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"phil yeah" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Not having a good A good week. I really hope somebody is with him. Do you know what I mean? This is this is that's got to be really devastating. What he did was wrong. But Phil Yeah, just keep an eye on him. That's gonna be hard, especially cause it's a second time right? Because these feelings that he's having of like, what did I just do? Just had this a few months ago, played out on a national stage. And then he gets that second chance. And then what? Was it again? Yeah, we'll really have to see how he responds to this. But like you and I, said Donna yesterday he has He maybe has to have some baby sitters around him just to make sure that he's not. Yeah, just act like there's a camera recording. You 24 7. Let's all pretend that there are other famous people who have had these people around them to make sure they don't do dumb things. Maybe he needs one for morning TV news. Download the My talk Africa to my talk 171 dot com. Is brand new information, my talk dirt alerts at the top of every hour and at 8 2012 25 20 on my talk one of 71. What about where I'm going? I know where I'm coming from. I don't wanna be anything other than what of it. Try me, baby. Do you think of me and I'll be so much money. I'm tired of getting around on their what I gotta do What I'm supposed to be. Be anything that day. Hey, Hey. Good morning. Welcome back. You are listening to the Donna and Steve Show on my talk One of 71 Everything entertainment. Um you guys a fan of coming to America? Never seen it. Oh, my God, Stephen. So good bye. And you know me. I don't like comedies. Cheesy? Whatever. I just watched the, um the newest movie trailer for coming. To the number to America, and it looks really funny. We're talking James Earl Jones. We're talking Eddie Murphy. Arsenio Hall. Uh, did I say Leslie Jones already know. No, Leslie Jones. And the premise looks really cute. I believe we have a little bit of the trailer. Hey,.
"phil yeah" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Most of what I'm hearing is it's going to go beyond the 13th but will hope in seeing hope that state, the roof and other people that are communicate with the office can can can get us some kind of relief. You spoke about the 10 grand per restaurant, you know, just getting kicked around. But in reality when we measure that up with the leases and and all the expenses, I know firsthand that restaurant is some of them have to take that. And in a week Just to stay afloat depending on where the real estate is, Um, that's really not a lot of money. Comparative. If you could talk about several weeks, is it No. I mean it would help you out for a month or two. Probably most restaurant with would help you out for a month or two. Which I mean, they reckon just is about four week Shut down, so Yeah, I mean, but I think the biggest concern with the initial round of the PCP that came out to support all businesses and restaurants. The thing that was beautiful about that was you had You had bankers, local bankers who are as small business USDA bankers So they had a motive for the execution of that first round of P P P was was almost too good. It was almost like, you know, there's a lot of people that didn't need the money that got the money and then you know the ones that did And so there was there was a private Factor involved in that this you know, I'm you know, I don't want to be negative. But you know your biggest concern distance. I'm in this money's going 100% distributed by the state, which I mean, you know, there's been some problems with unemployment. So you know how fast you know it'll be. It'll be a question of execution. Now. The city of Louisville has also done a support. For businesses and restaurants and AH local program Metro Louisville did that was that was actually executed at a really high level and everybody down in the, uh um You know, Rebecca Flash Acre and her crew down there. The mayor's office did a really nice stuff, job executing that program, so I can't can't say anything but good things about the way they did. So it's it's yet to be seen how this program that the state is doing will be executed. How quickly the money because the Bottom line. Um, Dwight, Tony. People need the money right now. I mean, you know, next week beginning of the month, the next month, that's when rent do so, but the program's not start until you know we can start to apply. So, uh, November 20. I mean, Phil Yeah, November 29. That's when the information comes out, so so that that's going to be a big question is how fast was the Well, the money get into the different business hands that support him that help him through the the couple months here. George Tamra. Listen, we're out of time. But I want to say thank you for everything that you all do for the community. And I appreciate it was gonna be interesting to see how all of this plays love plays out. Have a great Thanksgiving. Okay to you, George. Happy Thanksgiving. Did you guys support your your restaurants carry out living next couple days. That's appreciated it and the day after Thanksgiving. We appreciate everything and we'll get we'll get through this and we'll still have one of the best restaurant communities in the in the country. Hey, man. Thanks, buddy. All right, Back after this. 20 Dwight Show on NewsRadio 8 40 wh chair today, American innovation is delivering.
"phil yeah" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0
"Now on the ring he was. For our entertainment. Is. Humid like a character in this world, he is the best he's. Live right. You. Don't have to be wrestling fan to enjoy it the McMichael twitter account a Zito what team did Mongo Mcmichael? Bears Pay. A. Yeah. He's still alive. He has his. Chain of restaurants. We try to get him on. He lives in. Lombard. Illinois like he he's still there. WHAT'S A. Manga come by the Office for guard by the way wrestling Garp I wanna make sure what are you inviting Scott Stop and inviting the knife guy. A couple of questions. Zimmer. A Ninja. Whatever's domestic Phil McMaster Phil Yeah. That's is he sent me A. Couple of months ago, but we're still in a quarantine. Didn't answer. He could kill covered I think it does slice. That is one thing about color could get slicing Scott I don't know how to address that one because I mean. I feel like at this point, he's a legit fan of this show I know this show for. What he has no idea. What show is which he doesn't know that separation between shows al but I'm trying to play my car drive with that one. I want there to be a chance that he comes in office and we have retire Rockstar for a day. In the office but Cova who knows if you don't think about think he's a Rockstar. Immune systems being through some shit. Oh. Actually. No rockstars died during covert..
"phil yeah" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria
"I don't know like I- oddly really empathize with that even though she's Really. Cool. You mentioned robbery, but I. Phil Yeah. So the very ending scene. She and her dad and her brother. Stand against their wall for when the. Bomb Hits and they stand in different poses every day. So like what messages do we want to send to the people after this loop ends? What are they gonNA find us. And they WANNA. Make funny shapes so that like. When they get burned their it sort of leaves a shadow on the wall of kind of the outline of who they are and they're like ooh. I WANNA make it look like this and they sort of moving around. That's actually referenced to Ray Bradbury Story from like the early fifties. Called, there will come soft rains. and. It's it's a post apocalyptic story when they were all freaking out about the invention of the atomic bomb of I'm. After basically it's a scene a very eerie scene after bomb has gone off and you sort of this very mechanical house go about its day even though the owners aren't there. So like cooks breakfast cleaning, it makes tea in waters, the plants in whatever I'm reciting this poem. No there? At the very end of the story, you see the sort of shadows on the wall of where the owners used to be. So they basically burned. Alive in this sort of shadow. is what's left and so I feel like he's sort of. Playing with. that. Pretty well, known story I would say. It's taught in a lot of like short-story classes Who are people once the situation and the fact that they're do making the shadows on purpose to have fun you know. It's not like they were unsuspecting of it. Right? They're doing it to like be cute. Family outing they're like Ooh, what are we GONNA do today we're going to be animals do yoga poses. I had was very clever and I it's not like. It's pretty obvious reference, but if he never means it specifically. Yeah. So we only hit on like our. Top even call them top stories just the ones we were like most excited to talk about. A podcasting because we have also descended like question lightweight What is? In the not that green podcast content as sitting in thinking. So Yeah. There's a lot lights bitter super fascinating about. Can Violence Line in the spider SAIGA. Folks Hail Woven with a modern day story. against someone working. Kind of. Retail. Job But for hardware. Company. Harbor. Story. The hospital aware get super I'm a writer right about being a writer but it a really cool way. Lark street talks about abortion. Very. I've just keep saying interesting over ever and I can't think of a better attitude having because he is very original yet every all of his sort of. The way he approaches every single subject is like very clever something team before. Yeah. Like a pro at. He's a pro just thinking mashing if Xyz happened and then he just goes for totally. Incredible. In one of the interviews I read all Lincoln in the notes the heated with the Guardian. He said he had like. Eighty stories. One hundred something like that news like, yeah. But like seventy more, that's one of the not in this bug. That common thing you hear from writers, which is so truly you need a ride a lot before you get the best ones but. They're all salad. Often say of collections of there's. Not a single one that could be discarded in the bookstore standalone. The, knowing glance there are there are some the Aren't my favorite Shomron maybe but. They're all. Hit for those who this what would you recommend next? Yeah. I've got a couple. son by Lois lowry..
"phil yeah" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"And now deep thoughts with doctor Phil you rotten **** with Dr Phil yeah doctor Phil some sage advice that he gave on the the show now this is a surprise knowledge I did tell you this was happening but standing by on the hot line right now caller are you there hello is this I think it is doctor bill doctor the doctor Phil walking with a hammer and idol show what would you like to say to me to Nigel to the listeners of this program we just want to call and remind you yeah well that didn't well the way I I got I like what you know for like a glimmer of a half a second I really thought you had done on the line I have no idea why for like like a just a just a sliver of a second I thought wow this is I found the old doctor Phil sound board is I'm in love with it how can you turn me up just one more time hill one more time here just the random things the doctor Phil has said on his show it's kind of like what we did was stand later in the Stanley or sound board can you imagine Dr Phil giving this advice about when this is over we go do a little coke here Samora sage advice and doctor Phil you're going to smoke the open and I have a good time doctor Phil ladies and gentlemen what I've learned throughout being quarantined and locked in and scrolling through social media knowledge is that people are so bored they're writing their own parody songs now it's not just weird al Yankovic it's not just hammering Nigel records a lot of people are coming out with their own rotavirus quarantine thirty so okay I'm gonna play a couple of them for you this one is a parody of the cure's Friday I'm in love.
"phil yeah" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
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Phil, Simone And New Stadium discussed on Rocket
"And now we are going to transition. This is your big siren warning into avengers endgame. Spoiler talk. I'm going to be dropping out of the call to let my darling co hosts go wild. For however long they want without my adult supervision on that ferry leave. Yeah. I was disappointed. Did not see. I am disappointed in me too. We'll have to do will you can talk about it without me next week a little bit. But smoked you need to see it like ace because it's really good as soon as I woke up this morning. I realized what a mistake I had made. I mean, it's only made like one point she billion dollars at the box office, not off me baby. I'm keeping my money. Okay. And try your talk guys. I'll talk to you later. Bye. All right. So a little bit of a note here we recorded fantastic commentary for a good twenty minutes about s- avengers in game. And I was not recording. And because Simone is not on the call. We do not have a call record a copy of it. So we are starting over there were six student talk to you for twenty minutes about marvel movie, the ultimate marvel movie. So all right. Okay. All right. So so so free. I wanna get your your thoughts. What what did you think of game? Okay. So overall, I really think this is something we've never seen before in film. Right. Like, they took a twenty two film series. And put an end Kaplan it in gave the audience an emotional like cook Tharcisse to all of these you don't like Christina. They're about to put out ways JAMES BOND, which as well. On movie is at the new stadium. Crack went right on twenty five or something the kid even keep the same actor much like a single story, and it's been going for like more than fifty years. You know? Yes. And get in twenty five movies. I believe at this point. So for this to go through into us. Time travel's a plot device to to give everyone a moment to like lick meet every character or most of them and go have a moment to go back and visit with people that died and let all of the core ventures have like a a moment of emotional catharsis in the audience. I just I really think it's an artistic achievement. Like we've never seen before. And phil. Yeah. No. I totally agree. And I I was just I loved it. I had a great time. I saw a couple of days early in Stockholm. And so it was kind of cool to see it on opening night there. Where in speeding? It was an English with with Swedish subtitles, and it felt like just a great culmination to like you said that kind of everything kind of builds up, and what I really appreciated was that even though and in our first conversation we talked about this little bit. But we'll talk about it again. Even though there might be some handwriting that we didn't get to see as many of some of the ancillary characters people, we've come to know and love what happens with these movies because you know, like there are so many people in this thing that you literally people will come in for like a day, and they'll get like a scene, you know, maybe in sometimes it'll even be cut. I really liked the focus on this was just on our core adventures. Like, that's what I really appreciate. It got definitely. So I initially thought that like if he had not seen most of the movies before it, maybe wouldn't be lost. But it would just it would be hard to connect with this rather convoluted plot, but you saw you saw this with someone who had not seen all the movies. And they said they were okay with it. I know. Yeah. Totally like. You know, like you said like, I think that there's probably an emotional connection with some of the Indian some of the deaths some of the ways that characters concluded that you wouldn't have that same sort of emotional resonance if you hadn't seen the others.
"phil yeah" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Yes, ma'am. Thank you for your shop. Individual sue the airlines or airline or FAA for a traffic noise. Probably not against the law. Yeah. You can you can obviously file a lawsuit. It's a waste of time. Jill. Sure, you can you can file lawsuits, and it's a waste of time. Okay. So they listen ownership. They are not going to listen. Wow. I don't like the amount of noise that your airplane makes all okay, we'll buy new engines. I know that they have as I could tax depression, and the ways you Jill they so don't care that you have depression, and you have anxiety as a matter of fact, if they knew that that house that we're passing over jill's house. She has depression, she has anxiety. I'll bet you. They turn up the noise they make the engine even louder. No, you can't sue. Hello, phil. Yes, sir. Welcome to handle on the law. What can I do for you? Last March excuse me last November. I went to BJs restaurant in the south bay with to my friends, and my wife, ordered a friendship sandwich and a beer has eating the sandwich. It was a bone in it and it cracked one of the bridge on the top right hand side of my mouth. Okay. So I called the manager show to the the von filled out some paperwork and a couple of days later, the risk manager of BJ's called me and asked me how he's doing and wanted me to make a copy of my dental charts from my my dad had retired. So I went to a new dentist, and she said that in the bridges broken and that she could replace it. So she went to replace it. And eventually the I can be the temporary bridge went in there. And then about two weeks later, the permanent bridge went in there, and it never fit, right? It became very irritated. I couldn't eat on my right hand side of my mouth for for like three months. So I went back to the dentist three other times. And she kept adjusting with a drill. And it would never fit right? And then finally last time she was addressing the drills flipped off the back of my tooth and drill the back of my throat. So dragged him hands out of my mouth and told her I wasn't never coming back there. And I said if you build me, I was going to take her to the Dow board for peer review. So eventually she did Bill Bill me. I went back to the office and told her receptionist said, I was gonna if you don't make an I was gonna take into the dental board for period. So about a week later. She sent me a letter saying that she was waving the the the the the Bill so as I went to another dentists and the other dentist. New dentist. I went to college station. And he said that the tooth is infected and that he had to pull it. And he recommended an implant to rank class until the bridge was now, my problem is. How do I get? Okay. You got you got you. You have a big problem not a huge problem because you have two people to sue first of all you have the restaurant to sue for. What would be a normal? A normal dental procedure under the circumstances. That's what they're responsible for. Now. The second part of it is the dentist screwing up that Dennis is responsible for everything beyond that. And I'm thinking I'm talking about the dental implants how much of the dental implants gonna cost you seventeen fifty a piece seventeen hundred and fifty dollars. All right. So you're all you're all within the ten thousand dollar jurisdictional limit. So what you wanna do is negotiate with the restaurant folks and say, I've got a real problem with dental malpractice on one side, but I'm not gonna hold you responsible for that. So when I want from you is the cost of the fix that would have or did happen as a result of your negligence and the job being done property properly. Then you're going to get that. So let's say it's two thousand bucks. Okay. Okay. Fifteen hundred dollars. Then what you do is turn around, and you get to sue the second Dennis or the dentist screwed it up for the cost of the implant and everything else, not even go ten pain and suffering and all that I go for the full ten thousand dollars and the dentist is going to argue. Well, it's within the. The the the care that I normally give and it's not malpractice by I what I still would do is is when you went to the second dentist, just get a his notes or her notes, okay? And see if the dentist was willing to take you to is willing to go to court and testify on your behalf, probably not. But it hopefully, it goes very quickly and win if that Dennis is willing to do. So you can ask the court that you have an expert witness to bring you up first. So it's in and out. Okay. Okay. Try that. Thank you Bill. Yeah. That's the double hit. That's no fun at all. Not at all. Halen welcome to handle on the law. What can I do for you? Oh, hey, Bill. I am waiting for the DWP to install a new water meter and lying into our remodel. That is all finished except for it needs that to pass the fire inspection. They've just now told me that it's going to be maybe a five month. Wait can get their paying rent for five months understaffed. And I wonder I hang on a minute. You can't move into your home for five months because that's the delay. Correct. Exactly. I wonder if I have a case will probably not that's that's the problem. There's legitimate damage there. I mean, don't misunderstand because you're obviously paying a mortgage on your home. Right. Right. And I'm in my rental housing, your interim house here, you're paying a double hit there. I would make a claim I would still I would make a claim, and then they're going to deny the claim, and then you're gonna appeal it. And then you go up to small claims, would you can do you go up to ten thousand dollars. But I I don't think he's gonna win because it's can get a court order. Well, small-claims certainly can't. But Ken a court order, the DWP to hire more people. I don't think so I think we're just screwed beyond screwed. Would. I would do is go to your local council persons and see what kind of influence they have with the department of water and power because they scream loudly enough. Maybe they'll move you up. Based on your circumstances where okay instead of just you're the back of the line, and you have stand in line someone from the city can call them up go. Hey, let me tell you what's going on with just being double rent. And this is this is an exigent circumstance going on here. So I would try that. I that works, okay? All right. Yeah. I feel terrible for not really terrible because it could have happened to me and it didn't. So I mean, that's okay. But I feel bad for.
U.S. Justice Department probes Musk statement on taking Tesla private
"Just when you thought the worst was behind tesla, the Justice department. Now, looking into Elon Musk's tweets about the company Filipo breaking it down from Burlingame Calif. Phil. Yes, Scott, it's unclear how intense this investigation is by the department of Justice as it looks into the tweet that Elon Musk sent out in early August regarding the possibility of taking tesla private. There were some reports earlier in the day that this is a criminal probe. We've been on able to confirm that, but here's what we do know with tesla, confirming that, yes, it has been in touch with the department of Justice. The focus of what the department of Justice is asking questions about is the take private tweet that was sent in early August tesla says, it has sent in documents that were requested by the department of Justice. In a statement, tesla says, we received a voluntary request for documents from the DOJ and we have been cooperating in responding to it. We have not received a subpoena a request for testimony or any other formal process. We respect the DOJ's desire to get information about this and believe that the matter should be quickly resolved as they review the information they have received while it's unclear whether or not this probe is a. Huge issue for tesla and for Elon Musk, it did put shares of tesla under pressure today. Remember tesla is also under an SEC investigation as the SEC looks into the tweet that Elon Musk sent out on August fourth, where he said he was considering taking the company private. That of course, sent shares moving higher. And eventually those shares came back when EON musk and Tesla's board said they would not consider going private
"phil yeah" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This is forum. I'm Michael Krasny. Our guest this hour is Michael Palin. Who is professor of writing at UC Berkeley. And is teaching this semester at Harvard is new book is how to change your mind. We got distinguish maybe a little bit between mind and consciousness and brain. Yeah. I mean, you know, one of the things that I was surprised to learn science and philosophy. Doesn't know a lot about is how brains produce mind consciousness, the experience of being who we are the subjective experience of thinking, and we're kind of nowhere on that surprisingly enough. It's one of the great mysteries. What's been interesting about the psychedelic research is in addition to the therapeutic work there is some sort of pure neuro science going on especially in England where their imaging the minds or the brains of people on psychedelics on suicide minner LSD, see what's going on in the brain. That might connect to the reported experience of consciousness, and what they found has been really surprising. There's one particular brain network. Called the default mode network that is intimately involved in various operations having to do with generating a sense of self a continuous self overtime self reflection takes place in it time travel. Takes place theory of mind, the ability to impute, mental states to others, it appears that this network is quieted by psychedelics and kind of goes off line. And that explains perhaps, the the the mind experience the subjective experience of losing your ego. Which is a notable part of a high dose psychedelic experience, which can be terrifying or ecstatic depending on how you approach to watch yourself in my case, dissolve I turned into coat of paint spread over the landscape, but that experience of ego dissolution does seem to be tied to some of the therapeutic benefits that have been observed in that it gets us out of our egos, and it is often our egos that enforce these negative stories and. About ourselves that Meyer us in depression and anxiety and addiction so a temporary break from the harsh reign of the ego and egos do important things for us. Make no mistake superego more harsh than the eagle. Yes. But I'm putting them all together. I mean, Freud distinguished, you know, different parts of the ego. But yes, the ego would include the superego, which is the the moral sense the conscience. Yeah. And so, you know, for the first time we can kind of see where the operations of these elements of consciousness because they're things we experience are where they're tied into brain function. We have neural Carlot's for repression and an ego. And that's kind of you know, we we have psychedelics to thank for figuring that out the ideal of every practicing Buddhist right to just eliminate that eagle. A lot of it is is is showing that the Buddhist may have gotten there before the scientists. And that the the ego is a delusion and that escaping. It's it's rain or. Or realizing that is a to mental health talking about getting there before I just have to comment on whether there's some profiles passenger seating people in here. Like, captain, Al Holland Hubbard. Yeah. I mean. Yeah. Kind of the Johnny Appleseed of LSD, but a major conservative, and I was shocked by the fact, I mean because everybody everybody a lot of people associated obviously psychedelics with more progressive and liberal thinking and permissiveness and so forth, but you had the looses, you know, who L Clare Boothe in Henry who were the head of life and time magazine, always Lumberton Russell's notation about time in life. Do you know he's could life with a big picture time was for the people can't think life was for the people can't read they were. You know, Natori is conservatives, and these were people who were really interested in this research and did a lot to. Yes, they were the Murdoch's of their time in a way they had of this media empire. And in fact, they were huge proponents of second. Alex, the first article about a suicide man, which was written by a banker from New York. Name are Gordon JC mortgage AP Morgan guy, he goes down to Mexico. He's an amateur colonists. And with his wife finds a place. Ace in, you know, far mountains of Omaha car and finds a current Dera healer named Maria Sabina to him the first westerner to have a suicide and trip. He comes back and loose published. A fifteen page article in life magazine, complete with pictures and botanical illustrations of the proper mushrooms. And this really introduces a lot of the American public to psychedelic consciousness, and that and this is the article the that Leary reads and gets him started. So yeah, the don't assume it's a left wing phenomenon. And in fact, Rebecca, Mercer of all people has donated to maps, the multidisciplinary association of psychedelic studies, which is doing a lot of the sponsoring a lot of the research and has been advocating for the the approval of psychedelics in therapy for many many years, and in this under this whole aegis come things like MD AMA and ketamine, which I guess, you know, Phil Wilson. Know, phil. Yeah. And he's doing ketamine is already been approved for treatment of depression. It's an anesthetic, but it's turned out to have this other benefit, and you undergo what many to many people feels like a psychedelic experience, even though it's technically not a psychedelic. It's a dissociate it kind of separates you from your your pain. And that people are getting there's a clinic in Marin where people can get treated for this. And it's it's it's considered a very exciting development in psychiatry. Yeah. We have Phil Wilson on the foreign program. Fact, a while back and let me get some callers on here. In the meantime, we began to Lisa with you. Good morning. Good morning. I just wanna say I'm so grateful for a credible person. Like, Michael Paulin TB bringing this public because I've been experimenting these things to nineties when I was in college, I found it extremely healing. And it doesn't add anything like like, I didn't have hallucinations. All it did was subtract all of my crap. Too bad tape loop. And it gives me a glimpse of what's possible. And it it motivates my meditation practice, and I actually haven't tried them in like ten years, and they were extremely healing. And I would I would try it again. I've been you know, it's interesting thanks for saying that how many people I've met since I've been out talking about this book have had powerful psychedelic experience some time in their lives that they usually don't talk about there's such a stigma attached to it. And maybe there were kids around. And so they kept this experience in a box. But for many people, it was a transformative episode heroin. I've got one right here. Yeah. Me from Owen who says half a century ago. I took my one and only LSD trip on a beautiful island in the Greek Jian where I lived at the time. It was many many hours of pure blistering, which I had visual aural and temporal visions. The trip was so wonderful that I decided could never be better than so it remains my soul acid experience. Fascinating. Yeah. Isn't that interesting that someone wouldn't seek to repeat that? Well, but you write in the book that there's there's really a pretty high charge memory in terms of these experiences. It's amazing how well people remember them. That's the sense in which they're not like dreams, you know, the experience dreams where your subconscious it just pulling it down like. Tide as soon as you try to remember it. It's gone. Psychedelic experiences. People remember thirty forty fifty years ago with incredible detail and completeness another caller joins us. Andrea or Andrea from Oakland. Good morning. Andrea. Andrea welcome. Well, I'm just very curious about being that these. Very powerful experiences with some of these all these guys are doing under the radar, and it's very hush hush. Because illegal, and I'm just wondering how you Michael Powell in public figure out there in about this like, what are you? Having an advocate. Is there anything that feels risky PL professionally? Well, thanks for sharing that, you know, I kind of made a decision early on that I would be very open about the experiences. I had and that I would speak about them as matter of factly as I could making the wager that intern other people would would speak about the matter of factly as well. And that has proved to be the case in terms of the legal liability eighty no it did concern me. I had the book very carefully lowered and made sure that my experiences didn't offer gendarmes to come get you. Yeah. That didn't offer. What you need to be a usable confession. My biggest concern, though, we're my sources these are underground guides. Many of whom you know, our therapists have licenses and they a- summer MD's, and they are doing this at at great risk to themselves, and because they are such believers in the efficacy of this. So I changed many details about them. In order to offer them as much protection as I could. But they understood that I was planning to write about the experiences, and you know, gave me permission to do that. But you know, so far. It seems like this is not a corner of the so-called drug world that the government seems particularly interested in the numbers and second dogs are very small the the seriousness of the opiate crisis. I think overshadows it dramatically and thus far. We haven't seen a lot of government interest in in in the guy of Jeff Sessions time, you may find. Yeah. Let's hope so. But as I said earlier, the fact that you have some prominent right wing figures like Rebecca Mercer and Steve Bannon who are interested, and and people who have the president's ear like Peter THEO is investing in psychedelic psychotherapy is he still have the president's here that may be moved at this point. Well, I'm not sure exactly but more than either of us do that goes without saying. But you said it, here's a tweet from SCU says, how do you think we begin because you had mentioned this a moment ago to undo the immense stigma against Delic's well sharing stories coming out of the closet? You know, I think this is all. All important. I I think that the sixties impression and stigma attached to psychedelics is gradually being worn down by frankly, the quality of the science that's being done and the science story as it develops. And it still has a long way to go. Make no mistake were not at approval yet. We have to do much bigger trials involving many more volunteers in many sites that that story eventually will be the story and the sixty story will gradually fade. Well, Ben rights, how can scientists know about all the long term side effects for these drugs when they have only been doing research for less than ten years. What about flashbacks and addiction? So what we discussed addiction. Earlier flashbacks is a very hard phenomenon to study. And I I wasn't able to find very good examples. I heard a lot of anecdotal stuff, you know, when I have been able to recapture the kind of mood or mode of consciousness that I had on psychedelics, which I work hard to do is that a flashback. I assume the idea of a flashback it's in in unbidden memory and those do happen in terms of long term use. Yes, we we've only been looking at this in this modern period of research for ten years or so, but we also had, you know, people don't realize that in the fifties. And into the sixties forty thousand research subjects were used in psychedelic experiments a thousand peer reviewed papers, six international conferences. So there is a body of work, and and people have been studying risk that whole period. So it seems to me we probably would know if there were some sort of long-term damn. Damage. The the fact that you only do this once or twice or possibly three times in the therapeutic setting makes it a very different drug then things like the S SRI anti depressants, which people take every day for the rest of their lives. And you know, they have some toxically. And so and they have side effects that people don't like. So the fact that it's it's such it's such a you know, so few molecules are entering your body. So few times makes me doubt that will find that. But we might we might. And certainly we have to look for it. You mentioned yesterday is I've also had my concerns which have expressed to you about status, and I'm still not entirely clear on the ultimate effect that they might have..
"phil yeah" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Put. Your feet to the fire I say Tigers gonna? Win another major? Do you feel the. Same yeah do I think it's just a? Matter, of time what about Phil Yeah yeah Yeah I. Do listen it's a game of skill that the the lack of the loss of athleticism is different in those kinds. Of games that's why baseball players can. Play, longer they they lose some of that. Athletic ability some of, that snap some of that, hip hop. But it but, it's a it's a. Finesse game they're playing a different style. Of, game now I, don't know Phil's going gonna win one, after that that what? Was that? Commercial home. My gosh you sell the commercial where, he's, dancing, Gus t-shirt. Commercial special I don't know if he can bounce back from that. Or. Not I like how you stuck your question there by. Rickie. Fowler you here's why I liked it is because the sport has to be beyond tiger and. Phil but it can't he was the guy that I thought was going to be the next he wrote, he raced motocross and he wears the flashy outfits I thought he was going to be that star but he hadn't hadn't got a. Major the the dads are still draw rating. Of Beja rating as far. As those are not diehard. Golf, fans are guys. Like Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods and so nothing gets these young guys is just that that the sport needs to. Grow the Jason Dave the kept goes. Is, a great story because another major could. Be right around the, corner tomorrow so that's that's, how I. Look at golf, golf has to continue. To grow like when Tigers completely done. Who's, gonna take that, mantle who's going to be that kind, of compelling golfer that? Even the? Non golf. Fan will want to watch that's kinda, the, thing, that we. Look at I think we were taught we were on the radio Together when Francesco Molinaro. Won the open and his. Post his post round presser Snooze her It. Was not it was not rating He did that resonate at all with, the crowd when, he was up there God bless them. But, he just all right coming up next I. Want to talk to you about this does the National? Football League truly value dominant defensive players we will discuss that coming up..
"phil yeah" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Eight Phil Yeah, I remember I was growing up my father was Shammar the, democrat, party and we had a portrait, of Robert deleo were the. Mantle I'm just saying One eight hundred. Six, one eight. Phil that's one Hurricane Mark and I love to replace him with Reagan but you know didn't work one eight hundred six one eight seven four four five. Check, this out You got Tom Perez you know this guy is, he's, chairman of the DNC Well he had just given a speech Where he was praising socialism Embrace the rise. Of socialist, number grab part of course this is from Alexandra Oh Cossio. Comtesse He's had. Three kids two of them. Are daughters one just graduated college one who is in college and they were both texting me about the excitement over Alexandria because, she really she represents the future of. Our party so this little calming represents the future of the party He said in a recent interview res- also called Maryland gubernatorial candidate Ben jealous I love it used to, be head of the in this perfect. This guy was heavily NWEA PC name was been Justice And. It caught him spectacular jealous. Is also a self-described socialist So there's Peres, after he gets through saying this and tell everybody that he's. He's, the big on the socialism thing, and big on this oh, Cossio Cortez check and the. Evans the bean at the airport And he's at Reagan national and yes it's Reagan national I know you, wanna call it Washington's Reagan and calls at Reagan national so. He's, at. Reagan national any standing there, is it a Starbucks nowhere As it someplace he's getting he's getting some data anyway. He's carrying a bag travel bag when there's? A little shoulder bags right It's a Louis Vitton eighteen hundred and forty dollar. Bag But he's all about socialism and the little people I wonder how many of these little socialists have an eighteen. Hundred dollar Louis Vitton bag that they can travel with In that in that nice maybe hey A Louis Vuitton bag in every closet that'll be the the mantra of the socialist, out, there In the meantime we find out the. Cost the leaks this is the real cost up front Of what it would. Cost if we, did what the socialist wanna, do like. Bernie Sanders and do Medicaid for all And this is not. Counting the lost jobs in the rest of, these it's thirty two point six trillion dollars I. Would say we can't, afford that folks But that's not even counting how many people are going to. Be thrown out of work and everything else, it's going to cost us thirty two point six trillion to institute Medicare for all like the socialist wanna do. And that Alexandria ocasio Cortes and Bernie Sanders and Peres and the rest of these folks want to do See this what is to me. It seems what has happened. Is since, especially since trouble they were moving this way I mean he Obama was a big socialist But they've just I mean the gloves are off now. There's no hiding it they don't want to hide it. And I think Trump is has brought that on because we got tax cuts like crazy biggest tax cuts we've had in a long time and. They're actually working so the Democrats don't know what to do. Other than to go as far in. The. Other direction as they can and see if. That works and to me that's despicable because it's all about the politics. It's not about what makes the country great they wouldn't dare get. On board with that what they wanna. Do is just do, whatever the opposite of Trump is and the opposite of. Capitalism is communism and that's. Where they, are good luck with all the.
"phil yeah" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"In Farmingdale, welcome the WABC Phil Yes. Get back to this point about the need to movement lawsuit referring to I think. The issue is is that there's going, to be some mayo CEO's and chairman of the board they're gonna. Think twice about putting females in high profile positions in their corporations only because they're they're worried about the sexual harassment issue so wait a minute you get a. Blame it on the women and. Not advance them as a result Phil no Rita I have two daughters are very, complicated and, I don't want. Their careers that ended and I was in management for, years, but, you're, saying you're saying that some might, just, block, women, from, I, think, they're also going to face the. Back end that they don't promote. Them and don't treat them. Respectfully Boyer our guys on. Notice and I I don't. I'm not supporting them. Doing that I'm just saying. The reality is they're gonna think. Twice about. Doing it because You know you're getting. The situation you're higher woman a high profile position they found her marriage. And her experience in her complement and then it's not working out she's not performing and you have to. Call her down on that there are going to be some so like the females they're gonna, make an issue and they bring it. Up and it has. Hip and they say he's doing this because he made sexual advances towards no you're. Right, you're right. They're going to have to worry about that and they have to worry about but. You know what Phil how sad is. That as as you point out the father of two daughters how, sad that if women are not promoted and believe me if women are not treated respectfully or equal there are a you know the companies will be, on notice. If that's the case to let's. Get on news headlines and updates from Jerry Barmash njdiet.com studios seventy seven ABC New york.
"phil yeah" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Five thirty three. Eight, four four seven or seven fifty five thirty three let me go to Bill bill's calling us from Texas. Hey Bill it's oh Phil hey Phil Yeah that's, okay hey and I've been. Listening for quite a? While and I'm trying to be responsible with my investments and I'm with the traditional FOX investment company. Asked him about funds. And things like that and in Biblically responsible and of course the, answer is no, we we, we don't do that right so I'm I'm trying. To find an an investment company to. Help manage I. Have some 401K's at. Four three years when I worked for three government entities and, I, really, wanna put that money to where it's. Going to do the greatest amount of good four or. Five, guide, it, can, you. Help, me With that with, directing me and pointing me to someone the best thing I can tell you fill is if you, if you Email PAT at. Financial issues dot org And if and if you Email pad and say Dan told. Me that you could give me some information of somebody that can help me out she'll send that, to you Okay I only have you won't have to worry, about who they there's only one person I know that seems hard to believe but I'm such a fanatic about recommending, people because I've. Always gotten burned and. There's only. One there's there's one person out there that I do trust and would be, great if you're not gonna do it yourself which is fine I totally get that I would. I would contact that person In the biggest thing is, I just don't know what I'm doing if I'm doing it by myself right right that's kinda scary I'm just not, up to everything. That yeah that's not. That I'm. Opposed to it it's just Challenge for. Me yeah and, and a lot of people have done that said the same thing frankly and they've they've. Tried it and they started, relearning and working with our with our system and all the website, and what we're, doing and you know they'd probably tell you. Now the. Best thing I've ever done and some of them never, they didn't have a clue but it. Takes time you gotta have the time to do. It but more importantly you've gotta have the. Willingness to do it I'm not I would rather see somebody have a great financial adviser somebody that feel really confident. At, work. I just wish. There were more of Matt there I'm. Sure, there's a lot of good ones I. Don't know I don't know who they they are. Because I I've tried that route before and I'm. Talking about people that are sold out sold. Out for for Honoring guide and doing great, doing unbelievable work so That would be a great place to start and at least if nothing else you can talk to that person and you can get a real good feel. For For for whether that will work out for you Thank, you Dan all right you're welcome, all, right Phil I appreciate not bless eight. Four four seven zero seven, fifty five thirty three let, me go to Sarah Sarah's colonists from North Carolina Sarah Hey, Dan, Sarah here you may or may not. Recall my voice I've called, several times over the years. Do Awesome my husband the new now twenty, years, Marine, Corps retired, in the February and currently we are in. That paid off now because if you. Recall We plan to flip it but then we decided to. Move, into it so that we have no mortgage since the future was unclear as far as you know what was. To be expected after he. Retired. Now here. We are. In North Carolina and a paid off. House. For very happy about and, we do have car we both got himself retirement good that's good that's good but after twenty. Years of driving huskies Far Yeah We. Have I, mean About. Seven thousand The paid off home We're just. Trying to figure out I know. He's got a. DSP I'm not sure I think he's waiting on federal job role that into something, I have a wrong How can we start investing money We have the full of Hitting two hundred thousand Mark is just we'll have. To see all those zeroes But after that Because I, don't I mean it doesn't really grow in enemy account and just makes us. Feel really say Friends in China you know you need a by buy The department Value and I'm a renter now Oh that's great yeah But I also want to be really. Smart, about what. Right.
Kim Yong Chol, top North Korean official, arrives in New York for pre-summit talks
"One eight hundred six one eight phil yeah just leave us turned on yeah you folks in liberal and now they're scared now they're turning off all across the country atop north korean government official has arrived in new york for talks with secretary of state mike pompeo ahead of what the white house says is an expected summit between president trump and north korea's kim jong un press secretary sarah sanders on the agenda for the talks in new york conversation is going to be focused on denuclearization of the peninsula that's what these ongoing conversations taking place now will be centered on as well as this summit that would take place in singapore the white house says they expect the north korea summit to take place as originally scheduled on june twelfth north carolina governor roy cooper will declare a state of emergency this afternoon for the western part of the state heavy rains have slammed the mountainous areas since yesterday causing mudslides and forcing evacuations and road closures dog some have described as a pit bull has attacked and killed an eight month old girl this morning in miramar florida rescue officials say the case has been turned over to the.
"phil yeah" Discussed on TechFan
"Phil yeah i mean march i fighter or the ignition of western screen screaming tie fighter yeah i mean there's just no getting around it that the sound and the pitcher in the star wearing on his not only are there i kinda but they change things i don't think that i paid much attention to sound as much until the star wars movies came out of course seven but still we'll here's here's one more vader failures breathing yeah as medic guy i think in general if you look at the the choice successes of what you know i mean we would just kind of trashing lucas a few minutes ago for some of you know some of his revisionist ideas and and you know let's face it some of his pretty weak storytelling but if you look at what he actually achieved with with particularly the the first films he first of all he took space oprah which you know i mean let's face it nineteen seventy seven when soldiers came out the only time you saw that science fiction was like cheesy roger coleman movies you know that was that was it was all stuff that was pretty low budget it was pretty bad really and he he science fiction mainly cool again absolutely grants that that was the chief but i think the other thing that's what we were just talking about the production design even for the first movie was relatively low budget the production is on the team he bought together actually completely transformed the movie industry from here.
"phil yeah" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The wgn news room ready to join the conversation live whatever a story changes right here on chicago's very own seven twenty w g n the beat they bill earlier this morning you said we were going to have sake on the show and dane meal and one of them is a former adult film star i did say that and everybody guest dana reality gusting neil walk you use the word former and i'm still active practically so just for the dental if you do it over the i disguised up out there plus we beijing for i do more the independent phil yes the ardy a dark sylvia has cellphone right i find new technology how to stay in the game cutting edge stand again nice to see you again i hear you and i have not been on a show together in many months you have been beaches occur around the world citing all sorts of it's great to see you nice to sudan via for being here we wanted to talk primarily about the world of cajun food and in fact tuesday is coming up mardi gras coming out here's that they found tuesday don't say fat tuesday anymore ribbon tuesday rubenesque tuesday last great right husky working on its huddled thursday right all right so year so here's the thing and we are again in a image at all times so blessed and chicago right to have all the personalities the people to places and that kind of stuff in you know when you become kind of physical body mit of a beloved holiday you know getting somewhere in that somewhere is at the top of the mountain let me christmas what is it santa at easter bunny guy leprechaun guy when it comes the mardi gras we have him right here in chicago heaven on seven been around for i think pushing may be almost forty years maybe a little bit more in and excited he threw trials tribulations we have jimmy battle sunlight jimmy welcome you wgn the odds are gone timmy her the first and only guy i think of when i think of mardi gras and cajun and yummy i i.
"phil yeah" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"This news without as much verification as he might have because he knew that if it wasn't true it wasn't true when that was sort of the the philosophy well i've i've been talking about matt drive i feel we you can trust matt drudge his name all you want the fact that dropping his name on saying that matt drudge that was the philosophy i will let you get some of these other chat pulse pick it up and running whether they got does it but child her and i mean manhattan clan chao her between the years outright right there with the man said there you got a good one thing i mad one paint man uh probably have an income added about go one pound remember 'cause we know the background to schuylkill outta story low may have derided gonna do in the pocket picking pu but what matt drudge it can do happy and you see him all you know they got their little news site that blog they would know whether the sun's coming up in the morning they couldn't tell you uh what colors socks they're gonna where they can't even predict that old bodily functions up to at least within five minutes when they're going to have a negative bowel movement you see i'm saying film phil yes yes i hear you that one now one a little hard yes all right but but you're apparently and they'll they'll be around the ended up on that but what your telomeres that there are not everybody can do this kind of reporting and and uh as well as matt drudge did that kind of reporting by a but be that as it may people are doing now and it doesn't matter they're got a scoop somebody they wanna make sure that the first ones out there with the with news whether it's true or not well it river information appears to be crew only permanent standpoint you say that it appears to be true well it being credible given the fact that they cracked the ritz carlton.
"phil yeah" Discussed on WLAC
"It uh it was really shocking i mean what's going to be called noon today can you come in and can you bring your wife i knew he was in bringing me more wouldn't asked me to do that if there wasn't cavalier's but phil yeah my life flash before me absolutely we're speaking with nfl hall of famer in readers legend michael haynes about prostate cancer awareness how about some of the stuff going on today in the league like concussions this probably was not a concern of yours back then uh no not it was it not at all really and um i i guess what we're knowing now that should have been uh back in my area when we've played there are guys that were not completely out during game and would be back in in to play you know though so um the outcome of those guys down the road we out we're all looking at some of the bad result and uh some time you know guys are looking and so maybe i'm with one a lucky guys i'm not sure i'm i'm still young no no good it's got to be in the back of your mind though you think about it i do whenever my wife is hey were you know you're not doing what you're you're doing youth the viewer you know different things that you might bring up a little boy i wonder if this is an early sign or just being mean you're you're a you're proximity to leicester hayes at times of that mean you ended a lotta games covered in stick them yourself on no no i was on one side of the field he was on the other yeah i i did populist drive i can't tell you how much fun i have uh talking to him about football you he's a brilliant guy and um people just don't know it because he kind of their lives up in modesto calif it doesn't get out and do a lot of thinking uh you know but uh but one of the better guys that you'll ever meet and i i wanted to before nazi man i loved you guys had when i was a teenager.
"phil yeah" Discussed on WAXE 1370
"Within our i had them in front of phil yeah and within two days they were under contract right while it is all about who you now and how you're going to get that information our you don't know the people finding out the information right one of the things i always tell agents not just new agents is luke you don't have to be the expert what you have to be is the professional the followup you can dig around and find out about a neighborhood how many clubhouses the pool is there a membership you can find all of those things out which really important is being able to market and network it yes a not just online presence but attracting whatever it is if you need stagers highquality photos that is true serling get the information out there and it does it has to be professional glad you said uh you know highquality photos the summit did you see the photos that in a you didn't see it today when i was in my office in agents stopped me and said look at this photo that they found on the mls it had someone sitting on the couch oh that's not good it's not good it's doing an injustice to the to the seller so with these local neighborhood experts i think often what happens is there they have great networks but i think it's all over because what they're doing is networking basically with in that one specific community right said they're not reaching out to other communities to be bringing people into that community writer they're just networking with with the folks that are there so i read it enough you need a big reach ironically enough today in one of the broker opens that i was at the agent said to me that ice did you have a lot of people coming through in they said well we had about you know three or four but they were all neighbours and what they were doing was telling me of other people they know like they have family or whatever that are looking to buy in here and i thought well that's great but what about all the other people that this house could appeal to apply push it out further often would happens and i i have mentioned this before is a i i started selling in a condo association where the agent who was primarily you know the dominant one in rare selling they never looked outside the area and they they they're prices were way wrong mm they just got kind of got stuck so the the neighborhood expert.