27 Burst results for "MSD"

MSNBC Blames Conservatives for Colorado Nightclub Shooting

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:00 min | Last week

MSNBC Blames Conservatives for Colorado Nightclub Shooting

"The folks over at MSD and see they have finally figured out who to blame for this shooting at the gay club in Colorado Springs, cut 6, please. The theory is if you're fearful enough, you're not going to push back. But what we need to see happening is the exact opposite. We need to see accountability and consequences. So first, a real quick hate crime charge here on top of the homicide charges, I applaud that. That tells me, prosecutors and police, they found quickly what they needed. That means they know this was a bias crime. This is likely, and since we've heard reports that the subject isn't cooperating with police, that means they likely found clear and convincing evidence on his devices. If he's a consumer of the people we just rattled off from Lauren boebert to Tucker Carlson, let's get it out. Let's get it out at trial. Let's expose it for what it is. Name it and shame it. He's a consumer of these people and those people should pay civil consequences from the victims. Yeah, that's a heavy dose of grade 8 crap. Ladies and gentlemen, what we do know about this attacker is that he is 22 years old. He's a Mormon. I don't know if he likes to get Marie. I don't know. Just because you're Mormon, doesn't make come on, grace, just because you're a Mormon doesn't mean you like Donnie and Murray. Or the handsome. So the guy was a Mormon. So it's not like he's some sort of Southern Baptist. Or I don't know, Presbyterian. Why am I not picking on your denomination grace? Just step away from the microphone. You're just making up for the weeks loss. I am, I am here. But the whole point of this is that there's no proof that this guy we still even know if it is in fact a hate crime. But here's what here's what we do know that they have a George Soros district attorney in Colorado Springs, and this Yahoo let this guy walk when he threatened to blow up his mother.

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Was Pres. Trump's Speech Effective When Announcing His 2024 Bid?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:00 min | Last week

Was Pres. Trump's Speech Effective When Announcing His 2024 Bid?

"President making the announcement there at beautiful Mar-a-Lago. I mean, the place was packed and very enthusiastic crowd. No doubt there are a lot of people that are not very happy about the president's decision, and we're going to get into that in just a little while. But I'm curious to hear from you. The president last night a delivering a speech. Look, I thought it was a fine speech. The question is, was it effective? I thought the president's tone, the president's tenor, was spot on. I thought he was very measured. And how he delivered the speech he was on point. He did not stray. He didn't chase it. He squirrels. And as near as I can tell, the only people he offended were people on the left. So that is a good thing. There are many people that are questioning the they're calling it the lack of enthusiasm. They're saying the speech was boring. I don't know that it was necessarily boring. It was just long. Well over an hour last night, the networks, let's see here. CNN and I don't know if this was a breaking news or a miracle, but CNN actually broadcast the speech. They dipped out about I had a low 45 minutes or so into it. Fox News carried the speech, but they dipped out of it. And then dipped back in, newsmax, I believe, is the only network that carried the speech cover to cover. From genesis to revelation as they say. So newsmax, I thought did a terrific job with their coverage, and by that, I mean, they just let the president speak. You know, there was no commentary until after the speech was over. But MSD and C did not cover the speech at all. They were, they decided to take a pass and they were in regular programming, as was Fox

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"msd" Discussed on DNA Today

DNA Today

02:18 min | Last month

"msd" Discussed on DNA Today

"How is it that we find ourselves surrounded by such complexity? Such elements. The genes of you and me Jesus a few and they're all made of DNA we're all made of the same chemical being we're on me to be an angel hi, you're listening to DNA today, a podcast and radio show where we discover new advances in the world of genetics. From genetic technology like CRISPR, to rare diseases to new research. We have you covered. For a decade, DNA today has brought you the voices of leaders in genetics. I'm cured, I'm a certified genetic counselor and your host. Willow was diagnosed with MSD, her mother amber was told to love and care for willow, but that there was no cure for this terrible fetal condition. Amber set out to find and fund the

What Does the Alex Jones Verdict Say About Free Speech?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:49 min | Last month

What Does the Alex Jones Verdict Say About Free Speech?

"What sort of a message does this send about free speech? Because Alex Jones was allowed to say what he said. He hasn't been charged with a crime. He hasn't been charged with murder he didn't pull that trigger. And the question is, are we heading down a very dangerous path when it comes to free speech in America? Here's my take on it. The people who should have punished Alex Jones are in fact his listeners and his readers. They're the ones who were duped, they're the ones who got sucked into all of this stuff. And yet they still support the guy, they still read his stuff. They listen to the shows they do whatever they're going to do. And that's how he's able to make his money. But I do look at how the media basically they're accusing him of perpetrating a lie. All right, that's it. In a nutshell, he perpetrated a lie. All right, well, why is it, why is Nicholas Sandman from coven to Catholic high school? Why isn't he getting a $1 billion settlement? Why is it Kyle rittenhouse, who the mainstream media lied about him? Where is his $1 billion settlement? What about president Trump? They've lied about the president over and over and over and over and over and over and over again. What about what about the $1 billion every time you've got people on CNN or MSD and C or any of the other channels? Knowingly perpetrating falsehoods. So all I'm saying is this opens up a Pandora's box. But ultimately, you know, we Alex Jones has to, he has to live his life. He has to go to bed at night. He's got to look at himself in the mirror. But I will say this, what was done to those parents was evil downright evil, and I wouldn't wish that on anybody. Could you

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"msd" Discussed on DNA Today

DNA Today

01:57 min | Last month

"msd" Discussed on DNA Today

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"msd" Discussed on DNA Today

DNA Today

02:26 min | Last month

"msd" Discussed on DNA Today

"One thing I wanted to mention before we wrap is that obviously you guys provide a lot of support for the MSD community. For parents and caregivers that have a child that was recently diagnosed, I imagine amber you can obviously speak to this more, but I imagine this to be a very difficult time, you probably felt somewhat lost and just figuring out, okay, where do we go from here? What are our resources who are our people? You guys are the people. So what's some advice on where they should star any advice? Obviously, go to your website, but which is in the show notes. But any other words of wisdom as we kind of end the show here? I mean, we provide a clinical scientists have created clinical care guidelines and we have all kinds of resources on our website and we would love for them to reach out. We have a patient resource guide that we developed and we mail that to them so that they have all of that right in front of them. And then we have a genetic counselor who works with us run up Bentley. And so she and I usually get on the phone with the family and we talk through, you know, kind of what MSD is, what's happening. And then we get into the science and my family's always want to know about treatment potentials. We have monthly calls with our families. I mean, we tell families when we introduce them into our Facebook group or this is a terrible disease. This is terrible diagnosis, but our families are so supportive and we are here to help you. And we all become very close. I mean, many of the families are on our board, very involved with our foundation and good friends of mine. That I never would have met otherwise. So we're in this together. Yeah, the rear disease community is a mighty one. You know, you guys just really pull together and support each other. And I think it's, you know, as an outsider, it's something that I just really admire all of you for doing that. And I just really want to personally thank both of you, faith and amber for putting all of this energy and effort in work into this because obviously it means so much amber for your family in particular, but for all the other MSD families, ones that maybe you haven't connected with, but might because of this interview. And a thank you for Brenda for introducing us to otherwise this interview wouldn't have happened. But yeah, no, you guys are just fantastic.

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"msd" Discussed on DNA Today

DNA Today

04:55 min | Last month

"msd" Discussed on DNA Today

"And so it becomes a situation where we really have to look at and connect with and engage extended families and communities and really be able to make the case to folks who don't have any direct connection to the disease. And we do that in a variety of ways, but one of the ways we do that is really making the connection between the research that's being done here and how it might inform treatment development for other diseases, other more common diseases. And that is true. And we know that that is the case. It's a little tricky because we know that it's important and it will inform those treatments, but we can't say exactly how that will be or when it will be or anything like that. But certainly there are people who support united MSD foundation who that is why they have family members who have Alzheimer's or Parkinson's or another disease and they have seen how close amber has gotten to a cure. And so they want to back us. Another, we have a wonderful, wonderful supporter out of Boston, Massachusetts. She is the teacher. She just a phenomenal supporter, financially, and otherwise. And she lost a knee to another a rare form of cancer. And she read about amber in a HuffPost article a couple of years ago, and she just latched on immediately and has been phenomenal. And what she has said is, you know, she lost her niece, and she just desperately wants somebody to win. And she wants it to be us. And so that's what we do. That's what we're doing. We're currently in addition to funding ongoing research to get us to a cure. We recently launched a capital campaign called 30 who cure, which is a, we're calling it a capital campaign with several twists, so getting very creative because of the rare space and these challenges that I've mentioned.

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"msd" Discussed on DNA Today

DNA Today

04:18 min | Last month

"msd" Discussed on DNA Today

"A little bit about willow in terms of just her experience. What types of support and treatment does she and maybe other kids or other kids in your community receive to help them specifically with the challenges that they have because of MSD? Yeah, so she has a whole team of people that help her two of the ones that kind of get overlooked sometimes or physical therapy and speech therapy. So she doesn't talk, you know, why does she have speech therapy, but to help with the swallowing, the feeding, all that kind of stuff. And they do lots of singing and that kind of thing, which helps her cognitively. And then physical therapy, you know, she gets that a couple times so we from ones from a physical physical therapist, but she also gets what's called myofascial release to kind of because she's starting to get. She's not contractual, but she'll get there very quickly if we don't work on her. And so the myofascial works on her. And I know, you know, I hear all the time about families say that their PT can't justify the treatment because they're regressing, right? PT is supposed to show improvement. But there are ways that you can, you know, that keeps her well and out of the hospital. And so you can document that. And we have a great PT who knows how to do that. So if anybody wants suggestions on that, I'm happy to share that information. Yeah, that's a really good nugget of information there. I think that's really important. And then she's got the full team. She's got her knowledge. She has GI. She has complex care. She has pulmonology, ortho, and I'm probably forgetting somebody, but it's a whole body, so she gets checked up on all the time. That's a lot of appointments to just keep track of and it's like you're a busy mom and you've got all these appointments and everything on top of that.

"msd" Discussed on DNA Today

DNA Today

02:18 min | Last month

"msd" Discussed on DNA Today

"So that makes it really difficult. I think when it comes to diagnosis track gene has designed a genetics electronic health record, here's what it features, pedigrees, demographic data, genetics information, risk tools, and sophisticated reporting all within a clinician designed workflow. It integrates with other clinical genetic software, databases, and hospital information systems to maintain accurate patient records. Go check it out at TRA K gene dot com. Again, that's track gene without the C dot com. And keep your eye out for our full episode interviews with track gene coming soon to DNA today. How do you define a quality genetic test? As we know, genetic tests are not created equal. Different labs prioritize different aspects of testing. Blueprint genetics has a patient first mission, giving a patient a result can help lead to better care. Blueprint genetics has a team of people dedicated to sifting through this complex information so that results are thoroughly supported. With blueprint, having human eyes on this data can help ensure it's valid. For patients that have been on the diagnostic Odyssey for years, having a pathogenic variant identified that was previously missed by other labs can be life-changing.

"msd" Discussed on DNA Today

DNA Today

05:53 min | Last month

"msd" Discussed on DNA Today

"And enzymes and then he asked, you know, I think everybody after that asked, are you planning on having more children? And this was our third child. I was 37 when I had her. We were not having any more children. So that kind of stopped a conversation. But I've heard the conversation many times about being informed going forward so that you know. And some of our families have multiple children with the disease because they didn't know the diagnosis. We don't have newborn screening, the diagnosis of late. And so, you know, it has happened. Yeah, yeah, I think it's an important part of the conversation, but certainly depends if people are like, you know, as soon as we were pregnant with this baby, we weren't planning and having more kids like which sounds like, you know, for you and your partner situation. And you mentioned the way people are diagnosed. So this is a fairly rare disorder. I mean, how rare is it? Because there's a lot of levels to rare. Right. So it's ultra rare. It's one in 500,000. Wow. So how many people do you have an estimated number of how many people that have been diagnosed? I don't know, like people that are in your community. Yeah. So on Facebook, we have a Facebook group, you know, that's how we kind of number things. We have about 70 families in there and that's the husband and wife, the mom and dad, maybe sometimes they are. We know of about 22 families in the U.S. about over a hundred wear a wide. And that's who people that have reached out to us. So like I don't know anybody in Australia and I don't know anybody, you know, and some of the large Africa. So, but I'm sure that there's patients there. They just haven't reached out. So the prevalence, the one in 500,000, I think, you know, there's probably over a thousand that's what they say.

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"msd" Discussed on DNA Today

DNA Today

05:21 min | Last month

"msd" Discussed on DNA Today

"And my grandmother had passed away from all the time or so I was familiar. That she's just her body is going to decline. So it's no death is good, but I feel like, you know, watching her struggle as very painful for all of us. She has two older sisters. They kind of dealt with it. The one, the middle one is closer to her and age. And they would play with each other and stuff. She would dress her up and she would go running her room and take her toys and so, you know, she was young enough that she still connected with her, my oldest knew what was going on and just kind of distanced herself, I think. And still struggles. She went to college like an hour and a half away and she's like, mom, what if something happens? And I'm not able to get home in time. So they think about it all the time. And then my husband is, you know, he's the dad. He's a protector and for his little girl, you know, to be struggling is very difficult. Of course, yeah, certainly feeling for your family and I think it's important that a lot of these types of conversations and podcasts, we do talk to either the primary caregiver, the advocate and the family, if there's one primarily that's more prominent, but it's also, I think, really important to keep in mind for healthcare providers that are listening that this does affect everybody in the family. You know, you're talking about media family. I'm sure extended family members are also so, you know, certainly impacted by this. And I think that's really important that as healthcare providers, you know, certainly we're offering the medical side, but we're also just touching bass, like how are you doing? How is today? Like, how was getting up this morning and getting everybody ready? And just like those simple questions, I think, are really important.

"msd" Discussed on DNA Today

DNA Today

04:49 min | Last month

"msd" Discussed on DNA Today

"Today are amber Olson and faith McGowan. Amber's the mother of a child with multiple sulfates deficiency, MSD is will probably refer to throughout this interview, which led her to found the united MSD foundation. Faith or other guest is a campaign consultant at the foundation backed by 30 years of experience in nonprofit fundraising. Thank you both so much for joining me on this episode. Thank you for having us. Yes, we're excited. Yeah, me too. So amber, tell me about your youngest willow. I want to know all about her. Sure, okay. So she is now 9 years old, just had a birthday when she normal pregnancy. When she was born, you know, didn't know anything was going on. When she was a little bit delayed whenever we went to the pediatrician, she would always be a little bit behind. But the doctors, she'll catch up. She's got older sisters, every child's not the same. And so, but the biggest thing for us is she's never spoken. So she was non verbal. We had her adenoids removed. I thought maybe it was hearing, and then when she was two, I went back to the doctor and I was like, it's got to be something else. He referred us that pediatrician referred us to a neurologist. The neurologist, it took about three months to get in and he looked at her and he's like, she looks okay, but like he knows her thumbs, and then I said, you know, I feel like she's starting to have balance issues. She walked like Frankenstein. She walked and ran and crawled and everything. But she was starting to have some balance issues. And he heard regression. And he was like, okay, let's do a genetic test. And found because of its deletion on one side. It's auto recessive. The deletion on one side found the multiple sulfur taste deficiency. The HTML one gene. And then did a confirmatory test and I did a biochemical test and everything. So yeah, so that's kind of how we figured it out. Yeah, I'm sure that's like such a short explanation. I feel like for what sounds like it was years.

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"msd" Discussed on DNA Today

DNA Today

02:08 min | Last month

"msd" Discussed on DNA Today

"Best 2022 science and medicine podcast award. We are honored to defend our title for the third year in a row. Thank you, listeners. An astonishing get this 5.7 million people voted in the podcast awards this year. So it truly took each and every one of you for DNA today to win. And I have to say it was perfect timing to close out September, which marked a decade of DNA today and our 200th episode huge shout out to sponsors who make the show possible. I was able to mention a few of them during the acceptance speech, but I was limited to 90 seconds, so I could not highlight all 40 plus. So listeners, make sure you check out our sponsors page at DNA today dot com. So you can get all the details and deals there. But anyway, I wanted to thank my team so much for all of their hard work over the years. Thank you, corinne, Amanda, kajal, Sanya, ash, and megha for all of your incredible dedication to the podcast. You guys listeners here, my voice, but these are all the other people behind the show that if it wasn't for them, this podcast would not be able to happen, especially on a weekly basis. It's kind of crazy how much work goes into each episode. I've counted before, I would say it's probably about 15 hours of work that goes into each half hour episode that we have. But it all comes back to you listeners for supporting us for ten years now, and for this award, it's a people's choice podcast award. So thank you so much for choosing us and tuning in, especially for those of you that do it every week. It really means the world to me. Sometimes I feel like this podcast is very one sided, so it is just really cool to get the recognition from the podcast community and you guys as the listeners for showing up and nominating and voting for us, it really means a lot to us. So thank you so much. And if you're listening to this, you want to congratulate us, head over to social media. We actually just changed our social media handle. So now all over the place, it's at DNA today, podcast. So we've updated our social media so you can head over there and congratulate us if you want to connect. And also feel free to

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Why Happened When Assange Was Holed up in Ecuador's London Embassy

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:11 min | Last month

Why Happened When Assange Was Holed up in Ecuador's London Embassy

"Roth is here who is an attorney for some people that went to go meet with Julian Assange journalists and lawyers that were then spied on walk us through that. So he's in the Ecuadorian embassy. And then the equity embassy. Let me just make one comment on what you said. Even if my argument is, even if Julian Assange actually told these people to go out and get bad stuff, that's still not a crime. That's what the press does every day. But let's go to the embassy. Let's go to the embassy and that'll come out. And what I'm concerned about there is any investigative reporter who set the way with the lower perspective. Or in that part of the need that letter, that's not illegal, but let's go to the 5 case in particular. By corruption, but I think it's just being with between the press and investigative reporting and someone taking information Manning and Snowden did. So what would happen was while he was in the MSD for 7 years, people went to visit him. People went, his doctors, his lawyers, his friends, his colleagues, and when he went into the embassy, they had a protocol. You had to actually give the embassy security your following your tablet, your laptop, everything you had had to go to them before you walk in to meet Assange, which sounds okay. They don't want any kind of tip we're going to vice ver everything. That makes sense. So what we learned from a litigation in Spain was that the embassy wasn't just holding your cell phone, your tablet, your laptop, while you were in meeting, they were imaging it. So they literally imaged the entire. Phone laptop of people that went in and think about the Ecuadorian government did that. The equity overall, here's what happened. The Ecuadorian government hired a company called UC global. UC global had essentially formed became essentially an age of the CIA because what this UC global employee started saying is, listen, why am I doing this? And we have affidavits at UC global people saying, why am I doing this as setting it to Washington? Why am I imaging it? So you can watch it.

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When the Media Attacks Trump, They Attack the American People

The Officer Tatum Show

01:14 min | 3 months ago

When the Media Attacks Trump, They Attack the American People

"I understand that you may not like a political opponent, right? Okay, I get it, okay? CNN, MS MSD and C, all of them are going to report a negative story about a person they don't like. I get it. But they didn't just do that. They're posting their posting lies about a person they don't like. They can't just talk about Donald Trump's tweet a misspelling or something he did in his tweet. Maybe he said something looked the wrong way, ate too much ice cream in one serving, whatever they want to say about him, that's based on facts I can understand. But pillaring the Russian collusion stuff, when Don, what's his name? I would say dumb. It's not Don lemon. I forget though the ball hit black dude they cried on election night. What a weenie. Vernon Jones, there it go. Van Jones, not very, not Vernon Jones. Vernon Jones is our friend. Van Jones, Ben Jones was caught by a project veritas in the elevator. Where they had mentioned the Russia, he said it was a nothing burger. But he's on CNN every day talking about Trump is so deplorable and he should be ashamed of himself, but yet he said it was a nothing burger. And when they attacked Trump, they're not just attacking Trump, ladies and gentlemen, they're attacking the American people. Why? Because Trump is standing proxy for the American people.

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"msd" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

04:08 min | 3 months ago

"msd" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"These people can't even pretend as if they're doing a fair investigation. Even if Trump was to do something wrong, y'all are definitely partisan and political in the investigation. Why do you say that mister Tatum? How are you at this point? After the phony, Russia investigation involving the FBI Carter page, the fisa warrant after all that money that the taxpayer paid for you to investigate a fraudulent fake claim against Donald Trump. You now end up in another situation where you're having to escort a FBI agent out of the headquarters. He claims that he abruptly resigned. Why are you resigning? You are politically biased. We've seen it on the guy social media. I think his name is tybalt. Tim timber or something like that. Jim Timberland, one of the names. I got to look it up. I see it in my mind. He's completely biased. You can not have biased individuals investigating anything. When I was on the police department, nobody heard what your political statements were. You did not come out political on your social media. They tell you. You can not post certain things on your social media. Why? Because you're representing the police department. If you want to talk crazy on social media about whatever political topic you want to speak about, you have to remove all affiliation with the police department. So in my bio when I first joined the police department, I had that I was an officer with the Tucson police department. You can't go overtly about religion, about politics, you can't talk about cases because you are a representation of the police department. At government agency, how are we still having these problems? I wouldn't care if this was Obama. If you are fraudulent, you should not be investigating anybody. And let's go back to Mar-a-Lago. I read the affidavit, and it's incredibly concerning to me that it seems like a lot of the evidence that they got was based on a lot of it. Some of the evidence they got was based on news articles. Can somebody explain to me how breitbart and local news article is subject to evidence, they took what cash Patel said in a breitbart article, they took some other reporting from an article and they used that in an affidavit for a search warrant. How is the news any news article? Conservatives are liberal. How is that an evidence in a case? People fluff stuff all the time and give biased opinions. What are we even doing here? I just can't believe this stuff that I'm reading. They're not even trying to hold back on. They literally spied on American citizens with a fake fisa warrant. They bugged the Trump hotel. What is happening? And they want us to believe that our justice system is fair and balanced and then these people are fake. They're trying to trick us out of our position. And I think I think it's time that we consistently expose these people. You know, Donald Trump, what they've done to Donald Trump is just, I'm dumbfounded. I understand that you may not like a political opponent, right? Okay, I get it, okay? CNN, MS MSD and C, all of them are going to report a negative story about a person they don't like. I get it. But they didn't just do that. They're posting their posting lies about a person they don't like. They can't just talk about Donald Trump's tweet a misspelling or something he did in his tweet.

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"msd" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

03:23 min | 3 months ago

"msd" Discussed on Security Now

"Then. No. Microsoft essentially said that yes, these sorts of files are indeed unsafe for users to download and receive, and they should not do that. But don't worry, our email client outlook, which, as an aside, has recently been crashing so badly for many users that it has been unusable, but that's a different story that we'll get to in a minute. They said, our email client outlook blocks these by default. Consequently, despite Microsoft's assurances, two and a half years ago, today, we have CVE 2022, 34, 7 13. Identified as a critical zero day remote code execution vulnerability. And this is exactly what that is. Which they said, oh, no. This is what we wanted. Okay? Okay, since that was finally fixed this month, this last week with August's patches. It would appear that Microsoft's position on allowing attackers to execute their code uninvited on a victim's Windows machine has since changed. And not a moment too soon, though about two and a half years too late. And of course, many people were hurt in the meantime. This leverages this CVE leverages Windows support diagnostic tool. And it's not the first time an MSD T bug has been exploited in the wild, just this year. We previously talked about this. This bug allows remote execution when MSD T is called using the URL protocol from a calling application. Typically, for Microsoft Word, so perhaps Microsoft missed that other way to invoke this very dangerous diagnostic feature wasn't just outlook, word could do it too. Now there is even worse, this is exactly the kind of thing those evil call center guys do. They would say, oh, you know, we see you have problem on machine. Please launch diagnostic tool. Yeah. That seems sensible, doesn't it? Please. What good possible possibly go wrong? They're trying to help me. Yeah, so it's exactly as you're saying, there's an element Leo of social engineering to this. Because a threat actor would need to convince a user to click a link or open a document. Yeah, that means we have nothing to worry about. Because all users are smart and they would never click on a link or open a document that they weren't supposed to. Even if their mother sent it to them, or because their mother sent it to them. Anyway, okay, recall that we were also just talking about files downloaded from the Internet being tagged with what I love this, the MOT W, the mark of the web. The idea being that this would cause windows to refuse to proceed or to at least issue a pop up warning.

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Why Did Meghan McCain Block Todd Starnes on Twitter?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:57 min | 4 months ago

Why Did Meghan McCain Block Todd Starnes on Twitter?

"Chad McCain was a conservative. How dare you? Oh, really? Well, why would he hire a leftist like Steve Schmidt to run his campaign? Steve Steve Schmidt, the founding member of The Lincoln Project, a former McCain campaign manager. Also, a political analyst for MSD and C? That's exhibit a let's talk about exhibit B Nicole Wallace. A former senior campaign adviser, she was the one who handled Sarah Palin. She was the one responsible for literally bludgeoning Palin in the back with a political knife. And what is she doing now? She's one of the lady host on MSD and C. But the real reason she blocked me is because you see, we have a mind like a steel trap. Here at the Todd stern's radio program, ladies. So we don't forget anything here. And that's why she blocked me. You see, misses Dominic, Meghan McCain. Misses Dominick, she blocked me because I reminded the nation about her daddy's most egregious sin. Would he betrayed every single one of us. He had the power in his hands to kill ObamaCare. And while the cameras were rolling on C-SPAN, what did he do? He looked up at that C-SPAN camera, and he put his, he put his hand in the air. With his thumb exposed, and then he did the big thumbs down. A big blank you to America. That's what he did. All I was doing was asking misses Dominic to explain her daddy's political strategy. But you see, this is what the establishment thinks about all of us. You vote for Donald Trump, you're an irredeemable deplorable. You vote for Donald Trump, you're a Neanderthal.

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As Fox News Goes, so Does the Republican Party

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:44 min | 4 months ago

As Fox News Goes, so Does the Republican Party

"It's very clear to me that the Republican Party is going through a an evolutionary evolutionary process, a metamorphosis that they are shifting on the culture issues of the day. Are you beginning to see this? And I'm going to give you a clue. The clue is Fox News channel as Fox News goes so goes the Republican Party. Now Fox News channel over the past 5 or 6 years made a radical shift to embrace the LGBT movement. And to elevate the LGBT movement. And so if you want a job at let's just say you go to a Christian school and you want to be a journalist and you apply for a job at Fox. You are probably not going to get that job. And the reason is very simple, because they have partnerships with the national association of gay and lesbian journalists. They have associations with other far left journalism organizations, and so those organizations are funneling their people who are not journalists. They're activists into the newsrooms and the TV shows of Fox News channel. And that's why you see it. Fox News and just I want you to step back and think about this. Only one cable news channel has a paid transgender activist on their staff. It is not MSD and C it is not CNN. Crying Negro network. Thank you judge Joe Brown. It is not newsmax. It is not what America news. It's Fox News channel. And they celebrate that. They celebrate their diversity.

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"msd" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:52 min | 4 months ago

"msd" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"So he was never going to get a fair shake, especially in the second term. And it just would have been better if a different candidate had run. Trust me, I'd love Trump. I love what he did for the country, but like I said, he would probably be better and more effective if you could just want to done and then just throw it off into the sunset. Look, I understand exactly where you're coming from, David, and I've heard that argument before. I wonder, though, if this is what the mainstream media strategy is, to basically where everybody out, just with the constant barrage of negative stories flat out lies about Donald Trump and they want to wear everybody down. I agree. It's their strategy, but unfortunately it works on 90% of the people that don't tune in. And I'm aware enough to know that it affects them. I hear from people that work, I hear them say things that are ridiculous. The Trump did. And then he said that I know her flat out lies. But then their heart, they honestly believe it. Oh no, they do. And I hear from conservatives, again, last night got all these text messages from people freaking out. There was a report from axios about ten Republican lawmakers who met with the president. A December 21st, and the whole point was to was to pressure Pence to overturn the election. There's absolutely nothing wrong with it. There's nothing criminal about that, but they're making it out as if this was some sort of a vast conspiracy. It's not. But the average American, David, has got so much going on that they're not paying attention to all of the details. They're getting the headlines and it's not from CNN MSD and C, they're getting them from ABC CBS and NBC. That's where they're getting all of this Trump hatred, and they just buy into it, hook line and sinker.

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Caller: Trump Should Have Been a One & Done President

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:52 min | 4 months ago

Caller: Trump Should Have Been a One & Done President

"So he was never going to get a fair shake, especially in the second term. And it just would have been better if a different candidate had run. Trust me, I'd love Trump. I love what he did for the country, but like I said, he would probably be better and more effective if you could just want to done and then just throw it off into the sunset. Look, I understand exactly where you're coming from, David, and I've heard that argument before. I wonder, though, if this is what the mainstream media strategy is, to basically where everybody out, just with the constant barrage of negative stories flat out lies about Donald Trump and they want to wear everybody down. I agree. It's their strategy, but unfortunately it works on 90% of the people that don't tune in. And I'm aware enough to know that it affects them. I hear from people that work, I hear them say things that are ridiculous. The Trump did. And then he said that I know her flat out lies. But then their heart, they honestly believe it. Oh no, they do. And I hear from conservatives, again, last night got all these text messages from people freaking out. There was a report from axios about ten Republican lawmakers who met with the president. A December 21st, and the whole point was to was to pressure Pence to overturn the election. There's absolutely nothing wrong with it. There's nothing criminal about that, but they're making it out as if this was some sort of a vast conspiracy. It's not. But the average American, David, has got so much going on that they're not paying attention to all of the details. They're getting the headlines and it's not from CNN MSD and C, they're getting them from ABC CBS and NBC. That's where they're getting all of this Trump hatred, and they just buy into it, hook line and sinker.

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In the Spirit of Transparency, We'd Like to See Some of Liz Cheney's Texts Too

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:12 min | 1 year ago

In the Spirit of Transparency, We'd Like to See Some of Liz Cheney's Texts Too

"MSD in ceased efforts did any CNN or New York Times staffers did they bother to send text messages to Joe Biden or Kamala Harris or Nancy Pelosi asking them to tell the BLM thugs to stand down? I'd like to see I'd like to see those text messages. And shoot for the in the spirit of transparency, I would love to see Liz Cheney the daughter of Dick's emails bashing Donald Trump. Let's see all of those. Let's see why she despises Donald Trump so much. Let's see those emails. I mean, if in fact, we're going to have this conversation if you're going to go after Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham and Brian kilmeade, then you know what, let's have that conversation. But they don't want to have that conversation. And the reason why ladies and gentlemen is, this is all about stopping Donald Trump from running in 2024. And if that means sending Mark Meadows to the brig, then they're going to do it. If it means shutting all of us down and shutting down social media, they're going to do that. But we can't let them we can not let them get by with this. We just can't. We've got to take a stand.

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"msd" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"msd" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"At CNN and MSD and C and all before I was exclusive here to Fox I would be like the conservative And I would do some Secret Service stuff and security stuff over there And Brian stelter I'm hearing is having a meltdown the coffee boy over at sea and I guess he's very upset Brian stelter as you know for many years was the gold medal winner in the dopey media head Dan bongino talking head Olympics He had the gold he had the gold He was firmly entrenched in that spot He was the dumbest man in media And you know it's moved around chuck Todd had the silver for a little while he's since been demoted to the bronze But joy Reid had made a really a spectacular run and his managed to dislodge Brian stelter from the gold slot Now stelter's the silver So I'm hearing rumors that he is really upset about that That he wants to be forever known as the gold medal winner in the dopey media talking head Olympics So he's making a run at it by saying stupid things Here's one of them quickly Imagine being this guy Brian stealth to hear talking about the quote reality based media The reality based media he's talking about himself by the way There's the network that promoted the collusion hoax that's now led to multiple criminal prosecutions right You promoted the Hunter Biden emails where Russian disinformation hoax right You promoted the horse pace hoax You promoted all of these different hoaxes imagine that right You promoted the Joe Biden his programs are gonna cost $0 despite the fact that we need to tax the rich folks And then you go on your show and talk about being the reality based media And you don't do it with any sense of irony at all Imagine being in this clown Jimmy he's traded hard buddy He wants that goal back He's out there Jim you know what we need Do you have the chariots of fire Oh the rocky two.

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A Rave Review for the Morphe Continuous Setting Mist

You Beauty

01:25 min | 1 year ago

A Rave Review for the Morphe Continuous Setting Mist

"The molefi. Continuous setting missed. I've spoken about this. I've recommended it before his eighty he loved movie. I don morphine. Morphine more v. It's twenty four dollars however murphy always has specials and it lost. It's just like a lot of the times as setting spray is a spray. Yes this is a missed. Like like a d yoder and our hairspray hoping the finest myst- off needs to be fine. It's just great and really makes you make up stay. I was gonna say the one to stay or the one to hydrate a little bit of both. I would say with i love. How juicy capes me looking because you can use it chops throughout the day as well but it definitely helps you makeup style and you can either use it just as a normal person would goes. Are you missed. But i did see on tiktok and are tried and all really effective you completely secure beauty blender with the mist and then you press the beauty blenda into your skin with the sending msd on it and it was way to do it to left me really glowing as well and it didn't move anything which i thought was quite and so then you had to touch up on top of that could you or is it. Said it's not one of those ones. You hate oh absolutely everything everything could ever use. Remember those days. One hundred percent us to do not have the worst skin

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"msd" Discussed on Gugacast

Gugacast

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"msd" Discussed on Gugacast

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"msd" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"msd" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Could receive a one time credit from 2 $500 each on LG any and their water and MSD bills. We're headed now to the nation's capital. That is where we check in with the Supreme Court. They've dismissed cases over whether former president Trump unlawfully profited from his businesses. ABC is Erica too risky since he is no longer in office. The Supreme Court saw no point in hearing cases that claimed former President Trump's businesses violated the Constitution's emoluments clause. It's an anti corruption provisioned meant to keep a president from conflicted loyalties. The Supreme Court's dismissal leaves unresolved the question of whether former president Trump improperly Profited from foreign governments when they booked rooms at one of his hotels. Business owners in Maryland in Washington, D C. Claimed they were deprived of business so foreign leaders could curry favor with Trump. Aaron Kotowski, ABC NEWS New York and the flurry of executive action by President Biden continues today, including one focused on by American ABC is Karen Travers is in Washington with the latest President Biden today signs an executive order aimed at boosting the amount of federal spending that goes to American companies, in part by making it harder for government contractors to buy goods that are not made here in the US, This was a key part of the president's campaign pitch to working class voters. There are rules in place governing how taxpayer dollars can be spent how much foreign product can be purchased and how many foreign components can be brought to the U. S. And assembled here. This executive order is aimed at closing loopholes and cutting down on waivers to get around those rules. Karen Travers, ABC News Who's Washington? You're next news updates at noon I'm Will Clark news radio A 40 wh s.

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"msd" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"msd" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Station. Good morning. It's 10. O'clock. I'm Will Clark News radio A 40 wh s our top story. After the House votes to impeach Donald Trump for a second time during his tenure, the president, short term future and long term legacy now rest in the hands of the Senate, which will conduct the trial portion of the process. How will the GOP controlled upper chamber vote? Maybe see, chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl says it may all ride on what majority leader Mitch McConnell does. If McConnell would actually go forward and vote to convict. I think there is a very real possibility that you would get 67 votes overall in the Senate to actually convict him by that two thirds majority. Trump is accused of inciting his supporters last week to attempt an armed takeover. The U. S Capitol. With the inauguration of Joe Biden just six days away, ABC FAITH a booby in Washington says after 20,000 troops are expected in D. C. Authorities tell ABC News they're monitoring up to 10 events organized by demonstrators, some calling this a week of siege. BBC Faith a booby, with continuing coverage, the second impeachment of President Trump generally in ABC News. We're back in Louisville, where a man accused of killing his parents made his first court appearance on Wednesday. 49 year old Thomas Hatfield was arrested on charges of murder in connection with the deadly shooting Sunday at the home on Margo Avenue. Police say Hadfield admitted shooting and killing his parents, Thomas and Janine, He had a handgun on him. When he made his confession. Hatfield lived at the PRP home with his parents, and according to police, they had a significant history of domestic violence. During the arraignment, A judge kept Thomas Hatfield's bond and a half million dollars Whole miles. News radio 8 40 W H. A s Starting on Monday, A section of Cherokee Parkway will be out of play for a month stretch of the parkway between Grinstead Drive and Willow Avenue will close January 18th for a month. For MSD to repair a sewer line repair work will take place underground inside the pipe. They're replacing a 72 inch diameter brick sewer line that was built in 1900. Damages found during a routine inspection with the Comprehensive Sewer Line Rehabilitation Program. We're heading now to Indiana that stayed announcing another group of residents eligible to get the Koven 19 vaccination. Previously the minimum age to receive the vaccine in Indiana was 80. There are currently 148 vaccination sites, including at least one in each of Indiana's counties. Meanwhile, the Health Department reports 3686 new cases and 59 new deaths, raising Indiana's death told to 8790 the positivity. Rate rises to 16.1% the 10th straight day in the Red Zone. I sth has updated its weekly covert risk scores, putting all but 19 counties in the high risk red zone. Suzanne Duval News radio 8 40. Wh A Yes In Kentucky. The state has moved to phase one Be. That means vaccines are open to law enforcement and teachers. Most school districts hoping to get their teachers vaccinated by the end of the month and into the first of February. That would be a big step towards getting kids back into class rooms. Staying on the topic of covert 19. There is yet another covert variant to be concerned about a B C's Tom Rivers is in London with the details. First, the highly contagious UK mutation was discovered, then a different one from South Africa and now a third from Brazil. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says We are concerned about the new Brazilian variant, and that's why we're we've already We already had tough measures as you know, to protect this country from new infections coming in from abroad. Prime minister has not announced the UK ban on travel from the South American country, but instead promised that border controls were enough. At this stage, Tom Rivers, ABC News, London and coming up today at noon, we're going to hear from Mayor Greg Fischer. He'll deliver the state of the city address that is typically delivered in person to the downtown Rotary Club, but because of covert 19 Hill deliver it virtually this year. Your next news update is a 10 30. I'm Will Clark news radio A 40 wh s now.

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