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"lacson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"lacson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Not going to focus focused yeah all but they were analyzing they were analyzing the treatment I don I cracked up because Donna goes what do you say about me dot don was like because it meant you know my dream is about the dreamer and how I feel about Donna in Donna's like well what does that what did he say about me and it was really funny but it's all it's all good I think nothing of positive thoughts about you know Kenny though Lacson throwing us throwing why don't know what you something and well my my light I was gonna call Donna with yesterday was yeah don I dream about you too but I'm I'm wide awake when I do it yes so you know what I I'm not I'm just gonna sit on that line item that could I did love I did love Steve's come back because they did a darn had to reassure Donna that there was nothing nefarious like nothing negative about my dream about Donna and then there was a pause and then a skit becomes on skipping goes now Kenny's dream however that'll that's a whole Hey Donna goes yeah now that I'm afraid of non Kenny's dream about me I'm afraid of so my dream this morning my work to remove the this morning I don't think it needs any at any explaining from Donner or any analyst or anything like that it was simple I think it was you don that was on the air in the my talk control room and I was sitting right there where I usually sit at this section play came in with somebody else I don't recognize and was talking in their normal out voice while you were doing an update so I simply threw coffee cups we're right in the head yeah.

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"lacson" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"lacson" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"To make sure that our country is prepared with response plans to protect civilians and military personnel at the same time speaking of protection of people NAAR the king contracts. And what's going on there because I found this fascinating you talk to you know. STAY ABOUT CO prescription for people who are high risk opiate users users. That sounds like every state should do that. Well currently they are nine states gem that have adopted some form of CO prescription where essentially physicians are required to have a conversation with a patient before they give them a prescription for no pay to also give them a prescription for some type of naloxone product like narcan nasal spray because we all know that timely access and administration of an Lacson Product Narcan can is critically important to saving laws. Now let's talk about these giant verdicts that you see. They give against the against these drug companies. Totally worthwhile says I think when they see. These shouldn't some of that money. Go to you to make sure that people have narcan and we stop having people dying from the stuff or I think the federal government is doing that maybe. CBS in a less direct way. With all of the state and federal funds to support the the OPIOID epidemic. There was one point. Eight billion dollars was US. Fund provided for funding for two thousand and nineteen. Much of that. Money is going toward procurement of naloxone products like narcan importantly it's also going to education awareness To make sure that the twenty one million patients who are taking some form of a prescription opioid are aware that there is a risk number one and secondly they're aware of the importance of having access to the lock zone to potentially save their life. The president talks talks in his people talk aggressively to me about Chinese Dumping Sentinel. That is poisons here poisonous. Spent can't be you can't be saved by anarchy. Well you can you can you can so whether it's Sentinel Car Fenton will. What's scary is that? There are derivatives of opioids and these kinds of products that are hitting hitting the market. That are you know. Very deadly doesn't take a lot of that material to cause mass death and You know our government is is proactively looking to protect folks okay. How another one anthrax still there? It is. It's excuse me along with swap pox. It's one of the main threats. How is it that we haven't figured these things out I mean the other one I mean botulism that still watch and kill people? When I was growing up? There was a bunch of cranberry cans that killed people whose botulism we're still. We still have a problem parcel. Well I think our government rightly so is concerned and being prepared to protect civilians aliens and military personnel from those kinds of threats and they are rightly proactively stockpiling a portfolio of products in the case. Where people who WanNa do something bad Are are prevented one. This question of there are people book civil number of people who believe that vaccines aren't good. They went there vaccine resistant. What do you think about people for instance who think that it's wrong to take the measles vaccine? Yeah I think the clear benefits of proactively immunizing People from known diseases diseases. Infectious Disease is critically important where it's measles or pertussis or any any number of them so while there are always risks in terms of potential adverse events The benefits far outweigh those risks. Leave it on that because I show people who listen to me this you know no more than anyone else in this country. That's the case it's Bob. Kramer's presence of Emerging.

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"lacson" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"lacson" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

"Ratings. I I go through. I do what what the reading eating is. I looked and perhaps I made mistakes. I look with other people like in <hes> not afraid to change them. You know you're always you're always adjusting your power ratings. You never stop adjusting your power ratings until the final bowl games over so <hes> it's a lot aww reading <hes> a lot of a lot of tweaking and <hes> trying to find matchups in situations I do go through each schedule and I like marking the One game. I'm eat schedule. That's a bulletin board game. When you're doing your reading now? There's always a double revenge game or a situation where it seemed lost yeah when Your House State Michigan you know with the final game of the year but when you're you know when you're Nevada uh and you lost to U._n._l._v. you know is that the game you're marking so look for situations now Markham down now because you may not remember when the season happens but if a team Pinza game as a bulletin board game at the beginning of the year look the play against them that week before well you mentioned that we're putting out in N._F._l.. preseason guide over wagertalk and make sure that you fall Ralph on twitter at cattle sports. Excuse me at Cal Sports L._v. what else you got going on over there at the website Oh man well. They're still coaching changes up there. There's <hes> you know and I'll just mention anyone. If that's why baseball <hes> it was a lot of work to put this together and basically what I did is I broke each H.. M. O. B. Game Down in the five situations home favourite of two hundred or more home favourite of one fifty one to one ninety nine home favourite of one twenty two one fifty between the one twenty one twenty one to one. I'm fifty and one fifty to one nine nine so you have seven situation and every category in the last four and a half years exactly what the record is so you WanNa know how a one hundred seventy five home favourite did when they're trailing by two runs after the first inning if you're thinking about live betting them I have the records for the last four and a half years. You WanNa know how to two hundred favorite does down three runs. After the third inning. I have the situation last four and a half years. There's five hundred forty different situation. Shen you're live betting you can exactly see what the record was to see. If you're getting value honor against that even that spot well it sounds great definitely make sure you check that out over at wagertalk dot com and as we get closer to the season we'll have our weekly segment with Ralph and I'm sure he'll have packages in different other things available for you over there as well but in the meantime again at Cal Sports L._V. A wealth of phenomenal information on twitter as well as over there at wagertalk dot com well if Michael's appreciate time has always been thank you so much for joining. We'll talk again real soon Adam great catching up things there you go. There's Ralph Michaels professionally handicapper over at Wagertalk Dot Com at Cal Sports L._V. on twitter coming up on Wednesday. We're chat with Laki lockers and also known as Ken Barclay. That's actually his real name is birth name is not lucky Lacson over chatting with him about his college football guide which comes out on Amazon on Thursday so we'll talk with him about why he wrote.

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"lacson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"lacson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"At seven forty on seven twenty WGN Chicago's smart, speaker, users just say, play WGN radio, and tune in WGN news, time, three o'clock. Let's get to the newsroom and Vic Vaughn. Thank you. Good morning. It's overcast at O'Hare temps holding at Fifty-seven agrees at the airport, expect higher gas prices at the pumps this summer states. Gas tax goes up July first it'll cost seventy three cents in taxes per gallon. It's part of governor Pritzker attempt to balance the state budget. Illinois has raised its gas tax in nearly a decade. It was among the states with NBA states that are imposing the lowest Geck's gas taxes of this increase now. Places Illinois in the top five states crossed the nation with the highest fuel tanks. More rain in the forecast for the mid west not much locally little bit, safter, noon, and this evening, but in some areas, south a little may be too, much a reverse in the midwest are still rising ABC's Kent Martin. Reports from Saint Louis Lacson dams on the Mississippi River north of Saint Louis are closed to traffic and the rivers forecast to reach at second highest crest on record in Saint Louis high waters and a storm overwhelmed. A power station and left downtown. Saint Louis businesses including Busch stadium downtown hotels, without water this weekend. When thousands of visitors were in town for the Stanley Cup playoffs and a series between the cardinals and the Chicago Cubs and vice president Pence is scheduled to visit Oklahoma this week to two or flood damage along the Arkansas river Kent Martin ABC news, Saint Louis Mexican officials taking a page out of President Trump's playbook in recent days utilizing Twitter as a tariff, looms ABC's, Mark Remillard,.

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"lacson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

11:58 min | 2 years ago

"lacson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"There's a journal seminars unauthoritised and rheumatism and Tufts University recently published their meta analysis of studies in that a meta analysis is the highest level of evidence that something works or it doesn't work or not it's safe for. It's not safe has what they do. They they find responsible high-quality non-bias studies and a bundle them together. But they have to have a similar perspective and what they're studying. So in this case, they're looking at either curcumin or Boswell Lia. So that's the bio curcumin on five auction versus placebo or versus drugs like Advil, Aleve celebrates for treating authentic knees today found eleven randomized controlled even clinical trials that were consistently high quality not biased while reported well-designed. And they found that they were really much more effective than using placebo for pain for knee pain, and hip pain. Now, that's important. When you have pain. Let's say God forbid you break your ankle. If you're sitting still you're not supposed to feel the pain. So once they put you in a cast the Pangalos way. It's when you move you feel the pain. Because the body's telling you don't move you're gonna cause further damage it's dangerous to move. But in some people the print the pain gets imprinted in their brain. And they're feeling pain. Even when they're not moving you're not that's not supposed to happen. So when you have knee pain, all the time. You shouldn't have that. It should only happen when you're moving. So placebo is basically retraining the brain to ignore the pain when it's not really there. It's a part of the brain called the Migdal your full India. Make look by giving placebo and saying, hey, I'm giving you strong medicine and any may make delicious ignores the pain and coach away, so placebos important pain. Studies placebo doesn't work in memory studies. You can't take placebo, and it helps you memory, but in paint studies, placebo, always works. So when you test something that has to be much better than placebo. Otherwise, what's the point? So they found that either by Kirkman or five Lacson products were much more powerful than placebo statistically, significantly better. In other words, you get a better clinical outcome. But has the thing day were as safe as placebo? You can't say that for drugs. The drugs were authorized us have a black box. Warning when you look at the and cert in the box in the bottle for the Advil for the Aleve for to celebrate for any of those drugs for the DIKO finnick is a very scary warning about heart failure and strokes and heart attacks in high blood pressure and swelling in the legs. And it's true. And most of them also caused vicious bleeding ulcers. So they said there was no significant differences between curcumin or Boswell Lia and placebo and safety outcomes. In other words, they were a safe safe as as pool she'll but the curcumin had showed no statistically significant difference. And I'll translate this the curcumin on showed no statistically significant differences in efficacy outcomes. Compared to end sage that's talk speak by researchers saying the bio curcumin works as well as Advil and sell approach and a leave for reducing your authorities pain. But that's an important thing. The drugs have been shown not to prevent further erosion of joint cartilage Schoff, you take a drug for your arthritic. Knee today, let called Advil or leave or celebration. I need strokes. They're not preventing further loss of joint cartilage. So they're working today. But six months from now, if you've lost a lot more college to not gonna work anymore. The buyer Kirkman locks and have been shown to slow down cartilage degradation. The five auction gets right into joint dishes research from Georgetown University and Ohio State University, the five locks gets right into joint and prevent further degradation of joint cartilage. So that means to buy Kirkman five blocks, and we'll keep on working beyond the amount of time that you're shallow brick and your Advil will quit on you. Plus, they're a lot safer. And they worked as well. As the Advil to leave the dike loafing because that's what the research shows. And they weren't getting the the upset stomach stomach pain that you get from the ad Valente leaf. You weren't getting. So here's a study from Chiapas car, university campus, carry universities as studied many of our products like our grape sheet, which is on special next. We'll talk back repeat Namib is Minerva medicine. A good journal and its patience with arthritic knees, and they had knee pain. I mean, they didn't just have authorized STAN pain, and inflammation, it was affecting their life. And they were they were on the usual drugs like celebrates Advil leave. They added bio Kirkman five locks into it. And it's strongly further reduced pain. She deduction perfect. If these people were already under drugs, so you could take by Kirkman five locks in on their own works. But you can also add it to the drugs because they found out it strongly improved the effects of drugs like four acting out. You're you're you're performing your daily tasks like vacuuming gardening going to the grocery store getting in and out of a car if it's further strongly reduced stiffness it was improving quality of life. It was strongly reducing pain. It really meant something. So here's another one, but it's just curcumin and five blocks. A two hundred one patients over a three month period. Same thing. It absolutely worked. It was absolutely reducing. It was reducing pain. According to the medical doctors to the doctors, it was reducing penta quoting to researchers, and it was reducing pain, especially according to the patients. So it is a lot of studies. Now the original study where they compete by Kirkman five locked into a drug was to celebrate silicon chip. I was a study at journal osteoarthritis and cartilage, and when they gave people at mcneese to buyer Kirkman five auction or to celebrate the buyer, Kirkman father auction was better for pain relief. People could walk much Furthermore comfortably on a treadmill on a buyer Kirkman five auction, and they could on celebrate the celebration was a little better for stiffness the celebration was a little better for stiffness. But to buy Kirkman fob locker was better for pain, and how much you could bend the knee, and how far you could walk. So this stuff really works. The stuff really works. Let me read you a couple of letters because the letters really spelled out. This is. A former dance teacher. She, you know, they have all kinds of aches and pains. Are his her first Email she sent me three emails on a product so far. But I didn't download the ones from this week because it was really asking other questions about other things. She's Gabriela she's a former dance teacher. I've had immediate results using your bio Kirkman filed auction to completely and immediately reduced my morning low back stiffness now that eight week. So that's that's when she first got the product eight weeks later, she sent me this one same Gabrielle format dance teacher. I started using your by Kirkman five blocks on eight weeks ago. It really helps relieve muscle pain following strenuous exercise will they and that's true. Dave done a number of studies like that and people run marathons and people in downhill races and people who ride bikes and people who play rugby and soccer, and he found if they give them the bio Kirkman five auction starting a day or two before and for about three or four days after at strongly reduces muscle pain and muscle cramps after intense, physical exertion, I mean, these are the lead athletes. So he is another one that's written me to emails. Her name is clear. She had so much pain in her knee. She had to walk down the stairs backwards. So here's what she wrote. This is February eleventh on my birthday. A little while before that I had entered by Kirkman five auction and collagen h powder. I'm a fan of yours. Having listened to you on the radio for a long long time on your recommendation. I purchase a collagen h h powder, which I'm taking an addition to you by recommend Fahd Lacson for the pain in my authentic knees after several days of taking supplements. I noticed a big improvement and a pain level in my knees where it was once painful to going down the stairs. I used to have to go down backwards. I am now able to walk down the stairs normally without much pain. So after several days she had to walk down the stairs backwards initially after several days of being on a by Kirkman five blocks onto college collagen, which work a little bit differently. He's walking down the stairs. Normally, here's. About six weeks later. So that's February eleventh his March twenty eighth. So it's about six weeks later dare, Jerry. It's cleal. I continue to be amazed at the miracle of painless nece after taking your college h x and your buyer Kirkman for my authentic knees at Snipes to be able to zip up and down the stairs. So this lady over the course of about seven or eight weeks went from walking up the stairs backwards. Two after several days walking up naturally would little pain and then eight weeks after that she's zipping up and down the stairs with no pain. So his another one like this. This is Joan and Bowie Maryland talking about her husband. My husband had been suffering with back problems for many many years. Also for years, she has been visiting what a chiropractor, however, very recently, the condition of his back grew much worse. His doctor recommended spinal laser surgery as remedy for his condition, although we live in Maryland, he would have to travel to Philadelphia to undergo surgery someone recommended that before undergoing surgery, he should call invite health and order dare bio curcumin, he said that he had used it. And it did wonders for him by clearing up all his inflammation. My husband wanted to buy Kirkman. And before completing the first bottle. He was almost healed and air is no longer the need for surgery. He is now on his third bottle. And he is feeling great. We think it is a great product his another one, Cindy. In New York. She's on buyer Kirkman five auction for three weeks when she wrote this. I was using a prescription anti inflammatory for an injury to my leg. I started taking by Kirkman five blocks shortly before I ran out of a prescription drug to allow your product time to kick in. I was able to totally discontinue a prescription when it ran out and just use your by Kirkman five blocks, and it really helped with the inflammation and pain. I had an attendance and ligaments behind my knees. I mean, we're getting excellent results. His y Nell in New York after surgery on my knees, I experienced painful stiffness for a very long time after an invite associate recommended by Kirkman five Lacson after being on it for just two weeks. I felt really from the pain and the inflammation. Thank you for your great product. We we get great results with us. If you have an authentic, knee or hip, you could take either with your drugs or you could take it alone. But take it with food. Always take it with food. Generally, if it's very painful I recommend.

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"lacson" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"lacson" Discussed on 710 WOR

"It's called silica how we put Boswell Lia Franken Cincinnati there for pain, and stiffness and inflammation. It really worked quite well. And then we have to collagen thousand milligram tablet. Daryl on special. Now, I also put bio curcumin, five blocks on special cassette that works differently than college. College stabilizes and rebuilds where buyer Kirkman fob Lacson as a quick fix for pain. It's a quick fix for pain. It's Tourab's one is Boswell Lia, which is known as frankencense we called up to five locks because of the pathway of blocks of blocks to five low patronage pathway and the other one is bio curcumin, which is very absorbable turmeric, the courier turmeric is great for joint pain and back pain, but it's hard to absorb. So by making it the buyer curcumin, which is a smaller size and more water. Soluble you absorb more easily. You don't need as much. So there's a number of studies comparing either the five lakh tion or to bio Kirkman to drugs like Advil, Aleve and celebration, and it works as well as infected tends to work a little bit better. And then there's a number of studies where they've used both and compare them to drugs. So here's some of those studies. These are patients. What rheumatoid arthritis? Rheumatoid arthritis is a very painful destructive dangerous authorizes an by the way, this is Baylor University down in Texas. And gave them either. Celebrate. Oh, I'm sorry. They gave me the dike low Fennac never take Dikhil low fanatic. I have to tell you Dr put you on fanatic. It's dangerous drug. It shouldn't be sold. It should be outlawed. It should be taken out of the pharmacies. It should be banned dyke. Low Fennac is also called Voltaren it can give you a heart attack. It can give you a stroke. It could give you heart failure. It could cause arrhythmias atrial fibrillation. Fifty percent of people on Dakhla Fennac have side effects from fifty percent of people. This is real. It's a lot more dangerous than Celebrex Advil or Aleve. It should not be used, but it's very powerful for reducing inflammation and pain. So in this study people had a really vicious type of arthritis. It's a dangerous type of arthritis because it could destroy your joints. You could take away your your livelihood. Your independence. I mean, imagine a musician with rheumatoid arthritis where it destroyed the joint fingers. They lost their livelihood or sports for your. I didn't something like that happened to Eric Clapton. I have to look into that in any event. Patients with rheumatoid arthritis were randomized into groups one group got bio- Kirkman five Lacson up. No, no, just buyer Kirkman. I'm sorry. Buyer, Kirkman alone. The other group Kat Voltaren. Or they got a combination of both. No doubt about it. The bio Kirk this is a very dangerous, very painful very inflammatory arthritis at attacks. All you. Join shut one show. Normally they look at twenty eight hundred once they call it. The dash twenty h war disease activity score in twenty eight joint like it affects you fingers your elbow. You shoulder. Your knee toes, you your knuckles, everything you hips at affectionately twins at once. They found that the buyer Kirkman worked as well. As to tackle finnick. Now, that's a lot. That's a very that's a much more powerful drug than celebrates Advil or Aleve. It's much more powerful for reducing pain, and inflammation. But the buyer per corkman worked as well. But it wasn't closing the side effects. It's a neutral phytotherapy research. And then they did a study data to studies where they compared bio Kirkman five Lacson to sell Akaka. You know, celebrates the by Kirkman five Lacson was slightly superior to celebrate for pain. For function. It was equal for stiffness. They worked as well. It's an journal osteoarthritis and cartilage first stiffness the buyer, Kirkman five blocks in matched celebrate generic. But as far as pain and using the joint like how far you could walk without pain. How much you could bend your knee without paying call range of motion. How easy was it to walk up or down the stairs? How easy was it to get out of a car seat? The buyer Kirkman five blocks from was actually superior to the celebrates at work better and safer. A lot of things that you got side effects from the drugs. The buyer Kirkman five blocks and actually protect those tissues. They protect the kidneys. They protect the bring. They protect the is they protect the heart. Is a lot of studies comparing to a curcumin two different drugs like naproxen. Like if you profit like silicon chip like DIKO fanatic, and it comes up working. It really does you can use it alone. Or you can add it to your medication for additional benefits. For instance, it helps protect you from some of the side effects of the medicine. I probably have about one hundred and fifty letters. On bio, Kirkman five blocks. About forty of them are back pain, which I never thought I never figured it would help that. But since then studies have come out on back pain, and I go, oh, well, it's real. I have at least forty letters of people would excruciating back pain where to buy Kirkman five Lacson and really Aleve. They're back pain. And now, we're getting more and more people with neck pain. I said that I on this program about three or four years ago. About three or four years ago. I said, you know, we always got people on what hip pain or knee pain or back pain? But now, we're getting a lot more people with neck pain. I said I think that they're doing too much in GM or it must be a computer. So a study came out about two weeks ago that I read on one of these programs. I think I read it on his show two weeks ago. When you're looking at the screen on your computer, you tend to crane your neck forward. So normally your head and neck way about fourteen pounds. It's easy for your body to support that it's not a problem. But when you crane your neck forward to look at the computer screen, your next acting like a fulcrum, and now you're headways forty six pounds. So a lot of people are getting degenerative, spinal disease in their neck from using a computer the buyer, Kirkman five oxygen and about ten letters has helped people with neck pain. I guess their computer users, and it's helped about forty people with severe back pain, not just mall back pain severe back as helped quite a few people. I must have about. Eighty ninety letters whereas help would authentic joins all different kinds of rightous. Whether it was wrong toward arthritis. Lupus oth- rightous offshore reatreat arthritis, which are quite dangerous, by the way. So not telling you not to use the drug, but added by Kirkman five blocks in for edit benefit. And for typical osteoarthritis of the near hip. It's been fantastic. I have so many letters on that it's been very successful. So we're going to move on. Bio curcumin five locker rooms on special. I take it just like as a brain booster. They've shown that when you do to buy a Kirkman and a five locks into protects your brain from inflammation, inflammation increases as you grow older. But also boosts memory. So I take to every morning with breakfast to give my memory a little boost because I do a radio show live at nine in the morning every day in ten in the morning every day than I a show one in the afternoon down south. I like that little boost I get it gives you kind of.

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"lacson" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"lacson" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

"So an example would be looking at, you know, small and medium-sized businesses that are doing business across across regions have to deal with multiple currencies looking at you know, what is the cost of actually moving money between various countries in the Middle East various countries between Middle Eastern, countries and abroad. And then helping them understand how could blockchain help that. How could other technologies even hope that right? And so and it's always blockchain mixed with something else. Right. Like Lacson isn't a solution on own. And so we're helping them to understand these problems actually with data helping them understand. And then how do we break them down? And then what are the actress solutions, and then ideally, even trying to pinpoint certain governments that are, you know, more interested in helping incubate some of these things or put some funding down towards hoping to to nurture these types of technologies growing in the region. So okay, what sort of countries? Do you see as being the country's it could? Luckily, benefit, the most cools we we've seen. Venezuela have a panic attack essentially a move into the petro dole. Is that the best solution? A main really isn't. Yes. Is it what sort of country is it going to benefit the most from blockchain and in? What way? Yes. Oh, I mean, I wasn't actually convinced on the petrodollar for several reasons. I mean, a big part of this is gonna be trust still even blocking space, and the reason is you need to trust the Venezuelan government's promised. And that's clearly not a guarantee by any measure, especially when you think about governments and. How drastically governments can change in these types of countries, especially right? And the next government might do the exact opposite of the previous government because they tend to be very very opposition. And it's not as much of a stable type of government that you typically see in the developed world, even even that's coming into pushing these as though and and so where we really see the benefit is, well, governments can nurture it. We need it to be technologies, and and businesses that that are helping the people and the people are adopting, right? And so there is a value as well to governments driving certain things. So, you know, we're seeing Singapore exploring their own guaranteed linked to crypto Russia's already done it. Right. So there's an Irabu that that they've launched and they've got a whole set of rules around that China's exploring number of other countries exploring it as well. And and there's value to that. But that's going to be a highly regulated type of environment. And they're obviously going to be a lot more cautious. Right. And it's also, of course, going to be private blocking. Right. They're not going to be putting all of their records on who touch each piece of money or each coin publicly like that wouldn't be what we would expect from governments. We can see value though of hoping to nurture and create the right set of resources, even the right set of regulation that doesn't stifle innovation just to allow businesses it self to operate in that environment and create solutions. What we're also seeing? That's pretty interesting in countries that have say governments, and they can't trust hyperinflation Roxie starting to see and hear about businesses in these places that are actually willing to accept crypto over their own national currency. So it's almost starting to come in. And people are saying, hey, we can't trust our government because we have thousand percent inflation or more. And that's also pretty interesting. Thing that we're seeing right now as well. We'll comes back to the my reason for bitcoin post DMC. We saw the lack of trust through the Bank is and then we saw a huge amount of people go through a huge amount of pine suffering loss..

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"lacson" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"lacson" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Hundred seventy one patients on a buyer Kirkman. And one hundred and sixty patients on WPRO profit. Same thing. Both groups improved. There was no difference between the Advil and the buyer, but the buyer Kirkman was safer. So this is an important thing. So here's comparing bio Kirkman five blocks into celebration. There was two studies comparing bio Kirkman five blocks on the celebrates two different studies. This is maternal osteoarthritis and cartilage and both studies to Barkman five blocks worked a little bit better than Celebrex, and it was absolutely safe. It was the safest placebo. So when people would bad pain and their knee pain. Okay. Dad paint flaw thrash. Yes. The celebrates works for the pain. The buyer Kirkman five blocks and also worked for the pain. In fact, the bio Kirkman five Lacson was a little bit better for pain and function of the knee like walking up announced stairs. They were both the same for stiffness bio, Kirkman five Lacson. And celebrate and people would arthritic knees work the same for stiffness to me like getting out of a car seat getting out of your share getting out of bed. But as far as a how far you could walk on a treadmill comfortably as far as how comfortable you are walking up and down the stairs as far as pain relief. The Kirkman five luxury was a little bit better than celebrates. So let's read some letters because I think nothing says it like letters my name is Dion good afternoon. Mr hickey. I have Shogren sunroom. Okay. Let me say what Shogren syndrome attacks, your tear duct in your eyes and attacks you salary clench in your mouth and creek when people have Shogren syndrome, they have a second autoimmune disease called Hashimoto's Thyroiditis where two rows will destroy near thyroid gland. So she goes, I have Shogren general. And since the chemotherapy, my body aches shed chemotherapy for breast cancer K sense to chemotherapy, my body aches and pains gotten worse and worse. My rheumatologist recently put me on prednisone for six weeks to see our responded to it. It's the first time since two thousand nine that I was paying free. But after taking the prednisone, my inflammation, definitely went down. There's no toys about my my. ES are and my she our people went down. But I'm now off because I can't stand prednisone long long-term stuttered a doctor putting me on a drug for my autoimmune disease. She put me on your bio, Kirkman five blocks from my rheumatologist treating my autoimmune disease out of a breast cancer survivor and started putting me on methotrexate or hydroxy Clark one which is called black, folks. She put me on bio, Kirkman blocks. I mean, what's not telling you, folks. Okay. Now, here's another one. This is an older dance teacher. Her name is Gabriela I have had immediate results using your bio Kirkman five blocks in two completely. And immediately relieve my morning, low back pain and stiffness has veto in Brooklyn. I have a spinal disc problem that gives me lower back pain quite frequently. I've tried many many other things, but nothing helped until I tried your invite bio Kirkman five launching I used it. I took two capsules two times per day. And after three days, I got some real pain relief. His Jackie in Brooklyn. I mean this stuff works quickly. Jackie studies show that human clinical trials published a medical journal show that it works quickly. Hitch Jackie in Brooklyn. Your bio, Kirkman, five blocks. And takes the edge off my lumbar disc. Pain I have been taking it daily for over a year. It is great because it doesn't burn a hole in my stomach ESPN did. Here's Cindy, I think she's in queens. She didn't put down or ten, but I remember I was using a prescription anti inflammatory for an injury to my leg. I started taking the via Kirkman five action shortly before I ran out of a prescription to give your product time to quick in. I was able to continue to prescription medication completely when I ran out and just use your by Kirkman five blocks, and it really helped with the inflammation. I had and attendance and ligaments behind my knee. My knee pain has improved dramatically. Hairs, Brian in Manhattan. Demonstra Hickey, please note that I have had chronic neck and shoulder pain for much I used AB profane, which gave me some relief..

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"lacson" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

The Meb Faber Show

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"lacson" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

"He's also a notable fintech investor recognize industry entrepreneur. On top of that, he's co founded advice period, which is on a mission to reinvent wealth management or throw to have on the show. Welcome Steve Lacson. Thanks. It's a pleasure be here. It is kind of a shame. We didn't drag you into the studio where local and I've been coming into the office just because it has air conditioning. My house doesn't have air conditioning, sweltering here in Los Angeles. Glad to have you on. Are you in LA? Currently, I'm in LA hiding in the air conditioning because somehow the humidity that I worked so hard to escape from the east coast followed. Me to the west coast so, but always happy to come near space. It looks great down there. Well, Jeff and I can relate. We're both from North Carolina spent many summers and Winston, Salem, and other places. I love the east coast south, but do not miss that humidity. All right. So we got a lot. We're gonna banter about today, and I don't particularly love doing this in general where we just start off and say, tell me your background but but yours is actually pretty interesting storyline because it kind of walks people through the Evelyn of the wealth management industry and how it's changed in the past ten twenty thirty years. So I thought might be interesting to have a little a little highlight reel of kind of the the Loch, shin origin story, and we can kind of go off and many tangents over the course of that, but and and kind of arrive at the advice period story. But why don't? Why don't you take us back to the beginning? You made me sound like old man time? Yeah. Yeah. And it's funny because I think and we'll talk about this more. I think it's the wild west again right now. And when I first got into the business, it was a bit of the wild west. I think we're going through another seminal moment, but the history was I started interning from one of the top producers at what was then like Mason these top producer at then Smith Barney and then Morgan Stanley and fell in love with the business, but didn't like working at the brokerage firm. So I ended up going into insurance business working with a guy who is a very large producer and predominantly focused on corporations and deferred compensation state tax stuff. So my love of tax which will play out through the entire story really started at the beginning. So this is straight out of college and then event one day, one of my clients said, I know you've got a background investments and I wonder if you can help me consolidate all my stuff, they'd started a number. Public companies and he had stuff all over the place. And that was the foundation for what became a family office. I didn't even know what a family office was at the time and I started working for this individual. This is nineteen eighty nine nineteen ninety four. We said, wow, there a lot of other people that need this kind of solution where we sit on the same side of the tables, the client. Let's start offering this service and I didn't really think about what the right size was, but with the tax focused, I was thinking about larger clients. It was just as easy to hear. No, from somebody with two million was with somebody, two hundred thousand or twenty million two million. So we went after larger clients, focus on estate planning and started our, I r I a learning basically without anything the follow from there. Another adviser asked us if we can help them, and we started leasing out our back office and that became the foundation for four June, which was our outsource solution for. Reporting and other firms at one to offer research that grew, we ultimately sold that to a financial holding company that also into Bank in Florida kept doing. We're doing grew the business, twenty seventeen. We sold it to sitting national Bank, which is what got me out to Los Angeles and kept doing the same thing. We wanted to be independent advisors client I, but if you start happening, kinda post await and even prio ate, I'd move towards fewer active and certainly more diversified portfolios mainly as a business protection mechanism, but also for diversification for clients. So our rule was, it wasn't an index or it wasn't a a.

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"lacson" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"lacson" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"Becoming their addiction broaden the lacson access is more beneficial and it's facts increasing access to drug treatment then might be a necessary complement to the laaksonen accessing curbing the opioid overdose epidemic now if you had taken me a side before any of this came out and you said as a is a drug that takes people who've overdosed and are about to die and makes it so they don't die enough to stop the opioid epidemic stupid and if you'd said well if we're going to roll out that drug should also be rolling out a comprehensive drug treatment strategy i would say of course that is common sense and so that is conclusion of this paper and so for all the controversy over some of the individual findings and i think the controversy has called into question some of the findings in a serious way i actually think that both the paper's authors and the people who they are in a dispute with largely agree on where things should go which is one we should not outlaw naloxone too that in order to treat something as complex and difficult as the opioid epidemic you need a comprehensive treatment strategy look if you are looking at heart disease and you said well when people are having a cardiac event we can do an emergency bypass and you said to me what's going to happen if the only thing we will out is free cardiac emergency bypasses all across the country with nothing else and i would say well you're not gonna fix the heart disease problem you're going to keep some people from dying during acute event but they're gonna die later from heart disease i mean you need to help them with their their diet and their health and their exercise and knowing that the signals of one to go to a doctor and all kinds of different things that are important for people who are suffering from from this kind of element and i just wanna know that's also the conclusion here so there's a lot to again to here but but i also want to turn down the temperature on the debate because i think those a an end point here that is more consensus oriented than one the writing in the rest of.

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What you need to know about naloxone, the drug that can stop an opioid overdose

Vox's The Weeds

02:08 min | 3 years ago

What you need to know about naloxone, the drug that can stop an opioid overdose

"Becoming their addiction broaden the lacson access is more beneficial and it's facts increasing access to drug treatment then might be a necessary complement to the laaksonen accessing curbing the opioid overdose epidemic now if you had taken me a side before any of this came out and you said as a is a drug that takes people who've overdosed and are about to die and makes it so they don't die enough to stop the opioid epidemic stupid and if you'd said well if we're going to roll out that drug should also be rolling out a comprehensive drug treatment strategy i would say of course that is common sense and so that is conclusion of this paper and so for all the controversy over some of the individual findings and i think the controversy has called into question some of the findings in a serious way i actually think that both the paper's authors and the people who they are in a dispute with largely agree on where things should go which is one we should not outlaw naloxone too that in order to treat something as complex and difficult as the opioid epidemic you need a comprehensive treatment strategy look if you are looking at heart disease and you said well when people are having a cardiac event we can do an emergency bypass and you said to me what's going to happen if the only thing we will out is free cardiac emergency bypasses all across the country with nothing else and i would say well you're not gonna fix the heart disease problem you're going to keep some people from dying during acute event but they're gonna die later from heart disease i mean you need to help them with their their diet and their health and their exercise and knowing that the signals of one to go to a doctor and all kinds of different things that are important for people who are suffering from from this kind of element and i just wanna know that's also the conclusion here so there's a lot to again to here but but i also want to turn down the temperature on the debate because i think those a an end point here that is more consensus oriented than one the writing in the rest of.

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"lacson" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"lacson" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Uhhuh house people are mad at you as always why didn't matter to me so here's some of the tweets rolling in i'm with lacson laugh left i also sign with death row is a rapid back in two thousand four before she passed away people say you missed big l multiple people have tweeted you miss big l on your list he had three he had three records that were after death there's also someone miguel says nicklaus kras wine is not dead that's why he wasn't in my top karras when like that one miguel no cares miguel says don't let locks and lamps get away with not telling us we as i to pucker biggie he said shit buck park okay park was playing in the background because you said it's big than we didn't i i didn't hear it either so he said he said and then we start playing puck is number one also this is mike morales who says you were giving teasers about joshua's news for the past hour kept putting it off put it off l z stupid on sports related lists and when you do have to get into work thanks a lot managed to lock jordan o'clock here's the good work now so he's mad on at work yeah podcast this work until your boss that you listen to kishan georgia nosy when he asks you what you super days in la the list was hip hop figures so i understand a jam master jay was the dj not the rapper new people that's why i was like hip hop p i knew that that's why i said he's little high for that but that's okay you got bill your deals jay boy makes a great point about what i said about warren g and they doggy says george technically warren g and nate dogg were in long beach in that song and not la traffic says a lot different than their stories possible especially in the nineties you didn't ask me should ask me.

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"lacson" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"lacson" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Uhhuh house people are mad at you as always why didn't matter to me so here's some of the tweets rolling in i'm with lacson laugh left i also sign with death row is a rapid back in two thousand four before she passed away people say you missed big l multiple people have tweeted you miss big l on your list he had three he had three records that were after death there's also someone miguel says nicklaus kras wine is not dead that's why he wasn't in my top karras when like that one miguel no cares miguel says don't let locks and lamps get away with not telling us we as i to pucker biggie he said shit buck park okay park was playing in the background because you said it's big than we didn't i i didn't hear it either so he said he said and then we start playing puck is number one also this is mike morales who says you were giving teasers about joshua's news for the past hour kept putting it off put it off l z stupid on sports related lists and when you do have to get into work thanks a lot managed to lock jordan o'clock here's the good work now so he's mad on at work yeah podcast this work until your boss that you listen to kishan georgia nosy when he asks you what you super days in la the list was hip hop figures so i understand a jam master jay was the dj not the rapper new people that's why i was like hip hop p i knew that that's why i said he's little high for that but that's okay you got bill your deals jay boy makes a great point about what i said about warren g and they doggy says george technically warren g and nate dogg were in long beach in that song and not la traffic says a lot different than their stories possible especially in the nineties you didn't ask me should ask me.

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"lacson" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"lacson" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Double d security solutions they have a see wave locked where you could do temporary lacson cell phones for people to get your home so i don't know if they got something like that they can wanna box brought sides 230 type of these comeback i wanna know who's got these solution for the porch pirates it's 230 from revolution software noose opposing paul was going on behind matt thanks gene a pair of highprofile falls from grace today matt lauer fired from the today show on allegations of sexual misconduct and garrison keillor already retired from prairie home companion fired by minnesota public radio analogous asians of quote improper behaviour words sexual not used no other details yet form a cop of inspect gets home confinement with weekends locked up and will take out a newspaper ad and right of uh genetic letters to former colleagues following his conviction for selling steroids and money laundering and a coventry couple facing criminal neglect charges police lear eightmonthold daughter was found unresponsive last week following a nine one one call and pronounced dead at kent hospital wpro sports writers bronx obtaining the friars tonight and from the christmas decor weather center act together meteorologist carl eriksson says this afternoon partly sunny breezy and warmer high in the low 60s clear tonight low twenty seven tomorrow cooler clouds and sun with a high of forty seven then friday breezy some rain early in the morning and then clouds and sun in the afternoon with a high of fifty two currently it is sixty two degrees here at the weather station from the new england truck solutions traffic center here is your burger king regional traffic report is sponsored by the.

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"lacson" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:43 min | 4 years ago

"lacson" Discussed on WTVN

"The lacson ahmad excuse and the jefferson and the mike lees you're it and there's tens of millions of us we've got to get into the minds of people it's the only way i certainly can't do it alone and you're the lavigne eits you're the proud american gia the proud patriots you're the lavigne nights if you listen to this show you're a cut above i don't care if you have a college degree or a high school degree or in advance debate none of that matters none of it matters you're here and you wanna learn and you want to know you don't have to agree with me all the time that's not even the point you want to know where to go to learn and no you want to know as much as you can despite working hard every day or despite dealing with family issues every day or other issues that you have virtually every night my ninety two year old father calls me on the phone he is engaged he is concerned he is a patriot and that's like many of your family's it's like many your family's it's hard to believe that 2017 what do we it's over twothirds over threefourths over time doesn't stand so so don't waste another minute join amac now he's saying these aarp commercials all over cabletv pushing oba obama care attacking the repeal of obamacare they aarp amac is the opposite of the aarp it's for people like you it's the association of mature american citizens it's leading the it's the leading conservative boys for americans were fifty years old and up and they are resolved to continue their mission to restore america's moral compass to make it a better place for our children to save america from the left and from the aarp as an aimak member and i should know i am amac member you'll also gain access to a variety of exclusive benefits and discounts that i help you save money from car insurance and medicare plant discounts on hotels car rentals and.

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"lacson" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:40 min | 4 years ago

"lacson" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Lacson ahmad excuse and the jefferson and the mike lees you're it and there's tens of millions of us we've got to get into the minds of people it's the only way i certainly can't do it alone and you're the lavigne nights you're the proud american gia the proud patriots you're the lavigne eits if you listen to this show you're a cut above i don't care if you have a college degree or a high school they grader in advance debate none of that matters none of it matters you're here and you wanna learn and you wanna know if you don't have to agree with me all the time that's not even the point you want to know where to go to learn and no you want to know as much as you can the spy working hard every day or despite dealing with family issues every day or other issues that you have virtually every night my ninety two year old father calls me on the phone he is engaged he is concerned he is a patriot and that's like many of your family's it's like many your families it's hard to believe that 2017 what are we to taubert twothirds over threefourths over time doesn't stand so so don't waste another minute join aimak now he's saying these aarp commercials all over cabletv push obamacare attacking the repeal of obamacare they aarp amac is the opposite of the aarp it's for people like you it's the association of mature american citizens it's leading the hits the leading conservative voice for americans who are fifty years old and up and they are resolved to continue their mission to restore america's moral compass to make it a better place for our children to save america from the left and from the aarp as an aimak member and i should know i am manet magma member you'll also gain access to a variety of exclusive benefits and discounts that i help you save money from car insurance and medicare plans discounts.

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"lacson" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"lacson" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Miss mason how did the organizers of way home respond when you asked if you could bring along urinal lacson kit um well at greek lake gardno respond and guy after feud eight equating i decide to contact them among eight book and it wasn't until the phone which bear the evening on the wall and guy they just simply put it no drugs or drug paraphernalia will be allowed on site what did you say in response to that un i've got to say i was a little bit upset a had shared with them a lot of information about myself and why would want to bring locks on on site and they ignored that and it wasn't until today that they address on the lock zone altogether uh they really just said that you know there's more to the drugs that we uh do you it's not just using laaksonen everything's okay there's like medics that are gonna be hands and everything along those lines but they still haven't let me know whether an alexa even be allowed by paramedics on the festival ground why is it so important to you personally to bring this kit twoway hauled i will not hear at osceola and the comfortable in montreal i experienced a really unfortunate event whether girl who hasn't no in the thick of the crowd a collapsed playground i'm not fully sure whether this a reckless related though it most likely that it was considering a the state that she was in her complete unconsciousness but um the time it took for me just to create a path for her from two carrier out let alone just for being able to be transported to a medical tent was just.

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"lacson" Discussed on This Won't Hurt A Bit

This Won't Hurt A Bit

02:23 min | 5 years ago

"lacson" Discussed on This Won't Hurt A Bit

"So if fritz here's the thing if it's a pure heroin overdose and you give the pure reversal agent now lacson within sixty seconds that person would generally if you give it i be that person will be awake and probably in withdraw screaming at you calling in also but it's not instant but it's pretty quick sneer within a few minutes this person if it's going to work wakes up pretty quickly do most drugs have like this miraculously amazing antidote or is it just heroin that has the benefit of this now heroin as the best one there are reversal agents for things like benzodiazepines we don't use them very much but like the big one the one that kills most people alcohol there is no magic alcohol would reversal drug it's called thymine headaches is the reversal for carlos got a bloody and mary with a wry again it all right so pulp fiction classic seen badza lots of problems there so given that wanna see plus cplus on giving in an a because it's a classic i love that movie even though the medicine not so accurate wet but where do you go from there you've already given in a vis aaa rating bonds drilling a rating would be fought in okha them then again you are the professor i'm in his glass defer to you all right let's talk about the next movie yes mad max theory road okay i'll come clean on all admitted i loved the mad max you're in a world norm whilst well in the home postapocalyptic groping is just fascinating to me here is women should be decided it speaks to a deep dark place in my consciousness were i'm very concerned about the future of the planet had only the greatest warriors and their deadliest enemies emerged from the flames and it not joanna the mad max series is a classic it helps at it was directed by george miller australia's most famous director and the fact that george he's a talk and he paid for the boost to mad max movies by working where in the emergency department and as the onset physician while at that point you had me at lives she to shut the council love us harry reid is slight.

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