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"konin" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

02:58 min | 3 months ago

"konin" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

"Tonight's drafters leading things off former guest of the show is jay flake in the one spot. The ftc joe. Jeremy brown is that a lot of in this contest. dynasty trades. hq he is in the second spot. Mike stenhouse key a guy. We just had on this program as a guest. I don't know about three or four weeks ago. He's drafting third. Jason petropolis from bro. Fantasy cleaning things up from the forest spot market. Amy palmer will work their magic from the five hole tonight along with rich rebar from short football analysis. Picking six jason konin aaron laser former world champions of fantasy football. They are drafting seventh. And then brian drake from fighting chance. Fantasy and dwayne mcfarlane another former guested this show from pro football focus. They are picking eight robert trends the f. fcc joe in the nine spot. Michael leoni from established. The run second consecutive night will have an established the run drafter. He is picking ten the reigning kentucky fantasy football state champions bradley petri and during larson picking eleventh and of course fantasy. Fantasy points co-founder scott barrett picking twelfth tonight That is where we are at now. We are already through round one ladies and gentlemen without further. Let's get through this First round there were a couple of surprising picks and You can Feel free to offer your feedback on Christian mccaffrey to j. flake is Is the first overall pick tonight. Jeremy brown little bit of a curveball. Here no delvin cook. No travis kelsey. It's ezekiel elliott. He takes at the one on tuesday nights. Second overall. pick ezekiel elliott. Hopefully we get a chance to catch up with jeremy brown and ask them about that tonight. Dalvand cook is dry is selected third vice denounced. And then jason petropolis takes travis kelsey tonight from the four spot Kelsey first tight end off the board another couple of running backs alvin kamara Goes in five spots. Who mark and amy palmer and retrieve are. This is interesting. So i teased at the show. Last night i was wondering how far saquon barkley would fall in the draft. Based on you know the nebulous reporting that we're getting about his knee. How healthy is is how healthy as he danced around the topic with rich eisen last week he danced around the topic again. I think it was adam schefter or the giants reporters today. He goes one eleven last night. Retrieve are takes him at the one. Oh six tonight with love. The here His thought process on taking barkley as fifth running. Back off the board at the one. Six we saw. Darren waller's one. Oh five. last night he goes one zero seven two nights yukon and laser as the seconds height and off the board another couple of running backs here as it has been all running back and tight ends here in the first round derrick henry to brian. Drake and dwayne mcfarlane. Here's one away. Jonathan taylor guy who barely made it in the first round. Last night he goes at the one. Oh nine tonight to robert trend. The first receiver is indeed off the board stefan digs. Is that player tonight. And it is michael leoni from established laurent taking digs as the number one receiver off the board..

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"konin" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

04:33 min | 8 months ago

"konin" Discussed on Pond's Feed

"Bird was at some toy and i just like a baby plop. She's five months old. she doesn't get it. I i had that was that was that was really hard to pick up and put in the trash abilene me had to call somebody. Yeah but that. I mean that's great. You were able to get out of time while you star gospel lane. 'cause i've been discovering that some me's a car black hostellers i've interviewed these began right in the middle of the pandemic and that's a whole different experience to get him veal and i mean how are you feeling right now. Not having a herb. Being in a convention i actually am kind of upset by it especially since like so what are technically pandemic products are win. January was really officials today march. So i started. I went to the konin. May i had my first house made by october. And i had already been to like to on since then But going places. I have all the ending of then i actually started going to atlanta cons after i had this last. Go onto the column. I don't care. Biggers malware gonna go. It was actually really fun and it made me realize like i have a place rocket fuel save without people. Judging me like where. I live in new jersey. There's nobody out here like nobody plays. You might be able to find something black. Come around like. I can't find anybody like barely barely even two people so it's not a lot of resources and stuff like that was more around my area like the personify character. Sailor moon was always my favorite in not always would love to be a Is always thought about not only well. Why not like go like if you wanna do it do it so i would say. Let's do it. But if i probably started during the quarantine everything would be different. Because i really miss the times. I really do. They're like really inspirational. I will get the socially. I we start off talking about receiving trolls..

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"konin" Discussed on Hysteria 51

Hysteria 51

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"konin" Discussed on Hysteria 51

"Of course, there's the museum and you can take tours and all this stuff and the funny thing was though when this report came out, and at this point, this is still a recovery operation of a downed aircraft. They still did not even though they were using ufo in the in the government files the public the police that were involved in this they were still under the impression that this is nothing more than a crash airline. Airplane of some sort of to know what size whatever we're going to find it, and then they didn't I also don't want to skip over the fact that divers didn't go in for to Buckingham a that's because that's how long it took to telexes to finally send the. You know valiant thor is sitting on the bottom shag harbour going guys anytime. Though any team is going to go anywhere. You will with this story, we will get into that. We're going to get into that in fact with the story. Yes, it will. But we'll talk about this like you know like, I said, it made big news the United States Konin Committee even put it into their the. If you're not familiar, the county committee was the informal name of the university, of Colorado, UFO project and we've talked about on here as a group funded by the United States air force from sixty six to sixty eight at the University of Colorado to study unidentified flying objects under the direction of physicist named Edward Konin that's where it gets his name. The result of its work formerly titled Scientific Study of. Khandan Committee. Had ties to project blue, right so it went. It was. It's. Or Grudge was the one that they were specifically. Exactly. They all went in in order in the scientific study of UNINDO flying objects. The condon report it was released in nineteen, Sixty, eight and spoiler alert. It was shit just like all the others. There was a lot more that they should have done that they didn't do but at least they did look at this rate will be I mean except for the stuff that came out of Project Blue Book I, mean I saw the documentary on the history channel. Project Book. which as you know was just all they did was took Hynix Journal and they're just putting it onto the screen acted it. Yes. Thank, you hate them word for word. Period full stop thank you absolutely strictly accurate. One. Hundred percent. Strange. Things.

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How to Build a Brand When You Aren't an Expert

Marketing School

04:26 min | 1 year ago

How to Build a Brand When You Aren't an Expert

"Committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel, and today we are going to talk about how to build a brand when you are not an expert. So a lot of people are asking US hey, how do I build a brand I'm getting into this field I'm learning law and decide you know what fake it till I make it what do I do and you have to real options the first option is you can just way and then once you get really good at it and you think you're all as quote unquote expert grew whatever you WANNA call it. Then by all means blog about it creep video content odd cast The other option and this is the one I would recommend is you don't have to get expert to build a brand you can share your journey you can share the mistakes you learn, you ensure the pros, the cost, and eventually not only will you learn what to do, what not to do your followers or the fallen that year solely attracting will also learn what to do and what not to do. But eventually as you gain more and more expensive the month over the years you'll be then seen as experts have to be expert. You don't WanNA call yourself expert to share what's working for you in that industry on what's not be super open open book you transparent So I was actually just GonNa say something similar around document your journey in the beginning when people when you maybe feel like imposter and you don't feel like you have enough to teach you don't feel like you're good enough I think happened. So a lot of people when they're starting out and I think that stops them from starting. It's also painful when people don't see results for the first two to three years or so and what I would say is a good example of this is Gary Chuck. He doesn't particularly teach as much as he just. He just had a camera guy following him around d rock and he was just documenting every part of the journey on his team chop things up and that would be sources content, and then he would realize that now he's you're saying this like I don't have to think about all the content I need to produce because just living my life I'm being me he's being very authentic to himself. So in the very beginning, is there any way you can document especially if you become really really successful and people can see from the very beginning there like Even more. It doesn't matter how crappy your video your equipment is how bad you sounded the beginning while people are going to appreciate the raw ethnic you and then they're gonna see your journey another continue to follow you because they're interested in senior story people. Dave Chapelle said people don't follow comedians because they're funny. They follow comedians because they're interesting and so how can you be interesting? You document your journey, you get stronger and stronger don't give up an I feel at that point success has given. So yeah, and what you'll find is throughout your journey. Joe Come through a lot of things that can help you become expert without you realizing as he had a bigger audience, you may be asked to be interviewed on other podcasts. He will may want to interview. You may end up doing speeches at conferences. All these things will help brand your salt and make you be seen as experts, but it doesn't happen overnight and when I look at companies like groove h q a lot of people don't know but they documented their journey and eventually became super successful Gary Banner Chuck was undoing Wine Library. TV. Back. In the day for so many years spitting wind. He wasn't like I know wind better than anyone else. He was doing a show until just telling people what they feel about. You know wine in how it tastes like I remember he was on Conan one time he's again this is how it tastes like a song with dirt try chewing Konin and stuff like that wasn't near just trying to be an expert who is more so distinct this is how it is. This is how I get to know why is this is how I relate to? Overtime people like Oh, Shit your expert. You know this? Really well, it wasn't because he's saying he's an expert he's documenting his processes tasting wine, and at the same time, other people start interviewing. Esam to speak our conference getting known. That's what really helped him up over the years as well. If you even look at Logan, Paul you look at Pudi Pie, you look at Casey Nights, lot of them. They are just kind of even Graham Stephan to he's actually Graham. Stephon Stephan Show where he reacts to things actually he teaches but the the other three people I talked about before again Casey nights that Logan Paul, these types of people they're just

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White House and president Trump plays down coronavirus threat.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:36 min | 1 year ago

White House and president Trump plays down coronavirus threat.

"President Donald Trump blamed a fight for oil market share between Saudi Arabia and Russia as well as unspecified fake news for a significant drop in. Us stock prices yesterday amid sliding demand for crude due to the corona virus on Monday major US stock indices dropped seven percent with the Dow Jones industrial average plummeting. Two thousand points. After oil prices slumped as much as twenty two percent in a separate tweet. He downplayed the impact of the virus. Comparing the number of American lives. It has taken to the greater number of deaths from seasonal influenza. Making it clear he himself hasn't been able to intellectualize the significance of corona virus the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has advised elderly and unwell Americans to avoid crowds in order to limit the impact of the virus. But the White House said it was business as usual as the seventy three year old. Donald Trump attended a fundraising event in Florida unlike flew the current outbreak concerns a new virus. For which there is no vaccine and no natural immunity in the population. Kovic nineteen has only just begun to spread in the US. Nancy Massani a head of the CDC's National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases said more than five hundred cases of the virus had been reported in thirty four states and Washington DC. As of Sunday night nineteen people had died eighteen of them in Washington state with the other fatality in California. According to the World Health Organization around one hundred six thousand cases and around three thousand five hundred deaths have been confirmed worldwide. This seems to be a disease that affects adults and most seriously older adults Massoni said. Starting at age sixty there is an increasing risk of disease and the risk increases with age despite reports of an attendee at the recent conservative political action conference near Washington falling sick with corona virus off to interacting with senior Republicans including the Texas Senator Ted Cruz. The White House denied reports that the nation's top officials would change their routine. Jeremy Konin Dyke who is head of foreign disaster assistance led the Obama Administration's response to the Abo- around break in West Africa said on twitter. I cannot overstate how risky it is to be exposing the president of the United States to events like this right now.

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"konin" Discussed on Evidence In Motion Clinical

Evidence In Motion Clinical

12:40 min | 2 years ago

"konin" Discussed on Evidence In Motion Clinical

"They are starting full degrees in the concept of cannabis degroot gooseberries. You can specialize in the cultivation of agriculture of the plant itself you can focus into the healthcare setting you can focus into the business setting setting whether it be the tax laws or banking industries and so to a certain extent. Yes we are way behind but with that said. I'm not not an advocate of rushing and getting behind this one hundred percent because I think if we go fast too soon we WANNA be obviously be careful of our credibility. Which is why live is fully support factual information coming out with what voice from an association. That's good historical perspective there you know on where parts fit in within the really physical therapy and you know. I like your thoughts about how this could fit into the curriculum because I think you know as educator Educator Myself. You know there's always this idea behind curricular creep. You know I it always seems every every year. Isn't it that we're always always like this would be great to add in you. Just start getting almost like bombarded with areas and topics that can be added in whether it be dry needling or this the topic. We're talking about now or something else you know. It's just it always seems like it's something and so it's nice to hear that you don't feel like you have to basically rewrite your curriculum to fit this in because obviously it's a part of many different systems that cannabis you know relates to infects so it makes complete sense that it doesn't have to be a major component on it but we need something in order to start learning about it otherwise we're like you said patients are. GonNa come in and we're going to have our own bias or perceptions or things along those lines so just good points to bring up in curricular creep is real and it doesn't unfortunately a company things that we remove typically so we're constantly putting more and more into the curriculum as of now a two hour presentation can't really provide a good solid foundation for clinicians to understand doc what it is. It's happening around now. We can expand that to a full day workshop and really have people get caught up to speed as it relates to the laws yes for example because as I travel around and speak to individuals of different states also tailor the presentation to their state however it's important to understand understand that regardless of your own state law you need to be aware of your surroundings straight loss because if individual can travel two hours across the lion and have a better opportunity to access with looking looking for certainly they will so. It's really important to know even if it's not legal in any form in Iran state in their pockets of the country where it's not it will be naturally. We're seeing some really interesting things everywhere. State laws are overriding federal laws and I think one of the interesting things is going to be the next national election cycle e costs. Let me give you greg's apple. I alluded earlier to how the largest population that's pushing his seems to be the senior citizens in Florida where I am in the last election in two thousand sixteen the President won the state of Florida by about one hundred twenty or so thousand votes vote's not a lot of votes right soon after that our governor was elected in our commissioner of agriculture was elected both on on a grow cannabis platform there are now three hundred fifty or so thousand medical marijuana carb users Florida Florida in it is estimated by the next election. There will be about a half a million. If you're a anti cannabis running for president candidate handed it you will not with the State of Florida which is a swing state in a national election. That's how powerful this issue is right now. Just in this state the state you're seeing similar. Events of other states where banking laws are changing industry is changing in. There's job creation as a resulted this it really what's happening is this has moved so fast that the state government are simply trying to figure out ways to regulate number want which is a good idea from safety perspective but in all honesty exit number two because what's really interesting in this business right now is technically a majority of it is still illegal. You cannot markets for example. THC It's still a schedule want illegal drug in the United States. However are you still pay taxes so you're allowed to run a business but this'll wanting allowed to have a dispensary you cannot take tax write offs S. You cannot deposit your money in a bank because they are. FDIC shirt and they can't take illegal drug money but you pay taxes to the government so it's like the wild wild west right out every aspect of this but we can't slow this down. This is moving at a speed unlike anything anything we have ever seen before and ultimately the laws will catch up federal regulation will standardize a lot of what we see at which will be faced with just a slightly different statute in each state but the neighboring states if they're equivalent of their statutes you will see people flock from one state to the other and we're seeing saying that now with Florida. I'm sure Branson Arizona. We see a lot of snowbirds that come down and they're trying to figure out if you will how they can access some more reciprocity so that they can do whatever they do. In the state. They're coming from at just transferred across state lines or Florida truly fascinating to hear that perspective give in to switch gears a little bit here Jeff. You know I've heard these different terms being used. I mean you hear about CBD. There's hemp medical marijuana and obviously recreational marijuana. What are the differences between these because I think it's important. It seems like it's important to know what that is right. That's a great question so so I guess to start is understand that this is a plant we're talking about. It's not a drug unless it's made separately as an a synthetic for but it's an actual plant in the plant is grown in many places it can be grown in Colombia can be grown up Portland Oregon in so the plant a- as it grows can come in different force and what are the forms that engrossing is CD and CD is a non you've four component of the plant and the other side you'll see is the thc or the virtuous marijuana which does have the euphoric effect act and what are the greatest concerns about the THC nowadays particularly from a recreational perspective is that it's a lot stronger than it used to be so if you go back into the sixties seventies in advocates say well. There's really no reason why this can't be legal adult recreational use. We used to do it way back. Then Cetera et Cetera or the concerns medically right now is that the growth of the THC in the plant is significantly higher than ever used to be almost three times higher than it was huck aids ago itself itself is actually THC however it's an incredibly low dosage of TAC's point three percent point three percent of of marijuana's count it so it doesn't have a thc in it to create a fork effect in fact the farm bill that was passed in December of this past year was passed because hemp is at natural plant product that is used around the world at any other countries to develop things like from industrial-style paper various forms of Colognes at lotions rope natural gases and so what we found here United States was at there's there's an argument to separate him out of the rest of the plant particularly out of the THC capone and use that to create jobs allow allow farmers to have opportunities to grow and export these products in why this became where it is today was decades ago through the Nixon mm-hmm and the Reagan administrations there was an original we call drugs schedule classification in the classification marijuana as the global term was scheduled in the first classification schedule one that was alongside of heroin and LSD in so one of the reasons why we don't have a lot of good studies on this right now is we're not allowed to study marijuana just like we're not allowed to study. LSD or a heroin. It's not likely it's going to pass an institutional review. Board objects can write whatever the government has created pathway for this at so through a number of different applications fair amount of money to apply for these applications and a couple of years you can get approval through the government to you perform your studies if thc is involved with a significant amount of restrictions and typically it limited forms of the type of thc they have and and again as I mentioned if they have one grow planters university in this country that has federally approved grow plants and that's the issue that we usually studies but the ground in Mississippi versus Portland Oregon versus Columbia is completely different in that's a really important point because if somebody asked you this where are patients typically say quite frankly. This is what a lot physical therapist asked me to is. CBD good does it work that sequence me asking you do you like micro beer tastes snack many different products and there's actually studies that have shown where individuals have gone up and down the streets of communities where they've been selling cbd various stores and they pull those out and go testament elapsed they find out there's actually no. CB Dan those products whatsoever and you can see that type of situation all the way to everything from CBD infused beer to obviously CBD gummy as an out as their golf courses in Canada that encourage you to come there so that you can enjoy CBD at each hole Ashok. Our various parts of the country is a significant arguing a recruitment tool in early. One of the biggest opposition to this industry streep was the beer industry but they maxi not one eighty and now there are some of the biggest investors because they were concerned that the people found usage Dan either recreational or St D. that they would stay all the burs so instead they found a match if you will and now you see microbreweries with CBD coming up all over the country Jeff. This is really just a fascinating discussion and I know one. That'll be super interesting for our listeners and an issue that you know on kind of the leading edge of where we're heading in healthcare as we move towards a close I wanNA throw one little SORTA curveball and maybe take us back to quote unquote more traditional sort of Rehab but you obviously have a dual role of having been very actively involved in both physical therapy education an and athletic training education in dual credential than so you've seen over the many years the sort of the rivalries scope of practice issues all the sort of been fighting whatever you WANNA call it between tease. ATC's and you know most recently I think it was at the next conference the President of the Athletic Training Association as well as Sharon done the president of Ta got together and it seems that our professions are finally starting to realize we're not each other's enemies but perhaps we're actually colleagues in this whole pursuit of a less invasive non-surgical less Pharma less imaging sort of future of healthcare both of which pt and athletic trainers owners. I think fit perfectly into that strategy so my question is what are your thoughts on this. What I think is a renewed sense of collaboration between our professions and where. Where do you see it headed going forward? Why Gye certainly hope you're right on that. This isn't New Era Tori Lindley came out to Chicago and shared a stage took Sharon done and then Sharon actually came out to Las Vegas for the athletic training and shared a stage with Tori. I think on the national level the leaders are on the Saint Age and what's really going to be important is that at the state and.

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"konin" Discussed on Evidence In Motion Clinical

Evidence In Motion Clinical

12:37 min | 2 years ago

"konin" Discussed on Evidence In Motion Clinical

"The goal to further your knowledge base and bridge the gap of what was to what will be are you ready. Let's go welcome to to the EM clinical podcasts where we talk with diverse individuals within the healthcare environment and beyond. I am joined today by my co host Dr John Childs today. We are talking with Dr Jeff Conan Jeff is a PT ATC by training and is currently the clinical professor and director of the doctor of Athletic Training Program at Florida International University Jeff has worked with a number of athletes all over the country. He's also been an uneducated for many years at several different institutions and just to give the listeners some context jeff and I go way back actually to when I was in undergraduate the program at James Madison University where Jeff really served as a mentor to me before I started pt schools so it's Great Jeff to have you back and to discuss an interesting interesting topic today so welcome to the show. Thank you mark John. It's a pleasure reenact especially with this case mark. Yeah awesome awesome to see how paths continuously tenuously Cross and gravy on the show and it's funny because I look back number at gm you and L. things change over the years. I remember when we were working together. You are really into the concussion kind of domain and and it's interesting to see now where your focus is within the topic of cannabis within healthcare of care so I'm really interested to see how did you get interested in this line of Education and interest so ironically it actually came from concussion and I was out west teaching a concussion workshop and one of the participants who is a physical therapists from San Francisco California Post posed a question and he said many of my patients smoke marijuana recreationally in. I'm curious what your thoughts are Jeff if I'm treating them and they have posted cussin' symptoms should I encourage them to stop smoking so that I can have a better accurate assessment of their memory Marie perhaps of their gaze of their balance and I thought to myself never had to come up in a question before but sure it made logical sense to me. You want to do everything you can answer. Get good accurate assessment thought I was off the hook there but he asked are two of his question and the question was would about those who don't smoke and they have post cussin' symptoms that relate to migraines anxiety difficulty falling staying asleep he said should I encourage them him to try a little bit of cannabis in the field. I wasn't as comfortable answering that question and I really had no foundational education background to answer the question so I promise it when I got back home I would look this up summit reconnect with him and I became fascinated and I started to look at literature so I shot him a note back. I wrote what a blog about this and the more I read the more I became more fascinated. I started getting more questions about it. Then dawned on me that medicinal marijuana marijuana is legal in thirty three states and CD cannabis is now becoming more and more accessible throughout this country and there's another world out there where it's being used so I just really got excited and fascinated to learn about this and learn about how it works and what the differences excellent and most importantly how does it impact what we do from a clinical care perspective of our patients and one thing led to another. I put in a couple of proposals to speak on the topic. Jordan have been accepted now. I'm receiving invitations to speak on the topic and educator on this topic. My goal is is to help the practitioner understand how this fits into the realm of care. If in fact it does at all that's interesting Jeff. I mean it's kind of a hot topic topic here you know candidates within healthcare and I'm kind of wondering have you had any like criticism of getting into this line within our profession and maybe the realm home of course I had criticism starting in my house for my family and so what has gotten into you. What are you doing. What are you up to and and when I talk to our colleagues majority of them are a little bit skeptical aunt. What I simply say is. Let me chat with you for about ten minutes in all all. I'M GONNA do is share with you. How I got into this and what I'm learning about it and trying to figure out what's happening around us because quite frankly it's his big elephant the room and most of only know what we know from our perceptions of growing up from our hearsay. CETERA ET CETERA and there's an awful lot of aces out there in fact you know what's really interesting to me is the population that seems the most interested in this. Are The elderly folks there on fixed incomes but they're really tired of using a dozen plus pills that are very expensive and they're talking to their neighbors. They're using Google in their figuring hang out ways to try things in granted. They're certainly placebo effects a lot of what we do but it can't be coincidence that so many of them are saying. I I feel better and I've been trying all these other approaches and I found something that's helped me so while an N. of one is really not high level. Oh evidence a lot of ones that you hear over and over and over again just had me thinking about what is actually happy and surely I'm not the only one in and yes I still have some critics and again. I'm not really promoting the use of any form of cannabis whether it be t h C C CBD ham boils. I'm educating so people understand why patients are looking into this and what the research shows and how we need to get involved in the biggest concern I have if we turn a blind eye to what's around us if our patients come in to clinical setting and save you a marker John. What do you think about CBD if you don't know or your answer is completely against it it my gut senses. Dave already looked into it they may in fact already using it and this is an issue of them with your trust and if they don't feel like corre board or you don't know enough about it. They're not going to tell you what they're doing. They're going to go back and Google Sophomore and asked to France neighbors and I think that it's important that we understand stand the light which we can speak to that. Here's the facts that are out there. In fact let's be proactive and let's have patient education information that we can provide to them and say a here's what you should know about this unhappy to answer your questions. If I don't know the answer I'll look it up and I'll get back with you but think about this. If you are commuting somewhat you WanNa know what medications are on. You want to know if they're seeing other practitioners and if you don't have this knowledge because if they're taking cannabis in a medicinal format they're seeking different physician more than likely so now they're getting care from multiple physicians. We know so. I think it's a trust issue. I think it's also an issue of our quality of care to have a comprehensive background knowing everything that can impact the patient's illness or injury that we're managing Jeff. This is is a really timely. I mean as an entrepreneur get pitched. That seemed like a day goes by something doesn't come across some deal network on investing in some cannabis cannabis related business so clearly this is an emerging area and even within our own profession. We're starting to talk about within physical therapy educational circles all about whether cannabis education should be included in the curriculum and as you probably know jeff from being actively involved in this discussion. The House of delegates actually considered a motion at the next meeting in Chicago for Abtei to develop materials physical therapists could use as resources for educating patients since about you know the use of cannabis related to healthcare now that motion I think was narrowly defeated but nonetheless at least the first time to my knowledge. I think especially on the docket so I guess my question is you know as you look across sort of healthcare and you'll look into. Let's say the physical therapy profession or athletic training. Where are we in this discussion. Are we progressive in the fact that we even had this on the docket or in other healthcare professions. They're widely talking about this and we're way behind as Rehab professionals and just give me your thoughts on sort of where we are in thinking about this issue in terms of being ahead or behind the curve. That's a great question and John. I was actually in the Gallery in Chicago when the discussion slash debate occurred in the house of delegates this was RC for C. Sixty seven dash nineteen in an actually did pass past fifty one to forty nine and it was really interesting dialogue back and fourth. I have to tell you I had to be restrained in this gallery because the motion wasn't about advocating at behalf again it was about putting a worker together to develop resources for members for cannabis. I was really mind boggled why we would be opposed to that and honestly as I listened. He was like Oh Qasem of WANNA travel speak about this individuals practicing in states where there's significant get access to this were at supports and said he look. It's not coming year. I see this with patients every day. It would be really really a fault if we had a body of our membership helped together. All the resources and then others were in states where perhaps they don't see this much or perhaps perhaps her personal beliefs are against this fought against it and so it came to a really narrow vote but it wants proof but in discussions afterwards. I had certain people it did feel like even though it was approved it was going to be a priority our agenda of developing these resources anytime zip. I have had only two of my proposals to speak on this topic not accepted what was for the upcoming combined sections meeting and what was for the upcoming Educational Leadership Conference both physical therapy now. Maybe they weren't well written abstracts attracts. Maybe they didn't fit into the theme of the meetings. I don't know but your question about where this fits into. The curriculum is a really fascinating one for me. It can it at the very beginning as we try to understand. 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"konin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"konin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"At ten o'clock till about to step down and see us the Home Depot or have a hot dog. Or if you got questions, come on Konin personally happy to answer questions at the Home Depot in Franklin Franklin right on south twenty seventh street and we've talked earlier, but the business started. In seven seven seven two. Now, you built it to sixty employees, you, it's, it's a very strong employees culture. If there are electric or heating, Tex del for a great company to work for you guys are expanding you need people. Yup. Installers, where we're always looking for a good quality people that fitter culture at our values and like to earn good money and work hard, who doesn't want that cool. So you must have Texas, specialize, indie electron IX and in the automation. So we try to make sure everyone gets round well rounded training, but we have some types that are stronger than other things. But we have a training lab that's about three thousand square feet, and we have everything product that we sell is in that lab at it's in their working. So we have a fulltime trainer. That's all he does is technical training and then also communication training for not only technicians are sales, people, even in our office people, so we really invest in the training side of things for ploys. Wanna make sure they feel confident when they go and so on. It's home to do something. I've been giving your website all day which is capital. HVAC dot at best way to get hold of you are always available on the web. You can call us twenty four seven four four three eight four four eight two two four and four three eight four HVAC and, or have you take care.

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"konin" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"konin" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Konin just the bet. I've got some thoughts on this awful missing persons case. The missing mother in Connecticut, which has gaining a whole lot of national attention. So hang on. We'll we'll get into a ton of this. I got so much to cram in the final half hour and including the back and forth with President Trump and the don't be London mayor and that's coming up in just a bit. TK is an Anchorage, Alaska. Hello, TK. You're on Schnitt. Welcome. I am well. Like you I, I have to have a case, I but honestly, I could I could care less what people think iphone ten and I just think feels neat. It's, it's very well made good your hand, but the damn thing is slippery. And I totally know what you mean about kicking it down the subway. Yeah. Unless the fact is, is that there is a contingent of folks that want to show off their impressive sleek thousand dollar phone, and they don't wanna case hinder that view or those that think, oh my God. This is so beautiful. How can I put a case on it? But in a practical, real world environment. You gotta have a case on these expensive phones. You're going to drop them, you're going to damage them if they're not protected, so you use a case spot. Obviously, you don't like it you you'd like your phone to be like, you know, all. Armor plated on its own and not. Yeah. Yeah. I hear you loud and clear. Hey, listen. Thanks for the call. I appreciate. I just got a text. I got a text from one of the big league management. Dudes from Mike Colorado affiliates on by always mountain time radio on all of our, Colorado.

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"konin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"konin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Recovered physically after spending some time in the hospital, but when she heard a little boy was hit by a foul ball and an Indians game this past Saturday. The memories came rushing back in my family went through everything years ago. One of the things that suggested was putting putting all around the field. It hasn't happened. Unfortunately, now somebody else's entered the boy was taken to the hospital afterwards. Many sitting near where it happened described the voice screams as horrific one last hurrah for a man being arrested in northern Indiana over the weekend. Rob konin? Explain Wilbur of Hobart was pulled over for not stopping to stop sign and having his head out of the window yelling hurrah at people Wilbur gone out of his truck punch, the state, trooper yelled hurrah, again, got back in his truck and drove off escaping. Police later that night too late station officer found Wilbur and a bar. They arrested him and took him to the Lake County jail, or officers say he fell to the ground continued to yell Wilbur is now facing numerous charges. Rob counted ninety three WIBC mobile new. There are unconfirmed reports James hole. Sauers historic run on jeopardy is over what appears to be leaked online shows wholesaler, finally being defeated after winning thirty two straight episodes and raking nearly two point five million dollars in the show isn't commenting on the report. The Golden State Warriors got even with the Toronto Raptors in game two of the NBA finals last night. It was thanks to their defense says warriors head coach Steve Kerr all about our defense and we hold them into thirty seven percent. And, you know force fifteen turnovers and it was championship defense, and that's what it's going to tunnel. Score one oh nine one zero four game three and Oakland on Wednesday. A new study finds that drinking twenty five cups of coffee day is no worse for your heart than drinking one Cup day. Researchers with the British heart foundation looked at more than eight thousand people who drank very new amounts of coffee and compared their. MRI scans the data seem to contradict previous studies. That's existed coffee, stiffens arteries and increases the risk of getting a heart attack, sunny and seventy three on monument circle on Kirk, darling. And I'm John Herrick on the level on the go, and on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIBC dot com. Why from the heartland, and the crossroads of America? It's Tony cats today. The president is in London getting the tour. He's, he's into Buckingham Palace. There's been Westminster Abbey. I think he's going to, you know, go to a pub, but man doesn't drink side. I don't know what he's going to do. They're maybe do the whole Abbey Road thing. One is central take off shoes. The relationship. Matters quite a bit. Cindy con is the mayor of London. Oh, does he not like Donald Trump? Calling Donald Trump a fascist. That's original. A new all together Inouye exciting. Writing in the observer con has condemned at the red carpet treatment being to President Trump. Be a guest of Queen.

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"konin" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"konin" Discussed on KOMO

"Corwin Hake, KOMO news. The ex wife of the world's richest man, pledges to give away half her fortune to charity MacKenzie bazo signed the giving pledge which is a campaign to get the ultra wealthy to pledge at least half of their fortunes to charitable causes. She does not see how she plans to give money away, the divorce left her with about four percent of Amazon, which is now worth more than thirty six billion dollars, created by Warren Buffett and Bill and Melinda gates those who join can give away their money while they're alive or given structures in their wills, including MacKenzie bazo a total of two hundred and four people have now signed onto the pledge below Neil, KOMO news as the Seattle area becomes more crowded, and more expensive to live in the mayor of Spokane. Can seize an opportunity to grow his city at the expense of Seattle. Komo's Eric Heintz explains. Mayor David condonation visiting the Seattle area and selling Spokane as a place with an educated, workforce, cheap housing shorter commutes and lots of amenities. He focuses on contacting alumni of the five universities, that operate in the Spokane region, and hopefully might move jobs to the state's second largest city, the focus is on business decision makers between the ages of twenty five and forty and jobs that pay between sixty thousand and one hundred twenty five thousand dollars a year. Mayor Konin says top targets include jobs and finance healthcare and insurance as well as manufacturing. Eric Heintz, KOMO news. Komo news time twelve ten on sports now from the Harley exterior sports desk. The Mariners hope for more of the same tonight as they continue their home stand in Soto. Here's Tom hutler elementary clinches series win over Texas tonight. Something they haven't done in quite some. They also Rangers in game two of their three-game series. Seattle play just about as solid game as a have all year last night, six to win featuring strong pitching. By Tommy Malone, a towering home run into the third deck by Daniel Vogel back at four stolen bases by Alex Smith, including a steal of home manager, Scott service asked if this was the most complete game they'd played in a while. We did bullpen like I said everybody. At.

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"konin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"konin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Gary in the hopes of an American team into the doubles championships are to Winker for Tillis traded. It's called the Frazier of tiddlywinks, Larry Khan, and David Lockwood links. Not what you did when you're five years old tournament too is a fascinating combination of physical sculpt micro level and positional strategy and the community of Winkler's is a wonderful thing. That's Dave Lockwood who met Larry Khan when they were MIT students in the nineteen seventies and began to wink, Larry Khan, the elite of this dotting duo of Winker as one hundred and fourteen world national tiddlywinks titles. The most in history, Dave the dragon Lockwood as he's called is second with forty one. They're playing for their sixth doubles title. We have been the world pairs champions before we wanted five times in a row in the nineties last twenty one years ago. So we're trying to reclaim the title twenty one years after we last one Larry's got lots. Titles, but I'm dropping the ratings. Let's see how this works or partners screening yelp. We watched them practice recently in the suburban basement outside of Washington DC addressed like suburban Dadge theme park, Dave Lockwood and a t-shirt scarlet track pants and running shoes. Larry Khan shorts and sandals. And yes, worn with White Sox. The winters used a quarter size. Just called a swinger to plink small colorful dish called wings better about the size of a dime toward a Cup. That's about the size of shop plants. Wow, tiddlywinks patented Nate teen. Eighty eight parlor game for adults over decades. It was taken by children and students at Cambridge Oxford nem IT took over tiddlywinks in the mid nineteen fifties. Join contestants from the kind of math, and engineering prodigies who probably didn't want to wring their heads plane football. The object of the game is to sink the most winks that's called potty is basically two things the pressure for the distance. And you got a cut the section of arc between in the Cup. But players can try to block a pot with maneuver called squawk looking their winks onto an opponent's. What his red chips to wink, Dart's. Aqap. Sure. Covers. Right. Good and lucky but mostly good only in Frazier. I'm sorry Konin Lockwood say their engineering background helps them understand the angles and probabilities of the game, even though some tiddlywinks term sound like they're from the moms of Winnie, the Pooh and piglet, Larry, what's your piddle piddle is when you are in top of another, wink and your relationship pile, and you try and squeeze that wink out from under everything else. It's a very Philly gentle delicate high-precision shot before you make even gentle fun of egghead. Engineers playing child's game come to our website. She video of Dave Lockwood. Larry Khan, inaction tiddlywinks fund. All there's something lovely in the flight and tumble of a Welsh wink game is quicker than baseball easier to follow the hockey. And if you wanna be or you don't have to pay ten dollars. Just get one out of the fridge. Links is really enriched your lives, hasn't it? Greatly to have instant friends who do the same weird thing that that I do has been an amazing addition to my life. It opened the world to me. Well, some ways it's really cool. I'm in the Guinness Book of world records for having the most world winds recognition of peers on the other hand doesn't make much of a difference. I mean, it doesn't improve your health universe about going over and playing for the championship together in Cambridge not really I really want this. Dave the dragon Lockwood and Larry Khan, join us now from Cambridge on Skype, gentlemen. What happened? When one value hand they've came through on three winks the pot it out and came from behind. Oh, that's terrific news. Good work. Dave you potted three weeks? We were down eleven three after two games and came back to win twenty seven twenty two. Oh, that's terrific. Larry, I do think America has an important question for you this morning. Okay. Did you wear socks with your sandals? Sox? But no sandals. Okay. Larry Khan, and Dave Lockwood. The and Frazier of tiddlywinks champions once again. Thanks so much for being with us, gentlemen. Thank you. The NFL draft wraps up today. In a retro theme music hasn't been selected yet on this last day of the draft leagues returning to its first field in the Mississippi River town of rock island, Illinois Benjamin pain of member station. W K reports the first Super Bowl was in nineteen sixty seven the Green Bay Packers. Played the Kansas City Chiefs..

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"konin" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"konin" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Are today in terms of trying to drum up narratives, by the way. I would like to also add that I worked for Prager university of she won by orthodox Jew on a single democrat showed up to the embassy opening Jerusalem. I sat on a plane for eighteen hours to make sure that I was there. I'm deeply offended by the insinuation of a revealing that clip without the question that was asked of me. Good for you. That's awesome. That's right, by the way. Youtube had to disable the chat during the live streamed hearing, you know, why why because I hate. The hearing on hate got shut down because of online hate guys with the Konin section. Yeah. By the way, would you call this a related story? Yeah. A little bit. The failing New York Times is shocked to learn the social media isn't real life. No fewer than one in four adults are actively using Twitter every day and the percentage of people who are really engaged his way less than that. In the article goes deeper revealing how well maybe the Democrats haven't gone quite as far left as the media and people like Alexandro Cossio Cortez would try to lead you to believe. It says the L say this all the time the outspoken group of democratic leaning voters on social media is outnumbered roughly two to one by the more. Moderate more diverse and less educated group of Democrats who typically don't post political content online, essentially saying a lot of the social Justice warriors. You see on Twitter. It's a bunch of white kids in college bright who all of a sudden to live for something. This is the price who are who are telling black people what they should believe. Right. But you go to the protests at different places, where do you see a lot of young white people? Yep. Roughly a quarter of Democrats count as ideologically consistent. Progressives who told the party line or something further to the left on just about every issue. But only a portion of them perhaps one in ten Democrats overall might identify as democratic socialist. But they're gonna get Joe Biden out of that race. That's what they're saying the best that they can boy that stuff is very interesting. All right. Got to get to this. I guess you would call this a cautionary tale that if you get.

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"konin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"konin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Bullet band. The second period of tonight's game is presented by Florida catcher specialists and research institute were hope is powered by science. Here's Dave Michigan. Dow want nothing after one in the second period. Nice lots down the net to our right. David duke. Nick will be the goal to our lot lighting up to find a way to break down this team a little bit more. Gotta. Got it. Task. I think they've got to use their speed a little bit more. And then you're going to get a penalty. They're going to get a power play because team half the book him a little bit or. And you know, all those Nikki neck, cookie penalties changed detained. Sara Lee and cut in at center ice. Surly Wednesday were underway in period to Eric Chernick gathers on the right wing into lightning zone up the middle. Caloric reflex. It income center. Kononen Sara Lee track the puck behind the Minnesota net. Konin one arms it up the far side for Prec. He is checked by pinching Chernick, your serenity grabbing it at the right circle. Sara at the right point cycles for Cologne, right corner. He gets bumped breezy. Trying to clear again held in for churn ACA right point, shot right on saved may Duke. Nick. Mcdonagh follows up what point shot blocked, but follow-up JT Miller left point Miller. Pivots angles toward the center point sweeps. At by Sara Lee, grabs it right circle strong ship of the lightning. Here's a penalty. Come Minnesota, hold the turnout at the right point couldn't hold it. And he backpedals to the red line. The net is now empty for the lightning under the late penalty. Call strong opening shift with lightning here in the second. Mcdonagh back in front of that vacated headman feet. Steven stamkos to center. Just hold onto it. Most setting back to his own zone, which he does for mcdonagh up the left wing now, it's kucherov up the middle of crossed the blood headman Victor into the right circle. Dr kucherov right circle. He is checked by D'amoto touches at boy. The lightning got a full life change their delayed penalty. Call. Born with mcdonagh number nineteen going gonna get the Assam grab rate by the face off circle. I think it is him. Anyway. Holding would be the call. It is uncommon. One thousand nine hundred rolling light near I in the league in the power play twenty nine point three percent seventeenth.

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"konin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"konin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Of as Levski. One by stall. Grabbed by Brody into the left point a pass picked up by Victor Hedman headman will curl by the lightning net and wind up air comes Victor. Up the left wing to center ice a pass for Tyler Johnson connects across the blood love circle Johnson pulls up a fee to point left circle who a little tough angled backhand shots. Sneaky one Duke. Nick was ready for it made the save light here now shooting Minnesota ten nine personally. I think he was trying to pass it to kucherov. Seem look up the replay. You'll see him look up, and he looks like a. That almost work though. Exactly. Because I don't think of Nick was ever expected them to pass to the cross. Face off to the right of Dumi. Johnson kind of tie up. Who's got it Johnson? After it to the left circle loses to Konin couldn't clear held in and LaPointe shot blocked off the block. It comes out to center ice. Deandre already. Short pass kucherov across the blonde for Johnson, Senator point he'll tap it left corner. Kucherov who drop banks will appoint for headman Victor Hedman at the center point back for kucherov centerpoint, LaPointe, headman books to shoot. He does shoot. Save dude. Nick rebound Brodine the far side. Kevin Fiala couldn't clear a week clearing attempt blocked by kucherov holds in love circle. Dart by that. Now, the right circle who Trump wheeling right point connects with Tyler jobs at center point high slot coup. Drop makes a move to get open right circle. Backhand shots Duke. Nick, Nick, didn't give much to shoot at made a great move to get loose Parisi. The way for cutting across right circle shot kicked up by vaslav ski right to kucherov. They'll for point of the middle headman leading the charge lightning. One thing in the first lightning ready for change. Headman? Just dumps in and heads off to the lightning bench. Lloyd, good play by that time one. Oh, five left period. Spurgeon left wing Jordan Greenway lightning again, big strong, four takes left corner across handle by Spurgeon right point shot blocked in front. Berg on the rebound of the right corner. Looking for Eric behind the net. Colbert a steal the far side. Caloric out to Sara Lee at center three a two maybe on the right wing Miller that's going to be offside Coburn was gone. Yeah. Suitor made a good play their Philly away Miller space and forced him to slow up through the playoffs. Jackley? But even before Schiraldi passed it Miller, if he flips that to the left side now Gobert coming up, I don't know whether he's yelling or not you can't tell from here. But I'm sure he was but sometimes in a play like that you don't hear your teammates. Here's somebody Yellen. But you're not sure who it is. You don't pass it. Stamkos install from neutralize one by the lightning Cherniak gives to Ryan. Mcdonagh on the left wing. He whistles it in puck played by stamp goes, right circle. Checking America, stall and DeNardo steals. Hops. It out to center Chernick knocks down with under thirty seconds left in the period looks to make a play to a teammate. He's got plot plot. No stall. But he fumbled. It fortunately for the lightning Plotto regroup for stamp goes just taps it in no room though for the lightning to make a play suit. Or the other way for Ryan D'amoto flips at Ford, mcdonagh blocks down. Bouncing all over the place here. Five seconds left in the period zuccarello destroyed it back for Spurgeon in the Minnesota and the.

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"konin" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"konin" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"I'm done with child. That was the last caller. I am done with this month, boom marine. Obviously, go ahead. I got to get the fuck away from Mike. Fan, but all these negative way on have man sometimes. Sometimes you. Bro. You love. I want. Where does he get around? Mario and start changing now. Now, it's three of them from fucking low. Hey, why don't? Nigger head tall. You look strong from your shoulders up man for the The fuck. fuck already. Come to you again. I come for you, again, if you're meringue again a man coming anyway young man, I think I think I'm older than you though. The one client about twenty one euros need respect. Oh. Anyone you're twenty one and you can tell you. I'm. I'm sure. Tell you until you can shortly to on. Are you one woman you sound short black woman with a Spanish night? I'm not I'm going through. About usual to. About my guy. Kinda got heated. Talk to me, don't respect short black women out there for that. If. Telling fibs is that you case smoke caught missed with this. Tell him again and crime. Isn't that? Going on. I guess he thinking got balls. But if that's his this shit's ridiculous, you an ink on a tree kissing that in rom. So what? At it. Almost ninety. Mario. But but I guess when Mario thirty seconds calls already wasted. Go ahead. Go ahead finish. Unreal. Fifty. Actually. So he says she got down by new down. Why there? One another. We're looking for that going. Last thing. I did was letting meal lick me down some UK. Yeah. Lick them down like a stamp now. I'm gonna use it. Because AJ said it that's your. That was last caller AJ settling down in verse. I'm use it against narrow govern bar for your our. 'cause I got beats made me find some be put a beat on. Mario. I really. That's what people were saying in the chat last time our own ever do it over a beat. But the last time we tried it over beat it sound like shit. Remember, nobody can hear it because I really got the beat. Anyway, though, like, they sent me new b but I ain't got it on board. So I wanna do with on any RV say a Khan, remember one thing, I said, the truth your soul phone might skid speak. Now you want to not my head off. He put hey, but I mean put him, but I don't believe this head should I worry about improve your Mike now going down the road, hands up, son. This is dangerous life. You don't want this injuries? It should've said that would arrive of sounded RV RV. I'm glad that you support the show with that. You know, the traffic are to have inli- He end. ended the woman how about signign. I mean, he sounds like a Roman. Don't give a fuck about. None of that ship. Even in the ring onto the whole fire engine are already. You was in the ring. You have before did you in miniature spa, you ain't spun them professional level professional, so he Konin got unaware about healing. Just two of of these coolant that smoke. You got to love Americans. You you like to you don't have to back it up with. But you talk. Get emotional and he shouts. We don't have to back you up with you. Don't you don't backup. We back. Never been in business and the names of dominant last time I checked excuse me. In the words dominate last time. I checked last time I checked nessa chairman board awards and definitive side of once you oh. Oh with two call outs already pick one. Which one? I'm ready. I'm ready. I'll even that you pick nets. I'll even let you. Even UP. I don't get involved in that. We'll do it fair and square. You know, you you you the Eisai..

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"konin" Discussed on Dreamland

Dreamland

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"konin" Discussed on Dreamland

"And so they can being something called the Robertson panel where they had all these big specialists on all kinds of fields that were notable scientists and everything they weren't thinking about you foes, but they had big names, and they were going to study you photos as far as I tell purchase of that was just quote, civil thing and say, they don't exist. And so they had this study and the secret study was going on but tell the same time. And somebody some leaker for maybe a group of Lakers. Like the day that they were going to. Have the panel meeting before Battelle had the data, and this was high level stuff too. Because the president tell was on one of the one of the people on the panicle. No. And the other was specialist supervises. And so they asked to not have the panel convene until they had the data. But instead they had the panel convened anyway before the data and said, you know, UFO's are nothing don't worry about exist. All that. It was a findings of the panel. And they didn't have the data. So it was a pretty artificial setup. Yeah. It's like there's somebody telling somebody from above. Closes down. Yeah. Somebody, you know, people on the inside no about we're very unhappy about that. Because not only by this had something, folks. But also tells reputation because they were supposed to be providing information, the Robertson panel and the Robertson panel acted without the full information, which you know, could reflect back on the Tel. So they weren't very happy about that. Even though they didn't want to really the associated with UFO's. They want the data to look like they've done something either, of course. And so the and what exactly did the Robertson panel say? I could I just in general you oppose don't exist. There's nothing about it. Well, they don't. Affect national security, which isn't exactly the same thing. They don't exist. Very very critical distinction though. Because they are not saying that they don't exist. They're saying that it's not a national security issue. Meaning that they could know that they exist and also know enough about them to know that they're not a national security issue. Yeah. That didn't like the either because. How would they know they didn't know anything about whether they had anything with national security will if they are being controlled by whoever comes out of them, then and that person those beings are saying you say this. That's what's going to be said at a may not be true. Yeah. And the Robertson the Konin committee, which just fake things set up to debunk UFO's by government. Most said there's no sect on national security and sinewy by that. There's no your foes, right? Well, you know, I knew Walter or Roberts who was the when I knew him the present the meritous of Noah, and he told me he had been approached by the air force to. To head. What became the Condon committee, and they told him frankly that the out that the outcome of the study was already decided that they would save what they said that there was nothing there. And he refused to do it. Because he said, what's the point? It's a complete cover up, but Khandan whom he knew well agreed and did it, but it was not the purpose of it was never to study UFO's are to gather data the purpose of it was to say there was nothing there. But that's not quite true. In terms of what's actually in. The the study is it. No. That was true. Everything in the Kahn committee reports there. They couldn't. Explain about one third of their data. But they still want ahead and said that you have, you know, more or less her phrasing UFO's, which is ridiculous scientifically because if you can't explain one thirty your data. You can't come to a conclusion like that. No, I have -solutely not. And, but we have we have here is folks as you're listening to this what you're listening to is a discussion about various points at which this study was shut down on the inside. Because we're talking now to someone with an above top secret security clearance who actually witnessed process of this information being closed off from her level of activity now. I've speculated that it could be that. There are millions here who do not want to be studied. And if that's the case then..

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"konin" Discussed on The Smart Passive Income

The Smart Passive Income

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"konin" Discussed on The Smart Passive Income

"You might have questions about in terms of finances operation, those kinds of things. So let me know in the comment section of this podcast episode or on Twitter or on Instagram at Pat Flynn and Matt ware can work and people like reach you in case, they have a question for you. If you don't mind them reaching out to you, in some way, shape or form, not at all at Matt Gert land on on Twitter's probably best for you. No question. And things my last name has a in it sometimes that gets forgotten G A R T LAND, but otherwise tons of fun coming on the show would love to come back. Thank you. Matt. I appreciate you. And we'll see on the next sprint call. That sounds great. Thanks, buddy. All right. I hope you enjoy that rather meaty conversation today with Matt Garten who now you know, is the CFO C O cheap of authorizations in the brand. I love the analogy that he often uses which he didn't bring in today, but I loved it. And hopefully, it helps paint a picture of the kind of things that you should be creating a an can inspire can aspire to you in the -nology that he likes to use all the time as that of. If you're watching the news, for example, you see the guy or the gal reporting the news, and that's the voice you're hearing. That's the personality, and they are the ones who were front facing. Matt is sort of like the guy who's behind the scenes run in the show. They are touching the knobs and hitting the computer buttons in in all those things and in. I just only have to worry about delivering that value to you the viewer or in this case, the listener and the team in the engine is all running underneath, and no it didn't happen overnight. Like, I said it's been ten. Years in the making to get to this point. But I feel like I'm putting my big my big boy pants on. You know, we got a lot of big boy pants things happening this year from Flynn Khan. And again, if those of you are interested, and if there are tickets still available now, it'd be the time to get it. So if you wanna check out Flynn Konin meet Matt in several other of the team members, they are going to be there to support that event into support you you can check it out flame con one dot com. And we are right in the middle of planning all that. And making it special for every attendee there family friendly event, no alcohol sanctioned by the event. And it's going to be amazing. Unlike any conference you've ever been to and it's largely due to Matt and the other.

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"konin" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"konin" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"A call. If I wanted to call screeners on the one computer, so we'll just chat with Dr Kevin Campbell. All right. So I'm assuming that if you're going to remove a kidney in the normal procedural way in which they would do it in a hospital, the scar would roughly be twelve inches long. Well, it depends on the approach take. But it's usually a lateral incision on the side of the belly there. And this the length of a standard NFL football. Yeah. Yeah. Is it really that bad? No good. All right. So what are you implying? And I I guess you would have to imply this because you're competitive with them that perhaps they are not following the most up-to-date surgical best practices on the black market kidney ipad swap. I'm suspect in, you know, ice cubes in a tub and James spader in the blacklist and all that sort of stuff. Well, I mean, that's that's an easy assessment to go ahead and make because that's the vision that we have for all of it. But it did look like they tried to stitch them up with what can only be described as. Potentially. I'll look now that one's going to log in potentially crochet needles. I think they use scars nasty. I'd love to send it to you. But oh, yeah. Technologies when he five AM, by the way, just for time. Well, technically, it's not is passed because run delay. How do you see that out? How you hear that out it it you do the math? But it's also something that'll creep into the rest of your life. You'll never trust a clock again. That's cool. When you're not at work. Okay. Delays for Ross. I'm sure so what if let's say you did have to sell something on the black market. So you can make some money because you needed a new ipad is kidney the way to go. The advantage of kidneys. You got two of them and people live with one kidney without being on dialysis. However, if you got kidney disease, or if that other kidney goes bad, then that's not a good thing. Okay. All right. Well, that's that's what I kind of figured that story's. Just absolutely nuts. Speaking of not. So they have the the going on right now is the science congress of India. This thing is one hundred six annual meeting that's going on. And so got the reporters over there. You've got. People from all over the world that attend this thing. And there's a pretty good piece that was done by a public radio NPR because they went over. And they were they said that they looked at it when they covered it in the past. And why you get the Jarvis of the world. There's also quite a number of interesting. Speakers and quote, unquote, medical folk, and so they did this piece highlighting some of the otter seminars going on including one of the speakers who claims that Albert Einstein and Isaac Newton her full of it. And I don't understand space in physics the way that he does. That was Ross this. Now, it's Konin jed jed did it. Anyway. So he disparaged Stephen hawking. And then he tells he says in an interview that he has a PHD in renewable energy systems. The reason I'm bringing this. Some people are pointing out that maybe their criteria is a little too loose. And rather than physics. He says that he is utilizing essentially combination of mythology Hindu mythology, which actually proves that India's responsible for many of the advancements. He points. The story of a woman who birthday one hundred children is evidence that ancient Indians had stem cell technology. Also that the ten headed demon God risvan had a fleet of aircraft. There's there's another scientists doing a presentation ASU costlo who said that the God Brahma created dinosaurs. And he's got evidence to back it up, and well just kind of goes on from there. So I know we talk about medical journals. And how you better know, which ones are the good ones in which one art, which ones aren't I would think that medical conferences would be the same way. Yeah. I think you're right. You'd go watch dinosaur,.

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