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Why Anthony Fauci Is the Reason Behind the "Two Americas"

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:16 min | Last week

Why Anthony Fauci Is the Reason Behind the "Two Americas"

"Well hello everybody. I hope you have a good weekend i did. I'm blessed that way. Weekends are good. Weekdays are good. I know what a blessing it is not always the case as with most people have been challenging the current term right. We don't use bad. We challenging so had that all right. Y'all so the country is divided as you. Well know and it is divided artificially between black and white. that's one division that has been created by the progressives division that in fact there's not objectively exist relations between the vast majority of whites and the vast majority of blacks are perfectly fine there are there are no legal obstacles as well. In addition to the relations being good there are no legal obstacles to the advancement of anybody because of race. Systemic racism is a gigantic lie. So that's one division in the country that has been created by progressives who live on the division if the country is united even singing the same national anthem. They are troubled. Because you can't destroy a society that has a degree of happiness and union so there's another division that is has arisen between the vaccinated and non-vaccinated and many of you who are vaccinated except this division that the non-vaccinated are ruining the country. F- ouchi is the source of this one. The man is truly a destructive force in america truly When i saw him prevaricate with rand paul it was a confirmation of what i had. Long suspected the man loves power and is not particularly bright. He's he's bright in the sense of he gets a fine brain but not depth. There is no depth to the man but he doesn't have to be deep. He has to be whatever he wants to be

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Fauci Is the Mascot for Big Government

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | Last week

Fauci Is the Mascot for Big Government

"Of fao she has become the caricature of big pharma. Big government anti-freedom measures and quite honestly he has become the mascot of unreasonable and corrupt decisions. That have been made from our government. Now vouch iw. Is someone that we've talked about for quite some time. F- ouchi is a great example of what happens when government gets too big when government gets too big. You get these rather clever. Sly devious and dare i say slippery. Operators who are able to be a permanent attribute of the system they. They're very difficult to remove. They know what to say it congressional hearings they know how to get and receive congressional funding. They know how to turn people against each other they are experts in failing upwards the never got anything consequential they have no massive successes two point two instead he can just say a been here for forty years and somehow that allows him to stay. It's almost as if he has a black male file on every single person is department. He is the highest paid employee of the entire federal government

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"ouchi" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

"ouchi" Discussed on No Agenda

"Every day. Choose from our menu of come on. I'm not gonna read the whole menu. So here's the thing. He's got a whole menu and get some jingles though be able to problem is the geniuses justice annoying he says. Please don't read my jingle. I going for shock value but the problem is one two three four five six seven eight nine and a lot of them were doubled. And you can't do these many jingles. We got to put a stop to this. But i'm going to read it to you. And then you get an idea of what this What is bed and breakfast is about jingles. Trump aroused. Kamla don't come trump gonna come kamla. Don't come biden whole load kamla. Don't come out. Chee wees ouchi. We's again you're gonna die. Is this like a sex bed and breakfast. I don't know it sounds like us. Yeah so it sounds to get it around that it is hard to get it aroused but we got it. Do not come on. Come on. I'm going to give you the whole load you might. You've got karma okay. In on golden pond. Everybody make sure you're signed the guestbook cheese. I do not encourage this kind of donation to be honest it. That's basically an ad. I don't like that we're going to have to stop that. Not cool now if you give us a piece of the action then. You're talking exactly. Don't share the connie guys. Didn't you hear the not here. No agenda shop exactly. Casey van keel three thirty three Sent a note to j at Dot org Why don't you read the next couple. And i will go look for the. There's not. I would assume that if it came in with the subject line donation. It would have been your into eric..

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"ouchi" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

"ouchi" Discussed on No Agenda

"Day. Choose from our menu of come on. I'm not gonna read the whole menu. So here's the thing. He's got a whole menu here. And i guess some jingles though be able to problem is the geniuses justice annoying he says. Please don't read my jingle. I going for shock value but the problem is one two three four five six seven eight nine and a lot of them were doubled. And you can't do these many jingles. We got to put a stop to this. But i'm going to read it to you. And then you get an idea of what this What is bed and breakfast is about jingles. Trump aroused. Kamla don't come trump gonna come kamla. Don't come biden whole load kamla. Don't come out. Chee wees ouchi. We's again you're gonna die. Is this like a sex bed and breakfast. I don't know it sounds like us. It sounds to get. It aroused hard to get it aroused but we got it. Do not come on come. I'm going to give you the whole. Load you might. You've got karma okay. In on golden pond. Everybody make sure you're signed the guestbook cheese. I do not encourage this kind of donation to be honest it. That's basically an ad. I don't like that we're going to have to stop that. Not cool now if you give us a piece of the action then. You're talking exactly. Don't share the connie guys. Didn't you hear the not here. No agenda shop exactly. Casey van keel three thirty three Sent a note to j at Dot org Why don't you read the next couple. And i will go look for the. There's not. I would assume that if it came in with the subject line donation. It would have been your into eric..

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"ouchi" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

"ouchi" Discussed on No Agenda

"Day. Choose from our menu of come on. I'm not gonna read the whole menu. So here's the thing. He's got a whole menu here. And i guess some jingles though be able to problem is the geniuses justice annoying he says. Please don't read my jingle. I going for shock value but the problem is one two three four five six seven eight nine and a lot of them were doubled. And you can't do these many jingles. We got to put a stop to this. But i'm going to read it to you. And then you get an idea of what this What is bed and breakfast is about jingles. Trump aroused. Kamla don't come trump gonna come kamla. Don't come by whole load kamla. Don't come out. Chee wees ouchi weeds. Again you're gonna die. Is this like a sex bed and breakfast. I don't know it sounds like us. Yeah so it sounds to get it aroused that it is hard to get it aroused but we got it. Do not come on come. I'm going to give you the whole. Load you might. You've got karma okay. In on golden pond. Everybody make sure you're signed the guestbook cheese. I do not encourage this kind of donation to be honest it. That's basically an ad. I don't like that we're going to have to stop that. Not cool now if you give us a piece of the action then. You're talking exactly. Don't share the connie guys. Didn't you hear the not here. No agenda shop exactly. Casey van keel three thirty three Sent a note to j at Dot org Why don't you read the next couple. And i will go look for the. There's not. I would assume that if it came in with the subject line donation. It would have been your into eric..

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"ouchi" Discussed on Who Invited Her?

Who Invited Her?

05:21 min | 3 weeks ago

"ouchi" Discussed on Who Invited Her?

"I read on twitter and ritter read it and all of this especially for drag racing all all of that so back day jesse day was doing a concert down in shirley this was after she was getting a lot of shit from the algae bt q. Community saying like. Oh you're not supportive of it and all this so it was like one of the drag queens round the world type of thing. So it was like alaska. We'll come in a bunch of other queens at the time went to do this concert with her like do a song with her and it was. I believe it was will who said this on twitter on race. Chasers said the story. Do think i remember and she said that jazzy. Jay came in with an entourage came to the clintons And then she left and then she was just surrounded by her people and didn't like one hundred cute she was literally using the queen's for a photo op re redo her image and i was like no like miley who will like literally wants to drugs with them like i was in art. Well there was an article saying about areo. Actually i was actually saying you know how the montana montana well this is the other thing you know. How that stuff came out about little nasr madonna. This week and especially for people in my generation was a real big advocate generation. That really big advocate for ouchi tiki rights right the greatest generation act. I'm just clarifying for listeners. Boomers generation. I'm anyways. But i feel like millie might meal. We miley cyrus donna. Especially with this. She's such an advocate for. He has a pride special on paramount. Plus tonight that. I really really wanna watch paramount for that. Showdown hold on. Cbs gave me one. Yeah thank.

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Vaccines vs Variants: Will They Work?

Science Vs

01:50 min | 4 months ago

Vaccines vs Variants: Will They Work?

"Today on the show. Where pinning facts against visor and medina and johnson and johnson and astra zeneca. Yes more and more of us getting out shots and so we want to know. Will these vaccines save us or is the virus about to outsmart us again. Hey science versus. I got my first Ouchi a few weeks ago. We asked signs vessels listeners. What it was like to finally get the job. I received the first dose of my pfizer vaccine. My first dose of the moderna vaccine. Johnson and johnson one and john. When they gave me the shot. I was like tell me. When it's done in there like we already did it. And over and over again we had one word to describe how people felt relief relief. Just the relief and started crying in the waiting area. That just feels like word stepping out from under the dark cloud. I feel like i can actually breathe again. But at the same time there was a lot of confusion after all cases at taking up in the us and other parts of the world. I'm still nervous about that. Return to normal when they get full. Immunity is it safe to do exactly if i'm still nervous about possibly carrying the virus and giving it to someone unvaccinated and meanwhile we're hearing more and more about new mutations in this virus but some are saying can make it more deadly and help it spread foster and now people are wondering. Wait a sec if this virus is changing these vaccines we just got even gonna work.

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"ouchi" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

05:58 min | 9 months ago

"ouchi" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"So i think that's really a blockbuster. What does that tell you we. All this is if falls into the category. How they build their numbers. And how do they see us because they're desperate to get the numbers up so doing a lot more tasks and also as they were doing more tests they were making it easier to come out with a positive in now. It's coming back but you know we've talked about that. I think is well known. But what i think is the astounding. Part of this story is the lack of credibility of ouchi. If he can say no. We think there's been too many positives and we've overdone it. Why would he have any credibility left to this and of course we found out yesterday when we talked a little bit about where how she should go. We have a lot of people our viewers. And i think he needs to go to leeds a but with with this statement and it's just think of all that has been dependent on between him him and gates. I just think of the harm. They have done and in yet harley much but but i would say vouchers in worse shape than he was Even a month ago. And i think what happened here talking shop with these guys that are in the same level and he didn't realize he wasn't in front of the camera he was just talking shop and so i think he actually accidentally admitted the truth. The fact that so many of these tests. So why can't they. Why won't they report the number of cycles when they report the test because the doctor mid actually would help the patient right. The patient okay. Look you've got a positive but we ran it at forty cycles. So there's a good chance. It's a false positive. Don't have a panic attack you know. Don't don't worry it looks like it should be okay. I mean that should be a service to the to the patient. I mentioned to you a little while ago. That one thing that we were taught in medical school is you. Don't treat lab tests you treat the patient and in this case. They're treating the lab tests that they're manipulating. And it's actually away from the patient you know. The case is the definition of of a case is completely distorted. Now and they don't they. Don't look at patient at all. They're looking at this taste tests so what you need is a lot of money to do. A lot of testing because we have to follow through You know all that we do that. That's why we need this vaccine because look at what's been happening on these tests they keep getting more and more and we wonder why even though as you have shown so many times the death rate is down to practically zero her back to where it was before the the so-called pandemic started. Yeah well they can always turn up some deaths in the cd said they're not they're not going to follow the flu this year..

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"ouchi" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

02:54 min | 9 months ago

"ouchi" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

"Establish a nest in the northeast. Of Mayor Northwest of America. I'm just trying. Out here, kind of. Ecosystem. Okay as we as we continue to grow and as we get hateful comments because we will, as we become more of a public figure, what do you have any advice for us or anybody? On that growth pattern of what to do when you approach the situation like that. When you said like, okay one person said at temps. Thought it. Do you respond every time? Is that really like the direction you want? If if it's someone that lake sometimes responding to be like I'm sorry that. It depends on what they approach it Sometimes I'm sorry that. I will. Be a lot of times I'll be like Ouchi. I'm sorry I don't know why you said that I shouldn't have said, I'm sorry and it's so weird and then They apologize profusely. I've been very lucky with my following, and I think they like truly like. Care for me and maybe I'm thinking but. It's like the quickest growth you can have like immediate making a joke and then having like. One. Hundred thousand people see and like have a say on it you like. Everything. Good and bad. And I think my biggest advice. If some no one knows you're not to love you or hate you online because it's a curated version of so it's not a real. So like even if someone comes up to you and is like Oh my God I, Love You all bought like Tammy I'll be like my in my head I'm like my boss just came up to me and told me I'm doing a good job and they like what I'm doing but other than that they don't know me enough to truly love me which is the same for. Hey. So like if someone say something me, I'm like, okay. Just, said like because you don't have bosses in this industry like your own boss Joe deciding your own shit. So it's like your followers away are like kind of your boss saying we like this we don't like this we like this and. Take it for what it is. That's not ever you. I love that dude it's not us well, and it's not us. It's our character. Yeah, it's tricky. Yeah. I think is tricky for us because we stand up we put everything out there but we know even when we go up on stage. It is, but it isn't me it's a heightened is. I'm trying to entertain yeah. So like if you don't like like, Oh, you didn't like the stupid joke in the my energy thing. And then but then people like. That's what I'm saying yeah. That was so why? Did you get the bat back. I would assume I check. Check. Long..

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"ouchi" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

02:36 min | 9 months ago

"ouchi" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"A pillar of. My My my wife's dad worked at exit when he was just a college kid man. It's hard to imagine that not being part of the he'll go in there and think about all the people who've played it's. About and I don't know how this country and certainly not the city is GonNa pull through the economic uncertainty is affecting so many industries obviously, there are some that are thriving the Amazons of the world and stuff for meals every's. But like media like the first thing like like relevant businesses like us are supported by advertising hundred, percent advertising revenue and If you read the industry publications and traffic is way up, people are spending more time consuming media right now but advertising is plummeted and and and so for us like this year versus last year, we're down at least eighty. Percent Revenue at least eighty percent, and so our staff is way smaller than it was our overhead. We had a pullback in so many ways to make it through and the economic uncertainty is affecting. All the companies normally would be marketing in the fall season and stuff, and it's like they're not. They're just not spending the money everybody's scared of the unknown. And so that toward the ripple effect of the uncertainty of this elongating is really hard is really hard. You know everybody's like three months we'll get through it and now it's like six months and th Ouchi said, this isn't the third wave this new spike he said this is the first wave still. Wow. Wow. Yeah. Yeah I. Mean it's like that in the publishing world to with and books I mean you know you think about people who are losing income and losing money they're just there's not that extra money to spend on books like they would have in two, thousand, nineteen. So everything's down it's crazy speaking gigs are gone. Someone said this is the nine. This is our this this generation as nine eleven. Like you just remember when things changed just like it's never going back. It's the way. This is what it is. Yeah I I was watching the the new season of chefs table about barbecue, which is on netflix fantastic by the way but there was an episode. Did you see a tyler? Excellent there's this one about this woman she's eighty five years old and has been like a pit massar for five decades and. She was kind of talking. You know she runs a small little place in Texas and she only cooks barbecue on Saturdays like a big deal will come wait in line basically all day to to to get Barbara. Barbecue at am. kind of we know but the people end up just kind of hanging out and she was kind of just pontificating about how it's cool that you.

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"ouchi" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

05:12 min | 10 months ago

"ouchi" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

"It's True the same time and sometimes like one sucks and one feels good and it's like well, you know at the end of the day. What do you WanNa feel what are you want, and that's where power is power of creation is and we focus on that one and that's what we experience. No even in a like in a very direct way. Interesting. I'm going to say for someone like me I mean like like, what is sort of? Hate to keep us make a free session for me but you know whatever? No No. This is good stuff but. It's like the secret of the podcast religious me. Advanced therapy with people off. But no. Okay, here's what I'm wondering about Ben. What would you say is? For the person that is like okay, I've met these people I've met people that. Are Perpetually self victimizing. and that sort of also what I was speaking about like how long is it GonNa take for the pendulum swing back I mean I. That it comes like like from from an daily. Existence like like waking up every day like, yeah it's going to be more productive for me to be like, no, you know what? I'm going to express bisexual energy in a healthy way today and like live my true self like I get that. But from your perspective, let's talk from a human perspective when you're looking at people that are self victimizing constantly. Yeah. Well, you know I tried this kind of therapy but therapy sucked for me when I was a child so I can never do it again or you know like Oh, there's nothing that's going to work. Yeah. But it's because the world is terrible edited etc and you're like, okay but there's also a part of them that does. Maybe at some small level want to change. Like what is it GonNa take for that person to to actually be open to the idea that like maybe they can have a different thought about life like they don't have to keep falling into these patterns of thinking what? That's a good question that obviously, it depends on every individual. Hey, and I think it just depends to me from my point of view keep showing up in my truth and my openness and honesty, and that sort of is like a permission slip for people to do the same But I if you if there is a will and and you're willing to look at like why that thing is keeps happening or you keep finding yourself a. Victim of this then. This as a genuine will, and then there's space to someone facilitator healer or even the psychologist. If you WANNA make it take twelve months instead of our. Own. Just. Keep going. We can unpack essentially it's like it's like you believe you actually believe this. And you're playing out this thought and feeling and reality because if you if you go you know. There's like Ouchi, you know I I'm not comfortable without feeling and so I've I've got the stealing here and I've overlaid this stuff and made them ourselves safe and protective and I'm safe from protected because he's stem now though that and everyone's complaint you can blame them. You know it's easy to you know be you know whatever the cops or something but actually the down it's like Oh when I was three, you know I remember when my dad and and he pulled a flower out my hand and he threw it was something. Said said you know that you know? yeah. Yeah. It manifests now is as I don't have resentment for. The person though this situation. So really that core wounded is often. I mean is it? Do you think so much of the I mean I've talked to so many different healers ad. Again this makes me go like synchronicity coincidence versus. Reality. Right, right well, look I don't even necessarily made for myself I mean in the sense that like my understanding of what's happening with humanity is that it often is something emotional that's repressed or just not like flowing right that needs to be addressed and things just opened up for people. You know like. Why is it always just one thing like that often like why is it that you? Why is childhood so fragile? right? 'cause we. We we come in and where so pure and beautiful you look in a babies is is so innocent. It's just that. And it's just constantly being told like how to be in various ways you know like, say this don't say that. Where this piece of clothing all of this stuff and we just. Like you too pure piece of clay and everyone's coming by and just rubbing their fingers on it and scratching and pulling it apart and then, and then you know by the time, it's you know a few years old is it's Which is fine I mean. What.

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"ouchi" Discussed on Loving BDSM

Loving BDSM

02:54 min | 10 months ago

"ouchi" Discussed on Loving BDSM

"Sorry all. TRY IT WE'RE GONNA try it. Okay. So are you going to do a screen and it's already? Yeah, it's up there I can. See Transform. We're doing new things. So it has covered our face. That is okay now. And you can navigate. Okay. So. These are the pretty pictures. Did I. Rate in the more submissive way a certain somebody to take the pictures. Yes. So this is the homepage. the very top or two menus. One is like your typical shop thing or you can send your shopping bag and having accountable blah. When you make a purchase, it gives you the option to create an account. So you can come back or save your payment information. It is. Okay. If you don't do that y'all do not worry about it. We have pulled out what I consider the top two items that we tend to sell in the main menu of paddles and canes, but you can get to the shop by clicking shop. and. Then you scroll and we have the shot page broken down by categories will that probably change over time. Sure. So you see how many Types of products are in each category with the little number sensation play is where we have the wax. Wooden wax play knives that is a creation because I am a hard limit of knives, but we wanted to be able to. Play with it and you're creative and there we go. The evil stick which you will. We will be showing these off in In a little bit when through the products let's see canes currently you've just made a whole bunch more but currently we have three eighths inch and quarter inch The quarter inch is a smaller right. I'm really bad with numbers how the quarter inch is very Ouchi. Very Very Ouchi. They're both very also leads me very honest about it they both. Both can hurt we have paddles. We have so many paddles we need to have more paddles, but that is a tool problem that will be fixed as soon as we can. So yeah. We absolutely encourage you to click through the site and look around. We have a belong clicking on it right now how to take care of your wooden kink toys paddling one? Oh, one how to spank with a paddle so the blog will be absolutely content. That's focused on the kinds of stuff that we sell or thin. You will need to know about products So we do not see it as the resource to like supplant loving media, Salma, but these are the things that we don't usually like talk about on loving BCSM we'll put them here..

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CDC reverses statement on airborne transmission of coronavirus, says draft accidentally published

The Daily 202's Big Idea

04:19 min | 11 months ago

CDC reverses statement on airborne transmission of coronavirus, says draft accidentally published

"The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention removed language on Monday from its website that said, the coronavirus spreads via airborne transmission. It's the latest example, the agency backtracking from its own guidance. The agency says the guidance that went up on Friday and largely went without notice until Sunday should not have been posted because it was an early draft they hadn't been approved evidence that the virus floats in the air has. been mounting for months with an increasingly loud chorus of Aerosol Biologists pointing to super spreading events in choirs at churches on buses in bars, and another poorly ventilated spaces. They cheered when the CDC seem to join them in green the coronavirus airborne although CDC officials maintain Fridays post was a mistake Democratic lawmakers on Capitol Hill are incredulous and promised subpoenas an investigation to figure out what's really going on behind the scenes. This change on the website on Monday is the third time that trump's CDC has posted significant coronavirus guidance only to quickly reverse stance. It's also the latest disorienting turn in a significant scientific debate with enormous public consequences for how we returned to schools and offices the debate over whether the extreme infectiousness tenacity of the virus is due to its ability to spread well over six feet especially indoors and small particles that result from talking shouting singing you're just breathing many experts outside the agency say the pathogen can waft over considerably longer distances than six feet to be inhaled into our respiratory systems especially, if we're indoors and air flow conditions or stagnant. What's clear from such cases is that while the virus Shirley spreads slowly in households among family members, it also spreads rapidly at indoor events. The bring lots of folks together. Meanwhile against that backdrop, an NIH press staffer is being pushed out after being exposed as a secret anti. Mask Blogger, William crews, a public affairs specialist at the National Institute. Of Allergy, and Infectious Diseases told officials that he will retire after the daily beast revealed yesterday that he's the managing editor of the far right website red state were under the pseudonym strife. He is ridiculed the government's activity in response to the coronavirus outbreak a job that he does from the inside. It seems based on time that things were posted that he was doing a lot of this writing during work hours the daily beast reports that cruise under his pending called Tony, Ouchi, his boss, a quote mask Nazi and implied that quote government is responsible for the pandemic response should be. executed. Articles include one calling the Democratic governor of Nevada. A mask fetishists after trump finance would hold an indoor rally in defiance of that state's covid restrictions. And the White House has also again move to shake up the personnel office at the Department of Health and Human Services. After a series of IMBROGLIOS, the trump administration yesterday removed its top two liaisons between the White House and the Health Department Emily Newman and her deputy. Catherine GRANATO will be shifted work fulltime at the Voice of America. Newman already has spent more than three months detailed to the global media agency as its chief of staff which politico reports has meant that Grenada who was literally an undergraduate at the University of Michigan this Spring and is in her early twenties has been in charge of the entire health departments personnel policy amid pandemic that has killed more than two hundred thousand. Americans. In Reminder, the personnel is policy. There are new indications that America cannot fix. It's ninety five facemask shortage, and we have a story today that sites several experts agreeing that the trump administration's mismanagement and incompetence are the major reasons why? And the numbers themselves are still really bad a third of states or seeing new case numbers that are at least seventy, five percent of their peak infection numbers. The most recent ten thousand American deaths were added in just the last nine days three fewer days than the ten thousand deaths that preceded those. On a positive note, fewer of those infected with the virus or dying than earlier in the pandemic, and that's great news. But the ongoing addition of new cases means an ongoing edition of new deaths and cases keeping at it.

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Native people pay tribute to Supreme Court Justice

Native America Calling

03:57 min | 11 months ago

Native people pay tribute to Supreme Court Justice

"This is national. Native, News Antonio Gonzales Native People Are Among those remembering Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader GINSBURG. Who Died Friday representative deb Haaland paid respects to Ginsburg Sunday streaming live video outside the High Court where people are leaving messages and flowers are I felt it was important that I come down to the Supreme Court this evening when I got back to Washington DC. and. What a wonderful display of love and respect for Justice Ginsburg the notorious RPG, the smell of flowers is everywhere. It's just It's just beautiful he lo- River Indian community governor Steven Rayle Lewis in virtual. Get out the vote and Census Rally Saturday pay tribute to Ginsburg calling her a trailblazer. The Arizona tribal leader also expressed the importance of the Supreme Court on Indian country issues forty four days before the next election. The passing of Justice Ginsburg. Exemplifies just why this election is shaping up to be the election of a lifetime. The election of all of our lifetimes EV- action isn't taken prior to this Alexa. The next president will decide the next justice of the Supreme Court. For tribes for Indian country, the appointment of a judge or justice. Can Be the difference between decisions affirm. Trust and tree obligated. Like the recently decided mcgirt decision that upheld tribal jurisdiction over tribal homelands. Or decisions. That Roll Back hard-fought statutes that have been under a tough despite Ginsberg's mixed record on federal Indian Law Cases Tribal Leaders, native attorneys and others in Indian country. See Her as a champion and flooded social media with tributes. A tribal court has halted hemp cultivation on the Navajo nation the shiprock New Mexico District Court last week issued a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction to stop defendant denied Bonaly hemp production. Immediately, the rulings on behalf of the Navajo Nation Government and citizens. They alleged disharmony and the surrounding communities problems with worker camps and damage to the environment. The Navajo Nation Claims Bonaly farm is illegal without approval from the tribe or the federal government protests have been held in recent weeks with people raising safety concerns about hemp farming bonaly reportedly did not testify at the hearing last week the Navajo Times reports after the court hearing local radio stations discussed the hemp. And Bonaly, supporters came to his defense. Now Hope Police are clearing the farms telling workers to leave the area. Meanwhile. Dr Anthony Fauci US health praised the Navajo nation during a virtual town hall Monday for its declining positive cases of covid nineteen. Th Ouchi says the tribes are model for the rest of the United States reason you should be. Proud. Of what you've accomplished is then you have proven. That when you do these public health meshes. You can turn around. A series surge of infection. And I believe if the rest of the country. Looks at the model that the Navajo nation has shown that you can turn things around. By carefully and a city Asli. Adhering to the guidelines of avoiding infection. That we may see this happened throughout the country the tribe has been hit hard by Cova nineteen, but has seen a decrease in numbers after following months of strict emergency orders I Antonio's

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Fauci says a coronavirus vaccine is 'unlikely' by U.S. election

AP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 11 months ago

Fauci says a coronavirus vaccine is 'unlikely' by U.S. election

"As President Trump continues insisting a Corona virus vaccine maybe ready by Election Day, Dr Anthony Fauci says he's sticking with his own projection. Ouchi says he's looking at early next year. One could be ready sooner. But, um, it's unlikely vouches comments on CBS this morning came after AstraZeneca put its late stage vaccine study on hold because of participant in Britain fell ill. Ouchi says it's routine to Paul's studies because of side effects, and Dr O'Shea's Giada grieves. This happens, telling NBC's today show It's unclear exactly what happened to the participant or how seriously illnesses but we've got to sort this out before we move forward, says he's hopeful it's just a one off and not an indication of a more serious problem with the vaccine

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"ouchi" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"ouchi" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"WHO's a fan of? Clerk exile on their show and let him defend it. Excite you having a guy not defend it. Who doesn't like it. What's The problem with which by the way they don't want to be challenged. And in the problem with Ouchi is look here's a guy who's dedicated his entire life to public service. I get that and he's obviously he's he's at heroic status. I mean, you know to throw out the first pitch of the baseball season if you're at a pop culture wonder con but at the same time, there's are certain things that he can't say or that he won't say and that's human nature grant say certain things he's you know whatever age she is he's not about to go out guns blazing he's. Already shown that and I agree, why can't I have somebody who led us study and let's talk about the study. Let's talk about how many people in the study let's do something like a discussion you and I have withdrew we'll get astro. Okay. Here's a peer reviewed article for instance that's based on a study who was in the study, how many people? What did they test what were the control factors and just so that you can get educated I don't need to hear I, don't know do you need to hear The the rant is one thing I get it. But I'd like to try to elevate the discussion. So I understand it I wanted to hear basis yesterday when they asked about there was something that was fascinating to me about third party sellers that originally Amazon did its own thing and now all the third party sellers who go on Amazon or trying to sell their stuff Amazon will then supposedly the knock is that they knock them off. They'll do a an Amazon product and undercut their pricing. Whatever discussion about that is that good is that bad? I'll have that discussion bar I'll give you another example bar. I watched that I wanted somebody to cross examine the weeds don't just have bromide versus bromide meaning. Okay. He's GonNa say we got to protect a property will does that mean you got to knock in heads or? About the weather, an irritant is tear gas or whether it's pepper baller whether it's a caustic agent I mean if you get lost in the nonsense, why not tried it least get down the road you know..

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"ouchi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"ouchi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"They're on WNBC and remember when getting into fights about politics was one of the biggest stressors about going home and visiting your parents. But at least you could say it's not life or death. It's just Thanksgiving. Well at a global pandemic to the mix. Have the media and the president politicize it. And presto, you're family fights about politics have just tipped over into lethal territory. We want to do a call in about family life in the time of cove it especially for those adult Children. Move decided to move back to your childhood homes, either by choice or necessity for an extended period of time right now, how's it going? 646435 70 to 80. Maybe it's because you needed to get out of the city and your parents live in the burbs or you lost your job. And you couldn't pay rent anymore. Or your college, which to remote learning. Or maybe you're there to take care of a sick parent. Because their caretaker had to stop working when the virus hit. I know it could be any of those situations or others. But did the corona virus cause you two move to your childhood home for an extended period of time recently? And how has that been working out? 646435 70 to 86 46435 70 to 80. Have you been getting into arguments about Corona virus Best practices. No, there's an expression increasingly common. There's a trump enough Ouchi and every relationship. Have you heard that one who strict about masks and social distancing? And everything and one person who rolls their eyes. So a trumpet if Ouchi and every relationship is that a conflict that's coming up for you and your family in some way, 646435 70 to 80. Or maybe you're the parent. And your adult kid has come to stay. How are you coping? Is it nice to have the family back together again?.

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"ouchi" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"ouchi" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"When it comes to virus transmission, look at the data and and look at all the different studies. Are we catching this from large droplets, micro droplets or surfaces? Medicine does not have and they say it's all of them. Yeah, but is it 90%? 5%? 5%? 50 50? No, I had no idea. So we're making policy and all these decisions and yelling at each other and people have even gotten shot over fights over masking and Making all these decisions. And yet, they don't know. Is it is it spread through air conditioning systems. There are basic questions. They simply cannot answer. But there's this certainty on this forcefulness would do what we say. And what they say changes all the time. And what does that change is not just based upon What's happening in the country with coconut here to change based upon what the political needs are of the moment, and that's why I mean they have. I'm sorry, Ouchi and the rest of them have just obliterated their credibility. Because they were telling us that there was no. Not only were they in some cases justifying the protests, while the Koven, 19 was still out there and spreading But in some cases they should just have been called upon found she should have given, you know, a press conference or stable. He's like I don't It doesn't matter how important you think your cause is People are gonna die. If you keep doing these protests, the unwillingness of the public health community to do that. Has destroyed their objective credibility on this issue destroyed it. That's a rational response to their politicization. It's not. We believe in the voyeurs viruses, the host. That's not what anyone's saying. But they're they're demands on Austin on our freedom and our live Aries. That is questionable when they're willing to change the guidance that they say is about saving our lives based on what the latest left wing virtue signaling mob fad.

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"ouchi" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"ouchi" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"See her torching. No urgent urchin. You are urgent. I got to get to the urgently. No, no, no. I Don t different things because I call it right now. No, I'd love to the urgent. I feel like a covering dim in their see urge chant. Oh, you were saying I get the urgent? Yes, he don't like getting to the like to be there on my, Nah, I need to. My time, yes. Okay. I thought you were covering for second. That makes sense. I don't like see urgent. No. Yeah. You just miss some worse. Things are prickly to that'll that'll that'll get in your when when when a when a healthy live sear too, when you step on one of those bad boys that that's good, I get you. There are a lot of things in the sea that'll sting like you'd think a tarantula hawk sucks their things in the sea that piss on a bullet and sting. Okay, we'll get you on their shit that will fuck you up. Look at you just leave them in the sun. It kills them all the fucking spiteful of kids collect the weird shells, the dead at all those. That's a whole stuff that out how? Yeah, Ouchi when I was when I was scuba diving in Tahiti, the guy says, follows me and I go, where in this down little area and he he, he starts sh- moving the rocks man and a stone fish. All those are get Gye. Those will get you. Yeah, you can die from those. That's not a good time. And by the way, that's the look like, try seeing those in coral, you won't. You won't. People step on them yet. See it. No, just some current events. Gin. You see your habe. Have you heard about people put in natural superfoods in their coffee, a mushroom based drink that you just you mix in your coffee. I know you do it on a daily yet because I, I like energy longevity, help us live focus, Yarbrough all that stuff..

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"ouchi" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"ouchi" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Check engine light goes off in your car there will be repercussions eventually if you do that long enough you think about this we teach our kids not to run into the street because they don't understand the long term repercussions of running out in front of a bus might my six year old he he doesn't quite fully understand the fact that hey if i dive into the pool if i dive into the shallow end of the pool he thinks ouchi he doesn't understand the long term repercussions that that's going to have a few breaks his neck you know he doesn't understand these things as a parent i have to be the one to tell him listen there are long term repercussions and here's what you do and here's what you don't do in their disciplinary actions if you do the wrong things well that that conversation when it comes to health and health care that was never had with most people that was never had with you when you were a kid no one just sat you down and said hey we don't treat the symptoms we don't just cover up the problems look we look for the cause we remove the interference we let the body heal because it's designed for health not for sickness this is just not a typical american midwest conversation in the twenty first century it's just not you know we're not talking a lot about the fact that the body is brilliant that it's a perfect design that it needs no help just no interference it's just not a conversation that we have we now believe that we can play god we can play doctor in that we can know more about the body then the body knows about itself listen the greatest doctor in the world lives right inside of you it's the greatest doctor it's the greatest pharmacy is the greatest hospital it's right inside of.

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"ouchi" Discussed on In Our Time

In Our Time

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"ouchi" Discussed on In Our Time

"You know you really have to have to get your your tangoing round some of those names anyway and if the goodyear got rosen so often who's presented as some as head of the of the princess of of britain so britain is seen as one as unified offer helps him and eventually with the with the have perfect think it's six or seven of office men then kill finds a spot in the giant the man of course who go with him it is against his quite similar to jason and the argonauts for example to that theme the man who go with him are people who have special attributes such as please stop twist if he can hear very well such as good at quast ouchi thought go to the interpreter of of tongues and he can talk to all the animals that cetera so anyway they go to without dennis without and said you may you may marry my daughter but these are forty tasks you must you must complete and eventually he completes all these tasks and killer gets his girl but of course the exciting bit are the tusks and a lot of the tasks at to do with hunting the took truth the wild boar and behind the wild bose ears there's a comb and scissors and shears and spot in once these that you can trim his beard and his hair for the night of the wedding and eventually the took the wild boar is chased from island all along south wales with all these places halima saying coming into view you can actually follow the talk truths route world war well do you know what that is one emission of mine is to have a long walk like office night coming from north to south and the wild boar from from that from west to east part of the wild walk has been has been opened part of that but anyway so they eventually get the wild ball but it's it's it's a it's a tale that's full of magic and a student saying suspend suspension of disbelief and it's very it's very performance orientated and very vocal hewlett back to your christianity had been in wales since the romans.

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"ouchi" Discussed on Embedded

Embedded

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"ouchi" Discussed on Embedded

"More than the vegetation or crops can use in the rains wash this extra phosphorus away gets into the water and just increases the fos first level and kills off the fish and you get the horse nut algae in the water that's gross long stringy ouchi i mean it's you know have you ever actually seen the quote unquote horse snot algae joe what she's talking about yeah it's just like slime and you know these algae blooms they start getting bad and then they get really bad really fast and in some cases the state has advised people not to swim in the lakes and streams all right that's what involvements lists say spreading chicken waste on fields does to the river remember there's also what water from arkansas wastewater treatment plants does to the river yes oklahoma has had a long history of fighting with arkansas dealing with this arkansas waste problem and the first issue was the wastewater treatment issue and trying to get arkansas to comply with oklahoma's water quality standards the number ninety twelve sixty two arkansas versus oklahoma and that was a case it went all the way to the supreme court mr chief justice may a police the court this is a lawyer for the state of oklahoma oklahoma asked you to recognize the special protection federal law provides for very special living creatures outstanding it held it an upstream state does have to comply with the downstream states water quality standards.

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Desi Linden becomes first American woman to win Boston Marathon in 33 years

Jeffrey Kuhner

02:34 min | 3 years ago

Desi Linden becomes first American woman to win Boston Marathon in 33 years

"Win the ball we've got an update for you right now it's thirty three years and this woman is one the boston marathon she took the women's race with a ton of two hours thirty nine minutes and fifty three seconds now i don't know why marathon or or any of the the five ks all these races we see you don't factor rain into the equation i mean that this had to make it a significant obviously a significantly tougher day i mean we do in kentucky derbies in the like but we can't do it here in two hours thirty nine minutes and fifty three seconds for the first time in thirty three years an american is one of the boston marathon again hats off to desharnais linden taking the women's race on a rainy monday today i'm looking at the photo of her hitting the the finish line and i got to tell you the truth she didn't even look winded it's kind of disturbing jared you ever done any you you've ever done any i can't think of anything that i can i don't know that there's one thing that i can do for two hours thirty nine minutes and fifty three seconds i basically binge watched net flicks that's about as much as i get the that's where i was going to go forty minute range but you know it's the trump effect make america great again here we go it's already happening yes she might have been galvanized by that very thought process you know it's funny you should say bingewatching ebbs toyed with that i've got my avengers infinity war next week i'm a big fan of those and much as i love those i always look and i'm like two hours twenty five minutes like does it have to go that long so to look at two hours thirty nine minutes fifty three seconds clearly she was ready for this a yukiko ouchi is the men's winner of japan the men's division two hours fifteen minutes fifty three seconds and they do stop down to know hats off in the sense that able to overcome some some daunting conditions to win and that sure as hell should be pointed out on a day like today yeah it is absolutely gross out there it's cold just oh i wasn't even factoring in temperature i mean it was enough for the the.

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"ouchi" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"ouchi" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"And then every time i go somewhere to watch a ufc fight to to be fighting arabize in there and their tap ouchi shirts everybody's in their acting like they should be in the ought to gone at which point i said you know what this is no longer for me how needs to be out here in the street to these guys know all sorts of chokehold in various other moves that they want practice won't be when i'm out with the french on a have gets up so i've sort of checked out of that however conor mcgregor and floyd mayweather it's something that brings the fan like me to the table august twenty six in vegas twelve around boxing matthew turnouts glut which means is not going to be a gimmickry outside of the fact that you've got a guy who is a former ufc fighter inflammation whether one of the best part of his time i can see the interest level for me on this is higher than i thought it was going to be mainly because there's the obvious question is there really any chance that this happens conor mcgregor likes to talk loud floyd mayweather lexa talk loud but the actual science of the fighting for a guy who's a stand up boxer to go against the guy who's used to taking people to ground if he needs to flow weird vegas pretty much says there's no chance most casual fans you talk to will say a now really i was talking to him about his last night.

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