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"okita" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

4 Things with Amy Brown

06:09 min | 6 months ago

"okita" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

"You need therapy because well you do. We all do and she was already at my house because we were recording. Actually something for her. You need podcast. I was a guest for the very first big deal which i was. I was honor that you asked me. I think we talked about grief. And i thought it was a good talk about that. It's not something that's always comfortable to talk about. But i recently had meghan divine on my podcast and it's already one of the most listened to episodes of this year so it's clearly a topic that is resonating with people and i think our chat will be comforting. If you're going through something just so again that you know that you're not alone and we went through some just different things and then wildly enough. I came up with some crazy analogy at the end of the episode. They oga the cat said she's now going to use with her. Do you say patients or clients okita with her clients so every time you bring it up with the client you have to give me credit hundred branches killing your no. I didn't make this up. This is from the new. Yeah give me the credit so cats joining us we of impromptu recording this together but if y'all wanna go listen to that episode. It's tuesday today and that my episode with her went up yesterday on monday. So you can go listen to it out. what is created. go search up. You need therapy. Wherever you listen to podcasts. And then you can subscribe follow. That would be nice. You appreciate that right cat and maybe even read and review if you have time but we always do a quote at the beginning of the fifth thing. So i've asked cat to share something that i saw her post on the other day. I probably have honestly set it on my podcasts. Before because i loved it so much. I don't know if i said it last week or so but again. We're going to do it again because it's so good. Well this is actually something that i found a video. I saw on take talk and it was a video that i watched about seventeen times then i send it to so many people because it was not just comforting to me but it was. I think i mean. I thought it'd be comforting to a lot of people and it is from a guy. His name is tyas james barker. And i will recommend going to his page and watching the whole video but this vote that i pulled from it said f. Everything's gonna be okay. It doesn't mean everything's going to line up with your expectations. Yeah everything's gonna be okay but it doesn't mean it's going to line up with your expectations and we actually talked about the quote to in your episode that we just did. Yeah so if you want more of that. Definitely check out his Talk and listen to our episode because it may give you comfort in that because sometimes that's hard to to sit with once you realize it but then when you do it's almost like you can like exhale and it another thing and this isn't like fully quoted but this is kind of something that he said in that. Video is the fact that even though life might not go the way you want it to life can still impress. You can still be good and to me. That's just so comforting in my stage of life now but even as i look at other stages it's been proven and i think it's just so nice the way he said it in the way he verbalised a lot of what i have needed to hear because i know for me and i wonder for you. I like to tell people. I like to tell myself. I like that idea that everything will be okay but it sometimes has seemed almost insensitive. But when you listened because it's like sometimes you be like well. No it's not okay right now in what. Yeah and what people are saying. Is that you're going to get everything you want. What people are saying like it's gonna be okay in life can still be good right. You gave me a key chain. That says something like everything's going to be so good so soon i remember showed it to a friend one. She's like notes on or something. I don't like that but you know everybody's personality is different. But i was like. Oh yeah it's going to be so good so soon. I have hope for that. I don't know so yeah everyone. It's interesting how people taking things differently. But that's okay. That's what makes it awesome as we're all in different in how we process. Did you know that a cat's purr is healing. I'm asking you a cat. I'm serious. I did not know that but i imagine that to be one. Yeah so we got a cat And i was laying on my daughter's bed with our cat is a little kitten maybe cetera team weeks at this point and she just was the first time i'd ever heard of pearl like this. I guess she was finally like comfortable. I guess pet cats can per when they're really stressed owl but when she was stressed out she wasn't even near us 'cause she was trying to get acclimated but now put her on the cat leash. Oh she hates leash but we're trying to train her so like it but my daughter. She's watching youtube videos trying to figure out how to get her to like the leash but she was laying next to me on the bed and that was the first super close to me and cuddling up and she was purring so loud so i took a video of it and posted on instagram. And so many people responded me that actually there's healing benefits for humans. A cat's per so i was like okay. Lay next to me more cat. But i googled it and petting purring. Cat has a calming effect. Can help lower stress hormones. Some people isn't right now. They hate cats are like okay. I'm done listening. But i guess me being a new mom myself. I was fascinated by the fact that we know. The animals are good so for cats. That could be the purring. Maybe it's like for dogs. It could be something else is doing something for you. I know right now. i'm really into my cat. The purring lowers blood. Pressure emerged uses the risk of heart disease. Cat owners have a forty percent less risk of having having a heart attack. I need to get a cap. I know a mike to change has got a cat and then quote there are many stories of people with migraines who's headaches are eased or extinguished when they lie with their heads close to purring cats said quote..

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"okita" Discussed on Talentos para o Sucesso

Talentos para o Sucesso

03:57 min | 10 months ago

"okita" Discussed on Talentos para o Sucesso

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"okita" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"okita" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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How To Evaluate SEO Campaign Success With Cassie Dell

Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

05:24 min | 1 year ago

How To Evaluate SEO Campaign Success With Cassie Dell

"So far this week casting I've talked about the workflows for conducting your Seo Research, sitting your Seo Strategy yesterday we talked about implementing your seo projects and the process for making sure that you're doing that successfully and today we're GonNa talk about how to evaluate your Seo efforts. All right. Here's the fourth installment of Seo workflow week with Cassie del Client success manager at search metrics. cassie welcome back to SEO workflow week on the voices of search podcast old. On Thursday happy Thursday we're getting close to the finish line here were already talking about how to evaluate our SEO projects. We've gone through the process of understanding research, understanding our organization, our goals who our customers are, and then figuring out what we need to do from an Seo perspective to reach them Ramos said our strategies and yesterday you and I talked about how to implement your projects by take away from that conversation was that you need to first off. Get a baseline second, do the development and work within three pretty strategic about how you're going to roll out your project to understand whether you're going to rule everything at once or whether it's going to be a rolling launch and that gets into the project evaluation phase. Assuming that we have, you know a reasonable baseline to evaluate. Are you just doing an AB test for every SEO project? You're doing what was the before and after what's your process for thinking? About evaluate in your campaigns. Yep I always tell clients avoid looking at just one part of the data some people can just get stuck reporting one important project that they feel the most personally tied to, and then they're missing half the picture or they're only looking at desktop and not focusing on mobile. So definitely, just making sure to take a look at every single thing that we've implemented towards this project that make sure that we can track or looking today. It's interesting philosophy that you have to look at the data in aggregate, but you also have to look at it from a very segmented segmented point of view where I've run. Seo Projects where mostly if they're on the technical side. You've seen not great results, but then you split everything up by desktop versus mobile and all the sudden you're seeing that we saw a significant decrease in one and a significant increase in the other. And they blended together make it look like nothing happened well, that doesn't really tell the whole picture. So. When you go through evaluation, there's a couple of different components that could weigh in. You know what's the timeframe you're looking at how you slicing and dicing your data? What are some of the other things that you're looking at to evaluate your projects and making sure that you're getting the whole picture yup definitely timeline is one of the most important things. So let's say spend three months. We don't see a lot of movement however like you said on that Bogle sexually tend to see a lot of movement. Some things could be really successful in one category not accessible in the other. So, really keeping an eye on that, and then obviously the we we kind of tag and segregate things especially keywords according to our business. It's helpful to kind of look at that as well because different segments or maybe different as ECON Zeitler say product category. Let's say we sell candles and pillows and pillows is doing really well, it's picking up all of these things maybe that system easier industry to get into whereas something like channels can be a little bit more trickier it could take us longer. There's a lot more competition. So things like that. That's kind of why we granular segregate all. That data because in some areas, it could work quicker versus lower could work better versus worse. So it's helpful for us to audit all that and see that data and make changes accordingly to things that pop into my mind listening to what you're talking about a one. As you mentioned the time line, you know I think that this is something that a lot of non Seo's that are evaluating the effectiveness of Seo's get frustrated with how long does it take for us to see if this campaign works there is no way for us to say, Hey, we're going to roll out this. You know new list of key words or there's new content and we're going to understand the impact of it in one week or two weeks. Right? You just don't have a great sense of how and when and why Google is to adjust your rankings based on your content and there is some predictability. Once you start seeing the ball moving. But when Gould decides to start reprioritising your content is coming up in the air. How do you think about not only setting the time line in terms of when you're running your evaluation for your campaigns but also how to communicate realistic expectations. Cheer leadership. Are Sure I'd always tell folks to keep a pulse on whatever Google's doing. A much better job at indicating some upcoming important banking's are upcoming ranking factors. 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Indiana Republicans reject Attorney General Curtis Hill for reelection after allegations of groping 4 women

Dana Loesch

00:11 sec | 1 year ago

Indiana Republicans reject Attorney General Curtis Hill for reelection after allegations of groping 4 women

"Todd Okita has been picked as the Republican candidates for state attorney general knocking out current Aggie Curtis Hill, Ricky to receiving 52% of the vote. You've had an

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"okita" Discussed on The Auideo Show

The Auideo Show

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"okita" Discussed on The Auideo Show

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"okita" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

10:35 min | 2 years ago

"okita" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"You save viral cardio that word by Okita. Matthew it rolls right off your tone. What is that? It's viruses settled in my heart and then large destroyed. Okay. And before all of this happened. You had no medical background. No understanding of these things. Absolutely nothing. And you just I it just going through the phases. Go into the progress today, I know more than ever wanted to know. I can imagine. So with what you thought were allergies. Got you a trip to the doctors you into the hospital. You got your cardiologists in continue with your story. Yep. Now, I'm up to the summer of two thousand fifteen where I just started going downhill I collapsed. My later shocked me four times and saved my life. I got a call from capitol cardiology centre needed to come in right away that it was in full cardiac arrest and. Dr Santo ruin we replace it later that time went for lots of testing. And then Dr Salam said was time we needed a family meeting. So my wife and son and daughter came, and I still remember that afternoon in July. I'm telling me that hey, you need to go for a heart transplant evaluation. I remember saying really. Yeah. I'm thinking that the, hey, we need to have a family meeting is just pins and needles and knock no clue this was going. Yeah. And obviously he knew he knew he was going, and it was a heart transplant. And then you make the mistake that I think a lot of people do when they get some sort of prognosis, you turn to the internet, and you just got scared out of your mind. Oh, yeah. Stuff on heart transplant surgery and different things that I didn't need to know. Right. Should never done it. So you you leave Albany in word heart transplant surgeries happen. What's the closest hospital here, we chose Westchester medical center? And we up it's a great partnership with capital cardiology. I mean, they got. I mean the one year so apple rates in the high these ninety seven ninety eight percent, okay. In westchester. The doctors are fantastic. How long does this procedure happen? How long does it take place? How soon can you get back to everyday life? Well, at that point it was in the hospital. I mean, that's thirty four days. After transplant. I see people go back to work six months, eight months later, depending on the type of job, they do, okay and the environment through. Gotcha. And this is where the organ donation came into play because you needed a transplant you needed somebody else's organ. Yes. Tell us that story. As far as I went in the hospital thirtieth two thousand fifteen to wait for an Oregon at that time. I got my first heartcall on December the fifteenth at six thirty in the morning, which wound up harvest bad that was the longest in my life. And I didn't get another call from there for another nine months after that. But I waited until the day after Christmas I crashed again, they wound up on life support at that point in time in critical care unit. I lived on life support for the next three months until I crashed again of February twenty fifth and I woke up on a heart lung bypass machine in the ventilator in that time was advised. I need to nail that. I left ventricle assist device to survive a bridge to transplant. Okay. That device. Also allowed me to get out of the hospital. Let me see the twentieth. And at that time, I told my mile a day my Blake within a couple of weeks, but by mid July update, the ten miles a damn stationary bike that allowed me to fly to Florida able to walk my daughter down the aisle. This was your goal. Your goal will be well enough to be in her wedding. Yes. Then they made it easy. I mean, the doctors gave you letters and airlines helped out delta helped out TSA health out, you just notify them all the time they met yet. The gates them. They made it an easy journey down back. Right. Because what for those of us that are new it looks like a man that's carrying like a purse or a satchel or immerses, you know, that the kids call it these days, but inside of that is actually the machine that's keeping you alive. Exactly. I had the heart meet to which could bring up I just got asked to be the heart may patient ambassador by the app corporation. So that's a new to the resume coming up this week here. So that's interesting. Yep. That's an eight pound pound bag. Battery pack, and it's a little device that goes into your left ventricle hooks into your a Orta and change the batteries every twelve to fifteen hours plugged directly in the wallet nighttime. You get a fifteen foot court, and that's your life. You can do a lot with it just got to protect it. Can't get it wet, and you don't wanna know infections and wind up in the hospitals. So the whole time that you're walking around with this in this situation before the transplant what you waiting for is the phone call to say, hey, David, we have a heart and you need to be at the hospital in this amount of times. You can't really go very far away. If you get the call now, and you're always, you know, an a and go mode. You're always wait and go you always have a bag packed. They always have your extra batteries and controllers with you. And you can't be any farther than a four hour window to get that hospital. Okay. So the day that you got the phone call that we have a heart for you. You need to come in. We're doing your surgery. What day was that? It was August nineteenth met day there. I was texting Christina Highland. P house making a hot chili sauce. Hot pickles to bring to my doctor's office on Monday. The twenty second in the last text from her relate one twenty five one thirty in the afternoon. My finished cannon real five o'clock, we ordered pizza and I saw my phone ring at six forty pm minutes. They saw Christina's name, I knew instantly that was my heart. Call I answered she said did you finish candy. And I said, yes, I finished everything choose house, and you'd be there. I said I'll be there by nine pm. We went in for surgery at four AM, but the whole trip down there. You know, you're worried somebody's dying for me to live. That's the whole thing. You know, I texted my twenty two nurses that had from the five months prior that I was in there. Most all of them met me there. Life. Just kept going on woke up I woke up. Let's see surgery was till two pm. I was closed Sunday. I was up money out of bed by Monday was off the heartland long machine and everything they had me up a chair by Monday, the twenty second. So and then the the biggest part is not just getting the heart. But your body accepting you accepting and that was very fortunate. I just had my nineteenth biopsy was euro Jackson. So now really good this hardest a part of you. Yes. I went home on twenty one medications at time. I'm currently down to four. So let's talk a little bit about the organ donor because we are here for organ donor awareness month. And what do, you know about the person that gave you the heart and in how how did you reach out and talk to their family afterwards donor. I've wrote I've written letters to my donor mother. I do have a thirty year old male heart, and she has not responded back. She must not be ready to but she's taken three of my four letter. She currently has so okay. Maybe someday show that back to me, but everybody that was a part of the transplant all the team all the doctors or the nurses. You've you've all of them for the work that they've done over the years. I've gone back to every single admin nurse doctor anesthesia, this my own nurses, everybody and thanked them for doing what they did for me to leave me down this journey and one one thing I find remarkable story is that before this all happen. How old are you in this at all started fifty two and now your sixty in your life in that eight year span completely different completely different? At least the heart. Part because you stay active with the other activities you like to do hunting. You can. You do more in the retired life that I think most guys my age do in a workday life. But yet you have this this other restriction in your life that you you have to be mindful of your heart. Yes, I got it. I wear. I mean like I go to Westchester medical every week. Mary put a twelve hour day, Anna come home where my respirator all they along on their live on hand sanitizer. Any place them in crowds? I wear my mask Gotcha space, and before the the heart problems, you were working at Corning right Owens. Corning and worked your whole life never had history never had any issues. Nothing that bang. It all happened that one day. Whether thirty seven years there. So when you go in your new role now is as patient advocate. That's what I like to describe you as what is it like when you first walk into the hospital rooms at Westchester or the patient rooms, a capital cardiology associates in any talked to that person that's been in the place that you've been in. Well, when I do mostly is the doctors whoever gets my number out and asked me to see these patients, I go see them. I show them. My book created a book of my Jeremy, and I show my book because and people open right up immediately. They know I've been there where they're going. They know what I've been through. Once I show them, the pictures and how I spent one hundred seventy seven days in the hospital. It's easy for folks. Generally, I try to meet some folks in the Albany area meet them at their houses that I meet them as the first friendly face, Glenn these they get admitted on Monday or Tuesday, I'll go down that night sex o'clock or so after they went through the whole day of getting amid I'll be the first friendly face to see him say Hello, do you have an access badge? They have a staff batch for you. The hospitals yet. What are some of the conversations? I mean, the the fears that you help them overcome or just the the friendly face that you had mentioned just the procedures getting your swines catheter put in you know, the scary feeling. What's this big unit is going to hang off of you and people I just want to a party Saturday night. And that's what they brought up for the one year. He got his heart was down in New York. And he's remembered member Dave coming in. And then coming back that night and saying why was a brief just like you said it was really way over nervous didn't need to be that nervous about in. What I find fascinating is in your situation. The story is there's really nothing you could have done preventatively like lifestyle changes choices in life. This was a family history issue. That was just just going to happen to you. It was just going to happen. Those just it was there. I didn't know it was going to happen. I mean, my father had had heart problems. Now, I find out after my journey and stuff like that his father had heart problems through one of my father's sisters kids was telling me this. Okay. So now your messages, you know, even if you think that this is. Is just something to happen to my dad or his dad, you would talk to a younger person and say go talk to your doctor about this. Don't do an either. Don't wait go see someone. I mean, both my children during their thirties. They go they go get checked out now doctors, and because we know what to look for help. Start to see some very thankful. Today's medicine if you're going to get sick with the technology that's out there with my later in my elven, the ecm Michigan. These devices kept me alive and got me onto the transplant. This is hard.

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"okita" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"okita" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"All one hundred fifty seven people on board, including eight Americans. CBS news Teri Okita tells us many victims worked at the United Nations. Search crews recover the black boxes from Ethiopian flight three. Oh, two in a debris field near the PS capital. The new Boeing seven thirty seven Maxine jet was en route to Nairobi Kenya. Where some of the passengers were scheduled to attend a United Nations conference expressing our deepest condolences at the UN meeting. Monday, staff members observed a moment of silence to honor nineteen colleagues who died. Eight Americans were among the victims of Sunday's crash passengers came from thirty five countries, it's the second deadly crash involving a Boeing seven thirty-seven max in less than five months. Last year one hundred eighty nine people were killed lion. Air flight went down off the coast of Indonesia Teri, Okita CBS news, President Trump is released his federal budget proposal for twenty twenty and it's not going over. Well, with the Democrats CBS news Mola langey reports, not only are Democrats opposed to funding the wall. They're also balking where the rest of the money is going or is not going the president's request would raise defense spending to more than seven hundred fifty billion dollars while at the same time implementing an across the board cut of five percent to all other spending programs. John Yarmuth, the chairman of the house budget committee calls that nonstarter he says with severe cuts to essential programs and services that would leave our nation less safe and secure the Trump budget is as dangerous as it is predictable. It has no chance in the house, but many Republicans see the proposal released today to be merely a starting point for negotiations. Mola langey CBS news. Capitol hill. Searchers say they have found avalanche debris in the area where they're searching for a missing Camp Pendleton marine. First tenant Michael Kraft began of skiing and hiking trip in the Sierras on February twenty third and was due back on March fifth, but he he never showed up DA summer. Stephens is removing hundreds of names from several gang injunction injunction lists era, nearly eight hundred people who have been listed on those injunctions news, h Brandon Lewis has downtown with why the names are being removed many of these injunctions date back at least ten years. The original goal was to.

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"okita" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"okita" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"KOA NewsRadio time eight thirty. Embattled Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro says he believes the US has no goodwill for his country. You think the US wants to invade Venezuela? Tony Okita in the United States wants Venezuela's oil, and they're willing to go to war for that oil. Meanwhile, Univision journalist or hey, Ramos and his team are no longer being held in Venezuela romo's and his team were released after being briefly detained at the presidential palace. In Caracas Univision says they were interviewing president Maduro when he became irritated with their questioning Venezuelan. Authorities also confiscated their equipment and phones R and B singer R Kelly is out of the Chicago area jail after a few days in custody on sexual abuse charges, the singer turned himself in after being indicted on accusations he sexually abused underage girls as well as a woman between nine hundred ninety eight in twenty ten he has pleaded not guilty to. Those charges sports, Colorado. Rockies manager bud black has been given a three year contract extension next update at nine David kale. KOA newsradio. Eight fifty AM. Them. Looking much better around the metro area. That accident southbound I twenty five at tomorrow Zinta cleaning stages. So things are rapidly getting back to normal down south twenty five across the city. Looking good. I seventy is looking good across the city with the exception of slowing on ice seventy right around the two seventy construction C for seventy and sixth avenue are looking good at this hour CBS for weather tonight. Clear with a low of twenty.

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"okita" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"okita" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"But also support healthy blood flow to the brain through the coronary arteries in the army's, our kidneys, her kidneys, work, better veterans, so forth. Alison wants to have her take the glucose gel to large miles a month. So she can take fifteen a day five five and five each meal. I'd also have her take again, those MSM tablets would do the same thing from a different direction. Schaulson needs are stay natural capsules Okita called stay restored. From her say natural division. And all of these will support maintenance repair of cartilage, ligaments, tendons, connective tissue disc between vertebrae bones. And let's see your vitamin d three because I'm sure she doesn't get out in a bikini four hours a day at her body weight and age eighty years old. So he needs to get three of the are vitamin d three capsule. Three times a day, the three bottles a month. And for pain and have use our new hemp FX product sues as OT E isn't a pump bottle and get a little couple of little bottles of our aromatherapy, all blend called trauma, L T R A put four or five drops trauma, oil and a half a teaspoon of the sushi. Rub that on her knees. Her back up around her neck in the first four thrashing, very her knees and play sell. She has pain muscle groups and so forth, and then call us every caller people every couple of weeks. She will be a great testimony. Even at eighty years old, the body the human body responds when you give it to Roman chill, we are built to repair cells. So we need raw materials to do it. And Tammy the number to call in case you missed some of this one eight five five nine four nine seven two three four text tweets. Tom has one for you, doc, what do you have any this one coming in from Sam a tweet from Sam, I need something for depression is all good. I need some help. Please. Oh boy. Well, I don't like prescription drugs because you only treat the symptoms. They don't get right down to the basic root cause. And so I like our uplift, which is encapsulated CBD oil 'cause he's added things to it. Okay. Have ended things to it that actually increase your built to function okay neurological without getting high without getting high while there's no THC in her hip. Okay. We are totally one hundred percent THC free. We're legal in all states. But this this uplift division, which is in the soft gel capsules are CBD oil. Plus has got a half a dozen other things they've added to it herbs and so forth and actually increase the function of the brain people who have anxiety people who have things like oh, depression, make depression, bipolar tax. Yeah. It's amazing. What this will do very good. And whether the what was the name of that again, doc, okay? It's called uplift is part of a hemp affects division it's hard capsules. But this goes along they.

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"okita" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"okita" Discussed on WTVN

"But also, those support healthy blood flow to the brain through the coronary arteries in the armies and her kidneys, which help her kidneys work better. And so forth. I also want to have her take the glucose gel to large. So she can take fifteen day five five and five each meal. I'd also have her take again, those NSM tablets, what do the same thing from a different direction. Schaulson needs are stay natural capsules Okita called stay restored from our natural division, and all of these will support maintenance repair of cartilage, ligaments, tendons, connective tissue disc between vertebrae bones, and let's see your vitamin d three. 'cause I'm sure she doesn't get out in the bikini four hours a day at her body weight and eighty years old. So he needs to get three of the are vitamin d three capsule. Three times a day, the three bottles a month and for pain and Hever use our Newham X product sues as oh THE isn't a pump bottle and get a little couple of little bottles of our aromatherapy all blend called trauma. I'll T R A E put four or five drums for the trauma. Well and a half a teaspoon of the. Sushi rubbed that under knees. Her backup around her neck in the first four thrashing, very her knees and he plays. She has pain muscle groups and so forth, and then call us, you know, people every couple of weeks, she will be a great testimony even at eighty years old the body the human body responds when you give it the Roman chill. We are built to repair cells. We need raw materials to do it. And Tammy the number to call in case you missed some of this one eight five five nine four nine seven two three four texting tweets. Tom has one for you? Doc, what do you have any this one coming in from Sam a tweet from Sam, I need something for depression is Adderall good. I need some help, please. Oh boy. Well, I don't like prescription drugs because you only treat the symptoms. They don't get right down to the basic root cause. And so I like are uplift, which is are encapsulated CBD. I'll he added things to it. Okay. Added things to it that actually increase your built to function okay neurological without getting high without getting high. Well, there's no THC in her hip. Okay. We are totally one hundred percent THC free. We're legal in all states. But this this uplift division, which is in the soft gel capsules are CBD oil. Plus has got gotta happen. Another things that had to it herbs and so forth and actually increase the function of the brain people having Zaidi people who have things like oh depression, make depression. Bipolar Xanax tax. Yeah. It's amazing. What this will do very good. And whether the what was the name of that again, doc, okay? It's called uplift is part of a hemp affects division it's hard capsules. But this goes along,.

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"okita" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"okita" Discussed on 600 WREC

"But also, those support healthy blood flow to the brain through the coronary arteries in the armies our kidneys, which you'll help her kidneys work better. And so forth. I also want to have her take the glucose gel too large. So she can take fifteen day five five and five each meal. I'd also have her take again, those NSM tablets. We'll do the same thing from a different direction. She also needs her stay natural capsules Okita called stay restored for mercy, natural division, and all of these will support major pair of cartilage, ligaments, tendons, connective tissue disc between vertebrae bones. And let's see your vitamin d three because I'm sure she doesn't get out in the bikini four hours a day, her body weight and age eighty years old. So he needs to get three of the are vitamin d tree capsule. Three times a day, the three bottles a month. And for pain and Hever use our new hemp FX product sues as oh THE isn't a pumped bottle can get a little couple of little bottles of our aromatherapy all blend called trauma. How T R A AMA put four or five drops to the trauma while and a half a teaspoon of the sushi. Rub that underneath her backup around her neck in the first four or thrashing, very her knees, and he plays societas pain muscle groups, and so forth, and then call us every caller people every couple of weeks. She will be a great testimony even at eighty years old the body the human body responds when you give it the raw material, we are built to repair cells. So we need raw materials to Tammy the number to call in case you missed some of this one eight five five nine four nine seven two three four text and tweets Tom has one for you, doc, what do you have tummy this one coming in from Sam a tweet from Sam, I need something for depression is Adderall good. Need some help? Please. Oh boy. Well, I don't like prescription drugs because you only treat the symptoms. They don't get right down to the basic because and so I like our uplift, which is our encapsulated CBD 'cause we've added things to it. Okay. Added things to it. It actually increase your ability to function. Okay. Neurologically without getting high without getting high while there's no THC in her hip. Okay. We are totally one hundred percent THC free where legal in all states. But this this uplift division, which is in the soft gel capsules are CBD oil. Plus has got a half a dozen other things that had to it herbs and so forth and actually increase the function of the brain people who have anxiety people who have things like oh, depression, make depression, bipolar tax. Yeah. It's amazing. What this will do very good. And what what was the name of that again, doc, okay? It's called uplift is part of a hemp affects division it's hard capsules. But this goes along they.

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"okita" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"okita" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"But also, they'll support healthy blood flow to the brain through the coronary arteries in the army's, our kidneys, which cover Kinney's veterans so forth. Also wants to have her take the glucose gel to large miles a month. So she can take fifteen day five five and five each meal. I'd also have her take again, those NSM tablets, what do the same thing from a different direction. She also needs are stay natural capsules Okita called stay restored. For mercy natural division. And all of these will support maintenance repair of cartilage, ligaments, tendons, connective tissue disc between vertebrae bones, and let's see your vitamin d three. 'cause I'm sure she doesn't get out in a bikini four hours a day, her body weight and age eighty years old. So he needs to get three of the are vitamin d three capsules three times a day, the three bottles mount and for pain. I'd have her use. Our new hip. X product sues as oh THE is an pumped bottle can get a little couple of little bottles of our aromatherapy all blend called trauma. I'll T R A M E put four or five drops for the trauma will and a half a teaspoon of the sushi. Rubbed that knees. Her backup around her neck in the first four thrashing, very her knees, and he plays societas pain muscle groups, and so forth, and then call us every caller people every couple of weeks. She will be a great testimony. Even at eighty years old, the body the human body responds when you give it Roman. We are built to repair cells. But we need raw materials to do it..

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"okita" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"okita" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Axe. Radio eight six six ninety redeye. Let us go to Mark in Illinois. Mark, welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Hi, mark. Yeah. Thank you very much. You guys. I really appreciate your show. I after I listened to everyone else. I listened to what you guys say. Thanks. What I think is that President Trump has to declare the cartel as as terrorist groups because down in Mexico they've lost like over the last two years sixty thousand people and once he does that that sets the plate for him to declare a national emergency. And just by doing that. I think it will shake up the Democrats. He doesn't have to declare the, you know, the emergency. But just by declaring the terrorist groups in which they are it will shake things up in the negotiate. How? He's still needs to get anything. He would need he would need congress. That's why they backed off it. They backed off it because they realized this thing would be caught up in the courts and never get done. That's why they backed up because if congress came out and said that these are terrorist groups, and we need to build a wall. The wall would the wall would be built an eminent domain and everything else could take place Trump himself, for example, if Trump's if Trump says somebody's a terrorist group that's rhetoric if congress votes and says somebody's terrorist group that's actually part of the law. Then for example, when congress said that Al Qaeda was an enemy if you just went over and associated with the member of the Qaeda, you were breaking the law. If the president said, those Okita people are terrorists that doesn't make it illegal. Congress is the one that gives it the bite. And so when you so I understand what you're saying that. I am. You know, maybe he should that should have been part of the entire as we stated over the last couple of years town hall meetings that you had about what these groups were were doing, but to have a bite and to make it legal and easier to get through the courts, it has to put through congress. And I think they came to the realization, which is why that thought has been really been put in the background. I don't know if I heard anybody talking about the national emergency, maybe one or two congressmen mentioned it I didn't see much the administration all that's gone and forgotten. The only every buzzer, beater three pointer and slammed back to Sam Houser. He'll try it. Got it. Got it. Overti- follow all things around Marquette basketball, all season long. It.

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"okita" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"okita" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Radio eight six six ninety redeye. Let us go to Mark in Illinois. Mark, welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Hi, mark. Yeah. Thank you very much. You guys. I really appreciate your show. I listen to everyone else. I listened to what you guys say. Thanks. What I think is that President Trump has to declare the cartel as. Terrorist groups because down in Mexico. They've lost over the last two years sixty thousand people and once he does that that's that's the plate for him to declare a national emergency. And just by doing that. I think it will shake up the Democrats. He doesn't have to declare the, you know, the emergency. But just by declaring the terrorist groups in which they are it will shake things up in the negotiations. Oh. He's still needs to get anything. Movin. He would need co. He would need congress. That's why they backed off it. They backed off it because they realized this thing would be caught up in the courts and never get done. That's why they backed up because if congress came out and said that these are terrorist groups, and we need to build a wall. The wall would the wall would be built. Yep. And an eminent domain and everything else could take place Trump himself. You know, for example, if Trump's if Trump says somebody's a terrorist group that's rhetoric if congress votes and said, somebody is a terrorist group that's actually part of the law. Then for example, when congress said that Al Qaeda was an enemy if you just went over and associated with the member of al-qaeda, you were breaking the law. If the president said, those Okita people are terrorists that doesn't make it a legal congresses the one that gives it the bite. And so when you so I understand what you're saying that, and you know, maybe he should that should have been part of the entire as we stated they'll over the last couple of years town hall meetings that you had about what these groups were were doing, but to have a bite and to make it legal and easier to get through the courts, it has to go through congress. And I think they finally came to the realization, which is why that fought has.

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"okita" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"okita" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Tomorrow morning starting at five thirty by news talk eight fifty W F T L. Radio eight six six ninety redeye. Let us go to Mark in Illinois. Mark, welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Hi, mark. Yeah. Thank you very much. You guys. I really appreciate your show. I listen to everyone else. I listened to what you guys say. Thanks. What I think is that President Trump has to declare the cartel as as terrorist groups because down in Mexico they've lost like over the last two years sixty thousand people and once he does that that sets the plate for him to declare a national emergency. And just by doing that. I think it will shake up the Democrats. He doesn't have the declare the, you know, the emergency. But just by declaring it a terrorist groups in which they are it will shake things up in the negotiations. Oh. He's still needs to get anything. He would need co he would need congress. That's why they backed off it. They back off it because they realized this thing would be caught up in the courts and never get done. That's why they backed up because if congress came out and said that these are terrorist groups, and we need to build a wall. The wall would the the wall would be built an and an eminent domain and everything else could take place Trump himself. You know, for example, if Trump's if Trump says somebody's a terrorist group that's rhetoric if congress votes and says somebody's a terrorist group that's actually part of the law. Then for example, when congress said that I'll Qaeda was an enemy if you just went over and associated with the member of Al Qaeda, you were breaking the law. If the president said, those Okita people are terrorists that doesn't make it illegal congress is the one that gives it the by. And so when you so I understand what you're saying that. And you know, maybe he should that should have been part of the entire as we stated though over the last couple of years town hall meetings that you had about what these groups were were doing, but to have a bite and to make it legal and easier to get through the courts, it has to go through congress. And I think they finally came to the realization, which is why that bought.

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"okita" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"okita" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Morning. Everybody's DJ envy. Angela Ye shall Amina guy. We oughta breakfast club. Good morning too late to post the ten year is that over on. They didn't want for me. Roundings? He a phone. I'm talking about a real one. For the station. That we owe here in New York City did. Yeah. That's what I was well done ugly nigga now, I'm like, medium rare. Definitely well-done back name written medium, rare ugly. Yeah. You you you? No, I didn't say that. You feeling is. Please. Please. Please. I didn't even participate in that challenge. But always supposed to go back Thursday pictures anyway. Tell me last night knowing that power posted. Right. Out. Can I sat out to the Brooklyn nets? They just name me the global ambassador of diversity inclusion community. Okay. And so yesterday, I was at the nets game. We actually beat this out much. It would hurt me. If we didn't win that game where they announced it. Seven ended up winning by seven at the end. Oh boy. I was getting very very nervous. I'd have to tell a works and Mike Kaiser they were sending with me last night quite size, though. We had a good time in some more Reese, and to Manny and to everybody from the Brooklyn nets and Maureen and everyone who actually made that happen for me. Okita Robin includes mouth manageable. You, dammit. Go to the nets games now to repeat that long after you got. Oh, you got to remember is dice. That's how I remember. Because that's what the what do you call it? The acronym is okay. It's diversity inclusion a community engagement dice dice. Gotcha. On right now. We got rumors went away. Yes. Celebrate really wants to come up here to the breakfast club. And we're going to make that happen. He said he's not even scared about what Charlemagne might ask him watching him on marriage boot camp. I don't know if you guys have been watching that show too hip, hop addition. That is funny. Yeah. So come get with all their yelling, though, I know that going to do. Take my God damn belt off. Donovan Dan belt. In my dance. Come up here. Yelling come us bringing soldier young man. My dog net worth isn't thirty million dollars. Mine. Mine is ten and guess what? Why? So. I believe. No, no, nobody's networks online at actually Israel. No. Game console. You know? Yes. That game console. And no, man. I don't even know what network is I just know that mindset ten million, and I don't have ten million calculated. She acids, right. Is assets. Not as you know, what forget it. Way more assets outright room way is the breakfast. Good morning. Yes. Lighter. What? What I love go five four three two one..

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"okita" Discussed on Pod Save the World

Pod Save the World

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"okita" Discussed on Pod Save the World

"And then honestly, something that caught my attention was John Bolton's comments from Israel. Where clearly the Israelis were very concerned or allies. We're very concerned to hear about, you know, Trump's announcement of the pullout and bolt and said, you know, we're pulling out of the fight against ISIS, but we're going to maintain a presence in L Tom to counter the Iranian threat. And you know, that certainly got my tension as someone who's now in congress, obviously countering the Iranian threat, I'm a big fan of. But you gotta come back to congress and explain what you're doing. And get permission to. Troops in a combat zone. When the mission is not Okita crisis. Oh, so we're talking more powers now. Well, I mean the transcripts that I read of John Bolton. But he said, we're staying out, Tom, you know, this town in southern Syria because it's a way station for the Iranians to move things back and forth. And there isn't ISIS in that town, and you know, as well as I do that right now, the military has permission to act against they'll Qaeda and against ISIS, and they need to come back to congress. If they want to prosecute something new against Iran. God it's so great to hear a member of congress say that because of Obama Bush to probe there's not enough pushback. I mean. Yeah, Ben, and I were talking earlier about some of the things John Bolton was saying where the conditions for that would have to be met to get troops out of Syria. And it was basically completely eradicate ISIS, which is going to be impossible. If you think we're defeating an idea protecting the Kurds from the Turks and then right? There's this. Overtone of pushing back on a Ron in Syria as part of that mission. And you know, in some ways to me it sounded like a defacto recipe for an indefinite troop presence. But you're right. It is absolutely not been authorized by congress or any law. Yeah. Like, I said, I mean, I was a Shia analyst at the CIA I spent a lot of my early career exposing and sort of linking Iranian various activities to some of the bad things that were happening and those shooting against you know, US forces in Iraq. So I am by no means sympathetic to the Iranians in their agenda in the Middle East. But I just believe there is a clear distinction as laid out in the constitution on the role of congress. And I know that congress has sort of abrogated their responsibility for, you know, a long time, basically since two thousand one two thousand and two of providing oversight, and if someone who worked at the Pentagon, I just I believe the system works best when both the executive branch and the legislative branch understand what our? Policy is and it's there's a clear mandate from both bodies to be there. You imagine had to talk to a lot of foreign counterparts about policy choices made by administration's talking to partners in the region about Obama's plan to combat ISIS. What do you think they're thinking right now about their ability to count on America to stand with them in this fight or any other fight like how do they respond to us just being all over the place? Yeah. I mean, I think obviously, particularly our partners who were fighting with us in Syria who literally rely on the American backbone in order to prosecute the fight against ISIS who are the ones who are going to have tax in their capitals. Probably before we have attacks in our capital. I think it's just a it is a betrayal to do policy by Twitter and not properly consult our allies when they are risking blood and treasure to be there. And, you know, join us in this fight. I think is is just a major break with what an ally. Lied relationship has been since World War Two. And I think that what it does also for the Kurds who are fighting with us in northern Syria. You know, the next time we're trying to engage in the world five years from now ten years from now. And there's a group who's willing to fight terrorists. And you know, you say to them, listen, we're gonna help you and support you where the United States of America fight with us. They're gonna say we know what America does you use us. And you fight, you know, have fight ISIS or you have a terrorist group. And then you leave us without warning..

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"okita" Discussed on Pod Save the World

Pod Save the World

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"okita" Discussed on Pod Save the World

"And then honestly, something that caught my attention was John Bolton's comments from Israel. Where clearly the Israelis were very concerned or allies. We're very concerned to hear about, you know, Trump's announcement of the pullout and bolt and said, you know, we're pulling out of the fight against ISIS, but we're going to maintain a presence in L Tom to counter the Iranian threat. And you know, that certainly got my tension as someone who's now in congress, obviously countering the Iranian threat, I'm a big fan of. But you gotta come back to congress and explain what you're doing. And get permission to. Troops in a combat zone. When the mission is not Okita crisis. Oh, so we're talking more powers now. Well, I mean the transcripts that I read of John Bolton. But he said, we're staying out, Tom, you know, this town in southern Syria because it's a way station for the Iranians to move things back and forth. And there isn't ISIS in that town, and you know, as well as I do that right now, the military has permission to act against they'll Qaeda and against ISIS, and they need to come back to congress. If they want to prosecute something new against Iran. God it's so great to hear a member of congress say that because of Obama Bush to probe there's not enough pushback. I mean. Yeah, Ben, and I were talking earlier about some of the things John Bolton was saying where the conditions for that would have to be met to get troops out of Syria. And it was basically completely eradicate ISIS, which is going to be impossible. If you think we're defeating an idea protecting the Kurds from the Turks and then right? There's this. Overtone of pushing back on a Ron in Syria as part of that mission. And you know, in some ways to me it sounded like a defacto recipe for an indefinite troop presence. But you're right. It is absolutely not been authorized by congress or any law. Yeah. Like, I said, I mean, I was a Shia analyst at the CIA I spent a lot of my early career exposing and sort of linking Iranian various activities to some of the bad things that were happening and those shooting against you know, US forces in Iraq. So I am by no means sympathetic to the Iranians in their agenda in the Middle East. But I just believe there is a clear distinction as laid out in the constitution on the role of congress. And I know that congress has sort of abrogated their responsibility for, you know, a long time, basically since two thousand one two thousand and two of providing oversight, and if someone who worked at the Pentagon, I just I believe the system works best when both the executive branch and the legislative branch understand what our? Policy is and it's there's a clear mandate from both bodies to be there. You imagine had to talk to a lot of foreign counterparts about policy choices made by administration's talking to partners in the region about Obama's plan to combat ISIS. What do you think they're thinking right now about their ability to count on America to stand with them in this fight or any other fight like how do they respond to us just being all over the place? Yeah. I mean, I think obviously, particularly our partners who were fighting with us in Syria who literally rely on the American backbone in order to prosecute the fight against ISIS who are the ones who are going to have tax in their capitals. Probably before we have attacks in our capital. I think it's just a it is a betrayal to do policy by Twitter and not properly consult our allies when they are risking blood and treasure to be there. And, you know, join us in this fight. I think is is just a major break with what an ally. Lied relationship has been since World War Two. And I think that what it does also for the Kurds who are fighting with us in northern Syria. You know, the next time we're trying to engage in the world five years from now ten years from now. And there's a group who's willing to fight terrorists. And you know, you say to them, listen, we're gonna help you and support you where the United States of America fight with us. They're gonna say we know what America does you use us. And you fight, you know, have fight ISIS or you have a terrorist group. And then you leave us without warning..

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Your Weekly Tech Update

02:47 min | 3 years ago

And happening in this weeks what the...??? An 11-year-old confronts a home invader raiding the fridge

"And finally happening in this week's what the eleven year old confronted a home invader for stealing wine coolers. And ribs from the fridge. The brazen act happened just after midnight at the home of Nathan, Marcus and battle creek police say they have two men in custody. Marcus was sitting on the couch watching TV while his family was sleeping. And I heard the fridge open swim out to see what it was. It was a man helping himself to the refrigerator. I said, right and yours. I saw the guy open the fridge and just taking stuff out of it. And he looked at me and he was Okita slick, some drinks. And I said now, and then he left out the door and I want to tell me more said, the strange man walked away with a few wine coolers and a plate of ribs, but it wasn't the food he was worried about. I didn't know if he was going to hurt me or anything. He said, battle creek police arrested to nineteen year olds, walking down a road, not far from the Marcus home officer said, both admitted. They were drinking that night and now face charges for home invasion. The Marcus family has no idea why the man stopped. Their house, but said that they're now boosting security and locking their doors more.

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