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"molterer" Discussed on Core IM | Internal Medicine Podcast
"So his next set of questions was actually focused on making sure. The patient was okay. He wanted to know about vital signs. Ortho statics hemoglobin. After that he started exploring the other categories in his scheme he asks for the platelet count and the complete haemogram as you recall she was anemic but play. The cat normal then again doesn't sound to me like a platelet disorder. Because it's it's a late in referring while the men arrages meno medoro asia. I think is typical of von wilburns disease since late and recurrent leading in that makes me think more of a bleeding disorder or a local saw tissue disorder instead of looking down the unwilling brain syndrome. Pathway again if she did have a pathology. I would call. I would look there to see. Is there something else there right. That's left behind But i can't do that then. I think Since then i think. I'm going to start doing acid coagulation. Assays just point out quickly. This is the second time that he's emphasize the delayed onset and the recurrent nature of this patients bleeding. It's a critical clue that the problem lies. Not in the formation of the platelet. Plug i e primary hema stasis that would cause immediate bleeding again. He's already suspicious. I soft tissue disorder. But with analogy report pending. He plays along and he starts to order coagulation studies. There's some simple testing metareum. That can be helpful right in terms of thinking about bleeding If if i want to do my deductive method and we have our pro-trump and time and are partial trauma classes time respectively. Both of them can be helpful in thinking about the common final pathway of coagulation cascade and the the program in time for the extrinsic seven factor seven seven and and the pt for intrinsic. Which i think are Eight nine eleven nine eleven twelve plus the common pathway so what is their. Pg which this laboratory okay. Pg twenty three point nine again laboratories so these being normal. It doesn't totally rule out coagulation disorder. But it makes it less likely that it is something to do with next intrinsic pathway. It could be factor. One receptor to If it was a vitamin k deficiency although that can affect factor which it also affects factor. Seven and nine and ten might even k. deficiency generally doesn't occur with now just malnutrition usually malnourished and on his office. Speaking of which she is her diet. Okay cindy the way. He explicitly talked about the factors. Here kind of stuck with me. He could have just asked for the p. T. npt instead. He runs through the factors that contribute to each before asking for the result as lhasa surprising. I mean that's the way it was taught in medical school. No i'm not saying it's arcane knowledge. I mean yes. I also remember the factors from med school. Maybe maybe with some effort. I don't. i'm sure you could recall them with effort. And but to be honest somewhere in the ten years between when we learned the cascade and today my brain just decided to stop carrying about which factors were part of what pathway and justified this by saying that in the real world as a general internist being able to see an isolated pt prolongation for example. And just recognize. Okay that's an extrinsic. Pathway problem i should think about war friend vitamin k deficiency liver disease so most of that time that abridged model of pathophysiology. That is good enough in daily practice. You're seeing it's almost like there's a level pathophysiology that's now worth remembering. Once i entered a clinical world certain things. Just don't apply in real life anymore. I mean don't tell my medical students. I said that but yeah basically Feel like pathophysiology is kind of like an ocean. I could dive deeper and deeper but beyond a certain depth. It's just too dark uncertain and cold and style. I drown so that's why i was surprised that are discussing. Has the factors the regulation factors in his working memory. He retrieves those details with such ease. And there's a part of me that wondered like why does he bother to remember that. Should i bother number that. Isn't it distracting. This became a recurring theme during our interview over and over again doctor. Osman would get very granular in his discussion of pathophysiology. And while cindy and. I certainly entertained the possibility that this was just because his teaching mode was engaged. He has a reputation within our group. For just having prodigious prodigious knowledge it honestly it felt like more than that it felt like these asides were in fact part of his diagnostic process. It wouldn't be. It's less likely to be. i think. Type one von will of rand's where you get factor eight but acquired von will brands disease with like a Whether it's from a high flow state or a like a white a arctic para valvular league or a mile plastics syndrome. They often have. They will have a normal willow brand factor level. Normal wrist ascendancy tests. I don't really remember exactly the details of that and it will have normal factory pt. But they're losing their large grant factor multiple errors. That are the most important ones in terms of of clotting. That's something i would think about So so Did she get an evaluation for that. Just to remind you of those results remember both the quantitative and qualitative on willow branch factor assays. Were normal as was the factor eight activity essay. So it makes it less likely but it's not sensitive at all for certain conditions and the problem is the diagnosis is made by this vonleh brandon. Molterer say that is usually not done in most hospitals in his operator dependence. I would you know if i think she has acquired. Von wilburns is one good reason. Why right so. I'm still looking..
"molterer" Discussed on Android Central Podcast
"When it came out carnitine. They proved me wrong phone awful. That was back in the day when molterer obsessed with Amyloid screw up pixel called screen door big a quad. Something penn tile pal. Yeah thank you. That's like a curse word. My brain is just a rejected it completely. Yeah pensyl- that had one of the worst penthouse screens. I think i'd ever seen now in seven and it was pensyl- and you could see every fucking pixel awful all all. Did you my swear jar. I'm just filthy rich. I'd break those alka. We have broken that out for g pie. 'cause really screw him now and forever for all the things he said about how wide ban with three megabit up or three megabit now was reasonable. There's the fog is done. We're gonna hand on that goodbye. We'll get you all next week. Journey dan at gb l. and happy or wh- making us happy. But i actually think jerry should end the show because he does it better than i do. Ara what's making you happy this week. Well we got a new president which was awesome but I actually missed most of the inauguration. Because i went strawberry picking for the first time this year and that felt great and then i went to the park for the first time that night. Yeah that night. I've been to Twice and i finally started walking again in my legs and my backer sore because of that. But i don't mind because it's actually me being able to get out of the house and get fit again. January in florida incredibly eighty-five on monday. Houma god because in february it'll be hundred and sixty two. Yeah that's. I'm not looking forward to the eighty five degrees. If for no other reason than i wanted to go take more photos of laptops and that means that my bags just going to be sweaty from having my backpack against it all afternoon and poor erez sweat. Come on.
"molterer" Discussed on Adult Beverage Podcast
"Jason would rather just lay there walk right into that. Didn't I shit. Okay. All right I heard it. Georgia. Home now. I thought that the quarry scene was amazing because it was so much awkward if. You forgot already that these kids are awkward. I'm surprised that Eddie in that water because. Person who goes there might be snakes war might be. Things. We don't understand what about in Syria. It's not like. Water, it's gross. One of the things that. The director talk about on that same was the spending sense and he said. You know we grew up in our time and everybody knew how to spit these kids don't know how to spit nowadays you know so. Honestly. I'm not I've never been. On them and let them hang out there. No one's GONNA. Hang out. Our sponsors. podcast brought to you by. What our favorite. Favorite Tequila. Johnny Jackson Tunes Check out here. Real brass. Let's. Oh and we did we talk about the opening scene. I already forgot it's been avenue. Mortifying. Glanced around on it. Good. I don't remember the original actually. pennywise eating the arm off of George. I didn't remember that it was set Hokey it's leaving. Walking, across the street with his one arm ran. And you're just like. They. Don't kill kids in movies. What is going on right now? Taboo. For. Movies for sure. Cat. Saw It all and said, nothing my God. Thank you kept. That cat has PTSD. Ties. meow. Now hoped on that. All right. We. Talked to him. But yeah. I thought that was. A very horrifying way to start the movie off especially. Bill Georgie and they're just like he needs. That kind that practically lost. Yeah. I thought I've got older brothers. It's not how she goes. Let's not at all. It. Isn't. That's how you went on strike. was locking the door behind after a beating. Now you get to the bottom. Emotionally. Psychologically and physically. Where we end up, we all float down here. nope. nope. Brothers brothers on my head. So I'm not floating at all in fact, I'm drowning. Out and I can't read. Then they pull you up and go. Were you okay. crisslow tapping out to a big brother that doesn't count. Now there's no tapping. Tavern Allah hit them. Out But they still. Call. Hope you get up because they don't want to get in trouble only reason why it's a concern. Hurt him permanently relieving marks. I thought this one was a little more interesting in the in the way that they dealt into the tunnel system to. Then the then the first one I thought it was a little bit more elaborate in that side of it did did you like the part? Let me ask this question because for each person I think it can come off either way. Did you like when they were above ground or when they were below ground more what was more exciting to you about this film? They're both signing. Yeah I thought. It was exciting when he built up the whole theory of the tunnel system with the habit trail. SMART when I was at a while, we also don't have gerbils. Part of. His Dad's kind of Douche he's dead. He's dead because that's what you need to shout at your young son he's Dad. What you bring up a good point with about the dead because I never like that. Just, like my dad is just cooler, the Matt and he has shift together a little bit more not to say that he's experienced that kind of trauma before has a parent but. I. Didn't love that but I did like who's little fat kid again then Carlisle Ben he was very. Very good her mind grainger of the movie, right? It was like. HOW ARE WE GONNA WE'RE GONNA get some exposition like tell us what's going on someone's gotTa know their Shit so little fat kids a historian and I I love him for it. He's awesome. He's great and he was very necessary on the block played precocious. He played precocious very well, and you know he's fat. So we stayed home a lot. I get it. We got him Nevio. Good parent in this whole movie. What I was getting too. So there was a reason why they had to make the data Dick because they wanted to separate them from the kids. So the kids are on their own doing this and figuring this out, and they're also the the pray. As a result of these things to I think all parents say beverly stood touches her inappropriately. Penalties days intervening in their parents to force them away from the parents. So like is he? Molterer. Seeing like as he making the dad touch beverly because obviously he's touching beverly. To drive away towards. The. Parents can't see any of the blood or To other you know kind of separation between the two interesting now I never thought about it. pennywise being a sort of prime mover of their attitudes towards your kids or whatever. That's okay. My or was it never wait seperation the kids you know showing Their kids and their have their mindset is different than the adults. Purity, right that's also why pennywise likes them right. There's something about kids that are like a more pure. Throughout all history and innocence. 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"molterer" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast
"It because they don't understand the software that was controlling the thing which was lab you and when I got there I let the food science, pilot plant. Manager Geoff Class I let him know that I was interested in in a plant job or a job in the bring science department of some sort, and they had this thing that was kind of collecting dust for a term, no-one had gotten any good results from it and they're like. What are you know about lab? You and I was like. Oh I know. Know, how to use lab you? Because I went to engineering school so I was put in charge of it in order to try to make good mall, but also to write up a list of things they could modify, or that would help make better. Mal was given a lot of textbooks about malting in sort of free rein to to have at the project. Have about the problem and I do my free time, so and malting ticks forever. It's really hard I. have so much respect for monsters as a result of this project. It's really difficult and I made some okay mall, but at the end of the end of the end of the thing when I left school I turned in a paper with a list of. Suggested modifications they can make. That would help make better mon-, but it was. It's an all in one chamber, so you could do the couching step. It's called, which is just soaking in water, and you want so the barley kernels until they hit a certain moisture content, which is like forty six percent, if I recall and then after that you drain it and you. You. Want certain amount of airflow to get germination going, and then after a few days germination, you have the Chit that comes out the bottom of the kernel, and then you have this thing called Acura fire that starts to grow up the colonel when the spire reaches seventy five percent of the colonel length. It's ready to kill him and so then dry it out. And then when it hits of moisture content to fifteen percent, you can turn on the heat and killing it to a dryness level appropriate for pills or malt. We were just making baseball with this thing. It wasn't capable of hitting. The temperatures required to make any type of crystal mall or Darth, Maul. It had a lot of modifications that would need to be installed before it could hit those temperatures, but anyway it was a fun project and I have nothing, but the most respect for for monsters, especially the ones. Ones that figured this out hundreds of years ago before we had like you know real time temperature monitoring to see where the problems are and what changes need to be made, and all that it was a project. The mini Malter is i. don't even know where it is now at for a little while it was great, Western malting in Vancouver and they. They. They had installed it there after sending out after Oregon State's ended out for some modifications. It went to Great Western, and it became part of their pilot multi program I don't think it's there anymore, but great western does have their own malt are indecency which has a mini molterer and a mini, little brew house and stuff and they do some fun. Fun. Projects there while been great good stuff. If people want to keep up with what's happening with locks and Farmhouse Ales, where should they go? Thanks for asking you can go to farmhouse beer, dot, com, or check us out on instagram laws in fairmount sales or on facebook locks farmhouse Ales. Thanks Tim Brian. Silent Nathan. We've really appreciated avenues on and. Go on their check out. What's going on with the lager program? We have cans. We have home delivery in Washington and Oregon. We got plenty of Brett. Cezanne's Fruit Beers. Our Beer's etc. Guys love awesome. Thanks, guys. We were really appreciate it. Thank you well. That does about wrapping up for this episode of the Beer Guy's radio show. Join US next week is Brian. We're getting crazy Brian we're GonNa Talk Kombucha what fear fermented foods we're going to have cultured south in the studio. Those even real things they are real things, and we are using the radio as a an outlet to talk about our pandemic hobbies. Other firm and things other than beer that we love as well. We are Bir guys on facebook. Twitter and instagram follow US along for more craft beer news. Thanks for tuning in have a great week and don't forget to drink local cheers..
"molterer" Discussed on DV Radio
"The rain evenly goes around the umbrella. When you tilt it to one side, you get more rain on one side than you do the other right or wrong. Okay same way with funding. When they wanted to go to a certain place, it's going to go to a certain place when they are doing the right thing and Walter, you know, be quote, unquote equal. It's all going to be. It's not as much as it is people that give this shit at these clinics I add an awesome fucking nurse at one of my the clinics. And because she stood up for me. I'm almost positive. Because within a month, she was yawn and transferred out of state. I'm almost positive. The good ones that try to stand up for most vets in these. Bad Clinics hospitals and I don't WanNA say bad as an overall term, but with the bad. People they get transferred not out of town and she was also. She went to bat for me, so many Tom because nobody was listening, and they were throwing me around like a rag doll, and she's no longer there. They transferred her out no reason they said that it came down from the top and I'm like. Okay, and that's when my eyes started did really open up a Mike. I'm not a fucking year anymore, but yeah. Wonder if. Your. Children. But again is also changed his obviously, I haven't seen the dock shed the. Cost. That's wonderful. I love that. I love that I'm having. Let me, get like this notion. Crawling. If your steps in your house and your seven year old son is watching you that. Thanks, you're playing because. You can joke with a lot claims lot. When the you're supposed to Sir in. You're supposed you don't get me wrong right, but You have to yell at him. No, he's not playing this time. You know stuff, stop it! Directly in vain that's. Yes, definitely second your pain dead. Oh! Grandma built. We'll show you. Get that canes way. It's alar Boston anyway. Anyway, your switch boy, grabbing green either that Greenland. Yeah, go ahead billboard, right? Did one or the? Oh Shit hold on one second. One. But Yeah I won a not not for nothing owned man I'm happy for you. Guys Egged. I'm still having the time eating getting scene. Because when I came off duty. Oh. It was. I came off active duty. I was supposed to receive a call. which is normal? You come off active duty you receive. Everything fine well I came back to duty. Wish to the IRR. That every you know nothing issue, but then they gave orders to go to Ghanistan directly after I came off. In January. Well I'm not going to Ghanistan. Sorry! No, thank you. So when that happened. They. Go. But they didn't kill the yours now wasn't getting. Hey! But what what did happen worth? It changed me from getting. Her from having regular Wolfram from having reserve, try care or trike diverse elective my. TRICARE PRI-. Well everyone knows and you try your prime. You have to go to the like the serve member has to go to see the doctor on post. Will where I live in Florida the nearest post is three hours away. So when I actually went to that post because I finally. Let me, just try it. She was going to go on whatever. They're telling me. I can't be seen I don't have to post. Up She's. I'm likes but I don't. But I. Try to sell me that I have to go from Florida back to North Carolina to actually see the actually. No, because when I looked at these orders, it didn't have a place. It didn't actually have a area I was I was going to. That was in America so I couldn't get seen anywhere. So I'm still dealing with that, and thus that problem when I was a pendant. Why was a reservist? I was active duty dependent and I was living in the DC area, so I was like. Oh. I need to go to the dentist I'm. GonNa have to go to wall to read. Molterer was like Oh. No, you can't go here. You have to go to wherever the post is. Will he was in the Middle East? Why I'M NOT GONNA. Go there to go to the damn dentist exactly. Exactly, and my family's have new the what you just described as off families having to do right now and I'm like look man. I'm not sending my my my toddler three hours. He is so note. You. GUYS ARE GONNA. Fix something and I've I've I've I've made? The request of the request made the request not sound like an extra question to the congressman. Out The OPO congressional no. Was Zero Care I. Don't blame you. Nonsense! I don't blame you at all. What it's like. When? I was trying to get the room. Everybody wines. We me and say unoccupied guilt one. Hours tired of it, and I was like you know what. I'm going to write to the state. Virginia Foxx whether your thoughts are for her against her has done a lot for veterans and getting a what. Shit done in North Carolina and even though she's out of my district, I was like the least i. can do is try right. So I wrote to her about the bullshit have had to endure with the DA, and I had one of my doctors even right own to. And within a week of me, getting a letter from her within a week. The VA headquarters for housing out of the Lanna Georgia called me and personally said Hey. We just got a letter that you need a death of housing and Blah Blah Blah and I'm like Funny. So now can get And if that doesn't tell you that, sometimes, you have to take that step above and beyond. Quote Unquote chain of command..
"molterer" Discussed on AstroC?bala C?smica
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"molterer" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And he ran, an iron man as we can madman. I did complete my, my first full ironman this last weekend and not only is my body, a little banged up, but my, my throat lungs are a little banged up to. Everything's just a little bit tired. And so I, I was as I was getting ready for the show today. I bumped into a friend in the hallway and, and I said, we're going to have it's going to be like James Earl Jones is hosting the show today, because my throat is a little a little banged up which takes me down in October two, but excited to be with you to hang on as best as I can have Larry here who usually carries the bulk of the show. So anyway, that's why we call him the brains of the operation. We're always trying to tap into those golden nuggets that Larry has to share with us, and the and the different things that this instructor team or a really rolling out with the new traders and the experienced traders out there in the world, really help them reach those goals to help them. See what it takes to really develop those skills that can that can help people reach those, those cash flow goals inside of the financial markets. And that's where we're gonna talk about here today, especially with the market lately. I mean we've had so much volatility out there and we it's funny when we say that because I mean Larry, we say that every week we're like, oh man so much volatility. But it's true. I mean you look at you look at volatility scale over the last two hundred years, all things do is get more volatile. They don't get less volatile, especially as we get to these to these higher price points. You know, you start to see that two point move of that three point move ends up being like hundreds and hundreds and even thousands of dollars sometimes because we're at such high prices, but a lot of things that we can talk about on the show. But definitely with the volatility, we always try to stay focused on things that, that you are financial family are radio family out. There is most concerned about markets can go up markets go down markets can go sideways. And how is it that we can start generating cash flow? No matter what direction the markets are going. So that's always one of the topics we like to jump onto. I is really getting into what on earth? What are the processes, one of the steps, one of the things that we can focus on? Really? So we can build those skills we can build the abilities to generate casual and Larry right now, volatility Markson got Marcus, Marcus go sideways. What's the guidelines are what's the golden nuggets that you raining down on the students right now to help them get going? Well, first thing you gotta look at it. And this is the biggest question we normally get is. How do you trade, this kind of a market? I mean one day it's up one day it's down. Now, many people will look at this and go, it's very frustrating where most of our students are looking at this is what a great opportunity when you can get great volatility like this with these kind of swings. You know, we're really gets boring to us is when the market's just go sideways, and they don't really do anything here. You're getting a lot of great activity. So one of the reasons why so many people feel stuck and they get kind of caught in these in these market volatility swings is because of the fact that they're used to trading one way. Right. Ryan with Mark. It goes up. They make money when the market's go down. It's a bad thing. Well, one of the things we focus on here at the academy just like banks do is you want to make money, regardless of what direction the markets are going in the markets are going up today. You look for opportunities to go along when the markets are going down today you're looking for opportunities to go short. So we really don't chain ourselves into one school of thought, and unfortunately, most people out there that might be listening. You've been taught something your entire life, and you can't really fault yourself because, you know what, you know, but the important thing is the more you educate yourself and understand that, there are better ways to do things we always talk about this, all the time, the right way of doing things you to learn that there's opportunities in any day to be able to look for chances to make income. And if you're able to learn simple steps, new understand, and your coach -able than this is something that you can put into your toolbox. A lot of people, the one thing in their toolbox for an income stream as their j o b which stands for just over brow just. Broke in. So a lot of people right now to typically, I think, right now Ryan, we're up to about eight out of ten people right now are living paycheck to paycheck, think about that. Eighty percent of the people out there are one paycheck away from poverty, so it's really important right now to even have a better plan. I wouldn't even call it plan, be it should be your plan. A is what will you do if all of a sudden, the markets, correct? There's a great change in volatility. Money's not being made because people get more nervous or not going to go out and consume as much and as a result. What happens next your boss starts laying people off because he can't make payroll. So this is reality. And you can go back to two thousand eight and see that play out. But you know, we don't know we're moving into right now. We've had a huge huge bull market. I mean probably the largest one right now in history. And as we know there are always going to be some corrections coming in. Yeah. Absolutely. And when we are looking at you're looking at that J O B situation, and you're talking about plan versus plan B and how having multiple streams of income really should be plan, a right because. Not only what if the markets went down. But when you look at all the layoffs like you were talking about that do happen, when the economy tightens up, and when we take a step backwards, as far as economically, you know, the thing that ends up happening is not only what if the market would now but what if you lost your job, you know how many other income streams do you have to fall back on right now? Or would your lifestyle really, really take a hit? If you lost your J O B right now because that's one of the big things that can happen at any point in time. All of a sudden, all of a sudden, the rug is pulled out from underneath, at a at the workplace and it's like man, what do we do? Well, now it's crunch time now. We've gotta tighten everything up as you look at the average millionaire, and they have multiple streams of income and needs, like five or six on average is how many streams of income, they have that way that way one goes away. It's no big deal. Maybe it does take a little bit of a pullback there in the lifestyle for a couple days, maybe a couple of weeks. Well, they've silicate kind of getting another one going, but there's never this. Oh my goodness. What are we going to do? How are we going to pay the bills? We're just gonna have to use our credit cards. There's, there's nothing. There's nothing that goes on like that because there's Molterer sources of income coming in. And that's one of those, those key things focus on just in life. And to make sure you have as many sources of income. As you possibly can. And if you're doing something right now or if your lifestyle right now is in a situation where you feel like if you lost your job, then you would be a lot of risk, right? If that's the situation there in, then it's time to try something new. It's time to try something else to add into your life, rather than just sitting there doing that same old kind of rat race running on that same hamster wheel over and over and really not getting aware, you know, change the trajectory changed the path, if you wanna have a if you want to have a different result, and we can help out with that, you know, we can help out on the educational side of it. If you're willing to put in the time you're willing to put in the work that we can help out on the education side of it. And right now, even have some tickets, we can give away to one of our classes help you get started. But as always, I only do it as long as Larry says, it's okay..
"molterer" Discussed on Thunder Radio
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"molterer" Discussed on WSB-AM
"I got an update before we go back to the pecan pecan. Can I play some audio here longoria? So obviously we follow the breaking news yesterday of the Notre Dom fire. There's another thing linguistically Notre Dom The Hunchback of Notre Dom. Or did we call it The Hunchback of Notre Dame? I say Notre Dame. Just because it's been American Merican is speak from the school here in Atlanta in light in America. We call Notre Dame, but the cathedral cathedrals Notre Dom. Anyway, here's the latest the update on that situation from ABC radio. It's inexpensive proposition to rebuild. Notre Dom before the fire a group called friends of Notre Dame estimated the cathedral needed one hundred fifty million euros in restoration. Now with nearly destroyed. Hundreds of millions of euros have poured in just a few of the well, no names include Bernard Arnault, the French billionaire behind Louis Vitton, who has pledged two hundred million euros Francois. And repent elt. The CEO of caring group, which owns Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent has pledged one hundred million euros, even Apple's Tim cook tweeted, his company will be donating to the effort as well. Mark Remillard, ABC news. They're saying it's going to be a billion dollar rebuild. And it could take ten years. That's incredible. To me. They have to very specific to kind of keep the gothic store. Go in there and make Chuck doing drywall, you know. You've got to get in there and dry. No. You are sure. You know, if you wanna drywall, my rustic. Yeah. A lot of stone on the guys built eighty five back in to handle knock that out and buy some good news on this story. Again, no fatalities, which is awesome. And they saved a lot of the the the Catholic treasures in their Deb. And we worried about the thing glass windows, apparently some of those have been saved. The main ones. Okay. The main one is okay. The bell is in good shape. The cathedral's main bell what else to save the crown of thorn. The crowd of thorns was is like the the number one thing that they had in their. They also saved. Oh, it's not confirmed. Whether they've saved items such as the fragment of the true cross and one of the holy nails. Yeah. The I saw a documentary about that. So there's there's so many. I mean, I'm not pooh-poohing any of this because listen, I respect everything. But the I saw a documentary that if you add it up all the people that claim to have a piece of the Holy Cross. It's like bigger than the Brooklyn Bridge. Totally seem like there's a lot of churches. I we've got you know, it's just too much. There's too much allegedly out there. But I never heard about the actual nail the holy nails. That's multiple males. Yeah. That's probably just as many nails floating around. So hopefully, yeah, exactly. So hopefully, those have been been saved major artworks have been saved so good stuff. So apparently they had enough time because the fire started up at the top where they're doing the renovation, and they were able to get all that a lot of the stuff out before the fire spread is as big as it was. So I just wanted to update you on that story again sad story. But I, you know, the talk in the newsroom this weekend or this morning after the show what I said yesterday like please are planning to go back to church now they're going to donate to their church because they realize it, unfortunately takes us aveer incident. Like this to reaffirm like, oh, yeah. I need to revisit my faith in what was Eriksson's take on this, by the way. I know he's not Catholic. But. What was what was he saying about Chuck just that it was, you know, it's it's an incredible loss. They were able to save a tremendous amount of it. But just how much that building actually mean. Yeah. I mean a across a lot of societies and cultures. Yeah. Religion. And everything else. If you take the religion out of it, just architecturally, and structurally and historically. It's it's it's an amazing. They just couldn't even they still could figure out exactly how they built the roof. Yeah. Like that blows me away that even like structural engineers, aren't exactly sure how they did. It you think they can do it with a three D printer. Now, like just nothing on Twitter that they have such detailed plans from three D printing of the entire thing. It's going to help them Jordan and part of the revealed. Yeah. Which is also an unbelievable. All right back to the phones. Four zero four eight seven two zero seven fifty Peggy joins us in Conyers. Peggy welcome into the Mark Arum show. Hey, Peggy how you doing? Excellent. How you doing? I'm good. Born and raised in Atlanta. My parents owned a restaurant maintenance three for twenty seven years. Oh my God. Yes. It was the best. And I wish they were still alive and still had it. But anyway, we started pecan pie. Pecan pie not pecan pie. No, all right, and my dad's favorite ice cream was better becoming. Yeah. That's the only time I said pecan what was the what was the name of the mean three. If you don't mind me asking had a degree. I would've weighed nine hundred pounds of my parents owned a meat and three definite. I'm telling the amount mass. The best cooks ever an at this time of the day. I'm a catch twenty two wake up at four PM. Sometimes I eat before the show. But then I get sluggish. Sometimes I wait I waited today and around this time if I don't eat, I'm so hungry. So the the food the conversations going to shift the food really quick longoria victory warrant af Prentice joins us on the Mark air Shohei Prentice. Hey, mark. How you doing? Excellent. What's going on? You know, I'm a on. God myself. I grew up in South Carolina. But. Prentice? Call back buddy, we lost. You there? Dan's up next on the show. Hey, dan. Hey, how you doing brother? What's cooking when we're retain? We used to go to Panama City. I mean, they don't be fought. And why used to drive my parents crazy stuff? It stuck you can get a pecan roll. But my mother really make homemade pecan pie. So it just depended on how how the the the nut was served. Yeah. The pecan roll handed advantage in you know, we stop it stuck. We drive them crazy salvage. I like. Anymore? They're still around stuck. He's still around here. Yeah. Pecan roles. Is that funny though? So everywhere else you called it a pecan. But when it was in a role form you call the pecan pecan. Yeah. Yeah. I here's another one. Here's another from this linguistic map, caramel. Do you what how do you pronounce that? To me care Mellon Carmela two separate things. Really? What are the difference? Is a food where Carmel is a color. Okay. What about Carmel Carmel fancy? You fac- eskimo care or mill caramel Carmel, an interesting, I the map. Yeah. Agrees with you guys caramel caramel is southeast. So basically, here's the map. Here's the caramel map. The east coast is caramel the rest of the country's Carmel care mouse towns fancy to meet care male caramel, caramel milk that the long Carmel car. I would like a caramel Sunday with pecans served on my aunt's fine, China, you know, that you're also fancy around here. Yes. There's another one the south. Apparently, it's it's care mill. But the western folk karma, Montana, Wisconsin, Mexico. It's Carmel which sounds that's how could that fancy Carmel? Caramel sounds fancier to me then caramel dip that the con- in some Kara Carmel. To my dog Brits up next to the market of show. Hello brit. Hey, mark. How you doing? Excellent. What's cooking, buddy? So I would like to end the debate on the Khan vs became, okay? Please. So I grew up on a on a spot of land where it's a Congolese congress. Okay. Yes. Out a help plant trees on this Congo's K fifteen years ago. So. By the farmer. Standard is an out because. Okay. End of story where where it was this where it was this grove. It was in Georgia. Okay. Is a very small town and just west of Molterer you which is weird because we had that lady from Tipton that called them pecans. That's too far. Right. It's not that far all but trusting more grows to the west. Yeah. And it's it's you call it pecan pie. Then. Yes, absolutely pecan roll. Become role. Yes. Apple really, not pecan roll. No. Care Meller Carmel. Oh for me Carmel, but you see all fancy people. You guys are too fancy for me. Con Carmel that'd be good combination. Yeah. Isn't that? What conrol is though pecan roll? We've got Prentice back Prentice. You there buddy? Hey, Mark about. That's okay, sir. Hey, so pecan myself. I'm grew up in South Carolina. But I've got another one that just kinda makes me grab a t. Okay. Euro and gyro, well, it's the proper pronunciation, and we've had chef Pano on Pano have already hammered is. It's of course, yearo, but I grew up on at a gyro. Yeah. For some reason that just second I accept everything else. But for some reason that just makes my teeth. So when I say gyro that annoys you when I say gyro. A little bit. Yeah. I don't know. But everybody else, of course, of course, it depends on the setting like my default is gyro. But if I'm in a fancier setting, I'll say euro, but I don't like saying it, but I I understand that tomato. No one in the world calls it a tomato right now. Anyway, todd. Oh. Potato potato tomato tomato Prentice. Thanks for calling back. Gyros are so good. They are did you have those going up. I did not have them growing up. But I did I didn't grow up with what about in Montana there any anywhere in Montana to get gyro..
"molterer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"So, you know, the midwest dairy folks are responsible every year in that Deary building that beautiful beautiful just to list airy building at the Minnesota state, fair, currencies jerseys and Holstein's. Okay. That's neither here nor there. But at the dairy barn every year, they got this their favorite Sunday of the year. They call it. I don't know flavor of the fair twenty nineteenth flavor of of the fair is up for debate. Okay. And we need to vote because there are three options, and they do this every year. And I know we've talked about this in years past so prince's k the Milky Way posted this thing, and we'll put a link on our website, put it on social media as well. You can vote for your favorite flavor of the fair, and you can have a Sunday with this. You can have a Molterer shake with us. There are three flavors this year. Now, the flavor the that are currently in the lead trash, and so we. Flavors, but they're just not the razzle dazzle of the one that is currently bringing up the rear, and it it it really needs to shine. We wanted to shine out the rear. Here's the deal. Stop it. This is not for serious right now. We're being very serious there. Three flavors, and I wanna walk you through each ones. And then I'll tell you which ones in the lead, which one you need to vote for. Okay. This is really a self serving experience. It's good serve. Ving into my mouth. Yeah. Exactly serve. Everybody time there. There is the following mint a soda nice to name a cute name. I will give him that just like true Minnesotans the flavors and this option mingle nicely together. Chocolate mint cookies. Mint syrup hem chocolate drizzle over a smooth bed of vanilla ice cream, or malt. It's fine. It's not like terrible. It's fine. It's a cute name. Nice. Okay. Here's the actually call it. It's fine. It's fine. It's fine. Sounds interesting. That's okay. Sure. I'll have that. Okay. Then there's something called late summer dream now. I'm just going to be real upfront this garbage. And if anybody out there wants this I pray for you at night late summer dream. You don't have to just dream about this flavor combo the folks midwest dairy have made it a reality. The rich vanilla ice cream were malt topped with zesty orange marmalade and crunchy vanilla we thank you have you thinking of warm sunny days long after the summer sun has set personally victimized. Some jelly on your. No, no. Orange marmalade has no. Eight year by a screen like, oh, look there's some sugar syrup with some orange Ryan's. That sounds amazing. What I'm gonna do? I'm going to empty the Marley pack, Richard. Marmalade we cream and give me some of those stale nila wafers nobody wants to eat, but should do. Because it's the only thing. The thing they have a surplus of those things those are the I chose the marmalade Milas if you just joined us cast your vote for the twenty nineteen flavor of the year at the Minnesota dairy, burn. It's where we get our shakes malts and creamy dairy surprises during the state fair, so far I've given you Minnesota nice cute name late summer dream. That's more like late summer nightmare. And. You can vote for the one birthday batter blast. I guess. Ready? Love it. I love it. It's very active. It's just last week. I feel like I feel movement. You. This flavor combines the great Minnesota get together with birthdays to things we look forward to all year round. Celebrate with creamy vanilla ice cream or molt topped with birthday cake bites and rainbow sprinkles, okay? Tickets. Let me just try this out. Let me try this out ready. Hey kids. He wants the marmalade nila wavered could wants marmalade. Okay. How about we tried this? Hey kids. He wants them birthday cake chunks and sprinkles. Thank you. That's the one that should be waiting. Here's what should make you feel sad about the universe that we live in currently on their website. And again, I will post this because you need to vote for birthday batter. Blast. Minnesota nice is leading barely against late summer dream. So there's a birthday better blast is literally in last place at twenty nine point eight percent unacceptable who in their right mind. You guys there is a chance that there will be an orange marmalade at the Minnesota, spare this nasty if that happened us that can't happen. Okay. I'm gonna post more faith in two thousand nine hundred immediately. Everybody batter blast. We need to move. That thing to the top. We come back on the Colleen and Bradley show. It's time for dumb people.
"molterer" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Now caravans walking right through Mexico till Mexico's top they can stop them, but they chose not to now they're gonna stop and if they don't stop with closing the border Trump's and he's cutting aid payments to three country, I've ended payments to Guatemala Honduras, Adele, Salvador, or no money goes there anymore. What are we giving them five hundred million dollars? We're giving him tremendous aid. We stopped payment said they're not doing enough to prevent migrant caravans is that there are two caravans working their way through Mexico. And if that country doesn't stop them, then he's forced to close the border the shelter in place advisory has been lifted from a chemical planning Kentucky city officials confirmed the advisory was lifted for people within a thousand feet. Feet of forty third and boron streets in fort Wright, Kentucky this afternoon. Authorities are investigating a chemical spill at the inter plastic corporation planning Covington just south of Cincinnati and equipment failure reportedly led to the release of a chemical irritant has meant crews are at the plan, so far no injuries have been reported, Illinois. Senator dick Durbin says one allegation is not disqualifying. It should be taken seriously. That was the Democrats reaction on NBC's meet the press while talking about allegations of inappropriate behavior against former vice president Joe Biden should take such allegations seriously, and with respect I took the Joe Biden statement to say just that exactly former Nevada assemblywoman Lucy Florez accused by kissing her on the head without consent at a two thousand fourteen rally. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio a Wisconsin couple claims that they've been told to take down their gay pride flag from there. Apartment complex Phil Hulett reports Kevin Coleman and Merle Molterer say they were told to either take down their American flag that has rainbow stripes instead of red and white ones or else. Face eviction. A letter from their landlord claims displaying the flag breaks a clause in their lease Coleman and Molterer say they will not take down the flag. Phil Hulett NBC News Radio. A hearing is scheduled to take place tomorrow at a federal courthouse in downtown LA. That's in connection with Ashley Judd's litigation against Harvey Weinstein. The actress contends the disgraced former movie mogul made sexual advances towards her in one thousand nine hundred seven while the two were discussing potential movie roles the litigation also alleges that Weinstein torpedo Judd's movie career after she rejected his sexual advances in L A judge throughout Judd's. I claim last September because he wasn't convinced to California sexual harassment law was intended to be used in a claim against a prospective employer. Our that same. Judge did give the actress and option to refile her claim a two year old boy remains hospitalized after he was bitten in the face by his family's Rottweiler in Norwalk, California. The incident was first reported Saturday around one twenty five pm at the home in the twelve thousand block of Zeus avenue. Julie hard lives in the neighborhood and heard what happened.
"molterer" Discussed on KTOK
"Hey, it's good to have you Adams Adams squinting like, do you? I'm amazed that you can pick up that. Well, when when everybody's gone when we finished with this show. Mike can I talk music in net flix, and that's that's where we go. Hey, it's good to have you with this. You know, what we do sometimes on this show? It's the first half of the show. We're talking to Dr Frank, and we're talking the guys from all. And then second half the show, we do whatever. Sometimes we have guests on. I'm gonna have some pastors on coming up real soon, and we're gonna be talking grace, and we're gonna be talking identity and full acceptance and the true you, and we talk spiritual issues during this part of the show because I don't think health health is always been talked about in terms of physical lonely, and we're not just physical beings. We are body soul spirit beings. And it's all one thing. But we sometimes like to splice and slice and pick them out in only caring about. The health of the body right now. And that's not who I am. That's not who you are. And we want to talk about that. So sometimes we do a round table discussion. Second have the show today. The guys from Molterer still hanging out and Jim Miller's with this homes for okay dot com. Keller Williams company, and it is it's real interesting. Because Jim you say is a realtor on the show. Well, I have everybody on the show. It doesn't matter where they come from. But it just so happens that Jim also writes for the nutrition health world, a lot of the blog articles that you see online many of them have been written by Jim a lot of people hire them. He is the person who's writing. And then the other person's face is out in front. And so that's the way that works. He ghost writes books for others. He and I worked on a Doug Kaufman. Okay. That's still not out. I was gonna say. Seventeen sixteen. Gosh, she's at sixteen. Yeah. Okay. I'm calling today. We should have him on a table to. But, but Jim was talking, you know, he was he was listening to us talk about detox, Brian Frank detox with ultra and Jim was kind of thinking about the whole idea of spiritual detox. Also, boy, that's something a lot of people need to hear about you. Yeah. You know, what is it that we need detoxing from in our bodies? It's because we eat stuff that has stuff in it that our bodies in supposed to have and it accumulates, and I love Allen's description of the getting down to the Michael Kandari and cleaning it out. I kind of thought of it like, the the janitor that comes in and cleans our bodies. And so what what is the spiritual equivalent of that, you know, if you look at. I mean, it really if you look at any religion out there, but we're Christians. So we're gonna talk about Christianity. You go you go enough time with men and women running things that it gets bent out of shape. Human beings running things. Exactly, exactly. And so. I kind of look at the the the Church World every church history about every five hundred years it's gotten so bent out of shape that there's had to be some major correction, and I really think we're in the process of that right now. And so what does that mean to us as individuals? I mean, I could go on for hours about that part. But that's not what we're talking about. I wanna know how what do we what do we have in a spiritually that needs to be cleaned out? And I think a lot of it you, and I were talking about this earlier today that a lot of it is we get the impression that when God talks about obedience what he's talking about is obedience to mosaic law or to any of the other ordinances that are in the Old Testament there six hundred and thirty three of them. I think that if I got my thirteen. Yes. Six thirteen. Okay. As off by I made up twenty more in the media. That's nothing. I've made up hundreds more. And so the thing is a perfect example of what the result of that is I had a tendency to think up until very recently that God if you would just take care of these six things over here. And it's, you know, the big ones like finances and my relationships and stuff if God would just fix the problems there, then I could just take care of everything else. I wouldn't have to bother him so much. I can handle this. You take care of things. And then, you know, we'll talk until I need something. I need something else. And how many of us live our lives that way we go to church every Sunday with that mentality. We read we read the bible every day. And if you have that mentality, you're reading it wrong. You're it's you need a detox you need to clean that garbage out. So that mindset now that world view, I saw you closing your eyes there. Josh are you disgusted or are you thinking? Well, I'm I'm thinking about this guy's it's. It's so easy in what Jim just talked about for individuals to get caught up in the programmatic aspect of all the methods and stuff I mean, right from what Jim said, then and I know, Jim. So I know where he's coming from his heart. But people could be listening to that right now in thinking, okay. I need to prepare the list. I need to go ahead and knock down these things and do the detox, but it all really starts when we recognize that there's this unique opportunity to take on the nature of the father. God loves us so much and so when that begins to happen, then there's this beautiful interaction this beautiful dynamic this beautiful communication and intimacy from a loving father desires to reach into those deep dark recesses of our life. Our traumas are are Solis problems the basement beliefs that we have that we picked up when we were kid, and he gently begins to renew our thought processes and gently begins to allow us to partner with him to enjoy life. Because it's like Jim said. It's not the solving of the big six out there. But if I'm actually walking and joy and peace while I'm suffering financially, Cumberland proof, and that's the big difference. Only a big deal the solving of the big six. That should be the name of our next book. But that Oko hitch what he said about basement beliefs. Because we all bring this baggage that comes from our childhood or comes from something, you know, when I started reading Genesis in Leviticus when I was six years old. And so what could I possibly truly understand about it at that age? But I've formed opinions, and I formed thoughts that were that go back that far? So yeah. Definitely want basement beliefs. Well, you said the word religion at one point. And that is is part of the problem. I think because so oftentimes we come to God. And we think of religio city, and that means I am doing this. I am not doing this. And I am trying hard, and I'm and I'm plugged into these little customs of a religion. Right. And and missing out on what Josh was describing which is relationship. Right. And that it almost universally ruins everything whenever I'm not ignoring you, Adam you you jump in anytime. Okay. I'm waiting. You're processing do you? Are you ready to say something or are you waiting? Well. I. You're you're talking about, you know, so many things here on on so many different levels. I I like to go back to the foundation, right? And I think the permit my premise is that a a life lived on self will is gonna fail. Absolutely. We were talking about that earlier too. Right. So if if we're trying to manage things and be the director of what's going on around us. We're going to find ourselves in situations and find ourselves bound up in stuff, and resentments, and anger and jealousy. And ultimately all the stuff that comes on sin. What we need is surrender. Yes. We're laughing laughing. This morning. Jim Jim texted me and the whole subject was surrender. And when we met before we came up to the studio, the subject was surrender. Yeah. It's not a mistake that you just brought that up. Right. But I think surrender has to be done on the on the terms that God wants us to have it. Absolutely. So if people believe that God is going to beat them and hurt them or the things that they've done then they're not gonna surrender to God. That means that they're going to get punished. Right. So if you go to a right, and you get to the premises. What they come what they come back to it. Bill w one of the founders said his essential insight was that God could be found if you were sought and God would help people. And so on that basis, if we surrender we find that God comes right alongside and takes us out of our selfishness. That's so true. It's it's a big deal that I think, and I'm glad that you worded everything the way that you just did. Because there are a lot of people listening every time, we do spiritual discussion, I get a whole lot of feedback and people I find that some people are wrestling with things, and somehow we have begun a discussion that works to their advantage. And they're like more more and more. So we have another segment to do more and more more. And we'll talk more about this whole.
"molterer" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"I are brought to you in part by food for the poor. Now, I in studio guests of the day, Sarah Carter, very excited to have my friend and colleague here. She is Fox News contributor, follow her on Twitter. Sarah Carter, D C and most important of all go to her website, Sarah with no h Sarah, a Carter dot com. Welcome sarah. Thank you so much, Dr Gorka sprayed great to be here. Sebastian. I know Sebastian I call us bits four more. It's more formal, Dr Gorka. I like that we have to talk about the breaking news. You got a new article about numerous coming up. We'll discuss in a second. But let's play some audio first about the breaking news from none other than the what shall we? Call him. I'll I'll leave qualifications out Andrew McCabe talking to NPR Cup four case against you is that you had authorized information to be leaked to the Wall Street Journal. You were asked about it three times under oath and sometimes recorded and the first two times, you either denied giving the information or gave the sense that you didn't know where the information come and see well formed question, but not one that I can answer because of the legal issues that I'm currently still still going. So this is a man who was at the top of the FBI. I who's giving a press interviews on a book tour at the same time. I'm admitting that he and the deputy attorney general with trying to invoke the twenty fifth amendment, Alan Dershowitz, preeminent left-wing, legal scholar, and Victor Davis Hanson, probably the best most famous strategic writer and historian. We have in America today. Both these men used the phrase coup d'etat in the last forty eight hours, Sarah Carter is overdoing it. I don't think it's overdoing it at all. In fact, I can remember a year ago. I was using that phrase that this is a coup that this is a silent coup within the government. This was coming from in four months people that were in the intelligence community others who I had spoken with within the FBI. Of course. Now, we have so much more information, so many more facts, and those facts are coming from the very people that we were actually reporting on years ago, Andrew McCabe, being one of the most predominant ones. And now, we know from McCabe that he as well as rod Rosenstein. And now, I know a lot of people say look. Rod Rosenstein, we you know, he's a he's denying that. He would have worn a wire to record the president. He's pushing back on Andrew McCabe statements. The they're going after each other now. Yes, this is all that's happening. They were together in a room there were Molterer meetings. Sebastian I know this because I've spoken to sources, and I've seen the documents. Well, well, even Rosenstein can't deny that there was a meeting to discuss the twenty fifth amendment. He's just saying, oh, it was a joke. Yeah. He's trying to say, well, I was in anger ingest. I said, well, then I'll just wear a wire. No, he was emphatic. And in fact, the testimony provided by James Baker who was the general counsel for the FBI. He stated repeatedly that. It was no joke that these were multiple meetings that they had discussed recording the president of the United States and to invoke the twenty fifth amendment. That has to be terrifying. Americans have to be so concerned over this because these are armed agent. It's of the federal government that are attempting and discussing invoking the twenty fifth amendment, which it doesn't apply your wits. Whoever on a president of the United States, a duly elected president behind his back and have concocted a two year investigation based on nothing not on any solid criminal facts on nothing. They have concocted this. And I want to know how many other people were actually involved in here because we're not just looking at Andrew McCabe and rod Rosenstein, Lisa page. Peter Struck how did John Brennan play into this? I'd like to know the former head of the CIA what information was he receiving? What was he doing James Clapper? Same thing. I'd like to know because remember it was James Clapper who was also a leaguer. I mean McCain the leaker. We know that now he was fired for it. He lied about it multiple times lied multiple times to investigators Michael Horowitz, the inspector general's investigators who was appointed by President Obama who now calls a. Partisan hack. That's right. No. But he was appointed by President Obama, and he's a very straightforward, man. And apparently, according to sources that I've spoken with. I mean has been put in the middle of one of the biggest historical events of our modern political history. And he's just trying to get those facts out, those reports and remember Michael Horowitz, still has a report the Russia report, and how the FBI whether there was malfeasance within the FBI, which we know there was now, but how far and how extensive that malfeasance sweat, and that report is said to be issued sometime this spring, but we can put a date on it because Horowitz has been very closed. His office has been very discreet about what they're working on. And when they will reveal that information. But I know that there's going to be information in there that will be explosive. I I think one of the questions that Michael Horowitz has to answer and that he may be answering is whether or not. There was a defensive briefing for Hillary Clinton, whether or not Hillary Clinton's campaign was approached by Russians and whether or not they gave her a defensive briefing because what we know. Now is that the Trump campaign was never given a never given a defensive briefing before we get to that topic. I just want our listens to be very very clear monitor the twenty fifth amendment is. So when the president is incapacitated. And it requires a majority of the cabinet with the agreement of the vice president to take over the president's duties, it was not written for bureaucrats to use against an elected politician. That is subversion. That is sedition nobody elected Andy, McCabe, nobody elected rod Rosenstein. And that's why the word coup d'etat is utterly and completely.
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"And thank you very much portions of America. I are brought to you in part by food for the poor. Now, I in studio guests of the date, Sarah Carter, very excited to have my friend and colleague here. She is Fox News contributor, follow her on Twitter. Sarah Carter C and most important of all go to her website, Sarah with no h Sara a Carter dot com. Welcome sarah. Thank you, so much, Dr Gorka spray great to be here, Sebastian I know, I know Sebastian I call us bits formal. It's more formal, Dr Gorka. I like that we have to talk about the breaking news. You got a new article about avenue is coming up. We'll discuss in a second. But let's play some audio first about the breaking news from none other than the. What shall we? Call him. I'll leave qualifications out Andrew McCabe talking to NPR cut four case against you is that you had authorized information to be leaked to the Wall Street Journal. You were asked about it three times under oath and sometimes recorded and the first two times, you either denied giving the information or gave the sense that you didn't know where the information come again. And Steve I'm well formed question, but not one that I can answer because of the legal issues that I'm currently still still handling. So this is a man who was at the top of the FBI. I who's giving a press interviews on a book tour at the same time admitting that he and the deputy attorney general with trying to invoke the twenty fifth amendment, Alan Dershowitz, preeminent left-wing, legal scholar, and Victor Davis Hanson, probably the best most famous strategic writer and historian. We have in America today. Both these men used the phrase coup d'etat in the last forty eight hours circa is over doing it. I don't think it's overdoing it at all. In fact, I can remember a year ago. I was using that phrase that this is a coup that this is a silent coup within the government. This was coming from in four months people that were in the intelligence community others who I've spoken with within the FBI. Of course. Now, we have so much more. Information so many more facts, and those facts are coming from the very people that we were actually reporting on years ago, Andrew McCabe, being one of the most predominant ones. And now, we know from McCabe that he as well as rod Rosenstein. And now, I know a lot of people say, look, you know, rod Rosenstein, we, you know, he's a he's denying that. He would have worn a wire to record the president. He's pushing back on Andrew McCabe statements. They're going after each other now. Yes, this is all that's happening. They were together in a room there were Molterer meetings. Sebastian I know this because I've spoken to sources, and I've seen the documents. Well, well, even Rosenstein can't deny that there was a meeting to discuss twenty fifth amendment. He's just saying oh it was joke. Yeah. He's trying to say, well, I was in anger ingest. I said, well, then I'll just wear a wire. No, he was emphatic. And in fact, the testimony provided by James Baker who was the general counsel for the FBI. He stated repeatedly. That it was no joke that these were multiple meetings that they had discussed recording the president of the United States and to invoke the twenty fifth amendment. That has to be terrifying. Americans have to be so concerned over this because these are armed agents of the federal government that are attempting and discussing invoking the twenty fifth amendment, which it doesn't apply your wit. So ever on a president of the United States, a duly elected president behind his back and have concocted a two year investigation based on nothing not on any solid criminal facts on nothing. They have concocted this. And I want to know how many other people were actually involved in here because we're not just looking at Andrew McCabe and rod Rosenstein, Lisa page. Peter Struck how did John Brennan play into this? I'd like to know the former head of the CIA what information was he receiving? What was he doing James Clapper? Same thing. I'd like to. You know, because remember it was James Clapper who was also illegal McCabe, the leaker. We know that now he was fired for it. He lied about it multiple times lied multiple times to investigators Michael Horowitz, the inspector general's investigators who was appointed by President Obama who now calls a partisan hack. That's right. No. But he was appointed by President Obama, and he's a very straightforward, man. And apparently, according to sources that I've spoken with has been put in the middle of one of the biggest historical events of our modern political history. And he's just trying to get those facts out, those reports and remember Michael Horowitz, still has a report the Russia report, and how the FBI whether there was visas within the FBI, which we know there was now, but how far and how extensive that Malthus it's wet and that report is said to be issued sometime this spring, but we can't put a date on it because Horowitz has been very closed. His office has been very discreet about what they're working on. And when they will reveal that information. But I know that there's going. Information in there that will be explosive. I I think one of the questions that Michael Horowitz has to answer and one that he may be answering is whether or not. There was a defensive briefing for Hillary Clinton, whether or not Hillary Clinton's campaign was approached by Russians and whether or not they gave her a defensive briefing because what we know. Now is that the Trump campaign was never given a never given a defensive briefing before we get to that topic. I just want to be very very clear monitor the twenty fifth amendment is. So when the president is incapacitated. And it requires a majority of the cabinet with the agreement of the vice president to take over the president's duties, it was not written for bureaucrats to use against an elected politician. That is subversion. That is sedition nobody elected Andy, McCabe, nobody elected rod Rosenstein. And that's why the word coup d'etat is utterly and completely justified.
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"Let's go to Barbara good morning, Barbara you're in the garden hay barn run. Well, if you can't Molterer Anna tree, what do you do to address it up? Wilson explained that bar because we didn't say that really you couldn't mulch around a tree you said don't March on the truck of the Tyrrells this this step back this little bit. You can mulch round the trees this not it is not a bad thing to Motorola tree. What is bad to mold treasury is when you what we had turned volcano mulching? When you've how that mulch up to deep around the tree and up on the base of the tree. Is that make more sense? Oh, I Gotcha. Thank goodness. Because a lot of us have beds under trees, of course. And that's why I was telling west ball ago. You know, what is the max amount of March that someone could come out there and put under a tree because you put it on the rich system of the tree also indirectly? And you know, you never ever ever want to go more than four inches. In fact, we don't even recommend that you even go four inches, but you can put mulch under a tree just keep it off that trunk of that tree. And we see it all the time. You talk about it every year, the volcano most that wet so it's talking about where it looks like a volcano, Barbara. They get that most pilot up on the trunks of those trees, and that's absolutely the worst thing you can do with March when it comes to trade. Okay. At a question can west give us the name of a person, they can drill the deep holes around trees that. Yeah. I am. I allowed to do that. His name is Wes hopper. Yeah. The person that I typically there's a several different people that you can call. But the who I have on my referral. This is Dr Mark Wallace with tree preservation, his F O L L I S. Mark follows he's of course, nine zero one three three six two two five six. Six. Yeah. Me your number again. My number is nine zero one three eight three two two six six two six. Pretty good. Yeah. Okay. Well, thank you. And there are other companies that do offer the services, and I'll be glad to talk to you about that as well. I don't want to sing around anybody in particular. That's who I do most of my projects with or what does the consultation with you caused out pins? Sometimes I don't charge if I just have to walk the property that usually like seventy five dollars. If I had to write a report, and it goes up. Yeah. So I have different fees for different things. But if I'm going to do work for you at your house in it doesn't cost any right? I'm just writing up an estimate because this is this is how I make my living. Well, thank you very much. Thank you, Barbara. Pre state that this is so awesome. Let's see what else. Oh the. What were we gonna? Okay. The cutting of the root of the other one. Okay. I sent you a picture of. Okay. I'm in Walgreens parking lot. And there's this tree planted. And it looks like it's on a mound and all the roots. Are just all exposed on top of the mound as a result of volcano mulching. And limited routes space. I'm sorry limited soil space. You're right about that too. Yeah. Which you know, that's not a bad thing. I mean, we got parking lot trees when the trees in the parking lot. It just so happens as the end result of the tree. And when we have these trees in the parking lot their life span is going to be shorter than we have tree growing out. Was out in militant mentioned earlier picking up my daughter, and I had pulled on the side of the road. That is the most beautiful tree right there in the tree was allowed to grow in this open area, and it had a full canopy. And the Trump the tree was, but it was a beautiful specimens given the room to grow. But these trees that you know, in the parking lot. Alikhan window, the radio station, and those trees have a limited route. So yeah, how many have gone since we've seen him Dhabi diet out there? So when we had this designer here, this is part of some of the discussions that we have with our sincere before she group in their Memphis tree board. I don't know if you knew Memphis does have a tree board along, and we're so with city beautiful and in other parts, the branches of our urban forestry network. In memphis. But these median trees that are playing I hear those areas should be specifically designed to compensate for that sole space. Right. Probably never are not usually. But there's designs that the engineers can build like Jean high in Sydney, Chattanooga has a beautiful design on planting trees along the medians in the streets as part about urban force. You know, so basically way y'all are starting to education is starting from the very beginning of the design and the planting these big trees, so if they had a design the parking lot differently possibly, and it's had more tree space or I remember when they built the parking lot outside Thousand Oaks right here. Yeah. They didn't have a lot of these implementations for the soul base. Right. Right. Just wasn't a known thing is we gotta media. Let's put a tree, right. You have to because it's in the landscape. Yeah. Walkin through really any college campus. Also, you know, you've got these white sidewalks for the students to walk down. You've got these holes cut out of the concrete, and you've got these trees planted in there. And then you've got these metal grates that our own, you know, around the tree and a lot of times the trees looked pretty darn good always thinking how long is this going to make it? Maybe it's roots grew really down deep under in like west. They did some prep work, which they surely probably did, you know, we can get by with planning some of these trees, the right tree to start with in some of these areas that you would typically never naturally see a tree grow that proper pruning can help some of that to proper permanent of right? Trae for the right spot has a term we use quite all plant the right for you. Like the crepe Myrtle. We say. I've got that on my notes here. Science. We call on the did you build a house than you plan? All these small plants. Yeah. Close to the house. You know, you gotta Sarah's favourite growing, you know, right underneath your gut gutter. Thirty five foot tall. You want to try to keep it down to six, but we've talked about that so many times, but whereas crepe myrtles, I mean, some some crepe myrtles are our tree formed and to me is not truly a tree tree like an oak tree the way, I see a tree. But I mean, they can get massive. I mean, we can treat treat them in and see them as a tree I think crepe myrtles are beautiful type to to plan. I I'm going to call it a tree. Yeah. What did you go? You get treated like shrub when people know the proper term is heading heading back. But other people call it crate murders, why do that why have a tree that you had to cut like that? There's a specific way too prone a crepe Myrtle. And then unfortunately, like, you were saying that a lot of people that just our landscaping by what they say. Now, it they know they see crepe myrtles planted right on houses. Then you're forced said they did cut like that. Also. One of the one of the individuals companies that I know that prudence crepe myrtles the proper way was there's there's some out there. But John Gavin Mark Kober with gas free service. They are aces at knowing how to prune Kramer, those type of trees, I just do such a beautiful job. Are you still seeing the crepe Myrtle bark scale own a stations that we've been seeing for the last three or four years? That's a good question. The if anybody has not treated their trees for the crate mortar Burke skill either remove the tree or have it treated that his mold is growing on those trees mode is can make you sick. I want the public to know that. So if you haven't treated your trees for the crate Mortimore scaled in pleased to but as far as seeing the population of the bar scale. It's kind of got not center being done. In fact, I think I saw that last year Veda where you know, we still see it out there and people I think more and more people that have crepe myrtles nail understand. Whereas, you know, what they're fighting, and they have the they know how to do it or they call the people like you to come out there and property kill these scale. But it seems like, you know, if it one crate, Laura scale is going to be something else down the road. It's always going to be something. I mean, we got. Different insects and get transported from other parts of the world here. And we don't have any natural predators or diseases that are going to keep the insight under control like the emerald ash Borer. Yeah, there's another one that is come over up in Pennsylvania now and for the life of again think of it right now is the type of mall that they call a I've read about a type of fly, and it's been a real problem. But everything is making it cycle the Menashe for this last coast Bill that we had up north. There was a an article put out that maybe this cold can get that. Under control. Yeah. It's done its damage. Yes. That's horrible. So I mean, I guess you know, like, you said, we're always be fighting. You know, these pest to some extent, and especially the ones that are exotic, you know, they're not even native insects of the United States coming in from Asia, or whatever on these these cargo ships in these whatever just saying, but especially when you're trying to fight insects that are just not even from this continent was disease. It was similar to the Dutch disease. That was brought over here Amazon. Chip from China. There you go. All these plants that they had on this ship that they were delivery died. So they got close to Florida and they dispose of them home in a landfill in in Florida. And it brought that Brazilian will in and with killing all these laurel trees down in Florida, and they were like what is killing these trees? Narrowed it down to some plans that they thrown off his ship. That was coming from never know I've met some people wish we would get the laurel eating bug here. Little like well in the urban like little yards that we work in and cherry laurel skip laurels things like that are planted. I think it's a cherry laurels at. They're constantly constantly pulling up little baby constantly. Let's go to Bob and good morning. Bob, you're in the garden. Good morning. Hey, bob. Good morning. I'm very lucky upset mountain snow like downing most Gore's driving realfoot. I just had a cloud of an eagle. Yeah. You are. Speak. Yes. But I just moved down here a little over a year ago and. I've got a lot of mature trees and yard probably sixty seventy years old. And they all I didn't notice it lasts weather, but sure probably there, but I did notice this water along the edge of all the limbs all the way, the top Scott. Some cattle growth coming out of the lambs like a like a moss or something. Is it gray? I can't tell what colored as you can just look at silhouette of the trees, and it's kind of furry each limbs. I mean, it's almost all the trees. Okay. This is definitely a west question. Yeah. That sounds like like him. What does that mean like an the another plant material that just lives out, the branches usually associated with a lot of moisture, okay? Issue. No, I wouldn't worry about it. That's what I'm thinking. That's good. That's great great to hear. So you're all good relax now. We can question. There's so many times like, you know, they'll bring pitchers in Bob that you know, what is this growth on the trunk of my tree? And it usually if it's just that flat. You know, blue green greenish bluish greyish a growth in in in in beta it, usually is liken and it's superficial. You know, it just it doesn't look good. Well, some people say it doesn't look good on Bobby. The damage to the train. It's not on the trunks though. It's all the way on the highest lambs even all in it. And it's I mean, it's like, that's it's not always normal to say it that much in a tree, but usually associated with moisture levels, there's a research done in the Redwood trees, though, I can be in three hundred feet up the tree. I mean, it's not an unusual thing..
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"Of eighteen Memphis morning, news time is seven thirty to see some sunshine, and that's good. Some seeing a few days. I see some sun that voice you. Here's force Goodman long. We may ten Ben what six hundred W R E C ninety two point one FM in the I heart radio app. Yes. That sunshine. There's abundance of sunshine today issued today is sustained northerly winds from overnight now they're shifting to the west which helps a little bit. But then you got northerly winds tomorrow and the chil will be on. I'm just gonna use some maxed out credit cards from Christmas to scrape off the frost on the windshield in the morning. They're good for now. Is there last good use? All right, so whereabouts six weeks away, and there's no draft. There's no affiliations. But no problem when you've got a head coach coming in and rolling his slaves. Memphis, not one AFC head coach Timbo Queen joins us again on the program malts. And and I don't know a force believes me or not. But you actually don't mind people calling you mulch. How're you doing coach I'm doing well? That's that's pretty much what I've been called my whole life. So that's a nickname that stuck with me, so multi, you know, people know me by Molterer out the throughout the soccer community and trout forts and the rest of the New Jersey. So yeah, I don't mind it, but things are looking forward to a guy just starting to get into town. And you know, we get going next week. How have you been able to do this? So far coach force and our talking last half hour. You know, unlike the red birds that have a farm system and the Saint Louis cardinals funnelling talent, how have you been able to assemble a squad. That's getting ready to start preseason. Well, I mean, look it's been it takes a village. So I mean, Andrew bowel are sporting director has been fabulous. He's been in the US Al for twenty years, so his connections with general manager is an agent help bridge the gap. And the ballpark with a lot of players in having a guy like Tim Howard associated with the organization, certainly take the interest of a lot of players, and then my network through thirty years of coaching at all different levels collegiately, professionally the US US soccer. You know, we put all those resources together. And we're able to identify the kind of player that we wanted to represent Memphis, which is a hard working blue collar talented community driven player. So we now scoped down based on our our presentation of a player from Memphis, and we we beat the pavement, and then we hired a great assistant coach and bent pyramid. Who was the assistant coach in Michigan state that just competed in the men's final four he was also the head coach of an MP SEAL team thirty successful in Detroit. So he came with all the college contracts. So with all of us together, we're able to start putting together a really good roster. I noticed over the weekend on. On the the the clubs social media that you were out at Houston high school with the invitational trials, but before that you had open tryouts into Soto county. So I guess you're you're recruiting has gone from I guess getting on a plane or getting on a boat to south haven to Houston highschool out to Germantown and everywhere in between. I guess you. You have put some Molly on those shoes. Yeah. Yeah. We all have and you know, to be honest. There's players everywhere. Right. So you wanna make sure that you know, you're not leaving any stone unturned, we were very gracious and south haven at Houston. Highschool to host us. This last weekend we had players flying in from all over the country to try out. You know, a number of them have been selected to come in the training camp with us. So that will be exciting for them. They'll be getting that information shortly. So it was a really great exercise. Russia's very talented players in this area. We wanted to make sure that everybody had a fair chance to experience ninety one F C, and we wanted to make sure that you know, we we found good players, and we certainly did the head coach of Memphis, not one AFC Timo Queen joining us this morning and coach I have it on good authority that you brought into your employees. Some of the local boys and girls coaches to help oversee and run some of the open tryout camps. And I talked to one of the coaches and and off the record, and we'll give the name or anything. But they said that they were absolutely blown away at the hospitality of the club. And the. I respect that. They were shown in the thorny. You gave them to run those open camps. During that day. Key. Tell us a little bit about that open campus, and why you chose some of these local coaches sure, I mean, first of all, I mean, they're very talented coaches. I mean so to have them involved. This is no brainer for me. So I wanted to get some of the local coaches who knew the open tryout players because they were mostly the local guys who can guide me as to you know, you see a player who could be fantastic one day. But you know, maybe they have a history with them in. No, you know, better position for the player or are. They know more about the player that can help me make an informed decision. So they're ferry talented coaches. I wanted them to be involved as I said, you know, we're going to be a team of the city of the community. So we need to have those community guys involved. And look, I don't know every answer. I don't know everything about the game. So I learned from them as well. So they have them be a part of it. And to give them the audio that Ptolemy to help me make decisions was was fantastic. I mean, I learned a lot that day from them. I'm glad they said nice things and had a good experience because I certainly enjoyed working with them. And that won't be the last five. Well, we'll certainly have them involved as we move forward. And they did a great job at the local players and the local players did a fantastic job. I mean, several of them went through to the invitational tryout. And you know, I wouldn't be surprised if you see one or two end up in our trying to cap the first game I match coming up on Saturday March the ninth. So we're about six weeks away. Your website says you have thirteen players on the roster right now how many are heading into camp coach I'll have over twenty two players in camp. We're finalizing some deals in the next couple of days. And then we're inviting some players in that we've identified that I've not signed yet with us. But that we want to bring into training camp to get closer look at and make sure it's a good fit for both of them. So we'll have at least twenty two probably closer to twenty five in camp. Just to cover ourselves with injured. Stories and things like that. So 'cause they always happen during camp, but we're real excited. It's gonna be very very competitive gap or guys fighting for those last remaining spots. And I I just can't wait to get started. It's been it's been a long six months and building it. Now, I get to do what I like to do bashes which is get out on the field. And and lead that gee, are you running camp here or or are you guys heading south? No, no, we'll be here in Memphis. You know, we're finalizing our planet where we'll be. But we're staying here. This is.