17 Burst results for "N T"

"n t" Discussed on Cheers To Business

Cheers To Business

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"n t" Discussed on Cheers To Business

"If you do that behind the cloud and now he's All that star wars stuff can you keep it all safe that I don't know anything about but you know now we can do that and your family practice guy can now have. The opportunity to send the cardiologists or the N. T. or the neurosurgeon or the neurologist, whatever it may be those patients notes without trying to go around your elbow to you need to get medical records. It's just crazy. You know we we can send the package halfway around the world overnight, but we should make it awfully hard to get patient medical records around I'm a member when the electron medical requirement came out and never gonNA give tax credits. Do that system. With. Whatever timeframe they had, and then that change but united. So is everybody now required to be on the laptop? Well, you you get penalized if you're not, you're not required but you you again, you're going to get penalized. If you're not Medicare is not going to pay the same as I pay people that do. So you know we've got the different what admits macaroni and some of the other reporting requirements I think some of them have been say they've been delayed but actually there they've been delayed but because code but you're going to get hit if you don't have it and it's really tough to operate obviously I think. Yes when they're when the computer world or the wing when your it systems are not working the way that you want them to work, you obviously would love to be able to give everybody yellow pat and a piece of paper and chart being able to get it done. But you know it's just the world we live in and it's not going away. But there are things that you can do to help mitigate the cost. Reduce the cost and not be stupid about it protect your patients data and make it work efficiently for this position and so that's really Be Our goal with the with the new cloud based system, just the the smart way and it doesn't. have to cost the physician's practice, a ton of money, and that's that's our here. Now, I think this stuff is great to see the need and and be willing to evolve with it over time and what different areas as in the companies to make it happen between all the climates. How many people employees ninety seven with four front, and then obviously the physicians I have some of the clinics that have not come on board with their staff yet got the NT. Practice has to that still on their staff and then I have five that are down there that are on ours and then Dr Schnitzer I have I have a manager over Dr Schnitzer's Office and some of his folks are still on his payroll and so it just depends but. Yeah. I. Think we're at ninety seven around there when covid hit welcome first response as s clinics you know what was the need jerk reaction that this year from our standpoint we really didn't shut down any number one was okay. My first foremost goal was to keep everybody employed. I did not but we were close we didn't have to thank goodness you know we were very close to having the people and so obviously, the PP stuff worked out. Well, I, think that was a fantastic program that the trump administration came up..

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"n t" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"n t" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"I'd look like what are you guys. I was blogging walking in a park. While guys will only got fifty two SLA might want to personally thank you know. I mean more Coach into Sean. 'cause Corey and tear apart One really appreciates you which is trying to do what we can to help. Everyone get through this enormous time where we're stuck in the house and just trying to have a good time you know we`re. GonNa we're GONNA do more when we're able to get in the studio and really present how we plan to present but this team thing has been fun for last couple of weeks for me. I don't know about you corey but I've had a blast and cheese has been Here to share her story about how she came out became the corona virus shoes. Really ill and coach. You're part of our team to when I really appreciate. You really helped and bring a little levity to this Saturday evening and Sean. You know you're a part of the family too. So Dave They Cup on for a second his dave part of the family to and Appreciate you know. Share our time with the appreciate you guys. Then Dave you're good God man and I look forward to doing it again. Yeah hope it'll be a lot different in the studio. We all plan and You know so so. I'm not gonNA have the last words a coach you you take it over in a Corey N. T. Shirt Sean. You guys say what you gotTa say until the next time we meet again. I'm just appreciate the opportunity. Come on in you know beautiful machine. You guys are posted articles in giving me a platform to be able to let you know that sex is not something that we should be scared of. It's not something that we should be limited to. It's something that you know outside of the fact that there's procreation it's something we do for fun. I'll give you a one. Quick little tinted the clitoris is the only part of the body that is designed only for sexual pleasure. Why only purpose Mike? How women to be sexually satisfied is a problem. So.

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"n t" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"n t" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"R. A. N. T. Z. radio all one word no spaces no underscores or anything of that nature France radio would love to interact with this brilliant Hugh Hugh Hugh Hewitt audience even after off year so the NBA last night announce the cancellation of their rest of their season at least they're saying until further notice the NBA season usually extends to June in terms of the finals of the playoffs are enough if you're late April throughout may and the finals are in June they are essentially saying all of that is off the table now if somehow the spread of the Wuhan corona virus is limited and is contained and is controlled and it is deemed to be safe to go back it'll be really interesting to see what they do about all of the missed games and about how they decide championships but that's very minor compared to the problems of organizations that are already at the ends of their season the NC double a National Basque collegiate athletic association championships for women and men these are about to begin conference tournaments opening rounds of the NC double a tournament these of course are part of March madness which we're in right now this season usually ends at the beginning of April they have already decided they're going to play games in empty arenas this of course is subject to change as well the moment one coach or player is the is diagnosed with corona virus the way the NBA did was one player Rudy Gobert of your Utah Jazz who contracted the virus that made them cancel the entire season because I don't know who else Rudy Gobert has come into contact with while he was contagious on his team opponents in previous days etcetera there's a video by the by this is just a bit of a strange part of the story but there's a video that is making the rounds right now this morning the regal bear intentionally touching with his hands microphones and the table at a press conference Davis for the jazz shortly before he actually was officially diagnosed apparently he was symptomatic and wanted to kind of poke fun at the hysteria by saying well look at this and he's touching all of the microphones up with today S. that would then be touched by the reporters to go up to retrieve them you know after the press conference not to mention if those germs were transmitted to the hard surfaces like the microphones on the table anybody who comes to the microphone to speak they could be an impact so he was apparently trying to make a joke of the hysteria but now that he's officially been diagnosed this looks awful in terms of how it could be spread all of that up to to talk about this it's March and you know what March brings with it baseball we're coming down to opening day opening day supposed to be in April but they've moved up to March twenty sixth at least that's the home opener for the Cleveland Indians are pictures can be allowed to put pen rail on the ball I do not think pitchers could put pre pearl on the ball because I don't think pictures are going to be in the ball parks no hitters nor fielders nor fans nor ushers nor sales people would be to the vendors nobody here's what I'm asking you do you think rob Manfred the commissioner Major League Baseball do you think the owners of Major League Baseball teams are going to invite forty thousand fans into each of their fifteen home stadiums when the season starts on March twenty six after the NBA just cancel the rest of the season you think they're gonna invite all of those people the command shoulder to shoulder chest and back in in this environment I I would very seriously doubt in fact if I had money to wager to lose I would I would throw a few blocks down on this season will not get underway until may at the very earliest they will have an abbreviated season which they've done in the past due to labour shore labor stoppages our labor disagreements they will have an abbreviated season they will not be playing baseball in March.

R. A. N. T. France
"n t" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"n t" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"R. A. N. T. Z. radio all one word no spaces no underscores or anything of that nature France radio love to interact with this brilliant Hugh Hugh Hugh Hewitt audience even after off year so the NBA last night announce the cancellation of their rest of their season at least they're saying until further notice the NBA season usually extends to June in terms of the finals of the playoffs are enough if you're late April throughout may and the finals are in June they're essentially saying all of that is off the table now if somehow the spread of the Wuhan corona virus is limited and is contained and is controlled and it is deemed to be safe to go back it'll be really interesting to see what they do about all of the missed games and about how they decide championships but that's very minor compared to the problems of organizations that are already at the ends of their season the NC double a National Basque collegiate athletic association championships for women and men these are about to begin conference tournaments opening rounds of the NC double a tournament these of course are part of March madness which we're in right now this season usually ends at the beginning of April they have already decided they're going to play games in empty arenas this of course is subject to change as well the moment one coach or player is the is diagnosed with corona virus the way the NBA did it was one player Rudy Gobert of your Utah Jazz who contracted the virus that made them cancel the entire season because they don't know who else would you go bear has come into contact with while he was contagious on his team opponents in previous days etcetera there's a video by the by this is just a bit of a strange part of the story but there's a video that is making the rounds right now this morning every go bare intentionally touching with his hands microphones and the table at a press conference Davis for the jazz shortly before he actually was officially diagnosed apparently he was symptomatic and wanted to kind of poke fun at the hysteria by saying well look at this and he's touching all of the microphones up with today S. that would then be touched by the reporters to go up to retrieve them you know after the press conference not to mention if those germs were transmitted to the hard surfaces like the microphones on the table anybody who comes to the microphone to speak they could be an impact so he was apparently trying to make a joke of the hysteria but now that he's officially been diagnosed this looks awful in terms of how it could be spread all of that up to to talk about this it's March and you know what March brings with it baseball we're coming down to opening day opening they supposed to be in April but they've moved up to March twenty sixth at least that's the home opener for the Cleveland Indians are pictures can be allowed to put pen real on the ball I do not think pitchers could put pre pearl on the ball because I don't think pictures are going to be in the ball parks nor hitters nor fielders nor fans nor ushers nor sales people what would you do the vendors nobody here's what I'm asking you do you think rob Manfred the commissioner Major League Baseball do you think the owners of Major League Baseball teams are going to invite forty thousand fans into each of their fifteen home stadiums when the season starts on March twenty six after the NBA just cancel the rest of the season you think they're gonna invite all of those people the command shoulder to shoulder chest and back in in this environment I would very seriously doubt in fact if I had money to wager to lose I would I would throw a few blocks down on this season will not get underway until may at the very earliest they will have an abbreviated season which they've done in the past due to labor short labor stoppages our labor disagreements they will have an abbreviated season they will not be playing baseball in March nor.

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"n t" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:34 min | 2 years ago

"n t" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I am doing some soon the N. T. Brereton desert didn't just get all fat and sassy that's our goal and welcome to the seven o'clock hour of Jason and Alexis in the morning on my talk with a seven one when streaming on your echo device as well I'm Jason Matheson with Alexis Thompson don McLean and candy not Rogers or the roaster just kidding yes okay the Kerry we're talking about or fan yeah in the last segment of the movie about the Russian orphan who was really a little person a mid life the middle person Littleton middle person range she was a mid range free range chicken or fish no child that's right to the freedom and the family members yeah free range orphan yep she was a little person anyway some people said that mobile the crux of what we talked about was there making a new movie however Esther because that was her name and then we found out the movie it's kind of based on our on a real story select did you find out anything what I didn't and my research in some tweets that we got it's not the movie came first and then the real life story sounded like the movie or fan which is pretty crazy the end of my got inspired well did a dead at that it happened to them actually so they're on their own Hey that's us yeah the Barnett's they have a son and they wanted to you know get baby make their family bigger so they adopted in the Thalia and they thought that she was nine okay but it turns out they're not really sure about her age they either she was twenty two or fourteen what but she looks younger because she has a form of dwarfism and I guess what happened was the family she said they said that he terrorized the family and then after being with living with them for a couple years they just got up and moved to Canada from Indiana without her there will of course sign of course yeah is roaming the fields of Indiana right now pretty the radar he is duping another family actually yeah they thought she was six not nine so what they said was is that when they were giving her a bath no I'll go okay where is this going where you're not sick you're not giving any kids six or nine a bath are you at six probably still right no hell no get in the shower I don't know I don't know when you start new when you transition that's on loan is part no longer being in the kitchen sink there are their own watch you a wash you with Doug yeah well I guess they were beating her she also had a hard time walking so that might be part of why she was still getting bad so we can yeah so now there's that too no but she had a helpful pubic hair Jesus's eyes yeah I guess she was getting I think that she was getting her monthly friend killed my yeah blessing every month in that case let lex's other time honored you know where you get to know your names on them to do whatever you want yeah never ever ever I don't care how long ago can you hope you bring you can't really use okay adding to the list can he do you like it you with you from your description it's like from the navel to knees really going on there your trail that's the whole thing is Kitty seriously can you imagine you take a child that you think is talk it's six in you did you find out that she's like in her thirties I mean I imagine and she has F. P. H. P. H. not a brand of deodorant we will never say again on the new police and and not wearable with a corona virus master by the way you say that the mass will not fit no my daughters if if somebody could possibly crash right now so I could I really appreciate yeah I seriously need to take my headphones of even so yeah this story is kind even scarier than the movie guys do but okay are we supposed to be mad at the parents or were they duped or all that matters okay that they're saying look we left the kid but what they got charged with abandonment of a child because they moved to Canada so they can't yes so far you all its F. PA do you like to join yeah that will move to Canada he discovered the S. P. H. and they said all right well we gotta take a bone density test because like other delegate orderings yeah she is exactly what happened and on top of that while waiting for the results talking about killing the family rolling them up in a blanket and putting them in the backyard okay hold right there we have to take a B. R. okay I was gonna try yeah we'll be back right after this the lately.

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"n t" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"n t" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"On T. N. T. about the post game extra for more team it's been a special season for the Lakers and that continued to once again on this night John Kelly John the Lakers now thirty six and nine and along the road nearing twenty wins already has the downed the Brooklyn that's tonight one twenty eight to one thirteen the game really was there is in the second half more than anything else wasn't yeah I I I but the start of the third quarter of with a defensive mindset you know Frank Vogel at the half going on about the way they played in that first half so many open three so many paint touches and paint finishes for the nets and they played a couple of three to four minutes stances of defense and it was enough but like in Anthony Davis said to us we can't rely on that we have to be better more consistently and when you play the better teams eight minutes a defense ten minutes a difference a game is not gonna get it done so they'll be really realization of that and but I'm impressed Anthony Davis is for for nine ninety doesn't have to be great for them to win lebron James is have to be spectacular for them to win they got shooters they've got guys that can defend they've got a lot of great pieces here and there's not a rely a reliance on lebron James and Anthony Davis to be spectacular every night to win meantime you're listening to sports center all night on ESPN radio in the E. S. P. N. AB from the NFL Antonio brown turning himself into Broward county jail Thursday in response to an arrest warrant filed against on three charges he faces charges of felony burglary with battery burglary of an unoccupied conveyance and criminal mischief and stemming or from a Tuesday incident where he allegedly assaulted a truck driver outside is Hollywood Florida home brown trainer Glenn Holt was also arrested Tuesday on felony burglary and battery he was released on a twenty thousand dollar bond for Ian Fitzsimmons on ABC's latest issue I was surprised that the good if the police basically just didn't sit there and wait for him to come out a winner for orders as to come out to kick the door in I wouldn't let me up I was shocked when that happened and if you didn't turn himself and the next time he did leave the house he was gonna end up in cuffs so he had no choice but to turn himself in Iowa I don't I don't like what would Antonio brown is done in the last couple of years at all when you read what he's done to some people that he employed of the female or you know I'm Susan agent you have I mean it's it is disgusting that have half of it's true one of them is true I mean it it's nauseating and so this is one where he I'm not I don't want to say that I I I I believe that he has C. T. because the ads I mean that that's going down a very slippery slope sure but I know this now that bonds has birth fact hit three years ago he has not been the same guys started you know acting up in Steelers camp and we saw how that ended then he goes to the raiders and he's happy and all the sub the mood swings any he wants his own helmet and he leaves there then goes the patriots now we hear see all these stories are starting to come out about what he did to certain women it this is this is this is gone from one of the greatest wide receivers if not be best wide receiver in the NFL to all the sudden a very rapid to dissension to the point where now yet to turn himself in because he was going to be arrested for beating up a delivery driver no over four thousand well over four grand to have his stuff delivered from California to his home in Hollywood Florida it's not like he doesn't have four thousand dollars to pay the bill I hope you get some help because I really believe that he does need some help.

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"n t" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"n t" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"E. N. T. the throat and back surgeons and others offer to see him and cut off his nose and that is so on a patch of tissue to pretend that was in the house and he refused to rather than to accept something that was lousy he refused to just like this woman should've done should refuse that surgery that was useless but often patients don't know when to refuse useless surgery useless came our usual stream of this man refused to have his nose cut off for the cap on growing the mask upon growing and it took him six months till he found us and listener told him about radiosurgery New York and he came here and I saw him and we met we have the consultation afterwards from our together and we went across the street I want to cross the street to get a snack and so did he not knowing would be meeting at this other restaurant and we talked ten more minutes rebounded kind of over the consultation and over that little slack and he's about to leave him and I want you to treat my nose cancer and he came back in which it is those cancer was amazing that we watch every day as the nose cancer went away was a basal cell cancer there was very extensive with his nose and bleeding and massive Buckley and probably what they said Hey it's time to get rid of your bandaid your nose is now beautiful thanks to radio surgery and they took out the bad data never saw the padded again in the cancer is gone away he came this week for a checkup and he's doing great and by the way by the way I saw him also for the steak cancer during the course of treating for the nose I said that I've ever check your PSA and he said no and we checked his PSA this PSA that's prostatic specific antigen we checked his prostate and was sky high and is seven fourteen you've got about a forty percent chance of having prostate cancer do you want to know if you have prostate cancer or not and we spoke about that and he says yes he definitely wants to know we raised him to have a biopsy of tiny painless needle into the prostate and came back Gleason seven cancer so yeah not only a nose cancer was fun getting with Sir does want to cut off his nose save by coming to thirty four Broadway but in a prostate cancer was very high risk detected by coming to thirteen eighty four Broadway too and we talk about all the options understands he has high risk cancer understands if he has surgery or radical surgery robotic surgery that most likely to be impotent and incontinent and isn't one that he understands that if he had surgery the success rates only thirty percent and in those with us most likely he will be cancer free a huge difference and with us it's outpatient therapy no cutting no operating rooms no hospital stays no convalescence with us it's all out patient there is such a huge difference and it shows our treatment and so it shouldn't further knows cancer which was fun getting they're going to cut off his nose and that was successful he's cancer free as is beautiful knows no and his prostate cancer was PSAs now zero with our treatment only so one man to cancer's super happy you came this week to get checked out we have a new blood tests in the zero range he is doing great graduations and thank you for your trust and you know who I am and you know what I'm talking about so thank you thank you and thank you for your trust but I'm such a leader minaret her short break we'll be right back when doctor Lee the man came to New York from Harvard ninety seven percent of women in New York we're losing their breasts as breast cancer treatment but ninety percent of doctor Lieberman's patients with breast cancer were keeping their breasts doctor Lieberman an outspoken advocate of bursting therapy educated women about choices to arm every woman about breast cancer choices breast say mean whenever possible and desired when every hospital foot standard radiation was okay doctor Lieberman had a better idea innovative Dr Lieberman first bought grain radiosurgery to New York and body radiosurgery to America meet doctor Lieberman breast conserving therapy.

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"n t" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

11:19 min | 2 years ago

"n t" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"N. T. which you mentioned that the on set the the the one part of this concoction the P. very this contains the empty you can pronounce that yes is dimethyl tryptamine fellow what could you even throws off the done now that it so this is something not exclusive to be veritest it's found a bunch of psychedelic substances and this is something that can cause hallucinations perhaps changes in your perception your state of consciousness your sense of self which will really get into that has a lot to do with the I. what's good journey hi however if you just eat the DMT it's not gonna have that this kind of effect on you because there's an enzyme called monoamine oxidase mmhm and that's gonna break it down in your digestive system before it gets absorbed you have to combine it with this copy vine which prevents the uptake of it yeah the copy vine has an alkaloid called harmala alkaloids informally ins are separate psychotropic in and of themselves which is why the the copy buying alone used to just be I Oscar but the fact that it prevents your your the monoamine oxidase to break down the D. M. T. L. as your body to absorb it and all of a sudden you're tripping balls although I hear it's not all of a sudden I think it's it takes a good thirty minutes to come on and then it takes like a supplementary boost an hour or so later to to really bring on like the the the kind of transcendent experience that people are looking for when they take on Alaska yeah for sure so you've got that you've got the D. M. T. being absorbed that's the one two punch right you've got the DMT itself and then you've got the plant that allows the DM T. to be absorbed and when you put those two things together the P. veritest and the B. copy that's what the that's the IRA was good that you read about vice that's what they're talking about yeah in these you know this is administered by a shaman someone who ideally as a shaman that knows what they're doing and they're sometimes our other plans that are brewed in there as well but not always and sometimes it's bird separately and then combine later sometimes it all depends on which shaman you go to of what the ritual is like sometimes you're included as part of it sometimes is like a thick liquid T. sometimes it's a paste it's been described no matter what it is it seems like around the the horn everybody says it it tastes awful so awful that that you can very easily throw up which is something that's pretty common with the with an I. O. Oscar experiences I didn't get that from the from the taste though I know that that was like once it's in your body it makes you nauseous and you throw up right but like other states so bad and if you get up no no because then it wouldn't be in your body long enough to be absorbed right yeah but you I think they taste in the memory of the taste combined with the nausea is enough to throw up but that whether whether you do throw for not it's not necessarily like a hundred percent you're going to throw up there the the point one of the points of an I. O. Oscar ceremony is to throw up you're meant to throw up in your do you will actually be forced into this either if you don't do it from the I. O. Oscar you may also be given something like tobacco juice like a water with tobacco that soaks in it for a while in you'll be told to drink that so that you will throw up because this idea of purging whether it's throwing up for diary is a very frequent side effect of Iowa's very frequent do you are you are meant to be purging cure your body and it's meant to be this kind of symbolic spiritual purge of your ego of all the nastiness of all the the horrible mess that's a part of you getting it out as part of the trip in is the trips that soon yeah the taste has been described the New York times is that it's like a muddy herbal taste someone from box dot com took it again in Shawn Eling he described it as a couple of motor oil diluted with a splash of water right so I read I read it's almost as gross as a Necco wafer the only other at an echo A. for good on you have you know one of my crazy what other no go away for sterling old timey kind of like chalky candy that comes in a role you see them probably you've seen them in my old timey candidacy exactly sure I did yeah so all right I guess we should talk a little bit about like you said it's oranges its origins in the napa river basin by this run a tribe like you said and it's called the vine of death of the mother vine this copy and they think that early on they may have just taken this copy by itself right right because it was on the brew it's got the hormones in it that's not only an MA I'd but also has like its own kind of psychoactive stuff going on so that was the original I Oscar yeah and we have written accounts from like the seventeen hundreds when Jesuits would go to the Amazon to trying you know Christianize folks and trip balls yeah because I'm sure the entry was like whoa and that's it you hear about the guy that was just killed the missionary yes on seven oh leads his Sentinel island yeah he he it is like something from a movie he went at first and a child shot an arrow through a Bible that he was holding apparently I had heard about that yet because he had he went back a few times and was like journaling about it instead he basically like held up his bibles like some from a movie and an error was shot through it I'm like dude if that is not like if you believe in god that's a sign from god well you you remember the turnaround the man in the whole episode we talked about them yeah they were the ones that you like you like everyone knew you just don't go anywhere near him and did some fishermen have been killed like yours a few years back and this guy I guess had tried them he decided he was going to be the one yeah I don't actually know enough about the story but he clearly was trying to gain access to them yeah yeah he he was trying to spread the word of Jesus and paid if you're not suppose it's illegal I think even trespass there yeah but he paid people sort of under the table to take him there and they did so in those people were arrested and his family saying you you need to let these people go because he like really wanted to do this I see interesting yeah it is crazy but I just like that sounds like something you would make up from a movie like shooting an arrow through the Bible holding up now so goals I tried but we were talking about the Jesuits like having this on record in the seventeen hundreds right when they went in there like me there's something going on down here that's very interesting yeah and even William S. Burroughs wrote the ya Hey letters yeah in nineteen sixty three and it was about his experience with the I. O. Oscar vine and apparently the the practitioners at the time new well into the to the the twentieth century they you could combine it with the P. veritest right line in and have a completely different experience but that wasn't necessarily the point that was like an optional ceremony you could perform but the most the most widespread in traditional ceremony was just the vine of death right yeah and then at some point somebody started putting them together in word about this got out in the the mid two thousands is when it just I was feeling kind of hit the the public consciousness in in the west yeah I mean in the sixties of course in in certain you know subcultures in America they knew about it because of William S. Burroughs and people seeking out you know things like peyote and all kinds of psychedelic experiences but it definitely was not sort of in the mainstream until you know not not too long ago and even still I think even at the time it was strictly the harm leans in and just the the vine that was being used the copy vine it was it wasn't somebody started putting it together frequently with the the veritest plant and that's when it became hugely popular yes so popular now that there okay tourism big time Mike going on in South America in said the central part is Peru's a room bomba valley and if you I mean if you were going down for an I. O. Oscar experience like a spiritual quest is what is the reason you're going down there I don't fault you for that at all sure do you have to understand Dee Dee you have to do your research to show up in South America and be like all right to make me smile Oscar because there are a lot of in scrupulous in the Far East outfits that have come up sure you to take advantage is explicitly owns that kind of western tourists the ill informed western tourists who is going to have a horrible terrible trip and not going to get the spiritual experience you're looking for so you have to do your research because there are some legitimate I Oscar outfits in South America but you they're they're not going to take you for you to show up down there you're gonna end up in some some in a bad situation yeah for sure so taking part in in one of the ceremonies let's say you do find like a legit shaman who's willing to take your American dollars or whatever however you're paying your golden gets and trinkets it still is sort of funny it all goes back to Burroughs with the set in setting thing right which is what he famously preached about any psychedelic experience is to really put a lot of thought into the set and setting we're going to do this so goes well for you so as this concoction is being brutal like I said before sometimes you're taking part in this in helping to mash it up and threw the T. but what they're really trying to do is the whole ceremony isn't just like for show it's it's all part of the thing to get you settled in and wrote just on kind of the right things going and like what do you want to accomplish here would you want to find out about yourself what questions do you have about yourself and really get into that that frame of mind as they hand you your puke bucket although I would recommend bringing your own yeah I hadn't thought about that I would not want to a re used bucket good lord I hadn't even considered that B. B. Y. O. B. for me so.

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"n t" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"n t" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The American in the second are my conversation with the ship N. T. Wright is the author most recently of how god became king the forgotten story of the gospel records bishop bright is also the author simply Christian many other wonderful books about Christianity and it's extraordinarily well respected biblical scholar the bishop right when you were talking about when we went to break the gospel writers had a much more complicated story than merely reporting the results of a football game may and as a result these discrepancies or these differences in account are simply not significant well there is significant in that they tend to which I lose vision the people are looking for a home than not significant in the sense that they make that they should make you say that for the rule making it up it's a very complicated business but I spent several years some while ago studying the gospels to write my book teases the victory of god which then there's a simple version of it called simply Jesus which is recently out and again and again I find that the gospel writers and not so much like for reporters telling about the same football match that more like for historians today telling you about say you'll civil war and looking at it from different angles from different perspectives but actually it is the same story underneath thanks for biographers really made it makes sense for me because it allows to regret just came out with a new biography of CS Lewis in the job of reading it right now and so there's a new biography with a new bed of material and it's different from every other biography that came up but the other ones aren't bad they're different yep that's right and as I mean in that case McGrath does take issue with some of the previous biographers like a and Wilson but to but basically it's the same story you know he has the same tap going to the same places in writing the same book now the fourth speaker turned on in the room that is the the orchestra simply of Christianity being played is the story of the kingdom of god you write clashing with the king of Caesar I quote you now it is only one we take fully into account the gospels writers believe that Jesus was involved in the ultimate battle against ultimate forces of evil that we can begin to see how their combination of kingdom in cross and looking at wider at the incarnation kingdom cross and resurrection begins to make sense now I've got to ask this is a battle which brings you perilously close to politics are you afraid of that I would be afraid of not coming perilously close to politics because that would imply the two Jesus was not actually lord of the world when I grew up there was an old Christian saying if he is not lord of all he is not an old **** and I I believe that very firmly and within my country anyway we have officially in most people they believe it but we have officially a way of acknowledging the qualities Galton diss is old and that we'll roll supposedly subject but of course most people take manages of that now there are many many political battles from which to choose and here I must ask your opinion both about abortion and about same sex marriage to begin with I do you think they are both objectively evil it well objectively evil that that's interesting the Roman Catholics use the word objectively to mean people may not feel it like this but actually something's wrong with creation I do believe that god made male and female in order to be the means of procreation and recreation and and all the rest of it and so it seems to me and I was always seems to me from the world of nature and the world of scripture the the idea of same sex marriage is actually a contradiction in terms marriage is something between a man and a woman and the the and it's something that results in children being created in families being brought up that way so the same sex marriage is it seems a contradiction in terms however much of secular states may want to make arrangements we had a thing in this country code civil partnerships which enabled couples of the same sex to have the same legal rights as as as married couples but to call it same sex marriages to still seems to be a contradiction in terms abortion is a difficult one because they're always and tomorrow he lives that is better than I do they're always the hard cases about when somebody when the mother's life is in danger and and that sort of thing in cases of rape unity match in a thirteen year old girl being raped by somebody is she it does she have to go and have a baby and all that sort of thing so there are hard case isn't hard cases make bad little but I have tended to take with you over the years I know many of my colleagues in the jet stream into the basically abortion is is at the very most it could be the lesser of two evils but normally if he is an evil and should be resisted should be resisted don't resist missing.

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"n t" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"n t" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Minutes after the hour Americans you know talking with bishop N. T. Wright about his brand new book how god became king the forgotten story of the gospels but now here's my my one over arching reaction before we go to the specifics bishop right I am a eight a dualist I go to mass on Saturday into my Presbyterian church on Sunday and I I've had the benefit of both for many years and a great theologian and mark Roberts is a friend of the pastor so I actually don't I I was finding it a little alien as you talked about the dichotomy between the creed and the cat in the gospel and I and I began to ask myself whether or not Catholics especially those who say the rosary they always say the apostles creed and then it's immediately followed by the our father and they reflect upon the mysteries of the gospel which are themselves for example the mysteries of white include the arrival of the kingdom war in the liturgical setting you get the Nicene creed but you only get it after you get the salt in the response or else on the Old Testament the pistol and the gospel so maybe that the disorder mediation between canon creating gospel doesn't happen among the more liturgically rigorous is that possible I mean it's it's still can because it's when it's it's depends whether the the teaching is framed by the creed or by the canon the creators ever designed as a teaching aid but in many traditions and in seminaries and in churches where they have teaching programs people say well we want to teach people faith is all about so let's go to the apostles creed or the Nicene creed and though you will talk about god will talk about Jesus we'll talk about that is there is but one of the key things then is if you all could question that when the kingdom happen what is the kingdom of god happened and for many many people many many Christians the kingdom of god means I when we go to heaven when we die old something that will happen at the very end of time because the creed says he will come again and his kingdom will have no end in sight people often imagine that the kingdom is something which will happen only in the future this is really the burden of the song throughout my book of course but in the gospels Jesus is inaugurating making to be launching the kingdom on that hasn't happened in the present and and so I think however much people get the response oral psalm of the Old Testament and the whole thing and I'm not local that that that that that's great of Montreal they have that long if they're still thinking in their heads and their hearts but actually golf isn't in charge with still waiting for that to happen then they're missing out on something which is really central to to what the four gospels of trying to tell us what you think so many faithful Christian have missed that message of the kingdom of god being present we have a minute to the break bishop I think in our own day it's partly because in the western world the eighteenth century enlightenment tortoises to think of religion and spirituality is something private and only personal not public and so that the idea of gall to being in charge was quite defensive instant is offensive to many people because they think that means a a kind of ecclesial totalitarianism where you get priest took off a hotline to god telling us all what to do and make use of the phrase and for two hundred years western culture has been in severe reaction against that so that is the precise to the message of feel could see the people do not form for.

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"n t" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"n t" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"One hint they feel when I might J. E. N. T. E. on social media or folk can can email us directly through the website and again the information on the no tax rate campaign is no tech for I. dot com domino's how can people get in touch with the C. C. R. and I understand that you've issue this report I wish you been talking about how can people get that report yeah great the the website for the report is W. W. W. dot Alec attacks dot O. R. G. you can find out more and follow us online on Facebook at the center for constitutional rights I'm AT on Twitter at the C. C. R. he wanted to email us at info at C. C. I'd justice dot O. R. G. what corporations have you forced out of Alec I can't take any credit for that myself but I know that the color of change folks in the center for media and democracy and others have done a fantastic job of pushing out a lot of those organizations I will one of the best ones that I had off was it was Exxon exon finally got out that's really interesting debate about how Alec members of fighting about whether they should continue this this **** and bull about about climate change not existing and then for all of you out there putting pressure on large scale willing gas companies to make them realize that they should no longer fund this comment on stuff that feeling that he they felt the need to step away so keep going if it's working that I see did you have any final thoughts no I like it one very big part of the high but for us it it really is about just increasing more and more organized in to be a return to ensure that our communities have a voice and and our democracy and the corporations aren't taking control I mean he can get policies thank you so much for that the time in the state well you do terrific work and thank you so much for being online disorder don do you have any final thoughts before I have to say goodbye yeah I just wanted to really echo a little bit of what you sent to us saying that I mean this is this is a story about Alex but it's actually a story about self governance I'm in those of you out there who who really care about you'll you'll system of of democracy in government and really want your lawmakers to represent you that's what this fight is about we shouldn't let these you know special private clubs where corporations and and other interests just run the show privately at that time for that and we're running out of time on so many fronts and one of the that the key thing to hold the sword together is is god is pulling back we need to take back control of our of our democratic processes Dominic Grand Prix in passing to consolidate thank you very much for being online disorder good luck to you we'd like to have you back you can report on more victories here you to take it easy visit us online at law and disorder dot org for archived programs and links to many of the issues we discussed I have to call in to our host chat but as you know I'm laid up with a broken ankle well I'm sorry to hear that but I applaud your devotion to the show we're.

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"n t" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"n t" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"This is big dog was off to the races man he saw glory he stop paydirt nothing but respect to Hearst the I. N. T. after the big fella showing his wheels down the field my man was going he was moving he had a head of steam you know he saw that and so on and he was thinking NFL Heisman Trophy on that and that's what he got absolutely lit up by ten A. ill I have not seen a quarterback lay ahead on somebody like that since Andrew luck laid out sure Reese right back in college I had to put salt in the wound raider fan but that plays the perfect metaphor for your entire season you get rolling you're thinking you might feel they do something amazing maybe get to the playoffs not only get to the playoffs but possibly win your division and then you get blind sided it absolutely don't dropped out of no where from looking like an all time big man pick six to getting flattened by a quarterback in seconds from six in four to six and seven in a heart beat the what that pick even with the pack that was amazing play by Tannahill like he gets picked instead of giving up on the play my man turns and starts a running like the wind any time I do have an angle and they just a lighting up of big man wrecking his life long dream not only did he not how is it he.

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"n t" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"n t" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It's funny yes what else is going on Gary you can maybe that was why he okay music I'm so proud of the fact that you said the Grateful Dead is boring you need high energy rock and roll to enjoy yourself I don't know anybody to go to a show even if was Frank Sinatra lay back when he was wonderful wonderful but I guess way back when you shop there the Italian corners she revealed their awesome but you know thank you really total show it was a cool cruel are saying and just collapse even if you get older you sixty seventies could you do that I don't know that's a good question can you go she eighteen DEC yourself right now and enjoy yourself when you leave and we haven't seen him before yeah I have are you probably want that right is okay what's your favorite song a dirty deeds done dirt cheap the one years do you sing in karaoke here like that about CNC T. N. T. yes I like that too hello rendition you know I private okay okay Gerry got the rad out on that sun set Joe the TV screen yeah you know what I mean women to the left of me women to the right how can I make capital night don't you stand all right all right yeah yeah that's beautiful thank you.

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"n t" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"n t" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"n t" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"n t" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"School kids will soon had to learn to make new friends and spread new germs but ordinary tissues can leave nose is red so send them off with pops instead. protect your school bono's and it's all you can do to keep a little red note from coming to you even in the class I'm nose in need deserves pops in the. the rubble that was inside you didn't go away rebels never do. that's. live alongside a more sophisticated you. and a straight up old fashioned you. they're all in there they're always you and then V. V. N. T. we're looking out for everyone. all we see. member FDIC. this is the story of a very special woman. in a matter of seconds she turned herself into the Greek mathematician. knowledge. and still is. she could also make monsters disappear. only those that lurked in the shadows under the. this woman put back together teenage girls from the heart which had been shattered into a thousand pieces chest by giving her a bear hug she masqueraded as a regular person at work but as the super hero at home. everyone knows her as Gabrielle a. nice to call her mom. your hero needs you now.

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"n t" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"n t" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Thursday this week just is under way use the hashtag P. C. N. T. on Twitter you want to communicate with us also gives call six five one nine eight nine five eight five five anytime you wanna take part in the conversation again it's right in there Sam a little bit later on in the hour we're going to ask the question why are people destroying the aqua scooters in Saint Paul also didn't get a chance to get to it yesterday but we have a news story some audio drew Canada let trick bike your car well sure the okay well sure the new story was a news story with you at your bike yeah replace my car yeah I fit my family on a lecture well the great thing about this story and here's a bit of your keys the great thing about the story is that the entire story is basically how the electric bike will not replace your car but but but Janet they answer that question I wasn't sure that was the intention we're going to get to a trump's tweets say and also the feud going on between Milano Mar and and Tucker Carlson real quick though that's kind of the telegraph and it might be helpful for you Sam as you I helped to train it young impressionable minds to ride the horses and ponies okay right maybe even yourself right sure you could use is doing a maybe I can the telegraph athletes and I think as we played anybody who urge themselves on using the second person are more likely to triumph according to new research okay so okay that's the you can do it right rather than rather than I can do an exam to trying to accomplish something Iraq come on drew you can do about this jury act now I could not I can do right now is it not not I can do this is the second person right right did you tricking yourself into thinking someone else's encouraging you turn yourself into thinking someone cares yes exactly that's how you can get through life sciences it's so true already know learned nobody does self talk can have a positive effect on athletes particularly those taking part in endurance sports researchers at Bangor university they analyze twenty two cycle is swing at a call into question right then and there okay undertaking a series of time trials of those they found that those who use the second person to consistently completed the trial quicker produce more power after athletes did not perceive themselves to have worked any harder either so in theory holds that you else competitor stay disciplined in a disciplined mind set because it reminds them of being spoken to by an authority figure such as parents teachers or coaches well there's there's something to be said for the idea of accountability right I mean that's a that is a tactic that gets used a lot for a lot of different things leisure liberal right you know if you're trying to accomplish something that is difficult it it helps to have somebody who is holding you accountable for the results or like you feel accountable to somebody for the results as white people highly personal trainers right you know there's nothing that you you need a personal trainer for anything that a person turns you would tell you to do you can just go do but you know we a you don't necessarily have that motivation if you don't feel like well if I don't if I don't do this you know Bob is going to be disappointed if well I'm certainly not the only one that like calls and leaves like messages for me right now right or looks in the mirror and says you are going to have a great day today I'm not the only one there right you don't but the other one does that writing the three of us all right and then these are important you know John if you're having a bad day just just remember right and you are you are special yourself in a little a little little positive message and I thought the only one that does not it's you against Stuart Smalley I believe doctor James Hardie one of the researchers said it is possible that using the non first person pronoun perspective health performers because it allows the runner to adapt a thinking process that is more helpful to her or himself like you can give yourself advice now you can encourage yourself in the in the moments that in turn promotes clear thinking better choices and enhanced performance you did it you did it was a you did a good thing John by choosing to talk about the story well it's nice to get accolades and if you don't have anybody in your life it's giving you those accolades you've to give them to yourself when you should be very proud that you brought the story up on the show he was totally did not derail this segment this was a good contact John it we do it what is there I don't know where my who's now with what has happened now and I think this.

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"n t" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"n t" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Right. The money. I might do it. No boy worked for some money. Keep man keep willing to do anything for some money. Love. People will suck. Now, we asked about men, Sarah. So you must be talking about your boyfriend or your husband. I'm talking about my boyfriend's what he say, so we don't have a lot of money right now we've been highway for a few days. What would you or anything? Chinese who are hungry. Well, let me ask you a question. Are you willing to do the same? Would you go out there and sell so? It's tiny. Chinese food some lights, maybe a house. The state of pay your bills. No. Outside. I'm not second light is your boyfriend would you now? Can you talk to them? Please. What's up, brother? Why you don't want to learn a trade? I'm so hungry by now outside anything Bill, which you also hungry. What happened what happened in your life? I don't have a job right now. So it's Chinese food would be okay. From now. Cash guys. Mccaskey's? I wanted to tell us because maybe people that donate to wasn't cash. Okay. I'm I'm gonna tell you. What should I do? Should I take it? I am begging you to give money. Doesn't it doesn't get anybody? Doesn't spelled B O E S N T D O E N T D E E T A N Y A N Y better the long. That's it. I'm gonna say I'm gonna say I'm gonna pay for your Chinese a nightmare..

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