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"kirk doc" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The host of Breitbart News daily in Sirius, XM's Patriot Channel. Very grateful for Charlie and I Love Charlie Show. I am a regular listener, and you should go to Charlie Kirk Doc, calm for all the latest on Charlie and download his podcast. If you don't do that, that's my favorite way to listen. Start Stop, scroll through scroll back. That's the best way to do it. I think this is real story is interesting because it is when these things were If it gets worse if it spirals out of control, then the implications for Americans actually do grow and you see the sides and the lines that people are drawing where Andrew Yang put out a very simple tweet on behalf of the Israelis, who have quote come under bombardment attacks and condemned the Hamas terrorists. People. Then why see will always stand with our brothers and sisters in Israel and face down terrorism and persevere and you'd walk it back because the cancel mob came came from came for him, as did Gal Gadot, the actress who is Israelis plays Wonder Woman, and she said something nice and then she came under attack, and then we're looking at anti Israel March, is breaking out in Chicago. Israeli flags being burned and synagogues attacked in Germany. Arab riots boiling over in Israel itself because, remember there are Arabs, you can live comfortably in Israel. Where can the Jews live in the region other than Israel? Not many places, if any And while they shout, Allahu Akhbar, and a man gets stabbed a Jewish man. This is the type of stuff where things get writing so much more money and so much more chaotic And this is why the Biden administration and made such a big mistake by sending a signal that America's guard is down and that Israel is going to be left to its own defenses. They've also empowered Iran with their various deals. Who is the thunder of all things? Evil in the region. It is true, and that's the bottom line. That's why I think this is such a big deal. And yet you have folks who have been pro Israel for most of their lives. A namely this never trump contingent of the Republican Party who has focused on other stuff. Focus on non news items like for example, the ouster of Liz Cheney from Republican leadership with it affects people's lives. Almost not at all. A Liz Cheney was someone who voted with Trump ah lot, but then turned on him during the impeachment, and she didn't understand that you can't lead a party that sees themselves at war. Figuratively speaking with the left, and they see our our party, the Republican Party, the conservative movement. As people who are under constant attack bombardments of attacks from the left on a 24 7 basis, and she threw down with them and she is continues to do so. She will not back down. We've got some clips to this effect. Let's play one. Let's do 50 complaint. Clip 50 folks go ahead. I will do everything I can to ensure that the former president never again gets anywhere near the Oval Office. We have seen the danger. Uh, that he continues to provoke with his language way have seen his lack of commitment and dedication to the Constitution on. I think it's very important that we make sure whoever we elect is somebody who will be faithful to the Constitution and she's seen is a part of the old school Republican party That was a warmongering a party and whether now that's exaggerated a bit. Maybe it is, But for the most part, that is how the old school Republican establishment in Democrat establishment for large measure. He's seen that way is people who can't stop to get us in the wars and leave us in the wars forever. And so she already was someone who was probably on the precipice of becoming unpopular within the party, And then she not only turns on Trump she's losing her leadership role. She's losing her power. And still, she doesn't back down. She is completely defiant from her own people who have said Hey, Liz, you gotta cut this out. Trump is not the problem here. The problem is the left in this country. The problem is the globalist corporatist establishment that is in cringing on our freedom is encroaching on our freedoms cost in basis and your priorities are completely in the toilet. And this expand to the whole never trump movement to again. We're pro Israel until all of a sudden, Trump became the master of Middle East foreign policy than once Trump perfected it, then all of a sudden they don't care about Israel anymore. And what they tweeting about this narrative about Liz Cheney. The Liz Cheney stuff was a total distraction by the establishment by the establishment media. The Republican Party had internal debate. It was overwhelming. People wanted Cheney to go. Cheney has gone. They will replace her with someone who understands that fighting with the left is a number one priority. So many backs down because they're pressured by the left of the establishment. Media is not in a position to lead the Republican Party at this time. Whoever that person is, probably at least, uh Vanek, who is not a perfect person, but is someone who at least gets that gets the media war that we're in. The ideological cultural war that we're in one someone like that is tapped that that person will do probably a fine job. But these people who think that the Republican base gives a Give a care about what CNN and the Washington Post have to say. Or even the political establishment has to say they don't And if you want to hold your guns and attacked Trump and add on to the million people attacked Trump, you're going to lose the faith of the Republican voter base. Be right back..
"kirk doc" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"But i did about a georgetown took a few classes. I'm on my way. I'm technically a one. So there you go out. Approximately four thirty am. I thought everyone was going to go home as our shift had ended. There were two men in charge of the couching one in his thirties and one in his fifties out approximately four thirty. Am on november. Fourth two thousand twenty. The man in his fifties got on the microphone. And stated that another shipment of absentee ballots would be arriving would have to be counted. I heard other challengers say that. Several vehicles with out of state license plates pulled up to the center. A little before four thirty. Am this is election day on november fourth and unloaded of ballots out approximately four thirty. Am tens of of ballots were brought in and placed on eight long tables. Unlike the other ballots. These boxes were brought in from the rear of the room. The same procedure was performed on the ballots. That arrived at approximately four thirty. A m but i specifically noted that every ballot i observed was cast for joe biden while counting these new ballots. I heard counter say at least five or six times that all five or six ballots were four. Joe biden all ballots sampled that i heard an observed or for joe biden certainly possible but statistically it's astronaut comically improbable. Something like that would happen though. Not even close. I mean not that. I want all of you guys to flip a coin one hundred times and if you get heads all one hundred times in a row. That's the chances of this happening. Let alone tens of thousands as we're seeing across the country with these overnight mysterious ballots. Sure have some of the numbers here. Tyler is blocking them. That's okay in michigan. There were sixty nine to one hundred five notes. Okay in michigan. There were sixty nine to one hundred. Fifteen thousand people. That just voted joe biden in atlanta philadelphia. Detroit milwaukee they stopped counting a hundred percent. Backdrops for joe biden. This would correlate guys. We're starting to put together all the evidence here. Let's go back to the main camera. We're starting to put together. The evidence of the doj now has a very serious case where they can go in and present it to the us supreme court and say or elections were compromised. And revolts. happened and revotes can happen. Email your questions freedom at charlie. Kirk dot com. I wanna thank some people that are supporting us. Jamie from california. Thank you ryan from washington. Thank you get through this list here. That's some good ones on youtube to ryan from washington name. Some people from youtube. That might not bradley. Thank you thank you bradley. Send your questions super chats guys get put your super chats on there or email us freedom at charlie kirk doc. I mean look. We need a lot a lot of tens. We need a lot of one dollar a buck two buck by in here..
"kirk doc" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Brought to you in partnership with the Pepper nine graduate School of Public Policy. I'm Hugh Hewitt. The effort to paint President Donald Trump is a racist has no grounding, in fact, and is entirely without evidence. It is based on the hope of the left. The hope is that if they repeat it enough people will believe it. President Trump has been asked repeatedly to announce white supremacists and has repeatedly done so over a dozen times. In fact, And then he's asked again, is it for the first time, Larry Elder, a longtime Salem hosted himself an African American takes on this absurd effort to discredit President Trump. If you heard my interview with Sebastian Gorka We talked about our town hall we had for Salem. In Anaheim this weekend, and it's Prager was there, Charlie Kirk. Doc? Dr Gorka myself. And during the town hall. I discussed the allegation that President Trump is a racist. And of course, I said, Number one Exhibit A for his alleged racism is what he supposedly said in Charlottesville. Hey, allegedly said they were good Nazis and bad Nazis. Of course, he never said anything about that he was talking about thie. Debate over whether or not there should be a Confederate monument in the public square. I said they're good people on both sides of the debate, and he specifically said quote and I'm not talking about the white nationalists in the neo Nazis because they should be condemned. Totally in nickel. I said that I also pointed out that of all the cities of over 100,000 population that voted for Donald Trump, the city that most voted for him. Is a city in Texas Abilene. Abilene is almost 140 years old. They voted overwhelmingly for President Trump. What city just voted overwhelmingly for its first black mayor. Abilene, Texas. I mentioned that And they also then talked about how these athletes like Doc Rivers and LeBron James and others will be very analytical, very fact based when they talk about their game. Talk about thie. Other team talk about why they won. Why they lost often. The stat sheet is right there at the ready as these players and coaches sit at the table having a post game press conference. And I said with the same mind When asked about it. Police shootings when asked about George Floyd, when asked about Jacob Lake, that same mind, then says. One of these things keep happening. I don't know. I don't know why these things keep happening. If they lost games, and then the owner said, Why'd you lose on the coach? I don't know why. I don't know why these things can be fired. And I pointed out that there are 50 million police civilian interactions every single year. Out of that number 11 million people are arrested. Out of that number. 60,000 police officers are assaulted. Last year there were around 60 officers who were killed, which means There are at least twice as many officers killed every year as they are unarmed black people, can you name an officer that was killed last year in the line of duty? Probably not. I pointed out that there were more unarmed white killed every year than unarmed blacks constantly. You hear some of the activists saying, Say your name, say your name, say Briana Taylor's name. Okay, say the name of some of the unarmed whites have been killed every year. I'm waiting. I pointed out all these things. My speech is over. A black man who was part of security. Comes up to me. And he says, I contended myself to be a very intelligent, knowledgeable man. Tonight. You said so many things I had never known. I am embarrassed and I said, Well, thank you. No, no, don't interrupt. I want to tell you something. You've changed my life tonight. I never knew these things. I've been reacting emotionally to this. I have no idea. At the rate at which the police have been killing blacks has declined 75% in the last 50 60 years, According to the CDC. The statute decided I have no idea about Abilene, Texas. I had no idea Morano on wife were killed an unarmed blacks. I had no idea about the number of black people killed every year over 7000 almost all killed by other blacks. I had no idea any of this stuff, and I'm angry at myself for not being more informed. Thank you so much for what you've done to me. Wow. Wow. His name is Gary. I won't mention his last name, and he's the same age. I am, in fact, two years younger, also from Los Angeles, and it turns out one of the four high schools I attended. He attended Washington High School. We had so much in common, and he told me that he considered himself to be an extremely well informed person about politics. And I told him stuff tonight he had never Heard. What does that tell you? It tells you a whole lot of people in this country are ill informed or misinformed or rely to borrow main screen media. They keep pushing this phony narrative that the police are killing blacks. Just because they're black and this phony narrative that Donald Trump is a racist If you're exhibit A for Donald Trump alleged racism is what he said in Charlotte's field. Which is a lie that I think we're.
"kirk doc" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"In Anaheim this weekend, and it's Prager was there, Charlie Kirk. Doc? Dr Gorka myself. And during the town hall. I discussed the allegation of President Trump is a racist. And of course, I said, Number one Exhibit A for his alleged racism is what he supposedly said in Charlottesville. Hey, allegedly said they were good Nazis and bad Nazis. Of course, he never said anything about that. He was talking about the Debate over whether or not there should be a Confederate monument in the public square. I said they're good people on both sides of the debate, and he specifically said quote and I'm not talking about the white nationalist and the neo Nazis because they should be condemned totally into court. I said that I also pointed out that of all the cities of over 100,000 population that voted for Donald Trump. The city that most voted for him. Is a city in Texas Abilene. Abilene is almost 140 years old. They voted overwhelmingly for President Trump. What city just voted overwhelmingly for its first black mayor. Abilene, Texas. I mentioned that And I also then talked about how these athletes like Doc Rivers and LeBron James and others will be very analytical, very fact based when they talk about their game. Talk about thie. Other team talk about why they won. Why they lost often. The stat sheet is right there at the ready as these players and coaches sit at the table having a post game press conference. And I said with the same mind When asked about Police shootings when asked about George Floyd, when asked about Jacob Lake, that same mind, then says. What do these things keep happening? I don't know. I don't know why these things Keep happening. If they lost games, and then the owner said, Why did you lose the coach? I don't know why. I don't know why these things can be fired. And I pointed out that there are 50 million police civilian interactions every single year. Out of that number 11 million people are arrested. Out of that number. 60,000 police officers are assaulted. Last year there were around 60 officers who were killed, which means There are at least twice as many officers killed every year. As there are unarmed black people. Can you name an officer that was killed last year in the line of duty? Probably not. I pointed out that there were more unarmed white killed every year than unarmed blacks constantly. You hear some of the activists saying, Say your name, say your name, say Briana Taylor's name. Okay, say the name of some of the unarmed white has been killed every year. I'm waiting. I pointed out all these things. My speech is over. A black man who was part of security. Comes up to me. And he says, I continue myself to be a very intelligent, knowledgeable man. Tonight. You said so many things I had never known. I am embarrassed and I said, Well, think he's no, Don't interrupt. I want to tell you something. You've changed my life tonight. I never knew these things. I've been reacting emotionally to this. I have no idea. At the rate at which the police have been killing blacks have declined 75% in the last 50 or 60 years, according to the CDC. The statute he started. I had no idea about Abilene, Texas. I have no idea. Morano on wife were killed an unarmed blacks. I had no idea about the number of black people killed every year over 7000 almost all killed by other blacks. I had no idea any of this stuff, and I'm angry at myself for not being more informed. Thank you so much for what you've done to me. Wow. Wow. His name is Gary. I won't mention his last name. And he's the same age. I am, in fact, two years younger, also from Los Angeles, and it turns out one of the four high schools I attended. He attended Washington High School, So we had so much in common, and he told me that he considered himself to be an extremely well informed person about politics. And I told him stuff tonight he had never Heard. What is that Tell you it tells you a whole lot of people in this country are ill informed or misinformed or rely to borrow main screen media. They keep pushing this phony narrative that the police are killing blacks. Just because they're black and this phony narrative that Donald Trump is a racist If you're exhibit A for Donald Trump alleged racism is what he said in Charlottesville. Which is a lie. And I think we're probably in pretty good shape. We come back..
"kirk doc" Discussed on WTOP
"Warm early 81 degrees. Lots of sunshine across the region are temperatures. They're heading into the low nineties. It's 11 11. Police and buoy are calling it a hate crime. A couple a black man and a white woman say they were shopping in a giant grocery store. When a blackmail made derogatory statements to them about being in a relationship together. He then threatened the woman with a knife. Boyfriend scuffled with the man to get control of the knife when he was cut, police say. It was a minor wound. The woman was not injured. Police are searching for the suspect who escaped in a dark colored Mitsubishi SUV. You've no doubt heard the calls to defund police Well last night, a Fairfax County Citizens group fighting racism tackle the idea of redirecting funds away from police. And putting them in other government programs. William where Ah, former parole officer in D. C. Says it makes sense to reallocate some police funding. But everyone should understand the need for police. Of course, we need to divert money from police departments, but also think about the other side of the argument where people may say who's going to come when you call 911 in the middle of the night in the online Fairfax Forum. Clear. Causton Yaga, head of the Virginia says police should not be dealing with incidents involving mental health, homelessness and substance abuse, and the money should be diverted to social services. Dick Uliano w T o P News A mural of a black woman who was killed by police and Louisville, Kentucky will be painted in a historically black neighborhood in Annapolis, The capital Gazette is reporting artists and volunteers will paint a 7000 square foot mural of Rianna Taylor. Will happen this weekend. Taylor was shot and killed by police and her Louisville apartment in March. She was sleeping when police executed a no knock warrant. Her death sparked protests and calls for the officers involved to be arrested and charged. That mural will be painted Saturday on a basketball court in Annapolis. The bust of one of the Supreme Court's most infamous justices could be removed from the Capitol Politico is reporting that the House will vote to remove the likeness of former chief justice Roger Tawney. He delivered the majority opinion in the High Court's Dredd Scott decision, which claim that no person of African descent could claim US citizenship. House majority leader's Sonny Hoyer says the 18 57 ruling was a terrible decision inconsistent with what America stands for. Connie's name will be removed from a landmark in Baltimore's inner harbor as well. The Coast Guard cutter that is the last surviving warships from the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor will no longer bear his name. A drug dealer who used to live and sell in Virginia, was sentenced in federal court for his role in the deadly overdose of Elise Bergman. More than six months after pleading guilty, John Stapleton learned he'll spend 20 years in prison for distributing the heroin that killed the Leesburg man known on Lee as E L. Court documents say a federal task force with the aim of dismantling drug networks in Northern Virginia traced E. Els deadly overdose in March of 2016 to Stapleton. Documents say, regularly distributed opioids to customers in Loudon County and around the D C area. Stapleton faced life in prison and a judge who expected to sentence him in April prior to covert delays ruled the 33 year old will serve the mandatory minimum sentence. Meghan Clarity w T o p News We're making some gains on Wall Street this morning. Let's check the numbers with Jeff Claiborne Leave. Thou is up 113 points. The S and P 500 index is up 1/2 percent Money news in 10 minutes on double D T O be sports at 15 and 45 powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white. Pink red, 11 15 Sports with Dave Preston. The Redskinsname now faces challenges from financial and political foes. 87 investment firms worth a total of $620 billion are asking Nike, FedEx and Pepsico and their agreements with the team Unless there's a name change while D C is nonvoting congressional delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton says that The team would need to change its name if it wanted to move back to Washington on the R F K stadium site. Gulls Rocket Mortgage Classic First round is in full swing. Chris Kirk, Doc Redman and Peter Malnati or tied at five under par for the lead Baseball Nationals begin preseason workouts this week while reliever Sean Doolittle tells ABC seven he's not 100% certain he will play. His wife has a chronic lung condition. The MBA will be playing regular season games by the end of July, the three month hiatus, adding a new element. Bradley Beal. I think it makes it even playing field in a way, you know, gets guys back healthy, You know for teams who didn't have that during the year. It gives guys time to really rest and get ready to just.
"kirk doc" Discussed on WJR 760
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"kirk doc" Discussed on TeeVee
"Doc Doc look back to the doctor who flash CAST JASON SNELL back with you here to talk about season. Twelve twelve episodes six practice and joining me from. We're forming two points of a triangle across the globe is Antony Johnston. Hello Hello Jason. I'm so relieved that this was overall a good episode because often last week take off really jealous Erica and Steven got right to the flash past because obviously last was so good in so many years and I was really it because let's be honest. It's not unknown. I was really dreading this week. would be a complete let down by comparison. So I'm very happy it wasn't I mean and I agree with you. We'll get it out of the way right here. I was relieved as well. The same feeling which is Not that I don't have some quibbles with this episode but it was good episode like if that other episode hadn't happened And this was episode five. I would have said look at that like because I haven't loved I love the first you know for you episodes of the season but this one I feel like is almost the archetype I think of what Chris chip no wants doctor who to be which is it looks great. It's globetrotting there's action. There's lots of dialogue. There's lots of. It's actually good. I think funny jokes and there's a and and it is. I think true doctor whose history it has a point which is it's sort of educational and couching the educational aspect of it and they kind kind of social aspect of it in science fiction like all of that. I actually think like yeah. I see what you're going for here and I enjoyed it. I thought it was. The pacing is amazing. Right like the the number of scenes and shots and locations. Even though it's mostly South Africa it's still is locations the by the beach and they're in the city and all of those things like there's a lot in this episode and it moves so fast I really enjoyed it. What some of that gets to one of the very specific the reasons that I liked this episode? which was the in media res- opening but I wish I if you're right that this is more the archetypal all kinds of episode chip? No wants to do. I wish he would. Yeah I really really wish they would because the first twenty twenty eighty five minutes of this episode were almost flawless from only as as so often happens with who it was only when we started to get to the resolution of why this thing was happening and how we were going to solve the problems suddenly it was like then okay. Things started to fall fall apart but up until that point it really was almost flawless. It's so well directed and yeah like I say one of the very specific things that I liked about it. Just just because this really appeals to me and the kind of on just the kind of stories alike but also specifically the kind who are like started completely comedia- res- adventure already happening And so we get to see the companions. 'cause obviously we always see the companions onions in comparison to the doctor and then not as competent as the docks who because who is. That's Kinda the point of it. That's how it works but because we're a step further down the chain as it were and now we get to see the companions through the lens of people who don't even know that doctor. The doctor exists. It's like their own companions right right but they suddenly also appear as if they're highly competent well-informed knowledgeable daring. Aaron do adventurers which was really Nice. Made a nice contrast but also yeah just the fact that barreled through with people going wait. Wait what's going on companions and like Yay. There's this thing going on. We haven't got time to tell you. Yeah it just really that together with the direction which was very horror movie like almost. I'm sure that was deliberately with you. Know because of the kind of episode that it was trying to get across this feeling of dread and and You know impending doom was really successful. I thought I mean absolute all credit so the DP the camera on the director. Everybody involved in that really set the mood. Yeah I agree completely the the way the story gets told they did TAC. There's a moment of the very very very end of last week's episode where there's like. Oh there's a thing it's weird it's happening on three continents we should go do and that it's funny because that basically provides this episode with all the setup you really need and the gap is the boring boring stuff that we don't need to see. which is I'm going to drop you off here and I'm going to drop you off here? The audience will learn that along with all the characters that they find in Peru Madagascar and Hong Kong. And you know whatever that store is where the the the cop on the edges rest is rugby-tackling shoplifters and I just yeah you're right. It puts the companions in a in greater positions. Because they're the they're the doctor they're the positions of authority authority. It uses the fact that there are three companions right like I know. It's sort of Ryan's over here and Graham and Yaser over here but like the splitting them all up and then the doctor's got her mission like I thought that was really good. They mentioned earlier but I want to say it again shooting in South Africa like yes. I I love that Dr that that Black Mirror episode that semi eighties that is literally the same shot the the same mountains. It's in Cape Town right like whatever but it looks so good and it's varied enough on a doctor who budget that this like. We're in we're in Madagascar Asker. We're in Hong Kong. We're in you know in the in Peru were in all these places and like it feels like a globetrotting adventure. Sure in a way that I like doctor who to feel I. I wanted to feel like the doctor can go not just anywhere in time and space but also anywhere on earth and have in this case like because we have a target here and they don't even need to show it like they say doctor. This thing is happening in Peru and she just POPs up and the load people onto the CARDIS. Let's go back to Hong Kong load people off of the artists and the and like I loved it. I kind of love that it ends up being kind of the doctor and the crime solving gang and they keep collecting people as they go and yeah I thought it was. I thought it was really fun. And that the added characters made it that much more fun than that it really like the scenes and locations. And you're right the first half hour basically. I thought this is perfect. This is this is fun and looks great and is taking me on an adventure. And that's what I want from doctor who wasn't Hong Kong. There is no way that that street was it was. It was a narrow street and there was they Hose down the roads. Do when it's night and the roads are hose down because they look better and all that but it was like you know that. Yeah okay. That's fair but that beach each relative. That looked really good beach but what you said about them not explaining non over explaining what was going on the star. Because it's like you say set it up at the start of sorry at the end of the previous episode. That's I mean you know who all too often it does explain probably too much to spend too much time explaining things that we can kind of figure out now some of that. Obviously he's because it is a family. Show you go Barry Mind. They're all going to be young kids. What Jin sometimes you know? Yes you're going to need to sort of help to bring them along for the ride but but at the same time I really appreciate when. Sometimes they don't do that and they're just like yeah you'll figure it out you know you've seen this kind of thing before you've watched the show before we know how it works folks you'll figure it out it's fine and I that helps them create a more mature style of storytelling. The I really appreciate shape and as I understand why they can't do it all the time but when they do do it and the and they pull it off then it really works I think yeah I don't I I don't necessarily need and you're right. Maybe maybe is necessary from time to time but I don't necessarily need the all right. Everybody where where should we go. Why don't we go to this place? Kirk Doc oh here we are everybody. Let's go out. Oh here's a strange person. I wonder what's going on. Oh there's a mystery will be solved and here. None of that is necessary. The mystery is being solved. Everybody is on the case and instead as an audience member I love because it really doesn't make any sense and you're trying to put it together of like wait a second so there's the spaceship and the astronauts texting that he needs help and which doesn't really make any sense but whatever and how does he have a cell phone with him and he's not? There's going to be a twist right that it was that it was a bait that it was lured by the aliens to get for some reason that cop out to Hong Kong. Yeah no maybe there's a dropped scene there where he explains that he tried to escape and stole a phone and then they dragged him back and they didn't want to show him before that but it is never explained but still. It's like the hiker the two bloggers who go to the river in Peru and there's garbage everywhere which again and it's not actually a weird thing that's happening. The garbage is not the aliens the garbage is the humans who have turned this beautiful natural thing into a spoiled location location which is part of the message of this episode. But still it's like what does this mean and then Ryan pops up and meanwhile one of the one of the women is gone and then you know. There's the the the mystery of of the sailor floating face down in the water and Madagascar. And what does that mean. And how and this episode goes really deep where there I had literally no idea I was like. Are you ever going to resolve the story. Because I felt like we got about forty minutes out of fifty with very very little idea of what the resolution was going to be an all the whole time I was thinking to myself. This resolution is going to be really abrupt because they have run out of time and like literally there is a moment where the doctor stands there and we see her thinking which is it can be good but it also can be very spur three after Colin scrapie and ex positional and. I can't decide where this episode falls down but we're she's basically like oh it's plastic caustic. It's like okay and and there's an aunt's reference and she's there's a funny me laugh and it's followed by come on brains move it along and Graham says did she say say brains with slamming. There's that time later when she's when she's like you are only in this episode once we're literally just straight after it's been on but when she's I think at gunpoint from the scientists and she says like Oh wait half off all all that one cycles oh like you say very stagey very theatrical bar this is this is the kind of quality that you look for in adopter. Ada Ask somebody who is going to be playing. That character is somebody who can pull that off. I haven't say doctors do that. They all it's part of the character is part of the show. You've gotta that'd be able to sell that. Yeah that's actually the moment that I was sold on David tennant in his first episode. There's that moment where he tastes the blood on the alien spaceship spaceship and he goes. Oh blood control I remember this. I haven't seen this for years and I was like okay. I believe I believe that. He's the doctor now..
"kirk doc" Discussed on Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast
"Mean I get it. Yeah it's I I mean a little bit akin to a man I'm GonNa Blank on the name of it. Japanese the same camera thing code honor. Yeah there's there's a name for their honorable death except for them it's usually them killing themselves. but yeah like that's the closest thing I can think of but like I get where they're coming from. I get their reasoning for four. It don't necessarily agree with it but at least this one unlike some other of these cultural differences we've run across like I can at least Kind of grasp in my head where they're coming from at least right so and I mean I can see the ad I if everybody is on board with it because of the records thing was you know. Isn't that just going. Cause chaos but no not if everybody but he understands what's going on rights and I mean I mean the biggest based piece of that I guess is if you kill the captain then you become the captain so then we know no one's GonNa kill you for that because you just exerted that that Superiority right right. Yeah it's it's it's definitely interesting thing and certainly. I think this is the first piece that we'll get into. This is a cultural episode right. This is a let's go. Let's go see what happens. When Cultures Collide in cultures that seem to be diametrically opposed each other and again the world needs star Trek? Now more than ever we need to watch this episode any real quick. What did you make on the idea of warf gene? Pick up on this wharf saying he has studied up on his own culture. I it didn't really think much of it But now I mean now. You're making me wonder now. I want to know more worse backgrounds crowns. Yeah so are you gonNa tell his background. Yeah I am because I don't know when they first begin to explore this idea of worse background I I really don't I just again. This is that like I've seen everything so I totally interest in my head. It's not a big deal. It's not like a big spoiler thing. So basically here's is the always wharfs. Parents were killed and he was orphaned. He was actually a killed in an attack on kidder. That aim kept Yup The worst parents were killed in tackling. Kenmare he was actually adopted and raised by A set of Russians which is funny because remember the Klingons are those stand-ins uh-huh yes but they. They were raised on earth with some Russians. Okay okay that makes a lot more sense than when when he says that he was studying his right. So there's there's actually this this weird thing had actually. Oh that's why I wanted to tell you this now because as we go on and we continue you to encounter various Klingon Klingons and their culture. And you watch like WARF is like the most klingon clean on. You'll ever meet in your your life because he's not really cling is like tired B basically. He studied to be one rice so so he thinks this is how he needs act and his minimal interactions like. Oh we'll get into that later but yeah the minimal interactions they get with Klingons on a we get to see with Klingons up to this point. Really don't tell you much about what the Klingons actually are right right and you know as a kind of mentioned last week even in what we sort of come to know as Klingons from the original series It's been eighty years. Their culture has advanced shares the same. But it's different all all at the same time you know so I know that. This is the Klingons of the Berman era of of you know the the late twenty fourth century so anyway Hey Up on the bridge back to the story story for the bridge. Instant men don is checking stuff out looking over people's shoulders. Tell them all how to do. Their jobs better plans to tell the captain's about his astute observations. It's kind of like this guy. This is culture stuff that this is the other side of the exchange program. Now this guy. He's a little he's a little much isn't it Yeah Downington forward. Reicher is showing that he has an iron stomach. He is is handling the Klingon delicacies. All of which look is disgusting as they sound. There's PIPPI I'm not even say these right claw heart of targe and Gawk or serpent worms. Yeah have I I give rancor major props for doing this research ahead of time and like prepping himself I I. You know what he's going to encounter but man I know I like I. I'm glad he didn't stay as long. 'cause I I could not do that. I will. But it didn't make me think once again about the technology they have the fact that he could like he didn't have to have a Klingon chef onboard. The ship right. He just told you know told the ship. Hey make me this right and here we go right. I do get the sense reform fast forward right at the end like a waiter brings over more food and and like in my head like what's happening as Reicher Wenden said hey bartender or waiter guy. I need delicacies. I need I need whatever and maybe he actually had to like go. pull it up in the computer somewhere and race because somebody sauce to program. The computer shuts not already programmed into the computer. You have to do that so maybe he had to go like research like give me the recipe so that he could feed it into the computer so the computer could punch back out to him. Maybe like that's that's the only say for why he's coming over over with this new like Steve. I assumed it was just because there was so much of A. He wanted to try like Oh sure he's done three bay me Klingon menu all right now give me one of everything on and bring it out as soon as this ready to go and so they they were just consistently bringing him onto three or four dishes at a time like he's going to. He's going to eat two bites of each say Nine oh right. He looks like he's doing more than two bites of each but while some of them. Yeah Yeah Yeah obviously. There's a lot of differences between us in the KLINGONS but his doctor Pulaski puts it. Hey generally speaking whatever kills us also kills them card joins Islamic turns his nose up at the food as well but he relishes the great opportunity before Reicher even as more food arrives worth meets with Reicher in the hallway. Okay and handsome and emergency transponder. In case things go sideways. I'm sure we won't see that one again or it will be come a major major lot device. Yeah that that may happen once in a while on this show. There's this one little it's TV it is it I mean. TV or movie. No matter like this was essentially a James Bond Film and beginning you get your meeting with Q.. Here's all new gadgets. All of them before the end of the movie. So if we get you know ten minutes in the episode. Hey here's a new gadget Reicher I. It's it's not something he's going to use three episodes later right. It's GonNa be in this episode. I I like it. I've never thought to compare this episode James Bond Kudos for. Let's see here. The PA that that Klingon ship. We've been talking about rendezvous with the enterprise to pick up Reicher incident men don comments on their lack of hospitality. But don't worry he hasn't offended anyone even wharf at least not yet anyway. I like the escalating warfare. Goes through over the course of this episode with been done Although at the same time don notices something on his scans of the paw but it's inconclusive. So he chooses not to say anything to anybody. Is Dad kid like seriously they explain it and the next time they do they do. I get that but I'm sitting here in the middle and it's like you've been so talkative up to this point so wanting to tip prove how superior like go tell them you found this amazing thing that you know. None of them noticed right but he doesn't know what it is yet and he doesn't have a solution. which by the way I got to tell you just on a leadership principle one of the best leadership principles I ever learned was? Don't bring people problems. Bring them solutions. Don't come tell me what's wrong. Come tell me how to fix what's wrong you know but in this case you Kinda need to let people know doesn't really apply but I appreciate that comment I read. Yeah we can discuss that in a minute right as Reicher. Beams out Chief O'Brien wishes Reicher. Lock chief. O'Brien just wanted to mention. That's all I start recognizing. Yeah I like him. All right The enterprise going their separate ways but as he's leaving the bridge INSEN men. Don thinks this is a good time to bring up his observations to Captain Picard. The ever patient card doesn't scold him but just says hey. Let's follow the chain of command. Rather irritated warf Huffington Mendonca General Direction. Again I love the escalation of war. Love Warf absolutely on the PA. Reiger is being escorted to the captain by a lackey. Who's never seen a human before? Ever like surprise. Hey He's just an ordinary everage everyday the day human. who also is your commander? Now take me to the captain on the bridge. Reicher means new captain Carjon. The captain questions Reicher about his allegiances. They're on a peaceful mission but if they need to go into battle everyone on board will serve and die in battle. Reicher says he will serve the ship and follow the captain's orders and that is his oath however the second officer which Klag doesn't believe him he towers over Reicher and challenges him and in his first command decision. reiger goes all Jim Kirk Doc. On klag earns the respect of everyone on the bridge including that of the captain. Yes so first off. KLINGON ships are super darkness injury. Yeah don't watch a really bright day. The exact opposite of everything enterprise that we know it to me. It felt like like how at least nowadays maybe back then too. But how the decorate or you know lights old abandoned broken down space space vessels like this pretty much just no light a little bit of red light green light or something you know but just very dark and it's felt abandoned and I mean obviously yeah. They're moving around like. Oh Yeah. This is our ship is everyday were sally. I liked it. Okay Yeah Yeah and the you got the and it's but it's not just that like it's the there were there were pipes in the way and like nothing. Nothing thing was there is no way wasn't it wasn't clean clean. Cut Lines pipes tucked behind walls. Where they should be that type of thing? That's a good point and just kind of cobbled together a as needed. It's what it's what certainly what it seemed like but that is you know again. We're talking about cultural differences between the two You you know they're like a little more rough back on the enterprise warf informs the captain. Because this is what you're supposed to do. Hey something's wrong on the hall. Turns out it's a rare bacteria that is doubling in size sized every few minutes. This is the same thing that men don found on the Klingon ship a little bit earlier but he didn't tell anyone bad move on his part even if it's how things are done on bin Zaid ships. Yeah have you would think for how astute this kid has been that he would have realized that things are going to be different over here or or you would have done some research on how things are done on. The Enterprise is something to that effect. Where like I and this is what you were talking about? Before like he he he explains You know that's not how.
"kirk doc" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English
"Planets connects year. Ruinous is in Ferguson. His Saatchi. ooh would have been affected him. In fact that he is a holy Eunice Finchley satins in areas aries Yeah last year we had a job to return And the end the year ended with malls in Leib tubes during the second half. So you had to wait for his is let's think now onto six six. He had recieved Jupiter Return. Before we made any dossier was recognized but hey he carried on assistance an option we must have loved way. DOPP must've loved what he did always kept on doing it and decree to people only do stuff for other people to to enjoy it order. They do it for their own. Enjoyment knows snows but that's a classic example of somebody son conjoined Nichiden if you read more about Islam from what he got and stuff I'll put links and the show notes issue so second song. We're GONNA use Michael Douglas. So He's a famous Hud and he's born September article former connector producer. He's the son the eldest son. KIRK DOC darkness And obviously he's pretty crazy on cracking a hammer films being film Case we go a whole separate page the films is being in numbers guy. It did Lord everything let with the alphabets. So this is something that's actually outputs enormous uh-huh relationship with his father Jewish Michael's paternal grandparents Immigrants was from hair ankles from their bum-bum-bum-bum-bum-bum-ba his parents met the American Academy of Traumatic. All Eleusis is festively breakthrough came in the CBS. Stevie play special. Now.
"kirk doc" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"This is the Dan Le Batard show with this to spot. CASS sir. I already asked this song folds. Yes you did. Actually and US lapse lapse here Mo Put It on the poll Jerry. Jones laugh himself. I'm sorry does Jimmy. Johnson laugh himself to sleep at night every time Jerry. The Jones loses because that was twenty five years ago. That Jerry Jones decided. Hey I don't want coach. With an ego I WANNA mannequin. I WANNA puppet. And and now that's what he's got. What does face look like if he laughs a breaking open you ever breaking up like the Predator? Yeah it splits. Let's open that plastic surgery. Perhaps like the flaps on his neck come up like diaw source in Jurassic Park. It's a great point by Roy Moore saying too much pressure. The laughter creates too much pressure. Everything everything just cracks breaks. This is interesting. I'm willing to go down this path if anyone has got any other nominees of how Jerry Jones laughs because he does seem to be always sort of Speaking through a bit of a stuck on smile because everything up there is wound up pretty tightly. I also put it on the poll lebatardshow on twitter. Guillermo are women ever GonNa stop dancing with OJ. Simpson like what does that guy have to do for women not to dance with him because fame one hell of a drum and even if it's murderous fame. TMZ SPORTS HAS OJ. Simpson still allowed in the club. Still surrounded by young ladies dancing with him I feel like he's taking it out to the furthest extreme and people still want to dance with him he really has taken came out. He's really testing all of you on. What is it that you're willing to do to get close to fame no matter how the fame has arrived and if the famous merely infamy the question is how young these women yeah there's a whole generation of people that only know him as a bad ass twitter follow? I feel like they're probably just like he's not GonNa do that again. The big pain for him. The first they're just playing a numbers game essentially. Well help me me understand something here okay because it seems like. OJ Simpson in that. Circumstance is being met with forgiveness. And yet I'm still reading about on animal rights groups twelve years after Michael Vick is gone to jail and done his punishment. They've got more than one. Hundred and fifty thousand signatures is on a petition to not allow them to be a pro bowl legends. Captain like you took everything from Michael Vick. Let him be a pro bowl legends captain. Kirk doc it's been taken and it's been a long time and he went to jail. I Like I want you guys to imagine now. Lamar Jackson just sort of disappearing from the League League. Because he's done something that criminal you don't you. Don't forgive animal cruelty Dan. Just don't well you don't mess with Peter. I mean well dogs. Yeah so I want to go back and revisit this time in our history because there's gotta be a thirty for thirty right the Michael Vick story. He has been uncommonly really opened since he emerged from prison. About answering everyone's questions and talking specifically about men. I knew it was morally wrong. I didn't know what was this kind of criminally wrong. I didn't know the consequences of what I was doing was so bad that I was going to end up twelve years later. People still still associate that name with one thing doesn't have anything to do with football. Associate Him with his worst act and so while I laugh at the forgiveness extended extended dancing. OJ Simpson. I do wonder on Michael Vick. When does that stop like he suffered? He's done his time. He brought that on himself while as far as that being attached to his name. And the first thing you think of I don't think that will ever stop In terms of petitions additions to keep them for being a pro bowl at an. I hope that stops tomorrow. We've forgiven Mike Tyson. Adamy so is that what you have to do. Just a few hangover hangover movies and go and be roasted on comedy central. Do some Jimmy Kimmel. I'm really not. I'm not quite sure how Mike Tyson came out of it. Maybe it's because he was out of it for long enough. It was all pre cancel culture. Really he was out of it before. Cancel culture was a thing I the one man Broadway show help because everything everything he's done since getting well not everything because there was a Lennox Lewis thing but post retirement Mike Tyson. We've talked about this before Mike. We've talked about this as it relates to Randy Moss and Alan Iverson and how we demonize some of these guys. When they're active in the sport they're vastly more threatening than when they can't punch you anymore? Even if Mike Tyson Punch today he would destroy your face but he's not the kind of threatening he was when he was on a stage telling everybody God knows what after fighting Lennox Lewis Voice like when he was in it and people still feared him and he was America's most feared man. That's much different than old man. Mike Tyson you know Dabbling in in the cannabis this industry and and just much more docile. Unless you land the wrong side of it you you sat down with him in the art of conversation recipe's and was there ever a part of you because I ah I know he's not fighting and I was afraid walking into the room. Yeah like I if I were in a room with Mike Tyson. I think that there's still a slight chance. He might just punch me in the face for no reason I was afraid. Walk into the room you have to. You have to remember terms of interesting athletes. You talking about Michael Vick and Mike Tyson. That's gotTa beat the the Michael. The victim has to become a thirty for thirty right interesting right. I'm he is interesting in his open vulnerability on the specifics of what happened there. And how it blindsided him there and we address this at the time you remember how about this. You talk about pre cancel culture. This is I walked into a buzzsaw one day because I had no idea what Hannity and Colmes was because I was not familiar with sort of the the way the country country was headed. Because I've not been a political person. I didn't realize what was happening in terms of Fox News and conservatives versus liberals and so when I went on Sean Hannity and Colmes. I'm going on their blind. I think I'm just doing there. Are No leanings here. No nothing they just WanNa talk to a sports columnist about what he wrote in the Miami Amy Harold and so I go on Hannity and Colmes and I quickly realized I've told this story before it's one of the great messes of my janitorial career I'm sitting in a closet. I can't see who I'm talking to. I don't know who Hannity and Colmes are and I realized very quickly while I'm on the air that I've have been blindsided that all of a sudden they're having me on to turn me into the Pinata of Of being defender of Michael Vick of of I I dan Le Batard here to speak on behalf of how black people feel about Michael Vick. What was Jim Miller doing there? Jim Miller that's right. The former bears quarterback quarterback was also there as was Neil bortz conservative radio. I didn't know I know Jim. Miller was Jim Mullen. Jim Miller is the only one I knew at the time or it's brought his dog and to say you were blindsided merely could've asked.
"kirk doc" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Isn't the biggest pussy and take it. That's a good one. I have no original original composition but I think even more more more skill. Yeah yeah that's a good one goes good good. Luckily your mom. Your Grandmother Got Cancer. That's thank you. The tragedy comes great art. That's tales all the time. That's right yeah there you go off. And it's the person who the tragedy effects that's able to create but uh-huh what's next. He won't tell us now. This it has got a charisma. This it goes on God. Equal better the baby Mac. Your voice was on sue people on your pod with Kirk doc and that Russian to bring the Romans to last long Last Baby Mikey families. Shit I don't need gratuitous hotdog four bobby record okay. Well for our so long good accuracy but not comedy love. The.
"kirk doc" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"PODCAST I'm your host Elliott or parks brought to you along with the one the only only Brian Baldinger and of course the prevent defense podcast only say this every time. Because I'm sure I sound like a broken record but why does the sound. Why does the why when I do? Listen up dummies dummies. Why does it sound better than that? Where is he's in his house? Probably Yeah I would imagine came baldinger somewhere else. Yeah okay that just sounds I mean it sounds totally off. That's how we who listens dummies and it always manages to better than the radio DOT com. Lineup Yeah I do in my dining room. That's true. Check it out on all the PODCASTS APPS and also the radio dot com sports APP so we appreciate everybody. That's been listening leaving reviews. You guys keep doing that. Great refusing to have. What's it called? Pre appre events events defense I tunes in their prevent defense it. I'm looking at scrum. Prevent defense around forty four ratings so bad for forty four four for an average of three point. Two not good that's not great but it's you know serviceable Yeah I'm looking for some bad ones so you know it's like so is probably aren't when you have forty four of us. There's not a bad reviews but it I mean this is a weekly podcast I would assume right. Yeah I think so so. It was the daily show on that once a week. And it's forty five minutes. Oh I've got a one star review here from someone who goes by the name of real. MHP sounds about right. Jesus happened to the Paradise on Kiro yesterday. Oh the lyrics that you tweeted out the recording but I do have. That's a fucking issue no-bid recording for it. Nobody recording at least not that I. That's that's fucking bad is not good. I do have a parody song though. He'll play in the second but that is that's a bad job by you guys badge. I said it's better. We recorded before a show starts tomorrow. UNC this Mike Thought yet the The sorry one and heroes. She started give. I give you the course. I was redhead near me. Why did he come to town? He was standing right over my shoulder. Some are really screwed up. Did you pay for that clown. That's funny all right Do we need to hear more from these guys know we get some other podcasts that US so we'll see little scallon Powell's in case you're in the mood to talk NBA. I am in the mood to talk. NBA The big celtics winless on the road and Cleveland Exit Performance by Gordon Hayward wonderful tremendous. They got Hassan whiteside. AMAC'S AMAC's deal. Even though that was short Peter Time probably probably a mistake but he was playing like a Max player for a good amount of time. There Bam out a BIOS other guy probably going to be in the front runner for most improved player this year. The amount of guys that the heat just find Ryan and and turn into legitimately good NBA players like other than the Spurs. The two of them are the best odds the odds hold on the ozzfest Calabrese. Being the same room as this man one fifty million. I know he's not he said. Ryan Maybe Ryan. I mean there's no excuse calibrating from some Shitty shitty connection right. Let me find guys. European guys guys at the back end of the first round that ended up being stars like how like. How are they able to do this? And are those clearly to. Here's the tip. Give these guys and they would never listen to me. You should never do. A show is daily show or no. Yeah Yeah I think so. One host is interviewing the other host. Nobody wants to hear here that that makes the other guy seem like a fucking sieve like Z.. As if the name doesn't do that at scale and breezy and one other guy. I'm a chemist pal an interview and POW carries the show. She tells you about scallop. Breeze egos allow that to happen to you. Know these underrated asshole. I can't think of any teams better over time. How brain there are a number of factors? I WANNA be Dwight Rolling. That was my point. The Best of podcast. I'm pretty sure scall- is there. Okay beverage their stays reason. Not even there. He's like I'm traveling. I'm doing this get fucking whoever to do it and we'll just do it. They don't care they don't Mamba Right. Don't give a shit we'll just send it out. We did it. It's done yet. So Dot Com way. It also won't affect their numbers. No God no no meaning a and they're gonNA be stuck around forty five fifty views on all of this. I mean it's been around for how long three months I came out. September eighteenth I think think is when that whole radio dot com line came out scowl in pals so to Montana. Scott look at this God. I've got some of them. Started the palace credit eighty-seven ratings. Wow I bet it's impressive. NBA Season is kicking off. It's been very started. And they do this. You know like it's a law Koran Butler full interview Kendrick Perkins Interview me. No A fucking Ryan mcdonagh interview RIC Bucher Interview Kendrick Perkins Interview. They just put their interviews them. Yeah another Kendrick. Per they put all their interviews up and then they cut all the interviews together and released it as the best time to catch a perkins every day. When when Brian Scholar you know is is at a town? They re cut all of their old content together like we put on Youtube Channel and the release it as a brand new podcast. She's future occur every day. They're the same it's just like Kendrick Perkins Kendrick Perkins Kendrick Perkins every single day. What do you think happens when whence gallon pals is like five minutes late uploading? You must've missed a beat the producer of the laziness to do a best of podcast just on a Thursday like I'm trying to think I know it's already holidays. It's just we'll take or maybe kiss. Barstool shows did on Fourth of July. But it's like that's obviously not going to be and I'm fourth of July that makes sense but to do it on a Thursday in November is totally goes just freak out if they were like. Yeah I mean can you imagine Kirk Doc saying I can't come in Friday. Just want to chop together. Some of the earlier in the week mash that together and serving up to the mid would never be able to do it. I just wouldn't 'cause I know you know I. It's my own issue but I should probably like one day in my life. WHO gives a shit? Well the other thing is the mini. Vans they go back and they listen to podcasts. Already like they can find the best of material. I got to say. Though the pizza one I went to Jackson abused great pizza. Place for the scalpel live. Show was not great. Good time though the place was fucking I think. Sometimes you get your so whipped up on energy I mean it was mad total Kendrick Perkins may call him and talk to him for ten minutes with the NBA. Place was going fuck in the banana scowl. When he's like around the scalp fans loosens up charge? Cards cameos each one hundred bucks to talk to them but still it's worth call Perkin. Just hey what are you doing. Thank you guys again. Come on what else do we have. Jesus this place a parody song. I think this is the first maybe of a trend to replace the A prank phone call scam going very hesitant. To- deep guest. Yes the this might not have been the best song. But I think that you'll appreciate his approach to uh-huh all the way back a lot of music not a lot of lyrics in this one makes it no. It's songs is not. I'm on fire by the bus among musical on this Wednesday morning blow here wrote those books. Did it need any help. Did it up the new the university students at the heart contest. He was able to reacquire the new. Steve Kerr coming more it. Oh yeah there's more just long. Not much music vision. Anyone that threat. I like it just at that time. We had eh quarterbacks actress who got on his team he was just a it took. 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"kirk doc" Discussed on The View
"Every single week with deal and she's been privately battling breast cancer behind in scenes and today she's opening up about it for the very first time please welcome our friend part of our family and ABC News Chief Medical correspondent on it Dr Jen Ashton. Thank you thank you Greta. Take us. We've we've all known but take us back to the day when you got the news from your doctor. I have breast cancer answer. This is the first time I've said that out loud so thank you for giving me back it takes a long time to get that out the best places to say it on TV forever so what it was is I went in for my live routine exam my annual screening. I because I have dense breasts. I have a mammogram and ultrasound. My cancer was not detected on mammograms and I got into the room. The mammogram looked good that put the doctor said I laid on the table for my ultrasound and after we get through talking about kids and catching up she wrote a few times quietly quiet for a little longer and she he said I see something I do not like. I see a mass and I need to show you. It is small but this is something I'll need to biopsy. I went in the next day four needle biopsy and on the third day she called me at home. I was with my husband. She said I'm sorry to tell you this. You have breast cancer. Well God terrible double so it was terrifying and it was shocking. I think it was polarizing. You know we just kind of both sat there and there was a long pause and I said to her. Are you sure she said I'm sure I'm sorry great. I always think sort of like our sixth host awesome yeah as you're such a wonderful presence on this show and you always have such a beautiful attitude and we all really love. You and I don't love everybody everywhere. I think is but I think awareness and this bravery speaking about this and I want to ask you Dr Ashton. I didn't know this on average every two minutes. A woman is diagnosed those with breast cancer in this country. That's daunting and it seems like every month. There's new guidelines for Mammogram so one should be getting mammograms. And when should we be doing self breast exams at home. I I mean that's the million dollar question right there so much confusion and controversy even within the medical field about what is the best screening test and I think what we can agree on is that there is no one-size-fits-all screening test for every woman you mentioned the value of ultrasound for diagnosing a mass or suspicious lesion in women with dense breasts. We have to remember men get breast cancer as well and they don't get screened because it's so much more uncommon in in men but I think we need to understand that when you hear those recommendations they are for the average risk woman and unfortunately most women Lake Greta our average risk until the day they hear those words so whether it's emory ultrasound mammogram self breast exam. Sam Clinician breast exam. We need to individualize this for each woman. Although we do base things on statistics and overall groups yes but you we're telling me you actually could feel that bum after they founded on ultrasound could feel oh yeah so what I want. I wanted to say here today today because I haven't been able to say it and that's really why I'm here is that yes we need to get each other to help each other to get to those annual employments absolutely at a minimum Emma without question and I know some people are afraid I've had people say ooh. I don't want to go but honestly take a friend have wine at lunch afterwards. Figure it out a little bit of wind little bit of fun but you gotTa parties parties to sell to these self. Breast examination is very very important for me to get this out. I could have have been the boss of my body and and actually felt one of my legions before my annual my annual exam with my doctor so I I am begging and pleading that we all give each other a little bit a hug and a little bit of love once a month five minutes five minutes a month and I know doctors on. Eh being the same thing first of all. There's no shame in that game. You don't blame yourself because you felt in it but when you hear you know the national guidelines are not to to recommend for every woman to do their own exams because it has a lot of what we call false positives but my motto is if it is attached to your body you you should know what it feels like and then it's up to us in the medical profession to say that something to worry about. That's not something to worry about feel it. If it's part review get to know one of our producers she's been open about it. has gone through the same thing and she said to all of us. Check yourself and so I was eight months pregnant. I was in the shower. I only Meghan knows a story but I felt alum and I was freaked out. I had Meghan feel that I had another friend feel it and I went to my ob and Shenouda my OPI- said this this seemed something being more real you to go get a check so I do the same thing. You did ended up. Getting a biopsy eight months wins blood. I just remember sitting there not sure if I was going to have breast cancer and pregnant when I went home to my husband and luckily it ended up being a fibroid but I said never let me complain about anything else again. You never let me complain about the pain being pregnant but I so much sympathy for what you've been through and what people don't also know is you were only. They said only get your right one. You're left one done right. Yes and you said no I want to do both I want to get a double mastectomy me and then what happened after that so yes my my lesions were only detected in the left breast. I had an MRI follow up after the mammogram and ultrasound and and that actually showed that there was even little it was more fo- side which is basically floating cancer cells that was when it went from a lumpectomy recommendation to a unilateral mastectomy which would mean one breast left comes off. I thought about it. This was maybe the most important pause the guy took. I spoke to a lot of women through network some strangers here's at said friends. I've a friend who went through that. You should speak to her. This was so important critical because what I decided at that moment was totally that I wanted to feel empowered. I I wanted to feel beautiful and better than ever after this. I did not WanNa feel just fine for okay and so for me. I decided to have a the double mastectomy I had decided to have both off and at the end when I got my pathology back. My doctor sat me down and said you have cancer in both breasts. Wow your right breasts did not show up didn't show up anywhere on your diagnostic testing very very tiny but it was invasive carcinoma both ductile. Oh and lobster and thank God made the right decision realising why yeah royal now. I know doctors yes well. Jonkers basically informed open you up to more potential risks right. That's the basic and they taught us that we're here. Yes and I'm so you can the husband. Ricky we also know and love and your boys have been very supportive of course and they wanted to send you a message edge so take us. It's your crew. The boys and Ellie and I am just just letting you know how much we love you you how much we support you and personally these last six seven eight months everything you've gone through. I have learned so much from you. Your patience your courage always always carrying about everybody else. You are my favorite person and I love you and I was just thinking when we get through all of this and get to the other side. I'd how nice would it be if we finally had that big wedding. We always talked about anyway I. I actually forgot feed these kids. I love you. We're going to go but and we're always here in your corner. We're waiting for you right now. At home. All Right I wanNA answer backer. Man can help me so much more. There's so much more to Greta story and you can follow her journey on Rachel Ray on October eighteenth. We'll be right back. Kirk doc was some story got very somebody of it's very it makes makes you so nervous. When you hear stories like every better great prognosis and yeah it was early detection and she's GonNa be just said. I have to go really fast when you have it in one. It's thirty percent in the other. Ones people should take note have a great day everybody and a great weekend. Everybody take a little time to enjoy the view..
"kirk doc" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"Rb. Be one of the end of the year that was going as a mid round guy. I don't see that as as a possibility now all right. I'll throw out christian kirk. I'm rising on christian kirk doc wide receiver for there's on a cardinals rookie last year on an offense that was pathetic when it came to everything number of plays ron yeah i came came to playing the n._f._l. Yeah they were the worst offense in football since the twenty twelve arizona cardinals according to j._j.'s akerson so it was bad in arizona and in yet kirk before he he had the injury was actually a pretty good player. He seems to be separating himself. From the rest of the wide receivers in arizona. You're talking all the rookies. Isabella butler keyshawn and so and kirk has such a his. He's the wide receiver lever equivalent experiencewise of cuyler on the offensive side of the ball working in the cliff kingsbury system. He already knows what to do. He's a player that can make doc <hes> big time plays we saw last year even with josh rosen so i think christian kirk is undervalued and drafts i am. I changed my ranking on him this morning. He is above larry fitzgerald by a decent amount so i think kirk is going to have a potentially breakout sees. He certainly has more upside than larry in my opinion larry's probably safer in the offense but back when we were watching tape on kirk and college we threw out the name couple times he looked like nightcrawlers because you would see him lined up on the left side and then all of a sudden he would just teleport somewhere on the field and be wide open the player. I wanna highlight. I'm changing my opinion daryl henderson and this is simply because of where he is being drafted and on the news that is coming out that he is great. He is in my opinion easily second best running back on the team but it's gonna take some time those unofficial depth charts which you must always take take with a grain of salt that i come out be. He's behind john kelly. He's blind justin davis. He is fifth. He will work his way up up either to the third player but malcolm brown. Is there <hes> this is why we talk about drafting a handcuff. We can be so sure your that the talents of daryl henderson will if something happened to todd gurley he will rise up and he will seize the moment. He's not throwing away his shot but but then you forget that malcolm brown is there and just might be the guy who gets far more work and and malcolm brown is not being drafted. Meanwhile people are are taking daryl henderson in those mid to late rounds. I think there's a big difference in playing the complementary role to todd gurley if they reduces workload but girlies healthy and he's just being the efficient todd gurley then if gurley was out for darryl henderson and the potential for like brown they trust malcolm brown right. You've done nothing but speak highly of them and then they go outmatch contract offer. We've brought that up repeatedly. He's the kind of player where if if something you know if you start to see more of a rotation there'll be daryl henderson owners that are gonna be like. Why isn't he on the field. It'll be malcolm brown this. It's in it's crazy to we. You know we were <hes>. We're a california hopping and some of the the draft best ball leagues in the you know the giant <hes> three eight and a half million dollar tournament. I mean darrell henderson is going so early and and malcolm brown. I got in the sixteenth round. He's basically he might have gone undrafted did because he is currently the back the thing why people are taking their if like i said if early is to miss a lot of time and henderson receives was that starting job then he would be he'd be out of control..
"kirk doc" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"Up and coming nature of Christian Kirk Doc are worth more in the equation then the change over of a fast pace pass friendly offense with an accurate quarterback. We're back which one's more important if they wash each other out then Larry Finishes Round Wide Receiver Twenty seven you drafted him as the wide receiver thirty eight. That's just a good a good move if it turns out that the more important thing is that they're scored more touchdowns going down the field passing a lot. I think Larry Fitzgerald is the odds on favorite to lead the team. In targets gets they might not be the most valuable targets. I didn't Christian Kirk is going to be working downfield more than Larry will but the slot is extremely extremely important in an air raid eight system and I don't think Larry has the potential to be a top fifteen wide receiver but if you're telling me he's going to be the wide receiver fifty or forty where he's being drafted. I don't buy it and if you watch some of the videos coming out of camp he and lost nothing I mean he's making miraculous. One handed ended catches. We're out here in Arizona and he larry just kind of gets his in the offense fermi target share perspective as just kind of built into what he none of the skills of degraded since he moved to the slot to to necessitate anything else and you've got unproven rookies. You've got Christian Kirk coming back from injury the I I I understand you're tempering this wisely. You're not saying Larry's going to go out there and be the Larry of old but that's not you know you don't need them to be draft. Receiving Thirty kgo eight he's going to out produce where he's being drafted and if you're and a half points or four point P._R.. He still going to soak up a lot of targets and if you I mean look Tyler Murray has skyrocketed hi rocketed he was undrafted for a while now he's in the eighth round with Larry Fitzgerald if he's going to do a lot of people think he's going to do then Larry will be a beneficiary as as well Christian Kirk but Christopher Kirk is the only one who's A._D._p.. Is actually going up. Larry's is not because he's old if Kyla Murray and this is speaking completely biased as has a Arizona Cardinal Fan if he does what people think he's going to do our next year of podcast will take place from the surface of the moon that is correct they will be able to fly only problem with that is i. I don't think it is safe to be on the surface of the moon with no pants that suit and we won't be able to wear those pants so there are worries might be the end of the show listen before we close the show. I do want to let people know any honey on honoree entry. The atmosphere looked at the pants. That's what happened. They burned up. We have a huge update that we just released for the ultimate draft get this year. We've been so excited. Look the last few years the ultimate draft get. It's it's our baby. We work on it from the entire offseason getting this thing ready keeping it up today this this year we added the APP now. We've upgraded the APP. We listened to your request. We added a bunch of new features. You can now use the APP to actually mark players drafted to hide drafted drafted players to star and mark players. I use it with our League of record to you know I've got my keepers marked. I've got all the drafted keepers gone off the list. I've got my favorite players start. It is a perfect kind of ancillary sit with you on Draft Day tool and there are a ton of features that you get inside of the ultimate draft Afghan now you can use it on the go with the mobile APP. We're very excited about it. <hes> I encourage you to go. Check it out. ULTIMATE DRAFT DOT com. We're into August the big the draft days are coming in. They're coming quickly so I encourage you. Check it out and we gotTA show tomorrow guys. Oh Man we gotta show tomorrow. We're GONNA be back tomorrow with
"kirk doc" Discussed on Geek News Central
"Your kids have their own cell phone you can do that. You can turn that on see what the usage is. I guess I think back to when I was a kid. I didn't have an extra thirty thirty hours a week in I I grew up in the country. There was always something to do. If I wasn't doing something my dad had something for me to do. There was always busy work to be done and I guess maybe that isn't the case anymore or you know maybe the the city life and I always was envious of the kids that lived in the city because they were they always had plenty of time on their hands and <hes> and I didn't as a country boy so <hes> I think in my own kids kids and they definitely are pretty busy. We keep them active cell phone usage. I'm sure is still pretty high even in my family but thirty percent on kids under fourteen thirty hours for kids under fourteen is is in my opinion a little bit concerning a lot concerning all right. There's a whole bunch a pile of celebrating fifty years of space exploration and I'M NOT GONNA go into detail on each one of these elite. These links are all gummy in the show notes but Google Earth has something up for you of course on that <hes> there's a going to be an astronaut snoopy to fly in the macy's parade in November so that's GonNa be Kinda Cool to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary. We've got <hes> Oh in conjunction. We've got the last lunar eclipse of two thousand nineteen occurs Tuesday just in time for the Apollo Eleven celebrations and <hes> so you're not going to see this if you're in North America largely in where you see it mostly is in Africa and parts of Asia so <hes> that's pretty much where the eclipse oops is going to be seen again. Africa Europe and West Asian Mosa South America will see the rise within their shadow so <hes> anyway. That's where what's going to happen happen on the clips tomorrow if you're in one of those regions of course it's already Tuesday in. Some of those regions H._B._O.. is going to be Aaron epic miniseries from the Earth to the moon ahead of the blue rate release so if you're an H._B._o.. User this epic mini series chronicles different chapters the Apollo eleven program and <hes> H Bill Air all twelve digitally remastered episodes from the Earth the moon on H._B._O.. Go H._B._O.. And H._B._O.. on-demand on-demand today until <hes> today July Fifteenth and on Tuesday July sixteenth so those will be available but to Blu Ray edition will come out here a few days after that so that's available <hes> <hes> there's some speculation that the original NASA POW eleven moon landing tapes are going to set to fetch a million dollars so sotheby's is auctioning the first generation NASA footage of the big event <hes> so so you've got a player for the two inch quadriplegics videotape sitting around you could view the original Nass recordings of the Apollo eleven now. Here's the thing these tapes are probably very very very fragile and I can't imagine <hes> these ever actually being played tape Toronto total two hours and twenty four minutes and captured movements including Neil Armstrong declaring that's one small step for man one giant leap for mankind also on the tapes are the long distance phone call with President Richard Nixon and the planting of the American flag on the lunar surface can take a shot of H. Two O. here southern as is calling videotapes only surviving first generation recording historic moonwalk. They're sharper and more distinct than the few tapes this survived from Contemporary Network TV broadcast so so the question is are they selling the player that goes along with it and an intern NASA intern purchase the tapes for two hundred and seventeen dollars the government surplus auction in nineteen seventy six and an estimated that they will sell for at least a million dollars and <hes> so we'll see see what happens here with <hes> the auction a new apple TV plus series for all mankind reset. I I man leaning leaning so that's going to be an Apple T._v.. Again for all mankind premiering with the new streaming services fall so this won't come out this week but <hes> next <hes> when they when they introduced the new service all right off the Apollo News there NASA news the United States is going to let while way set sell to companies within weeks a report says <hes> while we may almost be out of the Doghouse <hes> the government will begin improving licenses for US companies reestablished partnerships with wile away in two to four weeks according to Reuters this follows the Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross comments last week saying U._S.. Companies can begin selling to the Chinese company win. There's no threat to national security so we'll see where this leads if you're in the in the market and he wanted something a little different there's some windows tablets out there and you know most of us think of <hes> android tablets we think of <hes> apple ipads but there are window tablets on the market so there's a great article for from make use of dot com talking about the five best window tablets. Two Thousand Nineteen also congratulations to Kirk our producer of this show for picking up a Dell X._p.. S. Thirteen with an ice seven ship Kirk Doc. I know you're GONNA love that. Ex PSI sure love mine for sure Google facebook and twitter and sent letters about deep fakes by Representative Schiff the Kalfa the California representative wants to know how deep fakes will be addressed by social media. Media ahead of the upcoming election so <hes> This is interesting and we know that deep fakes are fake videos or audio recordings in which people appear to say things that they never actually did the moving pick the moving picture equipment a bogus images created with programs like photoshop deep flake software has made manipulate videos accessible increasingly harder detectives fake of course one technique enables users to make a deep fake using a single image such as the Mona Lisa social media companies and platforms have taken a very action since two thousand sixteen to address disinformation campaigns but the representatives concern they remain unprepared appeared and vulnerable to sophisticated and determine adversary so we'll see what kind of response if any these companies provide to representative ship the F._C._C. has pledged five hundred twenty four million dollars allers expand rural broadband supposedly this money will support more than two hundred thousand homes and businesses in twenty three states. That's a lot of money to wire two hundred thousand homes. That's it why so few and so much money seems to me to be a bit of overkill but again the F._C._C. said it authorized more than five hundred twenty million to expand broadband in.
"kirk doc" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
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