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"lupu" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

05:03 min | 9 months ago

"lupu" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"When we talk to play right. Kim sent clip harvey after. She won a governor general's literary award. She told us the moment she found out about. her win. was quote mortifying embarrassing. She said that was because she was weeping. And she said she was weeping because the recognition meant success in a sector that wasn't built for her missing clip harvey is a member of the silk and silk. ot nations and her gee-gee winning play cam. Lupu is a riot. It's also just the beginning this week on the show will be featuring new original writing from some of this year's governor general's literary award winners starting with missing clip harvey her essay guan is part of series commissioned by cbc books on the theme of moving forward. And as you're about to hear that is not something. Kim sent clip harvey has ever done in a conventional way. When i was really little my uncle told me that for any good adventure. We don't go the way we came. Which i don't know if that is true. But he always wins on gold scratches so he knows a thing or two about something growing up with this going back often felt like a missed opportunity to. I don't know find the meaning of life after baseball games. I beg anyone driving to take different way. Can we please go on a road near the gully and passed a seven eleven. No come mom please. We have to go home. I wanted to go home to. I just wanted to go away. 'cause how we got here hasn't always been the most fun and i firmly believed that the gully in seven eleven route had sacred opportunities like cream. Sodas therapies which are mystical. The older i got the more frustrating repeating routes felt it was like we were going against cultural protocol and didn't other people want to have better adventures. Find something even cooler than slurpy. When i spent my summers and this team uncle i would quad all over the back country. We would take these. Circular routes all over the land. I'd be clutching onto the back. Rack the red total track with a horse blanket zap strapped as my seat cushion and my brown and white exam appaloosas face would get brushed juniper and pine as we raced across the volcanic plateau tree needle stuck in my buck teeth. But it was the good life. Uncle would that when we were moving. The land time didn't exist. It is an experience that goes beyond linear notion of living. It is a voyage across base. Where dirtbag chill cotin. Quad crews transform into cultural cosmonauts on journeys that keep us alive. And he's right. It's an effecting experienced divers in the land and it can be somewhere disorientating from frontiers perspective. But with our ochre treads and chairman residues. We remarking the universe for the next generation to remember where we have come from so they know where we need to go. Kim sent clip. Harvey is silk and silk. Ot playwright you can read her. As gone and other commissioned writing from this year's governor general's literary award winners at.

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"lupu" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"lupu" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"lupu" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"lupu" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"lupu" Discussed on Yah Lah BUT...

Yah Lah BUT...

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"lupu" Discussed on Yah Lah BUT...

"I mean Bekker's St Street Alaska I love how they say immediately videos which were tagged as being from Singapore because they can't confirm racing upon on our attack. Right? Is it the leader of the homes with typical over HD briefly I just thought it I mean there's a factual thing I guess and it's automatically. based. On the likelihood of being we just thought it was funny Reflects a soul standardized that that you can tell one from a shitty. Webcam. Viewer always on the people speaking English accent it deals appointed. We knew. If I read. Reading currently is. I remember I remember one one thing utopia is funnier. Office our office camera ones you got some motion detector thing that you not and you saw. Late the fucking cockroaches I'm thinking. Fight like a one-stop movie where. We see like the little feelers. Yeah. So there's one of the things. When you have all. We to security cameras there. Send you notifications. Lasting one is, do we ever? Notification from your office you know when? When everyone's at Ho- sleeping the off rarely openness watch it. You Point Fuck Monster on it. Yeah God. Damn. That's like. It was a it was a grim grinning talk about Why don't we? We liked them things up with our our third and final segment. The one shook thing for the week. So is your shooting my one thing is I know I. Know a few podcasts or multiple 'cause I've. This one Guy Mugraby Lupu. Who has? No No. No. Discomfort, down a counter fucked around and finish. So so I used to talk about him because he used to live streams where people would call in and give a topic and you would create like a song with meaningless lyrics and all that. So recently I've been watching this one guy who I've been following for a while, his name is Harry Beck. Does it name SOM- familiar. No, he's a freestyle REPA- who's been rapping since you US twelve and now he's thirty and he's a white guy. He's a white guy white guy who doesn't really look like your typical rapper..

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Rita Wilson Shares Emotional Story Behind Single 'Everybody Cries'

On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show

06:30 min | 1 year ago

Rita Wilson Shares Emotional Story Behind Single 'Everybody Cries'

"It is one or two point seven Kiss FM, this is such a treat for me the one and only Rita Wilson. Welcome how are you? I am so happy to be here. Thank you so much for having me today actress producer singer Songwriter Philanthropist, I mean, the list goes on you basically do it all the last time that we spoke to you. I think was back in early May I mean, have you been these past few months? Totally back to health back to the daily life as we know it today in the sort of Instill Cohen ways that we do things. and. Then God really in good. Health. That's good. That's really good to hear. So I, mean I wanted to speak to you about your single everybody cries because for anybody that doesn't know it is featured in the movie, the outpost which came out over the summer and it I mean, what was it like creating a song like that for a war drama movie like that Thank you, Yeah I got a call. From the director Rod, Laurie who is also one of my co writers along with leary. Group. Pay on Sonia. And because the movie is based on a true story on that on a book that Jake Tapper wrote called the outposts about this horribly tragic battling Camdessus Ghanistan. They wanted to ask if I'm interested in Co writing and performing the song so I was able to. Do this all. All on basically social distancing even though yeah, were out yet. We still did it remotely. And the the movie is I related to it and the sense that you know if you're a mother or you have a brother or you have an uncle, a dad something and you and you have lost somebody in banner or your family member or woman, a matter woman has gone to the military and served our country to me. It felt like it was a bit of my own service to be able to even participate in this song and honors of the lives lost. And to tell the story of this film when this tragic battle. Yeah Oh my goodness what let's take a listen to it right now have a a little clip of it for at one. Buddy cry. Everybody die. It's the truth and makes us while. It's the sent hung. As, we take the lonely path. On the row. Man. Beneath the darkening sky. Curson and one do why Is Fear Weeks. Then the devil comes to. We sink in mortals. On the role to the. Man. WHO WILL BE? On where? In It is such a beautiful song I'm here with Rita Wilson. A Beautiful Song. Thank you so much it Thank you. I'm hearing grammy rumors for everybody cries. Eligible for grammy. Great. From your lips to the. grammys. Ears. That's what I. I mean, there's there's even Oscar Buzz I saw I was reading that varieties it's an varieties Oscar contender list I mean what how does that? Make you feel? It's just fantastic. I loved people are hearing the song and there I know that they're listening to ensure examing it on here. At the movie and that's always an indication that people are responding. So I'm super happy. I hope that they that the song resonates with them they for maybe a little bit about. The men and women and service people who gave their lives for our country and we'll continue to give her lesser our country. So I'm quite humbled by really. Well, you know. Thank you so much for coming on and talking to us today yes. Let's put up the grammy vibes for everybody cries I mean a lot of candle as my dad would say I love eating the weather Lupu tonight for you. Okay. And before you go actually we are such big fans of you and your husband Tom Hanks I needed to show you this picture of my family at Halloween last year because actually I'm going to text it to you. So you can actually show it to your husband, but we dressed up as forrest gump and Jenny. And, the twins were teasing carrots. That's really good. Really. Actually. I have to say. You know what was very proud of that one I felt like I really thought outside the box with making the twins, peas and carrots. See what could you do that? So inclined thinking maybe there's a toy story in your future. Oh. My Gosh, we're doing we're doing toy story this year. I kid you not the twins are going to be the slinky dog as is going to be the front and Max is going to be the back and my husband's going to be woody I'm going to be both. Good Alright picture of that you have. I will I will I'll send you all of the goodness. Rita. Wilson. Thank you for hanging out again, if you WANNA, get the full version of the song everybody cries it's up right now at Kiss FM DOT com. The outpost is streaming on Netflix. At such a great movie. You should definitely watch that as well. Thank you for hopping on resume. Thank you so

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"lupu" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"lupu" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"The smell. 855 to 1 to four. CBS Go ahead, looking up because I'm not going to steal anyone. Anything away from the legend. He already told you, Grandpa Joe's a horrible man nearly ruin all their lives. And certainly when they did move into the chocolate factory, they should have made a two parter. And showed how bad things were because especially with everything going on there at that chocolate factory. There'd been a lot of Lupu Lupu saying. I don't need this stuff. I'm out of here from Grandpa Joe Piece of garbage 855 to 1 to four. CBS. Alan in Baltimore. You're next up on CBS Sports radio. Go ahead. How's it going? Can great show this morning. Thank you. Thank you all right. I just I just want to say it's almost like you have in Doc Brown's DeLorean gun did 88 you went back to my childhood because you woke something up in me. Today. I agree with you unequivocally that Uncle Frank from home alone was a literal human piece of you know what? Yes, and thank you. I'll give you two more examples. In the first home alone movie When the pizza delivery guy knocks over the statue with like $150 worth of pizza opens up the door takes the pizza. And then when he says, $144 something which was 100 Alan. It was 120 to 50. Tell the rest. Tell the rest. Alice. Yeah. Oh, it's my brother's house and actually I work for. I work for a global athletic apparel company. And that's a running joke with me and the guys at my job when you when you when you just You're just projecting that type of behavior. We just looked at each other with my brother's house. See, this is this is Alan. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. People need to realize it's a holiday classic, but part of what makes it a holiday Classic on is we all have, guys and honestly, we all guys in our family who are like that, Um we all have people who are like that. Listen, you could be surly. You could be unlikable, the worst quality you can have in us cheapness, Alan, you know that? Absolutely absolutely has. The second is the second example when they're on the plane, and they realize that Kevin's gone Uncle Frank makes the comparison. Of Kevin and entire child to his reading glasses and says, Oh, I forgot my reading glasses. And I remember being like nine or 10 or whatever that was that home alone came out and I said, You know if I could buy 10 year old me that if I could Walk, Uncle Frank up a mountain. And when we got to the top, I just tell him the lean forward. Terrible human being terrible human, Alan. I wish I could. I wish you could drive there and give you a socially distance hug. Alan. Thank you very much for the call of my friend I appreciate and I appreciate the kind words I mean, I I have a whole conspiracy theory that I like to share during the Christmas time. I'm not going to give it away. Now you're gonna have to listen to me around Christmas. I'll share it then I'm not going to share it now because our Peter and Frank brothers, Hickey Hickey, are they brothers, or is it her brother? Oh, I have to look that up because it works with the conspiracy theory. And it's part of the reason why I think that Frank was pretty Law's a fair about Kevin being lost while they were on the plane. There's a big conspiracy theory that I like to share around Christmas time every year. Other people do War of the worlds. I like to tell my conspiracy theory of home alone 855 to 1 to four, CBS Sean in Atlanta. Give me back to Joe Kelly here, Sean, you're next up on CBS Sports radio. Yes, sir. Thank you for taking a call The whole vigilante justice and beaning. The batter issue is absolutely misplaced when it comes to this example because he knew he didn't try to hit anybody with the ball number one. He threw the ball behind them by about four feet and 10 feet high. Number one but then number two. He threw two perfect hanging curve balls on the inside of the plate when since Korea to the ground, But the catcher never had to come out of his crouch to catch the ball. How's either one of those examples beaning your or exhibiting with planning? That's interesting that you don't think there was any intent with the mist pit with the miss pitches. Oh, I didn't say that. But I think he intended to throw an inside curve ball and not hit him, And that's exactly what he did. And that's why I say they were perfect pitches. He sent the message. And the message was received. But he didn't try to hit him with the body shot your lover now now this is Listen. I I can't say you're wrong. You're the first person to share this point of view, though I got to tell you that you're the first person to like we had robbed. Abalone didn't like that. He thought that there was intent. And a lot of people think that there wasn't any didn't rob table didn't say that. Listen to that. So in terms of throwing a guys, he didn't you think? I don't think he did not say he did not say he intended to hit him in the literal sense, but we were talking about Okay, Shawn, but you're not wrong. You're not wrong, But I would say the majority of the point of marketing. Most people thought there was intent. You're one of the people who doesn't think that there's intent, not no killing today. I'll shine. That might be true, but I might be one of them. Joe Kelly is obviously going to say there was no intention and there's that video that he had during the break here that that kind of sort of backs him up in that case. Most people are thinking there's intense, so I'm not right to assume I'm not. I'm not right to assume that there's intense about problem because the catcher never had to go outside of his crowds. They catch those two inside fishes. They were perfect. And then the other one was so far away that he mapped the duck. It was behind him, and the angle was going away from the batter. That was that intake to hit him. That's true, I would still say, though, I would still say, though, that if we're acting under this, I wouldn't say that about that. Sean and I think you're right. And I thank you very much for the call. You're not wrong. I think you're right on that case. I think most people thought that there was an intent. I think that there was a thought of tongue in cheek. The fact that he did trip back at Carlos Correa Carlos Correa could have thought that there was intent because of history because of what had happened already in the back because of what had already happened. During the inning. It doesn't mean that they're wass. Shawn's right. If we are under the if we are under the thought that there was intent. Then it's something that I can't condone. And we're talking about. I'm not saying it's in the tent in the term of vigilante justice. A lot of people are telling me that the problem I have with vigilante justice is to me. It's the same premises. Batman folks. And there is a little bit of a wink and a nod. With what you saw with Rob Manfred. And with Joe Kelly. You have to do something about that. That happens on the field, and especially this whole thing where Major League Baseball has made a total farce of what they're doing with the virus, But you're getting guys basically together to get into a very Tested moment, impossibly inciting a fight. He has to do something there with Joe Kelly. If a lot of us think that there was there was intent, Shawn's arguing the intent I have nothing to back up that Shawn is wrong, Shawn winds But if we're acting under the assumption that there was a tent and a lot of people are Then, if your proclaiming it is vigilante justice And you say that something was wrong. I still say Yeah, that's fine. But somebody still pays the penalty. If they go, Vinci Vigilante justice. It's the same thing as Batman. Commissioner Gordon Well, personally, it talks the Batman and works with Batman. The Gotham Police are always looking for Batman because they know they don't need every Tom, Dick and Harry out there trying to be vigilantes over here. We've all seen even if you don't want to go back to Batman, folks, you guys have all seen Boondocks Saints great movie, not according to Rottentomatoes, but it's an amazing movie. Willem Dafoe knows exactly what the hell's going on. He's not stupid. Willem Defoe figures it.

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"lupu" Discussed on The I've Been Wrong Before Podcast

The I've Been Wrong Before Podcast

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"lupu" Discussed on The I've Been Wrong Before Podcast

"And I've been wrong before. podcast is about tackling the intersection of disagreement relationship through conversation. Sometimes I'm wrong. Sometimes my guest is either way we talk to each other. My guess shears their passion for our topic or story about being wrong. If you've ever been wrong if you've ever disagreed with somebody this podcast is for you. So join us at eyebrow before dodd blueberry dot net. That's blueberry spelled B. L. U. B. R. Y.. I've been wrong before doc blueberry dot net subscribed so you'll never miss an episode now. Let's get started. Thank you everyone for joining us. This is Erin Erin your host for. I've been wrong before I have with me. Lupu could you let people know who you are. Yeah I've been a part of the NEO pagan community city for over two decades. I have several books on the subject which apparently makes me something of an authority. I wouldn't necessarily call myself. You know the cynical paganism things wrong. I like to share what I learned writing in something with my bachelors in English and I also am part of the vulture culture basically from culture people who enjoy working hides from bone and other natural history specimens. So we're GONNA be touching on both of those today. I hope so I encourage you through facebook and you are offering a class on divvy nation and could you tell our our listeners what that class involves in what division is so did nation. This could be an entire podcast assault in very very grief. It's a spiritual and or psychological ecological art which is used to help a person out there thought or gang contact with an unconscious mind rained or getting idea of pattern going on in their life. They could maybe start figuring out okay with future. Maybe looking like if I continue on this way. Of course some people they see it as a way of getting in touch with Various fears leather entities that they work with in their spiritual path. Some people take that literally. Some people don't that's a very very very grief and in no wake complete definition of what the nation so what I was always doing was kind of fun. Little thing called dead. Give Nation Day. Who Shop in Portland called the Ravens Wing? Basically I have have come up with a few systems of divination that involve various specimens. So there's the terrel of bones which is what it sounds Sotero deck.

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How This Little-Known Law Can Help Build Legal Tiny House Villages with Dan Armstrong

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

08:23 min | 2 years ago

How This Little-Known Law Can Help Build Legal Tiny House Villages with Dan Armstrong

"Across the United States are looking at legalizing tiny houses in a lot only heard from a listener who is my guest today Dan Armstrong about something called off it's using this law to push through the building of tiny house used for the building of tiny house villages I hope you stick around our pastor who is working with the Minnesota chapter of the Ha or American advocation teacher who suffered a stroke in two thousand sixteen which left him with two disabilities in society and he believes that religious organizations have untapped potential to do the recording you've got this this listening audience of fifteen thousand yeah you gave me an extra year but you're doing it whether it is hardly any therefore from what I understand and so I think that speaks your journey's speak so you know I'll set this up and just say that you know I received an email from you from Dan eight to tiny house villages and I thought I'd just you know send it along to you it might be of interest was it was absolutely floored because it's does that it's it's my heart is a is a former pastor I believe that that church ought and that you know is tiny tiny house villages there's a civil it's abbreviated Lupu stands for the religious land use institutionalized a church gain do any house one of them was in my home state of Minnesota going to be it's in a national Tennessee and that's in length cliff couple a little bit and just define what Ra- Lupu is a little bit right well back in two thousand and I'm more of the site not right it's a civil rights law that Congress passed in two thousand and the reason why came up he didn't land that is consistent that they need for their theological requirements in in this individualized In discretionary prime process weekly kind of acknowledging that a religious organization needs a place in a discriminatory way yes now was happening and but these it was a civil rights civil rights law yes okay so able to to share with with our listeners sure you know how how's villages thank you and in a sense in the sense that it actually governments from discriminating against religion so if Hindu discriminate against them that would be a definite definite case author case was that could be proven that the reason the reason why in have a relief up but in the two specific cases both in wants to treat houses of worship is with equal treatment I'm on a religious exercise lizard the for protection

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"lupu" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

The Sports Reporters

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"lupu" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

"You know, it's going to be hard Mike Lupu, I'm going to soldier through and see if I can pull that off. Barkley said, it's a perfect sports day for him, viewing wise golf all day basketball at night. Well, it is it is a great sports. They're going to be great sports weekend. Especially if got a game seven in the NBA, but the question becomes, who's gonna win the US open? Now, I let's ask the media and the golf writers, Tiger Woods. Okay. Good. Now let's talk about realistically, okay because I don't think Tiger Woods is winning over coming close to winning here. I could be proven wrong, but, but it's got to be the favourite, well killing shoots until kept Casse shoots a bad score. He has been on this incredible rip in major championship golf, and again, Robert rich, I've talked about this a bunch of times. He was five feet away, maybe tops from winning the masters when that ball spun back into a race creek on on Sunday. Okay. And and he's just comes in there not only with the world game. But a world of mindset for moments like this to me, there's three, there's three guys in this to make this really interesting Brooks Kathy's favorite. He's won the last two to three. He's, he's going to be superman. He wins this thing, and they're going to be talking about him and Tiger Woods like whispers. Yeah. Number two, Dustin. Johnson, the is he either worries. Number two. Well, I'm going to put ROY number three but I'm talking about the three people I'm not looking off an order. Number two, Dustin. Johnson is a story because is he just a phenomenal golfer because look at how close he's coming all the majors. Or is he just a perennial number two because a look at how he's finished in all the majors it all depends on how I ever look at what does finishing second four you really do for you to prove that, you're just, you just can't get it done at number one or that you're just about to break through and take number one. So he's fascinating to me. Especially what he's done, and all these majors recently coming, so close and then seemingly choking a little bit down the stretch. And then there's McElroy who just put together. Up in Canada, a frigging amazing four days of golf. That makes you feel like you know, he's, he's got a swagger back. He's, he's, he's on a roll how you're going to deny him. He's already won one open. Can you win a second one? Those three guys should be the focus, of course. It'll be Tyco woods. And then there are three other guy has away and Mitch and Robert, I, I will say this, okay, please remember and I know it's a long time ago. He came into the last round. Okay. With the lead at pebble at the two thousand ten US open. And I remember early in that round they showed him hitting a shot left handed. And I'm thinking, that's probably not the way he drew it up. Now he's had flameouts and Robert he nobody's more talented. I'm not even sure Rory in kept car. More talented than Dustin Johnson is even though he he's just I've never believed. He's going to ever be great enough puttered win multiple championships. We're thinking about pebble is that. Unlike most I what I just read, it's a second, shortest course in US, open history..

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"lupu" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

07:24 min | 3 years ago

"lupu" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Lupu longtime listeners will remember Tarrin's name as sometime co host and in. Frequent guest here on free talk live. He sounds like he's pretty jazzed up was talking about making a video promotion for for fork fast, and he just joined the fork fest forum earlier today, so if you haven't hopped on over there, you can do that. And the forecast forum is also the same form. That's it's got the free talk live for them on it as well. So just head over to fork fest dot party and get connected there with other fork festers these decentralized libertarian camping event meaning that there's no board of directors. There's no single person who's in charge of the event that means there's no tickets. So you don't have to pay for tickets to go to this event. You just have to get your campground or your campsite or RV site. There's also a motel on the property as well. So whatever it is that you want to stay in just get in touch with the folks at Roger's campgrounds beautiful location there in the White Mountains of New Hampshire June thirteenth through the eighteenth. Go to fork fest dot party as we go to your calls and thoughts we've got more on this. I am f- story laurel sharing with us about these market powerful. Corporations and Johnson, you you and I both went to look this up. So we'll get into what's the definition of market power coming up here. But Dave is in New Hampshire, and Dave you're on free. Talk live. Go ahead. Dave. In New Hampshire. They've gone once Dave going twice. Maybe we'll check back. There might be some technical difficulties. They're on our network side. So before we get back into the story Johnson. Do you have a pulled up if not I've got it here? No, okay. So according to OECD dot org. I'm not sure what that stands for. But it's the first thing that comes up when you Google market power definition market power refers to the ability of a firm or group of firms to raise and maintain price above the level. That would prevail under competent that is referred to as market or monopoly power. Now. Isn't it? Interesting. That NPR didn't use the more accurate term in this case, which is monopoly power. These are things as I pointed out, you know, without ever having heard the term before like that's only possible what you were describing moral in this article from NPR about they're complaining about these big corporations with all this market power. They're raising their prices. Eight percent thirty. Thirty three percent. They said a million in twenty seven countries. I can't have a million monopolies in twenty seven countries. They were complaining. Eight percent over a period of fifteen years and thirty percent. No. The CD though, it's a massive organization. So the D is the organization for economic cooperation and development. Okay. It is basically all the first world countries are members of this massive kind of organization for. I guess trade took. Gotcha. So US France UK. It's actually headquartered in Paris. CD? So. All right. So we're going to continue here. Your calls and thoughts are welcome. Our number's eight fifty five four fifty free. So clearly market power is a measurement of how protected a market actor is. I mean, you couldn't you shouldn't even really call them a market actor because they're they're working in a closed market is certainly there certainly not a free market actor. They're not even a low regulation market. These are highly regulated marketplaces where the number of competitors is extremely limited. And that's the only reason why these things and the IMF actually agrees with you. All right. We'll get to that in a minute. Ask for why continue at the article as for why we're seeing a rising tide of market power. The IMF doesn't have solid answers. The fact that it's occurring in virtually every industry across the developed world. And I thought that was interesting virtually every industry across the developed world suggests it may be broad technological changes that reward winning one driver may be network effects, which makes us service get even better as more people use it, and that's harder to compete against as an example is a classic example has the example as Google with billions of searches a day each one making the next work a little better. So they have their computers. Learn more you use it. The better it gets Mughal self reinforcing popularity has become a moat filters curve header become Google. And I mean, I use it. And I bet a lot of other people are using try not to put being just isn't as good. I'm sorry being. I want us you. I mean, there are some alternatives that have the big mega corporations behind them. That goes, right? These are two that well, they cut a piggyback off of Google from what I understand, but they they make it. So you're searching anonymously, or at least as much as the non uscis as you can get through given up on any of them being good. Really never. I'd never just not returning the results like Google does. Oh, yeah. I've never found a search engine that even comes close. From my personal opinion. So even the ones that are using Google's data are somehow manipulating the results in a way that makes it undesirable manipulating the results because I go not us all the things like. Yep. Privacy is being violated. Yeah. To personalize my searchers, it's actually pretty convenient. Look, we are in this to some extent we're in the age of a loss of privacy. It's been going on for a couple of decades. Now here pretty pretty steady and Johnson's absolutely right. There are some benefits to getting rid of your privacy. I'm not saying people should get rid of their privacy. But it's getting harder now to be as private as you can fantastic book. That's a play on words of the the old Howard Stern movie private parts. This book by author Jeff Jarvis who's been covering kind of technology and some of these issues for quite a long time named public parts. And it's basically a book about the benefits of being more public online. And it kinda catalogs one of the issues that he catalogs in there as he had prostate cancer, and and went public about it online. And like basically started self documenting the entire process of what it's like to go through that. And you know, it's it's pretty personal issue. Sure it is. So, you know, he went, and you know, all the benefits that he gained from doing that. Because. Share experiences and talk to him and give him medical information all sorts of stuff that you use connections. Otherwise wouldn't have also on the Google aspect that you were talking about I use the Google mail program from the free talk live mail when you send mail to us if we talk live dot com, it's going through Google and you log in for janea mail, and they've got hosted mail there. So they are now completing my sentences for me. Creepy. If if you want them to if you want them to as you're typing now on Google's nail service. And I don't know if they've. I find it to everybody. I keep while everybody. I've read online by a lot of like tech bloggers and what other like, it's. So as it does such a good job. It's nothing terrible..

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"lupu" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"lupu" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Nine years old. I've played it at a pretty high level case. I love golf I love the history of call. And I think he was going to do this forty three. No. But once he won at Eastlake last year. I and then I saw him he kicked away the British Open. Okay. And he just got beat by a better golfer debt day Bellary at the PTA. None of this is everything is back in play. Now, if he stays healthy. And and the only thing I will caution people to all the people who now want to call this the greatest comeback ever. Okay. I incurred them to Google the following Ben Hogan accident. Thank you. Ask you that. Yeah. Go look, I'm stuck on this. Okay. And it doesn't diminish what tiger did please go Google Ben Hogan accident, and look what his car look like after it got hit by a bus on a Texas night at believers nineteen fifty forty nine. Okay. Saved his wife's life. He was given the last rites and after that came back and not only the best golf of his career, Gordon and nineteen fifty three. If there wasn't a scheduling overlap between the PGA in the British Open. He probably would have won the grand slam. How about his attitude change rhyming tongue lashing by the head of of Gusta? Right. When he first came back what he's these different. Now, he's been different since he's been on. The course like his peers, I think tend to like him a little more this time. I think he has everything that he presents to the public. And I to say that that I know him, and I never I never confused that the person a celebrity wants us to think they are with who they might really be. He wants to be more human seems to be enjoying himself for. It's it seems like being a dad has has transformed him as well. But yes, he he seems to be. Abetter guy having picked himself up. Mike, Mike Lupu co host of a podcast called the sports reporters From Compass media networks reminder, by the way, we can catch up on social media. You could front.

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"lupu" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"lupu" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"I told me it's on our last podcast before laster. I said I'm not going to be surprised if he wins the masses. Nine years old. I've played it at a pretty high level case. I love golf. I love the history of call. Did. I think he was going to do this forty-three. No. But once he won at like last year. I and then I saw him he kicked away the British Open. Okay. And he just got beat by better golfer that day Bellary at the PTA. None of this is everything is back in play. Now, if he stays healthy. And and the only thing I will caution people to all the people who now want to call this the greatest comeback ever. Okay. I encourage them to Google. The following Ben Hogan accident. Thank you ask you that. Yeah. Then go look. I'm stuck on this. Okay. And it doesn't diminish what tiger did please go Google Ben Hogan accident, and look what his car look like after it got hit by a bus. On a Texas night was nineteen fifty forty nine. Okay. His wife flight he was given the last rites and after that came back and not only played the best golf of his career, Gordon and nineteen fifty three. If there wasn't a scheduling overlap between the PGA in the British Open. He probably would have won the grand slam. How about his attitude change rhyming a tongue lashing by the head of Augusta. Right. When he first came back, but he's these different. Now, he's been different since he's been on. The course like his peers, I tend to like him a little more this time. I think he has everything that he presents to the public. To say that I know him, and I never I never confused that the the person a celebrity wants us to think they are. They might really be. He seems to be more human seems to be joying himself for. It's it seems like being a dad has has transformed him as well. But yes, he he he seems to be a better guy having picked himself up. Thanks, mike. Mike Lupu co host of podcast called the sports reporters From Compass media networks reminder, by the way, we can catch up on social media. You could find us on.

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"lupu" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"lupu" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Black on New York's Long island at the PGA championship tiger currently sits at fifteen majors. Can he carry momentum from Sunday's victory at the masters insight from Mike Lupu co host of podcast called the sports reporters From Compass media networks our parent, Mike, how do you see it? Michael Jordan was the greatest star. And this is disrespect to Serena. But she isn't has hasn't despite her portfolio. Ben is biggest star of guys. I'm gonna mention Michael Jordan was the biggest star in American sports, then Tiger Woods was the biggest star in American sports blind, James became the biggest star in American sports. Never gets passed back until Gusta when he won his fifteenth major masters. What is I major in eleven years when his first masters in fourteen years one is one is next masters twenty two years after his first everything that made him the kind of star. He was the way he changed the face of golf, literally and figuratively. Waking made non golf fans watch golf again all of that came rushing back, and he beat the guy who beat him at the British Open last year. He beat the kid KEPCO who beat him at the PGA finally came from behind to win a major on a Sunday, given his self inflicted personal wounds. Why is it that fans have embraced him again? Because everybody likes a redemption story. Everybody likes a second act. The kind of Gandel that he was involved in were again where self inflicted and then on top of everything that he did to himself. His body started to behave betray him. And he got this Hewson surgery on his back, which I don't understand and somehow at the age of forty three at.

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"lupu" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"lupu" Discussed on Overdue

"So when he's hanging out he has he has a couple of boys that he hangs out with all the time, Andrew, and I was when I say like I was surprised I was surprised by how if not fun, but like, I dunno earnest and kind of buildings Romeny the sections with him and his buddies felt like it just it was a part of the book, I wasn't expecting where he's hanging out with his friends Zach Angus and capi and cap his best friend. He's the hot one in the group is always a hot one. Yeah. I know, you know. And it's such a bird is I know you bear it. So well, and thank you. They they get helps to be super. And so like before we know exactly who it is. Like, they get into almost like, you know, not quite stranger things as an I don't know why my brain went to stranger things the boys. Do love sizes where maybe where my brain went there. But like the one of the bigger creative works in the last few years that centers around a group of adolescent, boys utter. No, so yes, sort of like a stand by me vibe. Also, I suppose. Where they're like crawling around the crime scene and finding red herrings, and they stalk the new pastor in town because they think maybe he did it. And so when they're outside his house waiting to. I guess I don't know what they're going to learn, but he's watching alien in his living room, and they haven't seen alien yet. So. Creepy bad. I mean, it's not bad. It's just like. Yeah. But it's, but it's kinda fun because it's how they still watch the movie, you know, there's a whole section on how much they love Star Trek, which I thought was kinda just I know if you read the section, you your heart would have been kind of touched Andrew naturally we all wanted to have to say about Star Trek. Okay. Now. Evaluate whether as accurate and canonical sheriff naturally we all wanted to be worth. We all wanted to be klingons Warf solution to any problem was to attack. Sure. We liked data data data data. You don't you know, how data's pronounced got mistaken. We liked data because he mocked white people by being curious about stupid things that the crew would do or say. No that was the intended effect of data. But sure I like that read of him. They he recognizes that they were supposed to identify with Wesley because he was like the young one nobody identifies with Wesley. He says he was a hump a bumbling white town baby. And wore ludicrous, sweaters. Yeah. No sucks. Wesley sucks. They like Sean Lupu card despite his despite him being an old, man. He is French. So they liked him. They liked Reicher better. After he grew a beard, everybody. Yes. Yes. It everybody. And this kind of comes to a head with the reason I go into this Joe says is that because of this show we set ourselves apart. We made drawings cartoons. And even tried to write an episode. We pretended we had special knowledge. We were starting to get our growth and were anxious how he'd turn out in TNG. We weren't skinny picked on poor motherless or scared. We were cool because no one else knew what we were talking about. That's like the crux of a lot of eighties nineties nerd them. I feel like and certainly the way that it has been. Canonized as an element of culture. And in this book in particular. It is like a way it is interesting that they have. Like taken they've taken to these characters in in their own way. As it maps to their own lived experience. I am honestly a little surprised to hear that as thirteen year old boys. They don't have a take on the women in. They do they do that. Yes. They talk about the hot ones that work was with. They talk about Dan is at the Anna. Troy, right. Yes. Uh-huh. Yes. And how she's very attractive? So this all kind of boils over into like Joe has a secret folder in his room. That's labeled homework. If you know what? I. To be recreated as a as a digital folder on and many people's like documents on their taxes, quote, unquote. They talk a lot about women that they find attractive Joe has a crush on his uncles who he thinks is wife, but they're not actually married..

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"lupu" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"lupu" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"He's journalistically sound in a sport. That's the damn sewer, really handsome too. Don't say it's a sewer. ESPN didn't want perform once now all of a sudden it was too violent for Disney before. Now, it's fine. I wanna call my mentor, Ariel just sell your thing, real quick and guitarist. But best part about this is that I've only been on your show once I mean, huge fan, and we actually share a common bond with our hatred of Jeffrey Loria who killed my baseball team. But by they killed the baseball market in your great city. So here, I was my big. I'm sorry. Hey, how you feeling? You had a touchdown in that game. Had a big lean and ramps came all the way back to tie game before you wanted to leave the mic, we gotta be all right? I am wearing a skullcap here with amino Hassen, he did American ninja warrior and the emblem. Looks like Michael Jordan in the Eric's. Michael Jordan was super clumsy. From the line or something. You want my phone with your state? Okay. Okay. Because listen, Mike. This is the part I'm gonna I'm gonna protect my. I just hold on a second. Man. You guys know the Kornheiser built all the stuff that's around this show. This is the guy man these the pioneer ESPN. He could've gone the other way. He could've gone sports reporters. Mike Lupu be a gas bag him and wilpon changed the game. Hold on a second. I gotta tell you. You're on the air right now. Tony. That's it. Okay. On your radio on your radio show. I get treated badly. Okay. Well, you're not this time. But except for this part one of the employee's who who sucks at the teat Tony of everything that you've built for us here because highly questionable is produced by the guy you discovered you you discovered him. That's where pardon the interruption comes from when I told him you had broken a rib. Yes. He said why does that make me happy? Chris. Happy not me. Chris Cody son of Greg Cody long time journalist, I like, Greg Cody too. Chris Cody hold on explain yourself. Chris explain yourself. He's he's on face. He's he doesn't have a pair of headphones. He's going to be able to. Okay. What do you want me to say to Tony what you just explained to Tony? Yeah. Pretty much. Yes. Well, yes. Yes. His explanation is this. I thought that he might be right in just this way because you are a professional comedian because you have been a journalist you've been a journalist is a funny guy for so damn long. I thought you would appreciate the Greg Cote. He's kidding. I know, you know, the, Greg Cody is funny. The Greg Cody that Greg Cody kid found net funny specifically because the idea of you falling to your knees as a pratfall is visually funding. That's exactly how Tony Kornheiser should break a rib. That's what he's claiming. He was seeing the funny. And and I thought you'd find it funny too. So yes, actually, if it happened to someone else, I would find it hysterical because belt many many years ago comedy. Is you falling down a man, all and tragedy is hurting fingernail. Response to young Cody is I hope he gets eaten by sharks? And he.

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"lupu" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"lupu" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Right. But I agree with you. You have to adjust to what you're saying. Because the way to be dissolved team is just you gotta have anchors. You gotta just stay put you gotta fight fire with fire physicality with physicality you don't need to trick that front you need to attack that front. You've got a new to nose give that's done all year. So you don't get away from what you've done. Oh, I would I would like to have seen at least one or two run blitzes where you just send those two backers as hard as you can into those. Holes just to screw up zone blocks. Just to to force them to make choices that are hard to make really, but those are the same things when you run the run blitzes against his own. You're gonna get the same thing's going to have to you gonna get a visceral. I think the issue that you get into when when you're trying to defeat a team like that is you have to muddy the second level looks. So you have to play tight you have to play like, you said a pillar that can't be moved up, and you have to between the two guys or the three guys that are running his own. You have to make it like who should come off. Should we take what happens and when that happens to you? Then all of a sudden that second level, you don't get to it. And you don't create those wide open cutback lanes that they were creating those. So the run blitz against his own team is is not great that blit stuff. And that that that pinching stuff and Lupu is great. If you're playing against a man team, right, right? Because you pick guys. On the second level. Guys have free run lanes the linebacker vision. Detach running back, but not against not at the guest team that basis out of Washington. Here. Watching me got lupin in Dallas holes can anchor it down naked hit a knee. And he ain't moving the less. You got that? We'll get out of there. We have had that. I just. I'm gonna say it again sometime stopping the run is just about fire and desire. You just have to wanna stop it more than they wanna block you. And sometimes that's what it is. And I thought my defense didn't show up. Here's what I think. Here's what I think more than anything. I think the league is changed in that. Everybody says we want to stop the run. But really what they wanna do is. They wanna play nickel and dime. They want to stop the patch. Right. That's what they wanna do. And I think sometimes you look at the Rams and you see the weapons on the outside. And you see the big throws down the middle of the field. And you see the matchups they get with a with a wide receiver on a linebacker or running back on the linebacker. And you get sooner verse about that stuff that you're saying, hey, we're going to stop this. And here's how we're gonna stop stop it by we're going to bring guys more pressure. We're gonna pressure jerk off to do this. And what ends up happening is they just lineup handed off because that's what the Rams really liked to do. And the next thing. You know, you get thunderstruck in the now and even when you're up seven to three they've run the ball down the field twice..

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"lupu" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"lupu" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Like, I've tried and I'm just like now this wouldn't happen in reality. Okay. I have mine is going to be worse. Okay. I'm sorry. I'm comparing yours to mind, but I have weirdo things like that too. Like in my fantasy. I'm putting on a condom on this guy. Why am I putting on? It's just a fan after like remember because I'm know this, dude. It's a fantasy. Just go wrong. It's fine. Go for it changes. Yeah. The more life you have. Yeah. Wow. Fantasy the last. We I say on the most together person in this room. Hey, what's going on your Keith? And the girl. Hey, buddy, Buju boots. What still buddy, you know? I would normally never even dream about trying to take away anytime from killer gifts like full Lupu one of the greatest in the history of the show, but you guys don't do anywhere near enough for Mercian of less. We case into you didn't stay anywhere near and I felt great that show was I started listening to late. I just go VIP again recently, and I've been catching up from the beginning. And that's if there's one show that's that that topic of the real show last week on Keith from the viewers literally about what's on us. We it doesn't matter. You can into a month later. It's awesome. Thank you. Yeah. Every week Bianca Brady wraps up. What happened and we tell behind the scene stuff like? Next week. For example. We'll talk about Paul Hooper being on this show. And what was his attitude when he walked into the studio. What did he say the site of his breath about his dad that he thinks we didn't catch? He was on the phone. You know, things like this and thank you. Yeah. I really dig it Bianca does a fantastic job, of course, in your VIP package. What he's talking about. It's weekly, and you don't even have to be literally right on top of the week like Bhutto's sane. Yeah. It's kind of like an extra Keith. And the girl show with stuff that it's like this wouldn't fit on the show, but it fits them show a mixed week. They're going to talk about Adam Brown and Hannah and. Lupu, and it's not even up for three weeks who else is gonna be. You're an idiot. If you're not listening to this show. Angry for well. We appreciate that. Thank you. It's awesome. Take things we calling up. Yeah. Bianca Brady's the best call ended. How would you rate the quality of this? Call five stars. Now that was bad. Okay. One star. Sorry three. Why what his content was great. But it was a little muscle. See this is all going for her. Right. How many star she? She's taking it serious like mad. They read. Okay. They just don't go with the best quality where helping yes. Yes. Are you paying Mets? No, no. This is the worst situation. No payments. I have pain meds. But I also have weed, and I feel like it does a similar thing. So those are my pain meds. Yeah. God forbid, you do both and enjoy life, right? Very good to treat this. Holy shit for what do you do for Christmas new years that kind of thing? Dc family family. Yeah. I went in. I was there for like ten days. Yeah. My hometown, North Carolina. And so my mom family. My dad blue in the town. Yeah. The whole thing your dad left you when you were like three or four, right? You gets back into your life around ten. Yeah. You've. Well, he left they they had a divorce three or four, and then he had visitation every other weekend or something and around ten or twelve I didn't wanna go anymore. Almost another court case, I didn't like him. I didn't want to be around them. And so that was the thing. And so they agreed. Okay. He doesn't have to go. And then it was just my mom. And I I saw my dad again at nineteen then I saw him in my early thirties. And now a lot more now forty three and then he had other kids is that how you guys got together. And then the kids saw you and the family kind of fixed itself a little bit. Yeah..

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"lupu" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"lupu" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Once you get used to it. So Melissa is like between you and me Theresa's pissed and Jackie's. Yes, she went bananas since grain to Kurth that me and kind of like threatened me. I mean, I think the threat that she gave me, but I'm not going to be threatened by EMI by Lee because I'm not a child at threatening. It's bad. It's not okay. Yes. She's doing this whole thing of like, well, you know, I feel bad that I cut it to a call. And I've never wanna hurt anyone. But at the same time, I'm not sorry for having a voice in opinion. You know, I want to have a voice and opinion. But I'm not sorry that I heard it too. But I'm sorry that I heard to our core. I'm like, okay. Just just accept that. You're going to go balls the wall with Theresa. That's fine. She's like just pray for me, please. Because I t to read them, I don't know what she's going to do. And if God left me, why can't get my locker opens. That's my question. We had that power. So then we go to Jen. Who's just me? They start from the bottom up. You know, they're like doomed palm. Yeah. Jin's walking into a still and her shoes. I mean, it was any store excuse me. She was walking into. Look at her like that is why I really hate this lady on top of being so obnoxious. She also like tries like getting on the Bonnie thing. No. That is that's a full on the winds or into storyline. You are not allowed into Vanni. Well at this point. I'm just assuming the Vanni is a sponsor right there. One of their core. Water of the show or the corner of the show that gotta be which makes the fight between the land. And during the even more hilarious. It's like during the during this on the below deck boat like gig. You that cool. Why let you? Sponsor. Colada? So for me, he wouldn't have had blueprint through your wedding. Well, either way so Jennifer and her mom go to Vanni because they want to do some shopping for melda who's the bride to be or like her brother, and they're they wanna get orig- Raza. I'm like are. They like preparing her for cabaret performance in Istanbul. Like, what exactly is happening here will the way that Jen talks about it? You would think it is. She's like well in Turkey. What we do is. We put the bride on spit, then we'd like to fire them. We're like just kidding than we alike Zine. Then we tap dance around her. Then we throw her. We've I'm like what is what is your traditional? She's always adding something like insurgency. Yeah. Well, everything's about like she's like in our tradition. What we have to do is we go to a store by dress for someone. Okay. And then we bring the dress somewhere. And then we put Jewison we give it to bribe. And we say, hey, bribe, you get to wear this dress to distract you from the back that you have to marry my ugly s brother. We also covered them dresses jewels and Lupu tons because it's very hard to run in. We wanna make every bride feel like the best cabaret star that they can be before they married. My schlub of a brother. I this is so sad. I don't even know who this woman is is Mary, and I'm so terrified for her. I feel so bad from Elda. She's going to be like dressed up like a figure skater and then sent off with this guy. And I mean like other really no other options in Turkey. Melda come on Melton. Just a greyhound in Turkey like. Just get a Jack rabbit was sat jackrabbit I hope. She's not one of those those people who like has nightmares of suffocating..

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"lupu" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"lupu" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Once you get used to it. So Melissa is like between you and me Theresa's pissed and Jackie's. Yes, she went bananas since grain to Kurth that me and kind of like threatened me. I mean, I think the threat that she gave me, but I'm not going to be threatened by EMI by Lee because I'm not a child at threatening. It's bad. It's not okay. Yes. She's doing this whole thing of like, well, you know, I feel bad that I cut it to a call. And I've never wanna hurt anyone. But at the same time, I'm not sorry for having a voice in opinion. You know, I want to have a voice and opinion. But I'm not sorry that I heard it too. But I'm sorry that I heard to our core. I'm like, okay. Just just accept that. You're going to go balls the wall with Theresa. That's fine. She's like just pray for me, please. Because I t to read them, I don't know what she's going to do. And if God left me, why can't get my locker opens. That's my question. We had that power. So then we go to Jen. Who's just me? They start from the bottom up. You know, they're like doomed palm. Yeah. Jin's walking into a still and her shoes. I mean, it was any store excuse me. She was walking into. Look at her like that is why I really hate this lady on top of being so obnoxious. She also like tries like getting on the Bonnie thing. No. That is that's a full on the winds or into storyline. You are not allowed into Vanni. Well at this point. I'm just assuming the Vanni is a sponsor right there. One of their core. Water of the show or the corner of the show that gotta be which makes the fight between the land. And during the even more hilarious. It's like during the during this on the below deck boat like gig. You that cool. Why let you? Sponsor. Colada? So for me, he wouldn't have had blueprint through your wedding. Well, either way so Jennifer and her mom go to Vanni because they want to do some shopping for melda who's the bride to be or like her brother, and they're they wanna get orig- Raza. I'm like are. They like preparing her for cabaret performance in Istanbul. Like, what exactly is happening here will the way that Jen talks about it? You would think it is. She's like well in Turkey. What we do is. We put the bride on spit, then we'd like to fire them. We're like just kidding than we alike Zine. Then we tap dance around her. Then we throw her. We've I'm like what is what is your traditional? She's always adding something like insurgency. Yeah. Well, everything's about like she's like in our tradition. What we have to do is we go to a store by dress for someone. Okay. And then we bring the dress somewhere. And then we put Jewison we give it to bribe. And we say, hey, bribe, you get to wear this dress to distract you from the back that you have to marry my ugly s brother. We also covered them dresses jewels and Lupu tons because it's very hard to run in. We wanna make every bride feel like the best cabaret star that they can be before they married. My schlub of a brother. I this is so sad. I don't even know who this woman is is Mary, and I'm so terrified for her. I feel so bad from Elda. She's going to be like dressed up like a figure skater and then sent off with this guy. And I mean like other really no other options in Turkey. Melda come on Melton. Just a greyhound in Turkey like. Just get a Jack rabbit was sat jackrabbit I hope. She's not one of those those people who like has nightmares of suffocating..

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Dr. Kecia Gaither, MD Pt2 Child Birth Not Always Black and White

The Radiant Health Show

09:01 min | 4 years ago

Dr. Kecia Gaither, MD Pt2 Child Birth Not Always Black and White

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Dr. Kecia Gaither, MD Pt2 Child Birth Not Always Black and White

The Radiant Health Show

09:01 min | 4 years ago

Dr. Kecia Gaither, MD Pt2 Child Birth Not Always Black and White

"Treatment. Taste this parade. Sydney. Right back to heart, but delivers the. Walk into the radio health show with Dr Christine Horner your source of information that will help you to achieve extraordinary health and longevity or each week. We bring you a fascinating interview with the leader in natural health from practitioners, ancient systems of medicine, such as traditional Chinese medicine that IRA Veda to experts and the latest frontiers of complementary and alternative medicines. You'll be entertained in mesmerized by my guess we'll learning many tips on how you can reach an joy in extraordinary state of health simply and naturally. I'm your host, Dr. Christine Horner for resurgent, and now an expert natural health in the author of two award winning books. The first is waking warrior goddess, Dr Christine hunters program to protect against and fight breast cancer. And my most recent book is called radiant health, Asia beauty, a thirty day program for extrordinary health, beauty and longevity. My guest today is Dr. Kisha gazer and this is actually part two of a two part interview. If you did not listen to last week's interview, I strongly encourage you to listen to that. I can get kinda fundation of what we're talking about, but she say double board certified physician in OB GYN and also in maternal fetal medicine. And last week we were talking specifically about, there's been a rise in the ternal deaths in the United States, and we kind of went through the various different factors that are responsible for that. And so this week, what we wanna do kinda get into more details about it and what women can do to really lower the risk of having difficulties with their pregnancies as well as having actually not thriving from from having that. So doctor gave me thank you so much for being on my show. Again, thank you so much for having me again banks. So last week we were talking again, kind of the main thing. Things. I guess that were causing people that have increased maternal deaths and problems. You had mentioned words, obesity is obviously a huge thing. You know, people have diabetes and that kind of thing. And then and then we also talked about the that the main things that people can potentially die from when they have a child from infections, high blood pressure issues, if hemorrhage. So to this week, we just wanna go a little bit more in depth, you know, into these areas and it's like, so if a woman wants to lower risk as much possibly can. What, what are the main kinds of recommendations that you have? Well, certainly in the best of both worlds before you even get pregnant, it will be helpful to go to your provider and have a discussion about, you know, whatever medical cool morbidity that you may have. Which may need to be optimized. If you're diabetic, you need to get your blood sugar in control. Certainly because while you can handle high high blood sugar, your developing fetus cannot and high blood sugar leads to specific congenital abnormalities in the developing fetus primarily affecting their brain and spinal cord their hearts in their legs. So to prevent these things, it's helpful for diabetic women to get their blood sugars and good control. The other thing that diabetics can do prior to becoming pregnant is to take full of gas. It's up limitation full of gas that is very good for fetal brain development. If you are a woman who has had a baby in the past that has had a neural tube abnormality in the neural tube is that progenitor that develops the baby's brain and and spinal cord. So if you've had a baby in the past that have had. That has had despicable nominally certainly again for look, it's up limitation would be benefit to you in the pre conceptual period. That was like routine for everybody, like no matter what like it was in the prenatal vitamins. It is, but for certain subsets, the doctor is going to give you more. You're gonna get an additional, you know, prenatal vitamins have like one milligram folic acid in it for those women that fall into the categories. We're talking about giving them four milligrams daily, so you, it's it's more. Got it. And then what like what other? I mean, of course, always heard a fog acid, you know, from yawns ago about the news editor, are there other vitamins or minerals or supplements that you feel are really beneficial for women while they're pregnant? Seen as you know, I am a high risk doc. I really liked vitamin d vitamin d is good for a whole host of things. First of all, you know, vitamin d is the only vitamin that's made exclusively in the skin, and it's made particularly when you're in sunlight, sunlight helps to promote the census of it in your skin. However, for those women that have color or people who live in cities where you got the high skyscrapers and your endorsed most of the time where you tape taking public transportation, particularly the train underground train, you know, your exposure is low sunlight. So it goes without saying that you're vitamin d levels would be lower to. Now, vitamin d deficiency affects everybody, not not just pregnant women, and you know, I'm gonna. Go into how it's affects pregnant women, but vitamin d is really good for your cardiovascular health for your bone. Development deficiency has been linked to a psychiatric disorders, so therefore it's good for your mental health. So it's, you know, it's not just doing a body good for the pregnant ladies, but for everybody now in my arena, being high risk doc, I see a lot of Preterm labor. So there has been research out there, correlating low vitamin d with an increased risk of Preterm birth. So for all of the ladies that I see in in my office, everybody get screened and if they're values alot, they get supplemented vitamin d is an expensive, and if it can prevent something that will have a high morbidity and mortality, like having a little preemies. And all that goes along with having a premature baby. Then, you know, I'm all for checking levels and supplementing for those ladies that are hypertensive, vitamin d supplementation is as good as well as it can pretty much. I can't say lower, but it will hopefully prevent some poor outcomes from hypertensive disorders in pregnancy. So do you notice I know vitamin d is kind of a tricky thing as far as how much you give. Because you know, years ago we used to say, I take four hundred international units today, and now we know that that's way way too low in somebody who's not pregnant at the kind of normal is about two thousand international. That's what I what I give. Okay. 'cause situations like sometimes when people have you know some sort of chronic illness or you know cancers, it turns out that they'll need way more than that, like, you know, five thousand or something like that. So I was just wondering if pregnancy was a situation like that to where you actually need it a lot more than the normal. Well, I think it depends on what your levels are. You know, anecdotes, you know, I've I've had a few patients that had psychiatric illnesses, and interestingly enough, you know what I've found is these ladies have values of vitamin d in the single digits. Don't I? And I don't know why that is. So for those ladies, I will give, you know, certainly give them more than you know, two thousand day. It'll probably be more like five thousand a day, and then you know what a month or so we'll we'll check their levels to see how you know whether or not that that affords them, you know, a treatment. Working. So the women just curious to the one that you've had that has psychiatric problems and you really low vitamin d levels like the single digits. Now when you get their vitamin d levels up to kind of European range of say, like, you know, forty to sixty or something. Have you noticed that there's an improvement in their mental, you know, it's hard to say because not only are they taking vitamin d, but they're also taking whatever psychotropic medications that the psychiatrists recommending. So if there's any change in baseline, I don't know what that's due to the due to the vitamin d the meds, or is it something that's that's, you know, is it both of them that that and that's hard to gauge. Right, right. Got it. So are there any other like vitamins or nutrients that you think are particularly important? I think you're mega threes are important in pregnancy, a mega threes or really good for heart health, but in practice. Conc-. It's good for fetal brain development. So I would recommend any patient taking prenatal vitamins. Make sure they take a formulation that has those nice magazine. It other sources of Maga's are certainly salmon. Salmon is good for pregnant ladies, and you know, having that nice little fetal brain development. So mega of our, you know, besides helping pregnant ladies good for everybody else protects your heart. And it's a bonus nutrient for patients or people that are sitting dwellers as well air pollution kinda facts mega levels. And so certainly taking the supplementation is really good to help your health. Make it three levels. I generally do recommend that, you know, I am kind of a believer in vitamin supplementation. Certainly, I can certainly provide him in d, your mega IOUs vitamin b. twelve items. See. So those are the main ones that I really kind of inform my patients about simply because of where we're living and the types of exposures that we have vitamin b. twelve, for instance, is beneficial. We, you know, the area that I live in is urban and you know, there are a lot of cars around and various toxins like sulfate and black carbon can affect our cardio vascular system. Vitamin b. Twelve is nutrient that. That keeps the bodies nerve and blood cells. Healthy helps to make the building blocks of who we are DNA. So certainly, you know, it's important to have your level levels check because it'll pollution can affect your levels. And certainly if the vitamin b, twelve is building blocks for basically who we are, it's best to to have that supplements it there, certain people that have a particular type of Nimia call mega blasted anemia. And you see this more so and people that have GI illnesses or had GI surgery. So these people in particular as well. All right risk for vitamin b. Twelve deficiency and supplementation for them is essential. It's not even choice. That's essential. Vitamin c, we all know vitamin c is the saying that we spouse during flu season bills your immune system. Adam helps you to fight off getting colds and so forth. But the other thing about vitamin c. for the ladies out there vitamin c. keeps your skin Dewey and healthy and helps the Bill the collagen and everything in it being a city dweller again with the air pollution, the oxide kind of destroy your vitamin c levels. So you know, pumping a little vitamin c daily certainly is is helpful on many levels recommend. You know, there's various formulate Sion's and so it's hard to gauge which would be the best. I think any formulation over the counter that in the ranges are similar. That would be fine. Do you think I mean, do you recommend like a thousand milligrams a day or do or more than that? It depends. It depends on what what you're dealing with that I would say there's some formulations that are four hundred. There's some formulate at thousand, you know, I have given the four hundred dosage, certainly. If you are in flu season, I might recommend you bump that up. Okay. Anything else that you routinely recommend for women? No, no, you know, from my pregnant ladies are prenatal there Maga's checking those vitamin d levels. If they have certain, you know, GI illnesses or anemic, making sure the vitamin b twelve is is up to par. And during flu season, I do tell them to take extra vitamin c to prevent them from having flew flew in pregnancy or not a good thing together. Do you recommend the flu shots? I do. I do. I really, really do you know this particular winter. I had so many patients in the intensive care unit affected with the flu. I've never seen that. I might have one, you know, during the course of of flu season, but I had double digits this year. I've never seen that. So this particular strain was pretty VERA lint very violent to make. Yeah, to kinda shut down your system and have you one, you know, breathing machine. So yeah, I do recommend it. You know, I'm pregnancy. Your immune system declined. You know it decline. So the flu in a pregnant woman is disastrous. It really is not only as mommy affect the baby's affected too. If mothers oxygenating babies, not gonna oxygenating there. That women stay indoors a lot or minimize commerce. They go out. I mean, particularly enough Lucy's and like that. I think that, you know, if you have gotten your flu shot, you're giving, you know your level of protection, certainly, and taking your your vitamin c. I think that what kind of company and certainly coming since dictated. If there's somebody with the flu, you're not gonna be around them. Yeah, hopefully yeah. yeah.

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