18 Burst results for "Malang"

"malang" Discussed on Jogo Bonito

Jogo Bonito

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"malang" Discussed on Jogo Bonito

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"malang" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

Habits and Hustle

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"malang" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

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"malang" Discussed on Museumspodden

Museumspodden

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"malang" Discussed on Museumspodden

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"malang" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"malang" Discussed on WDRC

"R C W SNG and W. M. M. W Welcome back to the large large and show my guest and I'm so anxious. I've been so anxious to talk to him or looking forward to it. James Records who's the author of the new Great Depression, winners and losers and a post pandemic world. He has a history and in tax law, and also in working for some fairly large financial institutions, So he knows his stuff You left off by describing here is New York. The vaccine doses delivered and then as usual, and from my point of view, the government being completely inefficient, couldn't run a Popsicle stand. They can't seem to get the vaccine to the people who need it, and it's literally going to waste. Where do we pick up from there? Well prison that that's exactly right. And then, But beyond that you mentioned earlier that it was maybe not as contagious as we thought. Well, the contagion date has moved up and down because we had more testing and found out you know more about the population generally, although it is Contagious enough, but There's a new strain. It's here. It came out of it were first identified in the England and South Africa so called the English strain. If you want to. It's now in the United States. It's going worldwide. You can't stop it. That is much more contagious than what's called the Italian street. The Italian strain which came out of Milan. It all started charging me Don't don't get me wrong and I'll start it will haunt China. But it's spread East and west on it went west into Malang profession week and then came from Italy to New York on Ben spread around the rest of the country. So that's the Italian stream. But now we have this English string, which is more contagious. So we have data on that. That's clear and with more contagion come more fatalities that fatality eight. Isn't necessarily hunger. It's too soon to tell. But the number of fatalities is fire because the number of cases yes, treatments are better. We've we've learned that ventilators don't work. This Bentley was a good for certain things. But not for this that people were dying for the ventilators. But what you need is oxygen. Um Which is different. You don't need to pump you just pure oxygen into your lungs, and then you can still breathe. But But now the other thing this is a mutation and some mutations are harmless is part of the genome that doesn't affect this spread of the virus. But some mutations are extremely dangerous they make they make the contention rate higher on can make the fatality rate higher. But the bigger question is, does the new mutation eyes that still subject to the vaccine? Does the vaccine work against the new mutation? Too soon to tell. Hopefully the vaccines to work. That the virus is this A just wants to kill you. So the virus continuing mutation, something called mutation escape. And that's when it mutates in such a way that the buyer that the vaccine does not work or if you're if you recovered, the antibodies don't wear That's the most dangerous of all that has happened in test pandemics that happened in the Spanish flu in 1918. The second wave was far worse than the first wave. They didn't even have a vaccine then, but they were still You know, this is subject to these mutations that made the worst. So we've got that confronting us, and we're heading into another recession within the Depression. Because the lockdown policies so it's hard to see this getting better until may have the earliest best case late 2021 early 2022. Wow, but I'm talking to James Records. Ms. Records his author of these, the author, most recently the new Great Depression, winners and losers in a post pandemic world. I did intend to circle back to the economic side of this But is is anybody making the case? Do you think that you're making to the people making decisions like Governor Cuomo, Governor Newsome of California? They don't have to do it to run two Santas. He seems to understand it already. But to start to tell these states, I understand the state level decision. And and yet nobody seems to be effectively making the case. Hate. Start the economy back up, Get it going as much as you can protect the people who need to be protected. Get them the regular routine treatments. RAM Desert here whether it's the monoclonal antibodies, which I guess are going begging. Now the overproduced at this point, but get the economy going because, especially with a pandemic still going are still a problem. We got him. We got to generate the income in the wealth that actually pays for all of this stuff. There is a group making that case. It's a powerful group. It is doctors, clinicians, professors, medicine immunologist epidemiologists. There's something called the Great Barrington Declaration. It's you Can Google it just Who will you know, Great Barrington Declaration. You'll find it right away and a group put it together and publish it, But they invited their colleagues to sign on like you could just sign that. Sign your name. I'm saying I agree with this. Thousands of doctors and again experts have signed on to this was started by a group one of whom is professor medicines. Stanford University's This is not some fringe political group. Whatever that these air the top people, they know a lot more than Then Dr Fauci, believe me, so so that's out there. But the question is, is it getting through to the politicians? I mean, they can his powerful science and I've decided some of it. And this Great Barrington Declaration has more their new studies coming out all the time. They say the same thing. But Try doing it on Twitter or fucking. You'll get censored. You'll get canceled. We'll put a stick around your tweet because somehow you're not nearly the sun, will you? Actually you are following the science. It's just not the science that they want. They want the lockdown Science, which is Very thin and very weak s O. The politicians don't know any better. They're doing what they politicians have to be seen to be doing something even though they don't know what they're doing, which is correct. They just want to do something for show, you know, you know Andrew Cuomo. Gretchen Whitmer. Gavin is from all these governors over the country are you know they're putting on a show, but they don't know what they're talking about. They're relying on a small sliver. You know, you know what I feel saying? If you're a hammer, everything looks like a nail. Well, if you're in if you're in immunologist, everything.

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"malang" Discussed on NOT YOUR ORDINARY PODCAST

NOT YOUR ORDINARY PODCAST

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"malang" Discussed on NOT YOUR ORDINARY PODCAST

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"malang" Discussed on Celtics Beat

Celtics Beat

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"malang" Discussed on Celtics Beat

"There aren't many people with the team right now. That were here during that timeframe. Tell. You that type of detail on his. I mean I'm thinking. Jeff Twists Dwayne Jeff there just. Aren't that many and then we're talking about sneakers here. We're not talking about like. A player who wore number six or seven right exactly. Yes, something that you can find on the Internet. Yeah, it's not something that I mean twenty years from now. Thirty years from now is going to remember what sneakers Kemba Walker was wearing. Let alone whoever that player might have been good have been a player at the end of the bench. Who knows but I just? Just don't know of anyone that has that level of detail in there needs to be able to remember who wore those? You're going to have to turn into Brad Stevens. you watch film I mean at least the size sixteen might now. What's the average shoe size for an NBA player on I? Don't know, but I would guess. It's probably somewhere around there maybe like. Seventeen somewhere in there. I can't tell you the number of times. My wife has been like. Why don't you just throw these out like you're never gonNA thick. It's like what they these could be Eric Montross sneakers. You think I'm just In here's the thing is that if you do happen to find out shoes, those are yeah. They need contract that being down, and then you can get it done. This is what I'm saying. Dive into the film you gotTA. Take the project on if it means that much to you I. Assume. I mean. I, I have nothing but time. I randomly have won at Chris Joseph. Shoe, which is Nice Celtics Syracuse overlap that we have going on here. I I may have acquired that you in a different state of mind but I had it in the back of my car. One morning I didn't really remember how it got there Evan. Are you accused guide absolutely all right I'm from I'm from upstate new. York I'm from near them? Accuse or fan I didn't go there. But Quick Chris Joseph Story so when he was with the Celtics. We went over to Malang. We walked into the court and from one of the Games and there was this group of people who are all wearing syracuse stop. This is Italian people. That were wearing Chris Joseph. Syracuse, Paraphernalia, I was standing there with him and I was A. Did you see this over here and he's like I didn't know the Syracuse. Fans were were over in Italy but yet. Regularly Watch out on the court. Their Chances Name and a bunch of people at Syracuse Jerseys on in wearing orange hats, and I'm like. Where did this come from? I did not expect this from from Italy. I didn't know syrupy a thing over here. I appreciate everybody rapid at thought that makes me feel good. GotTa, get that orange out mark. We're going to let you go, I. Don't have it in front of me once the first preseason game at this point. Riday, so we can't call them preseason games. Okay, yeah, or re restart exhibition game. What? Yeah? What scrimmages? What do we call? The Celtics Friday at five thirty against Oklahoma City, and then they'll be back at us. Sunday afternoon, so got a couple of them coming up for the weekend live basketball..

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"malang" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

07:36 min | 2 years ago

"malang" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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Is Astrology Antithetical to Christianity?

The Astrology Podcast

09:34 min | 3 years ago

Is Astrology Antithetical to Christianity?

"College became so popular in the ancient oral and everybody believed that astrology for the most part but he believed or the majority of people believe that astrology was legitimate phenomenon and they also there was a heavy belief in astrology was very intertwined with the concept of fate and predates termination and the idea that astrology would tell you something about your fate and about your future and in some versions of astrology it was much more deter monistic than it is today in the late twentieth early twenty first centuries that things were viewed as much more deterministic or much more fixed when you're looking at your life through the lens of astrology and I feel like that's maybe true to some extent of traditional astrology as well would you say that's like an accurate statement or may be overstating the point I think they would overstate astrology of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance I certainly from my research and reading and in that period read it seems like there is a sense that the charts especially in in terms of charts of questions but also in nativities as well it it was essentially presentation of the path of Least Resistance if you do not do anything these are what your predictions are this is what could happen if you don't any if you don't make any effort to avert a possible disaster but that again that depends based on the particular right her as far as how much of a hardline determinist they're going to be which actually gets really interesting when you get into the Protestant reformation the sixth at the sixteenth century where there is a growing rift between stripes of protestantism with John Calvin and his successors is going very hard in the line of determinism while at the same time repudiating astrology and you have Martin Luther and his right hand man Philip Malang Ben who was an astrologer arguing much more in the direction of more autonomy more free will more synergistic participation with in the in the salvation project so that becomes a really tangled line of inquiry that's not quite so easy to suss out as much as we would probably get to be at least At least the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries by that point in history sure definitely an even in the hellenistic tradition there were certainly practice says like election astrology or you've even applications of Magic to astrology which sought to make things less deterministic or more negotiable in that goes back probably to the mess Petitjean tradition even with the existence of like perpetuation rituals and the idea that there were things you could do to eight or avert your fate or what have you so that certainly existed but at least in the early hellenistic tradition it was also coming out of the backdrop of stoicism being a very popular philosophy from the third century BC to the first few centuries C E and that was like a a cosmological view in which everything in the world everything that would happen in your life was predetermined to happen you know at the very least from the moment of birth there were certainly some astrologers who held like hardliner extreme stoic views like Manila's examples one of the most famous or to a lesser extent invidious Valentine's and others like that so that certainly and that was like my main way of approaching this is just realizing that there was a deterministic a fully deterministic approach to astrology in the Hellenistic period around the time that Christianity arose and that that may have interacted in interesting in sort of weird ways that we don't realize today because astrology is so just not deterministic at this point in time right I think that determinism of any form has become extremely unpopular justin in general culture which you know has has certain ramifications I think the way that we practice astrology today as people whose practices are informed more by classical philosophy by the philosophy entity in the techniques that urged from that philosophical that philosophical period within history so it's certainly something that those of us who are adjacent to the traditional revival the revival of traditional astrology in the West should maybe spend a little bit of time thinking about closely and I'm sure that this is something that most people coming into this strategy at least spend you know thirty minutes on on a lonely night thinking about at least I would hope so thinking about what specifically thinking about the the fuel level of determinism that is baked into strategy. Yeah I mean that 'cause that's always been one of my contention is that NATO astrology the basic premise of natal astrology to some extent is deterministic because in the premises that the alignment of the planets and other slush bodies is at the moment of your birth have something to say about the nature in the course of your life put it like at the most simple basic definition that's always been my basic initiative natal astrology which I don't think anybody would argue but that definition of itself almost as imply that there's something perhaps about your future that might be you might have a preview of at the very least from looking at birth chart rent. Yeah Yeah Yeah the way that I've come to talk about this and I think of chart almost like a piece of sheet music right you give a prelude to three different pianists and they'll all play the same notes in the same rhythms but they'll each have a very different interpretation of the peace and it will sound different and have different and feel based entirely upon the situation the context in which that piece of music is played so you give one to adjust the pianist and you'll get that version you give another to classical pianist you'll get that version you know I think it's very similar with nativities you give one person in a tizzy that has Jupiter in the ten thousand Sagittarius and they become a Hindu Rishi in the that they grow up in India and that's their path but you give that same chart to somebody who grows up in Italy they turned into the pope right it's not the same fate but it is kind of the same theme its variations on similar themes at least that's where I've landed on this one Sure Yeah I mean does that because I think that was so would I noticed in my studies of ancient astrology in ancient philosophies religions was that that seemed to be one of the main points of dispute between astrology and Christianity at least in the ancient world was the issue fate in the issues Predetermination because the logically the idea of of having a free will of sore was really important in Christianity for D aren't reasons right why why is that theologically well it depends on the theological stripe your coming from in some stripes of reform armed with the ideology humans do not have any say whatsoever and whether they're actually saved or not free will is an illusion and this would be the heart health and him exactly a hardline calvinism suggests that God has already decided who will be saved and who will not be saved and there's nothing you can do about it right but that's sort of like a sort of weird but let's say a not common view in terms of Christian theology. and it's not a common view in terms of Christian theology but it is a view that does become significant in the development of late renaissance astrology especially in England because William Lee of course when he's writing he's very involved in the political and religious climate of England during the seventeenth entry and the Stripe of Christianity that is in power during that time it skews towards deterministic calvinism oh that is something that I think enters the picture at a certain point but I don't think it's the majority opinion of of historic Chris Janati for sure historically Christianity has made a strong case that an individual needs to be able to participate with God in their salvation vis-a-vis the exercise of free will choosing to choosing God whatever that means don't get too into specifics or into the weeds here but yeah that exercise of free will is important I think in the classical Christian articulation of how Salvation Works and what the mechanism is but I don't think that it's I'm not quite ready to say that that in and of itself precludes there being some kind of external influence upon bring them to a point where they have the opportunity to exercise that free will

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"malang" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"malang" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"To eighty lobbying with chastity Bano Bono. Eighty one to one hundred Ellen Degeneres considers you radical. Wow. Ellen was out. I guess then haven't heard anything about chastity. Or bono. Yeah. She transition Chaz jazz that's done. Did I did, I think and then kind of dropped out? I somebody tweeted me, listen, Malang song, you You know. know, we're never going to get this time back again that time where if someone was a teen star the had the singer song or someone who's popular they had to sing a song, and was it team. Gotta let it out. Yes. I never would've thought about that again for the rest of my life. She must've been fourteen a workout video. She was also prime balding, Brian very badly sexualize very young age, like this thing of, like will will just put her in cycling shorts and a sports bra. And then we'll ever lie down and do scissor-kick on her side. And it's kinda like okay. I think this is a kind of sexual thing. I don't know how much robotic exercise thirteen year old girls really need. I would say just walked to school and plays volleyball. You don't really need to full Jane Fonda never thing. I remember once being. I remember once being at, like a blockbuster video or something, and I was the head the whole Jane Fonda thing again this is like pre internet porn or you know. Yeah. And so I remember at some point in the Jane Fonda series. D video number five is like four pregnant women, and I was like a blockbuster like held it up. The guys go. What kind of sick fuck feeds off to pregnant women? He said, I think so workout video okay that come on. It would do that. Who would do that? Yeah. So listen, Milana was fifteen years old. And it also has a bit of that thing that we talk about. I don't think I think most you keep going. Why is Alissa Milano so angry? She had this great life of privilege and she's angry. And then I started to kind of drill down on it, and it was like, why was David Cassidy of horrible alcoholic and why was rosy this way? An and why was Ellen that way because anytime you try to stuff somebody into a happy mode or pop idol mode, or Cyrus? Right. Right. It more it gets infected festers pushes out, weird negative way like it just doesn't work. So you have David Cassidy just singing like pop bubblegum teen teeny pops. And he wants to rock, like, Jimi Hendrix, and now, so then we sit around and we go, you've made so much money you'd never worked at Dane your life..

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"malang" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"malang" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The one two way inside that one almost hit McNeill votes saves that one. So from two to two and two you do, I think you like to try to see if McNeil will chase because he is such a free swinger. But even McNeil's not going to swing it. Either of those pitches. Two two. Three runs in the Mets have taken a six to three lead the pitch on the way. Mcneil bounces it foul on first base side. Be the twenty fifth pitch at getting Milan-San. Giants bullpen bullpens, quiet. This is his inning to get through. The two to is rep pass belt into right? Veal basit. My goodness another rocket. That's scores. Regard is seven to three mats. It's all just unraveling on Malang here. From June to another scorching line drive off the bat of a Mets hitter. The ice. Want to out and the night hitter of the inning comes up at a match JD Davis and it can't be a good feeling when you're stuff's just not working the way that you want it to work, and you're out there. It's you got to figure it out. A four run eighth inning one in the seven four here.

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"malang" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"malang" Discussed on ESPN FC

"I don't know if you happen to see the news, but AC Milan and some trouble this is from BBC AC Malang face a European ban over alleged financial fair play breaches nine months after a previous pension was overturned. Oh, so yeah, they could be in in some deep, but Marcos Paulo. I take your point. We do not talking about Italian football. But when the return of Maura, my favorite Italian crime drama when that comes back. Oh too many fictional characters. I can't get behind something that. Mm. So keenly aware of already water cloud killer Rockwell. I don't know if you all have audible, but for the month of April you can download the beautiful game by Hannah Walker Brown where she tells the story of Jeff Astle and CT. It's great listen. So Jeff Astle was the former West Brom an England striker who he was his body was zoomed after. They believed and he he struggled with dementia. Alzheimer's, they they're trying to relate that to his career of heading football on. So that will be really interesting. He's there's a whole foundation that does a lot of research into this garett drum. I'm just wondering if you guys also have that weird feeling Liverpool is going to get it done from their true grit at the end of games. They're winning the league they'll probably win the Champions League to and it will probably be over Spurs in the final. That is my nightmare. I would love. I would love the podcast, wouldn't you? Now, here's why I'm conflicted. If Tottenham wind up in the final the Champions League, it means like I've probably experienced some of the greatest soccer moments of my life along the way only for money when all be wiped away if they went if they wind up playing Liverpool in the final and Liverpool obvious will will win because Tottenham just ask themselves every time they play Liverpool. I think the podcast will have to end. I really don't think I'll be able to continue. So that's what's steak wanted poor attitude. You have one of the worst. Well, the horrible attitude finally Bob Duggan Hoogly I like to discuss some accidental sex education on your pod a little while ago. I'm only writing now that the situation being resolved thought you'd be interested in the tail I listen to your podcast in the car often. What my son's there's your first mistake. Well, no, not the missionary one day after pickup from school. We were listening and one of you mentioned that. Four four four four two is the missionary position of soccer formations. I heard this and took a quick look in the mirror to see my son's reactions, but it appeared that they weren't paying close attention. We're reading books instead crisis averted and the need for the talk of hurted are. So I thought hours later my nine year old asks what's the missionary position? I told him I was making dinner would expand later just buying myself time a more than a little hoping he'd forget to keep my wife from finding out it'd be exposing my son's to accidental sex education play sports journalism. I had to think of something to defuse the situation. I briefly considered lying kind of like a false nine before imagining some coach someday asking my son, tell him his soccer position of choice. A my boy innocently eagerly answering missionary I even considered some elaborate soccer historical scenario were Christian missionaries to South America and Africa ball bibles and the back four to. Isn't lands who knew nothing of Jesus are compact defense, but that to seem to be more damaging than the alternative is what I meant for what it's worth. So we've discussed age-appropriate version of the truth little earlier than expected at fifty one. I'm still waiting for my dad to give me the talk. So at least I'm ahead on that score. Thanks..

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"malang" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"malang" Discussed on Caught Offside

"I don't know if you happen to see the news, but AC Milan and some trouble this is from BBC AC Malang face a European ban over alleged financial fair play breaches nine months after a previous pension was overturned. Oh, so yeah, they could be in in some deep, but Marcos Paulo. I take your point. We do not talking about Italian football. But when the return of Maura, my favorite Italian crime drama when that comes back. Oh too many fictional characters. I can't get behind something that. Mm. So keenly aware of already water cloud killer Rockwell. I don't know if you all have audible, but for the month of April you can download the beautiful game by Hannah Walker Brown where she tells the story of Jeff Astle and CT. It's great listen. So Jeff Astle was the former West Brom an England striker who he was his body was zoomed after. They believed and he he struggled with dementia. Alzheimer's, they they're trying to relate that to his career of heading football on. So that will be really interesting. He's there's a whole foundation that does a lot of research into this garett drum. I'm just wondering if you guys also have that weird feeling Liverpool is going to get it done from their true grit at the end of games. They're winning the league they'll probably win the Champions League to and it will probably be over Spurs in the final. That is my nightmare. I would love. I would love the podcast, wouldn't you? Now, here's why I'm conflicted. If Tottenham wind up in the final the Champions League, it means like I've probably experienced some of the greatest soccer moments of my life along the way only for money when all be wiped away if they went if they wind up playing Liverpool in the final and Liverpool obvious will will win because Tottenham just ask themselves every time they play Liverpool. I think the podcast will have to end. I really don't think I'll be able to continue. So that's what's steak wanted poor attitude. You have one of the worst. Well, the horrible attitude finally Bob Duggan Hoogly I like to discuss some accidental sex education on your pod a little while ago. I'm only writing now that the situation being resolved thought you'd be interested in the tail I listen to your podcast in the car often. What my son's there's your first mistake. Well, no, not the missionary one day after pickup from school. We were listening and one of you mentioned that. Four four four four two is the missionary position of soccer formations. I heard this and took a quick look in the mirror to see my son's reactions, but it appeared that they weren't paying close attention. We're reading books instead crisis averted and the need for the talk of hurted are. So I thought hours later my nine year old asks what's the missionary position? I told him I was making dinner would expand later just buying myself time a more than a little hoping he'd forget to keep my wife from finding out it'd be exposing my son's to accidental sex education play sports journalism. I had to think of something to defuse the situation. I briefly considered lying kind of like a false nine before imagining some coach someday asking my son, tell him his soccer position of choice. A my boy innocently eagerly answering missionary I even considered some elaborate soccer historical scenario were Christian missionaries to South America and Africa ball bibles and the back four to. Isn't lands who knew nothing of Jesus are compact defense, but that to seem to be more damaging than the alternative is what I meant for what it's worth. So we've discussed age-appropriate version of the truth little earlier than expected at fifty one. I'm still waiting for my dad to give me the talk. So at least I'm ahead on that score. Thanks..

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"malang" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"malang" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Hey, Dr Liederman were back. We are back. We're talking about a woman who came to me. She's eighty years old. She was born in New York City. She has voluble medical problems shows thyroid disease has a bone marrow from called polycythemia VERA, which means her bone rose. Mickey too many blood cells just high blood pressure diabetes and nine years ago. She had a left breast lumpectomy for cancer and shed treatment and hormonal therapy. And she. He was treated in the five boroughs did. Okay. And she's been followed by Dr. For her multiple medical problems and their doctor found Najah in the long, and they put a needle in the long, and they didn't get an answer the nachos growing. And it's pet scan positive. It's increasing size and shed new scans and her doctor got new cancer markers. You got to see a twenty seven twenty nine which was elevated at fifty three and her doctor apparently never told her that her cancer marker for breast cancer was increasing while I was sticking the Neto tour lung and missed the tumor seems she's an ex smoker. She quit smoking two years ago. I mean today seventy eight showed a pet scan last year that showed a one point five centimeter mass and recently chose a one point eight centimeter mass Kenner cancer markers jumped up to fifty three normals up to about thirty five or c a twenty seven twenty nine. And we talk a lot about cancer. Markers because they help you. And they help me and your doctors and your staff and your family know, more about what's going on. This woman had a breast cancer. And now, she's Najran Malang this entirely possible. Even though they tried to put a needle in the tumor and apparently missed it. But most likely this is a cancer. It's very likely to be a cancer spread from the breast to the lung. And this is the work that we do every day. This woman had breast cancer treatment of the one of the local places, and that seems like it was just not successful that cancer cells spread and examined her and her lungs are clear. And so some people laugh all the doctor says everything's ok well, you can't see or hear with your own eyes or years a Najah will in the long that that size. So that's why we often get other testing to see what's in the body. So it has growing. Mass and the cancer marker from the breast cancer this rising after history of breast cancer. And this is work. We do in fact often we don't even do a biopsy. If you have a patient known cancer and rising markers, and yet she had it in her lung collapsed, by the way that other big facility her lung collapsed, and he's like the needle in. So they stuck a needle in. They did not get an answer for the cancer and the lung collapse, which is always bad news is always painful and apologize about that even though I had nothing to do with it. But this is the work we do. And that's why she came to us. Can we treat this lung cancer this cancer traveled? I believe from the breast the lung and yes, yes. Of course, this is the work, we do and all the other hospitals, and doctors and facilities wanted standard treatment one doctor stood up and say, there's a better way of treating for example, this mass in the lung and this eighty year old woman. Why would she want part of her lung removed? At age eighty which you could have non invasive treatment radio surgery pinpoint treatment where we send thousands of beams into attack the Kansas laying a table like a like your bed. But we make.

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"malang" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"malang" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Garden, and I'll hear from Panthers starting goaltender in this one Roberto Longo he talked first about what it meant to get that victory last time out of bounce back for the Panthers. A good one for us. Feel good about our game. The last three games so to get on the winning side here. But. Keep that momentum around last game. And keep on the same way. Harden? Try to limit them. You're on the rink when when you're winning games professional, and it's important to become every day and part, and you still we're still living the dream playing in the NHL. So we got to take advantage of that. And then. Serious every day. And then blasting what's it been like for you this this last little bit kind of having multiple under your wing a little bit. And then being able to just kind of help Malang here as he gets his feet wet in the NHL. It's it's exciting for him. And for me, it brings me back days when I started. So we're just trying to help them out as much as I can talk to them and keep them. As even keel as possible, you know. Always had a couple of puffs starts recently. So I wanna make sure that has had as rice bought when he gets his start that he's ready to go and enjoy. Panthers. Goaltender Roberto Longo right there Panthers. Get this one talking there at the end about what it's been like for him takes him entrepot under his wing a bit. Here is the season has gone along and Montalvo ten games played this season. And he'll back it up Bertel along for this one today in Boston Geico, goalie matchup Geico, Saint Pete money on more than just car shirts. Wealth of the Panthers Luongo is going to play his first game of the.

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"malang" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"malang" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"She got basketball coming up tonight. Closing out the regular season in the NBA. And you got a whole lot of baseball sixteen games today. And tonight, we'll check in with Kevin Mela from the major league baseball network. He'll join us coming up in a moment. Robert Griffith junior the third or G three. The ravens backup quarterback is gonna join us in the final hour of the show. But there was a moment. And then not a moment that's not fair to him. But there were there were like two or three years where in certainly that rookie year with RG three where we were seeing what we thought was the changing of the quarterbacking guard in the NBA the NFL, you know, he was a Pro Bowl quarterback. I remember there was a moment when he made the turn. And he was playing on a might have been a Monday night game. But he took the turn. And then just went up field. And you just went well, I mean, he had track speed legitimate Olympic track speed and he was an accurate passer. But he you know, he had to couple of moments where he was taking on defenders. And he got hurt you know, with Cleveland had happen. I remember where he would scramble, and you know, he would take he got knocked down had a concussion. I think with the falcons, but at that to me was the biggest issue that I saw with RG three is he didn't protect himself, and he wasn't a big guy. Yeah. Pulling his rookie year. He was sixty six percent passer, which isn't very common for rookies. Thirty two hundred yards twenty touchdowns and only five picks his stats were fantastic. Kevin Millar major league baseball network analyst won the World Series. With the Red Sox? Four MLB network airing twelve consecutive hours of live opening day coverage you can watch Kevin and Chris rose co host intentional. Talk weekdays at five eastern throughout the season. And we welcome back. Kevin malang. Kevin good morning..

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"malang" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:52 min | 3 years ago

"malang" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"He's holding the line for America. Buck Sexton is back. You heard of helicopter parenting? Right. That's when a parent is always right there hovering in the background or over the child when they're doing their homework and next to the child of the playground and hose, making sure that everything's okay. Now, let me just say I have no parenting expertise because I do not have any children. So many of you listening know much more about this than I do. But I'm just a guy who reads a lot and have some thoughts, and I've certainly read about helicopter parenting, and I'm familiar with it as a JV soccer coach, I came up against some helicopter parents who kind of wanted to tell me how much playing time their son should get. And like, no, no, no. That's not how this goes. This is not this is not yours. Oh, this is not your lane. I know you think that little Bobby ORR. Little TIMMY is the best player on the team. But he's actually lucky to be other team lucky. So how it got parenting is a known thing. But in the aftermath of this school admissions scandal, there's a whole new paradigm of over parenting is called being a snowplow parents Johnny ever heard of this before that's pretty funny. So you have. Oh, never. Yeah. Okay. So a helicopter parents in the background trying to make sure that, you know, little Bobby your little TIMMY, or whomever. You little Suzanne. They were named Suzanne these days little Susanne. That's sounds like she's selling craps unsecured smoking a cigarette. I'm only twelve with I smoked a cigarette. And I am missing part of my left knee from all of the very tough life. I leave. I don't know Suzanne for some reason got me thinking French. Okay, snowplough parenting, so helicopter. Parents are they're always hovering to make sure that they will help with any property disaster. Snowplow parents of the next level. This was in the New York Times of the weekend. It's when the parent goes ahead of the child to clear all of the possible obstacles out of their way. Here's some affluent mothers and fathers are like snowplows machines chugging head clearing any obstacles in their child's path to success. So they don't have to encounter failure frustration or lost opportunities taken to its extreme. That means bribing SAT proctors and paying off college coaches to get children into elite colleges and then going to great lengths to make sure they never face the humiliation of knowing how they got there. End quote. I mean, this was really some of the examples they had here are are pretty incredible of kids who have no coping skills. They cannot cope with anything when I get to school because the parents are snowplow parents and have made all issues problems concerns. Go away. Here's here's one quote once came home because there was a rat in the dorm room, some didn't like their roommates others said it was too much work, and they had never learned independent study skills. One didn't like to eat food with sauce her whole life her parents had helped her avoid sauce calling friends before going to their houses for dinner at college. She didn't know how to cope with the cafeteria options because they were covered in sauce, another parent call to find out what the menu was at the cafeteria. So she could make menu selections for her daughter because she couldn't handle the choices, folks. This is crazy, right? But this is a real thing snowplow parenting. I lived in a house in Georgetown at one point. And I didn't realize at the time. But I was because it was it was a house was kind of by level of a split in two and the top of the house in Italian family of very very wealthy actually, very famous Italian family moved in. And I lived in the basement because I was a poor government stooge in little basement dweller like like little angry troll under the bridge. Actually, add a lot of fun. They're a lot of times. But the upper part of the house where it was very beautiful a nice this wealthy Italian family liver, and he was a freshman in college and he'd come over from Italy. He was attending Georgetown University. And his mother was living full time in this house. I mean, she's from Malang and she was living in this house fulltime with him, and he's a freshman college. And I remember one day, you know, I saw them outside walk it in. So I kind of tried to engage them a conversation. She said, yes. But my son the he'd done the like the food here. So I am a here to cooking the food all of his emeals I cook the food, and I was like you're living. First of all your son can't leave in the dorms. You've bought a you bought the top part of a house or rented the top part of a house, and you're cooking three meals a day for your son here because he doesn't like the food at college. Your son is going to get a lot of wedgies is what I should have told. But the kid was a little punk, by the way, a total brat. But that's no plow parenting that next level. And it does bring up I think that for a lot of people. They don't they don't understand a lot of whether it's individuals or parents bruises scars failures shortcomings. These are important when we say things, I could give you character. That's not just lip service. Failure is an essential part of being a well adjusted. Consider it decent human being failure is necessary. In life disappointment is necessary in life, and parents you try to take that away from their kids are actually robbing their kids of critical growth opportunities and also endurance. You. Gotta learn to take it on the chin in this life. My friends, I know you listened to show. No that but some of these snowplow parents, they do not know.

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"malang" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"malang" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"So how about boomerang now is being? No, boomerang was good. I think that he had was Terrel was it life little. No, no, fuck me movie. What movie was that? Also, great as where he was. Supposed to be like as most as it was like one of those where he's like the adventures of Pluto Nash. Yeah. That was it. That's the one that he was a tiny guy inside his head running. Eddie rove burpee robot. No. That's something else. Another shitty movie. What was that? So right after Pluto Nash fail, which I don't think I've ever seen or known about. I spy also remember that was after Pluto. Angela. Yeah. I got to look that up. There was one movie where I watched it with my parents and my dad by the end of it goes, let's walk out. Eddie Murphy movie. Okay. Look highlight. Of course, Shrek the donkey. Amazing job as the donkey in shrinks, and as moosh you in Malang. Remember, he had a TV show. Stop motion puppet show called the PJ's. That was really that was really that was really good. But that's really it's from the strikes. It was good. Actually, I kept saying life as a bad. I liked life. Life was with Martin Lawrence in prison, and they get old together. They get convicted of a crime. They never committed. So yes that was two thousand two that's when his career in the shitter when he was doing the Dr Doolittle films. No two thousand. Pluto dish the box office was seven million. Oh budget was one hundred mil. Oh, Jesus that only made seven billion. Yes, that's bad. That's like. Leonard part six. Oh, that's was that Bill. He went in kids. Yeah. He did the mansion for Disney. He had kids feel like he wanted to do family movies. Yeah. So, but no just be filthy and just wrong. Again. Eddie Murphy, politically incorrect. Heist was going to be his comeback. Yeah. Right. Right. Right. I remember watching that. And I was going to be a big thing. 'cause that cast was crazy Brett Ratner, directing Ben Stiller. Eddie Murphy, Casey Affleck, Alan Alda, Matthew Broderick, John her. How would you feel if your Eddie Murphy? And like you tried to you just can't make anything working kind of say unless you're a cartoon unless you're donkey, Eddie Murphy, Shrek, I love Murphy. I love Eddie Murphy do nineteen. He's brilliant. When he was nineteen years old these fucking genius comedy fucking genius. So fast could work the crowd like nobody I've ever seen. It's fifty years old now, he's also. Yeah. Just a little younger than Keanu. Yeah. John wick review on the patriot. All right. That's it for the show. Anybody have a get your shit together nominee to close out. Nope. Eddie. Comedy do stand up. We'll get your shit together. Get it all together and put it in a backpack all your shit. So it's together. I I agree at get your shit together. Let's get back to just some straight. Stand up. Eddie Murphy now is a father matured stand up. I right now comedy so dead. You know, what's funny is my sister six now to become like a Brown Muslim woman stand up comic like now. But that's also what kind of pulls apart from the crowd is the fact that she is a abroad level insulated because she's got that. When you call intersection -ality. Yeah. I've read that Netflix is really pumping money into comedy. Oh, yeah. Because they're cheap to produce. And they bring a lot of yours. If you get the right. I mean, how much does it cost to shoot these specialty just shoot a bunch of concert appearances cut it together. There's no writers that guy. They don't they pick one which is the real the special. Not necessarily. If you watch the Adam Sandler one you see several different performances that he's put together. I I watched the shoot those are from the same spot..

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"malang" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"malang" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Malang? He took the sole blame for the law says it's on him right over there. The heck wasn't a strange sound. Better than ranger gain. Matt. With first interview last night. Okay. Doug Peterson though with some support for his White House is eastern of a player and. Brace it, you know, obviously. But and you'll be better for you guys. See this video at the eagles put out of Doug Peterson. What he does at the end of last year. Actually, I never seen that before we watch this last they appear go get some ice cream. Right. Scream for got some ice cream waiting for you. And they had like fifteen different types at the same exact way. A lot of times. It's got some ice cream melting my gear in a hurry up. It was so ridiculous. I'll see fight in retweeted. But he's got one more day to watch here and we've got some ice cream waiting. Megan the kids happy. He sells it every time. The first time. You guys got my screen waiting for you watch this. Some reputation as far as Nick foles goes maybe his last game is an eagles not worried about that yet just bummed about. So far. That is you know when it's over. It's over. But you don't I don't regret anything, you know, always put his candidate developed relationships because that's what makes it strong team. And he does have the mutual option on his contract for next year. Eagles have five days after the Super Bowl to exercise it then falls gets five days to decide on his end. Should they exercise? We'll see what happens the saints move forward. The host next Sunday's NFC title game against the Rams rematch from week nine where New Orleans beat L A forty five thirty five at the Superdome in Foxborough patriots. And chargers traded early touchdowns. And then the pats imposed there. To be without them in slot left inside.

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