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Alive: The Drew Robinson Story
"Jeff where does the story of drew robinson began. The story. Drew robinson begins on magic moment lane in las vegas jeff passan is in mlb insider for espn and his work on the story of drew robinson is up now on espn plus it was just all those those little tiny amazing details down to the name of the street that he grew up on that drew me to him. As a person has a character and his story and he was precocious. What's the first thing people think about you guffaw. I did my best to try to lighten the situation with people. I tried to make people laugh. And i thought that i was good at that. He was the kid youngest of three children who would go next door and sneak through his neighbors doggy door and steal their treats so he could bring him back to this menagerie of animals that he had in his house. There were dogs that were cats. They had a pet in a cage and drew is the kid who would tape his feet to a bicycle and go on a trampoline in his backyard and just bounce around without any care his sister brittany used to hate having him around because drew would take off all of his clothes. Run outside and start riding a bike and her friends would say your brothers naked again. He was also an incredible baseball player and from a very young age even though he wasn't big even though he wasn't strong he had the actions. That coaches look at. And say this kid ever fills out. He is going to be something else but when drew was at that age where he needed to tell his feelings to someone where where he needed to explain that he had this. Lingering doubt in his mind that would never go away regardless of the situation. Whether it was with baseball whether it was with school with friends with family there is always something air pushing him toward this negativity that he just could not escape from can think back to. When i was twelve years old playing little league. I was a kid every single time i struck out i would come in and slam. My bad slammed my helmet kreil time. Because i thought that i had to be perfect in every aspect of my life in terms of the scouting report on drew robinson war his best attributes. He had a lot of power. you know. he's left handed hitter. He ended up hitting that growth spurt. Six foot one hundred ninety pounds. Just a beautiful swing gap the gap power. That was gonna grow into something more if his body filled out and when it did man like he was an actual prospect. I fly all get to right field at that splashdown run for drew. Robinson being a prospect in las vegas in two thousand ten pablo was no small thing. There was a player who had left high school and gone to play junior college ball named bryce harper. Yup and there was a player at bonanza high school. One of the rivals of silverado were drew named kris bryant. So this was a pretty historic high school class and drew wound up making all state. Shortstop and teams were really intrigued. Not just by the power but by his versatility to he played shortstop but they thought he projected his second baseman third baseman. Maybe an outfielder. The possibilities of what drew robinson could be as a baseball player were endless. So scouts were noticing the power versatility and in two thousand ten drew graduates from high school and get drafted. He gets drafted by the texas rangers in the fourth round. And it's a huge moment for him but it doesn't translate in the end jeff too. Big league play what happens. Well he took a while to get to the big leagues. And you know we've seen bull durham and we understand kind of on a surface level. What the minor leagues are like. But for drew it was truly agree. I knew i was beard. Don't get me wrong. But in the moment i was still like. Don't mess this up. I wouldn't allow myself to understand. That mistakes are just mistakes. It doesn't define who. I was
"kreil" Discussed on Cup of Tao
"And humorous at the same time if that's even possible. All, right. So Is SPEC. Ice. Out there as I understand it. You're going to talk about why you are not a daoist, right. So. This should be interesting. I think the yeah that question popped in my mind you asked me you know what? Maybe we could talk about and I don't know that kind of struck me because I think we've talked about this before man but I don't. I don't really think of myself as a daoist. The. Past based on some things that I've said. that. You think maybe I am doused. That was impression I got. You did show up to a Dallas Dallas meet up okay. Yeah. That's that's another thing that's clip. Yeah. You show up to a dow is of meeting. But you know. My background is far as my studies in philosophy go to Alan Watts. In Buddhism. Taoism that's what I'm drawn to you. or at least his have been through most of my life. Hinduism interest me quite a bit now. But? I don't consider myself any of these and I don't like to put that. That is stone. That is. Something about that, and you know if you go and you look you know I was looking at the at the book here Dow Teaching. and to me, it's the first align. It's the first line. And that's all you need he then it's like all this other stuff is elaborate. and. I'm sure he gets the same thing in. Buddhism. You know I think there's like there's a central key. Teaching of Buddhism that you can seat insane a single own right. But it doesn't stop there s to turn into an ISM at a refresh people that are listening the first one of the Dow Deja in being something along the lines of the Dow that can be told is not the eternal Tao. So in that sense, I think you're in great company because I don't even know if they Atsu would describe himself as a daoist dislike. Jesus probably wouldn't say I'm a Christian or Buddha Sam a Buddhist that's correct. It, and another thing is all these teaching all these different religions I don't even want to isolate myself away from them either you know so. Alastair Kreil perhaps is the occultist from the early twentieth century. One of the things he said was that. You should be able if you're truly kind of at the at the highest kind of evolutionary state of. Human. You should be able to get up on any given day and be anything. The one day get up at your Christian and one day you get up in Europe? Indu in one day you get up in Europe Europe Muslim. One day you get up you're hardcore no. Scientific materials whatever. They all I think have a basic. Entered to them. Yes And it's that first line in the Dow chain its end if you go to Buddhism, it's basically the root of all suffering is attachment. That to me is the really all you need. Now. Let me also say that I don't know what the Hell I'm talking about a guy. So. I'm not. I'm not I'm not trying to spray. I'm trying to say that other people should. Feel. The same way about this as I do I don't want to. Present this as though, I'm offering here. Let me ask you this me throw something at you. Because I because I'm not a happy person. So it's not like my route has led to this kind of you know happiness or light matter. Buddy This isn't thoughts I had Often looking at some studies and see what you think about this. It seems like there's some people that have an adventurous brain. They are they tend to? Explore different kinds of foods they see a pet as a member of their family they tend to have more white questions so they might be more likely to vote liberal in politics because they're more likely to question things. And they. I think when they read religious scripture, they're more. Likely to look at it in context or see the symbolism there. Then you have people that have that more conventional brain. And they tend to. Eat traditional cultural. Foods. In here in America would be meat and potatoes. Not Try Thai food. Obviously, a pet is a pet, it's not a family. member. They tend to vote more conservative and they tend to want more of a a black and white in their scripture if it says. So in the religious scriptures of their reading, that's the way it is no questions asked. And? It seems to me that combined with. In Western societies, we tend to do a lot of branding. If you for example, drive a certain brand of car, it doesn't work for you or maybe your dad always drove fords. So you're a Ford person, you drive Ford trucks and Chevys the enemy we do that with sports teams, we tend to do that. In all sorts of ways politics. and I wonder you know some people if there was a movement called Igli Azam. So let's get Taoism out of this. There is an Igli as a movement. Some people will join on it with the adventurous brain because it's new, it's exciting. It's like wow I wanna find out what this IGLI ISM is about. Other, people were join it because it lines up with their beliefs kind like A. In America, we have Cunanan or we have. Different Different the Green party movements in the new deals and the things like that. Anyway. So I'm wondering how Would you think of some people? are excited by Taoism because it's different than what they've learned or taught, it's new other people it winds up with their beliefs maybe they. Weren't happy with the. Primary religion and it just seems to fit with the things they believe in. You think that's why people have a tendency to label this cross between. the adventurous brain branding. Is it. It's categorization. And it's something that really irritates me to like this. There's this tendency now. I do this too. So I'm not saying I don't dude but. This tendency now to like rank. Everything's gotta be like ranks. Top Five top ten or you can't just say I like the Beatles it immediately goes to name top five Beatles out. In, that is a function of language. And this is another. Problem I have in you're absolutely everything. He says absolutely right by the way are these different personality touches no question about it, and if you're the type that is drawn to like an organized religion. And just buy into it. You're probably gonNA live a happier life. Try. because. You can just I I never thought. Well, I'M GONNA say with a couple of exceptions try won't will not go into right now I find it very difficult to totally commit myself to anything at any point in my life like just like reading a book I, feel like I'm always distracted. And so if I had that capability to dislike embrace something. Without thinking.
"kreil" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System
"What happened with the certification? This entity would have the ability to hire an investigator. The investigator would make recommendations to this board. The board would vote on whether the officer should be decertified. The officer disagreed they officer would appeal to the full peace officer standards and Training Commission, and then the commission would make the final decision. At no point in the process, was the officer allowed to hearing the opportunity to introduce any evidence or to. The evidence against him. And this? Almost passed. And we'll be back. That's what we're saying around the country. So any rate if you're interested in that issue watch your email box because we will be getting out news of. The Web Webinar on police reform legislation, and by the way if you're a firefighter. told. Thank your immune from this sort of legislation. Some of it already hits all public safety employees, not just police officers and up remember the old adage may be coming for one group right now. Their success doing so makes you an easier target. Next case I'd like to talk about is A. Brady case that comes to us out of the north. Dakota. Supreme Court. I can tell you virtually never see any labor cases of any consequence coming out of the North Dakota Supreme Court ethic think that's because a they don't have unions and north. Dakota. Police or fire unions and be they don't have that many people in north. Dakota. So you just don't have that much litigation. So what's going on in this case, it's an and it's a little bit of a Chink in the armor of prosecutorial immunity. So this case starts two thousand seventeen. When an assistant burleigh county state's attorney who's got the wonderful name of Julie Lawyer. If you can't make this upright. She gets an anonymous letter concerning a bismarck police officers alleged destruction of evidence. The letter prompts lawyer to review the files of all police, personnel and Bismar, which is about one hundred people. And as a result, she ends up reviewing the file of Sergeant Robin Kreil. Lawyer decides. Kreil was dishonest in a couple of investigations I in which she ended up receiving a letter of recommend reprimand. Lawyer then makes a phone call to the police chief and says it luck got. Brady. Gig Leo. With the sergeant as to whether or not she can testify because I'm GonNa have to disclose the fact that I think she was dishonest. The chief says you're wrong. She wasn't dishonest Ida I don't see. The dishonesty that you think is right despite what the chief had to say a lawyer. Then Santa Letter to the chief summarizing her investigation. Stating her beliefs that. Kreil have been. Dishonest in making false statements in these investigations and telling achieve. This sense this information would have to be disclosed to the defense in cases where Kreil was involved the Burleigh County State's attorney's office would no longer use Kreil as a witness in cases. Let's stop right there because. Say whatever you might want to say about whether we got sort of a Les Miserables Inspector Javert thing going on. With A. I almost said the lawyer with lawyer in this case that she sort of in this relentless pursuit. Of Kreisls say what you want about that, she's clearly wrong. In. Her decision that she has to no longer use Kreil. On the gays all she asked to do under Brady is disclosed this information that doesn't mean that Kreil can't be an effective with us so But I think that's kind of what you would expect when you probably don't get a lot of these brady cases in Burleigh county state's attorney's Office in North Dakota. So any rate. The chief gets this letter decides. A. She can't testify I can't use her chief fires Kreil Kreil files a complaint against the Department of Labor and human rights saying she's been discriminated against based on her race and sex. She also files a lawsuit in State, court against lawyer claiming defamation of character, and what does she claiming in the Lawsuit She Sang Lawyer Defame me in three ways first of all by sending that letter to the Bismarck Police Department specifically chief Donlon. Secondly in that Department of Labor and Human Rights investigation she provided affidavits about her conclusions as to why. Kreil was dishonest and third lawyer sent a letter to the states. Post Board. Detail and why she thought. Kreil was dishonest. So this lawsuit goes all the way up to the North Dakota Supreme Court. And the spring court has to decide whether or not lawyers communications are protected by the notion of absolute prosecutorial immunity. Now just to reset for you, there are two types of immunity in the law what is called absolute immunity and one is called qualified. Absolute immunity means yet can't be sue matter what your motivation was. No matter. If your heart was black as possibly could be, you can't be sued view intended to harm someone you knew what you were saying was false you can't be sued if you're covered by absolute. Qualified immunity means you are immune from lawsuit unless you acted maliciously. And if you acted maliciously than the immunity evaporates and you can be sued prosecutorial immunity. is almost always absolute immunity. And citing the doctrine of absolute immunity. North Dakota Supreme Court. Says what? And it's hard. Lawyers decision not to use Kreil as a witness that's prosecutorial decision and that is covered by. Absolute immunity. Prosecutors. Immune from. Ami Loss. 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"kreil" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored
"Asset trial, twenty, eighteen fourteen fifteen thousand patients, seven years follow up no difference between the fish oil groups and heart disease group, and here was their comet are large long-term randomized. Kreil chose fish oil supplements do not reduce the risk of cardiovascular events in patients with diabetes various no justification recommending fish oil to protect against cardiovascular events. Now, diabetics have two to four times more heart disease. Non. So. If this was going to work, it should work in the tougher case not that easier case and they were giving grandma day, which again is forty times more you need and that didn't do it because you're always here with these guys who wasn't enough. All a factor of forty times over goes isn't enough. There Insane So it comes out. Journalist phenomena lessons why you say It's tragic. Now did your research have you come across on the information that talks about the effect of the EMS electromagnetic frequencies on remembering? Yes destroys them by Jesus destroy me and more about the. Races. You have a strong cell membrane you got a chance against it but if you don't win this five G. is there. So powerful, you're going to see diseases just skyrocket even more than they are now very good point. Let me just see if anyone was asked any questions there's a phone number that ends in a four nine any questions for professor peskine. Not. There, and there's a another one here A. Phone number ending eight, four, zero to any comments or questions. Thank you. A lot to take in I speak fast. Well Rather question for you. I do a lot with chronic pain and so what I would have gleaned from what you're. Describing is that chronic pain patients have a severe deficiency of the makers sixers in? Fiji. Wind username. FOR PEOPLE PAYING Oils absolutely some I've read some years ago when when someone takes an end say drug you know newprint Ibuprofen. And and they get positive results. That's a diagnostic test that are deficient in the. Pairing essential oils. As a good point and they and remember it shuts down the whole system. So a temporary positive effect but long trumpets Well. It. Is from these parents? So it is horrible. Your technical things between a steroid, the nascent but it doesn't matter. The bottom line is they didn't heeds the CASA annoy chain it impedes the revenues. And by doing that. Long. Term these people die while you can't be a steroid forever. Yes, any MD, they'll tell you a steroid short term short term short term you see people on them for five eight years..
Bitcoin Booms - Where To From Here?
"We did not only. Did we get up through ten thousand? We went through eleven. With currently sitting in the best position yet, the best position that we've been in a balloon a balloon AB- looming bloom long time. maxed out yesterday with a high of eleven thousand, four, hundred fifty to. If you recall what all saying yesterday on Zippo gassed always talking about getting through the of ten, thousand, four, fifty, six or ten five I also then went on to talk a little, ten, thousand, six, hundred and thirty. Well, of course we took both those levels outs, and we smash them most out. We've got a wonderful wonderful looking start to the weight here. Ladies and gentlemen we are about ten thousand. We auditing media. And we are looking very very good now. This is looking better of saint. Look for long time Let me talk through back. Let me, so the run loss time up to ten six. The weekly wasn't quite as fond as a trend. Guy It was just coming out of a downtrend the time before when we broke up and this is nineteen. Two Thousand Nineteen March up runoff when we when we hit, a paik of fourteen, was fourteen, thirteen, thousand, nine, hundred twenty. That was looking good through that because we did have NAS pullback, unaffiliated round, but the one that we've got here. The woman is high or low on that weekly Ken on. You heard me talk about it so many times NRA that is what we're after. K., really good shots structure. Hey, now it just looks better. It s much much more structured. The monthly looks better in the middle of the monthly hasn't got a good trend. They'd just yet. We're up twenty percent so far this month. The weekly that structure on that poppy is just fantastic. The daily looking gripe as well so right down low bitcoins pulled back away bits. We've pulled back to eleven thousand and four dollars right now. That is down point. Five of a percent big moves overnight now. Could this move going willy? See a pullback tonight. We closed yesterday above eleven. Thousand could certainly see a back, but in the same respect, we could say this. Just continue to carry on. Why well because this is the first big move in bitcoin very long time to And it's looking very very nice as I. Keep mentioning I'm sorry. Just so stoked on how this looks right now. Looking for cried looking for more entries. I know some members got little cradles from from back around that level. Background tend to. was at ten to. Oh was ten to, but the one actually was talking about was a little Kreil came back and let me just give you the risk ratio on this as it currently stands background nine seven now. Based on the entrance to a process is right now. You'd be looking at a forty two one. Yes, Forty Times your mind that means a thousand on Maine's forty thousand back sky at twenty, thousand, five hundred. Be Your Prophet right now as it stands now. The other thing to mention here as well is people have done this either got some very heavy pundits. Rotten crypto community with all we do is talk about the strategies finding tried twenty people in the right direction built upon the backbone are the three trading strategies in the coolest that is where it is a guy that he's worries so the Crypto community. We've got there. That slot group now. I'm not talking about anything else. I'm focused on crypto toting about fundamentals with trading. That is all the way doing, and if you're in there if Get in the videos at the moment. Did video today about how to take profit in parabolic? Get there and check that out too province on one. Anyway let me go back to the top ten. The bitcoin ten, thousand, twenty, one point three four to settled with a balance there we go theory, sitting at three hundred and twenty one dollars five cents. Down Point. Six five of closed up three point six percent, yes, of course bitcoin. Was the mightiest stab yesterday on at full point, three percent was sitting at twenty two dollars and. Twenty two point three cents dollars down point six percent bitcoin cash well I'm hopeful to see this puppy followed by why well with currently sitting in around a region where we are coming at the top end of that very long consolidation that's gone back to March of this year many months, and we are top end of that I've got a long tried on my one to WanNA locked. Locked in profit I'm happy. The Ida was where I took that tried oat soya modest got that wrong. I think it was. It was the four hour so I'm very hopeful to say this. Continue to kick on maximum mega. WHO's out of that so carrying on as we will bitcoin cash to seventy up two percent, the best performer in the top ten or top ten right now. Donna? Its up point three thirteen point nine cents pullback on that daily I did get taken out of that. My bitcoin holding so tastes say have not happy for simply because well. Stop got hit. That really is hilarious. Avocado thirteen point on as I said biggest. Point. Six six children non Dole's full sense. We did finally get up through that two hundred dollars did. Take some time and There is a lovely level around one darning on that. I'm looking for pullbacks in at the moment I've got one as of
Hagemann-Jaguar + Newman Volvo Wagon
"He added on got to get on a church on mandate it on man, thanks for tuning in and thanks for telling friend. Welcome car cast ma'am. Met The motivator. The Andrea Hello there I'm doin well around. That's car stuff. usual some buildings and things. So Let's see. Did you see my sweet Volvo Wagon? With Art Design Package. was laughing. It's a good like Arctic blue. It's a nice color. An Interior is on that thing Volvo. Did something with their styling department? couple. Couple of years ago and they got their shit together. Like everything looks pretty good. Everything looks good. Everything's Nice Yeah Volvos Nice, went and saw Leno's Volvo Wagon. Volvo over it is shop. The other day took sunny with me. It's funny. You. Say that the dude in the shop. Right next our shop. They have a door. Right where you park and a little platform and that's spray paint. Shit before they fixed their compressor zone and the guy just happily stands there. These. Fifty one inches away from your hood and he just sprays. Black Kreil on all day and I always think. So it should explain to move it up the lawn ten feet like you're just. There's a brand new car parked right there and you're just spray painting such a thing as over spray. Yes spray and try scratch the little dots one at a time off the front of your head, and you see the little the little cloud, this sort of migrating towards your hood and. I don't know I feel like he should have a little better situational awareness like his spray paint zone, which is not a spray paint, so and it's just A. It's just a landing in front of a door. It's outdoors. Like he should move it on over a little bit. Yeah, he has a parking lot by the way. Yeah, maybe he should go to his parking lot and do a spray. Yeah, where's this guy? He's. He's five feet away from the hood of your Volvo. Spray painting parts all day. Car Back that's that's his. That's his move. He had probably. Wake it up a little bit. Yeah, the question is I always ask is if that's his brand new car sitting there, does he? Does he do that? And I'm I'm going with now and his thing I. Don't want to be the guy that'd be like. Hey, man, maybe maybe walk this thing down to the you know ten feet. or where where were you WANNA go? Like maybe go to your parking lot. Will they have an entire parking lot in front of their? Big Parking Lot right so he could do it there. Although might drift
Ep. 257 - Gabrielle Bernstein on Self Development
"Hello welcome to almost thirty podcast. My name is Chris. Williams and this is my co host. Thick what's up. How are you never know if you're going to say my name or if I should say. Actually actually it's like. I weighed on bated breath. I'm like should I be ready. Do you ever had a for almost thirty started as a conversation. Can you guys started talking about the transition from our twenties thirties now. It's so much more than that so much more. we just. WanNa make you feel a little less alone wherever you are. Dr And so you don't have to be almost thirty to listen. We get that he and we'd like to debunk. It can't wait. What are you GonNa do when you turn thirty now my thing is as I say we're GONNA end it. That's it. We're done little. Do they know little. Do they know I freaked my the cry out. The Guy at Crow Studios Get freaked out when I told him I was thirty. We're like friends. We've we hung out and he wanted anything younger younger twenty six he's like Oh. I thought we were the same age I was like. They gave myself away. He's like must be all the Kreil aging. I was describing like it's always funny. When you meet someone new UH and they're really interested out the podcasting is base and so I was describing into someone the other day and like how we started and they they were just they were blown away by like the beginnings of it and how we didn't give up which is a good reminder area. which is a good reminder you know because I'm just amazing this? Is Our story a new lake. How did you they're like? I don't know like I wouldn't go to my closet every week and just like do that and not knowing not knowing what's going to happen anyway. Maybe that's your problem man. He was also living on the street. No you don't know much but I'm GonNa tell you about your life just kidding but it is true you know and that's the thing is doing something with joy away because you're doing it not because of the outcome yeah which is rare. I it's very rare. You know it's so much easier to stay. Hop Hop on a track can be like. Oh after two years. I'm going to be promoted to this and this is going to be my life and then I'm GonNa make this amount of money. When I'm thirty five and then I could buy a house and then propose it was literally people think I was just thinking about that with like a younger generation of millennials think they're track as like expedited sided with the growth of entrepreneur the entrepreneur totally wave and how the democratization of information so that everyone now has access to a lot of information as much as people did previously so. I wonder how that changes their perspective perspective with that. I want to say stuff but I need to. My brain was just like I need to be nice. I'll hold on what do not work but aren't we millennial yet. Are we talking about Gen-x. Yeah I do what are they. I Love Them. You know we were talking about this. The other day mothers again today with someone else yeah. I think it's like how you know and you know we can complain about it for a second but it's also like how do we uh-huh and encourage and help them to level up and I mean in a sense where they understand that there there is work and kind of time spent that is necessary to invest into something that you want to pursue for the rest of your life like they're so oh impatient and I'm like I've been invasion in my life but more and more as we do this work. I just realized how how this is like the rushing of it you skip over so many really good good. Things good steps that really teach you a lot so chew with your first job. You know you gotTA. I'm not saying they should accept people that are rude or people that are negative or people are speaking. Ill too but he couldn't eat shit. I completely bullshit. You just do bullshit. You will learn you know you're given more responsibility as it's earned earned and it's just so challenging at times to see this inability to operate in this space in a way that is just like St. I don't think you know the be self. Development world has a negative effect. Sometimes on this like new you know younger generations because it's like but I deserve the respect and I deserve to take care of myself myself. I deserve to have two hours from much in the morning and you're asking me to come to work like I can't do it. You know you know what I mean like. I just I think there is a there is a lot of truth to taking care of yourself but I do think it gets a little bit muddy. When it's taken so to extreme I agree with you. I guess that's probably you know. This is what I guess I will say is that I bet it's a confusing message in narrative for them if they're seeing so much should the focus on the self care the prioritization of self the prioritization of health and wellness and taking you know doing the morning routine and then they're also seeing the images of people working talking by the pool on their laptop of you know being in whatever industry they are making money making one hundred zillion billion figure taking eight fakers empowering making eight billion. Hey everyone we just want you to hold us accountable. If we ever say to you Aguirre's eight figure income you can you can just unsubscribe. We're not gonNA guarantee figures yeah so it's probably confusing narrative to be within those two spaces but I don't know if that should be more transparency with the difficulty of the process or the unknowing of the process and that's what I think were trying to do and I'm trying to do but it's just it's not all easy and it's not all it doesn't always make sense and it's really important that you if you are somewhere that you are somewhere and you're putting in the work to be there and you're putting in the work personally to get the most for yourself and energetically for the commitment that you make doing whatever it is that you said you're going to do. You're not helping yourself if you're not you know putting the best infra situation and those challenging moments that really make you wanna give up are or literally by moments where your call to like level up and it'll change your life. That's the whole thing with like you know my brother's a part of that generation to where you know there is this avoidance of the hard and painful and I get it because of what you said about you know the narrative because they're told like we just WANNA be happy and I've heard him say I just want to be happy and I take that seriously but I also you don't think a life without challenges like a happy life. I do think there's a way to approach the challenge that could really help you to see the the joy and the potential every moment Yep Yep. I mean completely. I think that's exactly what I wanted to talk about and that was was something I learned when I was in Patagonia for that month or so and you know didn't have access to anything and had to have on my food with me and my Kayak whatever so within the moment you know you assume okay. You're in Patagonia. It's beautiful. You're with these people in nature. All of these things it's beautiful but there are a lot of moments that aren't fun and it's actually they talk a lot about that within that and even within the silent retreat and even within a lot of these different things. It's not fun in the moment and that's okay. It's okay to be a little uncomfortable. It's okay to for it to be a little painful. It's okay for you to not be super cozy all the time and that's where growth happens so the happiness comes later and it's not like the appreciation and gratitude for for your life now because you experience pain but but it's the recognition of what that discomfort has shown you and I think that's where the challenge comes is that because everyone has a voice with with the Internet and online fine and you know I would be the same like throughout my discomfort in the corporate world at the beginning. I was so vocal about it and there was so much that I learned that I wish I would've given recognition to and I wish that I would recognize that. It's not super comfortable throughout the process of its entirety ready but it has moments and it has parts in it has flow yeah completely completely agree. I don't know that's so true with yeah. I think that's so true. It's like I hope I it makes me just think of the narrative that's going on. It's like where instagram is a place where it's the highlight so they're people aren't seeing those moments you know aren't seeing the hard moments aren't seeing the in between so. I just think that's why will ability and just transparency is so important. If you choose to be more of like a quote unquote public figure you know have a voice out there air like it really is that important on only four your growth but for the people around you who look to you you know that's it's a concert reminder for us to you. Just you know not sugar coat. How things are going and what's happening. We're going to celebrate the really good things but there's also some things that are really hard and it's not to say oh so this is hard. It's just to say that like this is happening in real time and were trusting that it's just a a growth spurt you know Um and that's the number one thing too. It's like the phone is the number one cozy. WanNa get cozy. Take a fucking our on your phone on that'll Coz if I your brain and your body you know that's the number one get out of an uncomfortable moment conversation. I even noticed that sometimes with you know justice my man my boyfriend Justin with we're having a conversation that feels a little hot. He'll get on his phone. Yep kind of divert that energy up my brother does to Yemen. I mean it's it's make crutch and I'm not perfect. You know I'm definitely not perfect at all but it's just an interesting thing think about where you're trying to shift and dilute that and you're looking for that cozy you know if you're on your phone. There say you know we're talking today about you know the homeless situation in l. a. and an across the United States and almost man comes on the subway. You get on your cozy your phone number one you know that's the number one diversion of human interaction human feeling human whatever and that is the the thing. I guess when I think about the younger generation has more access to that that more of an awareness around that in it's more like built into their psychology of their of their physical it's physical body at a point and I think about to like the kids now that are given and granted no shamed parents parents who give their kids screens to kind of give them a second. I will probably do that too but it's also just training on that like okay this is this is a comfort for this. Is You know what I mean to not. Be In the moment and learn how to be here rather. It's just this thing that helps them to behave so so. It's just interesting that it's starting earlier and earlier and I wonder how it's going to be in like twenty years when they are thirty year. Olds know you think about that. As a last is point on this as the rewiring of the brain that would need to happen if you think about a chemical dependency to something you know it involves in the altering of the chemicals of your brain and the way that we react towards what happens on our phone through through the dopamine and Serotonin and all the things that that happened chemically. It's occurring without the without the drug just the thing that it's almost like you know part of when I think about eating disorders or eating addictions or binge eating and stuff.
"kreil" Discussed on STEMSpeak
"Back to the stem. Speak podcast with me Sahana. I hope you enjoyed our last episode on black holes. Now the black hole project it was an attempt to visualize something light years away from us and today we take a turn inside living organisms and see how cell imaging has evolved the two thousand Seventeen Nobel prize in chemistry was awarded to Jacques Du Bouchet <hes> Richard Henderson and walk him frank <hes> for developing Kreil triaud electron microscopy for the high resolution structure determination of bio molecules in solution. Now simply put Creo E._M.. Is a technique technique to photograph cells in solution by rapidly freezing them to understand <hes> their structure function and architecture and the interaction of many similar arganil's with one another over the years the field has undergone many radical changes and these have rendered the Technology Asia very versatile and powerful today. We are very pleased to have Dr Ming Dot Si- <hes> who's a distinguished research fellow at the Institute of Biological Chemistry Huron Academia Sinica <hes> he's also the <hes> head off though academia Sinica Kreil E._M.. Corps facility and we also have Dr Eamon well. He's one of the managers of the criterium Corps Facility and David Talk to us about <hes> the principal the concept <hes> the future benefits of cry E._M.. What kind of biological questions it can help us answer and how it has revolutionized the field of biological logical microscopy so listen on Dr Cy and Sean Welcome to the podcast? Let's begin with you are an expert Ford in macromolecules structures right so why is understanding the protein structure our structure from macro molecule in the cell important went well the pretense on the molecules that do all the work even though we all at the end of the are important but they're carried information. If you get sick use it goes wrong so we don't know the structure that we would not know what is the cause of disease listening nightclubs proteins as targets of drugs okay so if you don't know the providence talkshow then you will not have drugs and we will go back to sixty years ago that I spent will be much shorter okay so protest and protest searches are imported functions and design talks at many other reasons okay so in the last few years I think Cryan has emerged as a leading technology to solve a lot a lot of protein structure which we thought previously were not able to saw using the same technology so can you give us some examples of challenging proteins proteins which have not been solved before and cry was able to solve them over China's in Providence. I think you're in the projects which would would be difficult to determine by other techniques so I would say <hes> one of the change in providence on odd protein conflicts caproni.
Trump kicks off re-election campaign at Orlando rally
"What a evening we had last night in the Amway center before I took off. On average, average, we we lost lost two two thousand thousand manufacturing manufacturing jobs jobs a month, since by an organization we've added sixteen thousand manufacturing jobs, a month that didn't happen by accident. Remember the statement from the previous administration, you need a magic one to bring back manufacturer. Well, we'll tell sleepy Joe that we found the magic wand. The sleepy guy. Magic one he did fine with me on the ninety four five. The answer guest line for a few minutes this morning. Drew mckissick, chairman of the South Carolina, Republican party, welcome in Mr Chairman, glad to have you. Good morning. How you doing her? I am wonderful after a night lack a last night. I mean what an it, citing Kreil down here in Orlando, drew, and I know that we had a lot of watch parties around South Carolina last night. Throughs, iast crowds. And that's our job now that's, that's what we have to do in South Carolina. And we got rallied troops and help the president get reelected next year. Look. It was it was a great night in view actually being down there. We were obviously up here in South Carolina. And like I said, we had a lot of watch parties around St. last night. I was actually in Greenville, the green will counted. You watch party last night, had a big crowd about half of the people in the room actually were completely new people never been to Republican party needing four, so, which which is goes to prove that the president has drawn a lot of new people into our party. So grow our party, we saw evidence of that and the elections here in two thousand eighteen here in South Carolina when we were able to actually beat Democrats by eight points on a straight ticket ballot statewide. And so just a record for us more and more excitement about the president. But also, you know, look, the accomplishments. I mean he's is he recounted their last night. They've got a great record to run on the economy's booming. We've got a record low unemployment rate over six million new jobs. We slash government regulations and he is actually now manage to get the Mexican gonna. Government to do more to defend our southern border than Democrats are willing to do forgetting, I mean, you know, so tremendous progress, and then on top of that, obviously a conservative judicial appointments incredibly important, as you know, over the long haul, and look, it's just it's a things like this or opportunities for us to continue to bring new people into our party and grow it, which helps Republicans all the way down the city and county council rations and drew. That's the encouraging part. And I'm glad to hear you say that, that there were a lot of new people there in Greenville, and I suspect S's case over and smart murderer, Cordis, and the others. And that's what I witnessed here in Orlando, drew, I got down on Monday and got out and walked around had an opportunity to talk with people who literally had pitched tents that we're gonna be sleeping out on the street so that they could be a part of this. I mean
"kreil" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Great to have you, sir. Hi, rush. It is an honor your a lighthouse of sanity, my friend in the evil liberal storm of insanity. Appreciate you very much every day. Hey, listen. So that Kreil knit said that Russia, insulted, a woman of rush. I'm sorry. Trump insulted women of color about Meghan Markle. From the race card. I just wanted to list, a couple of things he nominated the first female black Brigadier. General, the Marine Corps, Trump did that he gets more historical more money, then we'll historical black colleges in, in president in history and Faust also in Saint Petersburg, rally when he was done in four if you look when he was finished a first group of people that he dressed, we're about ten to fifteen awesome, black people standing behind him who were static and it made my day. So this big liberal why like the same Jackson? Character one chain? This is the liberals are so anytime of black person steps out, and what's the big himself? The guys go and rat him out because the biggest racist on the planet. So I wanna say are black brothers and sisters, his country, that Trump supporters when he says maggot, that means all of us, we've loved you. We care about you guys as much as care about anybody in the region. We find so hard. Gets to legal immigration is because we want the inner city communities to be lifted up just like everybody else. We don't want it to four people and the black inner-city community. So liberal out there listening. You guys are liars work. I know four of ten African Americans that are gonna vote for Trump. It's twenty and I just wanna see our sides fight harder. We take it down passionate about it. We need to start pushing back harder can step big Lima grand. Well. Let me tell you up for thirty years. Of this program, even longer than that. The Democrats have had this, this branding effort of theirs that whenever Republicans or conservatives are mentioned or whenever they doing reactions, racist, sexist, bigot, homophobic, and that's all they've got. For it. It's on purpose. It is automatic, so Meghan. Markle is I guess her father is. One of her parents is black makes her person of color, so they lie about Trump, calling her nasty, and then say that he is insulted, yet another person of color. It is there's nothing that's going to make them stop. You can appeal to them all day long to stop. They're not gonna stop doing it. It's all they know it's, it's, it's automatic reactions not even result of intellectual application or thought. The what Trump is doing the overcome. It's better than anybody else ever African American unemployment Spanich record, lows, anyway,.
"kreil" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And treatment options. Man, who's been so kind and thoughtful to so many people for Montenegro Yugoslavia and for years, he's been bringing people as friends to me for care, and he never talks about himself, never. And then finally this month. He came to me and told me about himself. He made it an apartment for himself. And well what about him? Well, he's seventy nine years old. Yes. To children, and he had cryotherapy for prostate cancer. Yeah, he had cryotherapy for prostate, cancer, one of the big hospitals and when they gave Kreil crowd therapy, it's Kraus's Latin word for freezing. So they fry freezing therapy for the prostate cancer. Number one, it's not recommended usual primary treatment for prostate cancer. Yeah, you can do it you want. It's always your choice, but usually most people would rather have the best possible treatment, I for prostate cancer. And that's certainly not cryotherapy. So he had cryotherapy when they gave him prow therapy. They also gave them hormone shots with a hormone shots like loop runner, things that many men don't like very much because it takes away sexual function and feelings and causes weight gain and hot flashes and other symptoms. And it also makes a PSA go down low temporarily so that. The patient can't really determine the benefit if there's any benefit of cryotherapy. So they kind of covered up the evaluation of the cryotherapy with the loop broad, and only as a loop run war off was able to see that the cryotherapy wasn't working. He knew the crowd therapy caused harm because then feed with his sexual life in his urinary life. But when the loop Ron were off the hormone war off the PSA to started to rising.
"kreil" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"On the Rush Limbaugh program. This is the Kent in Mount Pleasant North Carolina. Hi, sir. Rush, small correction. Mount Pleasant South Carolina just across the bridge from Charleston South, I'm sorry about that. It's a typo there. That's okay. Is everybody knows it North Carolina's not South Carolina. And I was sure you do. What about the folks in real Linda? They may not even care. I could convince all right? Yes, sir. I was told to get straight to my point rush. You're opening monologue. I found it quite stimulating of Hugh made a point say that when we as a society, or should I say the left's starts to criminalise our political differences. We are done as a longtime listener and student of your show. You have taught me that. What liberals do is never by accident. It's by design, right? Heading towards a goal. And while I agree with your opening monologue premise. I'd like to remind you and the, the audience that this. Criminal. Visit criminalization if you will has been going on for a couple of decades. If you recall, if you know if we disagree with liberals on global warming, then we are polluters, if we disagreed with the folks at the of the modern dot N, double ACP than we're racist. If we disagree with the LGBT, etc. Cetera Kreil, then we're homophobes if we disagree with the modern liberals notion of abortion, then we or anti women, or we will get what you that's that is character assassination, and that is, you know. But that's not criminalization. I get what you're saying that they're all ready and have been well on the way toward demonizing. Political, but criminalising it, meaning you can be found guilty and go to jail for what you believe. Now, keeping you connected with the latest news, this is talk radio, six.
"kreil" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Although weight is a dark side to this too, though. Go on select two seat, and they have all the little dots that are available right. Not to see that the seats available anyway. And I'm still going to have to charge for that and yeah. Yep. Yep. Yep. Yep. Yep. Yep. Yep. Yep. Still wind up paint. It is. So and then know that just going to move into. Oh, do you want to be here? That's a premium seat to. It's going to take the it's like the airline. Right. You want. Right where peanuts. That's going to be another ten bucks who went luggage. Oh, it's fifty you wanted the bottom part of the seat. But it's an extra twenty bucks. And that tray table for the, that's an twenty two it's coming down to screwed into the ground. All right. We ran out of time but the weatherman meltdown. All right. This is a good one, though. Because he has he has a point. He was giving people, you know tornado warning. It makes me laugh so he sees good. He'll make you laugh too. But he was cutting into all programming. We're live at him. He had a meltdown on the air about it with the bachelorette, please. Well, come on. We got this guy coming up next and some headlines. Couple of minutes, keep it here. These south Florida morning show, traffic and weather together. Again, of course what's going on. We'll take a look at your drive this morning, starting off with slow traffic that southern boulevard eastbound between four forty one and clearly road. Also looking at delays US one, southbound between twenty four th street in Palm Beach lakes, boulevard and stop and go traffic pike. Roach, southbound between the turnpike and southern boulevard. This report is sponsored by Kreil on fusion, fusion, one spray paint bonds to most services for maximum rust, protection and excellent coverage. No sending or priming necessary. Plus, it comes in a variety of colors, so you could get the right finish in a single afternoon. Krylov today. We spray that's eight fifty WFL traffic. CBS twelve weather. It's going to be a beautiful day. But if you haven't left you put on something, they said, cool, because it's going to be hot, highs near ninety today tomorrow, more sunshine, highs of ninety.
"kreil" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action
"Kreil. It's your basically like your protein plasmas and your body. Start to regenerate more kinda health that healing helps with like, your your blood flow heart the whole deal pretty much everything you've always heard positive at Asana that is also a crime does. So if you don't like Kreil, right? If you really like, oh my God. This is like, you know, three minutes of uncomfortably. I don't like it, or if you can't get to cry chamber. They're they're in California. They're pretty they're pretty acceptable. But you know. Out the rest of the nation. I don't know how acceptable cryotherapy chamber is you can get the same benefits from sauna the only differences sauna. You gotta be in there like twenty five to thirty minutes, whereas cry of your there for like three minutes. So if anyone is interested in cry over the benefits of it, but can't get to a crowd chamber. You can get pretty much the same benefits from from on. Yeah. It's one of those like, I just you know, I've been some places where they've actually had them. And it just honestly haven't had the chance to hop in one yet. But I I'm one of those old school guys. I grew up playing sports and stuff like that. You're in the ice bath, you know. And it's like OSH things are hell on earth. And it's not for three minutes. It's like thirty minutes, you know, and it's like 'til you become numb. So I'm like man of anything expedite that process. Count me in. So I, you know, it's funny you mentioned that. So when you know, obviously when when I'm with four it's pretty much. He gets annoyed at me 'cause I did ask him nonstop questions. Right. Like, literally everything so one of them going down with mobility because he's so big. But he's his mobility in his range of motion is very very good. Especially for somebody that side. So I'm like, what do you do? I'm like, I listen, man. I'm trying everything I'm doing yoga. I'm getting grasping technique on me. I'm getting regular massage. And my mobility is still not that good. If anything I'd say bad. And so he's like dude what I do. I don't do any of that. I have a in my at my house, I have a a hot tub, and then I have another hot tub that I converted to a cold plunge, essentially. So he does I do hot to told there every night. So he'll be in the hot tub, you'll get super super hot and that and he'll go right.
"kreil" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"This neighborhood knows every everyone, you know, we see him riding the bike up and down the street a lot. So it's kind of his close to home. It was spotted by drove around six last night. It was taken to the hospital for evaluation democratic presidential candidate. Beta Aurore is changes his mind on the issue of offshore drilling three years ago, he sided with Republicans to defeat an anti drilling amendment from Florida congresswoman as a congressman representing El Paso, Texas. He cast a vote to allow the possibility of spending federal money to study oil and gas exploration in the eastern Gulf of Mexico the amend. It was written by Representative Gwen Graham and failed on a mostly partisan vote. Over work was one of twenty two Democrats who voted successfully to kill it. His campaign says he changed his mind after traveling around the country and listening to voters could turn scales. News ninety six point five WDBO. And here's a new one. Everybody's talking about a rhino poacher is dead after he was crushed by an elephant. And his remains eaten by lions at Kruger National Park in South Africa. John Jeffries has this story skull and a pair of pants were recovered Thursday park officials offered their condolences to the family but warned that entering the park illegally on foot is on wall where the deadman's accomplices were arrested. Joe when you go out poaching. Yeah. Risk that accident happening. Just like when you go out to a dangerous country you risk getting kidnapped. It's just right. Yes. There are risks that are inherent to that. And if you're illegally out there hunting animals, then. Yeah. The these these are dangerous animals. Yeah. And they might crush you. They might sit on you. And I. I would suggest that there's a lot of people who have zero sympathy for that guy dying because of the being Rosie's trampled to death by Kreil offense is crush and then eaten by lions bylines, but they found his pants. It did find his pants pants. This hall and a skull. No word yet on what kind of pants were six thirty five. I would imagine like cargo pants, right? Probably a lot of pockets. That's what I would think a poacher would wear six thirty five.
"kreil" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Hour newsroom. President Trump says he is holding off on his threat to close the southern border because Mexico is stepping up efforts to curb illegal migrants from coming into the US I've ever changed my mind at all high may shut it down at some point Trump spoke about this as he left the White House yesterday on his way to the west coast. He said congress must pass comprehensive immigration reform say to Torney general Bezerra has filed a lawsuit on behalf of California in nineteen other states to stop President Trump's plan to build a border wall or coalition of twenty states filed a motion for preliminary injunction requesting that the court block the Trump administration from defying congress by using money that was never meant to be used for a border wall. Sarah says it's unconstitutional for Trump to use the one point six billion dollars that was earmarked for law enforcement, drug, busts, and military. Construction projects LAX is planning to be a more gated community. The airport is going to build a new terminal on the east side of sepulveda's boulevard. LA councilman Mike bonded says terminal nine we'll have at least a dozen new gates working ideas that have this done by the Olympics. This is actually part of billions of dollars of improvements that we're doing to make it a world class airport in the first class neighbor simultaneously. The airport is also add engaged to terminal one. The new terminal will go up in place of existing hangars. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. LA county has opened a new office of violence prevention. Charles r drew university's Deborah Perth wits. With says the office is needed in communities plagued by violence. This office will foster leadership it will help us and you individually respond to what happens in your community. The office will coordinate efforts within county agencies tiger defy and prevent violence. The. Office was created by the supervisors in February a sperm Bank in LA has become known as the Ivy league facility for donors, California. Kreil Bank is just one of two dozen sperm banks in the US with about five hundred fifty sperm donors at any given time, but the process for donors has become so selective manager say it's getting tougher to get accepted. In fact, less than one percent of twenty thousand men who applied to donate every year get in and the application process includes everything from healthiness CD checks to personality tests that involve essay like questions experts say the global sperm market is valued at more than three point five billion dollars. And it's expected to reach nearly five billion by twenty twenty-five. Monica Rix,.
"kreil" Discussed on WTVN
"Welcome. To the Glenn Beck program. I on Friday. I was out in Los Angeles and met with some filmmakers that want to make the story of the Nasreen fund. They heard about it recently. And and wanted to sit down and talk to me, and and Tim Ballard and some of the other guys about. Is this true in you? You you verify all this? Yeah. It's an incredible story on what has has happened. An update for you. I just got this Friday. We have deployed another team into Syria to assist with the safe transport of Twenty-one newly released is it ity women that have been held by ISIS. This is the same area. We're just a few days ago. We. Found in a tunnel. Fifty heads of women that were beheaded by their ISIS. Captors ISIS still still still playing a role in. What's frightening is? These guys have gone back into their neighborhoods and they've shaved their beard, and they're acting like oh, no. It wasn't me. But they're still there, and nobody is hunting for them. There are many more people that are being released, and we are going in and getting we are trying to get countries to accept these people. We just yesterday reunited a thirteen year old girl who was kidnapped and raped and forced to have to abortions when she was nine. And we reunited her with her sister, her mother and father are still missing this is like the emptying out of of Auschwitz, but nobody is really helping the world's not helping, you know, find people. Nobody's don't use air. And we are doing this because of you and with the money that you have donated please help us the Nazanin fund dot org. The Nazarene fund dot org. We'll have more on that later this week. Also, I was with Tony Robbins this weekend. He and his wife and his staff are the nicest people, I think I've ever met literally. I think I mean, I was thinking about it this weekend. And I've met some pretty great people. Thanks, man. Thank you. I appreciate that. That's a nice thing. I was thinking about Billy Graham, Tony Robbins is in that class. He and his wife and his staff, I really never met any any group of people like this really truly remarkable people would see him as being a positive person considering actually. Yeah, he's on Lil so positive. You're like shut up. Shut up. But he's what's what's amazing about him. Is I didn't realize how sick he is. He is going through some real issues. He's got an issue. He thought he tore his shoulder. I think he did tear his shoulder. And then he went to a doctor, and he said, he got real spinal issues. No, more jumping around or anything. And if you've ever seen, Tony he he'd be excitable. He jumps a lot. And. And so he's got that going on. And he was going to go in for this surgery or something this treatment over in Europe for it. And and decided or was told he had to have a blood test before they had run down. Everything was Dr calls him. And he's like just you just get the results just have him send the results in the doctor was like, no, Tony you either have to get in. Or you have to get on the phone with me. So he picked up the phone, and he said, I need you to sit down Tony. And he's like just tell me what it is. He's like I need to sit down. He said you have mercury poisoning. And he said I have skews me if I'm botching all this season. But it's on a scale of one to five and five being bad. And he said, that's usually what we see and five is where we're like. Okay. There's a problem. He said your numbers to twenty nine. And he's you know, the guys who are testing it thought, maybe this was an autopsy because you shouldn't be walking around with that. And Tony said, Well, I I knew I was tired. But I've just finished, you know, like forty one countries and doing these things he said, so I knew I wasn't feeling right. But I just thought it was because of the grueling and he's like, no, you you gotta get this down. So his staff he did a deal this weekend at the convention center. And I was there and. I happened to be back stage and behind you know, off to the side of the stage. And they're monitoring him all the time. They monitor is heart rate, they're monitoring his his oxygen levels. I mean, they're monitoring everything on this guy, and he gets up every morning and his vomiting and just really struggling. And you would never know it and he's like because I'm in control of my body. My body is not in control. He's like, I am Tony Robbins. I created Tony Robbins. It's me. But this body is just the vehicle that I'm encapsulated in. And I'm in control of that. I mean, the guy is just remarkable just truly remarkable. So you saw the show which I assume had a really small crowd. He doesn't it was. It was a little bigger than small was two football fields long. Two football fields long. So you can kind of really you couldn't see the end of the crowd. I was at the stage. I couldn't see the end of the crowd. He said I got monitors up on the stage and he did. So he can see the the other side of the crowd the rest of the crowd. It's it's crazy. Just crazy. And he's sweet. I mean, what did you get out of it? Because I mean, he was obviously he's a motivational speaker would be category. Yeah. I, you know, automated tonight. Right, right. I am. I actually I am. It was strange because. I got stuff out of it. I didn't think I would get out of. I mean, he was he led an exercise where you're supposed to go for gratitude. And this stuff he's talking about if we just all do it would be such a we'd fix our problems. And he was talking a lot about gratitude. And and how you know we in this country can do things that you just can't do elsewhere. And that we that we have freedoms here and that you can be like him. Where he was worth nothing is nothing and he almost went bankrupt back. I think in the nineties and worked hard to turn it around. I mean, we have opportunities here. So he's talking about gratitude and. You know, I've I used to talk about my dad a lot, and my father was he was a practitioner of something called the science of mind, and it came from a guy named Rupert. Not Rupert Ernest Holmes. And he wrote a book in the nineteen twenties and thirties, and my father actually got to work with him and learned from him. And he was kind of a Tony Robbins if you will. And he he took all of the religious texts of the world and he put him on top of each other. And he said where they intersect there's truth. And so he just took the truths that all religions are saying it said, okay? So what does this mean? And he called God mind because people when you think of God, you think of what you are imagining, and that's different from somebody else. So he wanted to make it neutral because this is the science or the mechanics of how things work, and so it was very I mean, Tony Robbins is I mean, he was sounded like my dad and. My dad, and I were estranged the last few years of his life. And and a lot of it was because. He he changed. He reverted back to the man. He always told me he didn't want to be and. Any any really turned into a pretty bad man at the end, and so I- unbeknownst to me. I have rejected all of the stuff that I built my life around. I had just stopped doing it. And as Tony said, he's like if I stopped doing this. I will be the guy. I was because this is this is work. You have to work at it all the time. And and I stopped a lot of it. And he was doing this thing about gratitude. And I started thinking about. My dad, and you know, we never had a funeral for him. We never mourned. I had never even cried about. My father's passing. Which is obviously very odd for me. Until this weekend. Yeah. I mean delivery show up ten minutes late and you're on the floor. Yeah. It is. The well depends on what the delivery of its food. Yes. Yes. So that would be very odd for it. Yeah. And and that just came out this weekend. It was it was odd. But I learned a lot from it learned a lot from it. So what do you take? What where does this go from here is it are you buying all the tapes are going to be a distributor? Now. You're gonna be no I don't think does he do that. Does that? No, he sells the tapes. He seems like I mean, he seems seems like his advice is really rock solid rock solid. And you pointed out you pointed this out before you wet. It's one of those things you just don't want to hear because you know, that most of its right, and you don't wanna deal with it. Right. I mean, like, you know. So I don't wanna hear anymore. All the stuff that he talks about was was that. And he said he gets up every morning, and he either goes into a Kreil freeze first thing he has a Kreil freezer at his house, and so that's two hundred below zero. And he said I roll out of bed and he said I've trained myself to not hit the snooze alarm. He said you have to train yourself. And he said the first thing I do is. I either Kreil freeze or I get into a bath. Or a pool at fifty degrees there, maybe not all advice, I think you should from. And he said, I do it. He said, I do it just to train myself. Do it. You're gonna make a commitment to something in you're going to do it. And he said so I start every morning like that. He said is good for your health wise, cetera et cetera. He said, but you've got to train yourself that you are in charge of your life. Not your emotions not your feelings, not your body. But you. You are in charge. It was it was it was he's he's quite a remarkable guy quite a remarkable guy. My understanding was Donald Trump's tweets were in charge of my life. You know, I think no that's accurate for everyone who works at CNN or the.
"kreil" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Yes. My name is Lulu from freeze your fat away. And I was calling. I need a little bit more information from you for your upcoming procedure where freeze your way. Yes. I see that you were coming in for the Kreil lip asus. I'd never been to you guys. I don't know what she what place. This is. Oh is someone there with you? And you can't speak right now. No, let me tell you body sculpting, fat reduction freezing your fat away on this is so common. We have so many men and women they come in and some people are to go right back to work. So do not let these I don't need that. I didn't call you. Right. My name is this. Okay. So you get some cold feet with that code fat. All right. This is what we're gonna. That on the phone first of all cold. Very seriously work on your customer service. First of all second of all twenty nine inch waist. I don't need that your twenty-five does sound small. But I don't know. I don't know if we're doing, you know, your bat wings, are, you know, I don't know if if he's saying. Come on hind when you when you go and you put your hands over your head when you're not using a field trip. Think about that. What name do you have on this procedure? Okay. The name that I have is. Yes. It hasn't been paid for him four, but it's been paid for half. So already do you got three hours? So you might as well take advantage of the three hours in let me freeze your fat award. I didn't set up this appointment, you don't know anything new make a lot of assumption. I'm sorry for calling in and trying to give you to give to freezing your fat away. But you put the food down your throat. So you need to take the responsibility. And oh my God. Responsibility. Yes. Way you're up. Found campus brought to you by universal CAD Nissan now under the new ownership of trophy automotive dealer group and. Ninety.
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"Don. Exactly. Sure. But I think I'm close the guy system. Hey, listen, you what the title of what movie I said, what's the one? That's got the apes. He said, oh, it's battle of a planet. Yeah. I said is that the neighborhood? He says it's close enough. Well, in a way, it is. No, it isn't. The the movie's called war the roof is a war of the planet of the apes and everytime, but talks about eight planet. I I'm always confused by that it's planet of the apes a planet. So yes, this said battle of eight plan on channel Dickman says it's called ape wore. Yeah. Because I forgot that the word war was in it. So what was the movie called a four? Why did you call? It were the planet of the apes. I thought that you understood. But, you know, something that I think you do this stuff on purpose. Bingo. Now, you do know. I don't know. I don't you know, the general of the name of this damn movie. So you screwed him up. I didn't I swear to God. I knew it was I knew I don't start bawling, but you can Kreil you want. But when I'm sitting there on a Saturday night, or whatever it was I might as well be because my wife's not home, and everybody's got I'm sitting there. Paddling pony. Just sitting there gripping under a blanket hit. Harry's left ago. That's your your decision to make if you're going to play with under a blanket. Hold on. Hold on. Hold on. What's your excuse? That's the defect. I know. It was I knew it was plant planted eight. Okay. No, ma'am planner. The I knew that. But they changed it when they kept on having sequel after sequel, it's the same thing though. But it's the so you change it around. And then you've got daughter involve let me gets daughter. Doubter calls me, and I see Hello. He says, it's Jeff doubter. And I've had a wreck by bring your better before is. I wrecked my brain. And I go. Yeah. And that guy starts giving me another. What were you guys doing man? You're calling up dad. You wonder what were you doing though? He didn't. Yes, he can play the tape back play it back. What were you doing? No. That's doing it impressed. Just so Jeff doubters on the phone with us right now is my understanding you gotta be kidding me. I mean, you know, we want to get to the bottom of this thing. Don't we get to the bottom of what for Christ's sake? What I'm trying to find out here is whether what the name of the goddamn movie is the name of the movie is war of the planet of the apes..
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"Twelve thirty six Scott Boris and Eric Bill stead in for Jeff Wagner, the Wagner lists edition and he'll be back on Monday. So how you feel about FOX? The obviously the tangible changes or non changes when it comes to jobs, and what will be produced they're manufactured there won't be manufactured. There are the most important questions that everybody wants answers to the things that interest me are fascinate me. Intrigued me is the word. Intrigued me more than anything is the the back. You know, the the back stories of what prompts that Terry. Go Trump, President Trump conversation and. Charles said what you and I were speculating with two minutes before he walked in. He had as he as we know he likes to do he had to have those television screens going and those cable news networks on Wednesday. We're just. Excoriating him for this supposed- pullout of Foxconn from Wisconsin. What what were those? We were railing on those headlines that were just flat out rock. You know, Trump touted ten billion dollar factory pulling out of Wisconsin Foxconn to cancel Wisconsin project. Trump walker. I mean that was just wrong in the first place. So did did the police just get so upset watching this that he caused Terry? Going says, Terry what the heck are you doing? What's going on? Fix. This could be that easy. And you wonder how different it was actually now. And they say, yes, we're gonna make the plant. We're going to keep doing the LCD screens and all of that. It's clearly not going to be at the same scales. What they do overseas. Louis. Woo. Who's the main US head renew? Told Charles Benson in April very similar to what Reuters was reporting today. But it it caught fire in some ways, according to Charles. How much do you think is a? When it comes to business dealings like this. When it comes to the public relations element of something this big, do you think that there's a lot lost, no pun intended. Translation. There's something in terms of when you have foreign entities dealing with one. Another in the Mark, I'm specifically not talking in the marketing and PR and house realms worded. Yes. I mean, I really wanna know. I'm sure when you talk fast, facts, and numbers and nuts and bolts and dollars. And that is a universal language. I think you can of course, when we used to talk about the the the. The different terminology that can be used and how to appropriately execute a PR plan, especially if you're going to have a new story come out in the national source Reuters and and something lost their when you have a Chinese company and an American company, and and yeah, and the integration of the two different shouldn't leadership. That big you should have a a PR person in every country handling that for whatever region you need to take care of. That's the world we live in. Now, there's more PR people. That's one PR voice in this St Louis Wu. He's kind of the US guy. It was doing it. Right. Does that does he works with them? And some doesn't pass still. Actually, we and we missed that both. He was here. He's not there anymore. Okay. I don't know what he was here in the building during the Friday forum was defeated. They tune stay tuned. Gosh, I just it makes your head hurt. It really does. And who knows what will happen in the next half hour. Okay. Let's move on this off. Don't don't don't say that. Because there's somebody who just turned on the radio on. They're gonna they're going to build it. All right. This story is courtesy of CBS news. The big mothership CBS news CBS news. It tells the story of a woman who has a five year old daughter, but the is one of thousands of children conceived with sperm from an anonymous donor. She went to find out more information about the donor wanted to learn more about maybe some of the health risks or just the health history of the donor effort to look out for her daughter, and she has gotten herself entangled in a mess. And I I'm willing to bet she's not alone. There's gotta be other stories like this across the country. We'll have the CBS report here. I'll play you the report. And so a five minutes pretty comprehensive, but it lays out the whole story. And then we'll unpack this and way in and get your thoughts as well. Of course, four one four seven nine nine one six twenty is the accurate mortgage, talk and text line. Here is the report by CBS news, Oregon women's attempt to connect with her daughters. Anonymous donor is raising difficult questions about the practice and may even lead to a lawsuit. Danielle toy shirt told us she used the DNA tests from twenty three and me reached out to one of her daughter's genetic relatives but north West Bank where the she received the sperm donation, then sent her a cease and desist letter. Anna Warner spoke to toy Cher who says her plan for more children genetically related to our daughter is now in jeopardy and a good morning. Good morning. Well, it's one woman's story of unexpected consequences that raises complicated questions. Can anyone who's a donor expect anonymity? When so many people are. Connecting and finding genetic relatives online daily. She's really into music singing, she's very athletic, very strong. Danielle tortures five year old daughter Zoe is one of thousands of children conceived with sperm from an anonymous donor, and she's definitely a social butterfly what she did not get from me towards your wanted to know more about her daughter's ancestry and possible health issues. So when she and other family members decided to get DNA tests from company twenty three and me over the holidays. She added one for Zoe and lo and behold turned up what appeared to be one of the anonymous donors relatives. I imagine. You were surprise shock. Yes. And it sounds like you didn't go looking for that. No, not at all the donated sperm had come from northwest Kreil Bank, which offers donor's anonymity. But Twitter says the apparent relatives she found on twenty three and me listed themselves as open to messaging. I said I don't want to cross any boundaries. I just want to let you know that we're out here. And we're open to contact. If you are the relative responded, I don't understand. So toys, your says, she let it go. But then she got this a cease and desist letter from north west cryogenic, telling her not to contact the donor or learn more information about his identity background or whereabouts. The Bank warned it could seek twenty thousand dollars in liquidated damages. Worst of all she says it took back for additional vials of donor sperm that she purchased sperm. She'd planned to use to have Zoe's genetic siblings. So what was it like for you getting that devastating? Shocked. I was crying for days. Like, I can barely eat because I felt embarrassed almost like here. I thought I was doing this thing. I thought was in the best interest of my daughter. And then I just came back on me. In just such a harsh way that made me feel like I did something terrible like a criminal northwest. Kreil Bank told us it does not prohibit DNA testing. But said concern arises when one uses DNA test results to contact a donor and or his family. The Bank says clients like toys have contractually agreed to not independently seek the identity or attempt to contact these individuals Thrasher says that contract was online. I mean, you just click the boxes, plus she says, it's not all about her daughter is an actual living breathing. Flooring human being who did not sign that contract and contracts or not many donor conceived children, and their families are finding each other all of us. Thousands of us have made these connections. Wendy Kramer runs. The donor sibling registry. A group that connects donor conceived children and their families. Her own donor. Conceived son has found eighteen half siblings. Most of them through DNA test matches. It's a right for everybody to know the truth about their their own DNA their own background their relatives and their medical histories northwest. Kreil Bank says not all donors will want that opportunity. It told us there's a human being on the other side of the gift who may have a partner parents job and children of his own and uninvited contact could jeopardize these relationships and families, but experts say in twenty nineteen that contact may simply be unavoidable. Dr Peter McGovern, isn't infertility specialists. The problem we have now is that the science has kind of overstepped where we are in terms of legality. Do you think that it's even possible? Promise someone that they will remain anonymous donor in the current environment. I think despite our best efforts we cannot premise that anymore. But toys, your says with the loss of her vials, the promise of more children may be ended for her literally took a baby's future babies now after we contacted north West Bank for this story. A Representative set toys her an Email saying the Bank would refund the money she paid for those additional vials of her donor's sperm, but did not offer to give her wiles back. The representative. We spoke to the same one at north West Bank told us that this is the only letter threatening legal action that they've ever sent to a client to his knowledge complicated questions. Hands on both sides, you that again, the story they do a great job of easier to do that than just kind of thumbnail at ourselves pretty comprehensive there. CBS news report on this woman. Danielle Tisha toys your five year old daughter Zoe you heard what happened. Here was the quote that struck me, and this is the one that we can discuss at four one four seven nine nine one six twenty on the mortgage, talk and text line. All of us. This was the common name by Wendy Kramer. She runs the donor sibling registry. The group that connects donor received children and their families all of us thousands of us had made those connections. Here's the line. It's a right for everybody to know the truth about their own DNA their own background their relatives and their medical histories. Northwest. Kreil Bank said not all donors will want that opportunity though, it said there is a human being on the other side of the gift who may have a partner parents job children of his own and uninvited contact could jeopardize these relationships and families. So you have to who's right is right. You have the child who wants to learn more about who their father is was do. They have a right to that information. Do they have a right to track them down or their family, the family of their father down or is the anonymous donors right to remain just that anonymous does that supersede. The interesting thing is that the specialists said that doctor said that the problem is you've got science has sped up so quickly that it is now ahead of the legal system. So let's dive into this, shall we? Who's right is right. Who's right supersedes that of the other four one four seven nine nine one six twenty and the academic mortgage, talk and text line is it even a right at all. That's another question that you can answer. Hey, we.
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"Reading more on this story. I was just sharing with you. But more Portland reading the comments screw these people. I'm sorry. Here's right. Here's the deal. You have this woman. She wants to have a baby, but she just wants to. She wants to Murphy Brown the thing. Okay. All on her own. And so she goes down to a tea or a sperm Bank and purchases five actually five different samples from the same. Genetic donor. And has a has a little girl named Zo. And she still even though she doesn't she doesn't physically have them. The Bank has them. But she's paid for them. She signs all the deal there. Hey, you're buying anonymous whatever you're not gonna be able to contact those laws. And here's our, you know, our terms of service, she then when the little girl is five does the twenty three and me, and is a little surprised to find that it leads traces back to relatives of the donor. The guy who donated it and she reaches out to them. Even though that's strictly forbidden. It speaks to where we are from a technology standpoint. And for those you do in twenty three and me or thinking about it keep in mind you have to opt into that. So the even though it's not the donor himself. It's his family members, and they opted in I guess, it's the way you co-, I've not done one of these. But I I guess that would be interesting for some people to meet relatives. They never knew they had. But she decided she's going to reach out to him. And and when she does initially they respond, quote, I don't understand. But she says she then got cease and desist letter from northwest Kreil Bank, telling her not to contact the donor or learn more information about his identity background or whereabouts. And they pointed her to the forms achieved signed during the initial transaction. And they're they're actually could be a financial penalty for it. She signed all of this. Well, her logic was screw them. I was shocked. It was devastating. I cried for days. I could barely eat. I wasn't doing this for me. I was doing this for the best interest of my daughter. I may have signed those forms. But my daughter's quote is an actual living breathing feeling human who did not sign that contract. As a. She pursued it further the sperm Bank said, you know, what you're done. They refunded. Her money for the other vials Asia refunded or money for all of it and says it will not sell her the samples that would allow her to have another child who would at least be a who. Would then be a sibling a full blood relative of her daughter, and that Scott, her more devastated, and crying and all this. Here's what here's what kills me. They learn she goes she said, they literally took my babies my future babies. I can't help it. If sciences overstepped where we are in terms of galaxy. But again, she didn't sign the contract. So this woman's reaching out. And if this anonymous donor obviously wants her daughter to have access to 'em guy, obviously doesn't want to have access because that's not what he signed up for. And the problem is the amount of people in the comments here, savaging him. Savaging him for being uncaring and unfeeling. Are you kidding me? I was just going to throw this out. So people could digest and tell me what they think eight eight eight nine three four seven eight seven four, but the mindset there where he some sort of monster. And she's an angel in this thing look at the length. She went to to go ahead, and and and trying to track this guy down when she knew what was up. She wanted to have a baby. This is the route that she went through and Shandor stood the terms not just because she signed him. But because it's logical right. That's a logical thing there that you would expect to be the way that it works since it's quote anonymous when there's a number and not a name on that violate, you know, what's up. So no, I'm not going to sit here and fault. This guy. And you know, frankly, the from if I don't get don't wave your five year old daughter, who by the way, I have I have no animosity towards this little girl. She looks Doral. She's sitting there little pig tails and. Yeah. I I hope that she's happy, but mom is mom's not in the right here. Mom is not in the right? And I and I'm sorry that eventually because you can't reaching out that they not going to allow you to go flu full blood relative here. But they sent you know, essentially, the cease and desist. And you and yet you persisted based on the fact that you think your five year olds entitled to it. Eight eight nine three four seven eight seven four also Ross, you know, the twenty three and me also a showed both of them have more native American heritage. And Elizabeth Warren. So there's that it's tough. Yeah. Don, that's pretty it's easy. All right. So yeah, we have that story for you. And you ready for this CNN has tracked down and thank goodness see yesterday after the whole Donald Trump and Donald Trump junior got together be a phone before the Russia meeting at Trump Tower, and colluded story fell apart when it was determined that actually Donald Trump junior on that day talk to business associates about stuff that had nothing to do with this. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know if you know that that whole narrative fell away and Adam Schefter. I didn't even care and said, well, they probably talked in person just making stuff up now. So after that fell away CNN had to figure out something else to report on. So they have determined. I guess a beginning point or a significant historical thing that eventually has put us into the whole global warming climate change thing. And I can't read through wait to read the headline to you. So that'll be coming up here in in just a few minutes, but first the the master of the polar vortex.
"kreil" Discussed on WJR 760
"Of the day the music died sixty years now sixty years when buddy Holly and the big Bopper and Ritchie Valens were killed in that plane crash, and I pointed out to Kevin who wasn't with us back. Then that in the first few years of our show. Rosie you weren't with us then either, and I don't think was born. But in the first few years of our show. Every time that anniversary would come around. We would do something about it. I always was kind of fascinated by that story, and I'm a big, buddy. Holly fan Ritchie Valentine. And so over the years we ended up interviewing like we interviewed Richey bounds. Widow we interviewed either a sister or somebody of a of buddy Holly's widow Richie bounds. Either a cousin or sister or something like that the guy the police sheriff in town. It was an Iowa. I clear. Where the plane crashed and they had buddy Holly's glasses. Were found that the scene outside in the snow, and they're in a file in the guy's office. Now under evidence, we talked to some people in Lubbock. I mean, it's so we've collected like probably the biggest set of modern day interviews that you can have as concerning that day. I'm not sure we ever did any big Bopper relating. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He was this was always like, buddy. Holly, others were buddy. Holly Ritchie balance. Other guy movies. Yeah. Bob didn't get either. Yeah. We talked to people were in the movies. You know, I think we had Gary. Think. So you don't remember? So we're gonna have to collect those and we'll see if we can pull some cuts from those from Monday if for no other reason that the make Kevin half off. And I told you guys when it happened. I do remember I was in the first grade, and I was course in the rock and roll music. And I'm sitting there watching the news because I heard about it on the radio, and it was almost like a non story was at the end of the newscast is at a free Rockin roller either. Because they didn't really emphasize rock-n-rollers kinda looked down on back then so they didn't really that didn't make the news. No, not at all. Well, it was. It led Don mclean's career. Yep. Certainly did you didn't get on the plane. I was reading about it. And you know, why they were flying because of their laundry was that what it was. Yeah. Yeah. They wanted to get their their laundry done. They needed for the next show, whatever. So you need to get to the next town faster than the bus because they had to get their laundry. Wa and they all wanted to fly in there was only room for three not four so Waylon Jennings. Lost a coin flip and he didn't get on. Wow. Anyhow, here's an interesting story that I don't know where you come down on this this I read this, and I just found this really strange and yet it's a it's a story for our time. And the police are apparently coming for me. A woman named Danielle. I want to pronounce his two shirt. Has a five year old daughter named Zoe one of thousands of children around America conceived with sperm from an anonymous donor. Now, apparently in recent months Danielle decided that she wanted to know more about her daughter's ancestry. And possible health issues. So she and other family members decided to get DNA tests from twenty three and me, you know that. And they got one for her little girl. So what turned up appeared to be one of the anonymous donors immediate relatives? Now, I don't know exactly how this happened. But somehow as a result of. This DNA tests. They found out. The relative of the sperm donor. And so this woman Danielle decided to call the person or contact the person with an Email saying, I don't wanna cross any boundaries. I just want to let you know that we're out here, and we're open to contact if you are wanting to get to know this person, I suppose to find out is there any history of something in your family, or whatever it is. Right. A couple of weeks later, she got a cease and desist letter from north west Kreil Bank, which was the sperm Bank that she got the sperm from telling her not to contact the donor or quote. Learn more information about his identity background aware about. They said that they would seek damages and they came to her account. I guess maybe she had in there, and they took back the vials of donated sperm that she had purchased. I guess at the at the time or arrange for at the time because she was considering having brothers and sisters for the little girl. And so she want him to come from the same DNA pool. They took them back. So now, she says, oh, they're taking my babies and thinking, well, are they or are why are you trying to contact the sperm donor? You know, it's supposed to be an anonymous thing. And so it's really weird to try to decide who's in the right and who's wrong, you're on the one hand if you can find out something that might help you down the road in terms of DNA, although half, the DNA as yours, but if you can find, you know, there's a family history of this that and the other thing, which by the way, I thought some sperm banks provided you with that. But maybe they don't on the other hand. Yeah. You know, people like the guy let's say a guy was in college needed them. Money donated sperm at the time. Now, he's thirty eight years old. He's married. He's got kids of his own. And suddenly this Email comes the by the way, I've got one of your DNA kids that could mess up his life too. So it's really like where do you come down on this particular story here is a little bit? These are these are from from this right, Anna because I'm looking at donor one is this are we? Yeah. But is this Danielle to sure here. Okay. So this is the interview. Okay. She's really into music singing, she's very athletic, very strong. Danielle tweezers five year old daughter Zoe is one of thousands of children conceived with sperm from an anonymous donor, and she's definitely a social butterfly which she did not get from me. All right. So he goes through the story and finds out, you know, when she goes gets the health tests finds out, you know, the name, I imagine you were surprised shocks. Yes. And it sounds like you didn't go looking for that. No, not at all the donated sperm had come from northwest cry Obama, which offers donor's anonymity. Your says the apparent relatives she found on twenty three and me listed themselves as open to messaging said I don't want to cross any boundaries. I just wanna let you know that we're out here. We're open to contact. If you are the relative responded, I don't understand. So toys, your says, she let it go. All right. Well, that wasn't the end of it as you heard, and then the sperm Bank kind of took offence took away the other vials of sperm that she had arranged for and this was her reaction. So what was it like for you getting that devastating? Shocked. I was crying for days. Like, I can barely eat because I felt embarrassed almost like here. I thought I was doing this thing. I thought was in the best interest of my daughter. And then I just came back on me. And just such a harsh way that made me feel like a I got I did something terrible like criminal now, the sperm banks point of view, north west Kreil Bank, says not all donors will want that opportunity. It told us there's a human being on the other side of the gift who may have a partner parents job and children of his own and uninvited contact could jeopardize these relationships and families, but experts say in twenty nineteen that contact may simply be unavoidable, and this Dr Peter McGovern is an infertility specialists. The problem we have now is that the science has kind of overstepped. Where we are in terms of legality. Do you think that it's even possible to promise someone that they will remain anonymous as a donor in the current environment? I think despite our best efforts we cannot promise that anymore. And finally, they go back to the woman who still upset about losing these other vials unless twice your sets with the loss of her vials. The promise of more children may be ended for her literally took babies. Future babies. I I read this, and I still even listening to it. And all this. I still have no idea like where my sympathies lie in this. Or if they lie anywhere, perhaps they're just they've been washed away by the strangeness of how families are formed here now of superior at least she's capable of having a child. She just wanted to do it on her own through purchases as opposed to finding a husband or partner or whatever. I don't know. I don't know Nana sperm dangerous these days, though. 'cause what if they grows up in me? Daughter real, you know, they need to know. Right. I mean, you mean for the way W date your sister? You need to know. What does a real sisters? The soup. I mean, I present this with with no point of view or take just put it out there for you think about and you come down on all I know is we're living in strange times. Get for donating anonymous, burn. Bags? With that. We'll check traffic. Please WJR traffic is sponsored by the origin temporal scanner thermometer, cold and flu season hits.