17 Burst results for "Mike Obama"

"mike obama" Discussed on The War on Morons

The War on Morons

07:55 min | 2 months ago

"mike obama" Discussed on The War on Morons

"Just going all out with this nine eleven marketing and i try to watch some fuck by jets here. I'm just trying to live at every other commercial is like playing the swelling music. And they're saying it was day america will never forget. Everyone remembers where they were that day. The towers fell the nation. More just like you'll remember the day that we bring you are nine eleven remembrance extravaganza. We're bringing you the action all day long where it went down grown zero zero zero. We've got rock and roll in concert with billy ilitch ariana grande day. It'd be ds then we've got play ball at city field with the yankees and the mets or get down and boogie with the cast of the masks singer and then live from new york. It's saturday night. With the whole larry. Comedy shows starring lesley jones in. Amy schumer is rudy. Giuliani george w bush. Like i don't. They actually did all that i did. The the mets and the yankees thing but they literally really plugging plugging plugging nine. Eleven like it was a new year's eve ball. Or whatever was the dick clark rocket new year telling a dick clark's rock and nine eleven So if fox can do it then we can do it either way. I don't know speaking speaking of nine eleven speaking of george bush. Did you see that. He says that we are all the terrorists. Now we're domestic terrorists. Exactly what the with the phrasing was but he. He gave a speech at the memorial biden. Is he can't get him to to opens mouth and operate but but bush he goes out there and he's just like you fought against al qaeda but al qaeda or they're just like the domestic extremists. The the right wingers. The violent these that were were children of the same. Vowel spirit was his line. So i guess. We're in the axis of evil. Where evil doers. Because we don't why stolen elections or medical tyranny. Now maybe we don't want that twenty year long fucking disaster wars that we lose in the thousands of people have to die Humor that has line that late night. Comedians used to say like back in the nineties Before barack obama even before they even you know made him a fake passport. They used to be like. Oh man. yeah we. We already have the first black president. That's bill clinton bill clinton. Because he gets. He played saxophone on our senior hall. And that maybe because he didn't keep up with child support. Yep that's a black guy. Thanks a lot guys. Thanks not insulting at all. Bill clinton love it. Love it But yeah if if barack obama doesn't get credit for being the first black president because bill clinton well joe biden as unbelievable is is. This might sound. Joe biden is not america's first mentally retarded president because that honor of course goes to george w bush. He could talk shitty wants. But you know i was. I was go back a little bit. So so i actually voted against that asshole mine. I did vote for george bush. My first vote now. I guess. I'm dating myself a little bit but my my first vote was for. President was for the libertarian candidate. Two thousand four. I think his name was bad. Narc i. I don't remember anything about it. But you know he. He's fine libertarian. Banner forgot completely ruined. But i think he got like a quarter percent of the vote But he didn't do nine eleven he didn't start any forever. Wars didn't open the border wide open. As far as i know. Like i for all i know he's dead. I dunno vegas far as i know. Michael bednarik is not spending spare time and retire it like painting portraits in his attic like fucking mental patient cuddling up to big mike obama and photo shoots like have you seen fucking w like every good picture. He's he's over there with michelle obama just like. She's like cuddling him like a baby. I think i made the right choice there anyway. Speaking of photo shoot speaking of regarded president's day just see biden once again became a over the weekend. Of course he can't go a single day without being fucking donkey brain See if i can find it here. So at the aforementioned nine eleven memorial of course commemorating twenty years since Since that day all of the evil people who profited from it and who probably per for trading it were gathered there at ground zero. Or i think they're at ground zero so of course you know clinton was there obama's their big mike was there. Hillary of course I can't remember who it was. Just a bunch of globalist criminals. Nancy pelosi all other functions scumbags now the the best thing is they were all wearing their big stupid. The the big black cove masks because they're also scared of this virus they knows bullshit of course. They were photographed like seconds before they realize they're being photographed and not a single. One of them was wearing the masks. They are close in tight. You know doing their thing. But that's kind of besides the point here so biden couldn't even keep himself composed during a fucking nine eleven memorial event. Now they didn't let him speak at it. Because god only knows what would say but he thought that people wanted to hear the to say anyway so there is you. See everybody in their masks in obamacare yet air. Not buying yanks down. His mask starts yelling at people. I really wanna know what he said. I'm of course. I put this on our one of our social. Media's put this on me we in like caption this like is he telling everybody that is but it's been wiped out. Is he complaining about the ice cream selection. Maybe he's asking what time it is because he's not allowed to wear wristwatch out in public anymore. What he's at these type of events but My favorite is you look at obama looking at it his side. I like this fucking fucking idiot. I'm so glad. I don't have to deal this fucking dumb anymore. of obama's famous statement about biden was never underestimate joe's ability to fuck things up. Looks kagera underestimating. I think you underestimated of all these little fucking things up and then of course if you look to. His left is ever-present handler mercer victim. Minos wife.

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"mike obama" Discussed on Patriots Dynasty Podcast

Patriots Dynasty Podcast

04:26 min | 3 months ago

"mike obama" Discussed on Patriots Dynasty Podcast

"I think i mean they're they're rosters good enough but that quarterback such a question mark i. I'll go over. Just 'cause i want to see him. Do well go under different. Only because there's an extra game this year. I think it'll be like eleven wins. See i thought under everybody's house one of the ones the all agreed on unders only and he's got the over talk me at the end of the season boys right cleveland. Browns tenant over strong over from over over to near the number i oversaw. Fold hackers at ten under over. Roger doesn't fucking heartache agreed on as well. Roger doesn't finish the season. Aaron rodgers as much as anybody on this planet tends ridiculous law right it does little keep going seahawks ten sneaky under yep eliot little mix there i had said over. Okay i think wilson. He's he's been talking about. Wanna get outta town to. Hasn't he was content cook. That's what they do. That is a ball out though discontent. They don't let him. He wanted to do that last year. Remember they're like rusk cook one game like five or six and then they just didn't throw patriots nine and a half over under. We all had over greg under nine and a half. The extra game quarterback way doesn't matter the last fourteen is that heaven the last four teams that have spent the most money in the off season on free agents average. Five and a half more wins. Acceder probably terrible teams though snow. They were like mediocre. Was the last year. The jets the year before The bears and the jags but the jaguars were guards. Them wear mediocre but the other teams went from mediocre ticket over. Call it next nine and a half nine and a half over just because they got a new coach. Who's not a fucking idiot. Andy reid here big time. that's fine. Dolphins also nine and a half offense chargers pats all the same odds under. I think the best dog would you say a. I'm going to under. Because i don't trust to get as my thought saints nine under under under as well. I think they're going to be good razi gap situation there to fuck. And it'll have a starting quarterback. Still so i hope it's chain is still so we can get another year his antics and what's his name michael What's his name wants out. Why did steve thomas yet. He won't take the pets. Mike obama's for cheap who's gonna throw it through. Tom could get passes from me. I seventy balls in season on other would slants. Yeah titans nine games.

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"mike obama" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

07:54 min | 3 months ago

"mike obama" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

"I forgot yesterday that When when we had steve asmussen on. Tuesday was tuesday or monday. No Yesterday was tuesday. Monday steve said they're going to go down to maryland and And polka a you know. Have a maryland steak. Yeah and that. That's as far as gotten so far today. All right and i'm working from the bat for some. I just like i don't like coming to the final race and saying oh you know my tickets so big can only used to you know so the mindset of like go through the sequence but i'm going to go from the back because then i know what the sequence looks like and i'm not trying to fit some square peg into a round hole when you get to the oh shit. My ticket is like two big well. I'm gonna single the brown. Because i can't afford to go you know so i don't know i'm just trying to switch it up a little bit. There's a lot of both particularly multi-race players that that do that. That worked from the back. I i've done it or i've jumped around certain races or i'll skip over a race like Yesterday i wrote up. races The first leg the fourth fifth and sixth legs. Then i came back to the second and third I thought the sixth and the seventh worthy to really you know real quandary spots in the sequence and so did and ian and and nick tammaro yesterday too so You know it's funny. I if you know for those that there. There's a formula out there that that people might not think of when when you find a race that you're confused and then you get curious. Let let me let me go to d. r. f. Let me see you know who might beer shockwaves and and And kenny. Becker are using. Or if it's you know if it's kentucky who's mardi etc Marcus hirsch everybody brad free. He'll go look at the grid and you know and actually we on wednesday or wednesdays or thursdays. We've been having john trump as ian and tom law from this horse racing. So i've i've had the chance to look at what they're doing with their grid and you'll find a race that you're kind of confused and then you go and take a consensus and everybody's all over the board and it. It occurred to me. He actually more this summer. I think than ever before that not a bad way to gauge the your opinion of a race. If everybody else's confused as you are tells you this is a spot to take you know. Take a swing and that if if everybody else is all over the place then then your instinct was right. Yeah i know you mentioned beer and kenny peck. I know that they they mashed the the saratoga derby Beer for your head and ken. Kenny had The one and Yeah and the consensus was the nine the and for i mean for mike. This is the second this is the second multi main giant price that Beer that is not not just pet right made the best bet well state upstate of rest was his best bet of saturday. Wow i i mean that's that's insane and i think it was an opening opening day too. I wanna say. I wanna say i forget who it was Pity he may gary source. Who actually runs runs Tomorrow she runs tomorrow Made that his best bet to at at like nine to one eight to one Yeah so you know outside the box. Thinking i'd like the the one was might depaul the play of the day you know the The clermont i north america. And i thought for a second i was a winner and then all of a sudden i see oh boy. Here's the o'brien flying but anyway it it It just the. I'm anxious to see you later today. michael basic and is ben. Events in town been is coming for the first time. He's coming today. He's never he's never ever never never finally convincing come. Oh that's awesome coming tonight as he stay in the couple of days through sunday. Be through sunday so you what other. What other Exciting when they signed you up for. That's it today. I can enjoy my vacation. Mike obama cook magombo pick six ticket hopefully to well thank you michael. This was wonderful. Michael everybody champ and simply food by mora sixty six route nine in wilton on the way for anybody to to On their way anybody knows were winslow's is and You know right out to novais and wishing well and So forth go right out route nine sixty six simply food by more sixty eight tonight. Twenty five dollars online thirty five dollars actually at the door. A beer and bay check actually Frank bryson's gumbo outstanding. You can come say hello. The ah meets going midway point. Oh all right. John everybody making a video. I didn't take a picture of basic and now he's gone you going back monday well. The horses are back on Wonder horses come back there all right so have you. Made dinner at our we. We have any reservations. All right all right great. I suspended myself a note to make reservations. And then i missed that there. We go all right. John's on top of it. Everybody we we were gonna have jimmy and and hammer together. Hammering hammer was co opted. He's he's been here grabbed that grab that stick and click on. I think that i think basic turned it off Up there you go. you're live. i'm live maybe even tore everybody and sit fernando. Cc making the scene as well looking looking like a country a country singer Outstanding here's here's hammer. Come in as well. So it's all it's all coming. It's all coming together unbelievable as it always does at saratoga. It always comes together at first and foremost. How did you do last night selling one. We scratched we scratched our horse. You did And we're going to revisit it and neither just race them or bring them into another sale And then the other one. Obviously bobby sold for million six. We talked about that The dorthy baby that Lead opening night was eclipsed by by buying frenzy And we'll talk about it with in a minute. Bessie lou back in the game right. How about that That well and they're you know they're coming from they're coming from the phone. They're coming from the back backyard. The buyers are all over but then the reporting of the two point six million sale topper. I was stunned. The bessie lou. Now is gonna come back going partners with kumar on that. No no no they. They were the underbidder. Okay we're driving the bidding and So i guess he's had enough of those paso fino's that he's famous for mr leone Crazy that i thought they were done. Yeah i thought they were..

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"mike obama" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

06:57 min | 5 months ago

"mike obama" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Need put ankle weights on the more leg really. Do make the gloves smaller. Maybe put holes in the gloves holes glows. I don't know man. But like i think that what you really want is just college baseball yet. That is basically the case that mike obama has made to be in his many fruitless attempts to persuade me to care about college. Baseball is that it's just fun. It's a brand of baseball. That is a little different from major league baseball because of the caliber of competition not being quite as high. It's just a little less predictable and funky and strange stuff happens. And there's no such thing as a routine play really and i understand the appeal of that one thing. I do appreciate it about it. Is that we talk about the biodiversity of major league baseball right. And that's something you certainly get at that level where you see below the strange stuff. That mostly doesn't make it to the majors. Because players have to specialize in navy. Only certain skill sets tends to work at that level. So you see a lot of two way players in college. See just funky. Delivery is weird looking and just all kinds of diversity when it comes to physical skills and appearance so that is a selling point. But i don't know. I guess it's just i only have so much time and attention to distribute and major league. Baseball is more than enough to occupy the amount of time and attention that i have to lavish baseball. Basically and like the players are the most physically skilled and talented. And maybe there are some downsides to that but also they're allowed to that so it's not college specifically that i am disregarding it is well most other sports. I don't pay that close attention to and most lower levels of baseball just because there's a lot of baseball being played in the big leagues already. It's not like i've exhausted of the the games and the potential storylines there like. There's so much. I miss them. Never see it at that level that i'm trying to pay attention to so it's partly that i think it's it's not so much college baseball's problem it's it's not you. It's me catching might make you crazy. So that's the kind of it. Like and i don't mean the framing is battle. Though often the framing is badly the actual just receiving is. Sometimes you're like but is there butter on your anyway. That's my plug for college baseball. If you if folks have not been watching the moment i just was so impressed with the quality of the broadcast for both the college world series and all of the college softball world series coverage like espn. Just really good job. I know we'd like to poke fun at like the baseball broadcasts on occasion. But it's just there's there's really good sports to be had in. It's really exciting to see them. Being embraced by a major network for both baseball and softball. Because you know if you show people fund sports like they get excited about them and want to watch him again. So i've just been very impressed and pleased by it. It's a lot of fun. So i hope people who may be want to check out something new. Take some time as as we march to omaha to do that. Because it's cool. Yeah another nice thing about college. Baseball is that may because the stakes are a little lower. At least in some places or there's a little less scrutiny or there's more turnover you do get a lot of analytical experiments in innovation that happens there so tactics and strategy and player development practices. You know a lot of major league teams have of late been plucking coaches from college ba gas. They've really been on the cutting edge a lot of cases and a lot of college programs. Have these pitching labs and player development machines that were predating a lot of big league stations. Making those moves and some strategies you see like the mid plate appearance pitching change which talk about from time to time. Which doesn't happen in the majors does happen in college. Sometimes so that's just another example of a broader range of possibilities abbey in college baseball than you see in the majors. Yeah it's pretty cool. All right here is a question from simon. So i just finished attending my. I live game in a year and a half the result being typical angel. Sixty to us. It was great to be reminded of all the great experiences. One can have in a ballpark such as watching shohei ohtani leg out a hustle double and triple and fortunately this question is not about those experiences in the top of the eighth. The crowd sustained a fairly consistent. Wave for most of the inning during this wave. Junior garra gave up a five pitch. Walk to jet. Larry and immediately followed it up by allowing a home. Run to seth brown wants. The wave ended garo retired the next six batters he faced this. Got me thinking. Besides being annoying for fans does the wave distract players particularly pitchers and hitters. Where's this just a classic version of the post hoc ergo proctor hawk fallacy. Moreover if you think the wave does have detrimental effects for unfilled performance. How would you go about trying to measure it and establish zaluski more. Broadly has anyone tried to quantify the effect fans have on the game in some systematic way. Thanks for reading this perfectly use question that nevertheless deserves an answer. I think you definitely doesn't matter. No i don't think i don't think it matters. I mean you'd have to. You'd have to count for any number of things. You'd have to account for the quality of the pitcher and a hitter from what is the result of the played appearances. Walk like you're also needing to account for the quality of the empire and the framing talents of the catcher. And i really don't think the most players really notice fans at all. I really don't like. I think that some amount of what we are measuring when we measure home field advantage probably is the energy in the park right. I think that the the general you know hear players talk all the time about how good it feels to have fans back in sort of a general way but i don't really think it matters beyond that. I'm sure that we are already accounting for some amount of this in in home field advantage. Maybe like maybe it affects empires. I don't know. But i really just don't think that it makes around. Yeah you'd have to account for a lot of factors you'd have to record exactly when the wave took place right and and like let's imagine for a moment that we saw the wave did matter right so just take that as a given for the sake of this question do you think that it matters more for the pitcher if the wave is going on Home plate as he is preparing to work maybe as he is preparing to release the ball or as he is actually releasing the ball. Or do you think that it matters more for the when like the wave is happening in the outfield..

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"mike obama" Discussed on Body of Wonder

Body of Wonder

04:09 min | 6 months ago

"mike obama" Discussed on Body of Wonder

"Minute foods at home might do that night. Tell other people do that. And there's a whole variety of them so it's not just You know it's not just pickles in sauerkraut minutes. Fermented dairy products from Foods and so forth. I think it is useful to eat. A variety of prebiotics moods foods that nourish the healthy organisms in the microbiome and to really reduce consumption of refining process than manufactured. So that's the basic advice. You so i want to just add that amazing list that get your mother to have you by vaginal c-section this advice. We should give to all our patient in an era where some c sections are elective. And where some might be avoided with different planning and different conversations. C-section can be life saving. So of course. We don't want to eliminate all c-section but sometimes it can be avoided. Have your mother breastfeed you. Because that's going to nourish the developing microbiome and then avoid artificial sweeteners. Avoid diet sodas and other things that are sweetened with artificial sweeteners because there are human studies to show that that can alter the microbiome in some dangerous ways. John would you add. Yup we coined the phrase psycho biotic and incorporated as a way of and to have a psychopathic lifestyle. That's exactly what we feel is really relevant. Sleep in the microbiome very closely intertwined. We're very. we're very excited about circadian rhythms and mike obama we've ongoing projects You get sleep disturbed. It will affect a so. You know when i was traveling all the time. I wasn't good for my microbiome and it was obvious. The other thing is it's known also having a pet especially dog dog is really good for your and and it's really great studies now on pet ownership in early airlines and allergy anathema. John help out kissing your dog or can't avoid that some one lights but but everything else is is what captured there and the early life. A priming is really important but but as adults we can still do a lot. We've just completed a short study here in court where we get people to change their diet for one month and these were stressed into the people were relatively diets. And we upped the fiber double their fiber intake and really opted fermented foods and giving mediterranean-style based diet too and their stress level. These were students coming through exams. Stress levels were much great greatly reduced. They had left signs of of depression. And so we think tire getting the microbiome is going to be billion park way of wellbeing. But what we don't know is what works for. You may not for the next person so you need to to try. I would encourage people also to to be somewhat skeptical of anything you see out there. That's that's being sold from a commercial point of view without having because there's a lot of There's a lot of snake oil out..

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"mike obama" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:30 min | 10 months ago

"mike obama" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"By name. And from there, they're gonna be honest, like people still talk about that to this day I they would publish about that just four days ago. So some people for your robot Some people thought you were a robot. This is where it goes, and I'm telling you I've been to you know, I've got a given speeches, places I was at a speech. Two years ago, I gave a speech. At this convention thing a pair of pants on this idea. Actually, this lady came comes up to me. She is 85 9 years old. So much is what she's you know, the kind of you would think of your Victoria's secrets over there joke earlier. She comes up to me, and she's very nice lady talking about her husband. He died in a she tells me Hey, you know Hillary Clinton and Chelsea. They go to this place in Los Angeles. You don't know about. It's it's in a special area and they eat homeless people and kids, and she was 100% serious about it. Dead serious. I'm interested in what you replied. I just said that's a lie, Honey. All of that's not your crazy like, you know, your old is gonna is gonna help you with that, but that's all alive. Then she told me Michelle Obama is to be Mike Obama and again. I had to tell her. That's a lie. None of that is real. They buy it. They eat it up. They never go anywhere to even see if maybe this isn't true. Play another clip. Get ready for this one guys, because let me tell you something. If you thought that was crazy when you hear who's running everything you.

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"mike obama" Discussed on Precisione: The Healthcast

Precisione: The Healthcast

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"mike obama" Discussed on Precisione: The Healthcast

"Of these procedures will be done by. The assisted by artificial intelligence. So needless gastroenterologist. So it's becoming a much more much less human aspect of medicine a very technical so like checking heavier car check out but I think this is going to be balanced fi the ascendancy of of integrative medicine so it will change the balance and. Yeah I I think. That is hard to predict you know menu to the diseases were Mike Obama has been implicated. It may turn out that. It's not that important as we as some people think at the moment wars in others, it may be you know we have major impact like the whole testing of metabolites and gene expression in the stool may allows to personalise. A medical interventions. microbiomes is very different young share by ten percent with each other. So, that could be revolutionary and there's some. Philly advanced commercial products that going that direction. And then ABC's scientists is moving so fast that many other changes will happen in the medical field that you know people will not be able to catch up with reading the text books fast enough because the. Developments are just too fast and science right now. Well, that's an exciting time to because we're going to learn a lot about how to optimize health. Absolutely. Yes. So it's in the most general term health will be more important than disease I think in the future. Yeah. I. One of my favorite sayings is Um that I made up is it's better to stay on top of your health rather than underneath disease and I think that kind of brings this whole concept altogether why wait until you get sick when you can understand what happens when you do and try to prevent it absolutely I mean there was a recent study in a very large number of patients I. think he came out of the Harbor.

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"mike obama" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

11:52 min | 2 years ago

"mike obama" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

"Okay but optimal is eight hundred. We'd rather have at this level of a thirty year old. Rather than the seventy or eighty year. Old Natural doesn't mean they've and normal doesn't mean optimal try and keep in mind as we go through this educational series of few weeks. Okay it's really important for you all right. Let's just take a you know Dr Ryan has a office in Naples. Marta core juvenile and he has on other things that he does decide to Red Light Wall. He does krause on a tremendous. It's a three minutes treatment. His cold doubt about minus two hundred sixty five degrees. Finally Not GonNa get you into three minutes. You WanNa do at your fibromyalgia paying. You're paying from a joint replacement mazing. It's more than one treatments. Rose not an absolute miracle but people are just responding well. So that's just a minute here as late as that. This is Dr Ron representing rejuvenation. Cool prowse baugh place to two to three nine. Six five eight cool. 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Pine Ridge Road in the noodles Italian Bistro Plaza rejuvenation. Cool Krause. Bob Come with us. So that's a gentleman you're not in the air if you look around one Really is an incredible experience Reset some of your Mitochondria. The Workhorse of your body is absolutely incredible. The Ladies and gentlemen please be careful of your cell phones. Your Wifi okay. There's not a day that goes by the more more information about how serious this is and then one day is not gonNa Affect you. But it's cumulative specially at night wanted to turn those routers off because you make a cell phone call manager so but you're sleeping hours a night. Probably okay all right before we go there. Let me just Always wanted to talk about. How naturally increase your testosterone? Okay I if you think of. This problem should be treated with the have a healthcare provider one that knows about physiology of own not necessarily an endocrinology but a naturopathic position. Someone that understands how a testosterone product. Okay you shouldn't because you need to have her road check on a regular basis once you're on testosterone replacement and most all men will benefit by testosterone replacement. Especially if you have some are rectal which in it will help you. So just briefly. What things can you do to increase? Sure Saas Iran naturally. But I think you could do as supplement your died with zinc and your your physician will give you. This is that it's needed but it's essential dietary minimal mental. That's been associated with testicular depression and lettuce DASA levels. And you can get from your diet but you should Keep THAT IN MIND. Zinc help your immune system and your to us. Ron Magnesium number. Two studies have shown magnesium affects testosterone and Total Insulin. Like growth factor. And as we get older. There's a decline in these these arms. So you might WanNa start talking with your physician about substituting and getting signed up a minute bang easy and please watch your weight. Weight gain ads related to a lot of chronic conditions. Okay so you were wise. Your weight number four. You went adequate doses of now. You don't want normal vitamin D. You want optimal levels of Vitamin You. WanNa be up in the city range any formal physician. Say Twenty five thirty on your Vitamin D. You're fine well. That's the normal range for people. But YOU WANNA be up to me. WanNa be up in the fifty to seventy fifth thing. You can't believe what a nicely will do for you. I good high-quality. If you're not getting that your district levels on a good day been studied. I'm not making it up. So zinc magnesium control vitamin D and with quality. Sleep reporting for us to run production. So what do we know about the microbiomes? Anybody out there. You know what I'm talking about well. Mike Obama's collection of bacteria guy and viruses. They live in your gut. Microbiome were the gut microbiome and let me go to my account. I'm going to have an expert about this. Ross pelt in February eleven. He's made a life study of it and talk about the microbiome and to make it better and things that destroy that you're not aware of God is so important. Iverson ever immunity there. It communicates with the brain. If you have an imbalance in your gut. Bacteria you've been get diabetes and obesity. Maybe even heart disease liver disease. Get any idea. How much material in your got these in gentlemen. Ten to a hundred trillion back Korea to weigh up to one kilogram pound probably was his bacteria's as your body and these play a really important role that they get the energy from the food that you get the nutrients from the food that you eat. They they sent in the gut brain gut barrier in other words. You heard our show on the the leaky Gut Syndrome leaky gut lease leaky rain. Not a good thing. They strengthen the immune system and they you from getting other factions. They processed the Bible they degrade tuxes and they are essential for the normal functioning of organs other than especially the brain can affect your mood and your cognitive about how you think you process information if you have a good balance of of germs are in your intestine you're gonna be Susceptible Infections and disorders and information. We're GONNA talk about that in for Ross Pelton how how to best improve this maker by it? Probably over two thousand species so you can't take them all they all can't be growing in lab at one time to tell you about that. I WanNa just warn you today. Is that phone radiation? I mean they're host of biological effects of stuff for radiation it can affect your DNA so metabolism your Blood Brain Barrier Glucose metabolism in. Your brain can cause stress headaches ring in the years ahead fatigue tight. Make sure that you know that exposure can also destroy cheerier in your car so you don't put your on your lap okay. You WanNa turn that Wifi not. And there's lots of science to lots of Science Internet you know. The World Health Organization advise electromagnetic fields as possible. Human Carcinogen means possible even cancer causing and transformed normal cells and cancer cells. So we're world. Health is Asian is probably the least biased organization for health advice and other saying possible synergetic already talked about how ems dangerous for the testes and the is the brain cognition. Okay but they also affect your and your blood being barrier if you remember. We had a physician on his. Your who told us how Murray was a specialist and mercury? And how we keep that up to your head allow mercury. Get in your pain. You're GONNA go crazy. I like the mad hatter from Dickens it affects neurons it can affect. Adhd kids some studies even say associated with Alzheimer's Parkas. Adhd they create a stress your body. They impair your sleep quality. So if getting a good night's sleep helps you with this levels in your hormone levels. What do you think that's going to happen when you're in a lot of electromagnetic fields and of course the They are capable. These electric fields electrical a low frequency Alpers of altering the response when challenged so cell phones that order out is also on. This was interesting. They said that The the study they showed that cell phones alter the accuracy of blood close monitors within a half a I just find it interesting. So the coast monitors nearest cell phone. It could fluence. How that glucose monitors yeah acting? I don't know we. We have to look into that first time I saw that but it struck a bell be could be really interesting.

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"mike obama" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:49 min | 2 years ago

"mike obama" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"But not a spy procedures Alfred but not a ND once again your host Kimberly Bermel but ID and co host eating euchre and Jeff flagstaff thanks for hanging in there really we are still all here myself Kimberly but nodding along side you can you be here our friend Jeff flagstaff and sharing his time with us is world renowned orthopedic surgeon Dr Alfred but not a I'm shared very little time let's look at what's new in medicine today featuring Alford but not a ND we get a round of Canada all that's all I got that's a little in all of us and all right why are we talking about Canada doc well the medical problems in Canada that enormous me apparently so yeah yeah well it is another health is good we like Canada it's free health care right everybody gets top notch free healthcare immediate health care is that not right doc well I don't think I can continue talking you guys have a soul clearly the statement we're just letting was are the major problem with camera that is that the they have in other socialistic type of an approach to healthcare every time that the politicians touch something in healthcare they want that they suffer our two type for population one is that patients suffer pretty bad and the other one is the doctors suffering pretty bad so what the really happened is that the patient have no healthcare and the physicians held their families do not go to medicine and then the next thing that happens you start to have a changes on the healthcare education so what happened you start to have those quoting quote nurse practitioners becoming doctors now medical providers exactly how did the doctors is start to also suffer in a reduction on high beam of training so in the state to have diff different seven years training that the physician needs to have to be able to my tour us said Dr then they start to reduce that number two five years that these now and then they start to reduce that number two four years that a major schools now and then they start to go to how about if we try to years is like which is that in the US that is something Obama that was one of his favorite things to do fast tracking the path to becoming a yeah you need to keep talking about the by Mike Obama's in India it wasn't easy at other times that he was a president and that's the because why we have a problem in the country that's well here but in her in obamacare does destroy healthcare and steal millions of people pay for that one in the state that a lot of people that did the name in the stands what happened in the healthcare thanks to Obama okay let let's talk though about the health care in Canada free it's free there's no price tag some are right well it's not true because really the the taxpayer is being they they division is being tax how much is being tax credit big numbers to be able to pay for the healthcare so to the tune of ten thousand five hundred per year initially they said that the healthcare in Canada the expenses that they count per patient is around seven thousand five hundred per patient per year but then they go and they said everybody is paid around ten thousand five hundred dollars that they come from your pocket gift taxes plus what the government is is using US healthcare right so at the very end nothing is for free now I I have to say that so many people say to you how dare you talk about socialism and the problems in these other countries but you've seen it first hand not only have you seen it in other countries you've seen it right at your own institute where people are fleeing Canada to be treated by you because they were on a wait list for at least a year and they were stunned stunned that they could get care by you a doctor a specialist within days to weeks anytime that you have a problem they they socialistic a type of medicine that divides Z. a service to a patient into three groups one group is pediatrics that these practically being abandoned the kids they need to for bye bye strength anything don't they died that's fine right and they other group does software is the elderly the sixty five years old but they concede that retirees are also a waste for the country so the only thing that they want that they die as soon as possible so they don't use the money of the healthcare so what they do is they restrict the healthcare yeah if you have a problem the United States all your hip and the doctor look at your hip and say you have at the gym at the paper a you are in a lot of pain you need to have surgery you can have surgery the next day right okay if you'll go to Canada a you say that the unit to wait the year before any of that year your to your life the curate so bad not only because you're going to walk so you're going to put a lot of weight not only you're going to put the little white you can if you didn't create problems with your heart emotionally your to press and physically your empire so what you end is being treated after a year or more for something that here we can take in one day and when they treat you you have somebody complications that probably gonna die so Jesus is the problem that the Democrats create they talk about Sir bees to the people for free now is not free his service to the people who can produce some money that these the middle group between twenty and sixty five dot the group is going to be the director of health care because they're paying taxes and they are working the other two group they healthcare for kids in the health care for elderly he's totally abandoned in any socialistic society.

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"mike obama" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

13:54 min | 2 years ago

"mike obama" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"I hope if you're a Democrat you do you do by the way when when when Ted Cruz said that bit O'Rourke wanted to round up your guns political solidified said that he was lying turns out he was right and everybody's talking about this today e I. I'm beginning to wonder if it will work is a plant can't by the Republicans in two thousand Eighteen Beddoe Arocca ran for the Senate in Texas against Ted Cruz he consumed mass resources from the Democrats people around the country poured money into its race that did not go to Stacey Abrams and that did not go to Andrew Gillum who had better shots Abrahams would not have won but got into a runoff. Perhaps Gillam definitely would have one in Florida Lord Claire mccaskill probably would have won her Senate seat back in Missouri. Jon Tester would not have been nearly as close in Montana had he had more resources in a number of other seats around the country in the Senate that we're in play that did not have to be played that the Democrats could have won but did not win except zip better aurore cattle the money in bed or caveat all the money he didn't share with other races. He didn't need all of the money he raised in fact he's able to do what he's doing right now because he raised so so much for the Senate last time and that money could have been spit by Democrats elsewhere in it wasn't an potentially cost them the United States Senate. It's certainly didn't help them. In Texas he came close against Ted Cruz but he was not able to get past Ted Cruz in Texas and now he's out this year and he's got everybody talking about out the Democrats wanting to take your guns that is an issue that polls it sixty percent in the negative sixty percent of Americans not registered voters not likely voters odors not Republicans Not Independent Democrats but sixty percent of all adult Americans oppose gun confiscations from the federal government and that out today after the Democrats debated last night is what everyone is talking about. BETTA will rourke is putting the Democrats on defensive in moving moving the Democrats to the left in a way that actually directly helps Donald Trump. It's the Republicans could not not ask for a better resource in the Democratic Party than Beto Award at this moment but all work stood on stage last night in declared the the United States deeply racist ACIS nation he essentially stood on stage and said the declaration of Independence was ally this is this is what Beto did and and in so doing he puts the Democrats on defense he puts Democrats in a way that makes it difficult for them to to move back to the center because he's going to force you heard the crowd cheer. You heard the crowd get excited did and in getting excited. It's going to force the Democrats to adhere to it. I mean let me let me play you. One one word little clip of better we'll hear from what he said. On the Democratic States last night thankfully he didn't drop any F bombs but listen to this clip to where I called this out in no uncertain terms on August third and every day since then and I was talking about it long before then as well racism I'm in America is indeed. Come on ration- this country not at the fourth of July Seventeen Seventy six but August twentieth sixteen nineteen when the first kidnapped was brought to this country against his will and in bondage and has a slave built the greatness and the success and the wealth but neither he nor his descendants would ever be able to fully participate in and enjoy we have to be able to answer this challenge and it it is found in our education system where in Texas a five year old child in kindergarten is five times as likely to be disciplined or suspended or expelled based on the color of their skin in our healthcare system where there's a maternal mortality crisis three times as deadly for women of color or the fact that there's ten times a wealth in White America because there isn't Black America. I'M GONNA Follow Sheila Jackson lease lead and signed into law a reparations bill that will allow us to address this at its foundation now you we realized he was at a historically black college university. This would obviously play very well there but he his dogmatism on this issue forces all the other Democrats to to decide whether or not they're going to be with him or not and allows reporters the opportunity to ask questions and provides Republicans ammunition in ad campaigns in the general election. The Democrats want to take your guns now. The other thing is I just I really do want to make this point in and I don't mean to be dispirited. Although I know it's going to come across this way you know what better way is better will rourke is well we drive around over near Emery and in Dekalb County area you go down ponts to where the houses get big in the lawns. Get Green Ansley Park around our office in town. There are a lot of white people with beautiful homes and green grass and protest signs signs in their yard or bumper stickers on their car and that's what they do. They don't actually do anything to improve the situation that they they don't actually do anything to get their hands dirty to fix the problems that they claim they elected profess that the country is evil. They nod knowingly only at the New York Times they cheer on Bell Rourke. They occasionally write a check. They sleep well at night knowing that they're protesting because they have a sign in the yard or a bumper Christopher on the back of their car but they actually do anything to fix the problem that that's been a rock. She's like the the the the royds over there nice houses the people in in parts of Atlanta that are very nice very progressive very liberal. They're all white. They still have their Hillary Clinton. Tim Kaine signs of the yard. They'll write a check to a Democrat. They'll they'll nod knowingly they'll support a candidate but they will get their hands dirty to actually help the homeless guy down the street they they won't actually get involved in the city to to get their hands dirty. They want actually Jason Their kid to public school and be engaged in the local public school they they won't do any of that stuff. They'll just nod knowingly that yes. It's a problem while they let other people do it. that's what better work is. He Virtue Signals. Anything's virtue signaling is actually fixing the problem. I just saw the terrain Pius trump story. I think I have seen in years the president the resident is at the g seven or g seven. He's waiting to meet president of Egypt any calls that in a wild voice to a group of usage shit officials. Where's my favorite dictator so you know he's called people for the middle of the night? It is what you say hello. It's your favorite president. It's true that's what he does you answer. The phone is an unlisted number and you think there's going to be an opera him colleges directly. It's your favorite president. I actually I gotTa Click into the story. We'll get back to the we'll get back to the hang on apparently met with stunned silence by all people around the the subtitle this Wall Street Journal Story Quip drew attention to uncomfortable facet of US Egypt relation all right. We'll be back with favorite dictator so trump it is Eric Eric Erickson here the full number four zero four eight seven two zero seven five zero one eight hundred double U. S. B. Talk Maureen Villa Rica. Welcome to the program do you you think he really does understand the storm. That would be released if he actually tried to start taking people's gone okay no he. He doesn't understand it all. He's adult bit. Listen better work in his wife or super rich people in Texas Super Rich White people who culturally appropriated created his nickname is really was Robert Francis he has never had to struggle in his life. His father was a judge in protected him bailed him out of a hit and run. Dui well he went off to college rejected using the name Beddoe when he was with the white kids up in the Ivy League returned back to Texas and beat along serving Hispanic member of Congress to get into Congress and now wants to run around talking about racism and privilege and the like a no better work is one of those people who believes his virtue signal in his activism. He's like a lot of the rich white liberals who live around parts of Atlanta they think that by putting the sign in your yard or on the back of their car that they're actually doing something to change the world as opposed to just emoting and that's what he's doing now you mentioned that though we need to play this clip from Joe Biden. This is very very important accorded to hear Joe Biden of all people be the grownup in the room last night against Comma Harris and I gotta ask when you hear this clip and I really people are or are blasting me for asking this today but seriously was come La- Harris on medication last night because she sounded in some way intoxicated and multiple women including this listen to this you did bring up assault weapons. You did bring up the salt up in many of you have talked about executive orders Senator Harris you have said that you would take executive action on guns within your first one hundred days including banning imports of Ar fifteen assault weapons President Obama after Sandy Hook more than twenty three executive actions and yet here we all are today in recent days former Vice President Biden has said about executive executive orders some really talented people are seeking nomination. They said I'm going to issue an executive order by saying there's no constitutional authority to issue that executive order when they say I'm going to eliminate eliminate assault weapons saying you can't do it by executive order. Any more than trump can do things when he says he can do it by executive order. Does the vice president have a point there some things you you can't. Let's flip Senator Answer. I mean I would just say hey joe. It said it saying we can't let's say yes we can yes we can because I'll tell you something the way that I think about this as on I've seen more autopsy photographs than I care to tell you okay and then she goes down here for there have been two police funerals. That has nothing to do with gone. Here's Joe Biden's state constitution constitution constitution. We gotta do it with with Constitution says and the Democrats are saying. I'll do what executive order on day one pound the desk and I will I will ban. Aarp Barack Mike Obama Clinton do it through executive order. You think you can Kathleen and Roswell welcome to the program hi there my comment comment is the Democrats say they want to help people of color but and then Bego says well. I hate that name Robert Francis says that he wants to pay reparations. What about them encouraging aborting all their babies because they go into neighborhoods with planned parenthood as opposed to be health care for women and it's just a disguise for a boarding black babies eighty of black babies? Being boarded is way above any other group right. You're absolutely right and they they have no rational answer for this in fact there's a writer at vox the left wing side today saying that you know thanks to abortion. Crime is down forty five percent bent and someone says are you implying that you're killing black children through abortion has kept crime low in didn't she deleted her tweet. which makes you wonder very very interesting there now want Whoa I wanNA spend a little more time on job. I actually have a ton of audio from the debate last night. One of the things I WANNA do is to compare and contrast Elizabeth Thwarting Joe Biden you you do need to understand the lay of the land last night. Joe Biden won the debate. Joe Biden didn't win on points he won because no one was successfully able to get a blow on Joe Biden and he held his on in on in the debate last night and Bernie Sanders Bernie Sanders did not and come La- Harris harassed did not did not cory booker did not. I mean listen to this from Cory Booker last night. It's going to leave your head scratching. We are in the reality we all right now because I president of overtly racist policies not four hundred years ago just in my lifetime that we're redlining communities disinvesting in communities and more orange that my kids are not only struggling with racial segregation in housing and the challenges of underfunded schools but they're also struggling with environmental injustice justice if you've talked to someone who's apparent of child has had permanent brain damage because of lead. You'll know this is a national problem because this over three thousand jurisdictions addictions in America were children have more than twice the blood lead levels of Flint Michigan thank you I'm President United States..

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"mike obama" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"mike obama" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Poll finds Americans feel good about the economy in a growing number of Americans credit, you know, who for the improved economy. Triple eight nine seven one S, A, G, E, triple eight nine seven one seven two four three but I. If looks like the infrastructure meeting that the Democrats are gonna have with Donald Trump had resulted in nothing happening on infrastructure. That's good news. I've written two pieces now put them both up on larryelder dot com. About the waste fraud abuse that goes on with these infrastructure projects. More importantly, it is a complete and total refutation of the notion of federalism. Pull out your constitution. Don't wait for the movie article one section eight sets forth, limited duties, responsibilities obligation to the federal government, and they do not include fixing a bridge in Minnesota fixing the damn in Utah. They don't. In all you're doing is encouraging local politicians, not to do it. They need to do not to budget responsibly because they know that the federal government's gonna come in on a white horse in bail them out on a project that the otherwise should've funded himself thought about, when they built it, it is ridiculous, whether it's under Republican or under a democrat, in a lot of people are saying, well of Donald Trump, it's going to give us a going to give us a public private partnership, that's going to be very different than the kind of thing that we normally see a public private plus he's a builder. He's not gonna wait the money like Mike Obama, and I'm sure all that's probably won't waste as much as Obama. Speaking of whom. And public private partnerships involving hug, by the way, all this stuff about hood, and about Ben Carson, not knowing what an Oriole is, why don't we step back and ask the big question is, why do we have a HUD in the first place? Why is the federal government in the housing business in the first place? And these things are often. Done with. Our money, local developer put it up takes great deal of money, and then, because it's not his money doesn't maintain it in the very people living in their begin to complain about one such project called grove park. In Obin in bombers district and during the two thousand eight election the Boston Globe, which is owned by the Washington Post. Surprisingly did. A very scathing article about grove park. And about the rip off and about the people were involved, including, but not limited to Valerie Jarrett. And how the people they are suffering. Now, this is a guy Obama that prides himself on being a community organizer logo guy. But everything he tried to do locally blew up. He got a great deal of money from the Annenberg foundation to change the Chicago schools. They spent almost one hundred million dollars in Obama was was the leading the charge, and by their own admission. After all the money was spent test scores in the Chicago schools, did not increase one despite the expenditure of over a hundred million dollars another hands on project that Obama was involved in is the one called grove park in the Boston Globe is I said, did an expose on the project and they even did this video. Let me play it for you..

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"mike obama" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"mike obama" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"And then we, you know, adapt, according to that so sure not converting because you don't have gene to see six seven seventy which you would need to make metal Tetra hydrofoil reduc tastes, the enzyme which takes the regular b twelve and makes them into middle. Then the majority of people that we see we have them give themselves methyl b twelve shots because the dose is far greater than drops under your tongue or a capsule, and nobody takes the methyl b twelve capsule or pill or liquid comes back and says they feel any different but everybody who's taken the mental b twelve shots that we give them and we teach them how to do. We'll say I can't believe how much better I feel my energy my memory, my word retrieval by focus all of these things. So it's really about your body. Not about the supplement form. And people who have the gene have to take the shots anyhow. But I yeah. Because they're gut maybe, you know, worn out on absorbing will. But we only give methyl b twelve shots to everybody. Because if you can vertu great, it's already there converted so it works right away. If you can't convert it great, it's there so worked right away. I taking either one of their. Balloting. Pab and the other others five thousand Mike Obama's of what's your homocysteine level? What is your homocysteine level? I I don't know. Well, you'd have to know that because if the b twelve that you're using isn't working you homocysteine will be high. Also, you have to test your blood for the c six seven seventeen, gene. You know? So there are more things to look at in just taking a type of b twelve and waiting to see something happened. Just like the gentleman called him before he was taking a thousand milligrams of item in see a day. But most people need to take it three times a day or sometimes two thousand three times a day to really get the the benefits. No. If magnesium oxide, not not not the best choice. But maybe he could take more of it. But it really depends on your body. You can't just say this is better than that. And that's why you know while back. I started saying, you know, it's not about the what's on the label. It's what about your your body needs in? How will you absorb? Maybe you're taking a great vitamin, but you're not taking enough of it. Maybe you're taking great vitamin you take enough that but your guts, not making enough, digestive enzymes or hydrochloric acid to kill germs in your good and help you to break down the food or the vitamin and get into your system. There's a lot of things between the pill and your hand and your blood. So, you know, I mean, that's why he's you mentioned older people need more b twelve. Well. Yeah. Because they they don't absorb well. And if you're absorbing thirty percent and kid is absorbing eighty percent. You have to use more to get that thirty percent to be a bigger number and a lot of people take a lot of b twelve in their levels are high in their blood, but their home assistance still is so they're not converting mummy test. So that's what typically happens. It happens. A lot. The that gene say something or other. Yes. Six seven seventy. Six seven seven. C six number seven number seven letter t. She six seven seven letter t t you don't want me to spill metal duct tapes. I of course, can but. MTA? That's the that's the enzyme. Gene, c six seven seventy there. Two copies of that, gene. And if you do have it you'll make methyl Tetra hydrofoil redubbed tastes, which will convert your b twelve. But if you don't have the gene you won't make the enzyme, you won't convert to be twelve. It doesn't matter which. If I'm taking the mouth of the liquid. One's not. You know generic I have no idea what your digestive absorbed ability is. So I can't answer that. I don't know if you have the gene or not. So I can't answer that. So remember, we have to go with facts from your body from blood test, the big blood tests that I do and not just try to do this or that on your own because you'll never get you'll never get results. And honestly in thirty years of.

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"mike obama" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"mike obama" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg surveillance alongside temp Tom Kaine Jonathan Farrow to as away from the ballot. Let's get you updated on the news you need to know this our future slutty negative down two points. The s&p five hundred in the commodity market. The rally continues its high once again after leaping to a six month. High guest today. United States says any nation that continues to by Ronnie and oil will face sanctions in corporate news so much on the innings from through the week Twitter. Shannon's up more than seven percent, these social media company, helping first-quarter sales. Rejections and it's daily uses also helped analysts estimates Coca-Cola says up more than three percent the beverage companies fest quarter on XP testaments and Janata technologies boosting its profit forecast for the strength in the aerospace market, vests dot com. Two and a half percent. And finally Hasbro Hsieh's up moment. Sixteen percent. The toymaker reporting an unexpected gain in first quarter sales some stories all right now this morning, then some headlines from around the world, let's say good morning to Michael Bach in one of my good morning, gentlemen. Good morning. President Trump has been busy on Twitter this morning. The president shut off eight tweets including this one today. I have as president perhaps the greatest economy in history and to the mainstream media, it means nothing, but it will meanwhile democratic presidential candidate Pete Buddha. Ditch says he believes President Trump has made it pretty clear he deserves impeachment during a CNN townhall meeting last night. Booted says though, he's going to leave it to the house and. Senate to determine the next steps my role in the process is trying to relegate Trumpism to the dust Bennett history. And I think there's no more decisive way to do that especially to get Republicans to abandon this kind of deal with the devil. They made then to have just an absolute thumping at the ballot box for for what that represents during a conference call last night with house. Democrats speaker Nancy Pelosi cautioned against impeachment for now. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and it tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts more than one hundred twenty countries. Michael barr. This is Bloomberg Jonathan Mike Obama. Thank you very much time. Negatively, NBC sports.

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"mike obama" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

08:03 min | 2 years ago

"mike obama" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"MD, and author of devil inside the beltway, our friend. Thank you for joining us again, Mike. I'm well. Good to be here, folks. Hey, now, we have covered this side while this issue from both sides. I mean, we have people on from the movie vacs who were obviously some of the first came out and said, the vaccines cause autism and all these other things, and we recounted by an into it, really. Because of the the quote unquote facts, they were presenting at the time thought is there a link and since then there's been all this other evidence that that's been debunked in these these antibac- are insane. What is your take on the whole thing? Well, first of all we politicize medicine we politicize science with people that go Google school of medicine or pose for playboy and problems. So and it sort of marinates into the culture, and this whole to me this vaccination anxiety is another prong of health for some reason, the younger generations more than the older have they've had their relationship with their physician broken. Didn't even know what that's like they get their information from strangers. They're not educated untrue science. And next thing. You know? I mean, you've got people coming into see their physician to think doctors, and they think that their opinion a fact so they have politicians run medicine. And this is just another example of CS co happens when people think side effect is a problem, and that we're all gonna live together. And if someone else could Vic versus, you know, they don't even remember polio or lunch circulations hospital. So have a pretty strong opinion about the craziness of these people. And now the date. Danger of them. Yeah. And I'm originally from New York lived in Florida for the past thirteen years, but it's crazy to me to see the insanity going on up there. There's I believe de Blasios had a state of emergency or something in Europe in the in the city a lot. They're actually having as we said measles parties where these parents are bringing the children together. So that they can contract measles. So that hopefully, they'll survive and get over and now be immune. So they don't have to get hyped. It doesn't it just so they can avoid a shot. How stupid can you be? Good choir. Now, I mean are how arrogant can you be? And and quite frankly, you know, New York people have gone to jail for intentionally infecting people with HIV when they know they have it. It's true. That's happened to these people toss child abuse. Well, and the thing about vaccines that they don't understand. And I don't know if you can explain a little bit of this to Joe Laymon, Mike, it's it's sort of a what do they call it like a herd mentality, or a pack mentality of immunity where the more people that are inoculated and are now vaccinated and immune to this disease. The better it is for society. Yeah. I just put this in really broad terms since I came from the laboratory medicine, so we're basically a big Petri dish. And each one of you people, sell, and if one if all of you are contaminated hurts all the others in the Hecker. You you want to damage yourself at your own business. You wanna gamble someone else? It's not. Okay. And so it is not this whole personal rights thing. It just isn't. It's so amazing to me. We have to explain this the people that like we are accumulated and and germs transfer. And it does cost us all and, you know, this is not about your right to be whoever you want to be an individual. This is about you know disease, and you can't control mother nature, and she's got a vicious temper, and you don't get to pretend you're not part of the human race and pretty abrupt about it. You can probably tell you why we get you back on the show shoot from the hip. We like it might it's like what should be completely impossible to misunderstand. Different. My grandmother actually had to berkey losses as a child, and it I believe it had killed her father. And she talks about the experience of being ripped apart from her family and being sent to the hospital, and they would strip her and put her outside in the sun, all by herself. So she had all these things ides's, you know, as she got older and she recovered, but that's what they did back then. Yeah. Well, and those stories are not permeating families. And so you've got these subcultures of these loons. I mean, go chambers of the people that do things like have easel parties. I mean it quite easy. And you know, what do they do at the funeral apologize? They do I guess, I guess. I don't know. My my Facebook anti vaccine group was wrong. Now, my child is dead. I just you know, it's very serious. I again, I just I this this type of crazy thinking is what sort of led to ObamaCare. If you ask me. I mean, there's something have something switched tipping point. Well, people decide to call their congressmen when they were ill. And that they bought the story. It's really because we're so spoiled them soft spoiled, we have no experience with disease. Eliminate them. Yes. Something this disease was almost erotic aided these diseases something that is growing in the country because of the amount of people that they are coming from countries that they have no correction over there were not vaccinated, and they have these. I don't understand how long are we going to totally right. These views of nuts really putting in action to the behavior that we have this legal immigration because I know them talking something that maybe not right? But the truth is the enormous amount of changes from this cases seem factions of this coming from outside we have almost Roddick ated these disease. I am now it's paying years ago. I never heard about in the hospital or in my practice cases of missiles, they now is something that these in the mind of everybody in in. How how this site she'll react to this. I've done they send a forty percent of the society blind or dumb, both K in this. This is this is to me totally totally stories kept away because we don't have investigative journalism and the agenda of the left is to bring in illegal immigrants, but they need the votes odors. And so and so they ignore all the consequence. And when a politician gets his hand caught in the cookie jar for making a major mistake like ObamaCare for this. It's the silencing and the media will not report it because the media's completely part of the same, you know, framework. Well, how about this one hot, Geno? Just to interrupt you. Mike Obama also had done away with the law that prohibited people with HIV not telling their partners, and then transferring the disease to them, it's no longer against lock is guess what he thinks that you know, medicines. Okay. And it has it under control closing. Marks by because we're out of time. Well, that is a perfect way to to say way to end because this is exactly what happened the government's not protecting. And the people that are selling you that they are have no experience in medicine. So any politician tells you need a medical expert at tries it do that. That's a big red flag. Stop thing attention, or because we're disease going to permeate culture. Absolutely. Thank you for joining us again, Michael Daugherty medical expert, president and CEO of lab MD and author of devil inside the beltway. Thank you for being on the program again with us. Thicker? He's such a great. This guy. Well, make sure you stay tuned because coming up after the break,.

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"mike obama" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"mike obama" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"They're like, the the Knicks cleared up a bunch of money, and you stopped talking to us in the rumors are that you hear they're going to stay here. You're going to go to New York. So. Why? That's fine. But keep talking after games. Don't disappear. You're the best. You're the best of the best players on that team. If not the best player on that team. It wouldn't have been a big story of Durant told everyone in the media like, hey, guys. I just don't like I'm trying to focus on the season. I don't wanna talk about it. So I'll I'll start speaking again. But let's not talk about you know, he's set a trap because he wanted to make a point because he's defensive because he knows that people know that he's seriously considering the next. That's why that's why that happened. The other start pulling the ballot check and just started saying, I'm focused on whoever the next team is focused on and then do that. And then you'll be known as that guy. That's fine. But don't hide from the media for almost ten days. Well. There's athletes all over the place that don't talk yet. But they're not the best. Second best player in the. I know I know there's also four guys he could always go talk to the other five guys. Did they do they talk every day? He's the only one this talk in for that one nine days stretch. I understand that. I understand that. He definitely could have handled it better. I agree. And I think his only his biggest problem was when he brought the name out there. If he didn't say the name of the guy he could have just e could have been fine. But once he through the name of the guy that all the other reporters. Hey, hold it. Now, you're playing with our guy you called them out by name. So even if they knew who they were talking about, but we can talk about that later darnold. Labor's gonna join us with a lot of bowls conversation at eleven o'clock, Mike Obama and from the ringer talking some baseball still waiting on a couple of guys and baseball training camps spring. Training begins this week. We'll talk some baseball spring training.

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"mike obama" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

05:38 min | 3 years ago

"mike obama" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"It was terrifying. That arise it was just my shadow from the light behind. That's what I was moving. So it was moving. Yeah. I think just people misinterpreting stuff. They don't understand in a bit scared. I I think you might be right. I think in all those three I think we've hit them something. So a proven. So t-4. Yeah. This your first in the room. I used to love t full. I mean, very good job. Yeah. It's great job. And you got to travel the world. I mean, lots of star. Yes. Interview people. Yes. Old of that. I big job. It was pretty much. So did did this graduate trainee scheme a production company? Because when I left university, I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life at all. And so I did some tutoring. And so I was teaching maths and science to kids who very good at it. And generally speaking kids whose parents with very wealthy because that's that's what uterus quite bad in some senses. But they they feel guilty that the school phaser already paying on coin. And so they pay a go light Mace coming. And I ended up purely random obviously tutoring. Ruby wax is Kate's one of whom was cold max. But annoying. Annoying. They took that that's by. So max by which I was come on. But then open go at least when he's dead. We max by his grave. Something gavitt, right? Max by gravy. So don't use a singer. Neil days. My may. I'm just going to down on an sponge off After that, to that. it was a single days max by. Weirdly, I never occurred. I. But. Very very. Occasionally chats to ruby wax, kitchen table, afterwards max, by grapes, and he just saw. What are you doing with your life? I said I've got no idea what he wanted to do with your life. I said maybe tally or something. And she said have you applied for graduate twenty games? I said, no, I didn't know they existed. Do you should apply for this woman? So polite and did that it's not a ringing endorsement of your g string skills. I had what would you rather than this? Because I think a good job for you. If you Mike do. Zero initiative. Looks anything up. So I did that. The production company. I was working for as a junior researcher had not book anyone to do warm up for a studio show. And they knew that I had done did a bit of stand up. And they said, okay, you're gonna you're gonna do that then. And so I did did that and it's quite hard actually warm up because you have to do so forty five minutes of of like nothing really like they don't wanna head jokes stickler. They wanted to play games and have a chat. But but it was kind of a quite enjoyed it. And the doctor going to be thought I was okay at it. And then they sort of going to screen test for some stuff. Right. And so I started doing things off the back of that just blind chance. Yes. Blind. Yeah. It's been so clinging on. So what was your what was your period of t four who will you Mont? It's against some my with real with. I was pitted. With so Steve Jones McCain of Alexa, Chung, and then latterly Jamuna Djamil, Nick Grimshaw thing. That's everyone. I extend Nick Grimshaw, Mike Obama's do. What was he ordering come away? But he puts a lamp shade in habitat, and he left it behind. Oh, it is. Very nearly three give in should take it then Nick Grimshaw or about twenty minutes later came back and realized left Islam shape point, go grim. What my bed? Nice. Nice lampshade. I have the kind of. Level of high cool, it famous people really do not know who I am. But they vaguely familiar with my face, but not enough to be is identify me clearly on. So when people do like half recognize me that they'll often just insists the I am Nick Grimshaw, Greg James, all my favorite. Rick james. Clever amalgamation. And then someone who I'm definitely not. But really? Don't look like any of those people and yet we are just vacantly in the same area..

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"mike obama" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"mike obama" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Mike's in northville, listening to the program wants to talk about mental disorders, Mike. Yeah. That's wonderful. About you know, the I just wondered I had a conversation with a couple of people who were talking about what was happening the border, and it was just it was just. Just unreal. Unreality? I had person talking talking to. Well, they'll never let these people across the border because they don't have blonde hair and blue eyes, you know. And you know, I have blonde hair relies they weren't confrontational. It was just like some something they had taken for granted, you know. And we're trying to convince the. People went on to say, I'm Mike Obama who is trying to bring us together. Trump using you know, racial hatred to drive us apart. And I just thought you know, I had lived the border for years, and I saw the reality of that. Which is you know, a war zone with a hundred thousand people dead and this last. Spillover slots, and you know, it needs to be. But I I question is is this like a mouthful read books indoctrination or projection transfer us on such psychological factors associated with. It was this. Yes, means it's mainstream media misrepresentation because the mainstream media, Mike as you may or may not know never talk about the million plus legal immigrants, we allow into this country from all over the world. I wouldn't care to hazard a guess as to how many of those folks are blue eyed blonds, or what difference it actually makes as long as they are people who agree to enter our country legally, and they do so in over a million a year and have done. So for the last eleven or twelve decades in particular back to the matter is this is not a racial issue. This is a human issue. Mike. Oh, yeah. There's no doubt about it. You know, the issue that I have with it when you know, they don't really talk politics. That's as though this is so such such a delicious so delusional. You know, the situation with the border has nothing to do with any. You know, it is the propaganda that the left mainstream media and the games are pushing. That's right. Reality. And what I wonder is where are these people, and it's just like some sort of mental disorder. I'm really..

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