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"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

05:08 min | 5 months ago

"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"And if the guy pushing you in an airport hotel is something he's just getting you from point a to point B and hoping he gets five bucks for And so you just this thing and you get pushed out of the elevator and facing the wall. You can't get any indication of verbally. You can't like you will not. There's no one's looking. It's funny, well church being as open as there, they might as well have bubbles or smoked glass bubbles. Is that people will be quite anonymous in them. Well, let's talk about your acting career. The thing that made it so that people recognize you on the street. You've gotten roles in recent years. That didn't hide the fact that you had Parkinson symptoms but actually incorporated that into the role such as Louis Canning. Who, of course, is the lawyer on the TV drama The Good Wife. Let's Listen to a scene there. I suffer from a condition. Part of dyskinesia. Which is really this is a funny word for a neurological disorder, and it makes me Do this. And this And now, But, uh if you just look at me long enough, you get used to it. So, um, you know, 50 to look and I won't mine. Uh, in the book. You say that you're ready to accept that your acting career is over. To certain extent, I I allow for the fact that something gives surprise me and something could change. But yeah, the last couple times I acted, I think because I have to play lawyers again, anyway, had lucky memorizing my lines. I difficulty for some reason, and that had always been something that has been interested given with me. I look at a family tie scripted. For five minutes, and I know the whole show and I just so excited. That kind of photographic memories are getting a position where I didn't know struggling with the lines and was in a position of like Leo DiCaprio. And And what about a time in Hollywood, just going off the setting? What is the deal? I don't like him in that movie who was parading himself and really angry when I found myself in that position, I said Okay, well, this isn't working, so maybe we'll find some other way to do it or not doing at all. Well, you also say, you may be done with golf. Another thing that you've loved How is it letting these things go or acknowledging that it might be time soon to let them go? It's all about acceptance. And, as they say in the book gratitude And the acceptance part of it is whatever something is, if you if you accept it and just say Okay, it is what it is. I can deal with that in in by accepting it doesn't mean you can't Endeavour to change it. But if you don't accepted what lesson is going to be some amorphous blood that's keep serving for any of your life and and you never get there. First ceremony field adjusted, so I accepted the fact that I assume the golf club too hard. I fall down. And then it's not like Boo hoo. I'm falling down and say I'm falling now, therefore, I don't put myself in that position again to fall down. Um, but maybe one day I'll be treated in a way or find some way to to get so I don't fall down. And then a golf again and I'll be grateful for it. It's just a matter of is that the perp compartmentalizing, really, It's just taking inventory, seeing where that thing fits in inventory of your life. And so the losses that I've had are more than conversating for by my family by my friends by the role I have in the partisans community to affect change. To the relationships I have with people on the street that how much I enjoyed reading how much enjoy film How much change we're writing. There's less to fill your life. Michael. Someone listening to this may have just been diagnosed with Parkinson's, and that could be very frightening for them. As you will know. In fact, you become an ambassador of sorts for folks with Parkinson's. What's your message to people who just recently been diagnosed? Well, I was I was talking to a man there in the day who said to be in a nephew who was just diagnosed and like me was diagnosed with stage 29. I was 29 minutes diagnosed. That was 29 years ago. So I said, I said for you being diagnosed at 29 means for sure. No doubt bang on it. Better not write it down. It will be cure in your lifetime. How much credit can the Fox Foundation take? For that? I will take none will just be happy to happen. We? We we We are the largest, uh, funder Target has researched. In the private sector, But there's never a mission. You know, admissions. Just we. We have a thing when we When we first started we we talked about how to structure Foundation. Someone brought up endowment, so I said And down my like you can borrow money. You sit on the answer. We won't be doing that money coming and going out. So that's a model we're operating on then. And the other thing that we've always said is our Purity of motive. Whatever you do it, it's easy, remote computer that you just trying to get this work done as quickly as we can for people in this way, it's been so Yeah, Optimism is is a driver in almost everything I do. Because because there's no sense of doing something if you can at least argue for Professor of the outcome, Michael J. Fox, thank you so much. Be well, Yeah, you do. Alex Michael J. Fox on his book. No time Like the future. An optimist considers mortality. And you're listening to here and now Craig Cohen, the host of Houston matters. Join me Weekday mornings at nine as I dive into the news of.

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"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:04 min | 5 months ago

"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Covid vaccine will protect you, but not nearly as much as if you had both doses, so experts recommend getting fully vaccinated with the Delta variant. A study by British researchers found. People were well protected when they got both doses of either the AstraZeneca or Pfizer biontech vaccines, but with only one does protection was significantly reduced. Health officials are also concerned about the dozens of countries that still don't have enough supply secured to distribute second doses within the recommended time frame. Venezuela is depending on donations of vaccines. They've received at least 2.2 million vaccines through donations and agreements with Cuba, Russia and China, But Venezuela has only administered roughly 1.5 million shots. For more, go to cocoa dot com. Keyword VIRUS. Marilyn Haider KOGO News. Sandra Lindsay is the first woman in the country who got an FDA approved covid 19 vaccine. Now the nurse will have her Scrubs ID badge in vaccination card on display at the Smithsonian Museum of American History in D. C. There's a Biden announced Friday. Lindsey has also been given the outstanding American by Choice Award from US citizenship and immigration services. Lindsey immigrated to the U. S from Jamaica when she was 18. Today. She is director of critical care nursing at a Long Island hospital. Ohio woman who is battling Parkinson's is living life Tremor free, thanks to a breakthrough medical technology, the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, and it's Neurological institute implanted a deep brain stimulation device into 62 year old Claire purty. The device is described as a pacemaker for the brain. When it's programmed. It paces the brain to have more normal electrical activity and the Parkinson symptoms are suppressed. The device has been implanted in 160,000 people worldwide, and Purty says the benefits she saw from the implant were Instant. You're nothing but a lost.

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"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

06:42 min | 5 months ago

"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

"Oh talking about who should consider getting db s a deep brain stimulation surgical procedure for parkinson's and we'll cover how the procedure works. What someone may expect after the surgery and the latest advancements on this research would through a lot of cool things that are happening in the world. We have a lot to discuss. So let's get started later. Due to our panel today dr kelvin. Chow is the clinical professor of urology at the university of michigan medical school that he is also the site investigator of the michael j. fox foundation landmark studies parkinson's progression markers initiative. Better known as p m i at the university of michigan. He is a researcher and has written a book on db s. Welcome to today's webinar. Tie thanks for having me. Jim nez chief people officer and general counsel at the michael j. fox foundation. He was diagnosed with parkinson's disease in two thousand and had dvd surgery in early. Two thousand eighteen his spouse donald moss and animal rights. Advocate is also here with us today. Welcome thanks and we have dr julie. Hemans shaheed the medical director of the movement disorders neuro modulation and brain circuit therapeutics at the icahn school of medicine. The mount sinai new york. She leads the registry for the events with db s parkinson's disease or our d. dash. Pd talk about more more a little bit later. Let's get started with the questions. What is deep brain stimulation. Doctor she said concert with a doctor pickle. Dr absolutely thanks for having me on this I think deep brain stimulation is a very exciting therapy. It's actually been around for a long time for treating parkinson's disease but what it is is a surgical treatment that is actually the most common surgical treatment used these days to manage parkinson's symptoms. It's like a pacemaker. For the brain. So if you think about a pacemaker. In the heart the wires are in the heart of regulate the the heart circuits But here we have a deep brain stimulator delivers a small electrical current into those deep brain structures that are controlling movements and by doing that. It can really kind of block signals that are associated with some of the symptoms of parkinson's disease tremor and stiffness and certain walking imbalanced problems and when we kind of get that stimulation just right for an individual patient we can see all kinds of improvements in holly just the primary parkinson's symptoms but also some of the treatment complications such as the just caniggia's and the fluctuations and maybe even the tremor that wasn't responding well to medications voter shoe took them specifically does does not help. Yes i think. The best way to think about deep brain stimulation is that it. Actually in most cases helps the symptoms. That are helped by leonova or the medications that you would take and so when people have parkinson's disease and go on for a long longer period of time and are treated with liba they might have what we call on and off states where you take the medication and after about a half an hour medication kicks in and then many of your symptoms improve like the tremor the stiffness lowness blocking problems etc on. Then you're considered a non-state and then maybe before your next dose medication. Wears off. In the tremor stiffness lowness all those types of symptoms. Come back yet. Well a deep brain stimulation basically makes you feel like you're on your on state Throughout the entire day so symptoms that respond to liba are the symptoms that are responding to deep brain stimulation if it doesn't respond to leave bud than in. Typically it doesn't it will not respond to stimulation either. The one exception to that rule is tremor at there are many patients who may have a tremor in which you take high doses of these get without a but it doesn't respond a bendy print stimulation will help. But that's the way about how how help you. Yes so if you have extreme differences between neurons offs and it's impacted by but then you probably are good candidates exactly great now Who should consider db s and win is a good time to get db s. Let's bring in our other guest to jimmy donny. What what may jim good candidate for db s well I would say you know i I had symptoms at responded to methadone. First and second tremor and stiffness and i gay in speed of movement. I say brady can you for short too. And then you know the one made e change or get the surgery wise. I was taking a ton of pills. Day and i was dependent on that wherever i went. I carried my parkinson's medication with me. If i was on a trip or something for work i would always. Have you know medicine with me. All the time and i just wanted to break the cycle of continued dependence on medication and my doctor ridden on my symptomology was Maybe a good candidate so we went ahead with. Also you were the right for. That's who let's talk about that a little bit more. dr should head a sheriff's some more information about the viable candidates. Is there an age limit. Yeah that's a common question that we get. I think that You know generally speaking. They're not as specific as lament forgetting deep brain stimulation with that. The main things that we're looking for our weather patients have had you know as described Were describing the the fluctuations that are up In the refractory tremor But we do know that as people get older they can have other medical conditions and potentially other sort of risk factors that might affect their sort of response to the surgery itself into there might be a different surgical as risks associated with patients who are older and so we do want to make sure that those are all investigated appropriately but there really isn't a strength at age cutoff or one of the symptoms that his bothersome for a lot of people especially with wild pd who are still the work field is is sort of the the. The decline of the executive functioning is.

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"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on Bowl of Life

Bowl of Life

07:57 min | 6 months ago

"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on Bowl of Life

"Helped pull me out of that postpartum depression. There were other things that i did as well. But i do wanna say exercise was a huge part of it so adding that back into my life really helped me on a holistic level so yes physically you know. I was in better shape. My clothes fit better. I have more energy all of those things. But then on an emotional level you know. My mood was boosted. Could handle stress. Better sleeping better at night. There's just so many incredible subjective measures to health that. I think we overlook a lot as a society as a whole honestly right. Yeah yeah and so you re thinking it. All kind of like how that related to you like You said it helped her sleep at improved your mood and all that stuff but like what else is the mental health part of it That you know holistic was there. Anything that You started researching doing for that. Okay well that's a great question. So i had two things going on when i had the postpartum depression but also gained for my pregnancy that i was trying to lose so i was really doing two things at once but what was most important to me was just managing my mood and my feelings in my anxiety among stress. So i would start out the day and i would say to myself. I know that. I'm going to feel better and do better. After i exercise so i just made a conscious effort to do it. Even if i didn't necessarily want to at the time. Sarah even if i didn't feel motivated i just did it because i understood the benefit so You know the benefits are vast. And i think one thing that shortsighted about for example weight loss programs is like i said they go straight to You know weight and measurements and it takes a little bit of time. There's a little bit of lag from what you're doing. An exercise perspective in a nutrition perspective to getting to your ideal weight for example So i do have a few. You know indicators that i be thrilled to share with your folks In terms of subjective measurements that. I really recommend looking into. Yeah i think that that you should share those for sure That we certainly be interested in those just enough for the fact that like you said it's all you know you look at all this stuff fund that we're bombarded with it all is like the measurements and okay so in civil lost so much weight and they did this. And here's how many inches in stop by like you said like there is this mental health component of movement. Yeah you know in your spot on. And i mean let's be real. We all wanna feel good in our close rate. I mean that's just the end. We all wanna look good. And that's kind of baked into who we are. I believe and so you know the cool thing is about wellness as you're pursuing looking better In your clothes you're also getting the other benefits. But here's here's what. I find a lot of times. People are looking for motivation. Okay if only. I felt like getting off the couch and exercising. I would do it right. I mean have you know. If only i felt like preparing a healthy meal for dinner. I would do it if i only exercise when i felt like sarah. I don't think i'd do it very often. You know that's true. It's like went like a well back in the day when high school reunions and stuff like that was the motivator right. You'd get the little card and all and oh ask. The ten year is going to be there okay. But our exercise one hundred percent in so would i share my messages in order to get motivation. You have to act. I okay Action comes before the motivation. So motivation comes when you're on your way to your goals when you're noticing the benefits of whatever you're doing okay and so because we talked about you know you don't lose weight instantaneously exercising eating. Well i really have my clients. Make sure that they're looking into these. Subjective measures that that will go over Right now So first thing is just overall quality of life agape in that kind of encompasses all of these other subject of measurement. So how about your mood are right. Think about your mood. And how that's affected by exercise for example. I mean when i finish a good exercise routine sarah i wanna like bottle up that feeling and sell it on the street. I think i could get a pretty penny for right. I mean how often does it feel to finish a good workout. It really does. It really dies in said that's right this those endorphins right. That are being released in our body. Yes absolutely in. So you know another thing that i see for myself. And you know there's lots of research. Thomas to is brain function improved brain function so things like focus in memory so if i wait till the end of the day to work out a not really going to reap the benefits of focus for mike my work for example as would if i do it first thing in the morning so if i exercise first thing in the morning the rest of the day i honestly do have better focus on in so got something that you can clearly look at in your life you know. Hey i mean all these things. I focused work. Yeah you know. And it's not only that so just a quick share a little. My story related to that kind of brain function of cise is so My mom had parkinson's really young like in her thirties. Like i actually never knew her without having parkinson's but You know so. If you aren't familiar parkinson's it is You know in the brain. So that was one of her things were she kept the symptoms. Of course you know medicine and all that but she'd always been very physically active and that was one of the things that hoped her. Keep on the parkinson's symptoms at bay for a long while was exercising and was that bring connections as she. You know so. I often joke people like we look like the most active family in the world because we go to the pool all day and we'd play tennis after dinner and then a bike ride but she was just trying to keep that brain activity optimal and it helped for years for years eventually succumb to her by on for years though she was so active and it really did help so the really is really great. Science high not brain function with with exercise. I mean that's that's such a great story and it's something that clearly illustrates the benefits so You know how perceptive of your mom in that. She actually listened to the advice that she was given regarding exercise. So i was able to to reap those benefits for while for sure. Csm brain and then What's what's next okay. so i'll tell you. Quality of sleep is huge. So you know when you start getting in your piece and forty you. You've got different things that you're thinking about all the time right. You've got more on your shoulders that you're responsible for you know maybe you can have a baby in the house or kids that don't sleep through the night or.

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"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on Occupied

Occupied

05:34 min | 7 months ago

"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on Occupied

"So it's like okay. Let's do some research so then we can back it up and then we can call it evidence based practice so and like. Don't get me wrong. I am the probably the nuttiest biggest proponent of using the evidence and i think that if there is strong evidence towards doing a certain thing. And you're doing something completely different than that's the whole different ballgame but even within. It like the evidence by for what we do because we are in the global scheme of things a very small profession. the evidence by isn't comprehensive so even if you are doing some interventions like let me think of an example me joining a walking program with a guy who had schizophrenia to reduce what he was having his sort of pockets onion symptoms. There's no evidence for that it's not. There's nothing that says. If have a guy who's got schizophrenia. Experiencing parkinson's symptoms you do this program and you blah blah blah this is how structured and these are the results. You should expect me taking evidence from somewhere else in going. This actually my work for this guy. Let's try it like the yukon as concrete as evidenced by a practice. Sounds you be that concrete with it. You still need to be able to adapt and use your own clinical reasoning together okay. Yeah i'm not gonna try like this guy needs a something completely random. Well let's amputate. He's walks better. That's dumb but like if i find a program like oh. This program actually seems to work well for people with parkinson's this guy's having parkinson's symptoms with but he doesn't have. It is not diagnosed with it. Let's give it a try to harm the hamas he gets out and does some walking. Okay so you use your clinical reasoning to yet white up the brisk walk all that sorta stuff but like there's no concrete scientific evidence that's exactly in a work with that exact person you still formulating that yourself and i see that i see that very similar to what you're doing exactly it entity is and this is why was an it listening to the surface through anyone wanting to bring in a more integrated approach to the practice. I think what people trust in may is that i come from a physiotherapy background. Said that an and that is ingrained in me. That's a skill set that i've learned and practiced school. How many years But it's yeah it even in physiology assimilated. I'd say i young profession slow proficient Where the evidence even when we signed. We've got strong evidence to this plan. We really look at it was still you know. We're not a hundred percent show that this particular thing is going to work with this particular client and it's it's a blend of all of the your personal practice lucky saying you'll clinical experience And what the evidence does say. I think as long as we're drawing on all of that and staying in that professional integrity then and knowing that way where he'd Wellness and i doing our home. Then we can come from space. Feel like it's runway completely. Shut off while. There's no evidence to support that. This plenty of vizier therapy practices. There was no evidence to support. That people were that work g. And that's how i grew and coming from to do the research exactly.

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"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

11:05 min | 1 year ago

"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on Here & Now

"The nineteen eighties were good to michael. J. fox the actor shot to fame with roles in the sitcom family ties and the back to the future foods at backup. Don't have enough road to get eighty eight rows row but in nineteen ninety-one age of twenty. Nine fox was diagnosed with early onset. Parkinson's disease in two thousand. He founded the michael j. fox foundation for parkinson's research organization has raised a billion dollars to find a cure through it. All fox found a way to maintain his signature optimism until twenty eighteen when his sunny disposition took a significant hit fox underwent spinal surgery. Then a serious fall that forced him to confront his mortality. He writes about that year in his new book. No time like the future which is out this week and michael. J. fox joins me now. Welcome here tell me about that fall. Well i when dealing with my thirty thirty. Th year outlook parkinson's so that that kind of had handle on been ahead. Spinal tumor had surgery on that and it took me a while to learn how to walk again. I'd barely learn what getting when i of course declared independence until they could walk on my own. And i belong in so i got up. Walk into the kitchen swift flooring shattered my arm and all the dean indignities that was for some reason cutting blow so you as you say you were dealing not only with parkinson's for many years you've just gone through this incredibly dangerous surgery to remove a tumor from your spine. Just spend a moment there for a minute. How serious was that spinal diagnosis in was pretty seriously lifting for a while for a few years. But he's been in a benign and static wasn't doing anything from the dodgers. Just watch that check on every now and then so when the last time that checked on it had grown quite considerably was actually on spinal cord itself which then made <hes>. Something that <unk>. Attach because they can't in any way touch her to remove some spinal for when you touch it. But johns hopkins adopted feodor. When's your with me. Discuss the risk. The risk of not doing it where i would be paralyzed by now by as we speak from when win puts me that way i realized yeah and then there you are lying on the floor in your apartment in new york city. Your arm shattered. You'd gone through all of these challenges and gotten through them for the most part right. So where do you think the darkness came from. Why did you so desperately lose that optimism that to become known for some reason it was almost instantaneous <unk> last lemon unknown lemonade <unk>. Unbelie it was angry myself for taking for granted <hes>. Detention in the in the care they put into my health in my in my life and you know what family <unk>. Asked me to be careful. When i said don't be careful. Careful careful <unk>. 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I would let examined all these things. Fear aging gratitude. Just all of these things came through my mind. And as i made notes on them out for no reason <unk>. Lebron you're going through something with take contemporaries in alabama a. He's not that. I said let's deceased together into the story of what happened and how i lost and regained my commitment. How might new. Optimism is kind of a little more informed with a little more realistic eating. Be realistic at the same time. You reminded us for those who need to be reminded how precious thing it is to walk. And i found the way that you described your relationship with wheelchairs to be very powerful at one point in the book said that. Unless you know the person who's pushing you can be a very isolating experience in fact you compared yourself to a piece of luggage and then you went on to say that if we could ever just look at each other in the eye we would recognize our shared humanity. And i just want to thank you for that. Because actually i had never thought of that before and those are probably things. I imagine that you for granted at some stage in your life as as being and i talked about that will move momentum me my life and and how i was always moving in in my job is an actor. Energy do stunts or having physical representations of what was happening or as an athlete another good one persona in so. When i look at things i will shares do thing one to have been nail biting person. My whole life into be can't walk in the other thing about being in the chair. Is that for me personally. I'm i'm i'm someone who is easily recognizable. Everybody knows intense speed familiar with and even if they don't know me as a privilege of what i do but when you're unsure you just a piece of luggage and pushing <unk>. Order hotel something. He's escaped me from point being open to get five bucks in so you just stay in you push <unk>. Facing the wall can't get into the verbally again. Like you will not have <unk>. Beings open as they are. They might as well. Apple's own smoke last bubbles. Is that people to be going on with him. Well let's talk about your acting career. The thing that made it so that people recognize you on the street. You've gotten roles in recent years. The didn't hide the fact that you had parkinson's symptoms but actually incorporated that into the role such as louis canning of courses. The lawyer on the tv drama. The good wife with listen to a scene there. I suffer from a condition turtle disconnect asia which is released a funny word for neurological disorder. And it makes me do this. And this i if you just look at me all of us to it so and i won't mind in the book you say that you're ready to accept the your acting career is over to an extent i i laugh in fact it's something surprisingly something to change but yeah the last couple times. I acted i actually. I haven't played warners again anyway. Resume lines difficulty for some reason. Always been some interesting. Even with. I look at her family. Ties scripted from five minutes <unk>. Show and i just said they photographic memories <unk>. Position where i didn't know struggling with the lines <unk>. Lear capital in time in hollywood going off assessing what. What is the deal. But unlike him in that movie. Who's parading himself really angry when i found myself in that position. I said i'll gable. This isn't working so maybe we'll find some other way to do it or not. Do you also say you may be done with gulf another thing that you've loved. How is it letting these things go or acknowledging that it might be time soon to let them go. Insights about acceptance and gratitude and acceptance. Part of it is what is accepted into circuit. That is what liz i can deal with that. An investing came endeavor to change it. But if you don't accept the and be more blog that be cranny of your life <unk>. Adjusted so. I accepted the fact that i assume golf club too hard. I fall down in a like boohoo. I'm falling nanosecond. Only now therefore i don't put myself in that position again fall down on but maybe one day i'll be treated in a way or find some way to get so. I don't fall down in the gulf again. I'll be grateful for it. It's just a matter. Is that come <unk>. compartmentalizing really. It's taking inventory seeing where that fits in your life and the losses that have had are more than compensated for by my family my friends by the role habit in the parsis communities it change to relationships with people on the street to how much i enjoy reading how much film much writing is less to joe you live. I'm speaking with michael j. fox whose new book is called no time like the future and optimists considers mortality and michael. Similar listening to this may have just been diagnosed with parkinson's and that could be very frightening for them as you. Well know in fact you become an ambassador of sorts. For for folks with parkinson's what's your message to people who've just recently been diagnosed as i was talking to manually. Today's few was just diagnosed in like me was diagnosed. Daytona nine <unk>. Items that was twenty nine years ago. So i did. I said for you. Being diagnosed a twenty nine means for sure no doubt bank on it. Better write it down. It will be here in your lifetime. And how much credit can the fox foundation take for that. I will take not moods. It'd be happy happened. We we are the largest funded research in private sector but never a mission. Our mission is we have a thing. When we first started we about how to structure foundation dissimilar brought up endowments down like e bala money said on this again and said we won't be doing that. Come to go out so we operated on then in the set aside purely motive. Where would you do it. It's your model that each is trying to get this work done as quickly as we can for people in. It's been so yeah. Optimism is is a driver knows every night. You because because there's no sense doing something again at least argue for michael j. fox thank you so much. Be well you to

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Michael J. Fox retiring again because of health

Here & Now

11:05 min | 1 year ago

Michael J. Fox retiring again because of health

"The nineteen eighties were good to michael. J. fox the actor shot to fame with roles in the sitcom family ties and the back to the future foods at backup. Don't have enough road to get eighty eight rows row but in nineteen ninety-one age of twenty. Nine fox was diagnosed with early onset. Parkinson's disease in two thousand. He founded the michael j. fox foundation for parkinson's research organization has raised a billion dollars to find a cure through it. All fox found a way to maintain his signature optimism until twenty eighteen when his sunny disposition took a significant hit fox underwent spinal surgery. Then a serious fall that forced him to confront his mortality. He writes about that year in his new book. No time like the future which is out this week and michael. J. fox joins me now. Welcome here tell me about that fall. Well i when dealing with my thirty thirty. Th year outlook parkinson's so that that kind of had handle on been ahead. Spinal tumor had surgery on that and it took me a while to learn how to walk again. I'd barely learn what getting when i of course declared independence until they could walk on my own. And i belong in so i got up. Walk into the kitchen swift flooring shattered my arm and all the dean indignities that was for some reason cutting blow so you as you say you were dealing not only with parkinson's for many years you've just gone through this incredibly dangerous surgery to remove a tumor from your spine. Just spend a moment there for a minute. How serious was that spinal diagnosis in was pretty seriously lifting for a while for a few years. But he's been in a benign and static wasn't doing anything from the dodgers. Just watch that check on every now and then so when the last time that checked on it had grown quite considerably was actually on spinal cord itself which then made Something that Attach because they can't in any way touch her to remove some spinal for when you touch it. But johns hopkins adopted feodor. When's your with me. Discuss the risk. The risk of not doing it where i would be paralyzed by now by as we speak from when win puts me that way i realized yeah and then there you are lying on the floor in your apartment in new york city. Your arm shattered. You'd gone through all of these challenges and gotten through them for the most part right. So where do you think the darkness came from. Why did you so desperately lose that optimism that to become known for some reason it was almost instantaneous last lemon unknown lemonade Unbelie it was angry myself for taking for granted Detention in the in the care they put into my health in my in my life and you know what family Asked me to be careful. When i said don't be careful. Careful careful Carelessly walking too fast and it was two kind of full of pride of of at my might chievements to understand the risks of taking an inadequate To at risk in all the time engine Physical therapists who put me at risk and anti alexander myself I agree as said about how they push china's within a bum. Catchy raised the land myself. They get passes the nothing it was like. I started thinking with the parkinson's community i Optimism tennessee. And i kind of said it'll be okay and and really there are people that had a misery index lot higher needle. Lend me with a broken arm. Bagging car is these are people who've lost lives homes country family children woodward by bam. Who am i to tell them to be have to miss it online on the slowly a rag or i can see why you would be angry but what about scared was scared to well. Isn't that what happened. Was that came out of that. Here that come off the floor and heavily armed fiction which function in a. I would let examined all these things. Fear aging gratitude. Just all of these things came through my mind. And as i made notes on them out for no reason Lebron you're going through something with take contemporaries in alabama a. He's not that. I said let's deceased together into the story of what happened and how i lost and regained my commitment. How might new. Optimism is kind of a little more informed with a little more realistic eating. Be realistic at the same time. You reminded us for those who need to be reminded how precious thing it is to walk. And i found the way that you described your relationship with wheelchairs to be very powerful at one point in the book said that. Unless you know the person who's pushing you can be a very isolating experience in fact you compared yourself to a piece of luggage and then you went on to say that if we could ever just look at each other in the eye we would recognize our shared humanity. And i just want to thank you for that. Because actually i had never thought of that before and those are probably things. I imagine that you for granted at some stage in your life as as being and i talked about that will move momentum me my life and and how i was always moving in in my job is an actor. Energy do stunts or having physical representations of what was happening or as an athlete another good one persona in so. When i look at things i will shares do thing one to have been nail biting person. My whole life into be can't walk in the other thing about being in the chair. Is that for me personally. I'm i'm i'm someone who is easily recognizable. Everybody knows intense speed familiar with and even if they don't know me as a privilege of what i do but when you're unsure you just a piece of luggage and pushing Order hotel something. He's escaped me from point being open to get five bucks in so you just stay in you push Facing the wall can't get into the verbally again. Like you will not have Beings open as they are. They might as well. Apple's own smoke last bubbles. Is that people to be going on with him. Well let's talk about your acting career. The thing that made it so that people recognize you on the street. You've gotten roles in recent years. The didn't hide the fact that you had parkinson's symptoms but actually incorporated that into the role such as louis canning of courses. The lawyer on the tv drama. The good wife with listen to a scene there. I suffer from a condition turtle disconnect asia which is released a funny word for neurological disorder. And it makes me do this. And this i if you just look at me all of us to it so and i won't mind in the book you say that you're ready to accept the your acting career is over to an extent i i laugh in fact it's something surprisingly something to change but yeah the last couple times. I acted i actually. I haven't played warners again anyway. Resume lines difficulty for some reason. Always been some interesting. Even with. I look at her family. Ties scripted from five minutes Show and i just said they photographic memories Position where i didn't know struggling with the lines Lear capital in time in hollywood going off assessing what. What is the deal. But unlike him in that movie. Who's parading himself really angry when i found myself in that position. I said i'll gable. This isn't working so maybe we'll find some other way to do it or not. Do you also say you may be done with gulf another thing that you've loved. How is it letting these things go or acknowledging that it might be time soon to let them go. Insights about acceptance and gratitude and acceptance. Part of it is what is accepted into circuit. That is what liz i can deal with that. An investing came endeavor to change it. But if you don't accept the and be more blog that be cranny of your life Adjusted so. I accepted the fact that i assume golf club too hard. I fall down in a like boohoo. I'm falling nanosecond. Only now therefore i don't put myself in that position again fall down on but maybe one day i'll be treated in a way or find some way to get so. I don't fall down in the gulf again. I'll be grateful for it. It's just a matter. Is that come compartmentalizing really. It's taking inventory seeing where that fits in your life and the losses that have had are more than compensated for by my family my friends by the role habit in the parsis communities it change to relationships with people on the street to how much i enjoy reading how much film much writing is less to joe you live. I'm speaking with michael j. fox whose new book is called no time like the future and optimists considers mortality and michael. Similar listening to this may have just been diagnosed with parkinson's and that could be very frightening for them as you. Well know in fact you become an ambassador of sorts. For for folks with parkinson's what's your message to people who've just recently been diagnosed as i was talking to manually. Today's few was just diagnosed in like me was diagnosed. Daytona nine Items that was twenty nine years ago. So i did. I said for you. Being diagnosed a twenty nine means for sure no doubt bank on it. Better write it down. It will be here in your lifetime. And how much credit can the fox foundation take for that. I will take not moods. It'd be happy happened. We we are the largest funded research in private sector but never a mission. Our mission is we have a thing. When we first started we about how to structure foundation dissimilar brought up endowments down like e bala money said on this again and said we won't be doing that. Come to go out so we operated on then in the set aside purely motive. Where would you do it. It's your model that each is trying to get this work done as quickly as we can for people in. It's been so yeah. Optimism is is a driver knows every night. You because because there's no sense doing something again at least argue for michael j. fox thank you so much. Be well you to

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"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Maybe for the woman to that's left right left right coming up on the BBC world service should boxing be on prescriptions for people living with Parkinson's where the world might feel a person with Parkinson's disease as being weak and frail and diminished boxing is the extreme opposite I'm Jane hill had I'll be asking whether exercise is the best medicine in the truth about Parkinson's after the news BBC news with anemic Q. Syrian government troops are reported to have moved into the strategically important turn of tell time here in the northeast following a deal with Kurdish forces the Kurds of facing a Turkish attack come after their US allies pulled out of the area you ministers to discussing the situation with Franz calling for an arms embargo against Turkey it could orient government has reinstated fuel subsidies softer almost two weeks of indigenous protest leaders of the indigenous movement say they'll know call off their campaign deal was brokered by the U. N. and the Catholic Church there have been celebrations in Tunisia after exit polls predicted a landslide victory for the independent presidential candidate Kylie St the former law professor is expected to get more than seventy percent of the vote Alan right wing law and justice party is expected to win a second term in office partial results give it forty five percent of the vote comfortably ahead of its main rival the center right civic coalition some use Justin's Spain's Supreme Court has begun sentencing Catalan politicians for their role in the region's failed independence spent two years ago the former deputy leader or alien Candace has received a thirteen year prison term thousands of soldiers are taking part in rescue efforts in the aftermath of typhoon Huckabee is the most powerful storm to hit Japan in many years one thirty people were killed by the typhoons and whole tons remain under water the Philippines police chief has resigned after allegation he protected officers involved in selling drugs a skeletal Hildy denies the accusations and India says it'll restore some mobile phone services in the Kashmir valley today they were cut turn to the government in Delhi revoked the special status Indian administered Kashmir had enjoyed ABC news well maybe what a woman that's left right left right hello I'm Jane hill and this is the truth about Parkinson's on the BBC world service this is why we love boxing the signs I come to a big Jim in the town of fleas and in the Netherlands to see a boxing class which is around entirely by people with Parkinson's for people with Parkinson's and it's only been up and running properly for a few months and it's already extremely popular okay E. D. for short is the fastest growing neuro degenerative condition in the world more than six million people living with it today it affects them movements and violence speech and facial expressions and call these non moved to symptoms to including constipation and depression there is no cure for Parkinson's but people can live with it for decades my dad did and so did his brother the condition is managed through a combination of drugs which can have considerable side effects but now there is increasing evidence that there's another medicine which has only positive consequences exercise right and today we can see targets all posture problem which is very important of Parkinson's you tend to bend over careful sick posture and we're trying to work on that by doing power exercises training all cool remain started this class with a friend who also has Parkinson's they both found that vigorous exercise is making them feel better physically and mentally and they want to deposit on to other people in the Amsterdam area living with PD they trained as instructors through the rocksteady boxing organization which was started in the US specifically to help people with Parkinson's the been doing research into rock city boxing they find that you have to stick by it you have to keep doing it twice a week preferably three times a week and then you will reap the benefits after so many weeks behalf to keep doing it but your benefit were lost say you've been boxing for six months and you stop for some reason the benefit were lost for a few more months but with everything you have to stick by is an awesome anything that the benefits all of that this time it's tangible it's visible to say when you tell them you're doing this and you and they should be my doctor said man but then the research has shown that a boxing targets basically all Parkinson's symptoms rigidity Pritikin easier posture gate and boxing is a whole body work comes in a whole brain what kinds and unlike its huge confident space absolutely what can I do yeah that's a that's yeah the two groups one group family group so for me.

"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"It was featured on sixty minutes, and they just talk about how much pain these people are in the effects. They have they're having like many Parkinson's symptoms at this moment. And we don't know what exactly they're coming from. But we do are beginning to think it is coming from the Chinese ever some reasons being minimized. What's listen? But for reasons that are unclear. The State Department is raising doubt about the other fourteen China cases, why would the State Department minimize this because it's China because we have such a large trade relationship with them. You can push around Cuba trade relationship with China. That's a different fees right State Department. Doctors told Robin Garfield his illness stems from a baseball injury seventeen years ago, which does not explain his wife and children. It is a very complicated political relationship between the US and China. So that to me feels like why this determinations being being made? So what's I mean? This is devastating the Chinese be called out on this as it just because the after the the trade relationship, so that strong, and there's that much risk seems unlikely to me that a Trump administration which has been let's face it more aggressive with Chinese bad behavior than any of its predecessors would back down in the face of this. There's got to be a technical solution and analysis here. So I think there are three things we should do. Immediately. One is do a deeper dive on the entire State Department population operating in hostile countries that would include Russia, for example. Let's look at medical records. We can do that kind of data analysis. Secondly, in all of our embassies in the residences of our diplomats. We had to put sensors so that we can see this has gotta be our f- energy radiofrequency energy that is pushing at them. And number three. Once we have the data that we need to push back hard on this. This is an attack on our diplomats. You know, Brian, we spend billions of dollars in the department of defense to defend our diplomats all around the world. We've got to treat this in the same category. Regardless of who is the perpetrator. And it seems to me this clearly is not a series of medical coincidences at this point. What are you hear I hear between five hundred and a thousand troops are going to be left in Syria. What are the numbers you're hearing? I'm hearing a thousand although we've seen general Joe done for the chairman kind of pushback on that the number will be somewhere between five hundred thousand because they can't really do anything at a lesser level. And I think the administration is making the right decision to step away from their previous declaration of a complete withdrawal. That makes no sense as you, and I discussed I think five hundred thousand troops to leverage our allies. Keep them in the game. I think makes a lot of sense. I think it'll settle around seven hundred Admiral thanks for the trip around the world. We have a lot of problems at least where identifying them indeed, Brian. We'll do it again in a week. All right. We'll put you back in power in one week. Thank you, Admiral. Carlisle group, we come back. Your turn one eighth. We'll put you in power one eight six six four zero eight seven six six nine, and we're gonna read some of your emails from yesterday Branko Michio.

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"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

13:03 min | 2 years ago

"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The Brian Kilmeade show, it appears that the the reason for this is just because they have a. Much in common ideologically and both decry the fake news, and this sort of thing so because they have so much of that in common that that somehow entitles Brazil to a NATO like relationship. So I'm not sure who is threatening Brazil, or what that means is it mean more enhanced intelligence sharing, for example, in in the same way, we share intelligence with NATO, so. So we don't know what it means. While one thing that might be good to push China outta there because of their presence in the Brazilian government. And it seems like we have had a declining relationship with Brazil, and it would be a non member NATO special friends status would have work. Would it? Help animal James this is with us. He's was the sixteenth supreme allied commander of NATO a perfect person to talk to for a question like that. As also as book in two thousand nineteen sailing true north ten admirals and the voyage of character. Meanwhile, let's bring in the animal Admiral, welcome back. Great to be with you, Brian. So is it okay to diminish the potential military, increasing our military lines with with Brazil would that help America's security without question? And and let's just get one thing clear. Brazil cannot become a member of NATO the treaty says very specifically that NATO membership is limited to those nations. Nations in the North Atlantic. But NATO could establish a very strong partnership with Brazil, we do that we NATO do that with Australia New Zealand Japan Sweden Finland. So there are plenty of precedents for doing this. So that would be I think a smart move to bring the NATO alliance closer to Brazil. Secondly, what the president actually said yesterday is he wants to make Brazil a major non-nato ally of the United States. So it's kind of a technical term Brian. That's within the gift of the president of the United States that would allow increased intelligence sharing better access to buying our defense technology, which would be good for our defense industry, and again would bind the two nations together. So a stronger relationship both on the NATO side and directly with the US makes a lotta sense. Also with agriculture China's made some big gains over the last ten. This kind of reverse it. I mean, he called Trump at the tropics for a reason, and he could play what role could Brazil play in helping Madero an speeding Medeiros exit from Venezuela. Enormously. This is another major advantage of moving closer militarily and insecurity with Brazil, and it you per se before, and I stand on this that there's no pure military option here. Brazil could do working with Columbia supported at a secondary level by the United States logistically, for example, is make those humanitarian aid shipments go through into Venezuela. That would really start to crack the grip of the dictator Madero. So that's another very good reason and back to China, Brian. We need to counterbalance China's efforts not just in Brazil, but throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. They're pushing hard into our region, we need to be very cognizant of that Brazil largest country in Latin America Caribbean by far two hundred plus million people perfect partner for us businessmen. Who is? Nearly stabbed to death during while campaigning. For office has come all the way back just came out of a recent surgery, Admiral I wanna pivot over to Germany, and we know recruit fringe of the show. He's an ambassador there, and he's he basically called out Germany much to the consternation of the Germans for not spending enough on defense. They go up to one point five percent of their budget not to and it looks like the heading in the right direction. But by twenty twenty three they go back to one point three. So when you're going to be critical of the US, and people are worried that we're not emphasizing NATO enough, can you at least write the checks with a thriving economy. Totally agree. And I think the ambassador is doing exactly what an ambassador is supposed to do which is Representative use of his or her president. And certainly President Trump has been very clear on this. And in fact, we ought to remember this two percent of GDP goal was not established by the United States. It was set by the Europeans themselves. So it it really is disconcerting to see Germany which had been increasing its defense spending. Until this latest report comes out turn around and reverse. And they certainly have the economy to support that. And you know, two percent is two percent. Whether your little tiny Estonia with a million people or you're the mass of United States with three hundred and forty million two percent is two percent. So not clear to me, why the Germans cannot continue on the trajectory day set just a year ago. We ought to put the pressure on them ambassador Grenell's right to do. Save your friends for Macron. How disturbed are you an unsettled are you by this these yellow vest protests? Now, he's basically made them a legal. He did he twelve day listening tour try to find out what the issues were. And as soon as he was done. They protested again is that country coming apart. I don't think. So I think what you're seeing is. I think pretty rational trajectory when you deal with the movement. Brian remember, Occupy Wall street, we watch that unfold we saw a lot of scary in the media that the banking system would be taken apart completely that would never be able to recover from this. It was kinda similar and so what you do. I think at the start is you go in and you talk, and you listen, and you give a few concessions, and if that doesn't solve the problem, you go in and you're clear out. And I think the French are now coming to the realization, and the French can be very top that they're going to have to police their way to success here. They're not going to negotiate with the hard core. Bad actors in this yellow best movement. I don't think the country's coming apart. But they're going to have to take some tough measures Macron's approval ratings route thirty five percent of probably a little bit less after this past weekend. And a lot of things he tried to push in his country a little bit more free market a little bit more self. Determination is being treated harshly. People. Don't want to give up what they've been getting. Indeed. And you know, we're going to see this debate here in terms of capitalism vs socialism. And I think that Macron is very smart. He's young. He's learning as he goes in this job. I think you'll crackdown on these protesters, and I think you'll find a middle path for France between the pure socialism. He inherited in the move toward up much more fiber capitalism that he would like to support. He's got to find a middle way. Yeah. Let's see. And I have no doubt fallen the play by play. But I know it's pretty bad with Theresa May trying to come up with the solution with Brexit half-hearted. She never wanted to begin with. But now there are no man's land in this country. I mean and this this fracture. Couldn't be worse right now. Don't you think I completely agree and just to give you the play by play? Just breaking the British formally asked for an extension from the. The twenty ninth of March, which is the edge of the cliff for them now until thirty June the Europeans the rest of the European Union will push back on that. But in the end granted. And then maye will try reservists her deal. Bring it back. It's it's extremely problematic. I'll simply expand the problem, Brian and say, it's not just the Brits pulling away to the north. It's the problems in France from my crown is on Joel Markel in Germany, who's quite wounded, politically Poland and Hungary pulling away in the east in the south. The Italians are extremely anti EU. So I don't think France is gonna fail as a country. But I'm beginning to worry a great deal about the European Union as a political entity I chance to talk to the secretary say last week thought about you. We're going to be doing this segment, and we haven't seen the news that you have president Romani for the first time meeting with the grand Ayatollah in Iraq. And they have one on one. Of course, both Shia and they're meeting. And we're talking about setting up a rail system between them and the Iraqis have made it clear they're going to ignore any sanctions US put on and now Pompeo is putting on pressure on the Iraqis to start going along with the program, and we might not have the residue of the residue of goodwill to pull this off. Here's my question about this forcing relationship between Iran and Iraq grand Ayatollah Sistani sat down with the president of Iran. It seems like in terms of soft power diplomatic power. We're getting our butts kicked over there. What's happening? I don't see it that way. America's bet a strong supporter of Iraq. We still are working to take down ISIS in their country. I had a conversation with their prime minister just a couple of days back. I think we're making progress undeveloped with strong, independent sovereign Iraq. But there's no doubt Iran has its eyes set on control of that country. I don't think that's good for the Iraqi people. I know it's not good for the United States of America. And we're going to continue to do the fight there and stand up in Iraqi government, he's free and less involved with what's going on in Iran. So break that down for me Admiral to thoughts. First of all we were talking a moment ago about the European Union coming apart. Let's remember Iraq has an extremely fragile state is between its Kurdish north it's SUNY Arab center. And it's a massive Shia population in the south. It's always been a kind of a political imaginary country, and I worry greatly over time that Iranian influence in there will further the possibility of that entity breaking apart by that link that she a link second thought the Iranians desperately want to consolidate land bridge that runs from Tehran to the shores of the Mediterranean to do that it's crucial that they gain control in Iraq, especially southern Iraq. So secretary Pompeo is on the right note, which is to a beware of the problem and be we need. To understand Brian. We're not in a war of ideas here. We're in a marketplace of ideas, we've got to compete in. That means we've got to engage with the Iraqis in order to help them resist the Iranians, here's the one thing going for us. The Iranian are not only she is. But they're also Persians and Persians and Arabs. Whether they're Shia era or SUNY Arabs have a long-standing antipathy we can exploit that we had to work with the Arab world to keep Iraq on our side pushing back on the Persians. And that's the narrative we need to push. Yeah. But Admiral we've gotta get an ambassador in there. So there's no Ryan Crocker doing the great work. Like he was during the the last years of the Bush years. So there right now, there's nobody could not agree with you more. And you know, what we have a very strong bench in terms of our ambassadors from the Middle East. You could bring. Ryan Crocker back. You could take Frank Ricker Doni who is a distinguished career embassador three embassador in that region. You could bring back Bill burns. I mean, we have a very strong bench. We need to get a senior diplomat in there and in a couple of other places around the world tale, I worry about insecurity is better. So we know that our military presence is welcome. But we just shouldn't be losing this. Meanwhile, I want to get your take on this. We we first heard about these these waves it will going into our State Department officials brains actually in Cuba. And then it happened again in China. It was featured on sixty minutes, and they just talk about how much pain these people are in the effects. They have they're having like many Parkinson's symptoms at this moment. And we don't know what exactly they're coming from. But we do are beginning to think it is coming from the Chinese ever some reasons being minimized. What's listen? But for reasons that are unclear. The State Department is raising doubt about the other fourteen China cases, why would the State Department minimize this because it's China because we have such a large trade relationship with them. You can push around Cuba trade relations are minimal with China. That's a different beast right State Department. Doctors told Robin Garfield his illness stems from a baseball injury seventeen years ago, which does not explain his wife and children..

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"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"To have smart safety laws of this country. And we gotta stop by. It can be a favorite second amendment. And also understand that there is no reason in a civil society that we have a salt weapons around community can kill babies and police officer. Like, universal background checks. It makes perfect. You might wanna know if someone can buy a weapon that can kill another human being, you might wanna know have they been convicted of a felony where they committed violence. There's just reasonable it might wanna know fish or they can buy that gun. If a port has found them to be a danger to themselves or others just might wanna know. That's great. There is no reason why we cannot have reasonable gun safety laws in this country. And guess what? Guys here is the reality of it. Also, we're not waiting for a good idea. We have the good ideas, an assault weapons ban background checks. So. Yeah. Because twenty seconds missing entire damn point of even asking for that the first off she's everything literally that she's talking about. She doesn't apparently understand the purpose of a forty four seventy three. That's forty four. Seventy three is what they call a form. When you go buy a gun that you fill out. And you know, what the forty four seventy three asks you literally everything that she just said these people act like I mean, it's it's literally on the Weber. Nets. Can let me just go over with you. It has a warning at the top. It says warning you may not receive a firearm if prohibited by federal or state law the information you provide will be used to determine whether you are prohibited from receiving a firearm certain violations of the gun control act, eighteen USC nine twenty one at all are punishable by to ten years imprisonment or up to a two hundred and fifty thousand dollar fine. What is it ask? What does this forty four seventy three which you can also fill out online and take to a gun store? They allow you to do that to you have to put in transferee buyers full name, meaning that, and I just literally got a gun in Vegas, actually. So let me let me walk you through this. It was one firearms. And it was a skeleton is air. Fifteen cool is all hell was actually built to the back of a friend of mine. He's known as Parkinson's shooter on Instagram. He actually does shooting therapy to suppress his Parkinson's symptoms. It's amazing brain actually releases dopamine to suppress the symptoms. Craziest thing I've ever seen in my life is absolutely amazing. But I got a an air fifteen from f one firearms. Right. So I got it in Nevada that I I can't just put the thing in my suitcase and come back to Texas. Right. I couldn't even put the thing on my car and just drive it back to Texas got to do with it. So they are an F L A federal firearms licensee, meaning their storefront. But they also have a federal firearms license, so they can sell firearms and that the and that's their income. Right. That is their biz. Business that is their source of income, and the ATF is very strict about all of this. So what I will have to do because they're they're sending it the that F F L is going to send it to my F F L here in Texas. And so when I go to pick up my AR fifteen from one firearms, I will go to my f- NFL, I will fill out this forty four seventy three. And so it will say buyer's name in full you fill out your name, your official your current state of residence place of birth. Your height your weight, your sex your birth date, your social security number. You're you're any kind of personal identification number your ethnicity your race? Then you have to answer the following questions. Why marking yes or no in the boxes to the right of the questions. Please know by the way that lying on any of these questions is a felony. The problem is that Democrats don't like to prosecute line on forty four seventy three. But hey, don't take my word for it. All you have to do is look back at the previous administration and how prosecutions under under the Obama administration for fraudulent forty four seventy three's dipped dramatically all over the United States and federally..

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"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

11:51 min | 3 years ago

"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Have smart and safety laws of this country. And we gotta stop by. It could be a favorite the second amendment. And also understand that there is no reason in a civil society that we have assault weapons around communities that kill babies and police officer. Something like universal background checks. It makes perfect. You might wanna know before someone can buy a weapon that can kill another human being you might want to know have they been convicted of a felony where they committed violence just reasonable. It might wanna know. Fifth or they could buy that gun. If a port has found them to be a danger to themselves are just might want us. That's reasonable. There is no reason why we cannot have reasonable gun safety laws in this country. And guess what? Guys. Here's the reality of it. Also, we're not waiting for a good idea. We have the good ideas and assault weapons ban background checks. So. Yeah. Twenty seconds. The misses the entire damn point of even asking for that the first off she's everything literally that she's talking about. She doesn't apparently understand the purpose of a forty four seventy three. That's forty four. Seventy three is what they call the form. When you go bygone they fill out, and you know, what the forty four seventy three asks you literally everything that she just said these people act like I mean, it's it's literally on the Weber. Nets. Can let me just go over with you. It has a warning at the top. It says warning you may not receive a firearm if prohibited by federal or state law the information you provide will be used to determine whether you are prohibited from receiving a firearm certain violations of the gun control act, eighteen USC nine twenty one at all are punishable by up to ten years imprisonment or up to a two hundred and fifty thousand dollar fine. What is it ask? What does this forty four seventy three which you can also fill out online and take to a gun store? They allow you to do that to you have to put in transfer eat buyers full name meaning that. And I just literally got a gun in Vegas, actually. So let me let me walk you through this. It was F one firearms. And it was a skeleton is air. Fifteen cool is all hell was actually built to the back of. A friend of mine. He's known as Parkinson's shooter on Instagram. He actually does shooting therapy to suppress his Parkinson's symptoms. It's amazing brand actual releases dopamine to suppress his symptoms. Crazy thing I've ever seen in my life. It is absolutely amazing. But I got a an air fifteen from f one firearms. Right. So I got it in Nevada. I can't just put the thing in my suitcase and come back to Texas. Right. I couldn't even put the thing in my car and just drive it back to Texas got to do with it. So they are NFL a federal firearms licensee, meaning their storefront. But they also have a federal firearms license, so they can sell firearms and that and that's their income. Right. That is their business that is their source of income, and the ATF is very strict about all of this. So what I will have to do because they're they're sending it the that F F L is going to send it to my F L here in Texas. And so when I go to pick up my AR fifteen from f one firearms, I will go to my f- NFL, and I will. Fill out this forty four seventy three. And so it will say buyer's name in full you fill out your name, your official your current state of residence place of birth. Your height your weight, your sex your birth date, your social security number. You're you're any kind of personal identification number your ethnicity your race? Then you have to answer the following questions by marking. Yes, or no in the boxes to the right of the questions. Please know by the way that lying on any of these questions is a felony. The problem is that Democrats don't like to prosecute line on forty four seventy three's. But hey, don't take my word for it. All you have to do is look back at the previous administration and how prosecutions for under under the Obama administration for fraudulent forty four seventy three's dipped dramatically all over the United States and federally. This is something the DOJ should have been getting some of these people in. Line with. But they didn't do it under sessions. They started doing it. Joe Biden even said to the press in twenty fourteen that, quote, we can't prosecute everyone who fraudulently fills out a forty four seventy three in quote. Well, hell they didn't even try prosecuting ten percent of them. Do you know how it was literally single digits? It was a single digit number. I think it was like eight one year did they prosecuted for the country, not know exaggerations. So these are the questions they ask, and I'm just gonna go through them because I feel like some people need to be educated. So they ask you are you the actual transferee buyer of the firearms listed on this form. Warning. You are not the actual transferee buyer. If you are acquiring the firearm on behalf of another person, if you are not the actual transfer buyer, the licensee cannot transfer the firearms to you exception, if you are picking up a repaired firearm for another person, you are not. Required to answer eleven A and may proceed to eleven b and that has a whole other regulation. So basically, they're saying are you straw, purchasing which is a felony. Then they say eleven be are you under indictment or information in any court for a felony or any other crime for which the judge could imprison you for more than one year? And if you lie that's a felony. See have you ever been convicted in any court of a felony or any other crime for which the judge could have imprisoned you for more than one year? Even if you received a shorter sentence during probation now, why are they asking that because under the gun control act eighteen USC nine twenty nine twenty two g I believe it is subsection g you are considered a prohibited person if you've ever been punished for and if you've ever been convicted of a crime for which the punishment is imprisonment for one year or greater regardless of what you get during probation. Then they keep going on ten or no sorry eleven are you a fugitive from Justice? Are you an unlawful user of or addicted to marijuana or any depressant stimulant narcotic drug or any other controlled substance warning, the use or possession of marijuana remains unlawful under federal law, regardless of whether it has been legalised or decriminalised from additional or recreational purposes in the state where you reside f-. Have you ever been adjudicated as a mental defective or have you ever been committed to a mental institution? Because see that makes you a prohibited. Possessor g have you ever been discharged from the armed forces under dishonorable conditions. The individual who went shot up Sutherland springs, actually violated this and also g f and e and also d- so yeah. But he didn't fill out a guess what? You know, why that wasn't caught because that adjudication wasn't submitted to the national crime information center. And when you fill out this form, this form goes and checks the national crime information center, that's what it does. That's an air force than some that. By the way, they submitted thousands of cases after that happened people who are prohibited persons moving on because I'm not done h are you subject to a court restraining order are to a to a court order restraining you from harassing stalking or threatening your child or an intimate partner or child of such partner. This is the Hughes amendment. This means if you are a domestic abuser. You are prohibited person. I have you ever been convicted in any court of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence that also means you are a this is a domestic violence year prohibitive person, by the way, any kind of restraining order for any sort of domestic anything, regardless if the person is your your, wife, etc. That makes you a prohibited. Possessor anti-gun people lie their butts off about this all the time, and they act like this doesn't exist or they act. Like, it's a very limited scope that is a lie. Eighteen USC nine twenty one and nine twenty to spell it out as clear as day. It is not your fault or my fault. That these people who are pushing to disarm America refused to actually pay attention to the laws that have been passed that already have in place, these things that they claim that they want that are common sense. They just want to ban guns. That's what it is. Oh, and then it keeps going twelve a country of citizenship. Twelve be have you announced your your nited states citizenship prohibitive person. If you did twelve see are you an alien illegally or unlawfully in the United States? What's interesting about this is because of California states status as a as a sanctuary state that question is pretty much applicable because they won't they won't honor it crazy. Yeah. All the people who talk about sanctuary states don't realize that basically means anyone can go and get a gun. You don't realize that? Do you go and check out illegal people people who are here illegally illegal immigrants, illegal aliens can actually get around this and find some you want to know the loophole. That's the loophole to getting a gun in California. How do I know this because I talked to one of the damn prosecutors in California, and they're fighting against this. So all the people who sit here and talk about smart on laws and simultaneously talk about sanctuary cities and sanctuary states. Undermined there very argument, and you know, they're not genuine moving on twelve thirty one. Are you an alien who has been admitted to the United States under a non nonimmigrant visa twelve d two if yes, do you fall within any of the exception stated in the instructions thirteen if you are an alien record your US issued alien Ord mission number and then here's the big bold print. I certified that my answers in section A are correct and complete. I have read and understand the notices instructions and definitions on ATF form forty four seventy three I understand that answering. Yes to question eleven A. If I am not the actual transfer buyer is a crime punishable as a felony under federal law, and may also vice and violate state and or local law. I understand that a person who answered yes. To any of the questions eleven be through eleven I am or twelve be through twelve. See is prohibited from purchasing or receiving a firearm. I understand that a person who answers. Yes. To twelve d one is prohibited. From receiving or possessing a firearm, unless the person answers, yes to question twelve d two and provides the documentation required in eighteen. I also understand that making any false oral or written statement exhibiting any false or misrepresented identification with respect to this transaction is a crime punishable as a felony Andrew federal law, and may also violate state and local law. I further understand that the repetitive. Purchase a firearms for the purpose of resale for livelihood and prophet without a federal firearms license is a violation of federal law. And then there's more then you have all what the NFL has to do. They have to fill out how it process throw Knicks, and whether and what Nick said all of that, so yeah. Oh, and then they have a special instructions for anything that was canceled indoor denied and a lot of the initial denials, actually, they're false positives. The vast majority like ninety some odd percent of them crime prevention research center has the exact statistics on this. The vast majority of them are false positives. Because guess what those who commit crimes and thousands of them in sitting in federal penitentiaries across the country who have been surveyed as to how they obtained a firearm not a single one of these individuals went to firearm legally, they get it on the black market. Not a single criminal is going to go in and fill out this forty four seventy three every single thing that Kamala Harris set on that stage, and as a prosecutor, she should be ashamed that she doesn't know the law.

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10:41 min | 3 years ago

"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Officer. Something like universal background checks. It makes perfect says that you might wanna know if someone can buy a weapon that can kill another human being you might wanna know have they been convicted of a felony where they committed violence there's reasonable. You might wanna know where they can buy that gun. If a court has found them to be danger to themselves or others hit just might wanna know. There is no reason why we cannot have reasonable gun safety laws in this country. And guess what? Guys. Here's the reality of it. Also, we're not waiting for a good idea. We have the good ideas and assault weapons ban background checks. So. Yeah. Because twenty seconds misses the entire Dan point of even asking for that the first off she's everything literally that she's talking about. She doesn't apparently understand the purpose of a forty four seventy three. That's forty four. Seventy three is what they call a form. When you go buy a gun that you fill out. And you know, what the forty four seventy three asks you literally everything that she just said these people act like I mean, it's it's literally on the Weber. Nets. Can let me just go over with you. It has a warning at the top. It says warning you may not receive a firearm if prohibited by federal or state law the information you provide will be used to determine whether you are prohibited from receiving a firearm certain violations of the gun control act, eighteen USC nine twenty one at all are punishable by to ten years imprisonment or up to a two hundred and fifty thousand dollar fine. What is it ask? What does this forty four seventy three which you can also fill out online and take to a gun store? They allow you to do that to you have to put in transferee buyers full name, meaning that, and I just literally got a gun in Vegas, actually. So let me let me. Okay through this one firearms. And it was a skeleton is air. Fifteen cool is all hell was actually built at the back of a friend of mine. He's known as Parkinson's shooter on Instagram. He actually does shooting therapy to suppress his Parkinson's symptoms. It's amazing brand actually releases dopamine to suppress the symptoms. Crazy thing I've ever seen in my life. It is absolutely amazing. But I got a an air fifteen f one firearms. Right. So I got it in Nevada that I I can't just put the thing in my suitcase and come back to Texas. Right. I couldn't even put the thing on my car and just drive it back to Texas got to do with it. So they are an F F L A federal firearms licensee, meaning their storefront. But they also have a federal firearms license, so they can sell firearms and that and that's their income. Right. That is their business that is their source of income, and the ATF is very strict about all of this. So what I will have to do because they're they're sending it the that F F L is going to send it to my F L here in Texas. And so when I go to pick up a are fifteen from one fire. Arms. I will go to my f- NFL, and I will fill out this forty four seventy three. And so it will say buyer's name full you fill out your name, your official your current state of residence place of birth. Your height your weight, your sex your birth your social security number. You're you're any kind of personal identification number your ethnicity your race? Then you have to answer the following questions by marking. Yes, or no in the boxes to the right of the questions. Please know by the way that lying on any of these questions is a felony. The problem is that Democrats don't like to prosecute line on forty four seventy three's. But hey, don't take my word for it. All you have to do is look back at the previous administration and how prosecutions for under under the Obama administration for fraudulent forty four seventy three's dipped dramatically all over the United States and federally. This is something the DOJ should've been getting some of these people in line with but they didn't do it under sessions. They started doing it. Joe Biden even said to the press in twenty fourteen that, quote, we can't prosecute everyone who fraudulently fills out a forty four seventy three in quote. Well, hell they didn't even try prosecuting ten percent of them. Do you know how they it was literally in single digits. It was a single digit number. I think it was like eight one year did they prosecuted for the country, not know exaggerations. So these are the questions they ask, and I'm just going to go through them because I feel like some people need to be educated. So they ask you are you the actual transferee buyer of the firearms listed on this form. Warning. You are not the actual transfer ebayer. If you are acquiring the firearm on behalf of another person, if you are not the actual transfer ebayer, the licensee cannot transfer the firearms to you exception, if you are picking up a repaired firearm for another person, you are not required to answer eleven A and may proceed to eleven b and that has a whole other regulation. So basically, they're saying are you straw, purchasing which is a felony. Then they say eleven be are you under indictment or information in any court for a felony or any other crime for which the judge could imprison you for more than one year? And if you lie that's a felony. See have you ever been convicted in any court of a felony or any other crime for which the judge could have imprisoned you for more than one year? Even if he received a shorter sentence during probation now, why are they asking that because under the gun control act eighteen USC nine twenty nine twenty two g I believe it is subsection g you are considered a prohibited person if you've ever been punished for and if you've ever been convicted of a crime for which the punishment is imprisonment for one year or greater regardless of what you get during probation. Then they keep going on ten or no sorry eleven are you a fugitive from Justice, e are you an unlawful user of or addicted to marijuana or any depressant stimulant narcotic drug or any other controlled substance warning, the use or possession of marijuana remains unlawful under federal law, regardless of whether it has been legalized or. Criminalised for an additional or recreational purposes in the state where you reside f-. Have you ever been adjudicated as a mental defective or have you ever been committed to a mental institution? Because see that makes you a prohibited. Possessor g have you ever been discharged from the armed forces under dishonorable conditions. The individual who went shot up Sutherland springs, actually violated this and also g f and e and also d- so yeah. But he didn't fill out a guess what you why that wasn't caught because that wasn't submitted to the national crime information center. And when you fill out this form, this form goes and checks the national crime information center, that's what it does. That's an air force didn't submit that by the way, you know, that they they submitted thousands of cases after that happened of people who are prohibited persons moving on because I'm not done h are you subject to a court restraining order to a to a court order restraining you from harassing stalking or threatening your child or an intimate partner or child of such partner. This is the Hughes amendment. This means. If you are a domestic abuser. You are prohibited person. I have you ever been convicted in any court of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence that also means you are a. This is a domestic violence year prohibitive person, by the way, any kind of restraining order for any sort of domestic anything, regardless. If the person is your your wife etcetera that makes you a prohibited. Possessor anti-gun people live their butts off about this all the time, and they act like this doesn't exist or they act. Like, it's a very limited scope that is a lie. Eighteen USC nine twenty one and nine twenty to spell it out as clear as day. It is not your fault, or my fault that these people who are pushing to disarm America, refused to actually pay attention to the laws that have been passed that already have in place, these things that they claimed that they want that are common sense. They just want to ban guns. That's what it is. Oh, and then it keeps going twelve a country of citizenship. Twelve be have you announced your United States citizenship. Prohibited person if you did twelve see are you an alien illegally or unlawfully in the United States? What's interesting about this is because of California states status as a as a sanctuary state that question is pretty much applicable because they won't they won't on crazy. Yeah. All the people who talk about sanctuary. States don't realize that that basically means anyone can go and get a gun. You don't realize that you go and check out illegal people people who are here illegally illegal immigrants, illegal aliens can actually get around this and find some you want to know the loophole. That's the loophole to getting a gun in California. How do I know this because I talked to one of the damn prosecutors in California, and they're fighting against this. So all the people who sit here and talk about smart gun laws and simultaneously talk about sanctuary cities in sanctuary states, undermine their very argument. And you know, they're not genuine moving on twelve thirty one. Are you an alien who has been admitted to the United States on non immigrant visa twelve d too if yes, do you fall within any of the exceptions stated in the instructions thirteen if you are an alien record your US alien word mission number and then here's the big bold print. I certified that my answers in section air true. Correct. And complete. I have read and understand the notices instructions and definitions on ATF form forty four seventy three I understand that answering. Yes to question eleven A. If I am not the actual transfer buyer is a crime punishable as a felony under federal law, and may also vikes and violate state and or local law. I understand that a person who answered yes to any of the questions eleven or eleven I am or twelve feet through twelve c is prohibited from purchasing or receiving a firearm. I understand that a person who answered yes to twelve thirty one is prohib-. From receiving or possessing a firearm, unless the person the is yes to question twelve to and provides the documentation required in eighteen. I also understand that making any false oral or written statement or exhibiting any false or misrepresented identify with respect to this transaction is a crime punishable as a felony Andrew federal law, and may also violate state and local law. I further understand that the repetitive. Purchase a firearms for the purpose of resale for livelihood and profit without a federal firearms license is a violation of federal law. And then there's more then you have all what the NFL has to do. They have to fill out how it process throw Knicks. And whether what Nick said all of that, so yeah. Oh, and then they have a special instructions for anything that was canceled indoor denied and a lot of the initial denials, actually, they're false positives. The vast majority like ninety some odd percent of them crime prevention research center has the exact statistics on this. The vast majority of them are false positives. Because guess what those who commit crimes and thousands of them in sitting in federal penitentiaries across the country who have been surveyed as to how they obtained a firearm not a single one of these individuals went to firearm legally, they get it on the black market. Not a single criminal is going to go in and fill out this forty four seventy three every single thing that Kamala Harris set on that stage, and as a prosecutor, she should be ashamed that she doesn't know the law.

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"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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10:54 min | 3 years ago

"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Ban background checks. So. Yeah. Because twenty seconds misses the entire damn point of even asking for that the first off she's everything literally that she's talking about. She doesn't apparently understand the purpose of a forty four seventy three. That's forty four. Seventy three is what they call the form. When you go bygone that you fill out, and you know, what the forty four seventy three asks you literally everything that she just said these people act like it's it's literally on the Weber. Nets. Can let me just go over with you. It has a warning at the top. It says warning you may not receive a firearm if prohibited by federal or state law the information you provide will be used to determine whether you are prohibited from receiving a firearm certain violations of the gun control act, eighteen USC nine twenty one at all are punishable by up to ten years imprisonment or up to a two hundred and fifty thousand dollar fine. What is it ask? What does this forty four seventy three which you can also fill out online and take to a gun store? They allow you to do that to you have to put in transferee buyers full name, meaning that, and I just literally got a gun in Vegas, actually. So let me let me walk you through this. It was F one firearms. And it was a skeleton is air. Fifteen cool is all hell was actually built to the spec of a friend of mine. He's known as Parkinson's shooter on Instagram. He actually does shooting therapy to suppress his Parkinson's symptoms. It's amazing brain actually release dopamine to suppress symptoms. Craziest thing I've ever seen in my life. It is absolutely amazing. But I got a an air fifteen from f one firearms. Right. So I got it in Nevada that I can't just put the thing in my suitcase and come back to Texas. Right. I couldn't even put the thing in my car and just drive it back to Texas got to do with it. So they are NFL a federal firearms licensee, meaning their storefront. But they also have a federal firearms license, so they can sell firearms and that and that's their income. Right. That is there. Business that is their source of income ATF is very strict about all of this. So what I will have to do because they're they're sending it the that F F L is going to send it to my f- NFL here in Texas. And so when I go to pick up my AR fifteen from one firearms, I will go to my f- NFL, and I will fill out this forty four seventy three. And so it will say buyer's name in full you fill out your name, your official your current state of residence place of birth. Your height your weight, your sex your birthday, your social security number. You're you're any kind of personal identification number at your ethnicity your race, then you have to answer the following questions by marking. Yes, or no in the boxes to the right of the questions. Please know by the way that lying on any of these questions is a felony. The problem is that Democrats don't like to prosecute line on forty four seventy three's. But hey, don't take my word for it. All you have to do is look back at the previous administration and how prosecutions under under the Obama administration for fraudulent forty four seventy three's dipped dramatically all over the United States and federally. This is something the DOJ should have been getting some of these people in line with but they didn't do it under sessions. They started doing it. Joe Biden even said to the press in twenty fourteen that, quote, we can't prosecute everyone who fraudulently fills out a forty four seventy three in quote will help they didn't even try prosecuting ten percent of them. Do you know how they it was literally in single digits. It was a single digit number is eight one year did they prosecuted for the country, not know exaggerations. So these are the questions they ask, and I'm just gonna go through them because I feel like some people need to be educated. So they ask you are you the actual transferee buyer of the firearms listed on this form. Warning. You are not the actual transferee buyer. If you are acquiring the firearms on behalf of another person, if you are not the actual transfer ebayer, the licensee cannot transfer the firearms to you exception, if you are picking up a repaired firearm for another person, you are not required to answer eleven A and may. Proceed to eleven b and that has a whole other regulation. So basically, they're saying are you straw, purchasing which is a felony. Then they say eleven be are you under indictment or information in any court for a felony or any other crime for which the judge could imprison you for more than one year? And if you lie that's a felony. See have you ever been convicted in any court of a felony or any other crime for which the judge could have imprisoned you for more than one year? Even if he received a shorter sentence during probation now, why are they asking that because under the gun control act eighteen USC nine twenty nine twenty two g I believe it is subsection g you are considered a prohibited person if you've ever been punished for and if you've ever been convicted of a crime for which the punishment is imprisonment for one year or greater regardless of what you get during probation. Then they keep going on ten or no sorry eleven are you a fugitive from Justice, e are you an unlawful user. Were addicted to marijuana or any depressant stimulant narcotic drug or any other controlled substance warning, the use or possession of marijuana remains unlawful under federal law, regardless of whether it has been legalized or decriminalized for medicinal or recreational purposes in the state where you reside f-. Have you ever been adjudicated as a mental defective or have you ever been committed to a mental institution? Because see that makes you a prohibited. Possessor g have you ever been discharged from the armed forces under dishonorable conditions. The individual who went shot up Sutherland springs, actually violated this and also g f and e and also d so yeah, but he didn't fill out a guess what? You know, why that wasn't caught because that adjudication wasn't submitted to the national crime information center. And when you fill out this form, this form goes and checks the national crime information center, that's what it does. That's in the air force Simpson at that. By the way, they submitted. Thousands of cases after that happened of people who are prohibited persons moving on because I'm not done h are you subject to a court restraining order or to a to a court order restraining you from harassing stalking or threatening your child or an intimate partner or child of such partner. This is the Hughes amendment. This means if you are a domestic abuser. You are prohibitive person. I have you ever been convicted in any court of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence that also means you are a this is a domestic violence your prohibitive person. And by the way, any kind of restraining order for any sort of domestic anything, regardless if the person is your your, wife, etc. That makes you a prohibited. Possessor anti-gun people live their butts off about this all the time, and they act like this doesn't exist or they act. Like, it's a very limited scope that is a lie. Eighteen USC nine twenty one in nine twenty to spell it out as clear as day. It is not your fault, or my fault that these people who are pushing to disarm America refused. Actually, pay attention to the laws that have been passed that already have in place, these things that they claim that they want that are common sense. They just wanna ban guns. That's what it is. Oh, and then it keeps going twelve a country of citizenship. Twelve have you were announced your United States citizenship prohibitive person. If you did twelve see are you an alien illegally or unlawfully in the United States? What's interesting about this is because of California states status as a as a sanctuary state that question is pretty much applicable because they won't they won't honor it crazy. Yeah. All the people who talk about sanctuary states don't realize that that basically means anyone can go and get a gun. You don't realize that? Do you go and check out illegal people people who are here illegally illegal immigrants, illegal aliens can actually get around this and find some you want to know the loophole. That's the loophole to getting a gun in California. How do I know this because I talked to one of the damn prosecutors in California, and they're fighting against this. So all the people who sit here and talk about smart on laws and simultaneously talk about sanctuary cities and sanctuary states. Undermined there very argument, and you know, they're not genuine moving on twelve thirty one. Are you an alien who has been admitted to the United States on during non immigrant visa twelve d to if? Yes, do you fall within any of the exception stated in the instructions thirteen if you are an alien record your US issued alien Ord mission number and then here's the big bold print. I certified that my answers in section A are true. Correct. And complete. I have read and understand the notices instructions and definitions on ATF form forty four seventy three I understand that answering. Yes to question eleven A. If I am not the actual transfer buyer is a crime punishable as a felony under federal law, and may also vice and violate state and or local law. I understand that person who answers, yes. To any of the questions eleven or eleven I am or twelve be through twelve. See is prohibited from purchasing or receiving a firearm. I understand that a person who answered yes. To twelve. Thirty one is prohibited. From receiving a possessing a firearm and less the person answers. Yes to question twelve d two and provides the documentation required in eighteen. I also understand that making any false oral or written statement or exhibiting any false or misrepresented identification with respect to this transaction is a crime punishable as a felony under federal law and may also violate state and local law. I further understand that the repetitive. Purchase a firearms for the purpose of resale for livelihood and prophet without a federal firearms license is a violation of federal law. And then there's more. Then you have all what the NFL has to do. They have to fill out how process throw Knicks, and whether and what Nick said all of that. So yeah. Oh, and then they have. Especial instructions for anything that was canceled indoor denied and a lot of the initial denials, actually, they're false positives. The vast majority like ninety some odd percent of them crime prevention research center has the exact statistics on this. The vast majority of them are false positives. Because guess what those who commit crimes and the thousands of them in federal penitentiaries across the country who have been surveyed as to how they obtained a firearm not a single one of these individuals went to firearm legally, they get it on the black market. Not a single criminal is going to go in and fill out this forty four seventy three every single thing that Kamala Harris said on that stage, and as a prosecutor she should be ashamed that she doesn't know the law.

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WINT 1330 AM

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"I mean, it's it's literally on the Weber. Nets. Can let me just go over with you. It has a warning at the top. It says warning you may not receive a firearm if prohibited by federal or state law the information you provide will be used to determine whether you are prohibited from receiving a firearm certain violations of the gun control act, eighteen USC nine twenty one at all are punishable by up to ten years imprisonment or up to a two hundred and fifty thousand dollar fine. What is it ask? What does this forty four seventy three which you can also fill out online and take to a gun store? Bailout you to do that to you have to put in transferee buyers full name, meaning that, and I just literally got a gun in Vegas, actually. So let me let me walk you through this. It was one fire arms. And it was a skeleton is air. Fifteen cool is all hell was actually built at the back of a friend of mine. He's known as Parkinson's shooter on Instagram. He actually does shooting therapy to suppress his Parkinson's symptoms. It's amazing that extra is brand actual releases dopamine to suppress the symptoms. Craziest thing I've ever seen in my life. It is absolutely amazing. But I got a an air fifteen from Ephron firearms. Right. So I got it in Nevada that I I can't just put the thing in my suitcase and come back to Texas. Right. I couldn't even put the thing on my car and just drive it back to Texas got to do with it. So they are an NFL a federal firearms licensee, meaning their storefront. But they also have a federal firearms license, so they can sell firearms and that the and that's their income. Right. That is their biz. Business that is their source of income, and the ATF is very strict about all of this. So what I will have to do because they're they're sending it the that F F L is going to send it to my F F L here in Texas. And so when I go to pick up a AR fifteen from one firearms, I will go to my f- NFL, and I will fill out this forty four seventy three. And so it will say buyer's name in full you fill out your name, your official your current state of residence place of birth. Your height your weight, your sex your birth date, your social security number. You're you're any kind of personal identification number your ethnicity your race? Then you have to answer the following questions. Why marking yes or no in the boxes to the right of the questions. Please know by the way that lying on any of these questions is a felony. The problem is that Democrats don't like to prosecute line on forty four seventy three. But hey, don't take my word for it. All you have to do is look back at the previous administration and how prosecutions under under the Obama administration for fraud and forty four seventy three's.

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"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:50 min | 3 years ago

"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Just tuning in. I'm Tom power. This accused of majestic Shepardson about his new album and based around a two hour conversation. He had with his mother who's suffering from Parkinson's disease right there. We here your mother's mother's voice. And she says I can't quite quoted. But I'm trying to kick the habit of trying to be perfect. Yeah. I think there was an interesting thing that came up in these interviews is like. When I was listening back. You know, I think the record would have been pretty heavy handed and bad, frankly, if I just sort of plopped a bunch of interviews about my mother describing Parkinson's symptoms. Everyone knows what happens with Parkinson's disease. And I don't think that would be particularly interesting thing to listen to you. Felt like sort of like the kernel of truth at the center of it was my mom. Struggling with her own perfectionism, and how the illness has sort of like eroded this facade of perfection. So like not ever see that my mom was a perfect person. But I think she was a perfectionist and wanted to appear a certain way as we all do and then with this illness, like, you know, you you speech slows down sometimes because of the medication or the operation. Like you drool you shake your slow your tire. These are all things that happen. And I think in her mind, she was really struggling with how that how she's perceived by others and kind of struggling also with a giving herself permission to be perceived that way, and that was the deeper issue at the center of it is like how can you heal? If you can't give yourself permission to be sick. And not be perfect. I think there's a I mean not to say, and I don't believe that. All right, didactic don't believe that you made this thing to teach any lessons. Or anything that that it can just exist? But there is something to be learned from that. I think absolutely. I mean, everyone wants to be perceived a certain way, and when you can't do the things that you used to be able to do. And then you watch your friends and your family who love you witness you being unable to do that. And you see undoubtedly there's going to be PD and love and frustration and all the things that go along with that. Like, that's hard. You're you're losing a sense of your older self and you're starting to be defined by your illness more, and that's really difficult thing to deal with like. Yeah. I mean, I can't imagine what it's like to go through that and go through it with Grayson perspective. And I mean, I think that's to me where the lesson is is not what what is Parkinson's look like. But it's like what is Parkinson's look like to one person and how they how are they interacting with that disease? And I think in that there's a lot of I don't know there's lessons to be learned. And I think truth and beauty and all of that sort of stuff. What does your mom think of the record? She likes it. It's funny. She's she's heard it definitely read it. And then I I play, but she kind of gave me the same response as she always gives me with every album that I've ever been on. Which is like just that was great. It was really good. I really liked it. And then thanks mom. I mean, you know, it's about you. Right. Like, this is all about you. It was a pretty stock response. But then recently, Ben Rayner of the star wrote an article about the Toronto Star wrote an article about the album, and he interviewed my mom, which I thought was really great. And she said that she thought that the pieces of the interviews that I had taken were really well curated and she thought that like conveyed a greater truth. And that was the most she's ever said about the guy certainly didn't know that. So to read it especially because it's about her. And she thought that I had done a good job at like picking the right pieces. I was really nice. She said she was pretty good obviously to read that stuff in the newspaper, right? Tell your sign. Start your tell Ben Rayner exactly I want to close off this way. We have the best of intentions to try and talk about death, and we have potential to try and talk about illness. And if you're listening to this right now, you might be saying to yourself all you know, when my parents get sick, or I'm definitely going to have that conversation. I can tell you from personal experience. It's not easy to have. And you might not have it. And that's also kind of. Okay, it's very challenging to have. Yeah. But we are having more and more of these conversations and least we're having conversations about the conversation. So having made this album, what are your takeaways with how we discuss illness? How we discuss staff, you know, the big takeaway. And I think for anyone listening just bear with me because the first part is going to sound kind of selfish. You know, I think the biggest takeaway that that I can speak of because I'm not somebody who is suffering. But I am somebody who's been around close family members who have illness is the thing that doesn't get talked about is the emotional and physical told that the illness takes on family members. And I'm not saying so because you're transferring from son daughter, father, wife mother, all of those things to caregiver like you're still those other things, but you become a caregiver for somebody who you love and your relationship is changing. And I think initially you wanna be able to help fix that person. He wanted if you think if I just work hard enough, I can change in that you're not going to change anything like the Elvis is going to deal with the onus is gonna do. And I really wish that I've seen people. I love get. So burnt out, you know, because they just don't take time for. For themselves. And the the thing that I most wanted to convey not necessarily with the album, but if I have a platform to talk about like, degenerative illness, and all that is for the people who are who love the person with the L knows who become caregivers to make sure they're also taking time for themselves. So that they can be the best version of themselves for the person who are taking care of who they love because. Yeah, you can really get lost in the L nece, and you also want to be a loving partner, and father and son and mother daughter all that. And I I wish people told you it's okay to feel stressed Katie feel tired. And if you do. Take a moment. And that's totally cool. It doesn't mean that you love that person any less and take a moment for yourself. In fact, is going to allow you to love that person even more because you're going to be a better version of yourself. Just thanks for coming in my pleasure. Thanks for letting me talk Justice Shepardson will be performing live at is now sold out album release show in Toronto this week. If you don't already have tickets, we.

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"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on IoT Podcast – Internet of Things

IoT Podcast – Internet of Things

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on IoT Podcast – Internet of Things

"I don't know. There's definitely an inaccuracy benefit in certain things. No doubt about it. I just I don't know maybe for people who don't wear watches or other wearables. These would be interesting. Yeah. So in they are way, more accurate. Speaking of health. I think in twenty. Nineteen and, you know, also at yes, we're going to see a sea change in the number of health and wellness related devices in algorithms, and we're gonna start seeing FDA approval on a lot of them or on some of them. I should say, and that's going to be really interesting because we see right now, you know, some of it's just kind of snake oil rate. You're like, oh you can track. This. That'll be amazing. But you don't really know if it's actually doing anything, or you know, if this heart rate monitor is actually accurate enough rate, but with Amazon they've got actually Omron is a blood pressure cuff, monitor they're actually making a wristband that's going to check your blood pressure constantly. So if you look at something like that, and you can now ask, you know, Madam a was my blood pressure that becomes really kind of exciting. And then I also see a lot of research has been going into things like gate detection for various illnesses. And then things like using your voice to understand if you're depressed. If you have Parkinson's if you have some other medical condition, and I think we're going to start to see that in FDA approved fashions on our smartphones and devices, and that's gonna be freaking awesome slash salary. I think you're right. And I also would add to it. I hope to see him. I'm not gonna say expect to see, but I hope to see more simpler ways to share this data with your health providers. I think that's going to take a little bit longer. But that's okay. And I think that gets to actually the next thing that I have on my list, which is privacy. I think we're going to have to come up with ways to understand how the state is being used, and we're gonna have to figure out how to protect consumers, and how far we wanna go with like health insurance and pre existing condition type coverage because this is going to expose a whole new area of risk. And that's scary for health insurance in. I don't know how we're gonna handle that. I mean, if you can tell if someone's having. Parkinson's symptoms super early. This is not something that can be cured. It can be managed right? What does that mean if you can detect it early? How does it affect rates coverage? Can you get coverage? Absolutely. I think this is more of a long term problem or challenge. We're going to see those things start to happen. Yes. Yes. And we've yeah. Because we've started to see this already in terms of with driving, for example, with safe driver monitoring devices that you put in a car, for example, you know, you can get your rates down or up based on how you try for sixty days or thirty days. But you're right. The reason I say it's a longer term thing is because you get into policy now and government and the healthcare industry is so slow to change as are the laws that regulate it where it is regulated. So what you're right. This is when we start to see how that's going to shake out in the coming years. Yeah. So in John Hancock, for example, has a insurance policy that requires you to have a connected wearable device as part of that. So it's not too crazy. Also the privacy front. We're going to see some sort of regulation. I guarantee it. It's going to be probably pretty crappy lot negotiations back and forth. But I think twenty nineteen we're gonna get our version of a GDP are or we'll get close enough that it might pass like twenty twenty. We'll see or maybe. Yeah. Let's just not even talk about that. Okay. Other two big things. One is envy knows for IOT connectivity. I think there's a whole effort taking place with the platform companies like Ayla and particle in those guys are introducing cellular platforms cellular services for IOT device makers, and they're acting kind of as an MVP. No. You're seeing them bucket a lot of options from different carriers..

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"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"parkinson symptoms" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

"I don't know. There's definitely an inaccuracy benefit in certain things. No doubt about it. I just I don't know maybe for people who don't wear watches or other wearables. These would be interesting. Yeah. So in they are way, more accurate. Speaking of health. I think in twenty. Nineteen and, you know, also at yes, we're going to see a sea change in the number of health and wellness related devices in algorithms, and we're gonna start seeing FDA approval on a lot of them or on some of them. I should say, and that's going to be really interesting because we see right now, you know, some of it's just kind of snake oil rate. You're like, oh you can track. This. That'll be amazing. But you don't really know if it's actually doing anything, or you know, if this heart rate monitor is actually accurate enough rate, but with Amazon they've got actually Omron is a blood pressure cuff, monitor they're actually making a wristband that's going to check your blood pressure constantly. So if you look at something like that, and you can now ask, you know, Madam a was my blood pressure that becomes really kind of exciting. And then I also see a lot of research has been going into things like gate detection for various illnesses. And then things like using your voice to understand if you're depressed. If you have Parkinson's if you have some other medical condition, and I think we're going to start to see that in FDA approved fashions on our smartphones and devices, and that's gonna be freaking awesome slash salary. I think you're right. And I also would add to it. I hope to see him. I'm not gonna say expect to see, but I hope to see more simpler ways to share this data with your health providers. I think that's going to take a little bit longer. But that's okay. And I think that gets to actually the next thing that I have on my list, which is privacy. I think we're going to have to come up with ways to understand how the state is being used, and we're gonna have to figure out how to protect consumers, and how far we wanna go with like health insurance and pre existing condition type coverage because this is going to expose a whole new area of risk. And that's scary for health insurance in. I don't know how we're gonna handle that. I mean, if you can tell if someone's having. Parkinson's symptoms super early. This is not something that can be cured. It can be managed right? What does that mean if you can detect it early? How does it affect rates coverage? Can you get coverage? Absolutely. I think this is more of a long term problem or challenge. We're going to see those things start to happen. Yes. Yes. And we've yeah. Because we've started to see this already in terms of with driving, for example, with safe driver monitoring devices that you put in a car, for example, you know, you can get your rates down or up based on how you try for sixty days or thirty days. But you're right. The reason I say it's a longer term thing is because you get into policy now and government and the healthcare industry is so slow to change as are the laws that regulate it where it is regulated. So what you're right. This is when we start to see how that's going to shake out in the coming years. Yeah. So in John Hancock, for example, has a insurance policy that requires you to have a connected wearable device as part of that. So it's not too crazy. Also the privacy front. We're going to see some sort of regulation. I guarantee it. It's going to be probably pretty crappy lot negotiations back and forth. But I think twenty nineteen we're gonna get our version of a GDP are or we'll get close enough that it might pass like twenty twenty. We'll see or maybe. Yeah. Let's just not even talk about that. Okay. Other two big things. One is envy knows for IOT connectivity. I think there's a whole effort taking place with the platform companies like Ayla and particle in those guys are introducing cellular platforms cellular services for IOT device makers, and they're acting kind of as an MVP. No. You're seeing them bucket a lot of options from different carriers..

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Parkinson’s Symptoms Associated with Contact Sports

John Batchelor

02:21 min | 3 years ago

Parkinson’s Symptoms Associated with Contact Sports

"To talk A wildfire closure I'm Barbara Kusak President Trump has put off his second. Summit with Russia's president as correspondent Bob Costantini explains the language used in a, one sentence statement from national security adviser John Bolton has the familiarity of how the president might relate the message quote. The president believes that the next bilateral meeting with President Putin should take place after the Russia witch hunt is over so we've agreed that it, will be after the first of the year end quote amid criticism of how. He'd handle Putin, in Helsinki last Friday the president ordered Bolton to set up a second meeting at the White House in the fall South Korea's news agency reports the north will transfer the remains of a number of US soldiers. Killed in the Korean war on, Friday among the seventy five large wildfires raging in the west is the Ferguson fire that's led to a major closure heavy black smoke from the Ferguson fire which erupted on July, thirteenth in. The Sierra Nevada mountains prompted park officials to shut the main visitor hub of Yosemite valley The closure is supposed to last through Sunday and will also affect all hotels campgrounds. And visitor services in the area I'm Bill Michaels new study finds yet another, health concern for athletes engaging in contact sports athletes who play hockey football boxing and other sports that involve repetitive hits. To the head may have an increased risk of developing we body disease which can, trigger Parkinson's researchers from Boston University and the Boston healthcare system, analyzed nearly seven hundred brains as part of a chronic traumatic encephalopathy studying found. Of the former, athletes about eighty one percent were found to have c. t. in twenty percent of those were diagnosed with Lewy body disease I'm Sierra Crawford President Trump's job approval rating has slipped below forty percent in three politically. Important midwest states according to new, NBC news mayors polls those states are Michigan Wisconsin and Minnesota survey also finds Democrats with a sizeable lead in those states for the midterm elections I'm Barbara Kusak Is your computer. Slowing down thank you need a. New one wait before you waste your money on a new computer go to, Mike clean dot com and get a. Free computer diagnosis. In minutes you can activate my clean PC software, to clean out, the junk that could be putting, your, privacy at risk unwanted pop ups errors or spam not only slow your computer down they may allow third parties,.

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