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"newburn" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"I'm sorry i went up to the roof this early. Like i shouldn't have been up here. It gets really upset. It's really upsetting. People are like freaking out about getting home to their loved ones. They're like trying to get on a train. Like any trained. It'll get them out of there because they're like the stations all messed up Yeah it's intense like you're you're trying to get to the train station just like in the original game to get back to sector seven so you can reunite at the seventh heaven bar aka a hq for avalanche and in the original like the trip is not that eventful. You run into heiress the flower girl. You get to the train tracks. You get surrounded by shinri soldiers and you can either fight them where you can jump on the train but either way you're getting on the train like pretty point and click olah goes down in this version that deviates dramatically from the original beginning with clouds starts having whether it's a hallucination or he's actually seeing something real either way just now you and means that we saw roth. We did and steph. Roth gives cloud this like scars. Simba's speech of like runaway cloud never return. But his voice is very seductive. Which is problematic. For may i know. So he's voiced by tyler hoefflin or haukeland. I'm not sure how to pronounce his last name. But he is the actor. Who plays superman on. Superman and lois on the cw actually a great show. Which is dope. And i am to understand that he is the the second. The second superman to voice to voice sef roth george. Newburn who voiced in many animated projects voiced him in kingdom hearts and other video game saliva. And now it's the new superman so it's very funny. These two actors who played like these total opposites being the ultimate paragon of good and steph roth being the ultimate paragon of evil. Yeah i i love the several voice acting to beyond its weird like the energy of very strange. Yeah yeah it's so on runaway. Yeah runaway cloud but their conversation is very provocative the lead up to it is deeply evocative right like your cloud is like on one side. He's he's walking. Through burning dr. On the other side yeah. It's like the flaming wreckage of nibble. Heim it looks like it. Looks like two worlds. Colliding is throw cool in a way that even in a cut scene in like the original game. I think you could not have really done it. Justice the way that they know here with like the two scenes overlaid on top of each other. And you get to set roth in an alleyway and Roth is is really just like giving giving clouds some some really terrifying stuff clouds. Saying you're not real you're dead. It's different because i am an cloud. Says killed you with my own and seventh this. Oh you need not remind me. It was the crowning moment of our time together. I get so funny. It kills me. I think it's great. It's like really bizarre. And not really the. I guess. The energy and i was very timing. The timing on this next line read is crazy. He goes but that was then. This is now. I have a favor to ask.
"newburn" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"You say over Nothing is over until we decide it is that's right. Did you say we? Yeah. The thing is, what's gonna happen first. Is Tony LaRussa, and we're going to talk about Tony LaRussa. Later on in the show around 10 30. Jesse Rogers is going to join us. We're gonna have Ryan McGuffey of NBC Sports Chicago. They did a great job The last couple of weeks on their White Sox talk podcast, Woodchuck guard Find Vinnie Newburn, Alex hold talking about Animal. I'm sorry. Talking about Tony LaRussa coming here is a manager. What's going to happen first, Tony LaRussa will talk to one of his players or we'll figure out who actually won. Yes, which will happen for 3123323776. Because this is like the rest of the world is just shaking their heads going. What is wrong with these people? It's like, Come on, you know, and then talking well, Nevada slow. They count cards in Nevada. They everything is based on counting and they can't figure things I actually I actually thought that maybe they can grab some people from the casino. Some professionals go over there and count your very a lot of people to do this. I had been taking people that are working for us is what I'm saying now and it seems like I thought I saw something yesterday where it's like, Yeah, we're done for the night. What? I don't think anything has moved in three days. I don't know. Nothing official has moved in three days. 3123323777 baby to watch we are getting into bears. We're gonna hear from Kurt Warner. We talked a little bit earlier this week with Waddell and Sylvie will talk with you will hear from Matt Nagy. I see a cut here that's talking about Anthony Miller's growth in the Saints game. I don't even care about Anthony Miller anymore, Darnell movies. I have a lot of fun to watch. He is a lot of fun fashion receiver that can catch the ball. Absolutely. Isn't that a nice combination? Tohave? Yeah. Now all we have to do is actually use him. Yes, Cole commit Hold it. I want to know. Did you know there was that turnover and all that, But the kid has to get bored shots. He also did something when David Montgomery was running for a first down. If he was in the second quarter, Montgomery had, like one or two yards he needed for cold command key behind him and push him for the other two. And they got the first down, and then he went to the sidelines together and combat was like pat him on the back, and he turned around and gave the thumbs up and I want to see more of cold command. We know we're going to see a lot of people at the offensive line we've never heard of before. Because the Bears have so many offensive line problems. You have injuries. You have cove it. You have all these kind of situations. When the only guy that you have in the offensive line that's going to be there is is Charles Leno. That's not necessarily a good thing because he's Mr Penalty. Mr Hold will do. A lot of things were jumping offside and things like that. So you made an interesting game. They're trying to stop one of the biggest fastest runners in the National Football League, and Derrick Henry. So we'll take your calls 3123323776 and we have a pole up on Twitter Twitter poll up there. Asking you Paris fan. How many wins will this Bears team finish with? Seven or less. They have five right now They're five, so seven or less 89 or 10 or more. 3123323776. You can give us your opinion on the pole. You can vote on the pole on Twitter at ESPN. 1000. Xander and Fred will get right back to your calls. 3123323776 talking some bears. Are you like cap Have you given up? We're talking about here on ESPN 1000. You're.
"newburn" Discussed on IDKCast
"Not just go on these except for this whole astros situation and quite honestly. I'm sick of it. I just need the commissioner to do what is right. Take away that trophy. They don't deserve it. They stole it away from people who should have that entire final Their entire world sees game is a hoax and entire season was basically a hoax in. This man doesn't do what's right is earning taken your sports in general and I feel like this is also something that's going on with the world in general this whole idea of Mo- places. It's okay when people do things as long as leadership position above the average person is not okay robin wrong and right is right. This man is to take some serious repercussions of businesspeople. And then talk about. Oh will you know us? Finding out about is enough is not enough. There are consequences for every action people. Take just because you're a celebrity just because you're in professional sports just because you know whatever whatever standards that you might be that is above the average Joe that does not mean that wrong it becomes right right because all you need to face the consequences of your decision. They stole the signs. It's been proven over and over again. Became a lie about it. Good for it can't come up with a good reason for why they did. They're basically live. Until love. Press conference you need to be mad intake so repercussion of actions against the Astros for doing this. Because if you don't doors will be. The rest of the fans will need to do something about this situation has say on. Now something else is all that's Howard. Gummy are pretty fired. Up this whole wing situation he has. If you guys don't know wait his son his son's name Zaire way his son apparently comes him I I'm assuming this was like a private matter and says hey you know I think transgender. I think that I'm a I'm a girl attractive by you know I don't on Gay because I think among girl trip didn't boy's body but I like boys now keeper. My Zaire Wade is twelve years old. Keep calling it a little boys. I wait until they changed him. He wants to be 'cause I already care. Listen you go mid main Zaire. He is twelve years old head of neo dancing to his parents. Talking about this stuff we tell you something. We separated straight. I'M NOT HOMOPHOBIC TRANSPHOBIC unafraid. Anybody of Jesus Christ however wrong will be righted. Right Eye Games. Zaire more lever because the kid is twelve years old. He doesn't know what he's talking he sees terms. He doesn't understand. It doesn't listen the consequences behind certain actions behaviors as legally if you're a twelve year old induce convey. You're not gonNA charge as an adult. The reason that there's If you get in trouble as a child with the system will get a lesser penalty than somebody who does the same crime as an adult is. Because you don't know you do not have them life experiences. You don't have the knowledge wisdom to understand what she did. How long it is. That is what society said the way that is. We base everything based off of how person psychologically is able to handle certain decisions at twelve years old. You should not be making any decisions. Where so outside. Of course you're going to wear for that effect when I was twelve. I think there was like the first year on mother choose were close. I want us to wear you. Don't get me wrong. I WAS NOT DUMPING. I wasn't nobody was no mice. You're twelve years old man. I was twelve years old. I didn't know what from elbow about life. And you want to allow a twelve year old to make such a life altering decision chemically castrate yourself. Stop your body from producing natural hormones. Turn your boy. Insulin may want you take those strives. Even your reversals. Even the little bit to supplement your body will naturally be able to produce April amounts and nothing. What if he changes his mind? He's already on testosterone blocks. There is no reversal. There is no going back. That's what they don't tell you lose on those drugs of news to change men into women women and men. Even as an adult there is no reversal. There is no going back. It's a permanent decision. A life altern decision seems to mean kings. Get chemically castrate. No what are they allowed to do? A A physical reassignment surgery. Now if he had changed his mind making five minutes ten minutes meeting a couple years later down. The road is stuck with the decision. They cannot be lean done. What did you do physical sexual reassignment surgery? It CANNOT BE UNDONE. They don't allow. That is such a permanent decision. Indeed you know most of those children who end up on those stats on bothers. Those estrogen bloggers. They regret the decisions of two three years later. And there is actually an increased rate of suicide in children. Take those bloggers early on his children. Because Amaze a permanent decision that is reversible but you cannot allow. We told you to tell you that the feel like the girl in a boys' by do not even understand with us. The lie saying that this is probably a publicity stunt because the way it has some biography coming out some biographic documentary assuming the Hayes airing out this Chelsea business because you want some free publicity. Deaths help you know these PR sons work. But what does it say about you as a man pitcher allowing in twelve years to tell you who they in here doesn't see about Joseph fog. How you the man of the House hearing a twelve year old to tell me? No you can't address Ms Newburn. Attrition is you're GONNA quote unquote respect the day. Masculinization of the black man is helping right in front of our eyes and nobody is sinking anything about in fact. Everybody's clip pockets applauded this voice and they don't even know how bad is going to get until searchers. Come up to them now as I can before finals. A. Mama Dan four in a force by girl. I'm a girl I'm really boy in what you wanted to say. Because listen if you condition to Celebrity you allow people eat. He's thereof. They're influenced by the house a liberties they're influenced by a health but coulter outside of things they will know really how to think for themselves these days they you media the thing. They set the agenda. This said what you're bringing supposedly points in a few but the second half what you do when they how much cynicism you may you've lived a whole life new child the head of Fox come to three years because that's when they said that the these thoughts about been tracing started when I hear it was three years old. He's been volley twelve more simply have thought of Boston. Death three years old and kept me. No Groin thought fertilizer. That thought alone. The thoughts you know festival Lincoln Hermit of me are you that you allow a twelve year old to tone you dress tell you what they like what they don't want me talking on. The end is near only two new preaching all the height man. But May the end is near there. There's no light is what's about like going on in meter but I'll be guy I'm gonNA WANNA chill on tiree. Yari known I feel about it. you guys should definitely tune in next week is going to be great. I'm going to be introducing a brand new segment. We'll be talking about some news at you actually using everyday life or just fun facts. Some new stuff to introduce Cabrini cultivates Thoughts helped him exposure guys to sue. Id's it's GonNa be fun. It's going to be agreed Jerry. I can't wait to keep going with this on guys. Thank you for listening to the fifth vessel accomplishment but it's an accomplishment among us so also going head in preseason some great guests interviews guys we're going to interviewing a future. Olympian as she is going to be representing the country of Nigeria. Homegrown here in America. Also talking about attrition EST chopping it up with some great guests. I can't wait incas to meet him. Stay tune for the following at the schools. So you guys can these people to all right. I'm a sign off on. I decay cares is shorter. Yoho agreed listed the Whitman..
"newburn" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"So another danger for you out there see the story about Hoover that over that everybody's been waiting for this safety report they were supposed to disclose what happens in their vehicles and they've been criticized over the years for you hear these stories about women getting assaulted some guy you know assaults these women their other customers so over released a report that covers two thousand seventeen two thousand eighteen numbers have got to be bigger now six thousand incidents of sexual assaults of various kinds six thousand so I've I mean I've got to ask you ladies I've heard this before from women they don't trust uber or left because they don't know whose car they're getting in the other is the story of the woman who got killed because she's a college student and it was what was the Midwest and she call the Newburn some guy pulls up in a black car she jumped in she didn't check out you know you gotta check and look and go they send a photo of the driver they send the license plate number of the car so she was negligent but wound up costing her life but I'm talking about okay so there's a license plate yep that matches the other is the face of the of the driver yep that matches you get in the car with this complete stranger and off you go then that the I mean it's it's number of sexual assaults two thousand nine hundred in two thousand seventeen three thousand forty five in two thousand eighteen.
"newburn" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"To negotiate with no preconditions. They know precisely how. To find us and I'm confident that at the very moment, they're ready to truly engage with us. We'll begin we able to begin these conversations this as sources say, President Trump okay to US cyber attack last Thursday to disable Iranian military computers used for rocket and missile controls are expected to hear soon from New Hampshire state police about Friday's crash on US to in Randolph of a pickup truck and ten motorcycles, causing seven deaths all of them, bikers who were marine veterans police say the truck driver is not charged didn't need hospitalization, but they have not told exactly where he is an Air Canada passenger claims she was forced to organize their own escape from an empty plane in Toronto after flight crews left her asleep in her seat allegedly happened June ninth, Tiffany, atom says she managed to get the plane door open. But it was quite a dropped below the plane parked far away from the terminal. She says she eventually attracted the attention of a baggage attendant who brought a ladder truck to the plane to rescue her an air. Canada's spokesperson says the airline is reviewing the incident. You're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station, news, ninety three point four KFI a I'm Cindy CHA a news, ninety three point one k s became fire crews are working to contain the east fire burning west red blood, the fire has grown to three hundred seventy eight acres in his currently Bernie through brush, and timber containment is at five percent. As crews are reinforcing the boundaries of the confinement area. The Hanes fire is ninety nine percent contained twenty three acres Stockton fire chief, Eric Newman faces a felony domestic violence charge as he is under investigation by turlock police. He was arrested on Thursday for alleged domestic violence incident that happened on June fourteen. Newburn has been Stockton's fire chief for four years and was placed on administrative leave following his arrest. He was set to retire at the end of this month. The US Geological Survey says a magnitude five point five earthquake has hit near the Pacific coast of northern California. The agency says earthquake struck at eight fifty three pm about seventeen point three miles, southeast of scotch Shah, a town of eight hundred fifty people. Media report says earthquake was felt in the region. There are no reports of damage. Cindy Chan news ninety three point one f became the weather to get seeing some weekend brake.
"newburn" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"North Carolina on the Mark Levin app. How are you? Thanks. You know, being part of a military family time short. So whenever I buy your books. I also get version, just in case, I don't have time to sit down and read it right Friday. The opportunity to be driving up to Washington DC from Newburn North Carolina to meet up with my wife who's been up there with her unit. She didn't know national guard and I was listening to your book with my kids and we're talking about it along the way. And it just so happens that when we got up there to DC my wife really wanted to take our kids to the holocaust museum, because they're oldness now to really appreciate it. You know, he's been there before, and there was a new exhibit there, and it was all about, you know what did America know? And when did they know it and how did they respond? And it just struck me. You. Exhibit and listening to its guide was talking to us about. How much was there about the New York Times new and, you know, part of the exhibit was, you know, different polls that they had taken different questions that they ask the American public and plastered all over the walls, were, you know, we're going to run out of time Daniel. What did they say about the New York Times coverage? And it really was a parent because on the walls word different headlines from different. Newspapers in all the newspapers were talking about, you know, not to trust you towards the Jews, and, you know, different things that were happening, but the New York Times headlines were Nazis burning books, which is a bad thing. But comparatively speaking, are you kidding me? And when they did these headlines on the New York Times, which you say were minimal to begin with that they say what pages headlines were on. But you could tell that they weren't like front page headlines. Exactly would be like you know, down towards the bottom of the page and just, you know, not in bold or anything like that. The New York Times conduct.
"newburn" Discussed on KTOK
"Bern North Carolina on the Mark Levin app. How are you? Thanks just wanted to say, you know being part of a military family time short. So whenever I buy your books. I also get version, just in case, I don't have time to sit down and read it right? Friday, the opportunity to be driving up to Washington DC from Newburn North Carolina to meet up with my wife who's been up there with her unit. She didn't know national guard and I was listening to your book with my kids and we're talking about it along the way. And it just so happens that when we got up there to DC my wife really wanted to take our kids to the holocaust museum, because they're old enough now to really appreciate it. You know. Defend there before, and there was a new exhibit there, and it was all about, you know what did America know? And when did they know it and how did they respond? And it just struck me as odd is going through this exhibit and listening to guide was talking to us about. How much was there about the New York Times, and, you know, part of the exhibit was, you know, different polls that they had taken different questions that they ask the American public and plastered all over the walls, were, you know, we're going to run out of time Daniel. What did they say about the New York Times coverage? And it really was a parent because, you know, on the walls were different headlines from different. Newspapers in all the newspapers were talking about, you know, not the atrocities towards the Jews, and, you know, different things that were happening, but the New York Times headlines were Nazis burning books, which is a bad thing. But comparatively speaking, are you kidding me? And when they did these headlines on the New York Times, which you say were minimal to begin with that they say what pages headlines were on. But you could count it. They weren't like front page headlines. Exactly would be like you know, down towards the bottom of the page and just, you know, not in bold or anything like that. The New York Times conduct.
"newburn" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Minutes. Daniel new Bern North Carolina on the Mark Levin app. How are you? Thanks. I just wanted to say, you know being part of a military family time short. So whenever I buy your books. I also get version, just in case, I don't have time to sit down and read it right? Thank friday. The opportunity to be driving up to Washington DC from Newburn North Carolina to meet up with my wife who's been up there with her unit. She'd in the mirror Mellon, national guard and I was listening to your book, with my kids, and we're talking about it along the way. And it just so happens that when we got up there to DC my wife really wanted to take our kids to the holocaust museum, because they're old enough now to really time for free. She even know he's been there before, and there was a new exhibit there, and it was all about, you know what did America know? And when did they know it, and how did they respond, and it just struck me dogs going through this exhibit and listening to guide was talking? To us about. How much was there about the New York Times new and, you know, part of the exhibit was, you know, different polls that they had taken different questions that they ask the American public and plastered all over the walls, were, you know, we're going to run out of time Daniel. What did they say about the New York Times coverage? The New York Times, and it really was apparent because, you know, on the walls were different headlines from different. Newspapers in all the newspapers were talking about, you know, Nazi atrocity towards the Jews, and, you know, different things that were happening, but the New York Times headlines were Nazis burning books, which is a bad thing. But comparatively speaking, are you kidding me? And when they did these headlines on the New York Times, which you say were minimal to begin with that they say what pages headlines were on. They didn't. But you could tell that they weren't like front page headlines. Exactly would be like you know, down towards the bottom of the page and just, you know, not in bold or anything like that. The New York Times conduct then was a disgrace. It was diabolical and their conduct. Now, trying to remove a president of the United States is absolutely outrageous to thank you, Daniel. I appreciate.
"newburn" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Two minutes. Daniel Newburn North Carolina on the Mark Levin app. How are you? Thanks. you know being part of a military family time short so whatever i buy your books also get version just in case i don't have time to sit down and read it right the opportunity to be driving up to washington d._c. from newburn north carolina to meet up with my wife who's been up there with her unit she'd in maryland national guard in i was listening to your book with my kids and we're talking about it along the way and it just so happens that when we got up there to d._c. my wife really wanted to take our case to the holocaust museum because they're old notes now to really kind of hit you know he's been there before and there was a new exhibit there and it was all about you know what did america know and when did they know it and how did they respond just struck me and john exhibit and listening to its guide was talking to us about how much was there about the new york times new and you know part of the exhibit was you know different poll that they had taken different questions that they ask the american public and plastered all over the walls were you know we're going to run out of time daniel what did they say about the new york times coverage and it really was apparent because on the walls were different headlines from different newspapers in all the newspapers were talking about you know not to trust these towards the jews and you know different things that were happening but the new york times headlines were not burning books which is a bad thing but comparatively speaking are you kidding me and when they did these headlines on the new york times which you say were minimal to begin with that they say what pages headlines were on didn't but you could count it they weren't like front page headlines exactly would be like you know down towards the bottom of the page and you know not bold or anything like that the new york times conduct then was a disgrace it was diabolical and their conduct now trying to remove a president of the united states is absolutely outrageous to thank you daniel i appreciate it we'll be right back do you do you wish that double chin would just disappear newsflash ladies and gentlemen people look at your jaw line it simply tells your age here's robin from lubbock texas i put genucel jaw line cream on my neck two or three days ago this is the best my neck is looked in twenty years.
"newburn" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"The bacteria does cause problems if it leaves the person somac- or God and moves into other parts and other organs in their body. So the doctors at children's which is a very good hospital. I want to go there here. Everybody doing really, well, it just let like old fart like what is the cutoff eighteen? You believe so you don't really you don't know. Yeah, but do they? Yeah. But I like what if they start there with their eleven and they keep going back? Do you do other rules on this what you can't just have like high? I'm here, where's your e R bang, my knee? You know what I had my stroke. You didn't see me driving myself over there. Can you imagine? But what, what would they have done here? I am having a stroke like afraid of is right next door. I'm sure that's what they do, when, when there are people that are all mixed up and they probably send him over to freighters. Right. It's that right next door. But it's in the same complex anyway. I'll stop joking. This is a serious story. So what they did is they immediately put the girl on antibiotics, which is normally what you do. When you see a bacterial infection? The antibiotics are supposed to last for ten days. It was at this point that the authorities tried to get some background information hear what was going on with the girl. It turns out that they were able to determine that it was the second time she'd been hospitalized for as the beer infection in five weeks. Five weeks earlier according to the criminal complaint, she was hospitalized in Oklahoma four and I'm going to try to read the first term here, but it's a form of sepsis and everybody does assesses club. See Ella subset subsets that I don't know of sepsis has ninety seven different forms of it. But sepsis is a bacterial infection. And bacteria. That was also treated with that she was hospitalized in Oklahoma for twenty one days now, before we go any further. If you're listening to the store, you probably have some red flags that are already popping up. The first one would be why is the woman from Oklahoma. Taking your kid to children's hospital in Milwaukee. And that's what the story starts to get interesting troubling and very, very weird. While the girl was hospitalized at children's. The mother Alicia Newburn, according to the criminal complaint told the medical staff that her daughter had been diagnosed with listen to some of these things this autonomy. A- muscular dystrophy. Might Okon drill disease, hypertension, and hypertension of severe dismissed some of these conditions that I've never heard of. So the mother said that her daughter has already been diagnosed with all of those things, including muscular dystrophy. The children's staff was then able to confirm that the daughter has a pacemaker implanted. Inner body. There were also ports at her body to receive IV fluids. And gastro tube. The story goes on the mother's claims that her daughters about her daughter's medical diagnosis, raised concerns because the girl was evaluated November of two thousand sixteen by a team of physicians representing the Nelson services for rare and undiagnosed diseases. So nearly three years ago two and a half years ago. She was at a high end medical facility where they were trying to evaluate all these things that seem to be wrong with this girl, and they ran a series of tests, which they found in a database that they found that in fact muscular dystrophy had been ruled out. Conrail disorders also ruled out. So while the mother was claiming that her daughter had all of these specific conditions. In fact, she had already been tested for those conditions, and they found that she infected not have them. During that hospitalization at children's November of two thousand sixteen the girl underwent additional testing which revealed no evidence of any rare disorders. The story goes on to say that a medical director at the facility conducted a review of all of the medical records for the girl since her birth. And they found that the medical history. You remember when somebody goes to the doctor, they take a history edifice a child? They generally take it from the parrot. They found checking her medical history that every time that she was brought into the doctor the mother had a tendency to make up a bunch of diseases that she said her daughter had, which in fact she did not have. The story goes on to say that the mother has taken her daughter to medical providers hospitals in Oklahoma, Texas, Ohio, Wisconsin, North Carolina, and Tennessee it because she always came in with symptoms of something. She was subjected to all sorts of medical procedures at casts, I could tell you just in the thing that I had the number of tests that they do the try to rule out every that try to this of the other thing. We'll in the case of this ten year old girl, she apparently has been a pin cushion for every type of test the magical, because there other keeps running around the country doctor shopping, claiming that my kids this that or the other thing..
"newburn" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"The bacteria does cause problems if it leaves the person somac- or God and moves into other parts and other organs in their body. So the doctors children's which is a very good hospital. I want to go there. I hear everybody doing really, well, it just let like old fart like what is the cutoff eighteen? You believe so you don't really you don't know. Yeah. But did they but I like what if they start there with her eleven and they keep going back? Do you do other rules on this? Well, you can't just have like high. I'm here. Where's your E R? I bang my knee. You know what I had my stroke. You didn't see me driving myself over there. Can you imagine? But what, what would they have done here? I am having a stroke like you know, freighter is right next door. I'm sure that's what they do. And when there are people that are all mixed up and they probably send him over to freighter. Right. It's not right next door. But it's in the same complex anyway. I'll stop joking. This is a serious story. So what they did is they immediately put the girl on antibiotics, which is normally what you do. When you see a bacterial infection? The antibiotics are supposed to last for ten days. It was at this point that the authorities tried to get some background information here is what was going on with the girl. It turns out that they were able to determine that it was the second time she'd been hospitalized for a severe infection in five weeks. Five weeks earlier according to the criminal complaint, she was hospitalized in Oklahoma four and I'm going to try to read the first term here, but it's a form of sepsis and everybody does assesses club. See Ella subset substance that I don't know of sepsis has ninety seven different forms of it. But sepsis is a bacterial infection. And back to Rabia that was also traded with that. She was hospitalized in Oklahoma for twenty one days now, before we go any further. If you're listening to the store, you probably has some red flags that are already popping up. The first one would be why is the woman from Oklahoma. Taking your kid to children's hospital in Milwaukee. And that's what the story starts to get interesting troubling and very, very weird. While the girl was hospitalized at children's. The mother Alicia Newburn, according to the criminal complaint told the medical staff that her daughter had been diagnosed with listen to some of these things this autonomy. A- muscular dystrophy. Might Akon drill disease, hypertension, and hypertension of severe Dismore Tilleke, some of these conditions that I've never heard of. So the mother said that her daughter has already been diagnosed with all of those things, including muscular dystrophy. The children's staff was then able to confirm that the daughter has a pacemaker implanted. Inner body. There were also ports that her body to receive IV fluids. And gastro tube. The story goes on the mother's claims that her daughters about her daughter's medical diagnosis, raised concerns because the girl was evaluated November of two thousand sixteen by a team of physicians representing the Nelson services for rare and undiagnosed diseases. So nearly three years ago two and a half years ago. She was at a high end medical facility where they were trying to evaluate all these things that seemed to be wrong with this girl, and they ran a series of tests, which they found in a database that they found that in fact muscular dystrophy had been ruled out. Conrail disorders also ruled out. So while the mother was claiming that her daughter had all of these specific conditions. In fact, she had already been tested for those conditions, and they found that she infected not have them. During that hospitalization at children's. In November of two thousand sixteen the girl underwent additional testing which revealed no evidence of any rare disorders. The story goes on to say that a medical director at the facility conducted a review of all of the medical records for the girl censor birth. And they found that the medical history. You remember when somebody goes to the doctor, they take a history and a child, they generally take it from the parent. They found in checking her medical history that every time that she was brought into the doctor the mother had a tendency to make up a bunch of diseases that she said her daughter had, which in fact she did not have. The story goes on to say that the mother has taken her daughter to medical providers hospitals in Oklahoma, Texas, Ohio, Wisconsin, North Carolina, and Kenneth see it, because she always came in with symptoms of something. She was subjected to all sorts of medical procedures at casts, I could tell you just in the thing that I had the number of tests that they do that try to rule out every try to this the other thing, we'll in the case of this ten year old girl, she apparently has been a pin cushion for every type of test the magical because there are other keeps running around the country doctor shopping claiming that my kid has this the other thing. One of the officials at children's stated, quote, there is a high degree of concern on the part of multiple medical providers. That the girl is the victim of. Fictitious disorder by proxy on the part of the defendant factitious disorder is also called Munchausen syndrome by poxy, which is apparent making up exaggerating reducing the condition, for other front, otherwise, healthy child, sometimes as a means to garner sympathy or attention now, the story, the newspaper goes on sites number of cases where this has gotten national attention. In some cases, there are people who want to set up go fund pages and use the fake illness with their child in an in an attempt to simply gain money in other cases it's actually a disorder on the part of the had which. They're screwed up and they come up and they make up diseases that child has an actually sincerely believed that their child has this in other words. They're so delusional that they're convinced that this child has all of these diseases, and whenever they're told by the doctors that they don't they simply go somewhere else, and try to find somebody who's willing to tell them that they do now the key to this. Is your generally have to go from one state to another and go somewhere where initially your medical records are not accessible? In other words, that's imagine. I just popped in suppose I'm traveling tonight in Salt Lake City, Utah, and I say I've got all these things that are going on. It's going to take some time before they actually get access to my records in Wisconsin. In the meantime, they're going to respond to all the things that I'm saying, let's imagine I make it up. Oh, I've got this here, and this is going to go off of what you say test on this run a test on that. And do all of these things, so forth, and so on in an attempt to find out what's going on. They that rule all of it out. I leave. And the next thing I know him in another state claiming the same thing we can have two weeks later. Pulses doctor shopping with opiates. And in this case though, what we don't know what the motive for the mother is she series. She seriously nuts. Is she one of these attention whores that just constantly has to have attention Ed having a sick child is a way of getting attention to getting sympathy? I don't know the answer to that. What is extraordinaire ball said, muddy often the gofundme what's extraordinary though? Is she went to seven different hospitals in seven different states, and the first time, she's faced criminal charges now here in Milwaukee county, apparently, because somebody had children was able to put all of this together and come up with all of these documented cases in which she came in and kept reporting? All these things that are not in fact, true, it order to prove a criminal case you've got to prove that there is harm to the child, and that would include obviously, all these procedures and so on that she's been on, as for what caused the illness that led it to go to children's in the first place, criminal complaint is not address that however. If the child is malnourished or underfed, it would certainly explain some of these conditions that are out, there was this mother, literally making her kids sick so that she'd be able to bring her into the hospital and claim that she was sick with something far beyond what she actually had this is, as I say, it's just a bizarre story. The world is just filled with weirdos the common denominator in this story, though with the trend that we see in society is. There are people that are just starved for attention. You wonder why Facebook and Twitter and social media work because it fed that people are starved for attention. And I don't think we knew it until they're became ways in which people actually get the attention forty years ago. If you're a starved for attention. I mean, what are you gonna do? Run around to make a fool yourself and say this set of the other thing, there's only so far, that you can go now there's a way to feed. All of this. Some of them are perfectly fine and harmless, mostly harmless, like Facebook ad if they give some people who need to have attention a little bit of attention. It's not only probably harmless A might actually be good for him. But then you have people who take these things to the extreme that you see here. Whether or not the mother is suffering from a severe mental disorder herself or. She just somebody who wants to have a ton of attention as using her daughter as. The proxy for it. And by the way, that whole Munchausen by proxy, Munchausen syndrome itself. I believe I'm not exactly correct. But I believe it's when you start employees impeding symptoms to yourself and think that you have all these things wrong with you by proxy is when you say that it's with someone else like a child. So, yeah, Munchausen is when you ask yourself and fake, all sorts of illnesses by proxy is when you're a scribe in those illnesses to someone else, which would usually be I would guess, either a kid or maybe somebody who's elderly who couldn't speak for them. Selves. You see this stuff on TV. It's like law and order is something. The act. You wonder if some of the people who do this stuff, see the thing on TV, or a who does is this art, imitating life or life imitating, art? Or is it both? I don't know. All right. We gotta break four fifty. One news talk eleven. It's time for traffic.
"newburn" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"One. I thought was interesting. I never thought it's actually has to do with Uber and lift and over made a statement that I thought oh, okay. I didn't realize you're going in that direction. Because right now, we think of Uber when we think of lift has the same right? There's that you have a driver come and take your every need to go. Well, that's what lift says that they they wanna do basically, they're consumer transportation company. That's what they're going to be doing Uber on the other hand says they wanna be more like Amazon now both of them. This is also important because both of them are going public back to back. So stock if you want to really define what they're doing that people were they filled out. And so what they what the CEO said is that he cars to them are what books were to Amazon. It's just the beginning. They want to actually become a. A freight shipping company and meal delivery business as well. Okay. So they wanna be bigger much bigger. Are they just going to ask some of their passengers to? Hey, can you drop? This offer me. While you're at it. Loop off ever since he's house, please. Well, juniors Uber eats. Yes. Isn't that far fetched? Transportation. Okay. Okay. Yeah. I think it's so they're going to be I'm a little confused. Are they going to be delivering things to people? Yes. Oh, okay. Things in food as far as like my interest in buying stock in a company if I were looking at either to I don't know if I would take the risk to buy sock with a company that might be too conservative of me, but one that isn't really established in that business, and you don't know how much money they're going to invest of your money that you're putting in and whether or not it will fail or succeed. I think I'd rather just embezzling something that knows this is what I do this one thing, and I'm going to do it. Well, really well. Yeah. I don't know. I can see I would be a little more trepidation. If like, I said if Uber each wasn't already on the market and it had some success. It does. Yeah. I see a lot of restaurants using Uber eats. I and I see a lot of people taking advantage of it. So I don't know that's a good analogy. Because again when Amazon started it was like, oh, that's the book place yet. And now, it's you can literally get anything. So well Newburn needs to turn the page. I mean, they had a rough. They had a rough couple PR years. They're I mean, they're they're they're bigwig was a moron. And they fixed that they took out some TV ads. I believe they even did one last year the Super Bowl not that you're before they really needed to turn a corner because they did have a really bad year of press. So now, I think people have kind of you know, some people have forgotten. I do know people that only use lift. I have I of very few friends who stick a flag in a mountain or take a stand on. Well, I shouldn't say that. I don't really hear about it. I had. Two three people in my life that will out so Lutely oh app app. -solutely not use Uber under any circumstances. They will only use lift because of some of the things that the the CEO did and said, I was like, wow, girl, you are holding your guns there. So. Yeah, that's the way to do it. If you really feel that way. Yeah. Uber though, I just I'm just so surprised here. It's very popular. But even on the coast, it's even more popular where you don't even wanna be driving at all. You don't even need a car. But my brother takes it every he lives in LA. He takes everywhere ruin. Yeah. He has a car to get over because it's just so much easier to worry about parking. None of that. So. More and more popular even here selects. So here's the let's book in this technology story that's gonna scare the grain of hanney's right on. No. Oh the. The Alexa, the Amazon the Alexa voice review process. Now, you think nobody's listening? Nobody's listening. Well, no one's listening. Well, look, I'm not a conspiracy. Theorist I'm not that freaked out by but people think Bloomberg had a great article about it talking about how people overlook the human role in all of these software. Algorithms Alexa, doesn't know this crap. Election knows it because there is a team of people that work nine hours a day. And these each they described it as each of these workers review up to as many as a thousand audio clips per shift from all of us. So people are listening not every day. Not every question. People are listening to our questions on a robot that are listening for specific words, and honing in and then going okay now humans listen to this. Now, you can opt out of that. You don't have to use Alexa, obviously. But but yeah. So they said look there is a team of humans that are on the Alexis team that goal through they parse, you know. Maybe they'll listen dawn today. And then maybe they'll listen to my mom, Dr. She loves her Alexa. Maybe oh, what's what's, Darlene? Smeal ordering today. Was she asking? Because really it's like, okay, how are humans really asking questions to Alexa? How can we make it better? You know scarier right now. Mike. Is that your phone is always listening to you know? Yeah. And that not only are they listening to your conversations they're actually predicting your conversations. So they're working on. I'm sure there's algorithms that people are working on where they're trying to figure out. What do you intend to buy in the future? And let me target you. And make sure that you get to see those ads. Whether it's the cookies at come up when you're searching the web or an Email that comes to you or a sponsored Instagram. Okay. Yeah. No. Remember, I think I was on the air when I realize I had looked for a trip to think it was Hawaii remember that? And I this is rather recently Sadan, you may remember, and I got on Instagram, and I started getting all these ads for Hawaii. Then I thought who the hell knew that? I just did it by myself. Even know one time I went to a took a screen shot of something for a project. I was working on. And I took a screen shot. All of a sudden started being targeted that way too seriously. And it was a picture of something that someone had sent me. So it wasn't even attached to a website or anything. Oh my God. Really scary. Right. I mean, we that's just I'm the big on the show. I'm tin foil. Hat lady over here. This is happening. Oh my gosh. Yeah. We were trying to test it out Bradley trainer. And I about I'm like, I'm gonna see if it starts giving me ads targeted towards going to Germany. I'm just gonna randomly pick that so we would just talk in the office and be like so thinking about booking a flight to Germany. Yeah. No. But we. Honest. It didn't happen. But but I feel like it has happened in the past like, you know, that you'll be thinking about going camping. Then all of a sudden, there's like us in all of these things that they're marketing towards you. No, well, I don't care. Pay. I guess on the price you pay. And there's all spared, you, I was gonna hit you with a hit me with your best shot. Pat, Benetton I'm gonna hit you with another one. Because remember, I told you about the Australia has approved a drone, delivery license. Yes. Flex its coming to.
"newburn" Discussed on KTRH
"Of that we're still talking about large nominal dollar figures. He says his own research turned up something surprising as you get older. You tend to spend a lot more health care. However, when you look at the credit reports of Americans, there's just apprising finding namely most of the medical debt that we can. Observe is actually held by younger Americans. In fact, one in six Americans have a past medical Bill on their credit report and collectively the amount owed on those credit reports eighty billion dollars. That's is unbelievable to me. Wow. Thank you cliff is now seven thirty two community banks. They say they're in trouble because tax exempt credit unions now competing for their customers. Critics say the exemption has long outlived its usefulness and now amounts to corporate welfare for the credit unions, John Heasley with the Texas Bankers Association says community banks can't compete listeners if you had to compete with somebody to didn't pay any taxes you'd have medic advantage. Metrication Heasley says credit unions were created to serve small groups. But they take everyone now. Manufacturers employees. That's okay. Once you are open yourself up to anybody. You can walk in the door, and you offer the same Bank like product to become and be taxed like a Bank. He's linked says congress has to fix this. But there's no guarantee at will Scott Crowder. Newsradio seven forty KTAR h seven thirty three's our time now generation Z, did, you know, they're already gun in for your job that younger workforce they're entering. Now. They expect to be promoted though, within their first year of employment now business coach, Sandra key. My you says that may sound bad, but it's actually a reflection of a good work ethic. Higher. The gems even knowing old people are impacted what's happening and don't just hire them and stick them in a corner somewhere higher than an actual listed as never experience. Well, her on the make them work. She says the best way to handle Jin ears is to give them more responsibility. And then let them learn from that work exp. -perience? Our news time seven thirty four legislation protecting free speech on college campuses, it sailed through the Texas Senate it would try to force schools across the state to tighten and their policies. Senate Bill eighteen requires Texas colleges and universities to create more uniform policies on free speech come up with disciplinary action for those who interfere with free speech of others. But some argue it doesn't go far enough. That sets the right standard, but give students the right to indicate their rights, if the schools don't honor what's required in the Bill is with the foundation for individual rights in education, schools, often ignore what the court had said to guide them in determining when each crosses the line from being protected and becomes conduct handy. Pundits rat mccone says it also allows schools to continue hiking fees for security and high profile events. Nick ranking bitch. Newsradio seven forty KTAR h is now seven thirty five. This also going on the legislature gun control. Or attempts added? It's been two years eight months since Texas campus carry law took effect and now you've got to house bills. Sponsored by Democrats that would allow public colleges to opt out of the law and also to make gun free zone signs as thirty out six signs smaller easier to miss Michael Newburn with students for concealed carry say. There's no rational argument to deny the right? It to students who are twenty one and older who are licensed to carry two. Do not do that on college campuses for self defense. There have been zero incidents on college campuses of talapity injuries suicide attempt assault or a weapon being brandished and anger. He has licensees do willingly submit to background checks to training, and they are usually the law abiding citizens. Yep. We just had a long conversation about law abiding, citizens and guns. It's now seven thirty six. We're finding an study that stricter gun laws don't necessarily mean fewer gun deaths. Twenty five year study of state gun control laws confirms what second amendment advocates have long argued. Dr Michael Siegel from Boston University headed up the research. We found that laws that are controlling the types of weapons that are out there for example, assault weapon bans or bans on the magazine. Capacities don't affect overall homicide rates. He says those laws are often misguided one reason for this is simply that the overwhelming majority of homicides are committed not with us all weapons, but with handguns the study also found that gun ownership does not impact homicide or suicide rates. Coriolis NewsRadio seven forty KTAR. H it is now seven thirty seven. Okay. The best casual dining restaurant in America. Always get your attention. Well, it was found in this survey to be Mogae, those little Italy, finding of a survey more than six thousand people sitting KTAR h news to our neighboring maggiano's over there in the Galleria that asset management, what makes you so popular because we given I think an exceptional guest experience, and nobody leaves his door on happy. Cool. What about you? What do you think that must fears? What makes it really nice? And casual but the food is exceptional maggiano's came in at sixty four percent of the respondents. I thought oh closely Texas roadhouse sixty three percent, I watch and Cracker Barrel tying for third at fifty eight percent. Okay. Jimmy, Mr. Whipple. Never saw coming. And I bet your wife had neither until you laid it on her, but the makers of Sharman toilet paper. They've now introduced a forever role. It's so big you'd never be able to squeeze it. The company says a single roll contains enough to ply sheets to last a month. It's available through a subscription service subscription service. The role is so big and it requires its own dispenser. But Sharman has wiped those concerns away with a special starter kit that includes its own stand his label that terribly expensive. Will you can take a look at it. We've got the picture in the link KTAR H dot com. I can't wait to hear what Elizabeth has to say. She can go through it in two weeks. By being very parsimonious about the use until terrible is seven thirty eight. Houston Astros early struggles continue as they lost to the Rangers four zero. Now Garrett Cole did strikeout. Nine in a losing effort teams home opener tomorrow night against the Oakland. A's going to be busy downtown Houston Rockets coasting to a one thirty five one three win over the clippers in L A, and they return home Friday to face..
"newburn" Discussed on Cults
"Soon found himself in new Dobbin body pod. Recruited drescher as the peace enforcement, officer on campus. Drescher Todd other devotees how to guard the property how to defend themselves from tax like the one buck pod survived and how to properly use a firearm drescher quickly proved himself to be an intimidating presence. In one instance, he went after a neighboring farmer named Jerry Williams Williams was well known around town for getting drunk at the bars and trying to run over any Hari Krishna. He saw along the road on his drive home after a few too many close calls drescher paid Williams of visit and beat him to a pulp the message was clear. New Dobbin wouldn't abide harassment any longer when he wasn't busy getting the neighbors in lie. Drescher also found himself playing cop within the walls of Newburn Dopp. And when members of the community began misbehaving one follower in particular named Charles Saint Denise earned a reputation for troublemaking after he was caught smuggling cocaine into nouveau Dobbin and selling it to other devotees while drescher considered him little more than a nuisance things took a dark turn in the early eighties. When Charles began bragging about sleeping with the wife of fellow devotee, Dan read when Dan heard about this. He was rightfully devastated he confronted his wife about the affair. But his wife had a completely different version of the story. According to her the affair had been far from consensual Charles had forced himself on her and raged. Dan, took the matter to Thomas treasure asking for permission to kill Charles drescher told Dan no and spent weeks trying to calm him down. He urged Dan to take the matter to Bach departed, finally, Dan. Agreed. So Dan approached boxer pod and asked him if it was a sin to kill the man who had assaulted his wife bunk deposit answered that according to scripture such a revenge killing was not a sin. It was seen in the eyes of the Lord as administering Justice Bach deposit later denied all of this stating that scriptures, also teach forgiveness and compassion. But then claim that occupied gave explicit permission to kill Charles. Thomas drescher has since corroborated Dan's version of events claiming that Bach Depa specifically requested that drescher assist. Dan in the murder. Drescher was incredulous Bach pod. Claimed Charles had also raped other women was bringing cocaine into the community and was disrupting the spiritual journeys of the other followers. Bach depart was insistent Charles Saint Denise must. Be killed. But there was something that Bach pod was not telling his loyal devotee one night weeks before Charles had walked in on Bach. Teapot and his boyfriend high. Agreed formerly known as Howard while they were being intimate based on rumors. He'd overheard Bach. Deposit was convinced that Charles was telling people about the affair Charles had backed upon up against a wall James Garba, Reno a psychologist with Loyola University has interviewed dozens of killers over the span of twenty years. He wrote that on the whole killers have three things in common. They typically come from broken homes. They can be very charming and gregarious on command. And they tend to kill for reasons that benefit them in some way, even though Bach Depa wasn't the one pulling the trigger. He was sentencing. Charles Saint Denise to death, given how well he fits the profile of a killer, Dan and dressers version of events feel. Highly believable in later interviews Bach Depa denied that this meeting with drescher ever occurred. But went on to say that even if such a meeting had taken place, he never would have ordered the killing of another human. He cited his vegetarianism as proof that he was against murder of any kind of faulty line of reasoning past for the record many murderers have been vegetarian, including serial killer Ted Bundy, so it's unlikely that balked pod would protect Charles Saint Denise based solely on meal preferences, regardless on June, ninth nineteen Eighty-three drescher in Dan put into motion a plan to kill Charles Saint Denise they led Charles to a run down cabin and a remote part of Newburn Dobbin, then murdered him brutally..
"newburn" Discussed on Cults
"Was the highest spiritual authority in the community. Only Krishna their God outranked him this gave Bach Depa an enormous amount of control over his followers. Something that. He thoroughly enjoyed slowly he developed a full God complex wherein the subject believes they are godlike in comp-. Harrison to other humans Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here. A quick reminder Vanessa is not a license. I colleges or a psychiatrist, but she has done a lot of research for the show. Thanks, greg. According to author and co-dependency expert, Darlene Lancer narcissists thrive on adulation from others, which enters them into a codependent relationship with their followers. They need the followers to praise them and will use manipulative behaviour to ensure that praise continues as the guru of new Dobbin boxy pod was the center of the world. He said, quote, the guru is the Representative of God he is to be treated as good as God by the disciple to try and change. This relationship is heresy and quote as guru balked pod. Lettuce. Five hundred devotees in building a self sustaining community his followers cook together prayed together, saying the Hari Krishna chance. And worked together. Many former members described these early years that new for Dobbin as a kind of idyllic heaven with the palace completed Bach pod instructed his followers to work on improving their own housing, then he asked them to construct temporary housing for the tourists that were filtering into see the impressive building at nouveau Dobbin to the wider public. The palace had become known as the American Taj Mahal and tourism became a main source of revenue for numerous Dobbin mufti pod quickly realized he could capitalize on the newfound attention, and he had his followers. Create a printing press to publish Hari Krishna reading materials with the hopes of converting visitors tourism became a key source of revenue for Bach depan sect of Hari Krishna Bach. Depan saw the palace as a promotional tool and began to use press coverage on the palace to its full advantage. He gladly bragged to the press that the pal. At Newburn Dobbin was the most successful recruiting tool for Hari Krishna and encouraged people to come visit with their families the ploy worked by the late seventies enough families had moved into Newburn Dobbin that they were able to build a school for the children the gorilla. It was an Indian style boarding school where the children lived while their parents were lodged elsewhere on the compound, the Chiltern were also tasked with assisting Bach pot around his house with whatever housework was needed. But despite being draw for tourists, the devotees at Newburn Dobbin quickly learned that they were not welcomed by the larger bible belt community of mounds Ville, West Virginia as we discussed last week in nineteen Seventy-three,.
"newburn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"But it could be a little troublesome one depending on what they're talking about right now. All right. Well, let's get back to the phone lines here. Six one seven two five four ten thirty or eight eight eight nine two nine ten thirty favorite pizza place. Favourite kata pizza or in maybe at least favorite kind of pizza again with with celebrating today being national pizza day in our own way. Here we can live Gary Newburn in the line. They Gary how are you not too bad? You struck a nerve nicely about pizza Papa gino's Pizza Hut. Would you agree? Wow. No. I mean in for regular kind of stuff they do. Okay. But I I really like going to a mom and pop place for something a little bit different. But in terms of what they do in a regular basis. It's nice to have them around. I do I would go popaginos more than Pizza Hut necessarily. Okay. Very good. I'm with you on that. I'm being a little bit headed and cocky when I say that to try something different. But I've been a feature choice before. And after the two one winners, the south, and I understand that. But I don't wanna make out a little kid deep down. When you talk about a Papa gino's pizza. As I was telling you produce Monday to one say they have like a pizza fest all the peachy you can eat five dollars between four and eight o'clock Monday to one say, how can you go wrong? How can we? Even if it's mediocre pizza, and I'm not saying it is even if it's mediocre pizza. You get a million different varieties. And you can eat yourself sick for five bucks. How can you? Go wrong. Exactly. And you know, like, I take a a lady friend before you know, and she was being very lady like it's yet to slice. I said don't you wanna eat more? And so I had to watch it. Okay. That's perfectly fine. You don't mind if I indulge on a six because I'm hungry. But what I'm saying is it's show chasing an incredible. Now, here's the evil pot. Domino's dominoes. You know, I haven't had a Domino's pizza in so long. It wouldn't be fair for me to judge. But you know, they're all over the place. So someone loves them. Someone's ordering them they keep on popping up like mushrooms. Domino's is awful. It's all it's all read. There's no change to sell flavor deliver all the time advertise all the time. We understand that two o'clock in the morning still going strong. But I had a buddy of mine like it was a Sunday football all back few years ago. It's called get over to a house to house and got a few boxes of pizza. Dominoes or dominos? Yeah. Well, I'm gonna take a pass. Wow. Wow. I can eat it. It just tastes like bread. There's no chase store. And so you know what I did. I mean, I was really insulted. I really watch. But you know. Familiar, right, y'all. Still a nice thing. All that. I. I got to get myself my own type of pizza. What happened was that called him? Back have knowledge that hey, listen. I'm just gonna go home watch the game. But, hey, thanks for inviting me, you know, sometimes a man's just gonna make a stand. Gary. It can anybody you really shout and jump up and down say, oh, Domino's unbelievable now go to Papa John's, you know, Peyton Manning, always advertisers. Have you ever had a puppet John's pizza I going to say I have not except for something like popaginos because a convenience. I I really haven't had many of the chain pizzas. Not that I recommend you do this. You can't swing a cat by the Taylor around here without hitting a pizza place. So I tend to go for the the local places a mom-and-pop shot. So I I don't think I've ever had Papa John's pizza. Oh. John's is awful. It's like eating a frisbee. Well, that's pretty see what a lot of these companies are good at is. They make it easy for you to get it delivered. And sometimes that'll do, you know? Sometimes go ahead. Topping on a pizza. We could talk about the traditional cheese, pepperoni, sausage, Hamburg, dissapoint, Mike, Mike, but guy see popaginos they'll advertise which believable. I haven't even tried it. And I should like they advertise macaroni or at cheddar cheese. Macaroni on your pizza. I I know exactly I expect, you know, something I mean, that's almost kind of like fun. 'cause I mean what boys like macaroni and cheese? It's worth trying. And you know, what the kids they're gonna love it. It's a combination of stuff. Although can you find popaginos now, they all closed? No. I live in Washington and. The one in the mall. Yes. Yes. But I also have a lives Ellen. Hateful, massachusetts. And it's open a one in north Andover. Andover is closed because of the gas. Yeah. Well, the the they ran into their issues as well. To these to be an a number of them. I think close are still a few that are open, but what's your favorite kind of pizza? Traditional you know, what I mean, just put some sausage meat lovers pizza or so forth. Of course is interesting. You know, you could talk about Chicago, Illinois, how their pizza out there. You know, like, let's face it. I mean, they put so many topics pizza waste ten pounds. When it comes to you. Well, that's because they like the deep dish pizza. That's their that's their big selling point for the Chicago pizza. That's how they differentiate between everyone else for better. There's nothing wrong with that. But I mean on traditional pizza. I mean like. I way at ten pounds or so, but when it comes to specially what time you gotta eat pizza because it's the pill. Yep. What we haven't even talked about. I guess and there's not enough time left to do this another day the proper etiquette for eating pizza. Do you use a knife and fork, some people do I don't know that was a beauty a pizza? That's a conversation for another time. I guess I'm idiot with my aunt if I tried to impress a woman on a date. Nice diplomatic answer. Now. Besides the chain places. You mentioned is there a standalone lacy like a Gary for pizza? Is there a standalone pizza place you like, you know, locally owned place? You mentioned popaginos and the like, but is there a, you know, locally owned place. You like oh my God. Maybe I can say to children, but I really don't get pizza places. Really a big time shot because I guess say when in doubt because if you get disappointed it's like, oh my God. I'm so I'm. Me as I just caught up up and Gaydos, cheap enough. It's not like you've made a big investment. If it turns out, it doesn't seem to work out. Well for yourself point well made thanks Gary. I gotta take my last break. Good talking with you. Keep calling Bye-bye take care six hundred seven two five four ten thirty is number ticket last break in the shift Bill in Hobart. Don't worry I will get you in you're up next year WBZ. 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"newburn" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show
"And I could certainly be wrong. If anyone's gonna creek. On this. It's gonna be you. I feel like when the patriots have a number of a really scary tight end on the other side of the field for them and their defense. I think Bill Belichick strategies basically, we want to take that tight end out of the game. Because you know, if someone like is accurate to Debbie pretty giving the patriots in the Super Bowl. But if it's accurate he can contribute so much in the run game as a blocker so much as a passer that we want to not worry about that tight end taking advantage of our players. And in these two games that we're talking about. He's been not quiet, but by Kelsey sandwich. He has not really changed. Those games had five catches for forty yards in the first one. And then most recently a little more. He was five of nine for sixty one yards. So hundred one yards over two games less than he would normally do. But tyreek hill had monster games. Three touchdowns hundred forty two yards and we in week six this year and then ninety eight sorry one thirty three and a touchdown in week one twenty seven. Nineteen so from the patriots respective do. You think it is more? Like, do you think tyreek hill should be the first person? They're thinking about on every single player. Should it be Kelsey and thinking, well, we're gonna worry about tyreek hill, and he might only make an impact for player to hear their hopefully, I think it should be tyreek hill on every single play. And here's the reason why is that from a square footage standpoint. Tyreek, still real Taibbi hills real estate is one hundred yards of the field vertically and fifty third Yarze horizontally, which is with of the NFL field. Well, Travis Kelsey is amazing Bill, and I would argue that he was the best in football. And that's not like that's upper nearly bold of claim. No. But still in a year when we had three awesome tight ends that Gertz obviously George kill as well. Like Travis Kelsey was the best in the field almost every single week that he played for the chiefs this season. And he he can do about as much as any tight end can do. But still the the area that you are likely counting. For with Travis Kelsey is somewhere basically inside of the numbers on one side of the inside of the numbers on the other side. So you know, that's about two thirds of the horizontal space on the field. Whereas tyrod kill Bill first of all he can lineup anywhere. Second of all before the snap. He's going to be something you're gonna have to account for the chiefs have all this window-dressing pre snap which makes a defense have to react in a lot of different ways. And sometimes defenses lose the play before the balls even snap because they can't keep up with what Kansas City is doing prior to the snap. That's going to impact the result of that play. Tyrod kill your team in motion. You're gonna see him in the backfield. You're going to see them squatting in the back. They were almost like, hey, maybe linebackers. Don't see these hiding behind Mitch Morris, or or you know, Mitchell Schwartz Eric Fisher or L D DT the chiefs gar, Laura Lawrence Newburn party whose back off of I are this week. So like, there are a lot of different ways. Atari kill can hurt you. And I'm not saying that you ever. Ever want to relinquish points Bill, but there is something just entirely demoralizing about a long run after catch a play where the wide receiver just gets behind you. I don't mean this assay early blown coverage. Like we saw from the patriots in that Keenan Allen touchdown at the beginning of last week that looked like a mental error to me. That was just like, hey, I didn't fluff in cover three when I had to keep dropping. I keep saying vertical. Like that's on me. I think my guess was to give more mental air. But when you just can't keep up with the guy Bill or when a guy catches, the football and dashes, and you can't keep up with him. Which was the example that seventy five yard play you come to the sideline. And you're just like listen coach, whoever whether it's still Malchow Brian Florez, whoever it is that your addressing. And that's an that circumstance. It's like, I'm not sure tell you like we're the right place right coverage like he's just faster than us. Right..
Endometriosis: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute
"With your Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, I'm Vivian Williams. Endometriosis is a condition in which tissue that normally lines the inside of the uterus grows outside the uterus. It can cause a lot of pain and for some women fertility problems. What causes an atrocious? Dr tat Newburn net. Says there are several theories probably the most widely held theory is that we know that eighty ninety percent of women actually meant straight backwards through the flow can tube. So that probably deposit some enemy chill cells in the pelvis now, not all women experienced symptoms. But when it comes to treatment, Dr Bernard says, you can manage the symptoms with medications or their surgery medications don't change the disease in a fundamental way. So most experts now or recommending that we excise Michio says that means cut it out where we find it. For more information talk with your healthcare provider or visit mayoclinic dot org.
Trump Visits Hurricane-Ravaged North Carolina
"President Trump visited the city of Newburn North Carolina which experienced severe flooding due to Florence. I think what we're seeing his vote that had moved several hundred yards inland. According to the locals there the president's day began with an update from federal state and local officials thought the relief and recovery efforts. We're getting all teed up for a lot of money to come down to the we have it, and we will be supplying go. There will be nothing left undone.
Hurricane Florence flooding is causing hog waste to spill out of lagoons
"To potential health hazard caused by the storm. Environmentalists are monitoring the states, huge concentration of hog farms, North Carolina's one of the biggest pork producing states in the country without about nine million pigs and hug manure is often stored in open pits. They're called lagoons yesterday. The North Carolina poor council reported that floodwaters have compromised, a handful of those lagoons, and that is a big concern for our next guest. Rick dove is senior adviser to the Waterkeeper alliance. That's a nonprofit environmental group for more than two decades. He's been taking airplane flights and monitoring the status of lagoons during storms as well as poultry farms. He is in Newburn, Rick. I know you're up in the air yesterday. What did you see down below. When we're up there, we, we're, we're seeing that many of these hug lagoons. They're really earth and pitch full of feces and urine basically untreated that have been discharging their waste of the flood waters. And we're seeing a number of the confinement building where these hogs or kept that are also filling up with water into some two different agrees some of them with the water almost to the top of the confinement buildings. We're also seeing the poultry operations. We're seeing the flood waters go over the tops of some of those buildings and flushing the waste from these chickens right on the flood waters. It's a, it's a very sad. So here in eastern North Carolina concerned, not only about the life of the chickens and pigs themselves, but also of course of what's happening to the waste product. Let's say what the industry says. The North Carolina poor council has on its website. A description of what happens when lagoons are flooded. It includes information like this when a lagoon is inundated the walls remain intact, but the flood water rises over the sides and fills the lagoon. This does not cause a catastrophic environmental effect by design says, Saulat are stored and remain at the bottom of the lagoon liquids at the top are heavily diluted minimizing the environmental impact. So it's hard I know for you to measure from the air, exactly what's happening, but even if some of these lagoons were breached, does that provide any solace as to the environmental impact. No, not at all. What you just read to me even says within it that because of the heavy dilution. Well, what they're really saying is if there's heavy dilution inside this lagoon or cesspool that means the contents of left. Well, they say that the solids are at the bottom and and the deluded liquids are at the top. But regardless, what is your main concern given what you're seeing from the air? This could be a tremendous human health problem. This pig waste and this chicken waste that's full of pathogens viruses and bacteria.
Bat tested positive for rabies at Grand Canyon
"Grand canyon. Visitors have been reporting uptick in bats along the Colorado river, and now one of those bats has tested positive for rabies. No one's known to have come in contact with the rabid bat. It was taken from phantom ranch in late August and tested rabies is preventable in humans if they seek medical treatment after being exposed to a rabid animal. It can be deadly. Otherwise, if you're visiting the Grand Canyon anytime soon don't approach or touch wildlife and report any animals that are sick or acting strangely. Health statistics show one hundred sixteen animals have tested positive for rabies around Arizona's so far this year. Most of those involved, bats, skunks and foxes.