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"parni" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"parni" Discussed on WRVA

"Three four five eleven forty you will get a pair of tickets for big enrich cowboy DJ sinister mickie James and the heaters. Get all takes part takes place right there. As part of all star weekend. Sometime next week will chat with Parni about some of the other stuff happening at all star week. I just came across the story, the Tampa Bay rays. Remember, they used to be the Devil Rays. They have received permission for major league baseball to split. I discuss splitting their season between Tampa. And montreal. Right. The Montreal Expos became the Washington nationals number of years ago. And Montreal has really really really been jonesing for a baseball team again. Maybe not enough to support a fulltime team that seems to be the suggestion here. But you know what? They're talking about splitting a season Tampa pay Tampa Bay rays, play part of the season in Tampa and part of the season up in Montreal now. I think that's very cool idea on. I also don't know if you have to. Somehow change the name of the team. How would you do that? Seriously? How would you do that? Do they become the expo raise? Do they become the re reacts? I don't even know. But it'll be interesting to see how that one plays out. Hey, a quick reminder about blue Friday final Friday of each and every month is blue Friday. Right. We celebrate we honor, we salutes, a local central Virginia law enforcement professional police officer deputy sheriff state police officer state trooper federal agent. We've had all of them, we've absolutely had all of them. But the only way I know about them is because you send me the information. So if you have a central Virginia law enforcement pro, you think should be honored on blue Friday, their story should be told please Email it to me, Jeff Katz show at AOL dot com. Jeff Katz show at A O, L dot com. And I want to remind you about some every time I talk about blue Friday blue Friday is possible..

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"parni" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

09:27 min | 2 years ago

"parni" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Okay. That do not belong to a single political party. He's got the crowd behind him. Of course, again is is. The condition of my soul is in the hands of God. But the Iowa caucuses are up to you. You like that's good. It's a pretty good line. Yes. It's absolutely true. I like to go to hobby lobby and get that framed. What I'm saying? Is yet you could absolutely disagree with is ideology, his theology. Whatever I thought it was a great comeback though. I mean, I I did. Yes. I mean, I thought that was good. I to by the way when you die. Did you see this story? This freaks me out. Man. Do you not want to talk about this? No you can. I mean, we discuss I know this is kind of meat. That's what freaks me out about it. Then I mean, this isn't like weekly world news known knocks news. This is real deal. Boy, here's the title of the piece when you die, quote, you know, you're dead because your brain keeps working on my God, scientists claim oh boy. Man. That's so uncomfortable for me why? Because when I was dead when I don't remember being dead. But you went without a pulse for forty minutes, technically flatlined. Yes. Yes. So I'm flatlined. Yeah. And people ask me all the time. What happened during those forty minutes right to which I can respond nothing that I'm aware of. I wish I had a great story for you. I mean, I wish my mind was wandering into field somewhere, and I was running up to tug on Jesus robe or something. But I wasn't you were just out. I don't remember any of it. No. But this freaks me out because you could be clinically declared dead in your brain is still working. Oh, daddy. Why they said if only for a short time, what how do they know that I guess brain scans would indicate that then right? This is the top medical experts take it again, this is from Fox News. Say top experts have disagreed about this forever over what happens when someone dies. With anecdotal evidence. Like, you said a bright lights and flashes reported by people who have come back being the cause of a lot of debate. We've heard those stories many times. This study suggests your consciousness carries on functioning after your heart stops beating and your body movements fail, which yeah, it the frightening thing is you're essentially trapped inside your own body with your brain still working that only for a short time. A little claustrophobic to begin with. Yeah. But this didn't happen to you. And you didn't have a pulse. No. I don't think it did. I mean, I pretty sure it didn't. But cow, dude. That's frightening. What's going through your brain at that time? Okay. That this these survivors of cardiac arrest aware of what was going on while they were dead before being brought back to life, and it suggests the deceased maven here themselves being pronounced dead by doctors. That's the weird part. Yes, I've heard I've I've got a book on this. Where people have heard themselves pronounced dead. But then come back come back. Yep. And here the family around them. Yeah. Circumstances is not open, but this is all going on. And they're keenly aware of it. So in this then and this is doc, Dr Sam Parni a- studying consciousness after death examining cardiac arrest cases, this is in Europe, ending United States said people in the first phase of death may still experience some form of consciousness. I phase what does that mean? I don't know. You know, just you still have a sense of what's happening around do that long. No. Because you are without oxygen to your brain. So it's only going to function in a level for so long because after your heart attacks, and yes, you remember nothing. I'll only thing I remember is hearing your voice say just change the name of the show, Jamie Margaret show. That's not true. No. I don't remember seeing this seriously. Thing. I remember is being loaded onto an ambulance. Okay. And I remember them calling my name over and over again. To try to get me to respond in any way. I could which I couldn't. But I do remember that. And I was yes was shocked back then. And you don't remember seeing me until like November months after why was there? Yes. Cash. Dang it. I listen, I wouldn't change anything about that. I really wouldn't. But I think about the our space spent there, you didn't even know I didn't know, you didn't know or you wouldn't remember. And then I could have just lied later and said, yeah, I was there everyday man, you could have were pretty much. But no, I mean, it's I don't I I wish everybody asks me that though. I mean, people are curious about what happens after you die. I get that. Well, according to this guy doing the study said a lot of people described watching doctors and nurses working, and they'll describe having awareness of full conversations of visual things that were going on that would otherwise not be known to them. But that wasn't your experience different experiences. And then you know, as far as explaining when a patient is officially declared dead. He said it's all based on the moment when the heart stops, technically speaking, that's how you get the time of death. But there might be still some brain activity fascinating for some people. It's frightening and terrifying. I understand. Well, I don't know. If it's well, you said, it's scary. It is scary. Because I I can't I don't I can't think about it. I if I do I'll see I keep thinking if I have some sort of therapy like psychotherapy or something. There that maybe I'll have some memory of it. I don't know. I'm not sure I wanna remember. That's the thing is man. You talk about a topper for a store. That's a mic drop moment on no doubt. And he looked at me and said sorry. You've got more work to do or the elevator shafts gonna drop hang on you got one more shot. Yeah. That's it. I don't know. And if I'm if I'm of the Catholic persuasion, then I would have gone to maybe purgatory where you all could afraid me in. I guess so. Yes. All right. Well, I wanted to bring this up to all right? Switching gears that all freaked out. Well, maybe this freak you out. Did you see this study about major league baseball umpires in how wrong they are? Yeah. People are talking about the robot on I swear on TV. We can all see what a ball isn't what a strike is. We do. Oh my goodness. This is crazy. They got the got thirty two thousand calls wrong in two thousand eighteen. Yeah. That's she's. That seems enormous. They have the technology to look at every ball and strike call and where it landed in the grid. And then you just that you would get the robot would make the call and whoever whoever's working like upstairs would relay that call to the home play down then call the ball their strike based on the information super quick. I mean, it would be super quick. But if you put it up on the big screen, you know, right away. We know watching TV. Yeah. See that's the problem. I think because if we know if we know watching the game and everybody else knows by the big screen, then you gotta make the call. Right. Exactly. The right thing I've pushed back on this because I like the human element. I like the fact that you get kicked out and getting his face and yell and scream and throw bats. And I like that element of a game. And we'll be gone now because it'd be no question. But another thing you hear all the time. If you follow this game at all is you got your high strike guys. Low strike is your corner. Guy. Yes. Finally that happen. I agree that should not happen. But check this out. There's another part of this is just as far as technology goes. So twenty percent of the time the wrong, but when batters had two strikes the error rate for all increased incorrect calls happen. Twenty nine percent of the time. Almost double the air rate when the better had one or no strikes, and they also found out who do you think's better the the newer ups? Manipulated or the old guys? I would think the newer arms because they would have more of a recent training or are people have been recently grading them. So you think they'd be better? I would think but by probably wrong, they are are they really actually much better and much more accurate than the tenured veterans. I just find this interesting man, I know technology can be used for good things. Yes. And you can keep at home played on who would call the safer alcohol at the plate. Yes. For fare fall balls that sort of thing. Checked the balls and strikes the robot? Scientists have figured out how to get teenagers to eat healthy. Did you hear about this? My dad did too longtime really interesting next..

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"parni" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

10:44 min | 2 years ago

"parni" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Now, the data show on news ninety six point five DVR. That's the thing. Right. I mean, if we were talking about say a Don lemon, for example, he's called an anchor on the network. He's somebody who gives opinions it gets confusing after well same thing with Anderson Cooper or Chris Cuomo their anchors, therefore, they're asking questions and gathering information. Our Jim Acosta at White House free things asking questions gathering information. Instead all these people share their innermost feelings on certain topics their emotions they debate in certain situations. And that's that's not what the job is. And I think that's for mistrust comes to within people watching at home watching the media. They don't know who the anchors are from the opinion people from the pundits anymore. True. That's show contra who's absolutely right in that third hour of the program. Hey, beta Aurora has a problem. Well, he's got a lot of them. But it so he was saying how Yang thinking about running twenty twenty and I have to so I have to this. It's getting catty. Oh my gosh. I love this. It's like not even twenty twenty. I mean, it's only two thousand eighteen in. It's just not even Christmas yet. And it's already getting so caddy my favorite thing in the world are caddy little catty progressives. Oh, goodness. So this is from the week and it call says. Betas beta twenty twenty s Obama problem. And this is very good. So great. Aurora is visibly imitating Obama's affect and speaking style and even looks like him. And he's adopted much of Obama's rhetoric, and they gets into its natural and understandable that ambitious politicos will attempt to, cultivate, and affects similar to the best politician in a generation, but worryingly Iraq also appears to have the same mixture mixture of rhetoric on social issues and banking policy. Cynicism etcetera etcetera. Well, and that's one of several hot takes that. I've read if people who say that they believe. That he's kind of Kabanov Obama style. But then we have already Rhonda manuals that he's is a jerk. He's like the Chicago. He's he's like kid rock with no musical talent. And then in L A for America. I'm kidding. I like it. Right. He was he actually he was asked about this. And this is really funny. He goes he was asking about Obeida. He was beta. Here's a oh, wow. That was a beta O'Rourke oral bomb. He was asked whether or not. He thinks that he's the serious contender for twenty twenty. And he literally said, why would you why would why would you basically nominate a loser like him? Oh, what a so. Great and loser literally he'd literally lost his Senate race after he spent how many eighty million eighty million dollars. It was crazy. Rare time. I agree with Robin manual. Yeah. He's like he he he he is. He doesn't think that he thinks he's a loser. He was asked. He says an uneven Pfeiffer said that. Well, he and others were well, it was it was Rahm Emanuel and others who are saying. Well, why he's not the strongest candidate in the field. That's kind of whether intimating here. So we're on an annual and he's only the party's Newhart drop right now. He's not going to be later on. I feel as though Rahm Emanuel saving his back pats for somebody who's a maybe in the an Obama accolade in that in that realm. Today. They don't like him. There's going to it's going to be a crowded field going into twenty twenty. But they don't like them. They don't like beta O'Rourke, and I just don't think that he would be. I mean, what does he accomplished isn't accomplished anything? And he he he's they spent all that money on him. And he only what for a couple of points. They're just they're trying to see the ground through him. You know, so. Heavens the. There's all kinds of good stuff out here today. I have to tell you the story that is pretty insane. And it has to do with a student at Harvard. Who is being told to move. She's been a victim because she doesn't want to be defenseless over at free beacon. And she reached out as well. We're going to have on the show next week. A Massachusetts landlord told a Harvard University graduate that he wanted her to move out of her apartment because she legally owned a firearm and her roommates didn't like it. It's pretty crazy. Her name's Leyla, Bernie, and the president of avid management said since it's clear that she wants to keep her firearms. It would be best for all parties. If she found somewhere else to live. So she had sent me an Email explaining this is how it happened as well. Her roommates. Thought. Well, they found that she had a maga- hat, and she was from Alabama. And so they figured she had a gun. And so they went and rifled through her entire room searching for it. Yeah. They went through they searched her entire room. To find her firearms. The craziest thing ever that. I've ever read. She had told me that she was on a weekend trip. And and she says, I'm a well trained, well educated legal gun owner. And she had hidden and secured her firearms in her room and her roommates because they said, they she says they told her we saw that you had a maga- hat and come on you're from Alabama. So we just kind of assume that you had something. And they decided while she was away to completely go through her entire room her drawers her closet under her bed. Rifling through Oliver close her socks her underwear everything trying to find her firearms. And she could not believe that they violated her privacy like that. And. She. And she's in Leyla Parni asked. Well, why didn't you wait until why didn't you just ask me? And so they had a a house meeting, and she was told that she had quote, no right to have firearms and her she was telling her roommates that she was actually well within her legal rights. And so then they decided to go and tell the landlord and the landlord said, well, even though you're doing everything legally you have to leave. And she said, but six people went into my bedroom and went there every single one of my drawers and completely went through everything. So now, she has to leave and she's trying to gear up for finals. But now, she also has to find a new apartment pack, everything up and move Oliver stuff out. Which is this. It's bigotry, it's it's discriminatory and its awfulness. I feel so bad for her. This is ridiculous. And of course, the roommates violated her privacy. Of course. Now, they these summerville police department. Was also contacted apparently by the landlord they wanted her to go and look at they want. I guess according to the free beacon. She said she'd been living there with in September without incident, and but she had that make-america-great-again hat in her room. And so their landlord contacted captain James Donovan of the Somerville. Police department to inspect her firearms to make sure they were in compliance with Massachusetts law. Yes. So Parni agreed and let the police come in after her roommate's ransacked her room. Apparently. And they said she's in compliance with all applicable laws. She's not breaking any gun. She's not breaking any laws. And so. Even I mean, the roommate's still didn't care. They were like, you just just know they thought the guns quote might go off on their own. According to free beacon. Yeah. So this and she said that her motivations for owning firearms have been ignored. She is the victim of domestic violence. She is a survivor. While and undergrad she was physically abusive relationship. And she wants to make sure that she can protect herself. Roommates don't care. She feels as though she's being punished for being a lawful gun on her. And she's right. She is. I wonder if there's grounds for suit against the landlord for discrimination. I really wonder from moving costs and all of that. Because that's what this is it's discrimination. You have a bunch of bigots who apparently had they want women to be disarmed vulnerable. And they want them to become victims. That's what I have to assume. I would say of the two entities the roommates or the landlord would probably be the roommates. It'd be more liable than the landlord because the landlord can actually do whatever the landlord decides he wants to do with the property or wants to allow the property, and he can choose who comes and goes, it's his property. I would say there's more of a case against the roommates. Yeah. Roommates are I would I mean, I would be like they harassed they trespass because isn't there in that she rents I mean, she has some legal protections there. I would say these roommates trespassed, you could couldn't you get criminal trespass charges harassment. Emotional bully. I don't know. I would I'd I'd get into warfare. That's me though. Oh, I completely would. So I don't know. I mean, it's it's. Yeah. I don't know. It's just it's sad. But she's right. She's being punished for being just a law abiding gun owner, and she doesn't want to be a victim again. That's so sad. See I'm tired of people's shaming women, simply because they all this all this Bs about oh, we believe women should be empower whiff to believe women me to defend women, believe them all. But my gosh, don't you dare. Let them have a gun. It's better that it's more virtuous for them to.

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"parni" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"parni" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Also can we just talk about? Why were they stealing a tire? I'm not really sure they needed one was their getaway car full of Solan merchandise, by the way. Did it have a flat? I don't. Grab one of these. Sure. Okay. Well, if you could find out that'd be great. I mean, dumb people doing things that's the name of the game every day right here on crazy stupid. Okay. I wanna take you to South Carolina. Okay. And I want to take you on a journey to some stuff. Okay. So imagine you are Alicia mostly or savannah, fruity. Freaky, mostly fruit. Okay. Savannah fruit. She Alicia, they come home. They're like me. We're coming home from Parni. Will we have so much fun? Wait, wait a minute. Why is honored Zora locked now? This is shocking for them because the women had had a break in last month. And so they'd had their lock replaced. They were literally the only ones with keys for the dead bolt. But they arrive home about the two why and door was unlocked. So somebody creeping gotten in careening, right? So then they go inside. And sure enough a bunch of stuff had been stolen. Want to know what it is? Yeah. Pizza. I'm sorry. Pizza was stolen. Hot dogs dogs frozen pizzas. A bottle of Jack Daniels in something else. And it's the something else that earned them crazy stupidity status. Is.

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"parni" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"parni" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Thank you. Light music for moaning from is unknown. That's a song coat of young rose. They were meant to be the bright new things of K pop bought just a few days after I was released. I have found themselves broiled and rather complex political row on techy bureau chief Yana Wilson has been across this and his joining us on the line. Now, this is not something that sounds like it not tread for k pop is not something you would expect to be modern political controversy. What if they dumb? Although it has happened before after say, you might expect expected, but it does happen. So basically, this group is a is one. Have you want wanna say it was put together on a TV show in South Korea by South Korean cable TV channel it's the third outing for this series. And there are twelve members the public votes nine Korean members three Japanese and the band released a Monday over exciting. And now, it seems that one of the Japanese members has full and foul of the the fans in South Korea. Parni she sang the national anthem for the Self Defense Forces which really puts beyond the pale far as the South Korean fans will be concerned there's a petition to get rid of her and possibly the other two members. They've kind of been caught in the crossfire haven't I because there are any number of tricky issues in South Korea and Japan. So anything that implies Fum nece Japan is probably not going to get on very well. Yeah. That's right. At the moment relations have been pretty good recently moon, Jae-in Chinda baby making quite good show of getting on. Okay. It's always a tricky relationship. But they're all these very specific issues that, you know, once they come up, they flare up very very quickly comfort women this territorial dispute some islands, doctor to the Koreans Takeshima to the Japanese and then this week that was a ruling about slave labor Koreans who were forced to work for Nippon Steel joined the war when Japan ruled the Korean peninsula. They have been awarded a fairly small amount of compensation. It was four plaintiffs three of them have died one of the still alive. But the big argument is from the Japanese side. They would totally shocked that Japan felt everything being resolved. When relations were normalised in nineteen sixty five and all compensation claims had been cleared, and this really is the door to any number of individual complaints. This this small store. About a k pop j pop collaboration is it. It's a sort of microcosm. But of big a very very complex political story. And you know, it happens. It has happened with these bands before and if BTS which is probably the biggest Korean bound in the world now that that coming to Japan lighted this month to noise at Tokyo, die maps that massive venue. They've had a similar problem. Knifing working with. Yes, she Kyoto who's a Japanese producer and the fans they the very passionate fans. Decided that he was completely unacceptable and they've had the song removed from the upcoming Japanese album in these issues do come up. He was deemed to be a right winger. They didn't like his views. They also felt he was himself. But it's no on heard of this to happen. It's hard to imagine that the soothing sounds of k pop couldn't heal this kind of political divide. I'm glad to find it thing. Many don't I mean, I think you know, it seems so in many ways, it's very well produced. It's quite added on you think it's offensive. But that'd been a lot of she is around lyrics OBT s they had this problem with the chemo tip previously. They've had problem with being accused of using misogynistic lyrics and also cuts into dramas we had one act actor Korean actor who he got involved in a rela- by Koreans to to Takashima, doctor, whatever you want to call these islets, and then the Japanese were up in arms that he got involved in what was seen as a very political act for an act to so entertainment and politics, they do crossover. It has to be said simply back in the days of the Beatles. I suspect and a Wilson in Tokyo. Thank you very much..

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"parni" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

15:04 min | 2 years ago

"parni" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"AM and ninety four one FM. Welcome back. Mark Gober with us. We'll get to your calls as well. This hour. Mark the near death experiences again, and we were talking about whether the brain hallucinate shows that light that everybody seems to see going into that tunnel or whether something is really going on here. Is a difficult. Call isn't it? I'm glad you brought this up George. This is a really really important one. Because if if there is some truth in what people are experiencing beyond a hallucination, perhaps it gives us into a window into a reality that we typically don't see with her is I think we should explore this one further my perspective on it. After having looked at the evidence to me. The most compelling pieces of evidence are the cardiac arrest. Studies known as prospective cardiac arrest studies. So this is where people have their in cardiac arrest resuscitate it and the experimental talk to them soon after they're able to soon after they've had the experience rather than asking people to remember something that might have happened twenty or thirty years ago. So these are cardiologists, for example, Dr pin Ben Lommel Parni out from Stony Brook is another one the wheel are looking at this. And what they're finding is is that some percentage of people who are in cardiac arrest comeback and describe this near death experience. And why is that significant in cardiac arrest, this is severe physiological trauma, in many cases, the person is clinically dead. We know that when the heart stops after a certain amount of time. There's no blood flow to the brain the brain stops functioning. So if there is minimal or no brain functioning, we would not expect people to have these experiences that are so vivid to them. And as I mentioned earlier, sometimes what they report during the near death experience when they're out of their body is verified as being accurate later. One example in particular is from Dr Sam party in a peer review journal called resuscitation in two thousand fourteen one of the patients in particular had a very vivid out of body experience where he heard something in the room. It was later found to be the defibrillator, and we know that this happened during the time he had no brain functioning because the times were being stamps. And we know when the defibrillator went off, and it made it, very distinct. It's down. And yet this person came back in described the sound in the room that happened when his brain off where there have been cases as well were somebody is literally gone through this near death experience there floating above their body. They see the nurse and the doctor and everybody in attendance talking about the person, you know. Well, sorry, we're losing Emmys dying or whatever then the come the person comes back into his body Intel's the attending doctor exactly what he heard in it, boggles your mind. Absolutely it. It doesn't make sense. According to this materialist perspective that we need a functional brain in order to have conscious experience and memories. But what I found is that there are very credible. Scientists that are looking at this. For example, the university of Virginia the division of perceptual studies at the med school has looked at this very closely. And Dr Bruce, Grayson is one person in particular who's look at these phenomena, and is finding that something is happening when the brain is not functional and people are able to report things like what you described where they couldn't have known about things through normal means. And it seems as though their rain was off. And they said something that was accurate, which is not by definition. It's not hallucination, Mark. We're on six hundred twenty terrestrial radio stations as we speak, and they're all sending out signals in the cities and markets that they are in. You can't see those radio signals. But they're out there is that a little bit. What this is like consciousness were sending out signals that you can't really see. But they're out there. That's such an important point. I think we tend to be biased by what are ordinary perceptual systems. Can tell us particularly our eyes and our ears. But we know it's not even controversial to say that our eyes show a small sliver of the electromagnetic spectrum and what we're dealing with. Here may be something totally separate from the EM spectrum. But we know that our is only show us a very small sliver of reality. So I do think that maybe there are things beyond what our normal ordinary perceptual systems can show us that our existing, but we just don't perceive them. All right. Let's take some calls here for you as they begin to line up. And I've still got a whole slew of questions for you, Mark. And by the way, for a non scientist, you're doing an incredible job on this topic. You've learned a lot haven't you? I have. And I hope to summarize it in a way that a general audience can absorb it. Let's go to Bill from west, Hartford, Connecticut. Connecticut Bill, by the way is an amateur astronomer and innate theorist. Hey, bill. Hi, george. Hi. Hi, mark. Yes. I am irrational atheist and materialist. However, I do think that there is something to near death experiences. I do think there is a phenomenon going on. I just think regarding NDA's where where the mind I would use the word mine, not soul, but mind or conscious goes exists temporarily during the MD is not heaven or hell in a religious census. Like, there's no God or no devil. I would call it an energy dimension or an energy university of a new term for it. I would call it maybe singularity and no space, no time dimension. But my question to you is typically I like to sort of question your whole. Premise by talking about site medications. I'll explain psychiatric medications medications free during Zaidi or depression. Whether it's anti anxiety drugs. Kloten zanex her antidepressants or major tranquilizers neuroleptics affect chemically the brain. And therefore, they do affect chemically the consciousness, meaning the mind. So by changing biologically, biochemical, the brain to these medications or even aspirin or Tylenol. Ibuprofen can can affect the brain headaches the going back to psych meds. They can affect the brain chemically. We know that positively affects the mind that's my first part. My second part of this. Same one question is Alzheimer's disease, dementia affects the brain does affect the conscious system minds does show in. Here's my question for you. It doesn't show that if the mind and the brain are not the same thing at least the brain is. Connected to the mine is connected to the brains. I'm trying to say. Thank you very much for your question Bill, and this is something I do address in the book. And I've thought a lot about personally because we do know that there's a strong correlation between what happens in the brain and the type of conscious experience we have whether it's like medications or if someone gets in a car accident, and then has cognitive impairments. We know there's a correlation. What I argue and some others argue this as well is that correlation does not always imply causation. In other words, just because two things are related to one another. We can't autumn medically conclude that one causes the other. So here's a simplistic example from Dr Bernardo Castro when when I mentioned in my book, imagine you have a fire. Lots of firefighters show up. You have a larger fire more firefighters show up a very strong correlation between the size of the fire and the number of firefighters that appear at the scene. We know however that the firefighters did not cause the fire. That's not the nature of. The relationship, but the firefighters are highly related to the fire. So I've you the brain in a bit of a different way with the brain highly related to consciousness, you damage, the brain, you, take psych med, the brain and consciousness will be affected, but the brain view it more as like a filtering mechanism or like an antenna receiver which similarly which show a strong correlation between what's happening in the brain and conscious experience, but it's not the producer of consciousness. What is what do you think Mark of reincarnation? Well, I have a chapter on that my book, and I talked about the studies done at the university of Virginia. I think there is evidence for it. We've had some incredible stories of people who have talked about their past lives, including little children. And it just is remarkable when they're checked out. There's no way that they would know certain things unless they experienced it. I it's it's mind boggling, isn't it? George. I agree with you. It's chapter eleven of my book. And I think the most compelling cases in addition to children being able to recall things that they shouldn't have any way of knowing sometimes verified by medical records by the professors is in some cases, the children have birthmarks or physical deformities that are very specific that match the way the child describes dying in the previous life. Yes. And in some cases, the medical records are found. So it's it's something that's beyond genetics beyond environment, which the two factors typically considered to affect the physical. Something else is going on. And the researchers call it a third factor or a person's petrified of water. And then somehow in hypnosis they died in a past life by drowning. Let's say exactly so it's preferences and fears that somehow are transferred to something beyond the body seems to be transferred from wanting system to another. Ostensibly, we have Mony in Sunland, California with us. Hi monique. Go head. Right, george. I have a question for your gas. Sure. How high thank you for being on the show. So back in two thousand one I experienced. I told Tom was set on but it was actually six mental telepathic experiences within one week. I had a spiritual revelation that made me become vegetarian in instant. Now. There was no one around no food. No animals. I was by myself. And I guess I like to know people that are telepathic. Now, you said that people are are usually good with meditation. I I haven't done a let 'em meditation in my life. But I have been on my own a tremendous amount of time. I'm a a deep thinker. I'm spiritual. And I think I'm an empathetic person. I wanted to know if these qualities allow people to be more Pella Pathak, and in addition for about twenty two years, I seen double and triple digit on the clock on you know, addresses license plates and whatnot. And this phenomenon has become bigger in society at the time. I didn't know what was going on. And people. Didn't understand what I was trying to tell them. But I kind of thinking that this might be telepathic experience as well. Seeing something like two two two on the clock thinking important message it, you know, something important in your life seeing signs. So I kind of think that it's all intertwined, and then just one more thing. A while ago. Someone had told me, you know, the spirit in the solar actually different. I believe in maybe bible, or some religions, it's the body mind, spirit soul. And so I kind of think that what you're saying is differentiating between. It's like the spirit or the toll of the person is it's side, and the spirits inside or or either or, but I kind kinda think of it on a spiritual level what you're saying as well. I would think Mark that the spirits in the sole AB one in the say, what do you think? Yeah. Thank you for your question. Monique? I tend to agree with you, George, and there's analogy I love also from Dr Bernardo Castro, which summarizes the way I think about things. Which is to imagine reality as being like a stream of water where water represents consciousness and each of us is like a world tool within that stream. So we're having a localized individual experience within the broader stream, but we're fundamentally still made out of water. So what happens when the physical body dies? That's like a world full dissipating, and the water doesn't leave the stream it just transitions into a different state. And so the water to me is consciousness and consciousness is having variety of experiences, whether localized in a whirlpool or otherwise in the stream, do you think that consciousness is a normal process of living or it's supernatural? The way I view consciousness is that it's like Max Planck. He said, I regard consciousness as fundamental regard matter as derivative from consciousness, meaning that consciousness is the basic underpinning of reality and quantum mechanics and other things point to that. But I've you everything that we experience as being basically a modulation that is happening within consciousness, how has this new knowledge for you? Mark changed your life. It's changed it massively. I alluded to this earlier that the materialist perspective that I subscribe to leads to a very bleak outlook on life. What's your brains off? It's over, and I understood the implications of that. And I think that's what our education system is teaching. Now, I think that that consciousness does not die when the body dies because consciousness isn't dependent on the body. So I see much more meaning in life. There's another phenomenon that I think is really really important. And I think I wish this had been taught to me a long time ago but going back to the near death experiences. What people often report is known as a life review where the experience their whole life in a flash. And again, this is when their brain is either offer highly impaired, and they're judging themselves for how they acted during their life. But this is the kicker that really I think about this every day that some people report experiencing the life review through the eyes of those affected. So let's say, Bob. Harmed chain in his life. And Bob is having a life review. He might experience the pain through chains is and he comes back to his life forever. Change carrying much more about how he treats people rather than material goods. So when we talked about meaning in life the life review is a potential lens. If we take that as a literal phenomenon about, you know, the purpose here is really to treat one another..

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"parni" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

No Such Thing As A Fish

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"parni" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

"It's really, it's a fun game to play at home is to think of people who've got to first names but actually have all those names. I would say, Elton is the least I name me of all of them and he's chosen that is his first name. That's true right fan Elton, Ben. God, honestly, I've got a list of about I thirsty we're compiled years ago also compiling them together. I liked that you've turned this into being your solo project. Is that how you'll remember the podcast. Just to quickly say Hercules is the middle name of his pseudonym Elton, John real name. I, I heard that he named after the horse in the old sitcom Steptoe and son by don't if that's true. That's true. The middle name her, yes. It wasn't the middle nine though was that it was the horses first and only nine. He only had one daughter in that respect. Well, might not have been. You just never know hoses surname because they get very little post. Good point. Yeah, on musical Sweden Ellison, John recorded version of Lucy and this guy with diamonds in nineteen seventy three and John Lennon played on it. But lots of the Beatles when they're recording of the things they use, you didn't names and John Lennon's was Winston booby. Winston, of course, being his middle name, John Lennon's, middle name. Bougie being his mother's maiden name thing. I always doing Beatles facts with Don here because he has to pretend to be excited to learn. But you know, he knows all of them have a test for done a Beatles test. So John Lennon Paul McCartney the only played one gig together as a double act. It was in thousand nine hundred sixty at a pub and Caversham what would they called. Remember the nook twin. Yeah, that's right. You should have given him more time. There were only three people drinking in the pub on, nobody's nobody knew who they were easy for us to just say the nook twins now. The narc twins. That's right. Yes. Someone else who chooses funny names in order to embarrass people is Kate beckon sale who says that she chooses the name Sigourney beaver when she books into hotels because she really likes well, first of all, she really admires to any Weaver. And there's no way of saying that, which actually seems like not awake of. And also because she says her husband hates it. When hotel employees call him. Mr. beaver. Which you can understand I gave her isn't the first name if you think about that? No. I get confused by this checking into hotels thing because I think they just ask you for possible when you check into tell and no one, I don't think came back and sell has had a possible made laborious to give a credit card. Except Elton, John. When he does get to these hotels, he sends his suit in them ahead and they used to make up office stationery for him. When he arrived in the room, it would have his pseudonym on headed paper on which quite cool. So you know, I think you you have to be famous don't. So I think our personal experience, I suppose is them just looking at your password credit card, but maybe if you're Elton John John Lennon, they make some allowances. We've got a, we've got a marquee coming to the hotel. But to give it a big room. So I'm confused. Okay. Cost bulls. People seem to book flights under pseudonyms a lot, or they claim that they do. So Marilyn Monroe Parni booked flights under the name Zelda zonked again, not saying you can actually do in your booking fly you there in the fiftieth Johnny Depp says he does it. Johnny Depp claims that he's always giving himself student any books, loads of tickets in Iraq. Let's take private jets, right? Yeah, isn't Johnny Depp at the moment. He's basically he spends all his money on ridiculous things. Doesn't they? Yeah. Like hunter s Thompson's ashes into space, man. So I recognize private jet guy. Also, actually Elton, John Lewis been in trouble for spending too much money hasn't he has he? He was doing..

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"parni" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

This Is Why You're Single

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"parni" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

"I was at the stag i think americans call it a bachelor it's like chris british cheerio chris parni last week and the groom asked if my fiance had any dietary requirements for the food i said i didn't think she was invited as it was just my name on the invite and there wasn't a plus one he said that was a mistake and she should come however she's working that weekend and she can't get out of it she's a nurse cut to today my friends girlfriend has been invited in my fiance's place i totally get that it's not my wedding or anything but i'm still annoyed it's like i have foam oh on my fiance's half what do you guys think ps ps bring back bro knick fan of knicks alterego he's referring to the laura pregnancy announcement episode where you saw my husband's alterego bronac chronic what are what are your thoughts should this is a lot of like wedding etiquette questions what do you think it sounds like the bride and groom are working their way down the list of priorities to invite and i'm really sorry but it's also not your wedding like if they want to invite people sorry sucks for your fiance but i don't know like it's not your wedding you can't force her to be invited yeah in my opinion a so i said it sounds like i agree with you it sounds like the wedding couple kinda fucked up not putting your name on the invite and it was probably an oversight as etiquette goes beyond say's should definitely get an invite from the start in my opinion livan's probably should to before whatever reason like mistakes happen when you're doing the guest list like when i was doing my wedding like some names got spelled wrong i forgot someone was in a relationship can't remember who broke up with whatever it happens to everyone also another option is maybe they got more declines than they thought so they had some extra spots and they changed their mind about you bringing your fiance to be honest they're like okay let's go to our be list you know like all right let's give out some extra plus ones and we're going to like pretend that it was a mistake and that the fans it was always invite as we don't offend them and i think they're pretending it was a mistake but who knows this it does particularly suck because you're the one who really does deserve the plus one you have say seven years they've you guys have met but i wouldn't you can't really be mad at the couple because they gave you the option i on the other hand it's annoying that they pass it to your friends it ruins your bros weekend i would be kind of annoying that your friend i'd be like dude you should've just turned down i'm gonna bring my fiance legit thought we were having like bros weekend why have to bring your girlfriend that like you haven't even been with like that long i don't know but if you're going to be mad at anyone be mad at the friend who's accepting this extra plus one but at the end of the day just have fun get drunk on the free booze yeah i feel like it's even a stretch to be mad at the friend because like are you really going to begrudge him like a fun weekend with his girlfriend right for what reason like it's one of those things where you can be annoyed i get it but i don't know if you necessarily need to say anything to anyone don't say anything just be like secretly mad let it fester all right what else do we have in the mailbox for hannah to help us answer okay now we have one for meg meg writes one of my really good friends wants to set me up with her boyfriend's best friend she mentioned the smi months ago.

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"parni" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"parni" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And welcome back to coast to coast what stephen schwartz his latest book is called awakening and all of aliens and consciousness and we'll take calls with stephen next hour stephen let's talk a little bit about consciousness and really the importance of that when is consciousness part of the human brain or outside of it in your opinion actually let me reframe that a little bit i would say consciousness is fundamental it is the fundamental ethics it exists independent of space and time i would say that conscious that individual consciousness which is part of a larger matrix periodically manifest physical being if if the question is dead meat no consciousness no i think the nash i think the near death experience research as made that very clear there now over thirteen million people in the united states alone whoever reported having near death experiences there are thousands of doctors who have had patients who have had near death experiences there are researchers like sam parni a who are specialists in a new kind of medicine didn't even exist fifteen years ago recess the tation medicine and they are locking down very tightly exactly what the parameters of physical death are and yet they are continuing to get reports of people who have had near death experiences i mean they're not all as dramatic as some of the famous dramatic ones but people are having these experiences very it's clear to me i think the evidence actually is is quite clear to anybody who will look at it straightforwardly that consciousness exists before you are physically in and it continues after your physically dead that there is a continuity of consciousness and and that consciousness fx space time not space time affecting consciousness as an example of what i mean is we know from experimental studies that it's possible for consciousness to not only affect the physical structure of things but also the aesthetic experience you have i just i'm just about her i don't think it's out yet but i'm about to publish a paper on wine water in the sacred i got interested experimentally in why wine and water are show much apart of all of human religious rituals i mean you see it everywhere i mean it's part of catholicism it's part of protestant him in the communion idea of holy water clearly for many thousands of years human beings have.

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"parni" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"parni" Discussed on WRVA

"And welcome back to coast to coast what what stephen schwartz's latest book is called awakening a novel of aliens and consciousness and we'll take calls with stephen next hour stephen let's talk a little bit about consciousness and really the importance of that when is consciousness part of the human brain or outside of it in your opinion actually i let me reframe that a little bit i would say consciousness is fundamental it is the fundamental ethics it exists independent of space and time i would say that conscious that individual consciousness which is part of a larger matrix periodically manifest physical kapoor aol being if if the question is dead meat no consciousness no i think the nash i think the near death experience research has made that very clear there now over thirteen million people in the united states alone whoever reported having near death experiences there are thousands of doctors who have had patients who have had near death experiences there are researchers like sam parni a who are specialists in a a new kind of medicine didn't even exist fifteen years ago recess the tation medicine and they are locking down very tightly.

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"parni" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"parni" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"And welcome back to coast to coast what stephen schwartz's latest book is called awakening novel of aliens and consciousness and we'll take calls with stephen next hour stephen let's talk a little bit about consciousness and really the importance of that when is consciousness part of the human brain or outside of it in your opinion actually i let me reframe that a little bit i would say consciousness is fundamental it is the fundamental ethics it exists independent of space and time i would say that conscious that individual consciousness which is part of a larger matrix periodically manifest physical portrayal being if if the question is dead meat no consciousness no i think i think the near death experience research as made that very clear there now over thirteen million people in the united states alone whoever reported having near death experiences there thousands of doctors who have had patients who have had near death experiences there are researchers like sam parni a who are specialists in a new kind of medicine didn't even exist fifteen years ago recess the tation medicine and they are locking down very tightly exactly what the parameters of physical death are and yet they are continuing to get reports of people who have had near death experiences i mean they're not all as dramatic as some of the famous dramatic ones but people are having these experiences very it's clear to me i think the evidence actually is is quite clear to anybody who will look at it straightforwardly that consciousness exists before you are physically in and it continues after you're physically dead that there is a continuity of consciousness and and that consciousness affects space time not space time affecting consciousness as an example of what i mean is we know from experimental studies that it's possible for consciousness to not only affect the physical structure of things but also the aesthetic experience you have i just i'm just about or i don't think it's out yet but i'm about to publish a paper on wine water in the sacred i got interested experimentally in why wind and water are so much a part of all of human religious rituals i mean you see it everywhere i mean it's part of catholicism it's part of protestant the communion idea of holy water clearly for many thousands of years human beings have believed on the empirical observation that something happens when focused intention is.

stephen schwartz united states sam parni fifteen years
"parni" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"parni" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"And welcome back to coast to coast what stephen schwartz's latest book is called the weakening a novel of aliens and consciousness and we'll take calls with stephen next hour stephen let's talk a little bit about consciousness and really the importance of that win is consciousness part of the human brain or outside of it in your opinion actually let me reframe that a little bit i would say consciousness is fundamental it is the fundamental ethics it exists independent of space and time i would say that conscious that individual consciousness which is part of a larger matrix periodically manifests physical being if if the question is dead meat no consciousness no i think i think the near death experience research as made that very clear there now over thirteen million people in the united states alone whoever reported having near death experiences there are thousands of doctors who have had patients who have had near death experiences there are researchers like sam parni a who are specialists in a new kind of medicine didn't even exist fifteen years ago recess attention medicine and they are locking down very tightly exactly what the parameters of physical death are and yet they are continuing to get reports of people who have had near death experiences i mean they're not all as dramatic as some of the famous dramatic ones but people are having these experiences very it's clear to me i think the evidence actually is is quite clear to anybody who will look at it straightforwardly that consciousness exists before you are physically incarnation and it continues after your physically dead that there is a continuity of consciousness and and that consciousness fx space time not space time affecting consciousness as an example of what i mean is we know from experimental studies that it's possible for consciousness to not only affect the physical structure of things but also the aesthetic experience you have i just i'm just about or i i don't think it's out yet but i'm about to publish a paper on wine water in the sacred i got interested experimentally in why wine and water are so much apart of all of human religious rituals i mean you see it everywhere i mean it's part of catholicism it's part of protestant the communion idea of holy water clearly for many thousands of years human beings have believed on the empirical observation that something happens when focused intention is.

stephen schwartz united states sam parni fifteen years
"parni" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"parni" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"Okay sent it to me during mine sure yearly no okay division of perceptual states blah blah blah so and he doesn't eight dr jim tucker published an article in a journal called explore of several cases that suggest reincarnation so the way that jim tucker describes the reincarnation is that a typical reincarnation case is subjects reporting a pass life experience it up past i've experience a 100 percent of subjects who report these experiences our children and the age when they start remembering their past life is at thirty five months jesus so it's always it like matches up from case to case that it's around thirty five months so like what does that like two and a half i don't know maybe a 36 known only three almost three two and a half three years old yet through sold their descriptions are often remarkably detailed and specific and the children typically strict show very strong emotional involvement when they speak about their experiences that's awesome and some even cry and beg their parents to be to take them to what they say is they're real family yeah there's also a project called aware which was created by dr sam parni and i got really excited when i read this because so he's the assistant professor of medicine at stony brook university school of medicine he is really famer in the work of neardeath death experiences he actually wrote a book that i love that my dad recommended to me after he heard about he heard an interview with dr parni ah on npr and recommended this book to me in it so so good it's called a racing death the science that is rewriting the boundaries between life and death and at this he's like a a cardiologists like a doctor and he has he basically has all these case studies of people who've.

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"parni" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"parni" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"And he did and then he you know he put both feet forward and probably a little too forward who so called apologised see signs that we have that voice right yeah her answer i had a great uh mitrovica close by i haven't drink that much a prepare for the market down from five i saw technica which or private a call and ask slimes way car hard cranking all your all high uh donald trump town hall staring at me like that or throw at trump way after a yawning hold on all i forgot to tell you i love my show in your shower road ask quite time when i get to hooked up high pressure what by schwantz on throwing her critics graham to to me me i spend the next six months in alaska all right where i play a paraplegic dentist kids can never have a guy created bang were gone oh god blame assume that's how and healthy a man a greater hector off our already on trial of expremier osk's parni cross or sasco thaw crossing elk but also because the order of car ran out of a plan on fucking six point five lovely i'd have getting ahead of airbus onramp from sheila shown us all round how are right i got a horse or him criminal nightmare affects correct oil flatly acceptable facebook where i mean she short shape dumped you're on your day friday being at a climbing up are awful can criminal i can.

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"parni" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"parni" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Help this was an interesting story that came out this week in newsweek about what happens after he di roger here's one that's if we are to think about released few things see more absolute and death when it comes to actually pinpointing the moment when a person goes from alive two dead drawing the line is little more fraught the current medical definition of death is when the heart stops beating in an interview with life science and why you langone sam parni out palm analogies to studies resuscitation notes that from that point it takes up to twenty seconds before brain waves are no longer detectible according to party this sets up a longer chain of processes that leads to brain death if you manage to restart the heart which is what cpr attempts to do your gradually start to get the brain functioning again the longer doing cpr those brain cell death pathways are still happening they're just happening at a slightly slower rate parni a told life science and cases a cardiac arrest doctors usually are not able to restore blood flow to the brain that's why the experience of people who are successfully resuscitate it or so fascinating the live science story taps no vast history of efforts to find out and understand what are commonly called near death experiences and in 2014 study physicians interviewed over one hundred people a gun in the cardiac arrest and been successfully resuscitate it thirty nine percent of them described a perception of awareness even if they couldn't recount specifics there was another story about this earlier this week the talked about the that that when you die your brain is alive long enough that people that they think that you might even be able to realise you are die like knowing i am dying my body has died like a good twenty seconds or so of your of your brain figuring out what's going on.

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"parni" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

Money Radio 1200AM

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"parni" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

"To yeah words are your doctor growth as a thing this has been for years that is even increasing is cancer as the one thing that every by you ever been touched by you will you've got coming up in november tell a little bit about the conference that scott yup on october 23rd i will be speaking first of all i am speaking the academy for integrative health and medicine and san diego on cancer and then yes might conference we'll be november the 16th to the eighteenth it will be a day and a half overall integrated strategies in terms of health and then a day and a half focused i'm just and greater strategies in cancer research and cancer i've written articles her cancer journalists have served on little kentucky lung cancer research board for seven years and chairman for three years is still alive for physicians or is this for anybody this is primarily for health care practitioners but it is open to other uh highly interested individual '60s threw the exit now you also were a thigh the erupted you are very sorry you're on the for seven years the lung cancer and kentucky and that is extremely important and you've got some vital strategies that you're going to discuss peacefulness they call as you say the number one thing is stress increase metastases thirty four four thirty falls reversing by blocking the adrenalin the thing about is stress is the law of the times since don't take stress so why they put stress on people we got to be able to take strong soya from people and you've basically get into a selfhypnosis the he walk call that or if you wanna call it meditation when you become one with god you're stresses go away dumped they absolutely you know if it fifty patients who spiritual neardeath experience was not to lose it negative experiences like an alcoholic did and then he knows dr parni up in new york found individuals that attempt to sign the most negative near death experience are in a row the turned around that the last ball by the two years later he added another one and these solved beautiful experience that gives you hope that we all have hope like they say the bible ripe so i tell my new cancer patients hit the person i tell them listen if you're palm on your spiritual pathway they is doing what you.

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"parni" Discussed on AM-1230 WJOB

AM-1230 WJOB

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"parni" Discussed on AM-1230 WJOB

"Oh four point seven and twelve thirty now and we gotta run the purdue game i feel like they can my fingers them i grow right now and projectile vomiting on the indianapolis boulevard to break that tradition today what have no fear a new tradition has started facebook live months or morton at monster from parni hill field can i you can watch it right here on your phone pick it up go to facebook type in w j o b twelve thirty in there it is more nam wants you to put it on your phone it for your put it on your computer at home and if you you are fully technologically eligible for this you can watch it and you're living room but you will not be able to here morton at muenster here on an pro thirty w j o b tonight we will be airing what is perhaps a second rape college football programme here on the voice of the region they're they're trying to increase the mm increase the attendance so i know where you're saying why was rip out purdue so much only rip on through out of love i've been going to produce football game since i was five years old and my wife lafia my dad is probably the biggest purdue fan i've ever known are herta and it's this runs very deep in the family so it is out of love and respect for the football programme and hoping like hell that they get better that i say these things are case i'm jim low wholesome cut in a reason here on am thirty dummy in jail being one of four point seven i wanna go inside right now and i'm gonna get set up for you guys and if you wanna call in or anything like that to a ninety four five 1100 and i know i've got a couple of guests this morning i don't know who they are but i'm sure they'll be interesting i'll be right back on the voice so the region.

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