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"m o" Discussed on The Friend Zone
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"m o" Discussed on 600 WREC
"More about available positions at my office careers dot com that's M. O. S. career ears dot com Georgia Atlanta Georgia records lowest number of corona virus patients in over a month that it is succeeding with the what governor Brian camp to now this is not a new story because of our blades at Leeds NFA red Republican governor makes good decisions like abit like very many times to wind not always many times our descendants are not Brian camped it's not reported by the mainstream media because it's good news yet they wait for that one incident where something bad may happen in which case they will attack and use some political social or other event to attack the president or attack Republicans Georgia reported the lowest number of hospitalized coronavirus patients seen in more than a month on Saturday yesterday according to governor Brian camp today marks the lowest number covered nineteen positive patients currently hospitalized statewide which is one thousand two hundred three since hospitals began reporting this data back in the first of April and looking at my list of Georgia residents in the great state of Georgia there are thirteen deaths per one hundred thousand Georgia residents thirteen per hour it is one of the few states and they're more covert nineteen deaths fourteen hundred five in Georgia than regular seasonal deaths which is eleven hundred all right let's continue with more great Ohio and let's go to Greg I own right gonna hi welcome to the bill Cunningham show great go ahead with your career thank you so much for taking my call I certainly do appreciate it thank you Mr great go ahead I don't know your local station there was a national news story that said I don't know they're going to randomly select twelve hundred people in Ohio and have they don't have a partner to help show up at their door and cherish them through the nasal swab I just heard on the radio and on the go on your program earlier on the news yeah news from the local station okay what I jumped to my way of thinking it's not up to government to decide whether and nasal swabs or be stuck up in your sinus cavities that is up to you as an American well it's a it's a first step making everybody be tested or make everybody be vaccinated is just the first step is warm warm rights being taken away slowly but in a more rapid pace you know what I'm saying but the second thing I want to say is part of the question is why now why now all of a sudden these politicians care about life and death what for fifty years they have actively supported actually promoted child sacrifice why now you know great Gretchen Wilson said that abortion is a life saving procedure probably not to the baby but she went to court to fight to have you central services performed on women who want to kill their babies and she said and in fact that abortion is a life saving procedure and today is mother's day and Planned Parenthood sent out a greeting to all the mothers on mother's day from Planned Parenthood you talk about absurdity it's right there yes my divine okay listen this this and this burns me up like boulders for that man and yet he hire somebody like that's like hired less like a crisis pregnancy center pro life crisis pregnancy center hiring somebody under the run their offense why is he doing this this makes absolutely zero sense I'm tired of voting for Republican governors little on the turn out to be Democrats I'm sick of it Mike de wine this morning he's got like an eighty percent approval rating that doesn't mean it's good or bad because popularity is not the same as morality and none the less doctor Amy Adkins wasn't Obama organizer in the state of Texas in twenty oh eight and she's a Planned Parenthood type and she's running a certain aspects of health in the state of Ohio when I address Mike DeWine on that issue he says when she took the job she agreed to follow the policies my policies as the governor and I'm waiting to see whether or not she's going to get more licenses to doctor Haskell in Kettering who performs partial birth abortions it's absolutely sickening absolutely sickening to see that we're doing this and let me tell you this the Bible says that a double minded man is unstable in all his ways and Mike the wind is a double minded man we'll check with him later on that to know I have personal regard for Mike DeWine and not but I think he's wrong in many of his rulings especially those that say that to the kids in high school and grade school who are not at risk in the general population of anything need to I cancel all activities ad infinitum because of something that might happen in the future so let's continue coming up in a few minutes is going to be your friend of mine Tony Perkins of the family Research Council live from Louisiana to talk about what search church shows should should do when I read a column he wrote especially about California then in about thirty five minutes gotta stay tuned for this congressman Brad Wenstrup is on the house intelligence committee and what it means for a general flan later on of course is Jenny Beth Martin economic columnist with The Washington Times and we should be doing bill Cunningham.
"m o" Discussed on KOMO
"M. O. F. M. okay the northwest only twenty four hour news station from ABC news I'm Richard Cantu president trump is opposed to George's partially re opening its economy today Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms says the city is in position to re open she's huddling with our legal department to determine options publicly expressed my concern about this re opening and will continue to express my concern as Georgia and other states make plans to re open protesters are headed for Madison Wisconsin where restrictions remain in place the convention of states foundation a well funded conservative group is promoting a caravan and rendezvous in Madison on Friday Eric o'keefe is board chairman instigating anything we we just want to provide a forum group is critical of governor Tony either safer at home extension through Memorial Day he's being sued by the state Republican leadership either says the order is less restrictive than other states under our new order you're still controlling take a walk go for a bike ride or walk the dogs member of president Donald trump's council to re open the country says a well funded donor plans to pay anyone's bail who is arrested Ribeiro ABC news the house passed and sent to president trump in nearly half trillion dollar pandemic relief bill speaker Nancy Pelosi says a bipartisan panel keep tabs on the money that will be laser focused on ensuring that taxpayer money goes to workers paychecks and benefits and it will ensure that the federal response is based on the best possible financed and guided by health experts and that the money invested is not being exploited by profiteers and price gouging the president to sign the bill today Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell declared opposition to what he calls a blue state bailouts saying states should go bankrupt rather than petition Washington how ugly I thought New York governor Andrew Cuomo fifteen thousand people died in New York but they were predominantly Democrats so why should we help them you're listening to ABC news global news art Sanders now your top stories for the combo twenty four seven news center hearing on ABC's the view governor Jay Inslee was asked if the stay at home orders would be lifted anytime soon would be very dangerous in our state right now because you still suppressed the virus hello nor have we got a chance to passively if there was a rally this week in the state capital where protesters urged his lead to open the state back up a new poll from a P. shows eighty percent of Americans nationwide support Thursday at home measures and more than half don't expect them to be lifted anytime soon the number of deaths resulting from corona virus in Washington state's top seven hundred now it's seven hundred and eleven the new number includes five new deaths in king county as well as for newly reported deaths in Pierce county and three more in Benton county about twelve thousand five hundred total covert nineteen cases have been reported statewide we do it every ten minutes on the floors now your como tres road.
"m o" Discussed on KOMO
"M. O. F. M. twenty minutes of non stop news starts now coming up an update on the state's corona virus response efforts and Charlie Parker with the story Ryan Harris with a positive outlook for one of the first county shut down by coronavirus couple used time five o'clock ABC news I'm Terry Alden or it's up to the governor's after all a day after saying he had complete authority on when to reopen states president trump now says he'll speak to all fifty governors very soon to authorize them to begin lifting safer at home orders when they feel the time is right to do that very shortly will be announcing a date but it'll be very short and frankly it'll be at a time that will be earlier than the deadline that we opposed the end of April so we think that some of the governors will be in really good shape to open up even sooner than that will speak to them but we're all set today later on in the governors to do a great job today leaders in California began to lay out their plans this is Alex down in Los Angeles were governor Gavin Newsom is laying out his plan for re opening the economy of California he says it won't be immediate and then life will be very different than once it happens waiters will likely wear masks and gloves menus will be disposable where your temperature is checked before you walk in to the establishment but before anything begins to reopen the governor saying the state needs more testing and contact tracing plus the ability to protect the vulnerable president trump says he's holding US funding to the World Health Organization pending a review of its warning about covert nineteen in China WHL fail to investigate credible reports from sources in wine that conflicted directly with the Chinese government's official account New York City self department is now attributing almost four thousand additional deaths to covert nineteen officials say there are people who died at nursing homes assisted living facilities and private homes who wouldn't never tested for the virus but are likely to have died last month as a result of covert nineteen authorities in Fresno California say a major fire is now burning at an Amazon fulfillment center in that city you're listening to ABC news stay informed the top five and five from komo news afternoon I'm Rick fan sites with a Lisa Jaffe I'm Charlie harder public health leaders say the corona virus outbreak has plateaued in much of the state but not everywhere health secretary Dr John Huisman we're not going to totally stop or contain the virus until we have the treatment and a vaccine he credits the social distancing requirements currently in place for slowing the explosive growth of the virus I'm Jeff postal up social distancing and other efforts to contain the spread of the corona virus appear to be working we're not exactly where we need to be yet in my opinion but we've definitely moved a long way in the right direction that's Dr Jeff Duchin of public health Seattle king county but he warns that even though the spread of the disease is slowing the state is nowhere near ready to lift restrictions I'm Brian Harris with what sounds like positive news from Snohomish county executive Dave Somers it appears that we have managed to find the perfect summer cities health officers say they need things like widespread testing in a picture of how many people are still susceptible to covert nineteen before they can think.
"m o" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Worker friend he has diabetes and the hip replacement any other skin cancers simple skin cancer on his left side of the nose and went to the dermatologist the dermatologist so they had to have moles M. O. H. as CMOS radical surgery in the Saddam offer radical surgery that cut off so much of his nose they had to cut off some of his skull from the top of his head to fill in his nose in the kind of so much of his nose in his cheek that he couldn't close his eyes because he couldn't close his eyelids he went blind in this are I can imagine he went blind in his eyes from skin cancer on the nose and no one ever told me to come here to thirteen eighty four Broadway and have non invasive treatment no cutting no bleeding is a man who went through surgery on his skull to remove part of his skull to remove most of his nose much of his cheek couldn't remove the eyelids couldn't close the eyelids and went blind in the eyes even though the cancer had nothing to do with the eyes of the islands they just kept on cutting and cutting and cutting it's so tragic and he came to me with his social worker and his friend they were pushing him six doctors in New York we're pushing him to remove his dad all right the I. became dad when he couldn't remove the I couldn't move the island couldn't close the island and the patient came to me to see what I recommend and I guess I was the only doctor examine them because I examined him and found another skin cancer and you can guess what when he had his second can cancer he was never ever ever ever ever ever ever gonna have mows surgery again he suffered so much for Mohs surgery lost as much of his nose and cheek and skull and became blind and we treated him with invisible beams wide in his doctors back there and say Hey we can cut off your nose and you go blind or you can see doctor Lieberman have no cutting and bleeding and not be deformed well this is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway in thirty eighth street in the heart of New York City and we have a new skin cancer book that to send to you if you want in because even now to get that if you have a skin cancer and three million Americans have skin cancers every year so it's lots of reasons to come in for a check up come in for a fresh second opinions if you have a basal cell cancer and squamous cell cancer if you have a cancer come in and make a date to come in this is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway thirty eight street in the heart of New York City and we'll talk about one of rock and roll legends who just wrote a book this call me by Elton John published by Henry Holt just came out and he talks about having prostate cancer so it's not only the anonymous people but some famous people in the says that during a farewell tour he had a physical exam they found the PSA went up his PSA went up slightly it was sent to urologist for a biopsy came back positive and then he talks about how he felt and he says he wasn't shocked because of other health scares in the past and well then he went on to say the euro just offered him either surgery or radiation and chemotherapy and he said that radiation method to keep on going back thousands of times and he went straight for the surgeries he said a lot of men won't have it because it's a major operation he said you can have sex and you can't control the bladder he said his kids made the decision for him why go gold how old were his kids when he was diagnosed with prostate cancer there about six years old and so he this multi million dollar superstar had a six year old deciding for him about whether to have surgery or radiation for his prostate cancer he said he didn't like the idea of cancer hanging over him for years to come I just want to get rid of it well so many mistakes how can have a six year old making a decision about prostate cancer treatment complications of surgery meaning impotence and incontinence how do you tell a six year old child about the sexual dysfunction impotence right after surgery how does six year old about leaking urine when a few years before they were in their diapers themselves how do you expect a six year old to make that kind of decision and then to say you don't want the cancer diagnosis hanging over you what do you think that everyone who has surgery is cured no in fact if you look at the for example Gleason seven cancer the majority of men who have Gleason seven cancer the cancer comes back after surgery that's the point in the he writes as if he doesn't understand that I think he doesn't understand because of seems like you only saw a surgeon who seems like he was Pushin surgery otherwise you would have understand that you go look at the data five years later in ten years later look at who has the higher success rate and just because you have surgery doesn't mean the cancer can't come back we've been talking about that even on this program of men who had surgery and we're left impotent incontinent and what he said he said the surgery was a complete success and then they went on to say that the cancer had spread to two lobes if you had radiation it would've caught that well that's wrong too because we treat the entire prostate we know that when your prostate cancer offense throughout the prostate and then he said he made the right decision well how could be the right decision he then says he went on his gate to Las Vegas and when he was there is in terrible pain and as the day progressed he writes it uses own writing the pain got worse and worse and the timing is backstage it was indescribable it was he was in tears he wrote and he says he had the right decision that surgery was a success or how can surgery be such as excessive you're in terrible pain and then he said he did the program because you'd rather be playing the piano than sitting at home in pain while he was sitting on the stage playing the piano in pain and in the set up you got up to four thousand people applauding him and as they were plotting him he understood that he was leaking urine is pants he was peeing in his pants he lost control of the urine he was not able to have sex he thanks to the other complete success not understanding that you could have surgical failure the cancer can come back anytime after surgery there is no guarantee of success that's why it's so important to look at the data that's why he came here we would have shown in the data talk of this success rate for his kind of cancer based on his PSA in his Gleason score five years later in ten years later and while it's great to have a six year old deciding maybe he would want to have real data to show what the likelihood of success so here's Mister Elton John explaining is for committee by Elton John page three forty five forty six and forty seven that he had surgery ended up in terrible pain your knitting his pants not having sex and think if he made the right decision we need to have a six year old shoes for him here at Radio City New York we do things totally differently we explain to the patient or the loved ones everyone's welcome for the explanation everyone could understand we have written information that's clear about.
"m o" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"On Twitter at more to say M. O. O. R. eat T. O. S. a Y. no number in that ten letters and I love hearing from you and Hey we'll hear from you during the week too I mean I don't even know what I'm on again they've they have sort of put everything around here on hold after this week and they'll figure it out I guess tomorrow as we all we all adapt I guess is the word right adapt and so I'm in that group with everybody else in that regard so you can always treat me though so that's good and I'm happy to respond to its sort of therapeutic for me to hear from people and talk to people and figure out what's going on Alan in queens is up next and he's on the fence hi al hi this is Satan pose who's getting the better of the deal shekel Brady and I would say both check because he substituted Matt Cassel to Brady I was eleven and five and that was very from again yeah I I mean the reason Allen I believe that Belichick does is because I think that Brady is is near the end and I think that I mentioned this a couple weeks ago I think that my general opinion on errors that are aging in that manner is that when you are in a position where half the fans want you to keep a guy and half the fans think his time here is coming to an end that's when you deal not one it's ninety ten you know not when everyone agrees all it's over like at the end for Eli here it was probably eighty five fifteen you know at least that he lies time was done too late that two years ago or three years ago would have been very good for the giants I would've put them ahead so I think that the whole situation there this is not a great analogy but it's a little one like Joe Girardi with the Yankees it just started to get stale they didn't have the dynamic playmakers around him he couldn't make plays by himself at age forty two now going to be forty three and it was just the right time it was the right time and I think everybody wins here I think the patriots are better off without Brady going forward whether that happens this year or not I think they were ahead of the game in twenty twenty one by having made this deal and I think Brady while he was still a commodity unlike Eli manning is getting paid and will perform okay but I don't think you saving anybody and I think they better stay healthy and they better do all the things that they need to do to create an offense around him that he's happy with and his pride will kick in and he will give him everything he's got you don't get where he's gotten without doing that so I think this is another strong sign for the patriots and it's the way you keep from getting to scale which is a hard thing for teams to do eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six spike in Pompton plains all the dogs well the dogs are under the care of their owners and I read the extended weather forecast for the next fifteen days it feels like I just heard today in the last twenty four hours since I spoke to you with Sir eighteen degrees since week one day wow really really crappy they're always upbeat you know but dish this is Billy this crap is really bleak but I don't use old for you you're on here once in awhile your palm yeah I saw that poem all right well thank you you are regarding your iTunes very very personal very door geisha and your last wishes we're gonna get through this crap as I said to you yesterday nobody has a clue but I do think one of those doctors has a cool just figure out which one it is everybody here wolf we can bring about how many mass you know how many ventilators just please some corn and let us get on one listing thanks for the time I don't want to see any kids playing basketball with twelve bicycles around the court yard do you agree yes I agree and I think for the most part I haven't seen that spike and I wish you well with the dogs.
"m o" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"If you because you're going to get me killed that's the immortal Danny Glover all right so can we play it again well it's M. O. Jackson excuse me one more time well I thought it was from lethal weapon is it from pulp fiction no words from Die Hard with a vengeance I don't support me small I thank you because you're going to get me killed well you kids are going to get me killed actually not me tell your nana and your Baba unit take out Grandin grandpa you're gonna you're gonna put I don't know what they're gonna do they're gonna kill Mel Brooks is what they're gonna do it they are they're going to kill everybody if they don't get off the beach and go home and binge watch all right that's my public service announcement I just can't believe it I really cannot believe it all right Chennai zero infection just today if you believe I don't believe anything I say the new news on the hospitalization of the United States our young adults make up thirty eight percent of the hospitalizations and if I can explain the adults why it's important if they participate in the social distancing if not self quarantining it's simply death you know I think for the vast amount of medical resources we have the greatest medical system in the world but we don't build excess capacity we don't leave wings of hospitals open we generally evolve the number of beds and units and especially intensive care units in isolation unit based upon past experience in need so that the hospital don't lose money and they can stay open and so we have what we have and that capacity has a little surge capacity a little excess capacity the corona virus because of the tax breathing requires ventilators and respirators and people have to go into isolation and many have to go and I see you that does not stop the other sorts of patients who typically arrive with heart attacks strokes diabetic comas broken legs it doesn't stop elective surgery for people have been suffering in pain for years and need to have their backs fixed I've done that a couple of times yeah doesn't stop any of that stuff and what is happening in that state is where we are afraid we will overwhelm the hospital system we have a great hospital system we have the best doctors in the world they are the best trained doctors in the world we have the science work around the clock I am hoping we get great news on interventions as opposed to vaccines vaccines take eighteen months intervention can take a lot less to treat those of got it but in the meantime we have to suppress the virus to buy time if I could explain it to you this way we have a need your coming towards us remember that what was the name of the movie during now that the movie with that Bruce Willis the drains are mad at me I'm not talking to me really sad early in the morning but there was a movie where the media was coming towards the United States and everybody out there who said you're gonna get your arm again thank you I had to produce we came in today leaves about five minutes to to his feet clocking in clocking out today it's our system Armageddon there's a meteor heading towards the earth and just imagine that twenty percent of the people don't believe it and the twenty percent of the people are absorbing the resource that we need to stop the meter they are they're using gasoline and I don't know how it would be their usual electricity we need all the electricity to somehow power but later to hit the media I don't know magic something you are destroying hospital capacity because you are sending more patients there some of them will be you because thirty eight percent of the patients are actually younger adults not children thank goodness thank god this is not attacking kids but you know what other kids kids are safe cystic fibrosis who have a long and great future ahead of them because we're making advances in that direction every day they need some time to go into isolation they need sometimes to go into I see you you're taking hospital capacity away from sick children all right if you're outside if you're **** around you are denying children their right to have a spring break in the future that's what that's what you need to get your arms around you have to be socially responsible and the president's been very good about not calling anybody out for their behavior but I saw that last night I said to myself honest to goodness they have got to change brother brother right give a press three okay got a question about his low credibility I like this customer thirteen Donald trump at the White House yesterday credibility.
"m o" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"We have a new booklet it's a beautiful book if you're interested in what skin cancers lookalike or with the other guys are doing where the radical moles M. O. H. as Mohs surgery get the booklet in your hand either we'll send it to you or you can pick it up but I can say many people pick up two or three copies of this book that because number one it's so informative and you get an idea of what a lot of cancers lookalike and well you can go you DO how treatments are so so so different and don't think all the treatments are alike we see people who've lost their hearing their nose in their part of their face and fingers were treating a woman right now from Connecticut with a massive cancer on her finger and she went to two of the biggest hospitals in your console surgeons who wanted to guess what guess what the surgeons wanted to do to this eighty two year old room with a squamous carcinoma or finger yeah they wanted to amputate part of her hand well she just did not want that and she's doing well on our treatment it receives so many people with cancers of the lip and nose and eyes and ears and hands and feet so often in this woman comes two years later after having a squamous carcinoma of the left central knows not wanting to have radical surgery and we treated her with high success and I saw her in this cancer is now gone so it's beautiful now gone this is the work that we do every day at thirty four Broadway this is what we do every day speaking about women with cancer one took another woman with cancer sixty seven year old woman his sister high blood pressure and cirrhosis and Russia left breast cancer invasive cancer triple negative meaning it was not sensitive to hormones of sensitive to estrogen or progesterone triple negative she founded herself she palpated the left breast mass and she had a biopsy done and it showed invasive cancer grade two should mammograms and MRI and well the surgeons run to do surgery on her and she just did not want to do that should a two and a half centimeter mass at the ten o'clock position of the left press for managing the breast is like a quark in the polls right the center of the ten o'clock position on the left breast there was a two and a half centimeter mass good size mass and well she just did not want to have any surgery no mastectomy no back to me no chemo and she came here last year ago and we treated her we talked about all the options that we always talk about all the options and throughout she chose her treatment she came in now with a new scans were body got the most elaborate scans and blood tests and physical exams there's no active cancer she's in remission doing well with her breast intact this is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway thirty eighth street in the heart of the city there's another man is a man who had a squamous carcinomas left here right in the middle of his years called the anti helix of his years biopsy positive first skin cancer was life is so determined to just says Graham's carcinoma he's seventy seven years old is emeritus two sons he has cancer of the year it also has heart disease and medication and he had a biopsy Surescripts carcinoma of the left here and T. he likes and is surgeons and dermatologists wanted a cut out the center visit here well he just didn't want radical surgery once the center busier I've seen that I've seen sort of cut out half of the year all of the year part of the year well you don't want any of his year removed he didn't want radical surgery doing cutting or bleeding or Moser amputation knowing he came here luckily he heard about us through a radio listener like you and that's why it's so important to pass on the information you are learning a lot you are learning a lot as you listen to shows multiple shows on multiple days you're learning so much you can pass on the information and if your friend or neighbor or for in the grocery store to hear someone talking about they're gonna lose their easier from here cancer of the breast all along you may want to just have him on the shoulder and say Hey you might want to see doctor leader monitored twenty four Broadway he may have some better answers for you in this man what first use of new Jersey's at all I can't come here it's all the way to New York well they realize detected New Jersey transit over to Penn station Penn station as all the trains from Amtrak across America Long Island railroad transit and patrons is about a five minute walk is really slow so we have maps that we sent out so you can walk over where we're coming from and they said well it's so easy and I said yeah it's so easy is offering cutting off much of your ear and while we treated them a year ago and here we go for a year ago well one thing he still has doesn't have the year but he has the year and this year is intact in the cancer's gone I can tell you use so happy he came with his wife and he's doing well because he gave non invasive radiosurgery pinpoint treatment a chance to help him be successfully treated not to lose zero do you don't want to and I could do most people are icy do not want to have radical surgery to remove their nose or eye or eyelid lip or eyebrow or nose no it will send you information this man is so happy and that's how we like it our patients in general are so happy we have a very high happiness level here at thirteen eighty four Broadway where treatment is very successful in general not always but very successful in general this is the work we do and speaking of the work we do at one time but a woman who came from India she's sixty eight years old she has diabetes and high blood pressure and well last year she got a big mass in her right breast to the mass kept on growing and then it ate through the skin the mass eight through the skin of the breast and then there was an older work out in fact it because you need your skin your skin is like our wrapping to keep your body in an infection and bleeding out well the cancer eight through the skin and it ate through the wrapping so shed bleeding Shannon faction she had discomfort she went to some of the biggest hospitals in town and they wanted to give her chemo the one who radical surgery and she just did not want to have any key more radical surgery and salmon instead of eight centimeter like the size of my fist my fist I have big hands and big C. eight centimeter mass at the one o'clock position of the right breast it was tethering of the skin it was bleeding there was mass there was order and what we staged her up we got cancer markers restaged drop and lucky for her there was no spread of the cancer and well we treated her last year and she came in this week for follow up with that mass is gone the bleeding is gone the smell was gone this is the work that we do for patients this woman had a fun creating all sorts of mass of the breast feeding through the skin and other places I told her she had to have chemo and she had to have surgery and she had a mastectomy well today she has her breast with the chemo and no cutting and hospitals this is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway problem thirty eight street in the heart of New York City that's why so many people come here from around the world with cancer newly diagnosed cancer recurrent cancer or the suspicion of cancer this is the work that we do every day but I'm such a leader meant we'll be right back.
"m o" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"For the day Dave the intrepid what is our word of the day please it's nice to have a little oasis of sanity show of the day let's do it and today's word of the day is a verb okay more oil M. O. R. I. L. M. O. I M. O. I. L. yep two more oil a memorial who does the old Subaru's gave actually I thought of that yeah M. O. H. E. L. okay the rabbi that does the cutting to memorial is to eat a piece of candy loudly him loyal to his candy not really but if you're kind of in the average all all get at Laurie lane it's a soundcloud soundcloud chewing loud chewing no no I can't it's still in the works hard at the drudgery job to boil away yeah okay I don't like that word hang on one second close all these windows for these next year who's coming in here today's trivia question brand new baseballs are glossy and difficult for pitchers to grip how was the gloss removed from every ball used in a Major League Baseball game rubbed in dirt or mud now I'm gonna say alcohol actually there is a special mode we use yes it is correct every balls rubbing mud from the Delaware River but here I think in Colorado it's different isn't it the way the gloss because we had the problem with a live ball and we're trying to admit a little so right I don't know so we can not do we use special multinational mode okay now I have to find that out on opening day win by the way I don't care if every person in Denver Colorado is sick from corona virus on opening day my **** is gonna beat me down the field yeah watching some damn baseball by myself I just wanted to be able to know that go ahead I'll be there thank you lord are gonna be there and Mike and Dave of course Dave then A. rod you are my dream last night a rod yeah I got it interpreted I'll tell you all about it it was really insignificant that it was you were just saying get out of my dreams and into my car no I did not I was in that's the next time what is our jeopardy category.
"m o" Discussed on WTVN
"See you as everything easy week hasn't crazy month yeah well lots to talk about well a lot of current events to talk about latter recurring current events it seems seems right the case to the only item over there wonderful stood to be here yeah one anything get us down here nothing no in fact it's funny said I I would just remind myself I've read an article is in January sometime in January but it to talked about twenty twenty was the year to avoid negativity M. O. you think here we go here all right well it'll of some volatility with what's happening in the market and and the covert nineteen corona virus interest rates all sorts of stuff going on not to mention elections and primaries and all that type of stuff so I'd say fear is a negativity wouldn't you say absolutely there's a theory about getting stuck in the negative rights it's much easier to get stuck in a negative it's really hard to pull yourself out of that yeah we're just human nature right exactly that's exactly what it is right it's and that's the negativity you see on the I hate to say we see reported every evening have a news right it's it's all crime related negative situations and it's easy to be down on yourself but we're going to turn around to see talk about opportunity yeah be the eternal optimist right exact item sells the optimists are the ones that that went in the long run so where do I start a list let's start with that we do the regular covert update okay under that cook corona crash corona virus yeah lots lots of news now take the U. S. it's it hit the domestic side of things it's but we've been dealing with in China and Asia India and then I ran in and Europe here we are in the U. S. now and I don't like what I'm seeing and hearing because there's a lot of fear surrounding it yeah and just a lot of unknown and people are are grabbing onto the unknown and old most recent news this past weekend we had we have the Arnold right here along this right up how many years now the Arnold forty some where wild right sure nonetheless it's a staple of this time of year sure and they said nobody can come except the athletes and there's a big fight on whether or not they would allow spectators but when you think about the casualties behind it not necessarily from the event itself let's talk about the hotels the restaurants hospitals rotation uber drivers taxi drivers the airport it all adds up and that's a big hit was a big hit to the local economy and that's what we're starting to see one when you think about it to pricing that in if everything's price to get a maximum return we're gonna be open seven days a week and then you take a couple days out of that week profits plummet when we talked about it on the show almost a month ago when it was starting to hit my cow that they had close to seniors down and they were going to close down some casinos well the first earnings reports ran they lost eighty six percent of the revenue because it's pretty hard to make money when you can have customers in the door yeah and when you think about that continuing or anywhere else I mean there's certainly that fear factor but the idea of economy just stopping that is pretty fearful for some right and and most people know there is that the consumer drives exactly the economy right right Hockett they're spending that's what drives the economy as a fuel it's your favorite Saint Stephen when you get out of the house you're going to spend money exactly the economy efforts get a cargo somewhere there's some money yes you're going to work maybe that's about it but maybe go to lunch yeah right also so you and Tony your your spot on right the the other side of it too is you look at the those profits that's lost revenue it's not something you can recover like I I do think that maybe the factories that are producing good sites he is classic iPhone right yes saying that there may be a little make up production right from a revenue from like airlines the only had that one day to make those flights right if the planes don't have passengers don't fit Sandeman and that's lost revenue yeah exactly I mean they're talking about literally a hundred billion dollars of revenue loss from airlines that's just the airlines like you said just because we didn't make trips especially the business community sorry fix it well that's that's where I get to help okay something was it was China spine tingling in the little cold but I'll go ahead and get to it later good well it you know it you I think it's gonna be delayed impact right here in the states in terms of from an economic thing it won't you'll see right away I was at the mall last weekend for impact right no masks no none of that stuff that might change you know going forward who knows yeah maybe starting this week right it could but the other consumer like you said consumer still driving things so you some companies have been smart plan to head down to build up maybe a little inventory have product on hand that they're probably in a better position somebody who's you know was waiting on inventory to come in from China for example with engine factor you guys see those maps about the air pollution in China the drop in AS the visual media credible and and I I was watching CNBC and they had the maps from Thursday and it was full again so they're back up tomorrow after China's back up and and it is funny right could you look at it it's almost like a heat map yeah and the shortest distance showed it Thursday morning and it was full read now like China is back in business if you're only going to start pumping out their goods yeah exactly we have hopefully that's the beginning of a recovery that we see elsewhere right in and it takes a consumer confidence so listen wiped again we watch CNBC just to keep in touch with what's going on and they asked one one guy spent a speculator prognosticator whoever on the show said how do you get out of this he goes well instead of trying to contain the virus we just let it run its course yeah and speed it up and I was like wow he was of course that's cold hearted because it was so but that's that's basically we have to get through this and that he was just saying your accelerated but we just have to get the code does the consumers that confident that we're okay and let's just go back to normal and it's funny because this is an economic crisis right usually it's the housing crisis or some kind of a recession this is been non financial related non economic related right and when we think about it we're talking about corporations but take it back to the individual and the individual financial plan the idea of your job doesn't want you because they don't want to take can even be open that day the government said you can't be open how do you make up for that lost income we're talking about productivity in orders from China the same could be true of our regular employees here in this country so the idea of having cash reserves have disability insurance have the other tools that when life happens and maybe it's something like this maybe it's something different specific to you but you've got to have some access in the system whether it's your individual system of the bigger system because when the shocks happen you need to have some shock absorbers and if your living will call it maxed out when times are good when times are bad it's really painful yeah so I did some research on this because remember we talked about there was a ball of scares their sars scares Zeca H. one N. one you know that we are in slough they get right even if yeah we've been we've been through some of these things before and a vanguard actually put out a study last week and they said they did a really nice visual I wish our listeners could see this but it takes about a full quarter so for example back in two thousand three when the sars selloff happened it had a huge different front and it took about second quarter of the year things were recovered in the end the year ended much higher same thing in twenty sixteen with Zeca one quarter was down significantly let you visually look at come the cliff right straight down and then kind of V. shaped recovery back and then recover as high as it the sars selloff did but seek a recovered and people are still ahead at the end of the year so we'll see what happens are we don't know what's going to happen with the markets we don't profess to know but again now is the time to not to panic stay focused on the long term we keep keep here to say that over and over again because that's the discipline is the key right by the fear to your points even the fears what creeps and that's human nature part that you gotta fight fight internally every day Hey not to wake up and keep going and be optimistic but it's funny because that you could almost you when times are good you should write down all these things you know about when times are bad how how my gonna be behaving and then log how you feel now like you said when you're in the middle of a hurricane it's a little it's it's nice to get it all right yes I see is a good way right so you're you're you're skeptical so there might be a good thing to do is log this stuff down how you feel right we come back from the break when a shift gears and talk a little about some do not announcements this week from the CFP board certified financial planner board and some changes they made to fee transparency which we're gonna get in that detail you're listening to managing to be wealthy on newsradio six ten WTVN so it's pretty simple if you want to slim down its diet and exercise every day or lose the fat in a day yep those are your choices if you want to 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"m o" Discussed on V103
"Wanted on the Steve Harvey got a radio show well I got I got to tell you something everybody and this is great news for everybody that M. O. level you choose it can be successful in relationship successful in the family successes may be considered you becoming a homeowner it could be of being debt free your ideals success could be sixty thousand a year fifty thousand a year a hundred thousand dollars a year doesn't matter if you're considering it if you're wanting it if you have a desire to become successful I want to share with you the very beginning of that if no one's ever done it I'm I'm gonna say the beginning of it today C. scripture what makes it very clear for us that you don't the only thing you need to become successful is already inside of you it's not an external need god wouldn't do that to you he puts the core basis of everything you need inside of you so if you discovery if you tend to it nurturing fertilize it in watery it grows it branches out there reaches out externally in the stars grabbing things outside of their to make it even bigger stronger better last longer but in the very beginning you don't need anything it's always in you and if you cultivate your relationship with god it comes out if Flores now let me tell you the thing that I'm talking about is a god given gift that he has given to all of us we all possess it it is all with us everybody has a gift Hecht somebody told me what I know now back then I would say myself tons of mistakes I just didn't know the principles I had to learn all one of the principles of becoming successful is your mindset you got to get your mind right now this mindset is simply a decision that you can make I can get it for you I can tell you what to do but you got to make the decision you this listening have to decide you know what I'm going to get at almost top written I will become homeowners not only do almost up living check to check I'm I'm I'm I'm I'm a put a budget together I'm going to stop stepping out my family I'm a go home I will get it together almost all using you when you make these decisions that's correcting your mindset that a closer connection you have with god the more help you get sustaining the mindset how many times have you started to do something and you stop how many resolutions have you made a good new year and stop by February overweight bag me January done in March because if you don't have a clear connection which are created to help you carry out the the force out there that evil forces designed to get you not to reach your goals get you not to come to a resolution with water over resolutions are you mate so he can console you can consider yourself not worthy or fail you all I'm able to do something but the more things you are able to accomplish a great deal confidence goals goals so we got to get your mind set together your mindset is a decision that you have to make when you make the decision you can begin the process your mindset is also all wheel of yours we'll along with the decision we'll all willingness to do right willingness to change willingness to be better is going to vin because you have to make a decision to make a change of direction don't go whereby deals going you got to go your way now you can follow the crowd you gotta take a less travel pay you can not do this without changing your direction you can't keep hanging with the people you been hanging with if you want to be different because they not then you have to develop an obligation to yourself you've got to say you know what for me and my family if you don't have a family for me all it to myself I have an obligation to myself to be the best of me that I can possibly be to be the best self that I can possibly be to be the best father the best mate the best husband the best wife the best mother the best daughter the best son the best student your best employee the.
"m o" Discussed on Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg
"I'm before you check out you're GONNA see a box that says referral code. This is where you need to make sure you put in the code and when you go to this page you will see the codes hosts but just in case you want to hear it. The code is mom M. O. M. in order to get the ten dollars off and when you make a purchase using my code I do get a commission that helps support the show but I wanted you guys to know that I only recommend products or services that I use myself so that is why I don't promote a lot of different things on the show so you guys if you have friends that are struggling with their way. Maybe you don't struggle with that. Please make sure to share this with them and let them know about the series set is coming up in December. Because I know it can be very isolating when you're trying to lose weight and I never want anyone to feel alone. Also I just want to say I know the holidays are coming up and people are already probably thinking about Christmas cookies and all the things that they're going to eat but I do WanNa say this from experience. I'm glad I started when I did. There are so many reasons that could've pushed it off and said I'm not GonNa do it. My birthday's in January. And I started in January I could have just said well. Wait till this time and I've done that too many years in a row and just imagine starting twenty twenty ten pounds down instead of ten pounds up. I feel like it would really set you up for twenty twenty me and really get you on a great path and feeling good about yourself and so don't let the holidays get in the way of your goals. All right let's go to the show you know you and I talked about the whole Social Media Nas backed that. That's a big feast all in itsel- in itself I mean how do you feel about that using social media. I mean having a public platform yourself like it's not it's not easy. Yeah I mean I feel like I would actually have so many more listeners and all this kind of stuff if I actually you know pounded the pavement and threw myself al there and was posting all the time to the point that you might have to hide me and your.
"m o" Discussed on WTVN
"M. O. C. this week no longer the interim tag as he had going in the last season we had the first three games as the internet goes for the Buckeyes now now he's there again like you said big man on campus he's got the big office he's got those alligator shoes that nobody can hold him down with those things and yeah he's going to lead the Buckeyes on the field this Saturday okay high noon kick against the Florida Atlantic Canada Friday just was ask you know at the the gravity the enormity of this this is the becoming head coach of Ohio state is that hit you yet and Friday says he thinks it's it's probably gonna come you know later on this week it especially when the Buckeyes get ready to take the field against Florida Atlantic had a long talk with coach my when I first took the job and he's always say he's on what hang on Sloopy came on you look up and really appreciate the fact that his coach at Ohio state so I try to figure out when that would be for me ask anyone around the stadium you know when I'm with with the team in the in the tunnel looking up to see you know the horseshoe and and everybody that supports and Buckeye nation of cool that is you know take it and take a deep breath because you go through a whole game and I don't recognize anything that's going on so caught up in the moment did I I just got chills loss say I'm not as a football fan in my head and neck I'm not yet I can visualize that out where you said that he's going to be fun up in that tunnel you can see the smoke rising from the pillars that they have laid out and you could see that the truth is getting ready to host those flags and lead the team out there and it's gonna be a big moment Friday it's gonna be a big moment for Justin fields and this is the dawn of a new age in Ohio state football so yeah if you're not excited now it should creep up on you for having the conversation Friday and you're done you're not excited I think you need to check your pulse Antonio brown might want to check his messages or at least back then I'll be not gonna be getting anymore from Ben Roethlisberger in an interview with NBC sports big band says that he regrets calling Antonio brown out last season it was the plan the Broncos the end of the season the through about interception then called brown out for just kind of his lack of being there round in show for the last game of the season but games before that it was just he was there physically but not there mentally and I band just in talking to others a shelter for who did the interview with just as he regrets calling him out he says that a quote and it ruin the friendship you know he he wishes that he handled things differently well Antonio brown never one to miss taking a shot at somebody was on Twitter about ten minutes ago and never friends just had to get my ends up already that is cool doesn't sound like brown and whatever friends rounds eyes the Ben Roethlisberger thought they were friends with someone when they were friends AB is such a little girl you don't say something like that on national television to NBC sports without that without being sincere and Antonio brown again never friends just had to get and us more NFL news Marshall Faulk is training with Ezekiel Elliott they're still in Mexico as I'll get holds out the cowboys last week reportedly offered him a contract making the second highest paid running back in the league in Marshall Faulk told ESPN quote the question is are the cowboys willing to have him miss games because they don't believe he should be the highest paid running back so it looks like if you read it like I did that he declined to take that off for the cowboys presented them with no he wants to be paid like the number one backs this could actually creep into the regular season the cowboys have that is not the case from the central Ohio Honda dealer sports desk air research newsradio six ten WTVN thank you the weather every ten minutes.
"m o" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"M. O. S. T. I. M. dot tax reform yeah the proposal is proposal all of the money to be spent right now sympathy for everything I'm wonderful socialism Democrats because feelings matter more than facts because they don't care if the city of Los Angeles is overrun so long as they can Pat themselves on the back their sympathy for the homeless well the city declined well the tax base please well people move out increasingly to the suburbs to get away from the center of major cities that are running out in the core at the same time Democrats are patting themselves on the back because they spend lots of money because money that you spend from somebody ought not difficult to spend his own money on charity if they spend your money this demonstrates how committed they are to a cause case in point Bernie Sanders has now promoted a sixteen point three trillion dollar climate plan on Thursday Sanders proposal envisions a significant expansion of the government's role in the economy now Bernie Sanders a social snow you'd offer billions in subsidies replace gas guzzling vehicles with electric ones by twenty thirty I know public system of clean electricity generation that could sideline private utilities and in the infrastructure program a remake much of the economy an employee an estimated twenty million more Americans is one of the beautiful things is when the beautiful things about being a Democrat you just say stuff like I'm gonna spend one it could Gillian dollars and will create twenty Gillian jobs we were like how may we just well man drop a bomb was talking about shovel ready jobs that didn't materialize and he was talking about green jobs that didn't materialize never any Sanders is doing the same thing to me is like is your scale of the effort which the independent from Vermont compares to F. E. ours nineteen forties mobilization to fight World War two was central to his message in rolling out the plan right it's a it's a feature not a bug that it's going to destroy the American economy and force us to spend trillions because after all we can measure your sympathy and dollars now your own dollars in the number of dollars that you wish to take out of somebody else's pocket it's a beautiful beautiful thing now this does result in a great irony which is that one very Sanders colonies got nothing so listen to these two because it's pretty funny here's a town hall that yesterday he's talking about how we have to transition away from fossil fuels which if you are worried about climate change then you do one eighty eight transition away from fossil fuels over the course of time there's no way to do it right now the technology is simply not sophisticated enough there are certain things you can do that we should explore geo engineering building more infrastructure to prevent against rising sea levels right building see walls are there certain things you can do for medication there's certain things you can do to heighten adaptation by making it easier for people to move from particular low lying areas at sea levels rise for example and then there is stuff you can do to actually mitigate climate change itself some of that involves shooting sulphur into the as been explored this geo engineering there's also talk about technological innovation it's always funny to me when people say we have to subsidize technological innovation okay well you know who the person who wins the race to create an alternative energy source it is even nearly as efficient as as carbon emissions another award is all the monies all of them if you if you're the person who discovers nuclear fusion and it does not require the heat of the sun if you are the person who discovers that and makes it cost effective on a small scale then you are going to be the wealthiest person in the history of humanity so that's a pretty good incentive nonetheless Bernie Sanders as we have the printer should now now we have the wind no choice right this very instant it is no secret that we must transition away from fossil fuel end.
"m o" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"It definitely does not match the argument that nearly everyone makes quote. But the other company sold more consoles, so they're doing better. End quote. I've always found it on that. I always find it on as that being the one true factor since historically counsel. I've always find it found that that's the one true factor since I got a editing on the fly on our form when you want to write long. You start getting the line's cutting off, and you can't. Friends historically, console manufacturers. Have you come up come up even or lost money on these things, but with the shift a subscription models Ubisoft XBox game pass XBox ultimate game pass? Do you see this to be the new statistic being delivered to stockholders slash developers slash economists instead of you units? Souls lash shipped to me. The subscription model will be way, more telling of who is truly buying into a company. Plus, it seems that these subscription models take middlemen out of the equation, giving them more money. So hopefully invest back into the studios that make the better games. So where do you come down on basically? I guess is going to be how many people are playing the games or how many people are owning the consuls. It'll definitely be at least for the next generation. I think it'll still be call eight Colin be like a little bit of both. But we're definitely shifting more towards monthly unique players or monthly active players, a model that M O's really started on policy. And that's because if you're a monthly active user, the odds are you're. Spending money monthly versus somebody who buys the game, once like I bought, red dead redemption, to last fall for PlayStation four that's a one line stat. But if I buy game like fortnight or if I'm a registered active.
"m o" Discussed on Vector Podcast
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"m o" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty
"They imposed that they will definitely think twice the next time before doing that also really want to strip river rank. Like, you know, there you go, right. If you're hurt, you want. You want to act like a Lance corporal, good. You can be treated like a Lance corporal. We'll pay me like one two. That's a, that's a battalion level punishment that's updated Bill. Patient? Yeah, there's either more to it or she just got completely screwed over which which being a lady, here's where I fear. Here's what I fear is that they were looking for any reason to kick her out and wouldn't have to deal with are so I can feel it. Whereas if the same fraction, you know, he's going to be on the case who's at h. m. o. k. drama is going to be a mistake. I bet my life that she's going to be involved and she's going to get to the bottom of whatever happened to it. I'm looking forward to seeing what she has to say about it, but it's bullshit overall, it's a fragmentation charge, and that is the bottom line of fried ization charge. It's unnecessary. It's the from top to bottom. It's not a court. Martials problem. There doesn't need to be. It's the leadership in the military. And if he wants a crackdown you're saying, we need to keep the numbers up and you can't just go kicking people out. There is a huge amount of the population with movies and a vagina 's that could be joining the military that aren't because of shitty leadership that has made it look at the news if you're a woman right now after marines United and all these scandals, why would you want to join such a small percentage compared to males joining? I feel like that has hurt numbers to you're missing out on almost half the population because shitty leadership makes it easy to shit on women in the in the military. So I mean recruiters have it. It tough. It's not like they can be like you guys listening in just go to ZipRecruiter, which is the smartest way to hire or an opening, feel free to go to ZipRecruiter and get the people that you need their job site to send you tons of wrong resumes that you sort through. That's not smart there. There's job sites that make you wait for the right candidates to do your job, not smart. You know, it's not smart using a relative's to fill in at work while you look for staff. That's not smart either. You know, it's not smart. Making the the lottery, the centerpiece of your retirement plan, not it's mart decision. You know what also is not smart, letting your friends pick your karaoke you song. I actually think that's kinda smart. That's fun. Shing lay of of sound choice at the karaoke bar. Never heard anybody, but if you want to get people into you the jobs and in the right position, go is recruiter..