to you within a reasonable amount of time all right we're gonna come back in a moment with you Michael intake final phone calls right here on coast to coast AM as we talk about the devil was afraid of.

Moore
"kandel" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"kandel" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Probably within an hour after that every single box I was on the phone I called her and asked her if she had her wallet she said done no I can't find it I should limit here well this sounds like a friendly haunting Michael this doesn't sound demonic no not at first blush to be at all and then be obviously of course we talked about that these things can lie in our fake B. is doing things in this case this might bother board had I don't believe that he would performing exes in because in the aspect of exorcism is sprained thanksgiving and also praying for the dead so they can often liberate the house itself in honestly thanks giving and praying for the souls of the people that are around you there's never a bad idea yeah Dorothy I don't think it's haunted and evil sense are so good luck you might want to keep that spirit around it certainly reach out to your priest if you want to get your health plus always a good idea that doesn't hurt do you have to be Catholic to have a priest there what if you're not Catholic can you still have a priest come many priests will absolutely they see their services to the wider community they can be busy so might take a little while but I've never known a priest I would turn down somebody because they weren't a regular church goer or Catholic or anything like that let's go to Tom in la Hoya California Thomas go ahead hi George thank you for taking my call Michael fascinating information you know wall George once a year reads a letter and he should read it three times a year but it's called the order from Michael and it's about an American soldier in the nineteen fifties curry and conflict who survives a very deadly ambush who threw an encounter with archangel Michael and he writes about it yeah job you know through the centuries it seems like soldiers in particular have been counters with angels win or manger Michael yep Joan of arc obviously but during the civil war both sides had encounters with angels World War one hero of the Germans the French the English had encounters with archangel Michael on the battlefield you stop and think about it you know battlefield bills Monica just by its very nature thankfully I was curious if father of Morris archangel Michael was known to have a flaming sword which he could cut you loose and set you free from demons yes temperament stroll entertains and job good essentially protect you Furthermore three indoor you maybe you have experience as Michael it seems like old school consoles so some up to the nineteen fifties and courage I cultivation of a relationship with the angels archangel Raziel archangel Gabriel archangel Michael within the Catholic Church Kandel I was wondering a father Morris spoke about that archangel Michael and the protection of demons he had no protection against demons and the cultivation of relationships to protect yourself he absolutely did and have you noticed that there's been a cultivation of say Michael relationship there's that famous sort of say Michael that stretches across Europe and he was even a broader this is something very helpful for today most famously say Michael help determine a plague away in Rome in the sixth century and father more think courage they Michael as a protector against demands he encouraged memorizing the prayer to St Michael that many of us had to learn and boyhood and he very much also encouraged easy relationship with guardian angels and ask your guardian angel actively ask your guardian angel to protect you and to help you is there a certain prayer that fights off demons well there's a couple where the father was found that the most powerful which is like you come back to a was simply praising god and thanking him but yes there's a prayer to say Michael that anyone it takes just a few seconds to a few minutes to learn and if you're really out of words if you're in the midst of battle you can really say in the name of Jesus goal way Michael I I gotta tell you you're doing a fantastic job here in your first first time you've ever been on the show all right your Kurt thank you where in the heck if you ban I think that's a good question I've been on the other side listening to you for a few years so I've been here I would like to use you as one of our experts as we do it we deal with these whereabouts in Colorado are you I am here in the Denver area I was just up in the mountains of tell you months ago well you'd be perfect for beyond the least television show which we taped in boulder every month so alone hello at the time in the folks know about them sounds great thank you that's fantastic indeed then your website of course is Sophia institute dot com do I have that right that's correct the views you dot com you can just type in bother more there are just the devil of the parade the devil is afraid I notice Amazon still selling the book Amazon still selling the book you can be even still get it mailed to you within a reasonable amount of time all right we're gonna come back in a moment with you Michael intake final phone calls right here on coast to coast AM as we talk about the devil was afraid of me get daily show updates right to your inbox for free with the coast zone newsletter.

"kandel" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"kandel" Discussed on WGN Radio

"At home as we all are stuck at home but these were all they made their debut at the Chicago critics Film Festival which would have been happening to this week all right Eric the Congress yeah this is a really interesting hybrid science fiction film that stars robin Wright it more or less in Plano version of herself set in the future where she's been as in the US cast really with creating a digital version of herself so future audiences can enjoy robin Wright performances throughout the years but the movie sort of shipped halfway through and becomes animated science fiction film in this is a big success I'm not festival circuit around this time and we have to play it and still one of our lead better attended midnight films that we ever showed I want to route one robin Wright's best performances and it it's it's really it's a really unique film that I will I will I would like more people to get a chance to check out I love this movie yeah I love it it's available on Netflix and you're right robin Wright is amazing in it it's a terrific performance and it's gotten us is another one that has a great cast yeah Harvey Keitel Jon Hamm your body Paul Giamatti right yeah yeah so it's really it's a really terrific movie that's available on Netflix and it's called the Congress okay all right Steve this is the I love this next one that guy Dick Miller yeah I mean it's it's pretty simple it's a documentary about the great American character third maybe the greatest of all time Dick Miller the guys work with everybody both in terms of directors and co stars and and we were lucky enough to not only have him there but we will play bucket of blood right after the screening of the documentary and I mean got it was I mean it and I in and then you know I'm I feel like we got in just in time to I'm really happy we would share that with them and I think he and his wife had a terrific time and I mean honestly the there aren't enough films about guys like him they they all kind of are about two makers or actors that are are much more famous and and have more name value than him but man I mean do these guys make a couple hundred movies and or TV appearances in their career and they and they deserve to be celebrated I'm glad somebody made this movie well the thing is if you if you know if you if you don't know the name you see the guy you got Paul Kandel in if you've you've seen him if you've if you've ever seen a Joe Dante movie then you've seen him no he was great he was when he was absolutely great and you know we lost it last year right you're still last year the year before yeah which is really too bad he was something man yeah he was great and that's in this documentary is great it's it's absolutely great the that guy Dick Miller all right elbow on Amazon prime Jacksonville one Amazon prime okay all right okay great movie all right guys hold on Eric and Steve are gonna hang out and we're gonna come back and talk more we've got to have more of the best of the Chicago critics Film Festival that you can watch at home all right here on WG former.

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"kandel" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"kandel" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Well before we commence any light cation or libation maneuvers I must make sure that my hands are properly sanitized I'm taking my all care steris the old hand sanitizer what size bottle is this this is the big one I bought this is the nine ounce this is the big one all right somebody Dave take a little bit on there too thank you very go Danielle pick a little bit there we go we're proper practicing proper anti virus transmission maneuvers I'm going to rip the sin it's kind of nice makes a monument a monument aroma tomato monuments nice aroma to it last fall the state of the art missile the use of the Cleveland Clinic on every room everywhere you go before an entrance they've got this on every wall you did that very well even though you are in your personal protection city that's right my positive pressure personal protection suit that is correct now bicycle but I'm going to choose today has to be appropriate for Saint Patrick's day and I will tell you that it has been hot medically sealed sealed secured sterilized to make sure that any one virus particulate has been totally destroyed I would like to destroy the Chinese communist government as well while I'm at it maybe we will who knows what I'm going to remove it from its safety seal also known as a cellophane wrapper the hospital twenty four feet eight five eight this was the cigar that put a little Fuente cigar company on the map a classic comes in three different rappers comes in a Cameroon wrapper comes any Connecticut broadleaf Maduro wrapper and it also comes in a can del around a light green rapper some called Claro some college jade rapper why is it greed well because they keep the chloroform with chlorophyll inside the wrapper they they maintain it so that when it does H. it stays green now and one time the J. the Kandel the.

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"kandel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:12 min | 2 years ago

"kandel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Your brain could see itself well outside of an MRI machine? The closest thing we're going to get to that is likely the work of my next guest neuroscientist and artists Greg done his new project, titled self reflected shows us, what am I look like to see all the neurons of the brain connected and firing. He is the technique of micro etching, and it's a subject of our latest site arts video Greg done. Welcome to science Friday. How the IRA good chat with you. You got your PHD in neuroscience than watch became an artist who creates pictures of the brain. Why do you do this kind of work to good question? I mean, this is not my intended career path from when I was five years old, it just kind of happened this way, and I found that combining my artistic skills with my kind of scientific interest was a good way to keep myself interested in satisfied, but also to communicate to the general public in a way that I wasn't able to just being in the lab. This is gorgeous stuff. I was looking at the video on our website, and it's up their science Friday dot com slash brain. Art. Explain what micro etching is to our listeners. Migrating is essentially imagine you have like a mirror finished piece of metal or in. We actually use gold in our case. And like just like your keying car, you put a big scratch in it that scratch is going to reflect light in a very specific way depending upon where it's eliminated from and you can see it very clearly in this mirrored background now that you're essentially drawing the outlines of various objects in specific angles at what ends up happening is that when you have a light source over this piece is that depending upon the angle of etch at any given spot on the micro etching. The viewer will be able to see elements of the peace appear and disappear. And by using a lot of physics and math. You can actually cause this micro rushing to animate neuro forms in this case. It's it's a flexible technique can be used for a lot of different things. But in our case, we use it to depict action potentials in the communication of neurons in the brain. Depending on what angle you're looking at it. You'll see something else like three dimensional. That's right. Yeah. It's it's a distant cousin of holography. It's closer to Lynn ticket printing. I would say, but there's more of a kind of deliberates engineering of the surface in order to make those animations happening of oftentimes similar techniques will have an object flash on and off in our case. We're able to make continuous animations by varying. These angles continuously talking with Greg Greg done neuroscientist and artists based in Philadelphia on science Friday from WNYC studios. It's gorgeous the video this stuff is gorgeous. Have you ever thought about the first thing I thought about is making virtual reality part of this now, so you could touch it with a virtual reality goggles on. Yeah. That's a good good question. It's something that I have considered. Just my personal proclivities are such that I prefer to make physical objects at the end of the day as opposed to be worse. Being purely digital. Although for sure, you know, the the potential of three d three d medium is is very high. Yeah. I've strayed away from it up to this point. Perhaps. I'm not no, I don't get me wrong. I'm not encouraging you to do this. Because I love the physicality of it. And the fact that you don't have to make it the the object soda speaks for itself in the way that you which these photos and just yeah, that's actually. Yeah. That's thank you. And it's actually a very deliberate part of the process that when somebody sees a microchipping that's hanging in a museum or somebody's house. For example. It's probably the first time they've ever seen any art. Like, it's I mean, we've essentially invented this technique, and I should say I work with Michael editor Dr Brian advertising applied physicists on this on this work. And the the idea that you have a physical object, which is something you haven't seen before is designed to help emotionally drawing. The viewer a lot of people have looked at a TV monitor and seeing you know, brain activity simulated in that way. But to have that extra added elements of. Surprise to it. I think that it helps to engage people's emotions, and that's truly how people weren't. I mean, you once you've engaged a person's emotional kind of structure in their brain. And you give them that. Wow. Moment that moment where they're not. Quite sure how this works it encourages them to ask deeper questions about what the artwork is. And we can your artwork be seeing the full-size self reflect it can be seen at the Franklin student Philadelphia. There are smaller versions of it at at several museums around the country, and I have art hanging in people's homes in neuro science institutes that sort of thing from seat the shining sea. So the I work shows us a long strings of of of neurons stretched out across beautiful depictions of you thought of any others other cell structures. You might go into. Yeah. You know, some of my earlier work, which is more based on kind of the tenants of Asian art explores different cell types, different types of interferons. The piece of reflective contains maybe one hundred and fifty different cell types in it as well. And I see my future work straying away from just a purely anatomical and going more into the kind of human element of the brain know, what what is our subjective subjective experience like because up to this point. I've I've depicted the brain artistically in more of its typical functioning state, but there are a lot of ways in which the brain can go wrong at a lot of people suffer very profoundly from neuropsychiatric and neurodegenerative disorders. And so kind of the next two years of my career. So we're going to be dedicated to towards those types of depiction. We'll have to talk with our friend, Eric Kandel. Okay. Premise add some stuff. Yep. Yeah. He's also thank you. Indeed. And this is you know, we we've been talking about it. But you really can't appreciate it until you take a look at it. So go check out our video Greg's latest artwork? It's up on our website at science Friday dot com slash brain. Art,.

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"Eight three six zero five ninety it's Marc and Melinda. You can call us. You can text us. There's a lot on the menu right now. President Trump has not responded to Nancy Pelosi's letter revoking his invitation, he's giving her the silent treatment so far. Surprisingly, we would have thought that we would have seen a tweet by now mentioning or something. I don't know if he got his phone taken away, he's grounded from it. Or what the deal may be? But yeah, it's surprisingly quiet from him on that front. Well, maybe the guy never sleeps in he consumes, vast amounts of news. Maybe he saw this front page story on the Washington Post. That says Pelosi strategy is to get under his skin. She wants to insult him tweet Kim berate him, do whatever she can to get under his skin. And so he's just thinking I'm not gonna play your game on this Donald take a breath. Let's not go there to be pulled in. That could be the case. This is Dane in cedar park at ten sixteen. Dane, good morning. How are you doing great guys? Enjoying your show is always our pose a Bill that people in congress who are doing their job get their pay cut zero and the federal employees who are dedicated out there working every day still get their pay. Yeah. Did you see the statesman has a story this morning about the Texas members of congress and Senator John Cornyn says I am going to keep accepting my pay because I'm here at the capitol working on trying to get this thing ironed out and solved. I have no regrets about continuing to get my check. I'll think that's pretty sorry. I, you know, you've got people out there hardworking busting their tails every day TSA agents, US, marshals, etc. Out there, working hard. You know, risking their lives and other stuff out there federal prisons and saying these folks need to get paid. And if anybody needs to suffer, and he's been folks are up there control the money. Well, let's put a little salt in that wound. Do you know what the Democrats are doing today how they're spending some time? No, no, they're actually they're actually there. But today they're having a lesson on how to use Twitter. I'll ask us. And tell him who the teacher is. And of course, AFC is taking that one of the main roles to teach them how to tweet what Cortes beyond meeting. How's the best way to to to interact with your constituents? Yes. This is what they're doing today. Would you get rid of mall and Paul Kandel up there? It gets real people who can actually run a government. Dane, thank you. I don't know if it helps or what difference it might make in your thinking. President Trump has signed into law the Bill that says these federal workers will get their back pay all of them will get their back pay. Yeah. And that was a Bill that was presented by a democrat. I mean, so he's not going. I hate you. All I'm not doing anything that y'all want to put in front of me. I'm going to do what I think is best. Yes. I think it really sucks that these people are having to work without a paycheck. But I think that making sure that our border is secure is more important. I want them to get their money. So I'll sign this Bill and to let them be reassured. You're gonna get it. Once we can figure stuff out ten twenty. Let's go to round rock Janna, you're on with Marc and Melinda. How are you this morning Janna fine? Thank you very much. Good morning. Good morning wanted to say that. I we have friends in the oil business and went Obama. Well, the first thing is government affects all paychecks and went Obama old down to Venezuelan stuff all drilling and all that out in the Gulf, and we had friends that lost money that lost their houses and cars, they had subsidiary businesses for these companies wasn't just big oil. It was small mom and pop little too. But they didn't have guarantees salaries. You know, I'm going to be laid off you're going to get paid in in a month or two or anything. So government affects lots of people that aren't government employees by their actions by their legislation. So right. So you're making an argument for what what what are you can convincing us should happen. Well, my the thing is I hear on the big media. They're all wringing their hands about all these four government workers, and I understand, but they know they're going to get this salary and their furloughs. I'm my mom worked for a railroad for years and she gets furloughs for a period of time. But she didn't get a salary. These people are going to get those salaries, and I know they're going to have to be pinching penny for a while. But other government legislation. Other government action have lost people their job with no guarantee of a pay later on like the old companies. Gotcha Janet, thank you. That does have to feel good to get that news from President Trump for a lot of these people that have been complaining about the uncertainty of whether they'll get back pay reimbursed. However, you want to characterize it. Well, yeah, it gives them a little bit more of like, okay. At least I'm not losing out completely of this time. I'm sure it doesn't it doesn't help relieve that uncertainty of will how long are we going to be doing this, exactly? And they can talk with the creditors. The people who are expecting payments and probably work something out. All right. The numbers are five one two eight three six zero five ninety. We also have the story of Texas high school student who got suspended for breaking up a fight inside the school. How dare she she stood up for one of her fellow students that was about to be beat down by a couple of others. And she got the boot out of school. Yeah. She says that one of the students who is a pregnant teenager. Got surrounded by four other girls who were really angry about ready to jump on her and beat her up, and she got in the middle of it and said, hey, hold on. This girl is pregnant don't start fighting with her and she got a three day suspension for doing. So because she got in the middle of the fight. It wasn't to fight.

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