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"medical guide" Discussed on Radio Boston
"Let's take your questions so we have to guides a medical guide and travel guide to have this conversation with us. Our medical guide is dr natasha. Howard associate professor in the department of medicine at boston. University school of medicine in the department of epidemiology at the boston university school of public health. She is also the program director for the infectious disease fellowship program and here's the important one also co director of the travel clinic and an infectious disease physician at boston medical center. Lots of expertise there also. Joining us is christopher mu third. Who is the travel writer and columnist for the boston globe. I want to welcome you. Both dr hockberg welcome. Thanks so much for having me. Christopher welcome thanks so much pleasure be here so excited to learn from both of you excited to take listener calls on this christopher. I'm going to start with you. We are seeing more air travel travel across the nation. We just heard some numbers for here in new england are more people traveling now. How many more and where are they going. Well i i have to say. I'm still picturing myself with a tropical drink after you're right hard time focusing right now on area area but yes people are traveling Far more than they were I mean obviously last year at this time and altered the spring and summer of last year. The tsa is now screening pretty regularly more than a million travelers a day which you know a few months ago would be unheard of and as you mentioned it is spring break and so you have people were going to florida in families going there and then you have people who are just frustrated I feel like we all are and Hopping on a plane and going to see family members. There they're going to amusement parks Which is you know is surprising to me But yeah it's it's people are taking to the road. There's most most of the travel has been domestic. And dr hockberg have thoughts on this as well but most of it has been domestic and to the caribbean which are kind of the easiest places that Us citizens can travel to right now so listeners. Are you making travel plans like are you booking something right now or are you thinking about it. Is it for spring or summer. Are you waiting until you're vaccinated. You have questions about that. where are you going. And what steps are you taking that. You normally wouldn't take to be safe. Eight hundred four two three eight two five five. That's eight hundred four to three talk now..
"medical guide" Discussed on The Daily Article
"I am not a medical doctor. And i am not offering medical advice in what follows but i hope the research i curated in. Today's article is helpful. As you consult with your physician and make your own decisions regarding the vaccine. Only we learned this morning. That french president emmanuel macron has tested positive for covid nineteen after experiencing symptoms and will get himself for seven days. He joins a host of world leaders. Who have tested positive for the virus since the pandemic began americans are experiencing more corona virus deaths than at any prior point in the pandemic at the same time the vaccines that have been authorized for use. Raise a host of practical issues in recent article. I explored the question of abortion related to the pfizer and moderna vaccine's. I'm convinced that life begins at conception and abortion is wrong for more go online to read my paper. What does the bible say about abortion however the consensus of medical researchers and evangelical ethicists is that neither vaccine contains material obtained from aborted fetuses while both used cells from the h. e. k. Two nine three t fetal cell line in the testing process we cannot know of this line originated in the nineteen seventies with an aborted fetus or a miscarriage. Since the records have been lost evangelical ethicists. Note that even in the worst case scenario using this line which no longer includes these original cells does not endorse abortion any more than the apostles endorsed the roman government by using roads. It built to spread the gospel for today. Let's discuss several practical questions. You may be asking as you consult with your physician and decide whether to receive a covid. Nineteen vaccine when one is available to you given the size and scope of this issue. I will offer brief answers to the following questions along with links to articles written by professionals in the field are the pfizer medina vaccines safe to healthcare. Workers at an alaska has developed concerning reactions. Just minutes after receiving pfizer's cororavirus vaccine this week. One was back to normal within an hour. The other was hospitalized and is set to be released today. The hospital said both workers did not want their experiences to have a negative impact on others. Lining up for the vaccine officials emphasize the requirement that recipients remain in place for fifteen minutes after getting the vaccine protocol which ensured that the women were quickly treated a physician named kevin fam- rights. I for one eagerly await the chance to immunize myself to both protect myself and to prevent myself from being able to contract and transmit the virus any further. He explains that the speed at which the vaccines were developed was attained by cutting the slack while maintaining rigorous safety precautions and he notes that in a vaccine group of twenty one thousand people. There were only four adverse events related to the virus of which were transient since both vaccines use. 'em are innate technology which has never been used in vaccines before some wonder if they should trust them. The cdc explains that this technology has been studied for decades the vaccines utilizing it do not inject viral material rather they give instructions for ourselves to make a harmless piece of what is called a spike protein. The spike protein is found in the surface of the virus that causes covid. Nineteen when ourselves received the vaccine. They make this protein then removed. The m are any instructions our immune system recognizes that. This bike protein is foreign to us and builds a response that produces antibodies. Then if we are exposed to the covid nineteen virus. We have antibody protection against it. Four cases of bell's palsy have occurred among thirty eight thousand vaccine trial participants however. This is half the typical incident rate of bell's palsy in the general population leading researchers to conclude that these occurrences were not related to the vaccine. The us surgeon general stated this week the vaccine does not cause autism. A video circulating on social media wrongly claims that some covid nineteen vaccines include microchips. That allow the government to track patients in reality. Some syringes could contain optional chips to show when the vaccine does is expired or counterfeit but the optional chip would be on the syringe label and would not be injected into the person nor would it allow those receiving the vaccine to be tracked in any way who can take the vaccine safely in response to my earlier article on the vaccine. A reader noted that she has a family member with a severe inability to detoxify and wondered. The vaccine would be safe for her. She also noted the question of persons with autism. Again i am not offering medical advice and encourage you to consult your physician as you make such decisions however on the website version of this daily article. I can point you to a medical guide regarding those who can take the vaccine safely. It notes that the vaccine has not been tested on those who are pregnant or lactating it points to the cdc's extensive guidance regarding those with allergies and notes that the pfizer vaccine is not yet authorized for anyone below the age of sixteen since studies with his age. Group are not complete. I would add that. The autism society is urging the autism community to be vaccinated as distribution becomes possible. Will we be required to take a vaccine. A radio interviewer asked me yesterday. If i thought we would be required to a covid nineteen vaccine when one becomes available to us. My answer is that we do not yet know. If the government employers or businesses will impose such mandates and civilians employees and customers. However i agree with three evangelical ethicists who right from a moral point of view. It is important that individual conscience not be violated. Individuals may have personal reasons for temporary or indefinite refusal. Perhaps a person might wish to see better long-term evidence for example or might delay vaccination so that more vulnerable members of the population receive. At first they add if mandates are widely issued legal cases in defense of conscious rights will almost certainly find their way through the courts. I'm confident that we will return to this topic many times over the coming months for today. Let's close with paul's prayer from philippians. One nine three eleven that your love may abound more and more with knowledge and all discernment. So that you approve. What is excellent. And so be pure. And blameless for the day of christ filled with the fruit of righteousness that comes through. Jesus christ let's pray for knowledge and all discernment every day to the glory of god. Would you consider sharing this podcast with a friend family member or co worker in order to help build a community of culture changing christians for listening to the daily article podcast today..
"medical guide" Discussed on Pantheon
"Them all how many would be on my bookshelf but I've gone through so many and I just love him. So the fact that I got to read your book over the last couple of weeks has been amazing. But I'm always amazed at the details that go into it. Some kind of just interested in the how do you go about your research in an organization of a book like this? What was it like this? You had to become a in how to combine the qualities of A. Detective with an archaeologist innocence because token about events new. Half a century ago. So. I mean like you said, like you said so I'm in a room here which is surrounded by books about the Beatles. The most Retina boot bind in history. A. When you come to project you have to ask yourself to salient question, cody, which is s does the world need another another Beatles. And the. So of some fantastic jake. Some blow books and great pieces of walk I guy to evaluate. Taken very seriously the seediest skull us and these binds seemed to attract that level of scholarship from people so I pushed it with the view. First of all with it being ninety, six eight when I did it for the up vessels book was the Wind McCook new book as John Lewis. Would always looking for diversity. moments, you can attach something to so I took the view. Look at nineteen, sixty, nine through the prism old half a century. And perhaps using not. So not ideal of being a local detective and piece together all the elements from nineteen, sixty nine. And almost diety form Codeine obergefell diagnosed. With then people can people can then definitely de. Video sections the of more appealing to. So I thought if you could stitch together a nominative. Month by month non-active looking events happen in specific months. Then by during that, then you're compiling this. Through the entire year and by doing so you hopefully producing some kind of cohesive whole end of. You're such. I always say I Quixote Yoho by different get lost in translation. To an appeal to you. I just I've always thought that the Beatles the music is the music, but the story of the binders is really compelling essential for people. If you if you're a good story, then the beat told really the uninvited and not an aspect for being just a fantastic story on it so. I completely agree and I think that it's for me anyway for some reason, nineteen sixty nine seemed to be the year that for whatever reason I knew the least about and I'm curious did you find that? That was that you uncovered some things that you were like you didn't know going into it as someone who's studied the Beatles allowed. The idea of the idea of a sensuous at not to try and uncover some mystical revelation but to try a to try and peel by the layoffs. And you? Don't you to do this with any credibility. Court was to try and speak to people who ended binds ORB at that same either professionally of passionately because the problem with a bind like the Beatles is stories, become legends and legends become mets nine job to try dive down into the weeds died down into the the tangled roots of the owner Katya ends trying set three fight from fiction notably do that with the speech people. So what for me it was interesting was to be able to speak to people who were witnesses to history. Again. They've taken events because the problem is. There's been so much mythology attached to the bind. Nobody's it's only natural understanding of Paul, McCartney and Ringo. Starr can't remember key points of the past and what chance to see. Historians House executive. Approached it with a view to speak to people I spoke to testified people Ed, for example, men who? Would ended in Twickenham studios foaming alleged be Ed Don. Rushton. Medical Guide who stayed with joining Yoku through much of nineteen sixty nine. Yeah. A guy who is involved with the the get piece of John's so and when I spoke to these guys, why did find cody was they even after all taken even for a guy who you've laid everything that you can still cheese oh, fantastic stories. Yeah. I took the view the these stories when to. Than perhaps. Show. Because of the Mnuchin me they might be interesting for the people who who, who, unaware of absolutely. Yeah. So that was the challenge. goal in Saints Chine but something new to the table as not some mystical new revelation. You know I mean even even today you hear things like the secret recordings were gonNA continue after nineteen, sixty, eight I don't believe. Thanking. Will maybe come onto the Pizza Jackson, the be. Challenge and not was a goal I think. biolog- a monster tool of. Yes occupied here? Yeah. I I don't I. Don't know if there's another book that I've read. That's been this month to month linear. And I kind of want to jump into that. So it's opens in London obviously just cold London in January and The kind of. Right. Away goes into that the recording. Let it be in the obvious infamous rooftop concert on three Seville road. And What are some details that our listeners might not know that kind of took place behind the scenes that day without giving away the key takeaways from that he might get if you read the book. Yet. Important thing was just the the the. Assembled. avengers assemble the Beatles assembled and. January second ninety-six today to begin what on what would eventually become led to be that tape was cold. Get back at unofficial important here to apply some context to depleted I, think that's important. Thing here is context. Because they had not long finish the grilling stations for the way album when she's ever been able knew it is a double album and it took five months to call the way album. Remember how many songs over until maybe twenty sewn. And the really draining expedience. Here they wear west and two months later back in the studio in the context is this. Event Diagram Cody if you imagine Van Dyke on if we can go back to when described as. You can imagine van dig-. On. With the Beatles in the middle of. John Lennon Paul McCartney Joe China's Rangel stop in the middle and shooting off in various directions of these diagrams. Diagrams can consist of a issues business issues. Pass no issues and simply maturity issues. But the coin cakes is by the time they arrived bite in the studio. I should save Paul McCartney's behest. They were professionally a passing away exhausted liberal judge drained. Copy foam account is he is relentless Workaho Hallway. He has an incredible work ethic. UNQ- arrive by mister domain. Music. Spoke to him. WHO PLAYS WITH? said. McCartney's tooting. Should you a bind in eighteen nineties and he told me music just poor? Help, he has almost like cups. So you know he would arrive with nine, hundred, sixty, nine yielded highest some great songs. Under the Beltway for example to be sticking. Woman Wayne. Lewis kicking island. Two of us. But the other three of suffering from capable only attainable leverage because the religious the restocked point where. The other things happening in the latest being toys, not necessarily for George George and Ringo we'll certainly for joining George the number one priority, but he'll you how. Sergeant Major McCarthy throwing them into late winning team. Because he thinks it's important to. Keep the bind going to maintain. Productivity and but it was difficult another three point because there's a say a dreadful lethargy had begun to ten for all sorts of reasons. There's I mean there's all these everybody's not going to be on the same plane creatively all the time. So of McCartney's doing that I mean who can expect to be able to keep up with that and you know they were obviously under a lot of pressure from the label I forget exactly what they're deal was, but they had to produce a certain amount of music every year so. Might not be challenging for Paul to do that. But then you're also going to have these egos coming in and that's a lot what you talk about in the book of. You know I wanNA have this song on and I think one of the interesting things that I noticed is the precursor to kind of what became the Abbey Road Suite was these combination of songs which they kind of started with. majorly with a day in the life, but then they really got into..
"medical guide" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"I had them all how many would be on my bookshelf but I've gone through so many and I just love him. So the fact that I got to read your book over the last couple of weeks has been amazing. But I'm always amazed at the details that go into it. Some kind of just interested in the how do you go about your research in the Organization of a book like this or with a big like this? You had to become a in how to combine the qualities of A. Detective with. An archaeologist. Innocence. You're token about events new. Half. A century ago. So. I mean, like you said, like you said yourself, I'm here which is surrounded by books about the Beatles. The most Retina boot bind in history. A. When you come to project you have to ask yourself to salient question, cody, which is s does the world need another another Beatles. And the unsold of some fantastic, Jake. Some blowy books and great pieces of walk I guy to evaluate. Taken very seriously the seediest skull us and these binds seemed to attract that level of scholarship from people. So I pushed it with the view of. First of all with it being ninety, six eight when I did it for the up vessels the book was that Wind McCook new book as John, Lewis would always looking for diversity of. Moments, you can attach something to so I took the view. Look at nineteen, sixty, nine through the prism old half century. And perhaps using not. So not ideal of being a local detective and piece together all the elements from nineteen, sixty nine. And almost, diety form Codeine obergefell diagnosed. With then people can people can then definitely de. Video sections the of more appealing to. So I thought if you could stitch together a nominative. Month by month non-active looking events happen in specific months, and then by during that, then you're compiling this. Through, the entire year and by doing so you hopefully producing some kind of cohesive whole end of moisture such I always say I quixote Yoho by different get lost in Translation Gio to an ideal you. I just always thought that the Beatles the music is the music, but the story of the binders is really compelling essential for people. If you if you're a good story, then the beat told really the uninvited in not an aspect for being joss fantastic story on it so. I completely agree and I think that it's for me anyway for some reason nineteen sixty nine seemed to be the year that for whatever reason. I. Knew The least about and I'm curious. Did you find that? That was that you uncovered some things that you were like you didn't know going into it as someone who's studied the Beatles allowed. The idea of the idea of essential at not to try and uncover some mystical revelation, but to try a to try and peel by the layoffs. Signed you speak. To do this with any credibility. Court was to try and speak to people who ended binds ORB at that same either professionally or personally because the problem with a bind like the Beatles is stories, become legends and legends become mets nine job to try dive down into the weeds died down into the the tangled roots of the owner. Katya ends trying set three fight from fiction notably do that with the speech people. So what for me was interesting was to be able to speak to people who were witnesses to history. Again they've taken events because the problem is. There's been so much mythology attached to the bind nobody's it's only natural understanding of Paul, McCartney and Ringo Starr can't remember key points of the past and what chance to see. Historians House executive. Approached. With a view to speak to people I spoke to testified people Ed, for example, men who? Would ended in Twickenham studios foaming alleged. Ed Don Rushton. Medical Guide who stayed with joining Yoku through much of nineteen sixty nine. Yeah. A guy who is involved with the coding gift piece of John's so and when I spoke to these guys, why did find cody was they even after all taken even for a guy who you've laid everything that you can still cheese oh, fantastic stories. Yeah. I took the view the these stories when used to me. Than perhaps a show. The MNUCHIN me they might be interesting for the people who Who who unaware of absolutely. Yeah. So that was the challenge. in Saints Chine but something new to the table as not some mystical new revelation. You know I mean, even even today you hear things like the secret recordings were gonNA continue after nineteen, sixty, eight, I don't believe. I will maybe come onto the Peter Jackson the be. Challenge and not was a goal I think. biolog-, a the tool of. Yes okay here. But yeah, I, I don't I. Don't know if there's another book that I've read. That's been this month to month linear account and I kinda want to jump into that. So it's opens in London obviously just cold London in January and The kind of. Right away goes into that the recording. Let it be in the obvious infamous rooftop concert on three Seville road. And What are some details that our listeners might not know that kind of took place behind the scenes that day without giving away the key takeaways from that he might get if you read the book. Yet important thing was just the the the. Assembled avengers assemble the Beatles assembled and. January second ninety-six today to begin what on what would eventually become led to be that tape was cold get bike at unofficial important here to apply some context to depleted. I think that's important. Thing here is context. Because they had not long finish, the grilling stations for the way album when she's ever been able knew it is a double album and it took five months to call the way album. Remember how many songs off until maybe twenty sewn. The really draining expedience. Here, they wear west and two months later back in the studio in the context is this. Event Diagram Cody if you imagine Van Dyke on if we can go back to when described as. You can imagine van dig- On with the Beatles in the middle of. John Lennon, Paul McCartney Joe China's Rangel stop in the middle and shooting off in various directions of these diagrams. Diagrams can consist of a issues business issues. Pass no issues and simply maturity issues. But the coin cakes is by the time they arrived bite in the studio. I should save Paul McCartney's behest. Professionally a passing away exhausted liberal judge drained. Copy Boma account is he is relentless Workaho Hallway. He has an incredible work ethic. UNQ- arrive by Mister Dole music. Spoke to him. Who plays with. said. McCartney's tooting should bind in eighteen nineties and he told me music just poor. Help, he has almost like cups. So you know he would arrive with nine, hundred, sixty nine yielded behind some great songs. Under the Beltway for example. To, be sticking. Woman Wayne Lewis Kicking Island two of us. But the other three of suffering from capable only attainable leverage because the religious the restocked point where. The other things happening in the latest being toys, not necessarily for George George and Ringo. We'll certainly for joining George the number one priority, but he'll you how. Sergeant, Major McCarthy. Throwing them into late winning team. Because he thinks it's important to. Keep, the bind going to maintain. Productivity and but it was difficult another three point because A. A, dreadful lethargy had begun to ten for all sorts of reasons. There's I, mean there's all these everybody's not going to be on the same plane creatively all the time. So of McCartney's doing that I, mean who can expect to be able to keep up with that and you know they were obviously under a lot of pressure from the label I forget exactly what they're deal was, but they had to produce a certain amount of music every year so. Might not be challenging for Paul, to do that. But then you're also going to have these egos coming in and that's a lot what you talk about in the book of you know I, WanNa. Have this song on and I think one of the interesting things that I noticed is the precursor to kind of what became the Abbey Road. Suite was these combination of songs which they kind of started with. majorly with a day in the life, but then they really got into..
"medical guide" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Welcome back to speaking of art on where Maria and now back to our interview how distinguished the turning gas sample the legendary rock and roll for manager and promoter welcome back Sam speaking of our American please read the the full day and America no one's getting there and no one in England got it out and got it I'm gonna go on the road and I'm gonna look England I'm gonna start it on hands and I'm gonna I'm gonna go up to the Firth of forth and find out what this place is all about yes you're completely not no one does that in Australia is a very American moment you're kidding I thought there'd be a I thought there'd be two million Paul Hogan's wandering around in the outback and you know going on the on the walk that doesn't happen notice that you notice that only in America America it has this kind of built in need to re invent it sell NH generation which I find not very advanced and that's what the router is not their own zone well that's what the Grateful Dead the Allman brothers and the band would do in a lot from nineteen ninety six the I threw about seventy six they reinvigorated a reinvigorated I agree and all things like re establish that and yeah I know my amazing energy was across the music is that you know so you had yeah Neil Young being installed and then you know then you just give me an alternate you know waited Alabama yes you know sweet home Alabama is it kind of all of your in thing and there was a dynamic involved it is a great you know she said you know creativity across the conjure saints would stop saying they they might control just saying the Lansing the staff was discussing the ally thing with the doors of great will you create your buddy happen in America but I was there fortunate enough you know degree that at that time but you know these things you know so why you that you ride as it were but it's also you know you got to pick the white that's a good step but I mean it's interesting because there are there are many great bank in San Francisco well I mean a one time body eleven bank right the company that I was wrong that's right but we can't be one great day that's what you know what Simulink something that I've talked about on the show briefly but you so definitely dead basically that search for the frontier is an endeavor that so many more I talk about it in the fine arts and I think we're in a dilemma right now how do you how do you make obsolete so many of your you know middle aged people and even younger with new technologies and keep them basically a day and keep them from the economy where do they go where's the west where's the frontier where is the Midwest and it to employ these people to grow so we're in kind of a crisis right now so what you're talking about is the British invasion basically handing back the American psyche in a way it's it's overall arching philosophy in finding the frontier and you were there at that time well I mean I think I think you're right I mean the thing about the autopsies you know right being music whatever it is a certain modicum of courage is given below the courage of the sixties was the courage of the internal expiration of the musicians that room well I mean LSD it should not be underestimated the effects in the contribution the estate had to the general level of creativity that was going on so it was a lot it was the lot number of the twentieth century in a way with people like to Quincy or PA or anybody else yeah but you see that the the you know get on a bus in cross in America right with the message all of the internal journey you know I mean is that is that buying the site you know the the the the journey is the destination thanks for your answer journey the experience of searching in this massive wonderful countryside cold America that experience in of itself right there's a medical guide inside and explore in one cell in this I think with the federal what the festival express was was all about Sam and a you know in the in in the beautiful documentary festival express the came out I think in three two thousand three captures Jerry in the others looking out the open cars at.
"medical guide" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange
"One hundred and forty four thousand unimmunized dragging babies Joe. They're breathing measles. That's what the fire-breathing is. It's not locust kissed. It's fire babies terrifying a heat. This so like I said. There's no access to birth control or PRE OR POST NATAL. Care for the women that are expected to just pop out illiterate fire-breathing. Jersey no big deal. I can donkey. What how many babies did they have? They had Shrek and donkey dot have babies Dragon Their Yari. So people did become ill. The elders or shepherds would go to the person and see if there was anything in them that they needed to quote. Get out such as passenger vans fair but Jesus take care of those such as confessing their sins such as impure thoughts insubordination would be sick. All the time could be causing illness. If someone was ill they would be allowed to use in most areas. Some of them. Don't even let them do this Holistic practices from the commune's Medical Guide and they would be prayed over. I am so not okay with this. And I watched an interview where there's like a holistic treatments for like pre-clampsia and genetic disorders if a baby comes out yet it's no keep in mind. I said current LE- that there are not okay so they would be a lot easier listrik practices and they were not allowed to seek outside medical care and less in some of them. It was at the point of extreme urgency or danger and was approved by the elders. By that time it's too late. Usually F that no one former member recalls having issues during pregnancy and was not allowed to seek medical care when she went into Labor. She kept insisting that something was wrong but was not allowed to ask for any help until it was too late once she was allowed to access a midwife. They were not able to detect a heartbeat. She was still forced to deliver and the baby was taking away immediately. Once they returned to the community they were told that it was their fault and something that they had done made. God take the baby away. I HATE THEM HAIR. Getting to the fun stuff. A fun is used loosely. So everything is went into God's hands and he is expected to quote come through and if he didn't it is your fault at not. No no no no no no she of multiple women who either miscarried or lost a child during delivery but claimed it was treated as a normal occurrence and that the couple would be punished for the loss to the and the children that are born or brought into the community in most cases are home schooled looking to rebecca who I. I've okay with your home schooling yes I obviously. It was much better than my public. Schooling don't even go there. And they are generally made perform extreme manual labor such as working in the fields or the quote factories. So a lot of them they actually like back in the day. Used to work in like package up for like major medical or not medical make up brands Like they would package for like estee lauder and stuff like this back in like seventies eighties but of course the longer a thing but they do still produce candles homemade soaps stuff like that. They sell at local farmers markets and within some of their delis shops and the children are generally the ones know over boiling pots of wax making candles and whatnot. That's safe so the children have a very strict code which is laid out in the two hundred and sixty seven page child training manual. Oh and parents are required to attend monthly child training sessions. They're not puppies. The child training manual include. Oh No I love you. Tiffany don't forget that Scott so the first section that I pulled and I'm not obviously going to go through all of them but there's a section that are forty sayings for training children training children. I don't like this. They're not dogs a child. Self image is improved by his parents speaking directly to him. Okay Fair. I don't like this. Let your child know that you have faith in him to do better. I mean okay. Don't let your trialed tried to win. You buy stride strife. Don't let your child tried to win you by strife temper tantrums. Got it though faults in the Children. Reflect the faults in the parents You cannot trainee child. You cannot control spanking ministers to the entire child. Train your child to submit his selfish will. A person with a selfish will will never submit himself to Yoshua. This makes really uncomfortable. The rod must be used to correct wrong thoughts wrong birds and wrong deeds. Thoughts are powerful. There is no sin without thinking about it once. You've cited with your child against authority. You've ruined Tim. I'M GONNA rule ruin no way. My child is ruined. Don't allow your child to complain. Excuse me what. Don't allow your children to be bitter slothful or wasteful. Don't expect too much too soon. Okay train your child to submit willingly to his discipline. Make sure he bends over. Submissively guilt will not be removed unless he submits willingly. I'm really not okay with this. So some of the things that are included in their training practices If the children are caught playing pretend what they must be punished. No that's ninety. Five percent of children do they are believed hooping right. Make believe in pooping sometimes perfect life. Sometimes they do that well I wonder yeah fits perfect daydreaming time. It is so if they're caught playing pretend they are believed to have entered the unseen realm which is believed to be another world and they are being possessed by Satan so they entered the world of fairies. If they so much as imagine anything getting fire-breathing children is okay. Okay yes possessed by Satan right setting up pretend to be a fire. Breathing Dragon. You're not you have not depend teamed worthy to be a fire breathing dragon. Beatings must begin at six months as no no no if a baby wriggles while having their diaper change they can and should be spanked to keep them still no no. There are no toys allowed. No books that give human properties to nature are allowed so like smiling sunshine are talking animals or anything like that They're not allowed to speak to each other. Hold up unless it's approved by the adults quote covering them. I am so unhappy right now. There's talking animals in the Bible. I don't know it does aided that wasn't I well? I don't really follow the full Bible. Though so depending on where in the Bible that lands it may not be part of their word. Or however you talk about it so they're not allowed to speak to each other according to spriggs their founder. This can only lead to foolishness. I'M GONNA foolish your face. When a child receives their punishment. They are not allowed to cry. They must stand perfectly still head. Bent forward stay. Silent children can be punished by any adult in the commune. This is conditioning. Most Commun- subscribe to using a long rod or Dowell that can usually be found above. Most doorframes I am really not okay with any of this in the south we call that a switch. Yeah I mean I went to go pick your own I mean yes but like this is There's a video on the twelve tribes website on how to properly discipline. Your children called quote when the spanking stopped. All hell broke loose former L. REPORT. This we can but is it wouldn't be the first. Is it on Youtube? It's on their website at O- has it on their website. I don't want to do but movie wouldn't be the first. So a former elder who went by Hans is quoted to say? It looked as almost more like dog training. You're taking it down to a primal level. However once he had children of his own his mind shift didn't he and his wife left the tribe in two thousand nine with their children. Good so in. Nineteen eighty-four is called the raid of island palm which is where they went in Vermont. Okay took place where one hundred twelve children were removed from the community due to concerns of child abuse multiple rods were compensated but a judge called the search illegal and the children were all sent home. No and two thousand fourteen. A police raid removed. Forty children from a twelve tribes community in Germany after undercover footage reported physical punishment of multiple. Children do not search that video. Oh God no. They don't even show the beatings but they show like the adults. Interacting with the kids know. I can't so as we said the twelve tribes are still an active community and this is just like a minor little scratchy. Scratch the surface of the stuff that they have been and are involved in. Why are they still The group defends itself is simply following the dictates of the Bible Note. When a person uses the word Colt he usually means some group. He fears dislikes while we are from time. To time. Called a quote. We ARE NOT FALSE UNORTHODOX or extremist. That is true So on their website twelve tribes dot com. They have a question and answer section which. I don't understand if they don't have computers. How do they reply? But I digress and you see. This is where this came from. We do nothing other than what the word of the Bible have always called for as a reasonable response to God's love in sending his sutton Not How that works. Not at all a local bartender. I don't remember around which I think it's Chattanooga but he said it's still just as much of a Colt. Today's that was in the seventies. I don't support them in their hippie. Ultra Religious Freak ponytail wearing sandwich making serving the fruit of the spirit. My ass against spring. I have nothing against titties. But only this group right. I love bees others typically university of Chattanooga students who frequent the daily between classes and in the late hour the are more open to the twelve tribes. Of course they are because they're young and irrational. They don't like being called a Colt. I know that one student from University of Chattanooga says and besides even if they were sandwiches sandwich and they have really awesome sandwiches. That sounds like a college student. Yeah don't care the things they support. I don't want any part of. I don't want to give money to a place like that. No and I was listening to crap. I can't remember lame. The podcast is history freaks. I think it is One of the guys went before he knew a fully what was going on. And like so you pay for your meal and then there's an option for a tip but your servers not getting it now. So you're paying even more for your meal because the people that work there don't get paid any like they don't make any of that money goes back into the community but they don't have to claim any of it and it's a whole infuriating deal in the fact that is twenty twenty and this is still somehow okay was the part that really got to me so there is a website called question. Twelve tribes DOT com. So it's question. The number twelve tribes DOT COM and. They're dedicated to exposing the community and protecting the children of the twelve tribes slow up..
"medical guide" Discussed on 600 WREC
"What is clear is me back to the phones in just a moment Jim van Damme said earlier today that people who listen to this program are in a bubble that we're not being told you're not going to tell the truth of things out there because we are not respecting verbatim the word of all the authorities and so forth and I want to give you an illustration of how they are the ones in the Bible and we're not in your not at CNN they just discovered that Corgan works now we have been telling you about Clark within the Z. pack and we have been asking where are the three or the stories on the success of this combo drugs because we know that Clark when is affected it's being proven effective and we're wondering why there aren't any more stories on it than there have been and we know why because social distancing is like your social distancing is the order of the day and it boggles my mind there there's the U. P. university of Pittsburgh Medical Center says they're on the road to a vaccine that story out to be bigger than it is now the city of Toronto has banned public events through the end of June anyway I want you to listen to this this just moments ago Anderson Cooper talking with doctor Sanjay Gupta he's there had medical guide he said president trump was a feel safe about this derivative of Clark when a small study said it'd help with moderately ill patients is the key here the that they were not severely ill patients are or do we know much about this.
"medical guide" Discussed on KTRH
"This is me back to the phones in just a moment Jim van said earlier today that people who listen to this program are in a bubble that we're not being told you're not going to tell the truth of things out there because we are not respecting verbatim the word of all the authorities and so forth and I want to give you an illustration of how they are the ones in the Bible and we're not in your not at CNN they just discovered that Corgan works now we have been telling you about Clark within the Z. pack and we have been asking where are the three or the stories on the success of this combo drugs because we know that Clark when is effective it's being proven effective and we're wondering why there aren't any more stories on it than there have been and we know why because social distancing is like your social distancing is the order of the day and it boggles my mind there there's the U. P. university of Pittsburgh Medical Center says they're on the road to a vaccine that story out to be bigger than it is now the city of Toronto has banned public events through the end of June anyway I want you to listen to this this just moments ago Anderson Cooper talking with doctor Sanjay Gupta he's there had medical guide he said president trump was a feel safe about this derivative of Clark when a small study said it'd help with moderately he'll patience is the key here the that they were not severely ill patients are what we know much about this we were in the.
"medical guide" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"This year was me back to the phones in just a moment Jim van said earlier today that people who listen to this program are in a bubble that we're not being told you're not going to tell the truth the things out there because we are not respecting verbatim the word of all the authorities and so forth and I want to give you an illustration of how they are the ones in the Bible and we're not in your not at CNN they just discovered that Corgan works now we have been telling you about Clark within the Z. pack and we've been asking where are the three or the stories on the success of this combo of drugs because we know that Clark Quinn is affected it's being proven effective and we're wondering why there aren't any more stories on it than there have been and we know why because social distancing is like your social distancing is the order of the day and it boggles my mind there there's the U. P. university of Pittsburgh Medical Center says they're on the road to a vaccine that story out to be bigger than it is now the city of Toronto has banned public events through the end of June anyway I want you to listen to this this just moments ago Anderson Cooper talking with doctor Sanjay Gupta he's there had medical guide he said president trump was a feel safe about this derivative of Clark when a small study said it'd help with moderately ill patients is the key here the that they were not severely ill patients or do we know much about this we want in the middle of of.
"medical guide" Discussed on The Film Vault
"I when they're playing the sisters right during the stings during the fleece jobs and they'd walk over and over again I see that's slow motion shot of them walking down the bar all of them. Are you on a runway but that was funny but it happened like four times. Aren't you trying to be a little bit like. Oh Yeah we're sisters. We just happen to be here every time they have to walk down to the audience that they're pulling scambos data to every unsuspecting guide all these bombshells if I needed to see that five times to longer fee Jennifer Lopez longer be but Lorraine Fara who I'm saying that right Scott Skafar area so far as far. The meddler was also very good. I enjoyed other Jersey girl. Come on by Jersey girl. I said that and Jelly you don't solicit you didn't see Giglio. No that's all I reviewed it. the same director that hustlers the medlar. There's very little crossover here you you could not tell that it was the same director. I don't think at all however I did like the Metro quite a bit starring. Susan Serandon Rose Byrne as well as Brian Jacobs Simmons. That's about a rose burns just trying to get away from her mother and Susan Sarandon's just always in her life and like moves where she moves funny funny. It was a lighthearted comedy. I enjoyed it. Should I sit the medlar. it's all right. I mean if it's on in the room can sit down. You don't have to like dry die for the remote I want to. I want to suggest you die for and find it but you don't have to turn it off if it's on. Jennifer Lopez has essentially a cameo injure girl the opening why we're talking about Mattis because that's the last movie I've seen her. Why would you see that truly Kevin Smith Get out. Get Out. Get Out. Get Out now good movie 'cause I'm not bad what else you see brand right there in the now what what else Seinfeld. Let's move on to films this week House. You're very excited for me to see it. I was it's amazing the amazing Jonathan Documentary. It's called the amazing Jonathan Documentary directed by Benjamin Berman who you see a lot of see a lot of Ben Burn. It's okay though we're going to have to do almost entire discussion for the Patriots only spoiler discussion. I'm afraid because it's that kind of movie we'll be and I just WANNA. I'm so excited I have not been able to talk to anybody about this movie at Bright. I'm very excited and talk to me. Is this the kind of maybe that's best best left like don't say anything about it because it unfolds in a very weird way yeah yeah. I think the less you know about this one the better and I think that you and I are both fortunate enough to have seen always amazing which was a patch job of a documentary of so that a few times now which is what you mean by that. It's just kind of like a little bit here talking head there. This is amazing Jonathan within and found it very conventional annoyed it but it's like it's like amazing. Jonathan had a brother who was looking to make something for his brother about his brother. You know what I mean it. Didn't it didn't feel like somebody any fawning yeah. It didn't really feel like somebody who knew what they were doing. made it. It you know Steve. Berg seems like a good guy hurt him. Bill Berry's first time filmmaker. I just Kinda did this on the side and he was just fucking around. I heard them talking about it when he talked to me about it on the show and he seemed very passionate. Let's dug in first time director when I was watching it and you had signed a to me thinking wrongly thinking that it was the sundance movie that you had flagged and you were very excited right and I could see how you make that mistake because there's two documentaries out at the same time about the same guy I was watching ten minutes and I said this last week and you made your little joke and and I said well this is not does not feel like Sundance quality caliber and I said well. They're just taking everything now everything and then he said not taking groupers and then we went to break. It was very hurtful right. So all you need to know is that there is another documentary always amazing which we talked about yes earlier in the year and that was wrecked by Steve Byrne and this one the amazing Jonathan Documentary is directed by Benjamin Berman and I'm going to leave it at that so it is about the amazing Jonathan who was a comedian slash a former magician and like a prop comic almost and he's got a a huge following he had a residency in Las Vegas and that's the guys of documentary that's what the documentary essentially initially was supposed to be about and then it turns into something else because of other events and once you see this documentary as one of the funniest both you've ever seen once. You know what you're looking at you. You have to see the documentary. Let me ask you this. Did I over sell it a little bit but I mean you raved about it so much. I liked it quite a bit. I didn't find ended like transcended like holy. Shit what's happening. It was more like this is. This is a really unique. Well done documentary unlike most that I have ever seen yeah. I just got the talking head. Burn out I've had quite this is not that most documentaries are talking heads. They look slick. They look smooth. It was it in this documentary that we see. I we see mark. I will fucking. He's like we've got enough. We've we've got. We've got enough documentaries. You can still making merit Mark Mary. Yeah that was in this documentary right. I think it's also just the journey the of this poor filmmaker who's having some some tough times and it wasn't him more about maybe the only documentary I've ever seen were where it's the type with documentarian in it where it makes sense and it has to be that way other than maybe super size me. Morgan spurlock yeah so that was obviously that was the movie so he made some other stuff to this guy. He's not. He's not he's director workaholics. I feel like okay. I've seen worked with the TIM and Eric. Show for a while so I mean this. Guy's got some comedic chops but he's not going for comedy but it is funny with this. Thank should we just leave it at that. Yeah I guess I don't really know what else to say aside from getting into the what makes it interesting because it takes a turn I'd say probably fifteen twenty minutes then right if that yeah then and we don't WanNa even reveal the the turn so I I think we'll leave it at that but hey streaming on Hulu. If you guys have who do watch this if you have the time to invest watch the first one first and then and then watch this when always amazing compared to the fire festival docs like think. I'm glad I saw both because it gives me much fuller. Ideals were much more similar than these two right but right in the sense that seeing both gives gives you a much fuller picture of US going. You could show me clips of those and I but I I'm not sure which ones which fired but this one I mean. They'd be like oh well. That's that's the always amazing Asian documentary now. It's always my God. It's so you know where to go all right so let's get the fuck out here. That's all you have is the one on movie. I got to assigned film yeah. Oh yeah inflict that one in Chicago. What thank you do have another one. That's called Manos but I'm not going to do it right now. Else Manos and this one will be bandied about around award season. I I can't envision a world where this isn't up for best foreign language film. It's called the Manos. It's a modern day. Take on Lord of the flies Brian and let me just tell you it's pretty fucking intense and I will be talking about that one next week all right. I got a bank. Thank you here all right. We're already thirty minutes in so I'm not gonNA spend maybe I win and force you to watch working modest be seen theaters. Brian Select theaters theaters coming up next. We're GonNa talk about what we think of theater soon fall preview another book was purchased through Amazon banning other textbooks of course well I don't. I don't know so interesting. I I never thought this was I mean everything has to be taught right and everything you have to learn how to be taught and this is someone purchased not this the international medical guide for ships including the ship's medicine just. I guess if you're going to be a physician or a doctor or medical professional on Sean the ship on a submarine on a boat gotta you gotTa know. Your oh thematic at it being no ship that they meant like you know knowing like how to administer surly triage to an actual schiphol like if there's oh I imagine would be that's the way you phrased it right yeah. That's a good point now. Imagine it'd be international medical a guide for people on on if you didn't put the people on chip I read the book other things purchased on Amazon banner this top Anderson and Brian Dot Com because at the end Canon digital camera professional accessory bundle fourteen items in the mud landon suspensive Idaho. DJ Osmo pocket hand-held three axis gamble gamble gamble stabiliser within weeks ago..
"medical guide" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Conventional healthcare and and natural health care is that we're looking to facilitate the body's own healing process we're trying to help it function better by giving it those tools yeah that it needs the the proper nutrition or taking away the things that are aggravating it if you're downing twenty cups of coffee a day and you having bone loss or having anxiety or high blood pressure well you can take all the prescription medication you want to look house come on don't take her bay to coffee it's not gonna work yeah caffeine is just gonna or bread bowl or whatever it is it's going to just and all of that up to you to tone that down orders that you won't need to be on is much medication so you can you know it's it's just a different way of looking at it and and doctors sometimes miss that mark they they're too busy they have got to get in and get you out and so they just to hear his your script taking medication and that's it well that one didn't work well let's just add another one on hello take away the old one we're just gonna and to you and it's funny because of the the new the new big thing in cancer treatment forum for doctor conventional doctors is immune therapy we've been doing a new thirty for forty years I don't remember the supple it's good to see the catching up and but you know it is exciting because some people are getting fantastic results with the immune therapy death doesn't work for everybody and I think this is they haven't always different treatments and as they haven't quite perfect it they can actually even sometimes cause death in people yeah but they're looking in the right place now yes but we have a jump on that we've been doing it for a long time and you can actually help facilitate the gun that healing process no matter what health issues that you have so if you have questions about your health give us a call one eight six six nine two zero nine four five five and what we're trying to do is keep you know to help the community be healthier and to be more independent and to be more ownership of their own bodies and healthier and not just handing it over to the doctor and say fix me right and then take a whole load of medication it was scary they don't want to take responsibility for their health they've always had this medical guide that they could just turn everything over to I never ask questions I don't know because you don't have to you just go and they fiction and that's it and but sometimes they will ask questions and they'll say you know does that does that prescription have any side effects don't worry about it and you know everything's fine the next thing you know you get a bunch of side effects and then you put on more medication for the side effects and so you get into the snowballing thing but it's not about again that you can't work together with conventional medicine right thank you conventional and natural can work very well together yeah we see that with our patients right and some of our patients do both but it's also our programs about trying to keep you on top of what is the latest information about what's going on in conventional healthcare as well as natural and some of the research studies that came out just recently a study was published at Mount Sinai researchers and environmental international the August edition they found that there is a relationship between for fluoride.
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"medical guide" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Now i'm i'm really so fascinated because i know you have a star chamber and all sorts of great things i've never been there but it sounds amazing and you still see patients right you know it's just my everyday life yeah a day in the life of the unknowable norms you you have a new book out called conversations with g and i love this that you it took you thirty years to come out with this book tell me what it's about and why took his along to talk about it well you know basically in nineteen eighty four one night i woke up you usually wake up at midnight but i jumped out of bed because i was hearing voices and i'm sitting at my desk tried to take notes of the voices i'm hearing and one of them was my personal angel we all have a personal angel i don't think you could be born into this world and jelly guide and i'm maryelle and shortly after that i met another angelic guide oh my call g for guide who began as my teacher and he he called himself a a male angel and he is the one for instance who gives me information like the the copper pyramid i mentioned a little earlier i was over in holland one day out jogging and i got this image of copper pyramid went back in lower pay in a day later he said oh by the way no the where do you think would you got yesterday came from that i thought it was mine he's put it there to do research and that was the beginning of my work with human dna frequency and rejuvenating ultimately the telomeres it led to that work so is this guy a bit of a medical guide and i mean i've got five beds that he's he's giving me i have five and they came to me through g is it in the middle of the night still or does it anytime it can be sometimes that's what the rings of fire came from do you have any way of summoning this energy or asking questions g now he said to me what every thought that you every invasion that you've had.
"medical guide" Discussed on No Agenda
"Han went up weather and we have the clip somewhere and we all need to play it but she goes up with the agent dave harvey comes out in his bathrobe and glares at the woman for showing up where do we need declared you hope and now turn sexual harassment i think so so let's listen to this story about michigan state university and two two anecdotes amongst all these women they collected i think those on cbs not sure but this was nasser m s you one prime possibly last tiled will ever assault 15yearold am i and miller was one of the youngest people to read her statement she saw nasser monthly for five years iraqi sports medicine carson me for those appointments front honesty marketing build for appointments side of sexually assaulted today a michigan state university spokesperson said patients of nasser will not be build ms you has been criticized for their handling of complaints against nassar at this one i wanted to separate out because they were billing the girls i guess you're on a athletic program for university and you're getting build for added normal medical guide that's their dispose the czech you out to make sure you're you know you're healthy i don't know that sis is beyond me so i would add dish still getting build apparel and they do even though they say they're not going to get built okay so this the big clip two is the one has got the important info ms you has been criticized for their handling of complaints against nassar we sat down with four athletes treated at ms hugh among the survivors providing victim statements during nasser's sentencing hearing gymnasts larizza boys says in 1997 when she was sixteen she complained to ms you coach kathy clay gifts that she suspected nasser was abusing her came back in the real inside and file something but there's going to be very serious consequences for both new and dr nassar and i said why don't wanna get anybody on travel i just felt humiliated i felt silenced i felt embarrassed coach klay gives was suspended and then resigned from him as you less february our lawyers declined to respond to cbs news citing ongoing litigation storms are so.
"medical guide" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Marijuana than not something uh pitfalls wearing vine seniors all bradley i got an a motorcycle accident and weymouth um this is back in 1999 i was prescribed i'll archie cotton and i was i was addicted for about fifteen years on that well um i ended up turning my life around and all that stuff but you know w with the use of marijuana and just abstaining from it and go under rehab and everything and uh dealer medical marijuana card i do not i i'm i'm currently solve us i've been so for almost a decade saw okay um my wife actually she does and she has i l is dan laws which is a chronic nerve pain throat your whole body oh jeez and never heard of that yeah it's uh it's a it's a high diagnosis you have to go to a geneticist and and get that um so yes they thought it was fibromyalgia and you know they could never really put their thumb on it but uh she should go see the where does she go i'm gene she does are on things she has uh he has the medical guide solely the go to a defence three off in old she other gifting thing and all that it and all i to really get too involved in its have you still allow you into the dispensary right with her i go in right i wouldn't go into like just like i don't go into a like a store anymore in order to me yeah so um part of it is let you know part of the thing that makes me believe that this like one of a wonder drug as um i had a dog by about six or seven years ago now um to the french maths stuff like turnaround who sean but that movie with tom hanks yeah and she had a diagnosed a with a a golfballsized of cancer and her abdomen and my wife you know at the time she was just got tied and she's like we've got to try this oil on the dog and you know she had made out of the cbd oil out of out of the plant and yeah and uh first seven months of feed and the dog the oil just still on offer my finger that dog would not you know she would take it and she was.
"medical guide" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Frontier hospital medical guide has will attend sniffed south of intrigue notice what for nuclear uh keeps the radiation out of your body a oh well with alec i've got the iron i'm fails are simple seller right now we are on the verge of there is going to be a nuclear disaster and you are going to want to have the alex jones iin nine pills ideo i tell you hey they're putting some of the water to make say of kate can't get it up maybe just water bro yeah on water my waters were confi medical guide sure his after doing on years dri being radio i think i'll give a full idea uncut it out a iin treatments sugar key boxes sugarcubes that but my assault anti back soap wbc toothbrushes tunisbased grooming items because i'm gonna want to look my lulu when i go to a neighboring village and steal one of their babies to brag common cooked solarpowered flash radio flashlight and then someone of also as low radio's important roy three different shows a yeah maybe have like the news on or do a fake stereo seeing yet yeah schurbon a have the news there may be some music or some brune whom than a talk station well cooler camp lantern extension gore's as show shove that's just a hang myself of exhibitors shelf stable food can opener coffee tea orange spray paint strippers produce from tagging no but i leaders will needed sort of like remember during katrina they booked people would paint stuff on their roof and they would also put axes on the house is that they check that stuff so maybe i would put a exxon my neighbors house so that they would think that they checked on him and i'd get all this stuff that's how i would operated an emergency is never guy there really is you know you gotta look sharpy for autographs people are still going to one autographs cable ties mapped dish soap or hostages of the cable to his up and disrupt the case people start swearing abu wash their both act easily zip locked bags vhs copy of point break out the original order he added reeve for sure so in kid mre meal those are meal replacements a generator all of this way of your list for the apollo i haven't heard butter yet so thorough adults that the.
"medical guide" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Hey and also i would add the the crank radio should have the charge for the fono led flashlight late sticks for the big rage rave copies of passport license has has card insurance policies ponchos because i look good in tarps one month of medicines the whole wheelbarrow just a be other safe sir a minimum a firstaid kit minimum two hundred bucks yeah these days you've i don't think this is a list i made 'cause i'd want more the two hundred bucks seems a little light for you well maybe back whenever this was to unido's one further maybe one rolla quarters uh rule a quarter plumbly peg i don't know i really don't know i don't know where this came from an i i it's i can't i've got a pdf of it i cannot sample some fto copy the text than type it into see where came from sounds like the '90s like mia mid early '90s copy of deeds to property inventory of valuable objects toilet paper walkman wire space sticks wired duct tape electrical tape foil beatty babies a month a valuable tool a tool kit leather man hunting knife super snaps lee tin snip say yes right oh wow aspirin antacid laboda katia give wholesome bad water sure if attack for poison paper goods silverware field shovel butane lighter wind proof matches splint in exotics gloves start like a little frontier hospital medical guide has the 10 snip south of aintree angered this foot iodine this for nuclear keeps the radiation out of your body a oh well alex i've got the iron i'm are several solider right now we are on the verge of there is going to be a nuclear disaster and you are gonna wanna heavily alex jones iodine pills ngo i you they're putting several of water to make say of king king did it up maybe just your water bro uttar my waters work at five am medical guide sure kiss after doing on your surgery diarrhea but i i think i could find uncut a iin treatments sugar cube of sugar cubes that support wail as deaad assault anti back soap is soap and wipes toothbrush is toothpaste grueling items because i'm to want to look my best absolutely when i go to a neighboring village and steal one of their babies to bring an omen cook it in need it grew a solar powered flash radio flashlight.