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Travel to the Alsace Region of France

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

08:27 min | 1 year ago

Travel to the Alsace Region of France

"I'd like to welcome to the show. Brady read from a world vegan TRAVEL DOT com. Who has come to talk to us about the all sauce Brady? Welcome to the show It's a pleasure to be here. Thank you so much for having me and I've already learned something because I was the first thing I came out of my mouth when we started talking. I was saying it wrong about who you want to put it on a map force. Yeah absolutely so the else. Region of France is in the east of France its shares but if a border with Switzerland and also Germany. So it's really in the east central part of France and there's some things that are unusual about this area which will get into. But why should someone go to the all Saas Festival frats just generally speaking is of course a very very popular destination? One of the reasons why. I think France is so appealing. Is that each of the regions So different and also is particularly interesting. In my opinion for a number of reasons so festival is a little bit of like a cultural exception to France and what I mean by that is had a huge influence from Germany over its history and indeed. Alsace has actually been part of Germany and part of France and has it flopped many times over the past hundred years and I believe that before the first world war it was part of Germany for a while and then it went back to France after nine. One thousand nine hundred eighteen when lost the war and then of course it went back to Germany during the Second World War and then went back to France after the war ended so because of this it has a huge amount of German influence in terms of the architect jar in terms of some of the cultural aspects. It even has its own dialect. Which maybe isn't so surprising because actually have quite a number of dialects there but Alsatian is actually quite similar to Swiss German. Actually and actually little trivia there. The USA foundation was actually banned in nineteen forty five however raising white was banned was because they didn't France after the war they didn't want any German influenced in the languages. I believe and when they realized that this was probably wasn't a good idea to ban language like this they actually made it sort of officially able to be used again and now it's the second largest dialect in France although not so many people speak it now and it really is a mixture of all German and French so there are so many reasons but I'll start off with that. It's very different to the rest of France Sir and you mentioned that it was German at the beginning of World War One and became German after the Franco Prussian war in eighteen. Seventy that was when it was acquired by Germany which is shortly really after Germany becomes Germany at that point in terms of Germany becoming got country. So excellent will. What kind of are you going to recommend for us? Well I mean L. S. Is just such a fantastic destination? Because it's really sort of small enough that you can get a really good sense. Some feel of the place and see a wide range of different things in a short amount of time so first of all. I'd love to chat about like getting there because this is really changed in just the past few years so the first time. I went to Alsace which was twenty years ago. Now it required. I mean we know that French trains are extremely efficient but they didn't have any TGV's at all and certainly not the fast tracks until just two thousand sixteen. I think it was so it went from being able to get there in five six hours from Paris to being in central Paris to Strasbourg. Lose in just two hours so it's really really accessible now any for French people but those people coming into France or maybe even want to just add a little. Stay IN AL's Asif that bison themselves in Paris I mean you can even come down for the day. Is that a train that is running from the guard. Dalil I believe so yes yes. It is so young in there so many wonderful things that you can do like I said. There's a real mixture between towns and villages and Cities Festival Strasbourg. That is a really great place to include on your itinerary and I can certainly talk more about what travelers can experience there and this beautiful towns of Karma which is much smaller. You also have the incredible voege mountains to the west of Al Sas and then just across the border into Germany. You have the Black Forest Mountain. They're back forest mountains. Which really beautiful. You had the wine route as well which is beautiful scenic road a scenic road. Where not only do you get to stop off in villages where you can taste wines which very scenic and beautiful but also the countryside? There is just so stunning as well. But it's also really good point to jump over and get three countries for one so to speak by going over the border in Germany. There are some really lovely towns just across the border in baden-baden Okara through and also Basel in Switzerland is a really cool destination as well. So yeah that's kind of a very brief overview. Well where are we going to start? Well I guess because stop in Strasbourg if you like. It seems like a good place to start stress. Book is I think I believe. It's the tenth largest city in France and it is quite an international city because the European Parliament is there so it's love Europeans that are living there who are involved in European politics. And not only is stressful. Like the capital of Alsace and have this focus as being the head of the European Parliament. It's also extremely scenic and the Cathedral itself is absolutely studying. It's widely considered to be one of the best and it's like the Second Tulips Cathedral in the whole of France. And it's considered to be just an incredible example of romanesque architecture and Lepetit class which is like a little region very small area in the center of Strasbourg is actually UNESCO. World Heritage as France has so many UNESCO heritage sites lepetit. Floss is is one of them and that's really famous because it has some beautiful half Timoteo houses and beautiful little couple straits. There's a little sort of canal system that runs through it and you can take a little boat and go through the Loxton and get a bit of a tool there and of course it's particularly magical like the rest of us is at Christmas Time. Where of course you have all of the Christmas markets and there's also the Palais COA which is a beautiful building and real sort of palace kind of setup and has a lot of museums in. That's so stressful is a definite must see. I would definitely recommend heading there for at least a day so if you would just going to stay in the town of stressful then. I think it is absolutely worthwhile and it's something that we do when we are there is too. You can of course find a free walking tour and these are very very popular in France. We have a guide that we use and she's absolutely fantastic with any tool off. The town is going to be so helpful because there is just so much hidden in plain view that you just would not do unless you had somebody explaining to you and professional guides just this incredible source of information in this area

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"lepetit" Discussed on Point of Inquiry

Point of Inquiry

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"lepetit" Discussed on Point of Inquiry

"That. I am here with Susan Blackmore. Thank you so much for joining me. No pleasure. Thank you. And sue is going to be giving a talk tomorrow on the new science of out of body experiences as we all know out of body experiences for long Nordby science, and as you right? They were likened to astral, projection and wandering souls, but you had dramatic out of experience of your own in the nineteen seventies. Which at the time, you say seemed inexplicable can you give us an overview of what happened would take me a long time, two and a half hours. But basically, I was sleep deprived. I smoked a little bit of cannabis. I've been playing around with a ouija board. I was in a kind of a bit of dopey stage state, and I was sitting around with some friends, and I felt I was going down a tunnel. And I didn't know anything about tunnel experiences. The whole idea. Near death experiences hadn't been invented by. Then then a friend said to me where are you sue which is very weird question when you're sitting right next to a moment flow. Anyway, I went God where a moment at tunnel. And it was everything became clear, and I was looking down from the ceiling can Nonni say when people say they went to heaven never thing all that stuff, and it so vivid. It really is in this may well be because you're not taking any external information in your brains inventing it over clearly don't really know. But it is so compelling anyway from there, I went travelling at all kinds of adventures, but eventually I tried to get back into my body, and I kind of overshot went to small so I tried to get larger too large. And I'm really rushing through to the end where they came a mystical experience oneness, which again like never heard I was always this is nine hundred seventy and I was nineteen and I simply merged into the universe became one with Unum. Will like back which was a struggle to get back to normal get back into that body and carry around. It was a physical struggle or had the physical and mental struggle. It was underrating everywhere. I can fly. How do I get back into that heavy body and you weren't scared? No. I don't think I was got my friend. Kevin kept talking to me the whole time. I was just amazed. I was just amazed life think of it now us con reinstituting the allusion of self because we laugh the neuroscience. We have you know, there isn't a Solo Spirit. At least what I think my skeptics with think there isn't a Solo Spirit little psychic conscious me inside our head. It's what the brain does the Tele story that I'm inside here. And I'm in control of my arms and legs. And what have you and the coming that process was a bit like that having to reinstitute what it normally feels like from having just been, you know, everything's one. So that was the experience or frame of the time well in a way. Yes. But not insensible way. I mean, my my response to that was it didn't fit with anything. I was learning in my degree on visit in physiology and psychology. So what could have happened, of course, became a delist immediately. My soul is left my body or my astral body has left. My physical this proves to Lepetit clever. Kindnesses pre cognition goes poltergeist life after death. I started trying to which I read the tarot cards addressed in all the appropriate far out. Hey with you. Good. Gee, that'd be to bring our old selves, quite fun. But then I did a PHD data note of experiments, and that's what and be from psychic sue into into a parapsychologist, and then ultimately into skeptic, and I joined Saikal got involved in nineteen seventies and eighties skeptics till questions. Then follow up. This was the impetus for for pursuing your day. I'm guessing. Yeah. And then you also write that OBI research is contributing to our understanding of self, and and you're planning to discuss the kind of positive skepticism, you say that does not just debunk or ignore strange claims, but turns them into useful science. So what transformed OBI from fringe to a legitimate pursuit? Well, it took many many decades. So I really struggled to try and understand that experience became skeptical. And I wrote my first book in one thousand nine hundred eighty two. Beyond the body. But we didn't have the science. Then what happened was in two thousand and two newer, scientists discovered stimulating the brain of an epileptic patient that he'd found the spot that you could induce an.

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"lepetit" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

13:02 min | 2 years ago

"lepetit" Discussed on WTVN

"For the occasion and pink now. Nice of him. And then it gets worse because it then moves to the Commonwealth of Virginia. And we played you the testimony of the sponsor of the Bill this this woman who at the same time was sponsoring a Bill to protect the caterpillars that become butterflies. You can't you can't kill them. And when she's testifying. She said you'll yeah. No, a woman even dilating can have an abortion should be her choice avenue abortion. And then the governor north them is asked about this. And he gives this gruesome description of what would actually happen, and what the law would actually allow. And I've got to warn you that this next half hour is going to be tough to listen to. So if you have kids in the car, you may want to be careful, but you know, here's here's the governor of Virginia still not resigning over the black face or this issue. Nobody calling for his resignation over what we heard him say here, it is if a mothers in labor, I can tell you exactly what would happen. The infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable the infant would be resuscitated. If if that's what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother, oh, by the way, he's a pediatric surgeon those pictures of the person in black face on his page, and in a Ku Klux Klan outfit. That's you know, he's a medical student. He's a pediatric doctor apparently. So let me understand the. So you know, we'll deliver the baby who make sure the baby's comfortable. And after the baby's comfortable. Then the mother's going to decide whether if the baby's in need of medical attention, whether or not help resuscitate the baby, okay? There is a human living soul that is apparently being kept comfortable living on its own a human being, and then well, we'll let the mother decide you wanna keep it or not keep it. Then we'll have a discussion with the doctors and the mom not. Maybe we'll go down to the maybe we'll go down to the kitchen or the commissary in the hospital and see what that's like I mean, it is beyond gruesome now, it's expanded to Rhode Island and New Mexico and California and oh now Massachusetts has gotten on board. They wanna similar Bill. It was a motion in the Senate to protect babies born alive from an abortion, Democrats, wouldn't even let it come up for a vote that would have offered protections for babies have even botched abortions that lived you. Don't think it happens. It did. It it does. Now joining us is Melissa Odin. She is an abortion attempt survivor, and by the way is gone on to live a great life. As I understand it as two daughters of her own. She didn't miscarry one son. She speaks out loudly for the voiceless, and we also have with us, doctor Levin Tino. Dr levered Tino started doing abortions in nineteen seventy seven in New York state. During his residency graduated in nineteen eighty went into private practice. I in Florida than in New York and five years doctor Levin, Tino, he performed over twelve hundred abortions, including one hundred second trimester saline abortions. And then later DNA abortions up to twenty four weeks. And they both join us now. Thank you for being with us. Thank you. Melissa odin. So. Your mom, tried to abort you. But you're alive. What happened? Well, I was the type of procedure Dr Lepetit. No, did I am a saline abortion survivor, and it was also in nineteen seventy seven. So you know, what I know is that my birth. Mother was nineteen years old. She was a college student, and she was actually forced into this abortion by her mother. My maternal grandmother who was a nurse at the hospital where it was performed. So this type of procedure was meant to poison and Skuld me to death. And my medical records actually indicate that I soaked in this toxic sell solution for five period while they attempted to induce my birth mother's labor. And finally that fist day they succeeded. I was expelled from the womb in the final step about abortion procedure. And of course, they thought I would you delivered as a successful abortion, otherwise known as the deceased child, but lo and behold, I was born alive. It's unbelievable now did you ever confront your mother about this? Yeah. So I'm adopted and didn't know that I survived a sealed abortion until I was fourteen. How did you find out? By complete accident. Really? It was a pretty traumatic thing. But my sister, my older sister. Let me know that there was more to the story of my life. And I sat her mother down and never expected for her to say, you know, you survived a failed abortion, and you know, it's devastating. I wish the other side of this issue could understand how traumatic it is to live this kind of life. This is not an easy truth to live through or to live in this kind of do you have any residual physical or mental impact from this. And other oil, you're describing emotional, but are there any physical issues that you've had to deal with as a result of what you're describing is utter brutality. Right. Not long term. So when I first survived the day thought, I had a fatal heart defect there were arguments about whether I would be provided medical care. I've actually been contacted by nurses at that Haas. Spital who were there? I'm gonna meet one of them next month probably face to face for the first time. But I know that there were arguments that they laid me aside that certain people didn't wanna provide me medical care. And so when somebody actually mother your your real mother, ever apologize. Yeah. So I'm one of the few abortion survivors, who's been connected with my biological mother. We actually have a really great relationship. We actually live in the same city. I have this very face filled life that God has blessed. So we live in very close proximity. I was just the other day. She's very sad about what was done to me. What was done to her? You know, she said her greatest regret in life is that she didn't run away from our family to save me. In other words, it was her family pressure that she was pregnant. I assume another young age, and they were pressuring, right? And not just pressured. I mean, literally her mother made that abortion takes place. Wow. Don't talk about right? So many times this past. That's what it used to be. You know, nobody remembers what happened to one of the Kennedy kids putting a hospital, and and basically had a lobotomy some horror riffing treatment of children. Geraldo willowbrook when he discovered with some disabled kids, in the way, they were treated like animals, it was horrible. Dr Levy Tina, let me start with you. So you. Perform some twelve hundred abortions including abortions as late as twenty four weeks. If a if can we can cannot child now be sustained at twenty four weeks with all the medical advancement. We've made. They can. And this is this is what prompted Sandra Day O'Connor years ago to say that Roe versus Wade was on a collision course with itself because row the original decision. Seventy three said that a state could prohibit late term abortion third trimester abortions, and they picked that third trimester. Because that was the beginning of viability and nineteen Seventy-three medical science has not stood still even the WHO at this point recognizes that fetal viability starch probably around twenty two weeks. Now, there are some that survive earlier, but survival is viability is now defined barely consistently is about twenty two weeks of just station. Well, let me ask you a so you did this for a number of years twelve hundred abortions one hundred second trimester saline abortions DNA abortions up to twenty four weeks. How do you feel about having done that at this point? And then I'll ask you to describe it, which is why I gave a listener warning earlier, obviously, I'm not happy that that's the decision. I made I stopped doing abortions over thirty years ago. How would you stop you change your mind? My almost six year old daughter was killed in an auto accident. I'm so sorry when you do a DNA abortion, a second trimester Dini abortion. You are literally tearing a child to pieces with your own hands. And I did over one hundred and twenty of those procedures I did do saline abortions in my residency many years before but those became. Say we don't do those anymore, but you know, after her death, and I never thought anything of it. I got used to it. But after you lose a child, and I tell people, you know, if you have a child, you may think you have some idea of what that's like if you haven't been through this yourself. You have no idea what it's like, I hope you never find out. And after Heather died was struck by a car and killed several weeks later, I showed up to do my first Dini abortion, and literally tore out an arm or a leg in the instrument got sick, but had to finish the abortion. I mean, once you start an abortion, you can't stop you'd have to get two arms two legs and all the pieces because if you don't your patients gonna come back, infected bleeding or worse. Well, let me ask you. Okay. So an early term abortion is what you're describing at what point does it become. You're talking about tearing out limbs. And when you take them out with these instruments, which are ripping out. I mean, you see an arm you see hands you see fingers. You see toes you see ahead. You see is. I mean, what are you seeing when you're doing this? You got it. You just described it yourself now first trimester abortions are typically done either by suction DNC, or now the medical abortion pill, R U, four eighty six or Mitha practices is called. But even when you do a section DNC, and you can only do that a few weeks after pregnancy if I'm not mistaken right right now, it's approved up to ten weeks from last menstrual period or eight weeks from conception. But in reality mifepristone is being or are you forty six is actually being used in the second trimester as well. So it's being used even at later stages of pregnancy at this point. But you know, whether it's the suction. Eight weeks last menstrual period from head to rump. That child is about one inch tall at twenty weeks. Look at your hand from the middle of your middle finger down to your wrist. That's the crown rump size from the head in the rump. Counting legs of a baby at twenty weeks. And as I always tell my students and others. You know today, you're an adult one child. Once you're a baby. Once you're an inch tall. But it was always you. Now, are you against all abortion? Do you believe life begins at conception? Well, I do, but it's your that's that's a much more complicated discussion. We can have abortion in very limited circumstances. It's it's a long discussion. We probably don't even have time for on the program. We we have time. We'll do it. We're not in a rush. Well, I'll tell you what you want me to take a break, Linda or. We'll take a break. And we'll come back Melissa Odin is with us. She was they her mother attempted an abortion on her. She survived it and doctor Levin, Tino is with us and who himself performed twelve hundred abortions, including some as late as twenty four weeks into pregnancy and regrets it and with all the the talk about, you know, up to birth abortion now in seven eight states and the Senate not protecting children that survive abortions. I think it's.

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Republicans introduce House version of bill banning infanticide after failed abortions

Sean Hannity

10:57 min | 2 years ago

Republicans introduce House version of bill banning infanticide after failed abortions

"If a mothers in labor, I can tell you exactly what would happen. The infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable the infant would be resuscitated. If if that's what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother, oh, by the way, he's a pediatric surgeon those pictures of the person in black face on his page, and in a Ku Klux Klan outfit. That's you know, he's a medical student. He's a pediatric doctor apparently. So let me understand the. So you know, we'll deliver the baby who make sure the baby's comfortable. And after the baby's comfortable. Then the mother's going to decide whether if the baby's in need of medical attention, whether or not help resuscitate the baby, okay? There is a human living soul that is apparently being kept comfortable living on its own a human being, and then well, we'll let the mother decide you wanna keep it or not keep it. Then we'll have a discussion with the doctors and the mom not. Maybe we'll go down to the maybe we'll go down to the kitchen or the commissary in the hospital and see what that's like I mean, it is beyond gruesome now, it's expanded to Rhode Island and New Mexico and California and oh now Massachusetts has gotten on board. They wanna similar Bill. It was a motion in the Senate to protect babies born alive from an abortion, Democrats, wouldn't even let it come up for a vote that would have offered protections for babies have even botched abortions that lived you. Don't think it happens. It did. It it does. Now joining us is Melissa Odin. She is an abortion attempt survivor, and by the way is gone on to live a great life. As I understand it as two daughters of her own. She didn't miscarry one son. She speaks out loudly for the voiceless, and we also have with us, doctor Levin Tino. Dr levered Tino started doing abortions in nineteen seventy seven in New York state. During his residency graduated in nineteen eighty went into private practice. I in Florida than in New York and five years doctor Levin, Tino, he performed over twelve hundred abortions, including one hundred second trimester saline abortions. And then later DNA abortions up to twenty four weeks. And they both join us now. Thank you for being with us. Thank you. Melissa odin. So. Your mom, tried to abort you. But you're alive. What happened? Well, I was the type of procedure Dr Lepetit. No, did I am a saline abortion survivor, and it was also in nineteen seventy seven. So you know, what I know is that my birth. Mother was nineteen years old. She was a college student, and she was actually forced into this abortion by her mother. My maternal grandmother who was a nurse at the hospital where it was performed. So this type of procedure was meant to poison and Skuld me to death. And my medical records actually indicate that I soaked in this toxic sell solution for five period while they attempted to induce my birth mother's labor. And finally that fist day they succeeded. I was expelled from the womb in the final step about abortion procedure. And of course, they thought I would you delivered as a successful abortion, otherwise known as the deceased child, but lo and behold, I was born alive. It's unbelievable now did you ever confront your mother about this? Yeah. So I'm adopted and didn't know that I survived a sealed abortion until I was fourteen. How did you find out? By complete accident. Really? It was a pretty traumatic thing. But my sister, my older sister. Let me know that there was more to the story of my life. And I sat her mother down and never expected for her to say, you know, you survived a failed abortion, and you know, it's devastating. I wish the other side of this issue could understand how traumatic it is to live this kind of life. This is not an easy truth to live through or to live in this kind of do you have any residual physical or mental impact from this. And other oil, you're describing emotional, but are there any physical issues that you've had to deal with as a result of what you're describing is utter brutality. Right. Not long term. So when I first survived the day thought, I had a fatal heart defect there were arguments about whether I would be provided medical care. I've actually been contacted by nurses at that Haas. Spital who were there? I'm gonna meet one of them next month probably face to face for the first time. But I know that there were arguments that they laid me aside that certain people didn't wanna provide me medical care. And so when somebody actually mother your your real mother, ever apologize. Yeah. So I'm one of the few abortion survivors, who's been connected with my biological mother. We actually have a really great relationship. We actually live in the same city. I have this very face filled life that God has blessed. So we live in very close proximity. I was just the other day. She's very sad about what was done to me. What was done to her? You know, she said her greatest regret in life is that she didn't run away from our family to save me. In other words, it was her family pressure that she was pregnant. I assume another young age, and they were pressuring, right? And not just pressured. I mean, literally her mother made that abortion takes place. Wow. Don't talk about right? So many times this past. That's what it used to be. You know, nobody remembers what happened to one of the Kennedy kids putting a hospital, and and basically had a lobotomy some horror riffing treatment of children. Geraldo willowbrook when he discovered with some disabled kids, in the way, they were treated like animals, it was horrible. Dr Levy Tina, let me start with you. So you. Perform some twelve hundred abortions including abortions as late as twenty four weeks. If a if can we can cannot child now be sustained at twenty four weeks with all the medical advancement. We've made. They can. And this is this is what prompted Sandra Day O'Connor years ago to say that Roe versus Wade was on a collision course with itself because row the original decision. Seventy three said that a state could prohibit late term abortion third trimester abortions, and they picked that third trimester. Because that was the beginning of viability and nineteen Seventy-three medical science has not stood still even the WHO at this point recognizes that fetal viability starch probably around twenty two weeks. Now, there are some that survive earlier, but survival is viability is now defined barely consistently is about twenty two weeks of just station. Well, let me ask you a so you did this for a number of years twelve hundred abortions one hundred second trimester saline abortions DNA abortions up to twenty four weeks. How do you feel about having done that at this point? And then I'll ask you to describe it, which is why I gave a listener warning earlier, obviously, I'm not happy that that's the decision. I made I stopped doing abortions over thirty years ago. How would you stop you change your mind? My almost six year old daughter was killed in an auto accident. I'm so sorry when you do a DNA abortion, a second trimester Dini abortion. You are literally tearing a child to pieces with your own hands. And I did over one hundred and twenty of those procedures I did do saline abortions in my residency many years before but those became. Say we don't do those anymore, but you know, after her death, and I never thought anything of it. I got used to it. But after you lose a child, and I tell people, you know, if you have a child, you may think you have some idea of what that's like if you haven't been through this yourself. You have no idea what it's like, I hope you never find out. And after Heather died was struck by a car and killed several weeks later, I showed up to do my first Dini abortion, and literally tore out an arm or a leg in the instrument got sick, but had to finish the abortion. I mean, once you start an abortion, you can't stop you'd have to get two arms two legs and all the pieces because if you don't your patients gonna come back, infected bleeding or worse. Well, let me ask you. Okay. So an early term abortion is what you're describing at what point does it become. You're talking about tearing out limbs. And when you take them out with these instruments, which are ripping out. I mean, you see an arm you see hands you see fingers. You see toes you see ahead. You see is. I mean, what are you seeing when you're doing this? You got it. You just described it yourself now first trimester abortions are typically done either by suction DNC, or now the medical abortion pill, R U, four eighty six or Mitha practices is called. But even when you do a section DNC, and you can only do that a few weeks after pregnancy if I'm not mistaken right right now, it's approved up to ten weeks from last menstrual period or eight weeks from conception. But in reality mifepristone is being or are you forty six is actually being used in the second trimester as well. So it's being used even at later stages of pregnancy at this point. But you know, whether it's the suction. Eight weeks last menstrual period from head to rump. That child is about one inch tall at twenty weeks. Look at your hand from the middle of your middle finger down to your wrist. That's the crown rump size from the head in the rump. Counting legs of a baby at twenty weeks. And as I always tell my students and others. You know today, you're an adult one child. Once you're a baby. Once you're an inch tall. But it was always you.

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"lepetit" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

13:09 min | 2 years ago

"lepetit" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The governor dressing for the occasion and pink nice of him. And then it gets worse because it then moves to the Commonwealth of Virginia. And we played you the testimony of the sponsor of the Bill this this woman who at the same time was sponsoring a Bill to protect the Caterpillar, become butterflies. You can't you can't kill them. And when she's testifying she said, oh, yeah. No woman, even dilating can have an abortion should would be her choice Davin abortion. And then the governor Northam is asked about this. And he gives this gruesome description of what would actually happen, and what the law would actually allow. And I've got to warn you that this next half hour is going to be tough to listen to. So if you have kids in the car, you may want to be careful, but you know, here's here's the governor of Virginia still not resigning over the black face or this issue. Nobody called for his resignation over what we heard him say here, it is gift for mothers in labor. I can tell you exactly what would happen. The infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable the infant would be resuscitated. If if that's what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother, oh, by the way, he's a pediatric surgeon those pictures of the person in black face on his page in a Ku Klux Klan outfit. That's a medical student. He's a pediatric doctor apparently. So let me understand the. So you know, we'll deliver the baby will make sure the baby's comfortable. And after the baby's comfortable. Then the mother is going to decide whether if the baby's in need of medical attention, whether or not to help resuscitate the baby, okay? There is a human living soul that is apparently being kept comfortable living on its own a human being, and then well, we'll let the mother decide that you want to keep it or not keep it. Then we'll have a discussion with the doctors and the mom not know. Maybe we'll go down to the maybe we'll go down to the kitchen or the commissary in the hospital. See what that's like, I mean, it is beyond gruesome. Now, it's expanded. Let's see to Rhode Island and New Mexico and California and oh now Massachusetts has gotten on board. They wanna similar Bill. It was a motion in the Senate to protect babies born alive from an abortion, Democrats, wouldn't even let it come up for a vote that would've offered protections for babies EV even botched abortions that lived, you don't think it happens. It did. It it does. Now joining us is Melissa Odin. She is an abortion attempt survivor, and by the way is gone on to live a great life. As I understand it has two daughters of her own. She didn't miscarry one son. She speaks out loudly for the voiceless. And we also have with us, Dr levity. No doctor levered Tino started doing abortions in nineteen seventy seven in New York state during his residency graduated in nineteen eighty went into private practice. I in Florida than in New York and five years, doctor Levin. No, he performed over twelve hundred abortions, including one hundred second trimester saline abortions. And then later DNA abortions up to twenty four weeks. And they both join us now. Thank you for being with us. Thank you. Melissa odin. So. Your mom, tried to abort you. But you're alive. What happened? Well, I was the type of procedure Dr Lepetit. No, did I am a saline abortion survivor, and it was also in nineteen seventy seven. So you know, what I know is that my birth. Mother was nineteen years old. She was a college student, and she was actually forced into this abortion by her mother. My maternal grandmother who was a nurse at the hospital where it was performed. So this type of procedure with match you poison and Skuld me to death, and my medical records actually indicate that I soaked in this toxic salt solution for a five day period while they attempted to induce my birth mother's labor and finally that fifth day, they succeeded. I was expelled from the womb in the final step about abortion procedure. And of course, they thought I would you delivered as a successful abortion. Otherwise known as the deceased child that lo and behold, I was born alive. It's unbelievable now did you ever confront your mother about this? Yeah. So I'm Dopp did. And didn't know that I survived a sealed abortion until I was fourteen. How did you find out by complete accident? Really? It was a pretty traumatic thing. But my sister, my older sister. Let me know that there was more to the story of my life. And I sat her mother down and never expected for her to say, you know, you survived a failed abortion, and you know, it's devastating. I wish the other side of this issue could understand how traumatic it is to live this kind of life. This is not an easy truth to live through or to live in this kind of do you have any residual physical or mental impact from this and other oil, you describing emotional, but. Are there any physical issues that you've had to deal with as a result of what you're describing is utter brutality. Right. Not long term. So when I first survive the day thought, I had a fatal heart defect there were arguments about whether I would be provided medical care. I've actually been contacted by nurses at that hospital who were there. I'm gonna meet one of them next month probably face to face for the first time. But I know that there were arguments that they laid me aside that certain people didn't wanna provide me medical care. And so when somebody actions, your mother, or your your real mother, ever apologize. Yeah. So I'm one of the few abortion survivor is then connected with my biological mother. We actually have a really great relationship. We actually live in the same city. I have this very faith filled life that God has blessed. So we live in very close proximity. I was just the other day. She's very sad about what was done to me. What was done to her? You know, she said her greatest regret in life is that she didn't run away from her own family to save me. In other words, it was her family pressure that she was pregnant. I assume another young age, and they were pressuring, right? And not just pressured. I mean, literally her mother made that abortion takes place. Wow. That's what we don't talk about. Right. That so many times this past. That's what it means to beat. You know, nobody remembers what happened to one of the Kennedy kids putting a hospital, and and basically had a lobotomy some heart riffing treatment of children. Geraldo at willowbrook what he discovered with some disabled kids in the way, they were treated like animals. It was horrible. Doctor Levin l let me start with you. So you. Perform some twelve hundred abortions including abortions as late as twenty four weeks, if a f- can we can can a child now be sustained at twenty four weeks with all the medical advancement. We've made. They can. And this is this is what Trump is Sandra Day O'Connor years ago to say that Roe versus Wade was on a collision course with itself because row the original decision. Seventy Seventy-three said that a state could prohibit late term abortion third trimester abortions, and they picked that third trimester. Because that was the beginning of viability in nineteen seventy three medical science has not stood still even WHO at this point recognizes that fetal viability starts probably around twenty two weeks. Now, there are some that survive earlier, but survival is viability is now defined fairly consistently is about twenty two weeks of just station. Well, let me ask you a so you did this for a number of years twelve hundred abortions one hundred second trimester saline abortions DNA abortions up to twenty four weeks. One. How do you feel about having done that at this point? And then I'll ask you to describe it, which is why I gave a listen a warning earlier, obviously, I'm not happy that that's the decision. I made I stopped doing abortions over thirty years ago. How would you stop you change your mind? My almost six year old daughter was killed in an auto accident. I'm so sorry. You know, when you when you do a DNA abortion, a second trimester genie abortion? You're literally tearing a child to pieces with your own hands. And I did over one hundred and twenty of those procedures I did do saline abortions in my residency many years before but those became. Say we don't do those anymore, but you know, after her death, and I never thought anything overnight gotten used to it. But after you lose a child, and I tell people, you know, if you have a child, you may think you have some idea of what that's like if you haven't been through this yourself. You have no idea what it's like, I hope you never find out. And after Heather died was struck by a car and killed several weeks later, I showed up to do my first Dini abortion, and literally tore out an arm or a leg in the instrument got sick. But head to finish the abortion. I mean, once you start an abortion, you can't stop you'd have to get two arms two legs and all the pieces because if you don't your patients gonna come back, infected bleeding or worse. Well, let me ask you. Okay. So an early term abortion is what you're describing. What point does it become you're talking about tearing out limbs? And when you take them out with these instruments, which are ripping them out. I mean, you see an arm UC hands you see fingers. You see toes you see ahead. You see is. I mean, what are you seeing when you're doing this? You got it. You just described it yourself now first trimester abortions are typically done either by suction DNC, or now the medical abortion pill, R U, four eighty six or Mitha practices is called even when you do a section DNC. And you can only do that a few weeks after pregnancy if I'm not mistaken right right now, it's approved up to ten weeks from last menstrual period or eight weeks from conception. But in reality mifepristone is being or are you forty six is actually being used in the second. Trimester is well. So it's being used even at later stages of pregnancy at this point. But you know, whether it's the suction being seeming eight weeks last menstrual period. From head to rump. That child is about one inch tall at twenty weeks. Look at your hand from the middle of your middle finger down to your wrist. That's the crown rump size from the head in the rump. Counting legs of a baby at twenty weeks. And as always tell my students and others. You know today, you're an adult once you were a child once you're a baby. Once you're an inch tall. But it was always you. Now, are you against all abortion? Do you believe life begins at conception? Well, I do, but that's that's a much more complicated discussion. We can have abortion in very limited circumstances. But it's it's a long discussion. We probably don't even have time for on the program. We have time what we'll do it. We're not in a rush. Well, I'll tell you what you want me to take a break, Linda or. We'll take a break. And we'll come back Melissa Odin is with us. She was her mother attempted an abortion on her. She survived it and doctor Levin, Tino is with us and who himself performed twelve hundred abortions, including some as late as twenty four weeks into pregnancy and regrets it and with all the the talk about, you know, up to birth abortion now in seven eight states and the Senate not protecting children that survive abortions. I think it's appropriate. Eight hundred nine four one Sean is our toll free telephone number. You wanna be a part of the program..

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"Then happy new KOMO the governor dressing for the occasion and pink nice of him. And then it gets worse because it then moves to the Commonwealth of Virginia. And we played you the testimony of the sponsor of the Bill this this woman who at the same time was sponsoring a Bill to protect the caterpillars that become butterflies. You can't you can't kill them. And when she's testifying she said you'll yet. No, a woman even dilating can have an abortion. She would be her choice to have an abortion. And then the governor Northam is asked about this. And he gives this gruesome description of what would actually happen, and what the law would actually allow. And I've got to warn you that this next half hour is going to be tough to listen to. So if you have kids in the car, you may want to be careful, but you know, here's here's the governor of Virginia still not resigning over the black face or this issue. Nobody called for his resignation over what we heard him say here, it is gift for mothers in labor. I can tell you exactly what would happen. The infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable the infant would be resuscitated. If if that's what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother, oh, by the way, he's a pediatric surgeon those pictures of the person in black face on his page, and in a Ku Klux Klan outfit. That's you know, here's a medical student. He's a pediatric doctor apparently. So let me understand the. So you know, we'll deliver the baby will make sure the baby's comfortable. And after the baby's comfortable. Then the is going to decide whether if the baby's in need of medical attention, whether or not to help resuscitate the baby. Okay. There is a human living soul that is apparently being kept comfortable living on its own a human being, and then well, we'll let the mother decide that you want to keep it or not keep it. Then we'll have a discussion with the doctors and the mom not. Maybe we'll go down to the maybe we'll go down to the kitchen or the commissary in the hospital. See what that's like, I mean, it is beyond gruesome. Now, it's expanded. Let's see to Rhode Island and New Mexico and California and now Massachusetts has gotten on board. They wanna similar Bill. It was a motion in the Senate to protect babies born alive from an abortion. Democrats wouldn't even let it come up for a vote that would have offered protections for babies EV even botched abortions that lived, you don't think it happens. It did it does. Now joining us is Melissa Odin. She is an abortion attempt survivor, and by the way is gone on to live a great life. As I understand it as two daughters of her own. She didn't miscarry one son. She speaks out loudly for the voiceless, and we also have with us doctor Levin, Tino, doctor Levin, Tino started doing abortions in nineteen seventy seven in New York state during his residency graduated in one thousand nine hundred eighty went into private practice. I in Florida than in New York and five years, doctor, Tino, he performed over twelve hundred abortions, including one hundred second trimester saline abortions. And then later DNA abortions up to twenty four weeks. And they both join us now. Thank you for being with us. Thank you. You're welcome. Melissa odin. So. Your mom, tried to abort you. But you're alive. What happened? Well, I was the type of procedure Dr Lepetit. No, did I am a saline abortion survivor, and it was also in nineteen seventy seven. So you know, what I know is that my birth. Mother was nineteen years old. She was a college student, and she was actually forced into this abortion by her mother. My maternal grandmother who was a nurse at the hospital where it was performed. So this type of procedure was meant to poison and Skuld me to death. And my medical records actually indicate that I soaked in this toxic sell solution for a five day period while they attempted to induce my birth mother's labor and finally that fifth day, they succeeded. I was expelled from the womb in the final step of that abortion procedure. And of course, they thought I would you delivered as a successful abortion. Otherwise known as a deceased child that lo and behold, I was born alive. It's unbelievable now did you ever confront your mother about this? Yeah. So I'm adopted and didn't know that I served as field abortion until I was fourteen. How did you find out? By complete accident. Really? It was a pretty traumatic thing. But my sister, my older sister. Let me know that there was more to the story of my life. And I sat her mother down and never expected for her to say, you know, you survived a failed abortion, and you know, it's devastating. I I wish the other side of this issue could understand how traumatic it is to live this kind of life. This is not an easy truth to live through or to live in this kind of do you have any residual physical or mental impact from this and other describing emotional, but. Are there any physical issues that you've had to deal with as a result of what you're describing is utter brutality. Right. Not long term. So when I first survive the day thought, I had a fatal heart defect there were arguments about whether I would be provided medical care. I've actually been contacted by nurses at that hospital. Who were there? I'm going to meet one of them next month probably face to face for the first time. But I know that there were arguments that they laid me aside that certain people didn't wanna provide me medical care. And so when somebody actually your mother or your your real mother, ever apologize. Yeah. So I'm one of the few abortion survivors, who's then connected with my biological mother. We actually have a really great relationship. We actually live in the same city. I have this very face filled life that God has blessed. So we live in very close proximity. I was just the other day. She's very sad about what was done to me. What was done to her? You know, she said her greatest regret in life is that she didn't run away from her own family to save me. In other words, it was her family pressure that she was pregnant. I assume another young age, and they were pressuring, right? And not just pressured. I mean, literally her mother made that abortion takes place. Wow. And that's what we don't talk about. Right. That so many times this past. That's what it means to be. You know, nobody remembers what happened to one of the Kennedy kids put a hospital, and and basically had a lobotomy some heart riffing treatment of children. Geraldo willowbrook what he discovered with some disabled kids in the way, they were treated like animals. It was horrible. Doctor Levin Tina, let me start with you. So you. Perform some twelve hundred abortions including abortions as late as twenty four weeks, if a f- can we can can a child now be sustained at twenty four weeks with all the medical advancement. We've made. They can. And this is this is what prompted Sandra Day O'Connor years ago to say that Roe versus Wade was on a collision course with itself because row the original decision in seventy three said that a state could prohibit late term abortion third trimester abortions, and they picked that third trimester. Because that was the beginning of viability in nineteen seventy three Medical Sciences, not stood still even the WHO at this point recognizes that fetal viability starch probably around twenty two weeks. Now, there are some that survive earlier, but survival is by ability is now defined fairly consistently is about twenty two weeks of just station. Well, let me ask you a so you did this for a number years twelve hundred abortions one hundred second trimester saline abortions DNA abortions up to twenty four weeks. One. How do you feel about having done that at this point? And then I'll ask you to describe it, which is why by gave a listener warning earlier. Obviously, I'm not happy that that's the decision. I made I stopped doing abortions over thirty years ago. How would you stop you change your mind? My almost six year old daughter was killed in an auto accident. I'm so sorry. You know, when you when you do a DNA abortion, a second trimester Dini abortion? You are literally tearing a child to pieces with your own hands. And I did over one hundred and twenty of those procedures I did do saline abortions in my residency many years before but those became. Say we don't do those anymore. But you know, after her death, and I never thought anything of it. I got used to it. But after you lose a child, and I tell people, you know, if you have a child, you may think you have some idea of what that's like if you haven't been through this yourself. You have no idea what it's like, I hope you never find out. And after Heather died was struck by a car and killed several weeks later, I showed up to do my first Dini abortion, and literally tore out an arm or a leg in the instrument got sick, but had to finish the abortion. I mean, once you start an abortion, you can't stop you have to get two arms two legs and all the pieces because if you don't your patients gonna come back, infected bleeding or worse. Well, let me ask you. Okay. So an early term abortion is what you're describing at what point does it become you're talking about tearing out limbs. And when you take them out with these instruments, which are ripping them out. I mean, you see an arm UC hands you see fingers. You see toes? You see ahead is. I mean, what are you seeing when you're doing this? You got it. You just described it yourself now first trimester abortions are typically done either by suction DNC, or now the medical abortion the pill R U, forty six or Mitha practices is called even when you do suction DNC. It can only do that few weeks after pregnancy. If I'm not mistaken bright right now, it's approved up to ten weeks from last menstrual period or eight weeks from conception. But in reality metroplexes being or are you forty six is actually being used in the second trimester as well. So it's being used even at later stages of pregnancy at this point. But you know, whether it's a suction being seeming eight weeks from last menstrual period from head to rump. Ed child is about one inch tall at twenty weeks. Look at your hand from the middle of your middle finger down to your wrist. That's the crown rump size from the head in the rump. Counting legs of a baby at twenty weeks. And as I always tell my students and others. You know today, you're an adult once you were child once you're a baby. Once you're an inch tall. But it was always you. Now, are you against all abortion? Do you believe life begins at conception? Well, I do, but that's that's a much more complicated discussion. We can have abortion in very limited circumstances. It's it's a long discussion. We probably don't even have time for on the program. We we have time. We'll do it. We're not in a rush. Well, I'll tell you what you want me to take a break, Linda or. We'll take a break. And we'll come back Melissa Odin is with us. She was they her mother attempted an abortion on her. She survived it and doctor Levin, Tino is with us and who himself perform twelve hundred abortions, including some as late as twenty four weeks into pregnancy and regrets it and with all the the talk about, you know, up to birth abortion now and seven eight states and the Senate not protecting children that survive abortions. I think it's appropriate. Eight hundred nine four one Sean is our toll free telephone number. You wanna be a part of the program..

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13:09 min | 2 years ago

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"The governor dressing for the occasion and pink nice of him. And then it gets worse because then moves to the Commonwealth of Virginia. And we played you the testimony of the sponsor of the Bill this this woman who at the same time was sponsoring a Bill to protect the caterpillars that become butterflies. You can't you can't kill them. And when she's testifying. She said, yo, yeah. No, a woman even dilating can have an abortion should be her choice Davin abortion. And then the governor Northam is asked about this. And he gives this gruesome description of what would actually happen, and what the law would actually allow. And I've got to warn you that this next half hour is going to be tough to listen to. So if you had kids in the car, you may want to be careful, but you know, here's here's the governor of Virginia still not resigning over the black face or this issue. Nobody called for his resignation over what we heard him say here, it is if a mothers in labor, I can tell you exactly what would happen. The infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable. The infant would be resuscitated. If if that's what the mother in the family's desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother, oh, by the way, he's a pediatric surgeon those pictures of the person black face on his page, and in a Ku Klux Klan outfit. That's you know, he's a medical student. He's a pediatric doctor apparently. So let me understand the. So you know, we'll deliver the baby who make sure the baby's comfortable. And after the baby's comfortable, then the mother's gonna decide whether if the baby's in need of medical attention, whether or not to help resuscitate the baby, okay? There is a human living soul that is apparently being kept comfortable living on its own a human being, and then well, we'll let the mother decides you wanna keep it or not keep it. Then we'll have a discussion with the doctors and the mom not. Maybe we'll go down to the. Maybe we'll go down to the kitchen or the commissary in the hospital. See what that's like, I mean, it is beyond gruesome. Now, it's expanded. Let's see to Rhode Island and New Mexico and California and oh now Massachusetts has gotten on board. They wanna similar Bill. It was a motion in the Senate to protect babies born alive from an abortion, Democrats, wouldn't even let it come up for a vote that would have offered protections for babies EV even botched abortions that lived, you don't think it happens. It did it does. Now joining us is Melissa Odin. She is an abortion attempt survivor, and by the way is gone on to live a great life. As I understand it as two daughters of her own. She didn't miscarry one son. She speaks out loudly for the voiceless, and we also have with us, Dr levity. No, doctor lever. Tino started doing abortions in nineteen. Seventy-seven in New York state during his residency graduated in nineteen eighty went into private practice. I in Florida than in New York and five years doctor Levin, Tino, he performed over twelve hundred abortions, including one hundred second trimester saline abortions. And then later DNA abortions up to twenty four weeks and they both join us now. Thank you for being with us. Thank you. Melissa odin. So. Your mom, tried to abort you. But you're alive. What happened? Well, I was the type of procedure Dr Lepetit. No, did I am a saline abortion survivor, and it was also in nineteen seventy seven. So you know, what I know is that my birth. Mother was nineteen years old. She was a college student, and she was actually forced into this abortion by her mother. My maternal grandmother who was a nurse at the hospital where it was performed. So this type of procedure was meant to poison and Skuld me to death. And my medical records actually indicate that I soaked in this toxic salt solution for a five day period while they attempted to induce my birth mother's labor. And finally that day they succeeded. I was expelled from the womb in the final step of that abortion procedure. And of course, they thought I would you delivered as a successful abortion, otherwise known as a deceased child, but lo and behold, I was born alive. It's unbelievable now did you ever confront your mother about this? Yeah. So I'm adopted and didn't know that I survived a sealed abortion until I was fourteen. How did you find out? By complete accident. Really? It was a pretty traumatic thing. But my sister, my older sister. Let me know that there was more to the story of my life. And I sat her mother gown and never expected for her to say, you know, you survived a failed abortion, and you know, it's devastating. I wish the other side of this issue could understand how traumatic it is to live this kind of life. This is not an easy truth to live through or to live in this kind of do you have any residual physical or mental impact from this. And other oil, you're describing emotional, but. Are there any physical issues that you've had to deal with as a result of what you're describing is utter brutality. Right. Not long term. So when I first survived the thought, I had a fatal heart defect there were arguments about whether I would be provided medical care. I've actually been contacted by nurses at that hospital who were there. I'm gonna meet one of them next month probably face to face for the first time. But I know that there were arguments that they laid me aside that certain people didn't wanna provide me medical care. And so when somebody actually your mother or your your real mother, ever apologize. Yeah. So I'm one of the few abortion survivors, who's been connected with my biological mother. We actually have a really great relationship. We actually live in the same city. I have this very faith filled life that God has blessed. So we live in very close proximity. I was just the other day. She's very sad about what was done to me. What was done to her? You know, she said her greatest regret in life is that she didn't run away from our family to sage. In other words, it was her family pressure that she was pregnant. I assume at a young age, and they were pressuring, right? And not just pressured. I mean, literally her mother made that abortion takes place. Wow. And that's what we don't talk about. Right. So many times this past. That's what it means to beat. Nobody remembers what happened to one of the Kennedy kids putting a hospital, and and basically had a lobotomy some horror riffing treatment of children. Geraldo willowbrook what he discovered with some disabled kids in the way, they were treated like animals. It was horrible. Dr Levy Tina, let me start with you. So you. Perform some twelve hundred abortions including abortions late as twenty four weeks. If a if can we can can a child now be sustained at twenty four weeks with all the medical advancement. We've made. They can. And this is this is what prompted Sandra Day O'Connor years ago to say that Roe versus Wade was on a collision course with itself because ro the original decision and Seventy-three said that a state could prohibit late-term abortion third trimester abortions, and they picked that third trimester. Because that was the beginning of ability and nineteen Seventy-three medical science, not stood still even the WHO at this point recognizes that fetal viability starts probably around twenty two weeks. Now, there are some that survive earlier, but survival is viability is now defined fairly consistently is about twenty two weeks of just station. Well, let me ask you a so you did this for a number of years twelve hundred abortions one hundred second trimester saline abortions DNA abortions up to twenty four weeks. How do you feel about having done that at this point? And then I'll ask you to describe it, which is why I gave a listener warning earlier, obviously, I'm not happy that that's the decision. I made I stopped doing abortions over thirty years ago. How would you stop aid? You change your mind. My almost six year old daughter was killed in an auto accident. I'm so sorry. You know, when you when you do a DNA abortion, a second trimester genie abortion? You are literally tearing a child to pieces with your own hands. And I did over one hundred and twenty of those procedures I did do saline abortions in my residency many years before. But those became say, we don't do those anymore. But you know, after her death, and I never thought anything of it. I got used to it. But after you lose a child, and I tell people, you know, if you have a child, you may think you have some idea of what that's like if you haven't been through this yourself. You have no idea what it's like, I hope you never find out. And after Heather died was struck by a car and killed several weeks later, I showed up to do my first Dini abortion, and literally tore out an arm or a leg in the instrument got sick, but had to finish the abortion. I mean, once you start an abortion, you can't stop you'd have to get two arms two legs and all the pieces because if you don't you're gonna come back, infected bleeding or worse. Well, let me ask you. Okay. So an early term abortion is what you're describing at what point does it become you're talking about tearing out limbs. And when you take them out with these instruments, which are ripping them out. I mean, you see an arm you see hands you see fingers. You see toes you see ahead. You see is. I mean, what are you seeing when you're doing this? You got it. You just described it yourself now first trimester abortions are typically done either by suction DNC, or now the medical abortion pill, R U, four eighty six or Mitha practices is called even when you do it section DNC can only do that a few weeks after pregnancy. If I'm not mistaken, right right now, it's approved up to ten weeks from last menstrual period or eight weeks from conception. But in reality mifepristone is being or are you forty six is actually being used in the second. Trimester is well. So it's being used even at later stages of pregnancy at this point. But you know, whether it's the suction being seeming eight weeks last menstrual period from head to rump. That child is about one inch tall at twenty weeks. Look at your hand from the middle of your middle finger down to your wrist. That's the crown rump size from the heads in the rump counting legs of a baby at twenty weeks. And as I always tell my students and others. You know, today, you're an adult once you were a child once you're a baby once you were an inch tall. But it was always you. Now, are you against all abortion? Do you believe life begins conception? Well, I do, but it's your that's that's a much more complicated discussion. We can have abortion in very limited circumstances. It's it's a long discussion. We probably don't even have time for on the program. We we have time. What we'll do it. We're not in a rush. Well, I'll tell you what you want me to take a break, Linda or. We'll take a break. And we'll come back Melissa Odin is with us. She was her mother attempted an abortion on her. She survived it and doctor Levin, Tino is with us and who himself performed twelve hundred abortions, including some as late as twenty four weeks into pregnancy and regrets it and with all the the talk about up to birth abortion. Now in seven eight states and the Senate not protecting children that survive abortions. I think it's appropriate. Eight hundred nine four one Sean is our toll free telephone number. You wanna be a part of the program..

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03:56 min | 2 years ago

"lepetit" Discussed on X96

"I'll go first this one from hey, Kerry, Bill and Gina. Thanks for letting me listen here are some things that I think that most go doesn't say whether I can use the name. So I won't number one people who throw trash out of their car windows. Oh, this one I agree with boxing videos on YouTube. Some of them are cool. No. Sometimes when you get the thing, and you or your thinking about getting the thing, and you watch somebody boxing and help you decide whether to get the thing I don't need to see how the taken out of the box. Not all of that is looking at features and take it out of the box and men look ads that pop up in the middle of YouTube videos websites that asked me to turn off my adblocker software because they are funded through ads. It's not gonna happen. That's a spam. Spam callers super fans who think that a movie TV show book video game cetera is the worst thing ever because it doesn't match their perceived expectations of how it should have been. Let's just enjoy things for what they are not what you expected them to be super fans who think that a reboot or remake somehow tarnishes a ruins the original, Nina, the new Ghostbusters movie didn't actually go back in time and ruin anybody's childhood. No, eight men who are offended by the metoo movement. They are not out to get all men we need to be worried or ashamed if you are a rapist a molester or a sexual harass her. If you don't understand the me too movement talked to the women in your life. Maybe they can explain it number nine people who act high and mighty about only buying things made in America who wear Japanese watches drive Japanese cars or use smartphones made in China. Thanks for letting me Benson. Listen this one please don't use my name. My brother asking you to help him move when he has bedbugs. Normally, I wouldn't mind helping him out and on the past. But in the ensuing months, he has gotten bedbugs and hasn't done anything to deal with that. Suddenly I'm in. I'm the bad guy upon telling my brother that I wouldn't help him move. You had months not an exaggeration to take care of them. And you haven't done it. That's one you. I'm not going to help you if it means I'm at risk of getting the myself. Thanks for letting me listen, he says, hey, Bill. I don't bring so please feel feel free to take my drink for yourself. Don't worry. I will Gina. I was sitting down when I wrote this boy, and then finally this one this is a weird one Bolger carry Bill and Gina. Okay. This past weekend. I went to the season opening a new year the season opening new of the Utah opera. I feel so lucky to have the full of the Madeleine choir school, take part. Oh, I'm going tonight actually in the production of Lepetit. Points or the little prince by pilot writer on descend zoo play. It is a shame that this opera is sung sung in English. Not french. But it still a wonderful story about exploring planets four little ones to enjoy. My thing that must go is the toddler who cried during the aria of the road. It could have ruined the pulse and charts, y'all 'love'. That child should have been Cilento. This is not the only blemish of the premier night. The second thing that must go is that the production used the modern flag of Zimbabwe instead of southern Rhodesia Zimbabwe did not gain independence until nineteen eighty many years after the pilots published work is set even though there are these blemishes one should go. See the opera as is a jewel of the Utah arts scene. Tony who drank beer next to the recycling bin during intermission..

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"lepetit" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"lepetit" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Not answer. That's only five thousand dollars. Don't try to. We have been sitting here for about six weeks now, and you cannot after six weeks back with us and say he loves you wherever he is. I'm like, no Moni. No. Bastard down destinies like. To moni. When you love something. You want to try and she's like inlets? He's busy with his other life. You know, she's like other wives other children. No. Kids Terresa because she'd just said that. Well, it's not that he doesn't. It's like it's hard for him to keep up with you. And he's got another family. You know, the the commerce across the world. So. To all the men who have otherwise and other families. You suck just heard about divorce? Surveys is like your bitches revelation for you. There's like a huge amount of Persian secrecy. We all have someone that we know as a mother fucking family here and like another family there. And like, I'm always some families. Get the mess throw blankets and some don't okay bitch to choose at just don't understand rich, rich straight people. I was going to say rich white people. I don't know where that came from rich straight people why spend your money on another family unit. Families are expensive money on something better day. How many kids do you need for Christ's sake? I know seriously got a plan so reser. Yes, that's one resume says the destiny what you had mentioned before that like she basically cheap GIO is picks guys lever inches. Like, no. I always Always leave them them in. in folders was like, okay. Well, then great then you've found yourself. So now now it's that. No. You're father has multiple people that he's committed to. Different. And he's like, yeah. So we'll hope was not working out for you. What you need to do is open. Oh god. You're taking advice from res-. I run just already. Okay. He's like you have to break the pattern and she's like, oh my God. You know, what's important is that like I love having friends that I can like open up to share things with and they're not going to judge me. And it's just like, it's great. And money's just sitting there. Like, can I go now I? No, I only put in thirteen minutes on the meter to be honest residents, basically called you sociopath. I think they're judging you, okay. Yeah. It doesn't it doesn't like my makeup as messed up, and I really like my makeup. So speaking of judging let's go to Mike and his mom sue some very fancy restaurant Lepetit's L E and petite Pettis pennies Lepetit Peres Hama. Look, I've heard very good things about this place. Which is why I'm wearing a street urchin detat. I know I wrote the same thing. I was like dumb ass to haven't even taken off your being. So I'm actually very upset because I have also heard about this place lip Perry which is downtown, and it's supposed to be so beautiful, and so awesome. And I'm like so mad because now it's going to close because as we all know. That's like that's like the old, man. You know, that is the equivalent of the ring for restaurants, like when someone from Shah's, sunset and jersey restaurant, you have seven more days and your restaurant closes. Yeah. Your restaurant is murdered by little girls who crawl out of a toilet. Little little baby shoes. So he's like a mum. Have you been to France? You know, Pettit France, I'm like, yes. She knows what parents. I know. Sues just looking at him. Like this idiot BMI front who went to Dr school of a son. Who lawyer got this city? It is more on. So Mike is another season of Mike telling his parents what he's going to do. And then his parents saying you shouldn't do that. And then Mike Zing doing it anyway, and his parents shaking their heads, slowly, and then Mike failing again, and we even get a clip of it and without one-season, whereas like mom that have an idea I'm going to go into business with Raza into rid estate business and his monster sticking her head like gees, mom. I have a great idea, I'm bringing back the circus..

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"lepetit" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

GSMC Sports Podcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"lepetit" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

"Right back to the g see sports podcast we've spent the first two segments talking about the us getting us mexico an candidate getting two thousand twenty six world cup very excited for that talked about in the second segment the topic what's better place to go to paul george la or okay see if lebron's of nog going to la so i talked about that i decided it was la at least for me it would be given that i think they are more ready for the future rather not see okay so you could make the playoffs the next couple years or whatnot with paul george morsel you're not getting out the first round the lakers not having reached their full potentials gotta wait on some things but nonetheless i think that they will be fine going forward and we'll be a team making the playoffs maybe even this year with paul george so we'll see what ends going down there and then for this segment going back to the world cup not two thousand twenty six thousand eighteen spain one of the favorites to win it all right got a great midfield got great defenders great keeper strikers for me not great but on the less salty all right i'm not relatively sold on them and now i have even more so a reason to not be all right so always do we saw don leave his job at real madrid decided to resign and turns out that the now former spain coach drew lynn lepetit why i don't know.

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"lepetit" Discussed on Le journal de 7h00

Le journal de 7h00

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"lepetit" Discussed on Le journal de 7h00

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"lepetit" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"lepetit" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Anybody and and you're gonna ask me right now who's the best basketball player ever saw michael jordan so i don't think about the guy as an executive i'm just still seeing the guy who soared through the air and was a dominant assassin on the basketball court who are we agree with you dan on that that's a very valid point it's just the love that had for djetour over the years and how he's always demonstrated class i mean he's making david sampson look like a good baseball operations got maybe not daughters his legacy on the field but if he doesn't turn this around in his out of the game quickly whereas ten bad years this could impact is legacy we'll see dan thanks for the phone call and you brought up david sampson and dave samson needs the pipe down he of course was the former president of the marlins okay under jeff loria was a survivor contest and i think he was like the first guy voted off survivor to which says will you need to know about him forget about you know he's hated down there in miami by the fans all twelve of them real they despise him but sampson went on with lepetit card last week and actually sat there and had the nerve to call out jitter and the guy's run in the franchise now is saying they don't know what the hell they're doing well wait a second that's like the pot calling the kettle black you're completely inept you're a charlatan you're swindle in those tax payers down there at a major dollar so you can build a stadium which turned out to be a disaster the flamingo sculpture and everything out there were the outfield i know you're going to sit here and say that somebody else doesn't know what the heck they're doing how does that make any sense i mean come on let's be real jp in brooklyn up next jp you're on espn radio.

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"lepetit" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"lepetit" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"We're looking on as president trump used that slur that particular insult to native americans this portrait of president andrew jackson added to the oval office by president trump who is such a fan of his predecessor he laid a wreath on jackson soum earlier this year andrew jackson famously signed the indian removal act which allow white settlers to drive native americans off their land by force if necessary starting a brutal migration known as the trail of tears and one of them don lemon thirty to close the wickets nydia page on that before he did the read the class life how about the trail of tears eight five five forty laura just a moment we're going to get the melanie morgan donald trump the racists they tried it before with his attack on the hispanic judge at you know when he talked about that earnings capper neck they've been they've been hitting this drama on trump the racist trump the race all about turn out for twenty in and the white supremacist who moniker attached to bannon eliane of course they were causing steve bannon on the as a white supremacist let's go to danny and north carolina we got melanie morgan we're gonna get to as well danny laura lepetit dismay uh president trump makes it really easy for people with paolone uh this this is the and beat this racism drome uh i was called a racist myself when i didn't agree with something that barack obama did uh you know i really think if he just extend that uh the hill that he'll be perfectly fine i mean it is that all they got to report on his race right now there's nothing special to really uh go for except for that so i i think you know a great deal well i can say this that uh it is patently obvious that they have nothing else to offer the economy is soaring the news now on these trade negotiations on the nafta front illuminating i'll be getting into that later on louise gazidede told you would bring you the rabid open borders zealot louise gutierrez who i have battled over the years all i can say is who outlasted whom.

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"lepetit" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"lepetit" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Dot com supposed to be checking uh website picket line would be shooter in texas with the church uh are empty far left winger in big headline and then you quoted a story in a disputed in proven in little tiny fine print rent and i'm so nope nope just eliminated them for my sources i think they shouldn't even be allowed to do that so your ear argument is sort of a variation on george lay costs don't think about an elephant in order to not think about an elephant you first have to imagine an elephant to know what it is that you're not thinking about and you're saying that essentially by having a headline that asks the question in seventy two point type or forty eight point type or whatever maybe that asked the question was the shooter a liberal uh for the majority of people who don't actually read news stories they just read the headlines which actually is the majority of people um they're going to just print in their brains oh shooter was a lefty so you're saying and and snow always a lepetit doing something pat really in the quick headline up there although although a lot of with snow ps's is debunking his stuff that comes out of fox socalled news and right wing hate radio i mean that's where you get the vast majority of lies and factual errors that are being promoted to the american people so many rights why that is what they use urbas service through our knowing the truth that's all yeah interesting things going on yeah thanks a lot george thanks for the call the the snow pse ball snubs thing is uh as i recall it's just it was a couple a married couple the started this website and and it's turned into a business for them but uh interesting point that's a very good point thanks a lot for the call we'll be back with more your calls for it king payne hey two abacha.

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"lepetit" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"lepetit" Discussed on KOMO

"The debt they hire lepetit to down to obliterate medicare medicaid tomorrow this is a shell gained the ponzi scheme that korpri miracle perpetrate anakin keep not true say president trump and other congressional republicans they say these are badly needed reforms that will benefit everyone house republicans hope to vote on the bill by thanksgiving charlie harger komo news a surprised in the murder of a young soldier at a tacoma nightclub last week pierce county prosecutor mark lynn quit says authorities are now looking for a second to shooter witnesses after seen indicated that there were two shooters live fringe iq evidence confirms that one suspect has now been charged in the shooting death of twenty two year old dot kwan foster marshall wilson a thirty four yearold rap music promoters accused of second degree murder the search for the second suspect is now underway should a case against the feds brought by a dhaka recipient here in washington go forward a judge asia will make that decision in the next few days more from komos jeff pohjola daniel ramirez was detained during an operation targeting his father convicted felon but daniel has no criminal history and was granted dhaka's status but that was removed because the feds suspect he has gained ties whoever his attorney ethan detmer denies the claim and once remain is is docket status reinstated we'll wait in we'll get the ruling we hope and we trust that the judge will rule in daniels favour and keep the case going quarters for the government declined to comment the judge will decide sometime in the next few days jeff pohjola komo news homage county judge has been sentenced to a day in jail for driving drunk in all august in an incident in which her car spun out struck a concrete barrier came to arrest facing oncoming traffic along interstate 405 daily herald says 48yearold mary beth dingell de of milk creek apologized wednesday king county district court komo news time 834 aaa traffic every ten minutes on the phone michael mashburn i've got trouble to watch.

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"lepetit" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"lepetit" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In other parts of the world it feels like as more celebrities speak out about their own wind seen experience it's given courage license to other women to talk about there's an even more women talking about their own personal experiences of sexual assault full stop but have those stories opened the floodgates in russia for celebrities in public figures there to talk not rainy actually we're seeing the complete opposite happen in standard stings lepetit's come out women come out and talk about their own experience sexual harassment while we're seeing here is a robbery united endless interests and film industry totally against the women in hollywood you've come out in sense that harvey weinstein abuse the missing bury highlevel russian actresses coming out blaming actresses america out riots we still the woods of one just a few days ago at me agreements all that she's a really famous russian actress she even starred in a film arms a rate victim and she had she came out and said i feel sorry for this pull man hobby women were created for schemes like this i that's just flabbergasting so what do you think is going on it isn't sexual harassment ups problem in russia like everywhere else around the world in what's keeping women from coming forward i think sexual harassment in russian is not talked about it's considered something you need to be ashamed no it hasn't been fully explored in culture and in society if not ochre yet they're islands say batsman harmed it also it isn't macho culture earth not forget rusher is very macho in in the in in spain via in its language and in the way women are treated while it explain this because russian lawmakers have already decriminalised some forms of domestic violence and there's an antiabortion movement growing in russia do you see connections between all of that and the weinstein allegations are in the lap of going to reaction to them absolutely living in russia there's definitely a feeling that we manara ever arrived in rome into shrinking freedoms and this is coming from from all sides from the rise of the russian orthodox church which is becoming ever more popular rather the tide of conservatism which is not ruins country and by the government it so i'll presently be minute login decriminalised certain aspects of domestic violence legislation there is actually no law against it but there is some existing legislation framework but he decriminalised it in february.

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"lepetit" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"lepetit" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"And who recognizes you and who wants it it is we know who are audiences the nba's audience is younger younger and that's at bank of america and yet it's younger it's african american it's may be largely more progressive it's the sport and the nfl is was an nfl is immense and everybody watches games on sunday put but it's a the power base is more traditional still lives and i think that it is more accepted i just think it's the ideology that leads players and the consciousness that leads players to speak out to talk on issues i don't think it's the same football crowd i don't think it is yeah that's interesting i'm i'm excited about the season on many levels i just lepetit's guys embrace their voice and understand they have some influence on people and it's important that they speak up to issues they think important yeah and when your best players when lebrun is willing to do it when kevin durant is willing to do it i mean look what happened in the nfl this week when you saw bennett with seattle and it was on with you mon mike show in the interview they did with him we said hey this will if we get white players involved with us doing this it's going to carry greater weight and then you saw chris long this week a lot of an ira it's the old adage that mas is burned my head chris with his with his arm around this team is just beautiful yeah and i don't think that's ever going to be said in the nba i don't think you'll never needed in it and i just think it's shows.

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"lepetit" Discussed on The Vertical Podcast with Woj

The Vertical Podcast with Woj

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"lepetit" Discussed on The Vertical Podcast with Woj

"And who recognizes you and who wants it it is we know who are audiences the nba's audience is younger younger and that's at bank of america and yet it's younger it's african american it's may be largely more progressive it's the sport and the nfl is was an nfl is immense and everybody watches games on sunday put but it's a the power base is more traditional still lives and i think that it is more accepted i just think it's the ideology that leads players and the consciousness that leads players to speak out to talk on issues i don't think it's the same football crowd i don't think it is yeah that's interesting i'm i'm excited about the season on many levels i just lepetit's guys embrace their voice and understand they have some influence on people and it's important that they speak up to issues they think important yeah and when your best players when lebrun is willing to do it when kevin durant is willing to do it i mean look what happened in the nfl this week when you saw bennett with seattle and it was on with you mon mike show in the interview they did with him we said hey this will if we get white players involved with us doing this it's going to carry greater weight and then you saw chris long this week a lot of an ira it's the old adage that mas is burned my head chris with his with his arm around this team is just beautiful yeah and i don't think that's ever going to be said in the nba i don't think you'll never needed in it and i just think it's shows.

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"lepetit" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"lepetit" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A way that he hopes will be cheaper and faster than previous tunnel building technology and has idea has to do with reinforcing a tunnel pretty much at the same time that you're taking it fell if he's doing that than it flat that big elite till also pet some chance for tastes and infrastructure in the tunnel and city fetches perhaps la has idea would be to have scheme bathed technology down there at a chance for things like vehicles but for a longer rid and he's talked about this potential read between new york and washington dc it's idea is to actually build hyper live essentially a train in this tunnel that lepetit said and mere that supersonic art let's say let me that airline feeds over 700 miles an hour our which is faster than lowest airlines travel to get people between new york and washington and about a half hour okay now he also said he tweeted vogel government approval to work on the hyper loop do we know what that means so wade house officials later said that he's talked to that and sell it appears that the white house is on board a problem is for our project like that at flat and nafta to have the white house on board there are all kinds of local jurisdiction since cape state jurisdictions at here in california voters approved a hey live in two thousand eight and ground only just gone they're all kinds of people who could tie something like that happened courts yes it said big important steps to have the federal government on board but that's not the only entity you need on thank you thank you are listening.

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