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Wednesday 23 December
"Later today lufthansa cargo flight from frankfurt will touchdown doncaster sheffield airport bringing of food supplies to forestall shortages caused by the recent severing of land and sea trade routes between the uk and europe with jew recognition that this is more to do with covid nineteen than brexit. There is something piquant about britain entering the last week of its transition period reliance on a reverse of the berlin airlift. The uk's present difficulties due to a new and highly infectious variant of covid nineteen heavily concentrated in london and the southeast on joined with more by monaco. Twenty fours health and science correspondent dr. Chris chris this or something like to be expected because all viruses mutate. Don't they indeed covid nineteen already has once or twice at least before andrew say actually the uk's victim of its own success in this because we do as jones san accurately said have a world class in fact one of the best in the world screening systems set up to detect precisely this sort of thing. It's called coke. Uk their job is to scrutinize genomes of corona viruses collected from patients who are diagnosed with the disease so far. They've looked through the genetic codes of more than one hundred and sixty thousand viral sequences. They're all being to find things precisely like this and of course then we. We say we found one this and then the whole world says we don't want you of course they don't want us all the all the virus but not surprisingly just to cautionary stage but yes It it's likely that this sort of thing is a bit of an inevitability and it may well be it's farther afield. Things like farther afield than anyone knows yet because they just haven't detected e. Yeah so what do we know about this mutation will. It's not a single mutation. It's a variant the calling it variant because rather than just a mutant which is one genetic change. This one's actually got a constellation of genetic changes there are seventeen independent genetic differences in this new variant that seems to confer opponent the ability to spread a bit better and they're peppered throughout the genetic code of the virus they affect v aspects of how the virus works but there's a big cluster of these changes all centered on what's called the essel spike protein. Which is the key part of the virus. That's all of these out coats that it uses to infect ourselves and so this is why researchers think that it may be more transmissible. Something has changed in the way the virus behaves in terms of its its ability to engage with our cells its ability to penetrate and jack cells and then cause disease and then spread to another person We don't know exactly how it's doing that yet. And we don't know for sure that it really is more transmissible but based on the numbers that we're seeing the the epidemiology the pattern of spread. It seems like a likely reasonable supposition. Is it possible that this variation is a response to the measures that we have undertaken to defeat it is is the virus adapting to survive ovar adapt to survive. And that's really what charles darwin point out. And that was his big breakthrough his grand unified theory of biology. If you like that everything responds in a dynamic way. All the time to pressure applied from its environment and where we think. This may have arisen. This new variant is actually in the blood of an individual or individuals with poorly functioning immune systems because individuals. Who don't have a good immune response to the virus. Tend to hang onto the virus fa- longer. They have a chronic infection with the virus. And this means that as their immune system limps along trying to control it the virus is getting a chance to see inner workings of the immune response and it can see where the chinks in our alma and therefore it can adapt and shift in that direction a bid to take advantage of those changes to cling onto survival in that person. Now if that person then transmits a virus which has adapted in this way it's basically passing on a more weaponized or more tooled up version of the virus. The reason that such as a putting forward this hypothesis is because when we have treated patients and documented what happens in them when they have an impaired immune system for various reasons. Were genetic reasons. There are also acquired reasons why people's immune systems might not work very. Well they've seen very similar changes happening in the viruses in those people to this variant that circulating suggesting that it may will be homegrown as it were and borne out of the fact that some people can't can't fight it off as well as efficiently giving the varsity insight into how our immune system works and enabling it to adapt accordingly. I mean we have talked before about the fact that it's not in the interests of viruses whose only interest eads the perpetuation replication. It's not necessarily in the interest of any virus. To kill its hosts. Is it possible that viruses variation to become more transmissible but perhaps less deadly. Well we don't know at the moment and That's one of the key questions that people are going to want to be asking. It's a relatively new discovery first appeared as a blip on the radar of kochi uk. The consortium that founded back in september and the cases them were just a few and far between become a lot more common sense obviously rising to one in four cases in november perhaps as many as sixty percent of cases in december in some parts of the country that means that we've now got the chance to see firsthand in greater detail in greater numbers. What is impact on people is and so people will be asking this very question this thing if it does transmit more efficiently which it appears it does does it as we believe not cause such severe disease or cause any more severe disease than the standard parent from which its rose the moment it doesn't look like it translates into getting more severe disease. It doesn't look like it's currently beyond the reach of the protection conferred by the immune response In response to the vaccine but we don't know that crucial question has it surrendered some of its violence. In order to optimize. In this way time will tell you partially answered what. I'm sure is now the key question because the the glimmer of optimism in which we have all been basking these last few weeks is the approval and roll out of the vaccine. Several hundred thousand people here in the uk have already received at least the first injection. Is it possible that nineteen could mutate or very this quickly Out of the reach of the vaccine. Matt hancock rishaad everybody when he made the announcement last week about the discovery of this new variant. That it didn't look like it would be able to sidestep the immune response conferred by the vaccine the experiments to prove that that is the case. Though are still ongoing. Thankfully they're very easy experiments to do. And that's what porton down will currently be investigating. And i would hope that they will provide that reassurance. Quite soon the way you go about this is you. Grow the virus in the lab and that's actually very easy to do and you add to it samples of the antibodies that a person makes when they're vaccinated and if the antibodies still work against the variant. And you do this with samples across the country. Then you can say these neutralize this virus even though it's the variant and therefore these people will be protected if they have the vaccine. So that's that's kind of what we're waiting for now to to see that data. It's very easy the experiments to go to do them properly though. That will give us reassurance to answer that question what the future holds. Though we don't know and that's why some researches saying this could be a stepping stone on the part of the virus towards a more comprehensive ability to sidestep our immune response including the response to the vaccine and for that. It's a sort of shot across out immunological bowels. We have to keep it onto surveillance. Keep searchlight trained upon it so that we can see where it's moving anticipate is next. Move and try to head off
"kochi" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast
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"kochi" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"All we got to do is ask. So if you've never been on the lake before You let us know whether we're selling the house or maybe where your buyer's agent helping you find a house on Lake will make arrangements with that homeowner or some other way, But we'll get you on the water will take you around the lake and show you different spots were pretty familiar with all the lakes in the area down here. We know where the bays are, and things to look out for. And sometimes you know where the good frontage is. Where the bad front look, Lachie. I was just out on a boat ride on the Kochi. There's so many little like areas like You said, bays that go in that are private and just Ugh. That's great advice, Bob because you might have a different perspective after the boat right, for sure it might be worth no, it's not what I want or might just be the opposite. I don't really want this. Colleen and I are actually going out to a catchy lake. As soon as I leave the show here today to do a free market analysis for somebody, So, Yeah, we're gonna go check out the house and strategize a little bit on pricing and how we think best. To maximize the number of showings and get the best price for. Hopefully we'll get the listing. But every home is you know, over $2 million out of Kochi Lake, either there are some. There's plenty of houses that are for 500,000. Sometimes people look att tearing those down and building new. Sometimes they look at renovating them. And there's tons of houses like if you get into most the lakes in the 700 to $900,000 range. There's a lot of houses and some of them are very, very nice. Others are a little more work. It depends on a lot because sometimes you're paying a couple $100,000 extra because of the lot that you have got one quick question for in lakes Bob in winter. Obviously big part of it is not all fun and summer in winter, there's still recreational sober. Yeah, For some people, that's what they live for the ice fishing, the snowmobiling, a TV Z visa. All that's some people love the wind. I'm the opposite. What's the ice on the lake? I don't ever go on it again. Let's go to our phones and take some questions on W first up. Is John from Milwaukee. Oh, if you're joining us late, and I know it's we've been talking a lot, But Bob will take calls the rest of the show. Every caller is getting a mire gift card. 10 bucks at any store. And we'll just mail goes out to you, John. How can we help you? Hi. My question is on appraisal. How do these appraisers come up with their number? And then if you don't agree with their number is very any recourse for you. Yeah, excellent question. This actually comes up quite a bit these days. Whenever we have Ah, market where the prices are increasing rapidly, it becomes more difficult for the appraisers to justify a value. Because the comparable properties that they look for and this is really the brunt of it. If they've got a three bedroom, two bath ranch in a neighborhood they want to compare that to other three bedroom, two bath ranches in the same neighborhood, preferably but if not, at least in a close proximity, So what they do is they go through the multiple listing service, just like we do. Israel estate agents And we look for similar properties. Square footage. Age built bedrooms, bathrooms, You know, same size lot, that kind of thing, and we look at those and we say, Okay, well, your house was built in 1990 this comparable was built in 2000 so they'll take that they'll make an adjustment accordingly, And they'll say, well, the newer houses worth a little bit more. And then they'll take your house that has three bedrooms and a look at one that has four and I said, Well, we've got to give some extra money to the one that has four, so they adjust accordingly. And that's really what it comes down to is they try to find a similar properties as they can, and then they make monetary adjustments. One way or the other to justify the value and it's more of an art than it is a science and you'll find that there's some very good appraisers who are very good at tweaking things to make them work. And then there's other ones that are kind of hard knows about it and say, Well, you know, this house just isn't worth what people are willing to pay for it. That's where the problems come in. Right now is, you know we might list of property and have four offers over the weekend, and all four offers are for 310 to 315,000. So of course, the cellar takes the most expensive offer the highest priced offer, usually And the appraiser comes back and say Now it's really only worth 3 10 Well, what do you do? Then? You know you you can file I don't know what they even call it. But you file a request. Basically, they have. The appraiser looked at re look at things. And some of them will do that. Some of them won't. It just depends on the appraiser. And oftentimes what happens is the buyer has to decide. Are they willing to buy the house for less money? Oh, are they willing to pay the extra money Because the appraiser came in light. Or is the seller willing to take less money? Sometimes it's a combination of both. Can you actually going to get a different a pressure on your own as the buyer you can. The seller can't really do that themselves, But the buyer can certainly do that. And oftentimes that actually involves going to a whole new lender, because the lender that they started with is goingto most likely go off that appraisal that they got the first time. And so in order to get into appraisal, Sometimes the lenders will do it themselves. But oftentimes will say, You know what? You got to go to a different lender, and they'll start the process over and get a new appraiser. Right. Thanks. Thank you, John, and I'll put you on hold. So we get your address that that's quite an interesting topic because the appraisers are in a tough spot right now. What do you do? 12 or three houses in the neighborhood that are all three bedroom, two bath ranches, 1700 square feet, all sold for 320,000 ish. You know, two months ago, and now the new guy comes on the block in the same house..
"kochi" Discussed on Write Your Legend
"White woman, you know, like I would get that specific and it would always work and I would freak myself out like I would freak myself out and be like, oh my God this insane and so I started working with a lot of like energy healers. I do a lot of intuitive works. So on my calls, sometimes I get downloads and I tell my men like, I don't think it has something to do with the topic, but I have to say something if you don't mind can I make an observation and I'm like, they're yeah sure and I say I just feel like you're chasing perfectionism because your dad it has been really successful. He must be a lawyer doctor something and you have to set an example in your living by him there like, holy crap. How did you even know that and they get so freaked out and I'm like, well, I just sorry. just I do a lot of intuitive birth. I was just something that was real right so it helps with coaching and I say that because when you say it to listen for everybody, but listen to with us on this podcast is off even though our coaches like we're learning every single day. Like there are students. Are are you in our coach? He's our our students and where the students who are Kochi is sometimes too and I feel like I said, everybody has this it's just really about putting in that work and the emotional control would I talk about a lot and I wanted to ask you is part of the emotional intelligence, right? So the emotions of controlling your emotions being aware of it and people will ask like, how do I start? Like, how do I start even doing this? How do I start doing having emotional control? How do I even know what my emotional intelligence if I even have emotional intelligence right or what is emotional intelligence? Can we talk a little bit about that and go into that from their dead? Yeah, so I believe emotional intelligence is is self-awareness. It's about how do I understand my emotions one of my emotions telling me now, I usually get clients to home as you asked him..
"kochi" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Times let it bug me anytime because I'm just over here sitting in my backyard with my dogs going absolutely not thank you all right we got another one tomorrow and the next day and the next and I'll tell you why the five guys right over there we we we could talk man I'm glad all you got thank you for your family the flag and just to be a delegate about thinking about your neighbor thanks so much coach yes Sir hi guys this is you better be careful that I really will take him up on that offer posted shows with us don't do it on my flight Kochi you can come on whatever he wants it's got that run alongside the kettles and former NBA forward Ryan Hollins coming up straight ahead Tom Brady ease a Buccaneers so who's got more pressure on them next season Brady or Belichick that's next listening to game night on ESPN radio and ESPN app the greatest coach of all time including military trust me the page where he isn't going anywhere we all well that's what we're about to find out this is game night your the day older used car not running the card is used the picture marked by.
Remembering journalist Cokie Roberts
"And we're back back and not a surprise to anyone but the NPR family isn't the only family that is really sad today about the loss of cokie Roberts Michelle Shell and Barack Obama the former president put out a statement this comes from President Obama former President Obama Michelle and I are sad to hear about the passing cokie Roberts. She was a trail-blazing figure a role model to young women at a time when the profession was still dominated by men a constant over forty years of shifting media landscape landscape and changing world informing voters about the issues of our time and mentoring young journalists every step of the way she will be missed and we send our condolences to her family only I want to pick up on the mentoring part because we heard we heard Mahras story there. I have a note here from Susan stamper. Another of the founding mothers you just mentioned and it says she volunteered to go cover three mile island. Now people will remember of course that was the nuclear near disaster the near nuclear clear meltdown in Harrisburg Pennsylvania and I believe Nineteen seventy-nine people didn't know how dangerous it was or how dangerous is going to be Susan Rice. She volunteered to go cover. Three Mile Island said send me not one of the young ones. I've had all the children I'm GonNa have and she burned the suit. She'd worn there but you got back breath. I think of that now because she was thinking about people other than yourself. That doesn't surprise me one bit I would say that's exactly the cokie Roberts that I knew but like all stories involving legends and larger than life figures as cokie Roberts is fast becoming stories stories like that often have a different version and here's Kochi's the real reason was that I could drive. NPR At the time was driving impaired shop. several of our correspondents have been raised in Manhattan and never learned to drive a car others like Linda Wertheimer didn't drive because she had had a bad accident student when she was young and none of us wanted Nina Totenberg to drive because her eyesight is so bad so I could drive the two plus hours to Harrisburg so I was the the designated driver reporter on the scene that is beautiful. Just she was a great human being she was a great human being yes. I can say that from personal experience so what's your personal experienced him no she was just just incredibly encouraging giving nudges when nudges were needed and I mean going back to when I was a teenager and sent letters to all these NPR NPR personalities asking them how to do what they did. When I grow up she responded she called left me a message said whatever you do don't mean you're communications all right and did you follow that advice. Absolutely I majored in philosophy. There's no way I'd major in communications. cokie. Roberts told me not to all right nothing nothing against those who may be listening to majored in communications absolutely but if young people ask me for advice. What do I tell them. I just repeat cokie said be more like cokie. Be More like cokie. That's great so cokie. Roberts was this fixture on air for many many years and because she was a fixture on morning edition she frequently did her segment live from home so you know we have magical little boxes and devices that make it possible for us to be on the radio without actually doing our hair sometimes and when when you think of coke there is one moment that a lot of people remember it involves both cokie and someone named abner toast across the country. Liberal Democrats don't mm care for it either because we haven't heard much from them that was a Basset Hound and I think that was given Phillips and Edwards Condition and Abner the Basset Hound and then later because she definitely had a sense of humor she did an interview on NPR about abner the dog's appearance on morning edition he is about four years old brown and white very long ears and very sad eyes and he has been very very eager to make his radio debut. This has been a difficult task to keep him away from the microphone. This dog wants to be a radio dog and Wednesday morning. My husband happened to be up. Let him into the room next to the room. Where we were broadcasting bob. He was outside of a door behind closed doors ars while he was barking. He wasn't right at the microphone. If he had been I would have introduced him. Good lungs in that house all the way around so uh he really wanted to be on the air wasn't a case of his needing to go outside had been outside. I had been up for an hour. Just fed the beast. The dog eats. It's anything he can get. This dog can open the icebox door helps himself and the thing that really irritates me is then he doesn't close it will abner has a lot of fans conceivably good as on program here. He doesn't seem to talk on cute and I'm not sure how good he is talking to time but but he is a a a dog well worth getting to know one more appearance on morning edition and he has to join the Union. I think that's absolutely right but then of course he'll have a a good retirement plan. Thank you very much. NPR's cokie Roberts that was glorious and a great way to end on something a little bit happy happy. Thank you Steve and Mara for taking time today glad to do it and that is a wrap for today. We will be back as soon as there's the news you need to know about. I'm Tamra Keith and thank you for listening to NPR politics podcast
"kochi" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Welcome to the Glenn Beck program. We're so glad that you're here. There's a couple of notes here that if you if you did not see here having another call. I don't think I could do it's to see more flavors to try brokers founding flavors. This is a the fans of the show best ice cream you've ever had. They're going to start shipping him nationally soon. At least I hope follow them on Instagram. It's Brooker founding flavors. It's best ice cream. I've ever had. Says the same thing very good. So we have George Washington's indispensable flavor. Don dark chocolate ice cream. Peanut butter cups. Peanut butter candies. Peanut butter swirl and Christmas addicts. I patriot casualties speculates which I would say like cookie butter ice cream, basically with with chocolate covered cook. With the you know, the Biskov cookies are speculates kochi's cocoa nibs and speculative butter swirl. Love it or cook. Anyway brokers founding flavors. I don't know if they'll ship it to you. Now. I mean, you can't order it online. But maybe they'll ship. Do you have a special occasion somebody this really good ice cream? Anyway. Yesterday. I did another chalkboard. And this is probably the most complicated story. I think we've ever tried to lay out on a chalkboard ever. And it is the corruption of Joe Biden, and you can find it now on the blaze, TV dot com slash Glenn. It was last night's TV show on on Monday. We're going to give you part two which is another. This one will Mondays are gonna make Joe Biden look like a rookie. And when you see Monday's show with what he has pulled off in China. You'll understand why people who have been researching this for several years say he's the most corrupt vice president in history. If he gets in, and there is a Republican congress. I will tell you. I think his family will go to jail because this investigation Paul Manafort went to jail for exactly the same thing that we just talked about last night. And what we showed you Joe Biden did with his son in Ukraine is obscene. But it's nothing nothing compared to what we're going to show you on Monday. Joe Biden and his China piggy-bank..
"kochi" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Questions. Whether it'd be that you wouldn't be really good hanging around in the lounge gossiping with all the others rip it on trumpet in that whole thing. I think it's what I've got to get to the break. This is so log, but I think it's one of the reasons why and I've wondered about this some private schools that have lower pay have better teachers than public schools higher pay at I think it's because the generally aren't the same job protections in some of those private schools Catholic schools Lutheran school or one of these academies wants to get rid of somebody. They can they don't have the same job protections. But Secondly, I think that creates an environment of excellence that some of these teachers would rather work in even if it means a little bit less pay because they know that they're going to hit the administration as their back when it comes to discipline. They know that they're doing a really good job. They know that they're over achieving with the money that they have it gives them the professional kind of reward that you don't get in these public school systems that just enforce mediocrity or in some cases, reinforce incompetence. I just love to hear teachers as to why they would not want bad teachers fired and better teachers. Promoted, but almost none of them ever do. And they object to my notion when I even say, you know, a good chunky, you are bad. What field is does exist that or is it a good chunk that are bad? There's some nurses that are spectacular and some suck and everybody who is a nurse. Tell you that just about everybody at any field. But tell you that right. There's some soccer coaches that are really good. And some that don't owe anything. Still remember as a kid some of the dads that would coach some of these sports. They didn't know anything. They were teaching your bad things. Still. Remember a school? Wasn't that? What I went to kid a bad ball handler. And they kept yelling at the kid for look at the ball when your dribbling worst habit. You can teach someone you've got to learn how to handle the ball by not looking down. It becomes a crutch. It's like typing you have to learn how to type without looking at the fingers where the keyboards are. But this is a he wanted to a short term of a better ball hinder. But on the long-term ruined the kid. So that that was his constant crutch. Plus slack volunteers. Well. But if the volunteers teaching a kid to be worse than if he wasn't being taught at all. I don't I don't I don't give him. The I give them a little bit of slack. But part of the problem is is the you got anybody who's a dad or the mob. Got a kid on the team. They let it be a coach. That is part of the problem, which is fine. If Kochi, you know, clean, the uniforms or whatever. But if you don't know what it'd be like if you're doing your band practice if I had a kid in your band. I, and I don't know if they're about music, I be out there telling her to do this the other thing that I don't know what I'm talking about. I shouldn't be doing that. If you don't know what you're talking about four twenty two to psych eleven thirty.
"kochi" Discussed on KOMO
"Gregg Hersholt and MandA factor. The KOMO morning news. Frank Lenzi is at the editor's desk. Leaders around the world say they are saddened by the death of the elder statesmen. They called their friend and former president George H W Bush that includes of course, his son former President, George W Bush who spoke about his father's legacy with sixty minutes on CBS. The mission was not George H W Bush mission was how do we serve the United States? How do we help the United States? How do we make the United States better? ABC news political analyst Steve Roberts is with us. Good morning. Steve. Good morning. You know, and I agree with that clip from Bush forty three it's a cliche. It's sounds trite to say that his father put service to the country ahead of everything else. But that's true. And one of the reasons it's true is because the shaping events of his young life or not politics. They were war. It was like John McCain their first loyalty was to the country their first experience was as a patriot not as a partisan as a as a warrior, not as a politician, and that's an it leaves an indelible, Mark. And I think that that hope for that whole generation of which George Bush forty one was the last of our World War Two presidents. They had served in in uniform together that served in combat together. There was a respect across the aisle. My father-in-law kochi's dad Boggs it served in World War Two as well as a naval officer, and then came to congressman forty six and we lived in in our family that there was a respect across the aisle that George Bush. Embodied which is almost entirely gone today. Steve you covered four of President Bush's national campaign. So what about his political legacy? Well, you know, it's mixed because George Bush was not a great retail politician. Unlike the man who preceded him Ronald Reagan, and the man who succeeded and Bill Clinton leur two of the great political figures of the twentieth century from purely political point of view, George Bush was never that great. The fact is that he lost as many elections as he won. He ran twice for the Senate from Texas and lost after winning in effect. Ronald Reagan third term in eighty eight. When he had to run on his own in ninety two he lost. So he was never a great retail politician. He was never particularly comfortable. In the way that that Clinton was in meeting people, and and greeting people his great talent to great talents was one in foreign policy. He was perhaps the single best prepared president in our whole history to run sarin policy on the day. He took over having been in China ambassador to the UN head of the CIA, very hard for presidents again experience in foreign policy. Bill Clinton have been governor Arkansas that doesn't prepare you to be president, but George H W Bush, maybe the single best prepared president on the day. He took office and that showed in his extremely deft handling of the end of the Cold War and the unraveling of the Soviet Union, the reunification of Germany all very difficult issues city handles, very deftly. But I think in the end a single most enduring legacy will not be politics. It will be personal. This was a man of such. Deep humanity and graciousness and generosity of spirit, and you see this in the fact that in some ways more Democrats are mourning his passing than Republicans starting with former President Bill Clinton who was crew so close to the man he defeated that Barbara Bush used to kid that Clinton has become the fourth Bush, son. And that I think will be the single most enduring legacy. He leaves behind. Thanks for sharing some of your memory. Steve ABC news political analyst Steve Roberts, the body of George. Herbert Walker Bush will lie in state starting this evening through Wednesday at the US capitol rotunda that will be followed by funeral services at the National Cathedral. Komo news time eight twenty. Has time to get to our propel insurance money updates while the trade war between the US and China appears to be on hold for now after President.
"kochi" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive
"They looked at all the moon sell. They did. But it isn't isn't the takeaway from Josh's paper that the first pass affect is. So significant that all of the are was getting taken up by the liver. You know, it's still circulates in the blood, right? And and your immune cells in the blood. So I I don't know. And by the Josh's paper, he also said that the liver once makes downstream products are distributed back into circulation to the liver. Remind me was delivering AD nano was delivering what downstream product was nam. Okay. Yeah. I don't remember and can nam be taken up by the other cells. Yeah. And condemn be worked at condemn work its way back. I don't I don't put on the spot. But well, no, he's not you know, again pathways. Josh, josh. But, but I think that the the more simpler point is as what you what I think Josh is papers getting and what you'll getting ad is really this stuff gets everywhere and has magical properties. As and he starts to argue. Well, it goes onto the liver or only to certain tissues as an his arguing that a tissue of in college. And I really, but a compartment that we don't think about enough of whether it's with metformin or any supplements air, then flam etry cells so what would inflammatory cell? How would it benefit from having more? An well. I mean again for the same reasons right to an reason. Yeah. Yeah. Or some other any dependent process that an immune seldom important. And by the way, there is an enzyme that gets rid off any as any the ace, basically CD thirty eight is most abundant immune cells. Yeah. Yeah. So there's an immune connection that I didn't realize there was much CD thirty eight off immune cells. I mean depends. I mean, they're not disagreeing with Yeston. Again. Is it a little bit out of my wheelhouse? But I'm just speculating that there might be a connection between the supplements as basically working as mild and Flannery agent. It's now, of course, the other way that these things are typically delivered is through intravenous and AD which says, hey, you don't need to make it. We'll give it to you. We know you can't take any orally. So you have to do it intravenously there. I think it went everywhere in that paper. Right. But does it get into the cells as a cell can take up AD? I don't think so. But again, I haven't I've I remember Josh you should this is this I asked for the next putt castle. I've, you know, we have stayed away from a biology's it's been quite a contentious field as, you know, Josh and others are not being really nice experiments. We've avoided a D. It would we haven't avoided is any to any the h ratio. Right because that's linked to complex water von bevann. That's when men and any to any ratio to the best of my knowledge isn't controlling search joins or we don't have great evidence for that. And he did self might be. But what any deed and any DJ ratios? Doing biologically or how does a cell process that ratio is right now probably the thing that keeps me up at night, the most of in my favorite new theory of life, as we know it which is tied to that ratio. Now, speaking of supplements, you alluded to one earlier, I deluded to it called might o q. I'm getting a lot of questions from patients about this. Should I be taking this should I be taking the w thinking, can you tell us what it is? It's basically co Q Muskoka ten people take lots of Kochi differs what what is might accu- differ from the regular coke. It has a CAD ien attached to it it, and because might a contra pumping those hydrogen ions quite negative charge. Like a battery positive, and so it will take a molecule that is very positively charged. So you so by putting a cat I on it, which is positively charged you increase it's Finnity for the cell that into the mitochondria into the Monaco, right? The problem is that they're -peutic windows, very tight on that. Because when we give might accu- we can shut off a lot of Ross production and all those beneficial stuff gone the put on stem cell stem cells don't renew you put you put on mean cells as they don't get activated..
"kochi" Discussed on Doughboys
"I was baseball the bunch, and they said the loser has to buy the bowling and and I somehow still lost. It's like a weekend with the with Tom Hanks character from big. Good. Batting cages two pizzas. We're just as disinterested in women, like Tom Hanks character. So he had to when I was eating that this this pizza's. Good. Bye. KOMO pieces surprisingly good. But. But the that barbecue, that's sweet. Barbecue chicken. Get it out. It's I, it needs to be. It feels like a relic from the ninety eight needs to be done. I agree because it did actually win win. California pizza kitchen was like a cool thing that was their signature item, the barbecue chicken pizza. That is very ninety. So yeah, I think I'm with you. It's not even what real barbecue chicken is. Real barbecue. Chicken doesn't taste like this thing that they made barbecue, right. It's usually like a like a white meat. The one that you get in the barbecue chicken is usually like a white meat. That's that's certainly not barbecued. And then just covered with this. This overly sweet molasses based sauce. That was my, that was my ramp. How to I'm not sure. I don't agree with you entirely, but I see where you're coming from. Yeah, yeah. Yep. We're all ranting here. Hey, you know, we're renting why the hell isn't while Luigi playable the new smash brothers, Jesus. I mean, he's in Mario tennis, but he's just an assist trophy and upcoming smash brothers for the switch. This is going to be the most widely played smash all time. You can't even make him deal. See this will get the most reaction from our listeners. The tomato, basil bread on the bacon, Turkey, Bravo, sandwich. I did not like that. It just let it was a weird flavored had to it, but overall was a fine sandwich. I really like the big leaf lettuce in there. They just had a big old leaf of green. The Bravo element besides the bacon Turkey. What else was on the same way? I think that's just what they call it. They got a registered trademark after the Bravo. So maybe it's because that's what you're supposed to say upon finishing it because you're so astounded by the witch they prepared for you. This thought was fine. It was just, it was filling it just a little under sees and it would have been nice if they'd had a just a little bit more Kumon in their little bit more garlic. I mean, it's pretty subtle. I was just, I felt like I was just having like a plain black bean sort of a side. And then the smoothie I thought was quite nice. The juice was maybe a little syrupy in there, but the almond milk worked while and I enjoyed the flavors. It was not overly sweet and I felt like it was something where sometimes you have those smoothies and they're super-duper unhealthy. This did not feel. Like that Nellie my, I've got the bottom Cabeza sandwich. This was where we had the kitchen miscue. They were out of the basil wheat, white bean puree, which is supposed to come on it and didn't tell us so that sandwich just arrived dry. Nell is got enough problems with dryness being married to me. Wow. But. Why not offer some mayo on the side or something she had to go up to the counter and ask for pesto. They just gave her a sandwich with no condom in on it. I didn't say that. She also got she also got the green goddess Cobb salad with chicken, which was fine. It was a totally finds heads avocado in there, and then to go this at home, the kitchen sink cookie, which is a big old Kochi with with milk chocolate caramel pieces, pretzels and finished with lakes all actually thought this was the highlight of her whole meal. It was a very nice cookie, very, very soft. The flakes all on there really helped bring out the sweetness in contrast with it that, yeah, that was an excellent cookie. And if I just had that Cokie would have been like, oh, man, this is this place knows how to bake, but that was my meal. Let's get into what you guys got a Bill start with you. The. Let me say across the board..
"kochi" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Call me up article you'll be awful look deal of muscle nope what you're saying to stick covered on seal said hey joe of submitted joe or luck six fatal cure your kid look mauleon samir way your story that is than clark know dog it's a full quick that's been in often but we've been smokey courtroom element seven tele becomes choking dependent in kochi from its student medicine and the smoky mountains but starring cl in club showers cash every five flinch thousand bill foggy flavor kiss me suits stimulant is be milky way not grind blinded but that's fighting like sign in smaller portion combs quality tillage exploiting of solar focus clear with the more shoes fires chips the squadron controls these signals symon security rocks takes lanes can spot visibility insight right incite stein my mind time incite.
"kochi" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"So like where how're you finding information about because you said when you were introducing yourself that you're like committed to racial justice so how are you getting information in that area yeah i am involved with serge showing up for racial justice which is like a white people's or national organization doing antiracists work and so the western mass chapter i have a meeting tonight actually and i'm on a a working group that is called campaigns in creative resistance so i don't know it's sort of focused on that it's not the most kochi's who organized kind of thing but i i'm i'm showing up and were organizing reparations event on saturday so but that's the main way that's interesting you really you really are using your free time to expand your horizons and okay again not to lake teen is you but are you trying to date any humans these days is that something that's on your radar at all a yeah it's on my radar how is how is that how is that when you fall into like a we just don't have better language than this a subcategory like i would call a subcategory so what's that like for you i don't know on the i feel like i have lots of disadvantages don't go to school and i and queer like in sort of multiple ways about word i mean i don't know disadvantages at the right word or whatever they wish that you are.
"kochi" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And we'll get up on the air task a question higher levels of coq ten linked to reduce risk of coronary disease again an excellent nutrient great antioxidant great for contraction of the heart this is a big study and it involves patients having at least fifty percent blockage of one major coronary artery they assessed this through cardiac catheterization and one hundred to healthy controls that had no plaque the ones that had the most plaque had the lowest levels of coenzyme q ten and the ones that have the least amount of plaque had higher levels of coenzyme q ten other enzymes that are important look at catalase glutathione peroxidase superoxide dismutase etc all important to look at kochi ten seemed to be the most significant deciding factor on that so important to have enough that in your body that's why that's one of the things we look at on your blood test all your vitamins and minerals and we may do that blood test for vitamins three or four times a year depending upon what we see if you're levels are low and we correct them and retest improve your vitamin intake now is correct then we may have you go on for four months or so and then we may recheck those things that were low before because some people either back down the vitamins or their digestive ability has changed and as you get older you're not making as many digestive enzymes to break down your foods new vitamin so we always keep a handle on this very important to do that because otherwise people are sort of spitting out into orbit in you never know what's going to happen and all of a sudden they have a problem you're you know you're stuck with something you don't wanna deal with i'd rather prevent everything so won't scan from lines are open if you'd like to call in one eight hundred eight four eight.
"kochi" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse
"But i'm gonna like you get more kissed like the second you tell kids not to do something like that we really wanna do it really fat mommy's tell me i couldn't eat kochi's and you wonder how many cookies i snuck at night i gave more weight in that force diet do the funny thing is like honestly believe that if you don't beat your children for doing things wrong it's going to affect them terribly wrong like if they don't get spankings and i believe time outs don't work because when it was time when i when my parents try timing out it didn't work i just i was just like this court ever done minutes especially thinking this other doug player so much smarter now because they have more contact information like they don't everything to mind fucking fourteen year old cousin was arrested for selling drugs in school at fourteen they found half a pound of weed in his locker and fourteen that was more girls that i had all through high school in east fourteen they know everything they do everything and parents are lazy and they don't keep up with it and i guarantee i guarantee if there's half parents out there like their kid would have been fucking like arrested fourteen selling all right you sit in this corner yeah you did think about it mommy and daddy ernest this when we love you very much very much yeah all parents but i'll tell you this when when i fucked up when me and my brothers fucked up on his no more terrifying feeling than my mother looking migos when your father gets home here dead and we'd be like oh god he is going to beat the shit out of us my dad would come home and he just your fucking mother with the fighting started looking around for shit that at like that's why i don't have hot tracks anymore those fucker hurts.
"kochi" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Recorded with permission granted by all participants durant phone tab on elvis duran in the morning show the weekend you're going to the grocery store today shopping for whatever you're doing hey look for that signature green bag tate's bake shop kochi's the right they're usually the end cap them you know when i go to kings bedminster new jersey they have i mean it's all like it looks cute you're having tate's bake shop dream and they everyone of them of course you know our friend kathleen king the founder of tate created her signature thin crispy buttery chocolate chip cookie and from there it just poof the raise and all the cookies even have gluten freeze for those who need to remove gluten me i've asked her to come up with a plus gluten at gluten already gluten filled cooking hasn't done it yet it tate's bake shop delivers delicious cookie taste homemade it's it's something you want to take to a friend's house if you're going over for a picnic or a whatever dinner keeps them for yourself be selfish with tate's i don't blame you look for the signature tate's bake shop green bag at your favorite market tate's bake shop uniquely crispy deeply delicious have you tried online dating but got nothing but lazy packs that in conversations or just random matches that never turned into bates will real people are finding real matches with the number one most trusted dating app eat harmony harmony take steps that other dating sites don't in order to find you a more compatible match and they're built to help you find lasting meaningful relationships not shallow hookup e harmony has already helped over a million people find their perfect matt now it's your turn right now get a free month with e harmony when you sign up for three months subscription just enter the code music at checkout stop waiting and start your journey to a satisfying meaningful relationship it can be fun to play around with online dating apps but when you're ready to fall in love with someone and have a meaningful.
"kochi" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Personal trainer who is an actress you know to read with me right in my office and then i get my part time assistant to shoot me with my phone and we do three takes of a couple of scenes i send them to my manager and they send him to the agent you know karina sent from w emmy gets them and submits them i've talked to gingy cohen i've talked to liz hive and carly mentioned apparently when they saw me these show runners creators were skeptical but jeonju was like that's the guy well it does i mean i thought you were great and it's a great fit and there are some i don't think anyone had seen you really in terms of acting stretch because we think you're playing yourself prior to this but there's some real challenging moments in this and in addition to the hilarious stuff that the abortion ganic or whatever the your dating quite hilarious but that was your contributions were very that was that was an interesting sort of episode because i really had to hold with allison emotionally that setting it was very funny because i can connect with that character in the sense that like to be in nonself conscious asshole you know if something got wanted to do that on my life but it was very funny because of you know since we talked about so much of my life here that you know that i've made decisions about that character when i met finally met with liz and carly i wanted the blackout boots i needed the frames i i really didn't think i should change my pants too often but but the primary thing was they had written cocaine use into this thing so this guy was a little bit of kochi guy so i remember i said tonight said look you know just need to tell you this guy doesn't know paraphanelia there's no vials irs no spoons he strictly does cocaine out of folded bendel made out of the corner of a magazine page and when he does it he doesn't share it and he does it with a key or maybe the top of pen and that's who this guy is and they're both looking at me their nerdy women.
"kochi" Discussed on All About Android
"Fishing it's it's found a fishing it's kinda like fishing with a little bit of kochi mongomo makes din where you know you try to catch these crazy fish there nothing even close the life lake in the characters in aren't aren't lifelike in the action in his is it life like but it's fun and i like to have fun in i don't know i needed a reason to use daydream so i bought a bunch of apps and i really like this when the most fellow ones i bought in i actually played a lot it's just silly i i i don't know how it is to describe it more than that you you there's a bait shop you can upgrade your equipment you find new equipment or buy it or likely that's a parrot fish uh it doesn't look like a parrot or fish should just looks like a a poker game on thing that's the way i describe it but it's fun it's a lot of fun so if you have a daydream it's you know it's worth checking out you don't have to be a fisherman it's just kind of phone in in in its predictive ewa she you only need more fish and you will go and look for those i guess that's what game should be yeah right ons called bait with an exclamation point and uh which i have to ask you um because i like i've been i've been really interested in vr the past year year and a half but i have also noticed that my daydream viewer has just kind of sat in the office and it hasn't been used eytan i mean is this the do you think that's that's normal i'm wondering how many people are are are using daydream at this point i think everybody that wanted to use it is already accounted for yeah and in nutrients in is in doubt uh i think a lot of it it's old chase shouldn't you and i were too busy let's switch that's part of the reason we.
"kochi" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"To be kochi while the he said after his dad at the cairo he said after his dad that that cobi was the most influential guide is likely look up to a but but trying to be kobe how as a player scored eighty in a game no and well probably this season but in mentality that home mamba mentality brive cobi being a jam the alpha yeah i'm the alpha he was being a cheap version of kobe bryant maybe there is something to you know kkob he's he has said that the chevy gypsy woman out jack were more important to him and a chevy gypsy warm with jacket may carries kinda thicken the same thing i'm asking you though when you asked me could you know i don't judge these things i like to just observed them i like to ask questions and be curious i don't think he harmed himself yesterday but i did wonder myself while he was doing it what is the path here what's he trying to do where you go on television and it you nuked the relationship with lebron james how much of the sound do we have so instead of telling people wanted his i'm talking about we could you just play it for them let's just play some of the cairo irving sound from first day so that you can hear it yourself you want you to just he made a decision and he doesn't seem to really want questions about a curious decision did you speak to lebron james atoll toltal abroad jays before you your represented lives met with on the ship to let them know that you want it out why not while arrived i'm courtesy okay keep it move it because you've got to know that that questions come before you go on there and you got to know that that's how you're going to answer it you're like go to totally dismissive let's keep hearing some more this career of and so did you no longer want to play with lebron james i mean it is not really about one seeing or or not wanting w to a really just became how.