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Dangerous lake-effect snow paralyzes parts of New York state

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

Dangerous lake-effect snow paralyzes parts of New York state

"Residents of northern New York State digging out Saturday morning from a dangerous Lake effect storm that had dropped more than 6 feet of snow in some areas and caused several deaths National weather service meteorologist Zach Taylor says the buffalo area is being hit the hardest with the highest snow totals in Orchard park 77 inches and that is storm total so far Other areas around buffalo have ranged anywhere from 20 to over 40 inches but there's quite a bit of areas on the south side of town that have seen anywhere from 40 to 60 inches of snow And he says it's not over yet This evening and through early next week we're expecting another round of Lake effect snow The NFL moving the Buffalo Bills Sunday home game against the Cleveland Browns to Detroit I'm Julie Walker

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"paralysis" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

04:28 min | Last week

"paralysis" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"Like the more you can like, okay, I would like to invest a significant amount of my budget in this area of the business if that makes sense. And so there are definitely for the different aspects of data collection. So some data collection is, hey, I just want to know how many people are coming to the site. I want to know what pages they're clicking on. And so forth and so on. And that's pretty simple and straightforward. And there's some platform for that. And a lot of ecommerce platforms have that built in, like, Shopify has excellent analytics built into the platform. So you don't even have to install anything else or go anywhere else to get that information. So for things like I'll use email marketing as an example. So once you've kind of gone off platform, so Shopify is technically has email marketing. I feel like obligation to say that. But a lot of people use third party email marketing platforms to market even to the Shopify customers or just if they're not using Shopify. So with email marketing platforms, they also have built in analytics. So if you're a question is, hey, how are my customers interacting with email? That's when you have to ask yourself, okay, let's get out of the Google or the Gmail or the Yahoo or the hotmail or whatever. And use a platform that is capable of capturing this information. So there are suites that do all of those things. So Google Analytics will also capture email information, but you know, it's part of that fire hose feed that's coming out. And so I think that you can get a lot more tailored analytics from platforms that do one part of that. So you can get email analytics and opens and the behavior associated with that from an email marketing platform. You can get social analytics from a social platform. And a lot of those are free. I mean, say what you will about meta, but they're analytics are robust. And they're free. So for every kind of need or every question that you have from a data perspective, there are usually free tools available that will do one part

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"paralysis" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

04:28 min | Last week

"paralysis" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"Like the more you can like, okay, I would like to invest a significant amount of my budget in this area of the business if that makes sense. And so there are definitely for the different aspects of data collection. So some data collection is, hey, I just want to know how many people are coming to the site. I want to know what pages they're clicking on. And so forth and so on. And that's pretty simple and straightforward. And there's some platform for that. And a lot of ecommerce platforms have that built in, like, Shopify has excellent analytics built into the platform. So you don't even have to install anything else or go anywhere else to get that information. So for things like I'll use email marketing as an example. So once you've kind of gone off platform, so Shopify is technically has email marketing. I feel like obligation to say that. But a lot of people use third party email marketing platforms to market even to the Shopify customers or just if they're not using Shopify. So with email marketing platforms, they also have built in analytics. So if you're a question is, hey, how are my customers interacting with email? That's when you have to ask yourself, okay, let's get out of the Google or the Gmail or the Yahoo or the hotmail or whatever. And use a platform that is capable of capturing this information. So there are suites that do all of those things. So Google Analytics will also capture email information, but you know, it's part of that fire hose feed that's coming out. And so I think that you can get a lot more tailored analytics from platforms that do one part of that. So you can get email analytics and opens and the behavior associated with that from an email marketing platform. You can get social analytics from a social platform. And a lot of those are free. I mean, say what you will about meta, but they're analytics are robust. And they're free. So for every kind of need or every question that you have from a data perspective, there are usually free tools available that will do one part

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Justin Bieber Not-So-Shockingly Quits His Tour

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:43 min | Last month

Justin Bieber Not-So-Shockingly Quits His Tour

"Today Justin Bieber exactly one month after announcing he was taking a break from his justice world tour to focus on his health, he revealed that he really can't see resuming it for at least 6 months. The tour was set to end in late March 2023 in Poland, now it seems that's the earliest it might resume. The announcement posted to social media indicates that the justice world tour ended with rock and Rio, which you know he September was the last time he performed. This tour has been postponed 5 times COVID, then he had the in June of 2022. He was battling Ramsay hunt syndrome, which gave him the facial paralysis. Beaver said, I gave everything I have, but it took a real toll on me. Really? What are you fucking 25, 28? Jesus Christ. You should be doing all night. No sleep. Don't miss out. Just cancel the tour. His career is over. I hinted at this weeks ago. The kid got famous with teeny boppers and shopping malls, then they graduated the teenagers in arenas, and now as I said a month or so ago, do you know a 30 year old woman who wants to see Justin Bieber saying? Of course you don't. Do you think he wants to sink to 16 year olds? No. So he hates singing to young girls in Asia and South America or he's not connecting to whatever crowd he sees staring back at him now. Or really more than likely the ticket sales suck and he's depressed, singing to empty seats.

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How Ryan Shazier's Mom Protected His Mindset in Hospital

The Ed Mylett Show

01:33 min | 2 months ago

How Ryan Shazier's Mom Protected His Mindset in Hospital

"That's where I want to go next is your parents. So I'm reading in your book, and by the way, you guys got to get this book. Let me just tell you. Just remember this walking miracle. Perfect title, by the way. But is it true your mom would sit outside your hospital room brother? And would make sure nobody cried when they'd come in to see you because she wanted to protect your mindset. Because I think everything in life is mindset, right? I'm going to go to your dad in a minute, but your mom, my understanding, what she would sit outside your hospital room. I think I said hotel room. Hospital room. And she would basically make sure before people don't you go in there and cry in front of him. Don't you hurt his mindset, don't you make him feel down? That's true, right? No, it's very true. The thing is, I didn't know this until later on. Everybody would come in and just be like, in a good mood, obviously most people, whenever you hung out with me, you're in a good mood. I like to joke around like a laugh. Everybody would be in a good mood, everybody would never really talk about my injury there. There's always talk about this, like, all right, when this happens, when that happens, I talk about a team, but then my parents and my wife told me like, didn't let anybody in there that didn't believe in what I believe in. So if you came in to visit me and you felt like I wasn't going to walk again, you weren't coming to that room. Wow. See, listen, everyone. This is that thing about who you're around and who you let infiltrate your mind and your spirit and your space. That's the ultimate version of this. I love what you just said. If you didn't think I was going to walk again, you don't get to come around. Like, and by the way, you don't think my dream is going to happen. You don't get to come around. You don't want to support me when I'm doing. You don't get to come around me anymore. This is how you protect your dream. That's how you protect your mind. So you protect your thinking.

Ryan Shazier Believes a Positive Mindset Is the Key to Success

The Ed Mylett Show

02:33 min | 2 months ago

Ryan Shazier Believes a Positive Mindset Is the Key to Success

"Just want you all picture this. You're one of the top athletes in the world, playing for one of the most storied franchises in the world. And in one second, you are now a couple of weeks later going your 80% chance you're not going to walk clotting, throwing up, hitting your head, I mean, imagine what that does to your mindset, yet brother. You end up coming back and walking across the stage, not that long after this, to announce the draft pick for the freaking steelers. Take me from the moments when you were your lowest then to walking again. First you were using a walker or the crutches thing all the way up to walking up for the draft pick, but what was it? Was it your mindset? I think a lot of times people watch pro athletes say, all right, and even I do this, and a lot of them would become friends of mine. I'm like, well, he's physically just gifted. Not everybody is 6 three two 40 and runs a four 5 40, right? So they got a lot of blessing. But I think what is discounted is mental toughness. Is overcome an adversity, right? How did you get from there, throwing up, hitting your head, clots, you're not going to walk 80% to now in your life, you're got an agency, you've got other businesses. You've got all this stuff. What was the mental process like for you during those really hard weeks? So I love how you said that. So I like to use two people and these two people are good friends and moss. And then obviously everybody gonna say this about that, but they're not the most athletic guys. They're not the most gifted guys, but they're the two best in the world right now. Okay. Right. And Aaron Donald and TJ watt. So both of them are tremendously blessed. I'm not going to lie. They're both tremendously blessed. But air is not the strongest guy. He's not the fastest guy. He's not the biggest guy. You know what I'm saying? Definitely not the tallest guy. He's definitely got a tallest guy. But he out wheels everybody. Literally out wheels everybody. And then TJ is the same way. If you really look at TJ and his brother, his brother is the one that's the really big one. The bigger one. Of two super physically gifted dudes, but he's the mut of the two of them for sure. Right, right. And you know, TJ, he's super athletic, but he, you know, he had two ACL tears when he was in college, you know, and he just literally just out hustles everybody. And so like when I think of about me and how I made it to the NFL is just like literally my whole life, people told me I couldn't do something. So it was just like, my whole life, I was like, I don't care what you say, I'm going to do this. Like, I'm going to do this. And then I'm really positive with everything I do. I tell people all the time, I don't know anybody that's successful. And then believe in themselves.

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Ryan Shazier Relives the Tackle That Left Him Paralyzed

The Ed Mylett Show

02:57 min | 2 months ago

Ryan Shazier Relives the Tackle That Left Him Paralyzed

"This situation, I never thought about like, hey, how am I going to tackle anybody? I always was like, I'm going to hit them and you know, they fall how they make. You know, so in this situation I try to put my head across and actually avoid hitting it with my head and when this happened, he was running a little bit faster than I thought he was. And when I put my head out, my head here is acting to his hip and cause me to fracture my very worrying about. What did it feel like? You're now one minute you're the best player. I'm a brag for you, but you're the leader in the on your defense. You're the best player on the field. You're having the best game on the field. And a second later, you're on your back. Can you not move at all? And are you starting to go, oh, something major just happened here? Yeah, so in that moment, I was pretty much paralyzed from the waist down. And in my head, I was thinking more of like, oh, this is a stinker. So people that playing football before a stinger is if you talk with somebody, you hit them with your shoulder, your shoulder feels numb. And it's like almost burning like a stinging sensation. That's why it's called a stinger. But it's like, no, but eventually comes back, like most football players had to spend before. So I thought it was like, all right, I'm having somewhere like a stinger, but just for my legs. You know, so I was thinking that at first and I was kind of into now. And then they came and started poking on my legs. And when they were poking on my legs, I really couldn't feel anything. And I was like, are you like, do you feel that? I'm like, you're not touching me. You know? So it kind of scared me. And then they put me on the cover on the gurney and then into the ambulance. And my daughter was with me the whole time, and I just kept asking the questions. I'm like, how long am I gonna be hurt? Would I be playing again? Would I be ready in, you know, for Christmas because I remember that we were playing the Houston Texas and Christmas and I was in my family like my wife's family from Texas. So I was really looking forward to that game. So it was like a lot of the stuff going on and I kept asking questions about like, when am I going to be okay? Am I going to be okay? Am I going to be okay? And it was more like, am I going to be okay? I'm not going to walk again. It's more like, all right, how soon do you think I'm going to be able to play football game? Because now me actually not Ryan, even with your teammates around you because I was watching that game. It was Monday Night Football. I could recall, was not. It was Monday Night Football game. Yeah, it was. Yeah. I was watching the game and you could tell by the announcers. When they came back from commercial, like, oh no. And then the guys on your team were around you. And you could see some of them praying. And I saw some of them talking to you. And I remember my heart rate's changing right now. I'm not kidding you actually remembering this. And it's not even me. It was you. But you're saying even in that moment, you're not thinking, nah, I'm not going to walk again. You're thinking, I got to get back to the Texans game, even in that moment. Because I was just like, I'm pretty glad I knew in my head that I'm hurt pretty bad, but I'm like, all right. I'm gonna figure this out. I'm probably gonna be back in like two, three weeks,

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Justin Bieber Cancels Remaining Tour Dates to Prioritize Health(?)

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:27 min | 2 months ago

Justin Bieber Cancels Remaining Tour Dates to Prioritize Health(?)

"Justin Bieber up and cancels his world tour. The other day he said he needed to make his health a priority, he posted that he was going to go take a break from touring and, you know, I read that it just didn't hit me right. You know, he resumed this world tour in late July after it was postponed a bunch of times, member it back in 2021, he suffered from Ramsay hunt syndrome and that facial paralysis it caused now this is the 5th time that Justin Bieber has had to pause or postpone his 130 date tour. It was bumped from 20 to 2021, then to 2022 because of COVID and earlier this year had to be respond again when he got COVID and then again in June because of the Ramsay hunt syndrome. And now again, and there is 70 days left to go until March of 2023. It just all doesn't sound right to me guys. It could be because of poor ticket sales. You know, people say, look, the kid's been touring since he's 12 years old. He's tired. That could be true, too. But I'm leaning toward the fact that he's a very depressed kid, and I don't think his marriage is doing well. Both he and his wife have had these weird health scares that don't really come with real dominantly come to people in such a young age,

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Polio in US, UK and Israel reveals rare risk of oral vaccine

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 3 months ago

Polio in US, UK and Israel reveals rare risk of oral vaccine

"Poliovirus is recently found in New York Jerusalem and London were mutated versions of viruses that first originated in vaccines meant to stamp out the disease However rare scientists have long known that the oral vaccine made with the live virus can spread polio We are not going to eliminate polio from this world until we stop using the world polio vaccine Doctor Paul offit director of the vaccine education center at the children's hospital of Philadelphia says here in the U.S. we no longer give the oral vaccine with the live virus but the injectable containing the killed virus however in other parts of the world like poorer countries Much easier said than done because it's an expensive thing to do And it requires the kind of paramedical personnel that can give a shot In New York and unvaccinated young adults suffered paralysis in his legs after being infected with polio Doctor offit stresses everyone should be getting the injectable polio vaccine to keep themselves protected I'm Julie Walker

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The Two Things That Happened in the Post-Trump Years...

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 3 months ago

The Two Things That Happened in the Post-Trump Years...

"Two things that happened in the last in the post Trump years, which I'm curious to hear your thoughts about, which is before Trump and still to some extent to this day, declaring someone to be a racist was enough to read them out of polite society. And frankly, that's not incorrect. If someone is advocating for things like slavery or segregation or like that, I think that's a nonstarter, I think the vast majority of Americans of both political parties. When Trump came in and they were calling him every name under the book, including literally Hitler figuratively Hitler. And the Antichrist that mechanism ceased to be effective, but they stopped using that tool. They continues that to excuse me. And now it's become a point where it's like, wow, wow, wait, wait. For conservatives, I think, how have we let you for years just accused us of advocating for genocide and just you know, you're in the biggest talk show host, you're on the Karen mothership the view, we're just going to sit here and just be like, we disagree. Disagreeing is like, you know, you could disagree about tax policy and so forth to accuse someone of advocating for an extermination of a race. I think it's a whole other thing. And you can also totally, sorry, go ahead. That was it. Your thoughts, please. No, I mean first of all, just how dumb do you have to be to just not hold on a second? I'm going to say something on air. Would a 5000 person event with desantis and Trump really let Nazis in? Like, come on, I mean, that's the dumbest thing I've ever heard. That's actually how they view the world, though. They're like, oh, they must have let them in. As if that there is not standards in the conservative movement between, I don't know, Nazis, like, hello. I mean, you think that that would even be remotely tolerated. But yes, I mean, I call this the weaponized name calling. They used to be able to get conservatives to go into a place of paralysis by just calling us racist bigot homophobic misogynistic xenophobic. And that just doesn't really work anymore at all. And now all of a sudden conservatives thinks the Trump and my personal opinion have more of a backbone and are willing to fight and are willing to punch back twice as hard.

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All They Have Left Is Brute Force...

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:15 min | 4 months ago

All They Have Left Is Brute Force...

"Left's name calling strategy against us has weakened significantly where they're able to control us to the paralysis of name calling that all they have left is brute force. We did that podcast on June 7th on June 8th, Joe Biden, remember joked about sending his political opponents to jail, play cut 30. I understand their argument, but also it's like you're playing monopoly with somebody who, you know, won't pass go and won't follow any of the rules and how do you ever make any progress if they're not following the rules. They've got to send them to jail. Yeah, send them to jail, everyone applauds. Make no mistake. There's reports that show White House staffers. Joe Biden White House staffers erupted in applause when they heard that Donald Trump's home was raided. They want us in jail. They hate you so badly. They hate me. They hate you. They hate Trump. They want people in leg irons, handcuffs, floggings. That is what they want. They dream of it. They fantasize of it.

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Polio fears rise in New York amid possible community spread

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Polio fears rise in New York amid possible community spread

"New York State health officials are upping their call for residents to get vaccinated against polio citing evidence of community spread They're describing it as the tip of the iceberg in a statement New York health commissioner doctor Mary Bassett warns residents that for every one case of paralytic polio observed there may be hundreds of other people infected The polio virus has now been found in wastewater samples in both rockland and orange counties both known as centers of vaccine resistance fast it is urging the community to get it to keep from suffering the fate of an unvaccinated young adult who developed paralysis The first person known to be infected with polio in the U.S. in nearly a decade Doctor Jennifer nuzzo is an epidemiologist with Brown university This is not the first vaccine preventable illness we've actually seen in rockland county and just before the pandemic there was a very large measles outbreak in brocklin county Also due to low vaccine coverage Infected people could have no symptoms but still transmit the polio virus which can cause paralysis and even death I'm Jennifer King

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New York reports 1st US polio case in nearly a decade

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

New York reports 1st US polio case in nearly a decade

"New York is reporting the first case of polio in the U.S. in nearly a decade State health officials say an unvaccinated young adult from a New York City suburb had developed paralysis Polio symptoms developed a month ago Doctor Jennifer nuzzo is at Brown university This isn't normal We don't want to see this And it's really a consequence of low vaccine coverage or lower than we'd like to see vaccine coverage The person is no longer deemed contagious Doctor nuzzo says if you're vaccinated against polio don't worry But in communities where vaccine coverage is low then we do worry about spread Vaccination clinics have been scheduled in New York polio was once one of the nation's most feared diseases mostly affecting children because of vaccines it was declared eliminated in the U.S. in 1979 I'm Ed

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The Effectiveness of Opporation Warp Speed

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:51 min | 4 months ago

The Effectiveness of Opporation Warp Speed

"In Yuval D, we saw paralysis on the part I think 400 law enforcement officers. Yeah. And in the COVID years, and that paralysis resulted in massive loss of life and tragedy. And maybe some of the couldn't have been prevented, but certainly the response, the paralyzed inability to act. Led to the death of children who died from bleeding out and teachers who died from bleeding out. The paralysis at the public health level and at the public education level led to terrible consequences, and I think that's what you're referring to is that group think will kill things. If we're not careful of it, but it saved a lot of lives and getting operation warp speed. I firmly believe the vaccine is very good for the world and China is still struggling because it's not vaccinated with effective vaccines. But we aren't. So where do we land on this? Well, I think operational work speed struck me as kind of the last gasp of a World War II style operation in the American government. In part, because president Trump, just born in 1946, heard heroic tales of World War II admired American generals in World War II. We just had this sort of view of what he had thought World War II was. And one of the things that the United States did to win World War II was we had this enormous industrial capacity, which we expanded. And we weren't too careful about efficiency. We just threw money at the problem. And that's what operation warp speed did. They knew a lot of the money would not turn out. They funded multiple research projects at a single time.

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More Disappointing News From the Uvalde Police Unfolds

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:59 min | 4 months ago

More Disappointing News From the Uvalde Police Unfolds

"As we have learned in the recent report, what happened and you've all day is not just unacceptable, it's one of the great moral injustices of modern times. Breaking report nearly 400 local state and federal officers waited outside Yuval day school as gunmen targeted children. 400. There were nearly 400 officers on the scene as the gunman massacred children and teachers for 73 minutes. They were a 149 border patrol agents, 91 state police, 25 uvalde police, and 16 members of the Yuval the sheriff's police and 5 members of the school district. Four hundred people. That stood and largely did nothing for 73 minutes. Bureaucratic paralysis. It makes me think as if that is the direction the rulers and the elites are getting us closer to.

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Exposing 'Woke Capital' and ESG With Vivek Ramaswamy

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | 4 months ago

Exposing 'Woke Capital' and ESG With Vivek Ramaswamy

"I mean, people can be very nasty brutish and short to one another, and that can in fact corporate America as well. And something I want to explore with you with this new dogma is what do we go about doing to solve this because it seems as if we're stuck in this paralysis while we don't like government and we don't like corporations so then what do we what do we do to actually go about making this issue or mitigate this issue? I guess you could say, but I just want to reemphasize this though, which is the wokes. They've always cared about power. That is the post modernist philosophical construct. They only care about power dynamics. And someone 20 years ago either intentionally unintentionally realized they said, oh my goodness, the corporations are actually more powerful than the federal bureaucracy. So if we can infiltrate and take over the corporations, it's running the whole country. And it's one thing to take over the FBI and the CIA. We're going to keep on doing that. But to take over Google, to take over Goldman Sachs, now we really can make American our image. Yeah, so look, I think that the issue here is that you have this waterfall of political accountability, right? We were talking about how the state is really using private companies to do through the back door, what they couldn't do through the front door. Back in 1980s, the 1980s, the problem was they used to delegate it to the three letter acronyms like you were citing before the break, right? FBI DoJ, you name it. What's happened is back in 1980, this is what Ronald Reagan tried to fix was the delegation of congressional lawmaking authority to this alphabet soup of the federal government, FBI DoJ SEC, FTC, FDA, FCC, the list goes on. What we're seeing today is actually the governmental delegation of power to a new alphabet soup. FB, BLK, GS, the kinds of AMC and MSFT. The kinds of companies that actually are insulated from political accountability. So the question is, how do we solve this problem? I've spent time writing books about this. You talk about this on your talking about it's fine. I think it's seeing the problem with clear eyes is important. How do we solve the problem? And I think there are multiple categories. There's no silver bullet. I think there are legal solutions, right? I think if people bring cases in court, claiming state action when the government has voted to private company to do something that the government couldn't do.

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"paralysis" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

04:35 min | 5 months ago

"paralysis" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Tweets already buster bleacher tweets for a glorious Friday first up jaw tie Joe at Jai Joe 87 writes in my son just finished a little league game that he entered as a pinch runner in his only at bat he reached first on a strikeout in the dirt, he finished over one one strikeout 6 stolen bases and two runs. How about in just a moment to appreciate the joy of watching little league? Yeah, so something I'll do from time to time because there's a field not far from my House is I'll just, if I see a game's going on, let's pull over the car and get out and watch a couple of innings because I know exactly what you're talking about. It's fun watching kids play. And we saw that on that Taylor that the highlight of the kid making the catch at the nationals game last night. Coming full circle here, let's go to Andrew Campbell at real camp drew writes in, hey buster, who is baseball's Steph Curry, maybe Giancarlo because no one quite hits a ball like big G boy in terms of changing the sport. I know what you're saying. I don't know if there's somebody like that, but I'd say the outlier, the guy who is so much different than everybody else in his position. I'm going to say Yadier Molina. Like if you look at the number of stolen base attempts against the Saint Louis Cardinals in his time as their catcher, it is like 800 fewer than the next closest team, like there's nobody like him in terms of his impact, which is why I've been saying, I think he should be a slam dunk first ballot induction into the hall. Lewis W at E Lou two 7 one 8 rates in buster. You and Timmy K are constant baseball pros, but you're also pros of the English language, writing and speaking it, do either of you have rules or tips for how to write or speak most effectively. Well, Louis, I'd say this about writing. Talk to my kids all the time is to get feedback from other people because when you write, you can't just look at it from your perspective. You have to absolutely always reflexively look at it from the perspective of the people who are ingesting the information. And if they don't get it, and you get some negative feedback from the folks who are reading it, if they don't understand your point, then you're going to have to make some changes. Kyle benning is going to shut things down for us this week at Kyle underscore Ben writes in. There are currently 6 teams with winning percentages in the 300s, which of them finishes the year with the most losses in Major League Baseball. Nationals, reds, cubs, a's, royals, or tigers, and he finishes Taylor, your Orioles look good in comparison. Yeah, I'm going to say the a's. Because they're terrible. They're absolutely going into a sinkhole right now. And they're expected to trade Frankie montas sometime before the trade deadline. He might be the best pitcher who changed his hands. And I would say this, like the origins of set themselves up so well, I get a lot of feedback from some Orioles fans who are like, hey, we're going to be 15 wins better than the next last year. And I'm like, dude, they're going to probably lose like 92 plus games. In most organizations, that's considered to be a bad year. So it kind of set up this low bar. Yeah, the bar is definitely very low. We're looking for marginal improvement here. I would go with the nationals for who's going to finish with the worst record. But I've got a good, I've got a good tweet here from Steve maleski. He works for mass and after the O's split that four game series with Toronto on an 8 game road trip. They're now 28 and 37, they've won four of their last 6, are 14 of 14 and 13 in the last 27. They are 9 and 7 in the last 16 versus the Elise, Tyler wells, he had a good game last night, and they're 22 and 23 in the last 45 games. So, you know, a tiny shred of optimism buster. It's not all bad. When I was at Fenway Park couple of weeks ago, he was talking about how the Orioles pitching is getting better. But, you know, as you and I have talked about with this issue going on with their ownership, the big overriding question is, will that affect how much they spend? Because that's what's going to have to come next. You have all these older players on the current roster. They're going to have to replace all those guys. Will they spend money and grow the payroll as they support this group of prospects graduating into the big leagues? Sign the lease, Angelo's family sign at least on Camden yards and we'll get off your back. Thanks for writing in everyone. Hashtag bleacher tweets on Twitter while you're watching games this weekend. That's it for today. That's it for this week, my thanks to Ravi Jess himbo Sarah and Taylor have a great day, everybody. Thanks for listening. Stay safe. And remember, Peyton and quality based on skin color is something we need to fight against every single day..

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"paralysis" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

03:28 min | 5 months ago

"paralysis" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"And now with them being more healthy this year and then Joe musgrove having the star was just watching him last night in the filth that he was throwing. I think it was his 12th consecutive quality starts the most I think within that organization they've ever had. Every start that he's given them and the length. So that's what impressed me the most is when we talk about great starting pitching, but when you're have a 7 man rotation, what we're seeing with the Padres buster is that they're going 7 innings plus. I mean, that's like almost like knock you over like fall down. I mean, what organizations are having starting pitchers giving you that length and then of course that's bleeding into the bullpen giving them more rest. They're not having to pitch as many innings. So without Fernando Tatís Jr. in their lineup, we thought that this was a team that definitely would not be in first place, but definitely would not even be contending the way that they are, but to see Manny Machado and step up into that place. But to me, it's definitely been that starting rotation and shoot a 7 man rotation. It's pretty cool to see. So I'm really curious last one for you. I'm really curious about how Fernando Tatís Jr. is going to be brought back into the lineup, as you know, he has been a shortstop through so much of his career, but he's also had a lot of ups and downs defensively. And the Padres off to this great start, part of that strength is the shortstops that performed really well. The tide for fourth in the big leagues and defensive runs saved. A lot of consistency so far at that spot. And FDJ, everyone would agree is not consistent in shortstop. Now it's not like bob Melbourne has never had a shortstop who struggled somewhat defensively as you Marcus Simmons. Early in his career, made a lot of errors, but I'm really curious about how the quadras do this. What do you think? I'm not as worried about it just because I feel like this is a talent, obviously, that's ridiculous. And just say, you know what, the guy? No, no, no, but I think Fernanda tosses junior has so much upside still defensively. I mean, you see the plays that he can make. It's really sometimes just a simple place. And that to me is something that can be worked on. It's like he's so over the top with the way that he plays the game. So getting to that 5, 6 hole and making some of these incredible plays, but sometimes the simplest stuff. I mean, he's thrown in the ball into the stands or he's bobbling it. I feel like that stuff this repetition and being able to have the right manager to be able to get with him and understand that. I think Brianna tatis junior isn't what we've seen defensively and that's the end all be all. I think this is definitely a play that's going to improve defensively. And I mean, obviously with the bat that he's bringing, of course, you're going to give him that opportunity. A lot of that, you know, a lot of that might be determined by how much you can get on the field to practice, you know, had conversations with that coaching staff, and they said that two years ago, when he had an improvement defensively, he was out there working out every day with Bobby Dickerson, you know, who was their infield coach at that time and then last year with a shoulder issue. He wasn't able to practice as much and he made a lot more mistakes. So it'll be interesting to see how much he can get on the field after he comes back. All right, Jess, thanks for doing this. Yes, absolutely. I'll probably see you. I'm doing baseball tonight leading into the game. So usually I get to see you from afar. To the interviews pre game heading into the game. Awesome. Bleacher.

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"paralysis" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

07:41 min | 5 months ago

"paralysis" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"For ESPN, Jess, how are you doing this week? I would do an awesome summer has hit. I love it. Yeah, you're going to be out playing with the kids this weekend. I'm going to be in Houston for Astros and White Sox. And one of the players are going to be talking about you're down Alvarez, who was developed into one of the best hitters in baseball. Carl was just talking about how he wants to see him in the home run Derby because he certainly can put on a show. Tell me what adjustments you've seen with him. Well, it's really, I mean, pitch selection is always the biggest one, right? I mean, chase percentage has gone down for him, and because of that, strikeout percentage has gone down, walks have gone up, but specifically there was always an area. As is for most sitters, okay? This is where I can get you out for your damn, you're not on help for us. It's been up in the zone. And when you look at his last two years, especially leading into the postseason last year, if you look up in the zone, especially slugging percentage. He might still be making contact with that pitch, but he was having a hard time driving anything that was at the top of the strike zone. It absolutely changed, heading into October and then coming into this year. We're talking like numbers, like he had a two 15 batting average now. It's at four 44. The slug is absolutely doubled. And that same category. And for him, it's been an approach of understanding what pitches he can hit, what to lay off of, but also being able to understand sequencing. And buster, you know this and you've seen in her pictures and hitters talk about what pitch can follow and patterns that you start to pick up on, and you're done Alvarez, we forget how young he still is. I mean, he's just been such a pure hitter and so strong, but now he's being able to really understand the game and how teams are throwing them. And it's pretty cool to be able to see, especially this season. So he's thriving, Alex Bregman is not. We talked at Paul McKee's about this, you know, Bregman hitting two 14. He got an OPS of 6 94 as hemo detailed, he's getting the ball in the air. He's not doing much with it. He's not doing that much with fastballs. And what really jumped out to me is I looked at the numbers, it really feels like that he's caught in between. And I know you and I talked during the postseason last year about paralysis by analysis. Sometimes with Alex because you talk to Astros people and they talk about all the batting practice that he takes. What do you think? Yeah, I mean, he cares so much. I mean, this is the kid back at Ellis view that would stay after practice for hours and hours, just taking ground balls when he was a shortstop and just trying to almost overwork to get through things because he wants it so bad. And unfortunate part about hitting is just that you have to be able to just completely eliminate all of that. Sometimes it's better to stay out of the cage to stay out of all the stats and the numbers of the things you can do and Alex Bregman just doesn't work like that. If he's not doing where he feels like the ability that he can be at, which, I mean, his expectations for himself or even higher than when he's even doing well. He feels like, okay, but there's still so much more I could be doing that he's the kid that is there out there early. He's there, you know, extra batting practice, like you said, but he's also someone that will analyze video numbers, all the things that players have access to. I feel like it only hurts him because he is such a great talent when he's able to just see the ball hit the ball. But it's so hard for his own mind because it gets in his way. Now he wears number two, as you know, because he was the second pick in the 2015 draft, and he was a little chapped about that. The guy who was number one in that draft was dansby Swanson, Vanderbilt guy, and in the 45 games since April 28th, dansby Swanson is batting three 35, three 97 on base 5 47 slugging, and I was looking just today at some of the underlying analytics about him. It's clear that he's hitting the ball where it's pitch more highest rate of his career taking the ball the opposite field. But I also thought about a conversation I had with him at the outset of spring training. Where, you know, I said to him, you always do well in late inning situations. Like his numbers in his career from the 7th inning on are always better have always been better trained this year than his numbers in the first 6 innings. And he talked about how he worked with a mental coach during the off season to talk about that. Like, how do I get what I do and the last few winnings and under pressure and in these big spots earlier in the game? And how do you make that translate as you know he got off to a terrible start this year, but he's been crushing it as he moves along and oh, by the way, free agent 8 years ends. Like he is setting himself up so well. Yeah, well, I mean that's been Dan's feet throughout his career. I mean, he's had these peaks and valleys. And I mean, even when he was first with the Atlanta Braves organization when he was traded from the Diamondbacks, as you mentioned, he was on every billboard. I mean, it was like, plus he's a Georgia kid, he's from the area. I mean, the pressure that he had and talked about how he was able to manage through that because he was honestly flat out awful when he was first in Atlanta because of all of that pressure. And so something and I'm proud of him of understanding we just talked about it with Bregman. And this is something I wish Alex Bregman would do. Ironically, I know you talk about them being the same draft class, but also same conference in college, how they were always on opposing sides, but something that dansby has always dealt with is the mental side, but he's understood that and gone and got help. And been able to understand that just like any muscle you're working out in the gym, you know, all the extra batting practice, everything you do, every athlete and you know this buster needs to work on that part of their game, probably more than anything else once you get to that level. Dansby is somebody, of course, being married now to a professional soccer player and understanding kind of the help that she's gotten. I feel like she's been a huge influence on him on the axis that they've gotten with even U.S. women's national team and the stuff that they're not afraid to talk about. And he's really talked about the influence of that too. Yeah, in fact, it's funny you say that when I reached out to someone within the braves organization recently and said, hey, what's going on with dansby? He talked about the influence of his wife. Like as someone who, you know, that relationship helping him to grow as a player. The Padres are in first place in the national league west. That is a shock, tell me what you're seeing in them. You know, it's been cool. In this day and age, right? When everyone feel like every starting pitcher is going down and, you know, it's just like every team's kind of struggling, especially this season because, you know, with the season starting a little bit, wait, later with the lockout, we saw injuries early on. And then here are the Padres with a 7 man rotation. Plethora of riches and we forget how great and the expectations for this team were last year, right? And then they completely imploded. And if you were to put at the top of the list, why this implosion happened, it started with their starting rotation. I mean, the injuries that went down, the guys that just did not pitch to their capabilities. And now we're seeing the opposite. Of course, the front office went out and got even more dudes to be able to fill those spots..

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"paralysis" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

02:31 min | 5 months ago

"paralysis" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"And I think especially we talked about Alan Gonzalez about this yesterday, the changes the man he has made in how he plays and how he repairs. You know, when he was a young player with the Orioles, I heard that, you know, teammates would nudge him and hey, this is what we have to do and conversation about the consistency of effort. And now you hear stories about how all NES, which is great because as you know, people evolved during their lifetime. And it feels like that he absolutely has done that. The last couple of weeks you've been begging to talk about, one of the best players on one of baseball's most disappointing teams. What do you got? There is a unicorn. I'm describing him as a unicorn in our midst. And his name is Julio Rodriguez, who I am convinced is on the fast track to superstardom. Let's play the pace game again. He leads the major leagues with 17 steals. And he's doing that with a batting line, 20% better than the league average. So let's play that help us through over a full season. I went back to 1980 to find rookies that led the league in steels and generated an OPS plus of one 20 or higher. Here's the last way to do it. Tim raines did it in 1981, each row did it in 2001, and Mike Trout did it in 2012. That's the list. Sure, the Mariners are a wildly disappointing bunch, but you can't blame this kid. Obviously Jared killman was sort of the and Kyle Lewis to a degree these you guys were supposed to form that student sort of super outfield. Rodriguez is the only one sort of keeping up his end of the bargain. But that blend of skill that he have is exceedingly rare and I am thus exceedingly confident that if you look at all the young players across baseball this season sort of taking off, I think he might have the most promising, maybe the best profile of all of them to have sort of a superstar filled 20s given that age and his ability to hit. Yeah, what we've seen with the Blue Jays and the Mariners remind us that you can be a superstar prospect that that doesn't guarantee anything for years. We heard about Nate Pearson. Nate Pearson's this, you know, Nate Pearson's had an 8 pairs and throws really hard. And I remember talking with Dan schulman before the debut of Alec minoan, what he told me was this guy really knows how to pitch. And this guy is presence. And it turned out Alec manoa is the better of the two and you mentioned Jared kelman. I mean, it just hasn't happened so far. And maybe it will that can turn around, but it turns out that the better player might be mister Rodriguez. All right, sir, thanks for doing this embo. Later, man. That's the Mendoza's analyst.

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"paralysis" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

07:34 min | 5 months ago

"paralysis" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Will be in Houston for White Sox and Astros, but at the moment Ravi, the rabbit train is parked in Omaha, Nebraska. Yeah, the rabbit train has rolled into the middle of the country, temperatures up in the 90s could hit triple digit soon. But the greatest show on dirt is in town. We got 8 teams wide open college World Series this year and Eduardo Perez and I will be here until Saturday evening and we'll fly to Houston. And we are very fortunate. If you love baseball, this is a great event. You get the chance to go Sunday to do White Sox Astros, you fly back here and you do more of the college World Series. So I'm incredibly grateful. We are in a great spot and we are wall to wall baseball. So we'll have the great major leaguers on Sunday and future major leaguers for the next couple of weeks on ESPN. All right, tell me about winning kicks off and in your eyes in your mind, who are the teams to watch in The CW S? So it's pretty cool. Unlike Major League Baseball, where you can kind of identify currently the teams that are that are more than likely going to get into the playoffs and really the ones that are more than likely going to end up going deep into the playoffs. This year in college, baseball, there was one team that stood above everybody else. That was the Tennessee volunteers. They went into their super regional, they had won 58 of the 65 games they played. They were the prohibitive number one. And Notre-Dame, a school famous for its knocking off of teams, whether it's whether it's their football team and a shocker, whether it's Bill Walton's team losing the Notre-Dame and digger Phelps, they knock Tennessee out of the whole thing. So we got 8 teams here, some huge brand names like Stanford, like Notre-Dame, Texas a and M, Oklahoma is back. We had a chance yesterday to talk with the assistant coach for Oklahoma who you'll know very well. Reggie Willis, who, of course, was the first base coach for the Yankees last year. Got a couple of children and wanted to go back home and live in Oklahoma and watch them grow up and play baseball. He has turned this team around. He brought with him this aggressive approach. They still own a 142 bases this year. And Reggie will its fingerprints are all over Oklahoma and it's the first time they've been here since 2010. There's old myths. There's a sunny de shera who very well could play in the major leagues next year. There's just a lot. It's pretty standard. I would say that this is a more offensive year than we're used to seeing. I mean, hit over 400 home runs through the regionals and super regionals and even though what is now instead of it being TD, ameritrade, it's Charles Schwab field. They bought TD ameritrade. The ball, I think, is still going to fly out of here. So it should be an exciting week and a half in Omaha with the offense. You know, when your conversational Reggie I'm curious about what background he gave what perspective he gave on that approach to playing games, which is so different than what we see, whether it's Major League Baseball, minor league baseball college, and that is to be so aggressive on the basis. Exactly. And we did, I did ask him that. I mean, it does fly in the face of current conventional wisdom, although there seems to be at least somewhat I see somewhat of like the game of baseball to make sure the global seems to be shifting a little bit back to occasional small ball, let's take advantage of the speed that we have. Let's not be afraid to run, but not be afraid to put guys in motion. It's hardly a tsunami of that, but it feels like there's a little bit more attention paid to it. And if some of the things that are being discussed, whether it's no shift, et cetera, bigger bases, you know, what Major League Baseball I think is after Reggie Willis is certainly brought to this team. And all he's doing buster is taking advantage of his talent level that he's got here, and he didn't even know that when he took the job. But little things, one of the things we all know about Major League Baseball. They're so attentive to the smallest detail and whether it's edge tronics or rap soda or pictures literally moving their two fingers and ace of an inch on a baseball to increase spin rate and horizontal movement. He's that way with base running. He's that way with here's how you have to do this with regards to your secondary lead. Here's what you need to pick up on as you round second base and go to third. You know, in a sense, every millisecond counts and they've taken advantage of it. And that's, you know, we have that's the first game today. It's Oklahoma, a and M there's a whole heck of a lot of pressure on a kid that's likely to be drafted in Troy claunch. Here's the catcher for Texas a and M to try to slow down this Oklahoma running game. So it's really an attention to detail and it's taking advantage of what we have on our team, which is get on base, play small ball, and run. Yeah, you know, people talked about Nestor Cortes this year and how this guy came out of left field and I think you and I have had this conversation about how all of a sudden those guys who have, you know, can change speeds and pitch from different angles. Those guys have become the outlier, right? Because everyone now throws a hundred miles an hour and hitters ramp up to face velocity and I'm sure that Oklahoma probably benefits from the fact that teams don't see clubs that are super aggressive on the basis right now. And so when you actually play a team like that, it's probably unnerving. It's probably something that completely takes you out of your element. So I'm looking forward to watching you are a 100% correct. You're absolutely right. They are the outlier Oklahoma in this event because of all the power because of all the home runs. This isn't like this is an SEC invitational. I mean, there are four teams here. Oklahoma and Texas are moving into the SEC in a couple of years. You would have had 6 SEC teams here. If this were 2025 and conceivably, if Tennessee didn't get upset, you'd have 7 of the 8 teams being from the SEC, which of course you're familiar with with Vanderbilt. That's a little bit of a problem to be Frank with you in college baseball. We have an SEC tournament every year. We don't want to have two. So the other conferences have got to figure out a way to compete. And again, not to muddy the waters, but the NIL and baseball scholarships, all of those things in the next couple of months, certainly the scholarship concept with the SEC is going to change dramatically. And if only the SEC or one or two conferences adopt the idea that we're going to go from 11.7 scholarships to 25 will immediately change the landscape and if it's just the SEC, you could go from the SEC tournament and Hoover Alabama to another SEC tournament in Omaha, Nebraska. And that's not great. And I love the SEC, but that wouldn't be great for college baseball. All right, here's the black and gold in me speaking, I'm not broken hearted that Tennessee is not in this particular tournament that you'll be broadcasting here in the days ahead, but we'll move past that. Let's talk about something that happened with Red Sox yesterday before their game. Chris sale through to hitters in a simulated game 32 pitches and Carl based in the video I saw. He looked absolutely fantastic. Here's Alex Cora right after that.

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Justin Bieber battling rare virus causing facial paralysis: 'This is pretty serious as you can see'

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

Justin Bieber battling rare virus causing facial paralysis: 'This is pretty serious as you can see'

"I Mike Gracia reporting Justin Bieber reveals a rare disorder is behind his facial paralysis Is it too late now to say sorry Justin Bieber has explained why he canceled shows in Toronto and to Washington D.C. It opposed on Instagram Friday The singer said he has a rare disorder called Ramsay hunt syndrome Ramsay hunt syndrome affects nerves in the face through a shingles outbreak And has caused my face to have paralysis The multi Grammy winner said he's unsure how long he'll take to heal I'm Mike

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Understanding the 'Bystander Effect'

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Understanding the 'Bystander Effect'

"With the bystander effect or bystander apathy. It's a social psychological theory and phenomenon that basically shows that people are less likely to offer help to a victim when there are other people present. But when there's a crowd, they all just kind of have this group paralysis. It's an extraordinary psychological phenomenon where people just fail to help when there's an emergency for 40 minutes. You know that a shooter has gone into an elementary school and you hear the fire, the gunfire, and you hear the screams. And what are the police officers focused on and Yuval day? They're focused on the parents.

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How Do We Wake Up Manhood? Sydney Watson Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:26 min | 7 months ago

How Do We Wake Up Manhood? Sydney Watson Explains

"How do we go from the intellectual movement of the Jordan petersons to just the roar rediscovery and putting the defibrillator on the body of manhood to waking it up again? Well, I think first you've got to remove the constraints that are on men. So for example, let's say that you see a pretty girl. Let's say that you are not married for a second and you see a beautiful woman at the bar and you want to go and talk to her and you want to you want to take this woman on a date. There is a chance that she's going to turn around and be like, oh, stop sexually harassing me. And so if every time you try to do something that feels right and masculine and that's associated with your manhood to you, you go to try and execute that in real life and you're shot down for it. What you're going to get to a point where you just go, I'm not even going to do that. If everything that's associated with manhood and by the way, how much people play into these stereotypes, I don't know, but let's just say that you love hunting or I don't know, you love fishing or digging holes in the backyard. I assume men do clothes. I don't know. And every time you go to do these things, it's as if you're getting you're getting kicked in the face for it or told that you're a murderer or whatever the case is, you're not going to want to do those things. So I think that's a big factors removing those constraints on men feeling so hyper aware of their own behavior, particularly towards women that they don't do anything. It's almost like analysis paralysis. And then another factor is that a lot of men don't have strong men in their lives. So if it's like a trickle down effect where your dad isn't in the picture or he's not very strong and then you're born and you have nothing to emulate or nobody to look up to, your behavior is probably not going to be that strong unless you're this hyper masculine dude from the outset, which probably won't be the case. And then you have children and just a trickle on thing where you end up with baby children who scream at women in studios. So I think that's another factor and then the last one is that said that if you consider that in our western culture and this has been pointed out to me and I think this is interesting, although I'm not entirely sure what I think I'd be keen to hear what you have to say. We don't have like a Rite of passage for boyhood into manhood. A lot of other cultures do, and they make you do some really, really intense things to make that passage, but western culture doesn't really have that. I'd be interested to hear if you think it's necessary. I'm not sure if it is. Or if it would be a benefit, but I think that maybe even that mental shift from I'm a boy to a man, maybe would make a difference for a lot of men.

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The Cold, Hard Truth About COVID Vaccines With Dr. Peter McCullough

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | 11 months ago

The Cold, Hard Truth About COVID Vaccines With Dr. Peter McCullough

"What is it that you're saying that you know to be true that some people don't like to hear? I mean, let's start with the vaccine. I have read enough to make me think that for most people, the idea of getting the vaccine is a bad idea and that it was developed under emergency circumstances kind of like, okay, we've got the Black Death coming. We're going to lose a third of our population. Let's do anything we can to get something to help people. Where we are today, to me seems dramatically different. I've heard a lot of anecdotal information about deaths and debilitating results probably or at least potentially from the vaccine. So wisdom would seem to say, don't take it, but there's this big push for everyone to take it. What's your response? I published an op-ed in the hill last year in August of 2020 before the vaccines ever came out and I agree with the Eric. I said the vaccines were a bad idea because they were genetic transfer technology programs. Actually installed the gene into the body that makes the dangerous spike protein that actually we caused the body to make a dangerous foreign protein that damages the brain, the heart causes blood clotting. It's a very dangerous idea. It's an uncontrolled production of spike protein for an uncontrolled duration of time. It's very different than a tetanus shot. A tetanus shot is a set amount of tetanus toxoid, and that's it. And so the tetanus shot or the hepatitis B shot is a known defined entity. The COVID-19 vaccines are completely uncontrolled. And there must be some people who take up a lot of genetic material or strategically in critical organs and the spike protein causes damage and death and our FDA agrees. The FDA has official warnings for Pfizer Moderna, causing heart damage. Johnson & Johnson, causing blood clots, causing paralysis, and with any product, there's risks and benefits. So the vaccines always must be presented with risks and

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"paralysis" Discussed on RollFare - A D&D Podcast

RollFare - A D&D Podcast

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"paralysis" Discussed on RollFare - A D&D Podcast

"Is i. I run over that. I take his pulse as fast as i can. Just smack him with me and him. Yeah trying to get rainer us now. With sketching interface flats go ahead and make another constitution. Check be an eighteen okay. So that's success. Oh so you sit there for like maybe six six twelve seconds and then all of a sudden you kind of overcome the paralysis a little bit but it definitely. You definitely felt your body. Just lose control okay. So i'm going to be completely illness and apologize. But i kind of liked that. I'm not the falling down plot. In fact my face really hunts right now But it was you know in a controlled environment that that Certain weeds and such that. I know of in areas and regions. That give you experienced. I bet if you could bind that was that you could make a lot of money with head thought of that. I was thinking more of a practical. Oh yes warfare. Use to but i mean. Can you imagine the out of body experiences. Recreational uses of this could be stupendous. And it really wasn't that out for a few second. I don't know she was stirring up. I've i've i read out in the past. You could always just mix it with alcohol to an idea. Here's a point that occurs most areas. Be quite the. We're getting somewhere getting somewhere. You can use it as a tool for war to alcohol might ignited turned into some sort of aerosol. Was i was thinking you know you kind of properly deluded and make sure make it make a nice. You know chaser out of it. You know a little bit slight bit of that effect that all sorts of applications are. We're learning so much learning so much. Why does he seem more bloodthirsty than i thought he was beforehand. I won't i'll admit my mind went to blow art as well but you keep mentioning water. Are you specifically looking for making weapons of not specifically. I mean i make all sorts of things where the money make potions of healing i make potions of water breathing like you asked for before i make i make all sorts of stuff and alchemists fire oils of kinds and just thinking. It's just the nature of this compound.

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"paralysis" Discussed on RollFare - A D&D Podcast

RollFare - A D&D Podcast

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"paralysis" Discussed on RollFare - A D&D Podcast

"I. Don't wanna get tested on. I have a willing subject. And he's not going to get hurt. I think and does not. He's willing to inject if he is senile in about. What what is that. If this is touch store ingested of some sort that it's causes some sort of inability to move paralysis if you will. I just wanna see if that's true. I mean we all touched it. A spiked her realized for asteroids wartime and had test awesome bath in and then i can make something out of this. That could be useful so he he takes a little bit out of the vile in like puts it on a sticky. Like you go. It's was the order a little water making constitution saving throw guiding one of those seraphim. Fission that actually don't guide him. This is science a good score. Good rule anyway. It was in thousand nineteen without the guidance of twenty-three maybe my theory isn't right. How do you feel well. I mean i. I was afraid that i was just. That's the problem i mean. I could have pretended to be it. You could have. I don't as i countess. I could've lived take effect. I just at the last moment. There was some instinct inside of me that apparently fear death. Maybe maybe somebody with a week of constitution to try about who get sick easily. I think you are the best one to tested on. It thinks you might be right of if didn't take effect and i think when next go to would be you. Well i'm the scientist. I also scientists to test it and you can experience it firsthand. I have quite good. Immune system i will say. Look i agree for you. Maybe we'll test science later. Final two. it's and he just grabs. The state can and puts it down. Not the worst thing i've ever tasted.

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"paralysis" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"paralysis" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

"Of <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> <Silence> the <SpeakerChange> mystery. <Speech_Music_Female> The paralysis <Speech_Music_Female> part <Speech_Music_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> as the medical <Speech_Female> community understands <Speech_Female> it. It's <Speech_Female> actually normal <Speech_Female> for <Speech_Female> our brains to paralyze <Speech_Female> us when we're asleep. <Speech_Female> That's <Speech_Female> why we don't get up and <Speech_Female> start acting out our <Speech_Female> dreams <Speech_Female> but every once <Speech_Female> in a while for <Speech_Female> some reason we <Speech_Female> don't really understand. <Speech_Female> Our <Speech_Female> brain turns <Speech_Female> the paralysis on <Speech_Female> too soon <Speech_Female> or turns <Speech_Female> it off too late <Speech_Female> and we wake <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> up still unable <Speech_Music_Female> to move <Speech_Music_Female> so <Speech_Female> basically what <Speech_Female> people experience <Speech_Female> during sleep. <Speech_Female> Paralysis is <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> a brain <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> glitch. One <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> that occurs right <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> as we're falling asleep <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> or <SpeakerChange> right <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> as we're waking up <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> <Speech_Female> it can even <Speech_Female> explain things like <Speech_Female> the old hag <Speech_Female> apparently <Speech_Female> scientists think <Speech_Female> of sleep paralysis <Speech_Female> as the state between <Speech_Female> wakefulness <Speech_Female> and dreaming. <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> So we can see <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> our bedroom but <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> the parts of our brain <Speech_Female> that creator dreams <Speech_Female> is still firing <Speech_Female> on all cylinders <Speech_Female> which creates <Speech_Female> bazaar <Speech_Music_Female> visual hallucinations. <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> Meets a pretty <Speech_Female> tidy explanation. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> But it doesn't solve <Speech_Female> everything like <Speech_Female> why so. <Speech_Female> Many people are having <Speech_Female> the <SpeakerChange> same <Speech_Female> exact hallucinations. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> The closest <Speech_Female> answer for that <Speech_Female> comes down to <Speech_Female> pop culture <Speech_Female> whether <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> that's religion <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> or folktales <Silence> or even movies <Speech_Female> basically. <Speech_Female> We're all seeing <Speech_Female> the same things because <Speech_Female> we're all afraid <Speech_Female> of the same things. <Speech_Female> One <Speech_Female> sleep paralysis <Speech_Female> expert psychologist. <Speech_Female> Christopher french <Speech_Female> thinks that the <Speech_Female> man sightings could <Speech_Female> be inspired by freddie <Speech_Female> krueger <Speech_Female> the hat wearing <Speech_Female> villain from the <Speech_Female> nightmare on elm street <Speech_Female> films who <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> kills his victims <Silence> <Advertisement> in their dreams <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> but as a theory. <Speech_Female> It doesn't really <Speech_Female> pan out <Speech_Female> 'cause plenty <Speech_Female> of people remember <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> seeing the hat <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> man years <Speech_Female> before <Speech_Female> the first nightmare on <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> elm street came out <Speech_Female> as early as <Speech_Female> nineteen seventy <Silence> one. <Speech_Female> So maybe there's <Speech_Female> another answer <Speech_Female> out there one <Speech_Female> that's actually <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> demonic <Speech_Female> or somehow <Silence> spiritual. <Speech_Female> Even <Speech_Female> the experts agree <Speech_Female> that more research <Speech_Female> is needed. <Speech_Female> In <Speech_Female> the meantime recent <Speech_Female> surveys <Speech_Female> estimate that <Speech_Female> forty percent <Speech_Female> of people <Speech_Female> experience sleep <Speech_Female> paralysis at least <Speech_Female> once in their <Speech_Female> lives. <Speech_Female> Don't worry though <Speech_Female> there are <Speech_Female> precautions. You can <Speech_Female> take <Speech_Female> get plenty of sleep <Speech_Female> limit <Speech_Female> stress. <Speech_Female> Avoid sleeping on <Speech_Female> your back <Speech_Female> and if you do <Speech_Female> wake up stiff <Speech_Female> as a board with <Speech_Female> a shadow demon <Silence> looming over <Speech_Female>

"paralysis" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"paralysis" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

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"paralysis" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"paralysis" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

"Everyone who goes through sleep. Paralysis says the same thing. They weren't dreaming. They were awake when it happened because they could see and hear everything going on around them and everyone who only hears about sleep. Paralysis says the same thing. There's no way these people were actually awake. It was probably just an extra vivid nightmare but once you hear stories about people who experience sleep paralysis. You realize there's a problem with that theory. You start to wonder if it wasn't real. Then why did they all see the exact same thing. This question haunted. A man named david hovered in nineteen sixty three david's a college student studying in williamsport pennsylvania. One night he wakes up in his dark off-campus bedroom to find himself completely paralysed. He can't lift a finger in fact he can't move a single bone in his body. He tries to call out for help but his vocal chords aren't responding either. Nothing like this has ever happened to him before so he has no idea. If it's ever going to end. He feels more helpless and more vulnerable than he's ever been in his life and that's when it gets a thousand times worse david. Here's a faint shuffling sound. It takes him a second to realize that. It's the sound of footsteps. There's someone in his bedroom. He tries to roll over and switch on the light but his muscles still won't cooperate. Meanwhile the footsteps are getting closer then he feels the bed sink down like something's climbing in david tries to scream but no sound comes out. And that's when he feels a sudden pressure on his chest like something's kneeling on him pressing him down into his mattress. You can't see it. He can only feel it but whatever it is grabs his throat and starts to suffocate him.

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"paralysis" Discussed on Latina Barbi

Latina Barbi

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"paralysis" Discussed on Latina Barbi

"Areas jack sleep paralysis. It does happen to four out of every ten people that is forty percent. So i'm not alone. There are other factors that are linked to sleep paralysis. Because this was this is what i learned from that daughter on keeping up with the kardashians therapist was stress is a huge thing. Now i've always want to be one of those people that oh i'm not stressed out but sometimes our body is telling us that we're stressed out. Even though we don't i mean ignorance is bliss. Let's get real so that another thing. I need to look at is if i'm stressed out or anything like that a lack of sleep. Now i'm trying to still maintain my seventy eight hours asleep everyday if you go to happy hour with me. You are fully aware that latino barbie is in bed at least by eight thirty and i actually moved it up from eight to eight thirty. So you're welcome sleep scheduled at changes again. this week. I went out wednesday night. And i probably didn't get my full seventy eight hours of sleep sleeping on the back. And that's what i highlighted on. This paper was since. I do not sleep on my back anymore or i should say i'll sleep on my back but not after i've gotten my goodbye kiss from giancarlo i always get on my right side left side. There's also some nighttime leg cramps and substance abuse which i don't do There was a time last year during kobe. When i was doing edibles. I don't say doing edibles. I mean. I participate like i would take an edible like on the weekends especially on saturdays. 'cause giancarlo allies to take naps and that was one really good way that if i wanted to take a nap i would take an edible in that shit which knocked me out. The flipside of taking edibles was up. And i was hungry. Now if you're weightwatchers that's a bad thing if you're doing intermittent fasting. It's all good if you time it right. So how is it diagnosed again here..

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"paralysis" Discussed on Latina Barbi

Latina Barbi

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"paralysis" Discussed on Latina Barbi

"If you have a chemical imbalance by all means but here's the scary part and this is where i say. I'm over the centuries symptoms of sleep. Prowse's has been described in many ways and often tributed to a quote unquote evil presence unseen night demons in ancient times the old hag in shakespeare's romeo and juliet and alien abductors almost every culture throughout history has had stories of. I don't know the first two letters will cut off of evil creatures that terrified helpless humans at night people have long sought explanations of this mysteriously sleep time paralysis in the accompanying feelings of terror. Oga so what i just described to. You is pretty much on point. I have sleep rouse's now after i learned more about it. I also learned that. If i don't sleep on my back it won't happen. The other thing. My self awareness has kicked in is if i happen to sleep on my back. I know it's coming like i know it. I actually lean into it. I accept it. And i know it's only temporary that i've come to terms with. It's not knowing what it is in having. That should happen to you which was scary terrifying part. Are you guys. I've i've had too. Many coffee breaks going on. Need them today. Because i'm going to a concert tonight. A it's called jali and it's like if you listen to pandora music and you type up your rock. That's pretty much music that's going on tonight. So this is what the explanation as to what happens. It's a feeling of being an. It's a feeling of being conscious but unable to move it occurs when a person passes between stages of wakefulness and sleep so remember. I told you guys. Every time has happened. It's because after giancarlo has left for work so he kisses me goodbye. I wake up for a second. And i'm going to be truthful with you guys. When this was happening on the regular like once a month i actually ended up taking a sleeping pill called midnight so that when he did say good night or good morning to me and said goodbye. My body was in such deep sleep. State that i wouldn't wake up. That's how bad it was at one time like. I literally got this shit like every month because i didn't know what it was. They guard for keeping up with the kardashians. So during these transitions you may be unable to move or speak for a few seconds up to a few minutes. Some people.

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"paralysis" Discussed on Latina Barbi

Latina Barbi

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"paralysis" Discussed on Latina Barbi

"Is in the room. But you can't move your body and you can't. You can't talk. You can't scream. All you know is that you're scared to death. That's what sleep paralysis to me. So that was the first time it happened. And you end up waking up and you're just you're just terrified. You're not going to go back to sleep. Meanwhile while you're in this state you feel a presence now. This is a freaky part. You guys and i'm it's kind of scary but it's true you feel like this heaviness on your body. I'm gonna take a break. Hold on hoffy About my coffee so that was the first time it happened. And then the second time was here at the house and Yeah the same thing. I was on my back and this usually happens. Like after i've been woken up like with giancarlo says goodbye to me and i'm trying to fall back asleep but as volume find a slee and is not like that feeling where okay you you know like when you first fall asleep and you're like right away you go into that dream state and you fell like you've fallen off. He fallen off a hill. And then your body twitches is nothing like that. It's like it's just the most terrifying feeling that you you're totally conscious and you can't move and here's the thing you actually see yourself like in your nightmare. Dreamy like like moving so there was one time in fact. This just happened a couple of months ago where i went into deep sleep paralysis state and i could. I was trying to scream ono. I know what happened. I was grabbing my cell phone and it wasn't unlocking and i kept pressing and it was an you guys this the houses it is so real which makes it even more terrifying. Is that you literally feel like you are living in this moment. But you're kind of watching it like you're watching it as a secondary. It's the weirdest thing. But i'm please. If you guys have ever experienced as you know exactly what. I need the should scary so i remember grabbing myself bound as somebody is on me like press like holding me down and i feel myself trying to get my cell phone On my chest. And when i wake up out of it. My cell phone's not moved. Its right where it's supposed to be in the charter. And nothing has happened to be physically except for those like minute that one or two minutes the other things. I never really understand or know how long the actual paralysis part lasts..

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"paralysis" Discussed on Latina Barbi

Latina Barbi

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"paralysis" Discussed on Latina Barbi

"I always tell you guys are starting to run out of things to talk about. But i have to tell you. I actually have monday off. And i plan on recording like five episodes. So i don't have this stress recording the day before actually launch talk about cutting it really close but two nights ago. My topic came to me. Sleep paralysis now. Just so you understand. I did not know what sleep paralysis was. Until is the funniest thing. I just happened now. This is not something. I do on a regular basis or ever but i just happened to turn on keeping up with the kardashians The daughter the one who models. I forgot her name but the the one who not kylie the other one. She had a therapy session because she was describing that when she would sleep she would wake up in her sleep but wasn't really awake to like a nightmare. Like a real life nightmare. That kept her from talking or movie. And i was like. Oh my gosh. that's that's what i had Not all the time but the next scene was she's therapist office. And she's talking about it and she's describing. What i go through and therapists said what you have is sleep paralysis. So right away. I didn't did. Anybody would do one of two things either. Google it or put in hashtag sleep paralysis on instagram. And i realized that. I'm not alone. So what is sleep paralysis will. I'll tell you what i think is and then i'll give the actual definition that i printed out of course on web md. So i remember the first time. I i remember. I remember the first time that i actually experienced. It was the most scariest thing. I was in the condo that i used to live in. And it's so weird. Because i didn't get sleep paralysis until i started until i moved back to san diego from la or at least. That's what i remember. Remember falling asleep so giancarlo gets up early in the morning every morning and leaves for work and there's a fan that was on and the fan was maybe like on number one and as i'm falling back asleep something happens to my body where i'm asleep but like my eyes are open but i'm dreamy and all i can remember is the fan. It automatically like felt and it sounded like it went to a number three so imagine a lying in bed on your back. And there's a reason why. Say on your back and your eyes are moving around you are totally conscious of. What is what.

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"paralysis" Discussed on Latina Barbi

Latina Barbi

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"paralysis" Discussed on Latina Barbi

"Paralysis but of course before we get into today's topic. I kind of want to give you guys. A little snapshot of was what has been going on this week. So on sunday. I went to church My husband and i go to immanuel faith community church here. Escondido and there was an opportunity to seek. They're seeking volunteers to work in the cafe. And now you guys all know. If you've been listening to me for the past couple of weeks i'm on this like i don't want to say death. Kick butt on this cremation kick meaning. I got my dad. Taking care of giancarlo ni- have already been paid have already paid into our cremation and today. I'm actually taking my mom at three o'clock so that also got me thinking like what kind of ceremony or mass. I would want more importantly wear so because nobody emmanuel faith knew me. And i figured the best way for me to start. Being part of actually community was due the cafe. Because i can serve people. I can say hi to people. I don't have to be so constrained to time. Only because as you all know another thing about my schedule is that is starting to get busy. And i'm starting to travel for work. So i spoke to the lady. Her name is cindy. While i was getting a cup of coffee and said you know. I'd love to volunteer. And what did the commitment to this. Oh no problem on sundays. You just show up eight. And she's like in fact. Give me your email and phone number. And i will call you and i was like okay great. That was sunday.

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