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"pina" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

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01:30 min | Last month

"pina" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

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"pina" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

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"pina" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

Campfire Sht Show

07:57 min | Last month

"pina" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

"Oh god hey have you watched anything. Have you seen anything do anything. Let's do a little more. Boom boom cmap bapu and now. It's down any day of the week. One documentary. I really find them to be just amazing. Could you watch a documentary on days of the week. I probably would But i recently watched a heartbreaking documentary about the opioid crisis on. Hbo called crime of the century. And it's all about Oxycontin and that epidemic and how the pharmaceutical companies cannot be trusted. If you thought they could crazy. 'cause you're fucking crazy. And i think that aligns with what we are kind of seen right now again. I'm not going to be a key. I'm not a conspiracy. Theorist i'm just saying like if you think the drug companies have your best interest. Please watch this. I definitely am conspiracy theories. I know you are and i'm not. I'm going back to brian. Brian said i need to be the straight guy of the show. 'cause you're going cuckoo because you're cuckoo and clue backs trumper white supremacist. I gotta be the one that says like hey shut the fuck up what's ground there. Let's ground it. Oh you know what i love. When the petrochemical industry takes the crops away from the farmers and they're so depressed that then they are companies that ended supplying antidepressants depressed. Yeah fuck yeah. It's a circle or simba was seeing when they take the nice supplement and a after market Because it actually helps with respiratory function and obliterates pro inflammatory cytokines Anyway this documentary that was talking about is called the crime of the century. Two part four hour. I think Documentary it is heartbreaking because it shows a lot of What the pharmaceutical companies have done to create a business out of opioids and then the result of that and how it has affected the world. I love especially in this country. And i highly recommend you watch it. It is heartbreaking. And i think by the end of it i was like you know personally When i go to the doctor. When i've had things i mean i've had like dental surgery. I've had surgeries at never felt comfortable taking the pain medication afterwards. I've always. I know that sounds crazy but meaning deal with the pain and i'll sit in it for five days and be like this is to be the worst five days in my life but like i don't wanna take this pain medications too but then i e the red eye and here's the thing is like when i eat a dorito. Okay i can end eating those doritos and then the next day not like i more. Doritos i can. I can do that. But like with these opioids and the things in the way that it would deal. It is absolutely habit forming in my opinion. That's my opinion. i'm not telling you that. It is but like checking. I'm not slandering not a white supremacist. Advertising better yeah stop asian. Hey i'm also like. But i actually do believe all yes. Stop asian hate. Yeah i agree but it's like yeah anyway. But you're making me sound crazy again. Demi levato is now vinnie themis. Nonbinary i saw where somebody changed. Michael jackson's pronouns. To he he likes like very very nice really fun and it is funny. Where like like. I'm happy of course for. Like i really think honestly truly having dealing on our show made me understand a little bit more about non binary and had never really had a friend. That was that way. You don't have one now. I mean he doesn't like you. Yes we're going to hang on mateen. She just wrote me and said he said that. Because you're calling him a he no he they just you know i was going to say dylan was so great because they i said dilemma was so great because i was getting ready. I'm actually pro now. You're stopping even say it now. You're correcting me before. Wow but he they this no and it was so great because it was explained to us like hey mistakes are going to be made. We're still learning this stuff so like don't worry just just gone down. Everybody absolutely. We're going to get there. Don't jump down people's throats for things agree help them. But for me demi like i don't care about any of your announcement is just. Please go away. What people just want to be important. There's just wanna be important. Says to people with a podcast. I just wanna be important. My turn out with our. What's your but anyway. Hold on really quickly because some people do listen. Don't get upset about an ac market. We have some people that listened in that like because it's actually the precursor to glutathione which has been scientifically found for all my science groupies to help a lot of things. So i have a good fast delivery glued. If i on that i really like from bulletproof was trying to go with the brand name was. It's called bulletproof okay. And that's because it's an amino acid a precursor to something else. That very low levels were found. Scientifically data you guys actual science that you love so much. I have a science that people with low levels are having a tougher time with covid nineteen than other people. But but why is this considered crazy though rather than just being like yes. I got the pfizer shot like looking into information. You can't say i speak to squirrels. And then the follow that up with science and have it sound. Can't everyone that you can. Okay i believe you believe that. You're going to be the first one. That's like yup a meat helmet and then also here's some science for absolutely. Yeah no reason that you can't be right right. I don't think science has to look like dilbert people. I like dilbert. Why don't you tell the humans of the world that are listening. What is your little more. Okay and also don't forget that a big tenant of science is like having dispassionate information going back and forth and constantly adapting to information and like science isn't just like looking at a beaker and being like you're crazy a hundred percent. Well maybe not a hundred percent. We're still waiting for the data of the data. That will come to us eventually about. This is literally getting killed himself. Scalpel so tell. Have you seen anything watching listening. No and the only thing i've done is i've worked. I've been working a lot. I'm today. I worked on a podcast where two women were. Talking about. Discussing of semen. The thickness of semen. I was gonna ask you like. How is your semen compared to what compared to i really don't want to know. Listen place you say. How watery is that water okay. Well it's watery compared to i don't say how watery is selene. Compared to water be like the viscosity or the thicknesses much greater. Yeah than water right but when you say how would you. Avenue is too. I love my semen. Yeah i have one of my pod flight clients. I love them so much. They're two very wild girls. Actually both in england and they've really given me like full licensed to be able to write anything i want for them and they're very like they talk about sex positions and really like sex toys and they're very funny one talks about like oh god when she has her period that she like her boyfriend she.

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"pina" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

Campfire Sht Show

07:57 min | Last month

"pina" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

"Oh god hey have you watched anything. Have you seen anything do anything. Let's do a little more. Boom boom cmap bapu and now. It's down any day of the week. One documentary. I really find them to be just amazing. Could you watch a documentary on days of the week. I probably would But i recently watched a heartbreaking documentary about the opioid crisis on. Hbo called crime of the century. And it's all about Oxycontin and that epidemic and how the pharmaceutical companies cannot be trusted. If you thought they could crazy. 'cause you're fucking crazy. And i think that aligns with what we are kind of seen right now again. I'm not going to be a key. I'm not a conspiracy. Theorist i'm just saying like if you think the drug companies have your best interest. Please watch this. I definitely am conspiracy theories. I know you are and i'm not. I'm going back to brian. Brian said i need to be the straight guy of the show. 'cause you're going cuckoo because you're cuckoo and clue backs trumper white supremacist. I gotta be the one that says like hey shut the fuck up what's ground there. Let's ground it. Oh you know what i love. When the petrochemical industry takes the crops away from the farmers and they're so depressed that then they are companies that ended supplying antidepressants depressed. Yeah fuck yeah. It's a circle or simba was seeing when they take the nice supplement and a after market Because it actually helps with respiratory function and obliterates pro inflammatory cytokines Anyway this documentary that was talking about is called the crime of the century. Two part four hour. I think Documentary it is heartbreaking because it shows a lot of What the pharmaceutical companies have done to create a business out of opioids and then the result of that and how it has affected the world. I love especially in this country. And i highly recommend you watch it. It is heartbreaking. And i think by the end of it i was like you know personally When i go to the doctor. When i've had things i mean i've had like dental surgery. I've had surgeries at never felt comfortable taking the pain medication afterwards. I've always. I know that sounds crazy but meaning deal with the pain and i'll sit in it for five days and be like this is to be the worst five days in my life but like i don't wanna take this pain medications too but then i e the red eye and here's the thing is like when i eat a dorito. Okay i can end eating those doritos and then the next day not like i more. Doritos i can. I can do that. But like with these opioids and the things in the way that it would deal. It is absolutely habit forming in my opinion. That's my opinion. i'm not telling you that. It is but like checking. I'm not slandering not a white supremacist. Advertising better yeah stop asian. Hey i'm also like. But i actually do believe all yes. Stop asian hate. Yeah i agree but it's like yeah anyway. But you're making me sound crazy again. Demi levato is now vinnie themis. Nonbinary i saw where somebody changed. Michael jackson's pronouns. To he he likes like very very nice really fun and it is funny. Where like like. I'm happy of course for. Like i really think honestly truly having dealing on our show made me understand a little bit more about non binary and had never really had a friend. That was that way. You don't have one now. I mean he doesn't like you. Yes we're going to hang on mateen. She just wrote me and said he said that. Because you're calling him a he no he they just you know i was going to say dylan was so great because they i said dilemma was so great because i was getting ready. I'm actually pro now. You're stopping even say it now. You're correcting me before. Wow but he they this no and it was so great because it was explained to us like hey mistakes are going to be made. We're still learning this stuff so like don't worry just just gone down. Everybody absolutely. We're going to get there. Don't jump down people's throats for things agree help them. But for me demi like i don't care about any of your announcement is just. Please go away. What people just want to be important. There's just wanna be important. Says to people with a podcast. I just wanna be important. My turn out with our. What's your but anyway. Hold on really quickly because some people do listen. Don't get upset about an ac market. We have some people that listened in that like because it's actually the precursor to glutathione which has been scientifically found for all my science groupies to help a lot of things. So i have a good fast delivery glued. If i on that i really like from bulletproof was trying to go with the brand name was. It's called bulletproof okay. And that's because it's an amino acid a precursor to something else. That very low levels were found. Scientifically data you guys actual science that you love so much. I have a science that people with low levels are having a tougher time with covid nineteen than other people. But but why is this considered crazy though rather than just being like yes. I got the pfizer shot like looking into information. You can't say i speak to squirrels. And then the follow that up with science and have it sound. Can't everyone that you can. Okay i believe you believe that. You're going to be the first one. That's like yup a meat helmet and then also here's some science for absolutely. Yeah no reason that you can't be right right. I don't think science has to look like dilbert people. I like dilbert. Why don't you tell the humans of the world that are listening. What is your little more. Okay and also don't forget that a big tenant of science is like having dispassionate information going back and forth and constantly adapting to information and like science isn't just like looking at a beaker and being like you're crazy a hundred percent. Well maybe not a hundred percent. We're still waiting for the data of the data. That will come to us eventually about. This is literally getting killed himself. Scalpel so tell. Have you seen anything watching listening. No and the only thing i've done is i've worked. I've been working a lot. I'm today. I worked on a podcast where two women were. Talking about. Discussing of semen. The thickness of semen. I was gonna ask you like. How is your semen compared to what compared to i really don't want to know. Listen place you say. How watery is that water okay. Well it's watery compared to i don't say how watery is selene. Compared to water be like the viscosity or the thicknesses much greater. Yeah than water right but when you say how would you. Avenue is too. I love my semen. Yeah i have one of my pod flight clients. I love them so much. They're two very wild girls. Actually both in england and they've really given me like full licensed to be able to write anything i want for them and they're very like they talk about sex positions and really like sex toys and they're very funny one talks about like oh god when she has her period that she like her boyfriend she.

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Coroner: Man who died after vaccine died of natural cause

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Coroner: Man who died after vaccine died of natural cause

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a Florida corner says a man who died after receiving a coded nineteen vaccine died of a natural cause a South Florida medical examiner's office says a doctor who died about two weeks after he got fighters Colby nineteen vaccine died in a manner that's been categorized as natural fifty six year old doctor Gregory Michael died in January from immune thrombosis title Pina according to an email from Darren compres director of operations for the Miami Dade County medical examiner department the condition known as ITP can prevent blood from clotting and cause internal bleeding according to Cooper's email there is no medical certainty that the covert shot caused the disorder Michael's death was investigated by the Florida department of health and the federal centers for disease control and prevention hi Mike Crossey up

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New York gives more groups eligibility to COVID-19 vaccine

Morning Edition

02:32 min | 5 months ago

New York gives more groups eligibility to COVID-19 vaccine

"New York state has been expanding the types of people eligible for covert vaccines. Now, those who work in just about any health care setting can get there first shots as long as they see patients in person. W When my sees Fred mogul went toe one vaccination hub that just began inoculating staff members from doctor's offices throughout the metro area, Elizabeth Villarosa was a little surprised to find herself. Waiting on the line to be vaccinated are what's refusing 100% to take a look see? Delarosa, who's a receptionist at a pediatrician's office in Washington Heights, says the doctor she works for changed her mind by explaining they're not actually injecting virus into her arm. Something made in the lab to produce the proteins If you get over Iris, and they're gonna help. So Delarosa figures getting Cove It would be way worse than any side effects she might get from the vaccine. I feel confident that everything is going to be okay. She and around 300 people are vaccine yesterday and Dr Urgent Medical Center and Inwood. They're all part of this Almost network, which serves low income minority neighborhoods around the region. Governor Cuomo is expanding vaccine eligibility to medical practices like these, in part because the larger institutions have been working through their allotted vaccine doses so slowly I could see between 30 to 40 patients birthday It gets very crazy very fast. That's Dr Yamada's Pina was a small practice in Washington Heights. She spent much of the last 10 months on the front lines not only with her own patients but helping out coronavirus testing centers in New York, Texas and Florida. Painting was very excited to get the vaccine. But also very nervous. You're talking to one of the world's allergic people in the world opinion is allergic to pork, avocado, barley and latex. And people with allergies are slightly more likely to suffer side effects from the vaccine. When she initially went into the exam room for her injection, her blood pressure went through the roof, so she drank lots of fluids. And after a half hour of relaxing She felt well enough to get the shock wave did. It'll be several weeks at the soonest before pain, you will be able to administer the vaccine in her office to patients, but she wants to start spreading the gospel. Now the Latino patients believe in their doctors, right, So I want them to see that I got it first, so they could trust it, but it would be easier said than done. Of hospitals experience inoculating their workforce is any guide. But paying is hopeful that by the time the vaccine is available to the general public, there will be enough role models like her. That others will be waiting to get it. Fred Mogul w N Y C news

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Denmark debuts a children’s TV show about a man with a long, flexible penis

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

01:59 min | 5 months ago

Denmark debuts a children’s TV show about a man with a long, flexible penis

"Is this. tv show in denmark. It's all it's it's a children's show for ford. Keep him on. Its for four to eight year old. It's about a guy with a the world's largest penis what the florida eight year. Old is a series aimed at four to eight year olds focusing on how. This man overcomes hardships and challenges. And as you can imagine the past being hardships thank you. It's being hotly debated many people arguing against a message to the show is sending other people think they're making a big deal out of it. They're saying that kids love gentle humor. Is this true. You have kids danielle. And i have boys. Of course i like gentle humor. That must have been quite a thing for you to have to get used to like little boys talking about junk. Yeah i mean. I think these things are funny to though i laugh at jokes all that stupid stuff too. It's like sometimes. I feel like i'm just one of the boys so okay. So this man named john dillon. Who has the world large world's largest peanuts it's animated so they can do whatever they want with it. I mean i guess they do. I don't know well they're say i think you're gonna see it because they say that it's so massive and flexible. It's supposed to be able to save children from danger. Fetch up from the river and operate as a pogo stick. Women how does it save. People like you a sit on it and carries you out of the water. Ski mountain throws it down. Great like an elephant trunk. It's so sad that this is in fake news. When solely landed that plane in the hudson river in new york they saved them all by one man's giant pinas. The airport is this guy three of the show. Okay go hope for this delicacy. I've got a very big penis and there. It is okay. That's from the show

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Pixar's Soul Reminds Us To Live

Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

01:41 min | 6 months ago

Pixar's Soul Reminds Us To Live

"Expanding and explore rings. And honestly i can't even describe what what hap- i mean okay so there's qualities of the film that that if you're a fan of certain genres you're going to pick up on immediately but the basic premise is a guy he's always wanted to be jazz musician. He gets his big break. What she has two things happened in the same day i he finally gets the offer to be a full time music teacher at his local junior high and then he also gets the opportunity to audition for a professional jazz quartet. 'cause new pinas And so he gets both of these gigs. The same day and of course immediately falls on a manhole cover. Yeah you know. I only watched it. Well the fact that it happened that he gets gig. That's maybe a shock to you but It happens early. I don't count as a sport but it happens early enough in the film. I don't think it's a spoiler. Can say i i kinda go glad that. He thought he dies early on. Well he doesn't exactly die and it's kind of a ghost stem situation of ever saw goes bad that classic. Some of the nineties with bill cosby after leonard part six his tour de triumphant. This was his sort of victory lap. Afterwards i was go sped. Yeah ever since the devil

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Phallacy! Life lessons from the animal penis

Science Friction

06:23 min | 7 months ago

Phallacy! Life lessons from the animal penis

"I'm emily willingham. I am a science writer and biologist and i wrote a book about penises. Of course he does. Don't to emily. Willingham is a scientist who specialized in urology sheedy researching sex determination sexual development and a whole lot of other fascinating stuff. She's also an accomplished science journalist specializing in pretty much. Everything interesting rod and six is definitely interesting. Emily's new book is called fallacy lifeless from the animal pinas. You had such fun writing this book. I feel like. I've been in some kind of wildlife or g. or something did. Was that fun splits. No arrests parade for sure. A parade of paint. She means and yes. We are talking about animal. Appendages of every size species and variety. Today it's mostly family friendly more like a visit to the zo really. But there's you contact morning. We say penis allot because correct body names meta mitchell. And this is science fiction welcome it's called fallacy. Lifeless lessons from the animal penis. Says it starts with jeffrey epstein but by chapter two you're on the spot and slugs what's fella see you want who interrogate in this book and that's fallacy with a ph the fallacy them interrogating. Is that the the pain is centered as sort of the throbbing obelisk evolve masculinity and. That's of course not the case. In science there have been efforts to sort of foreground. The human penis over that of other animals especially primates. There of course is an entire cottage industry of sending pictures of your pianist. People hoping that they will be very impressed by them. All kinds of research around it that center and four i mean even freud built his entire his entire analytical basis on this idea of the is and what he could construe from it and i think we need to move away format that's the fallacy that we need to get away. Here's the thing though as a biology lecture over many years you promoted the fella sees about fellas in your classrooms. Tell me about that. Oh called on the carpet. Yes one of the things we used to teach for. Example is that the penises a sperm delivery system. Never mind. that's what i taught anyway and that is not all that it does. Even the human version can do more than that as we know when you expand your vision to include near the broad array in the animal kingdom. You realize these things serb all kinds of purposes besides being firm delivery systems and they don't even deliver sperm in the same direction and some species. Let's unpack that. Because it is an amazing array of stories but there is no doubt that the painting has cultural across cultures across the ages. Phallic symbols have been potent. They've been worshipped. they've been ever present science though has taken the cultural pow invested in the penis a whole lot further much further and for you if illusionary psychology particularly egregious he and you start with what you describe as the bad boys. Embed science of evolutionary psychology bids. The blue dildo study feel seen these studies at least from my read of them. Ask questions that are very focused on the pena's yet pretend to be focused on people with china's and they home in on this whole idea that penans has the power to satisfy china and so the blue dildo study involves his creation of a series of dildos like like three d. printed plastic dildos basically of different sizes and they recruited fairly small number of people who evinced an interest in having sex with people penises and had them. I think hold them and look at them and then later try to get them to recall sizes and things like that and determined the their preferences related to. This is repeat whether they were wanted one night. Stand there long term relationship and other silly stuff but the thing is that if you talk to women have you talk to people who have china's that's not where their focus lies and so studies that really do as that question with all sincerity and ask a lot of people with china's side question. They don't get the answer. Gigantic penis please. That's not what the so they show much more attention to some of the surrounding structures especially the clitoris. So it's this assumption. That i think arises from usually who's asking these questions and how they want a manslaughter centering. The pena's evolutionary psychologists look for explanations for contemporary behaviors and mating preferences. So we'll roll. Have they cast the pain of seen. This is not the whole field. But these particularly not great studies the penises. The supposed to be really interesting to women and even young girls. You're there from their perspective. I guess the males people with these rocking around and people are just like falling over themselves. Because oh my god that thing and they they want to use that as an excuse in a way for kind of behaviors that they're exhibiting now or modern attitudes that they want to reinforce that are that actually just kind of uphold inequalities in the kind of thing and i mean how much sense does that make if you really were all walking around naked and you saw a human penis you just reporting around in. There is a person with a peanuts. All inspiring is it really. I mean will it depends on the behold it depends on the beholder of course but the thing is is that when when evolution shapes genitalia to be showy their showy

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"pina" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:25 min | 7 months ago

"pina" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Your platelet count is Very low. Settle Pina Pina meeting lower Site. Oh, Cece is higher, so It can occur in a variety of different ways. Your body may be attacking your own platelets. So heavy metals cause a lot of auto immune activity and disorders. Infection can do that. So we have to look at the overall picture. There are people that have I t p that have had benefit. From using. Growth hormone therapy. Remember a friend of mine who work for a very large liquor company distribution company distributed liquor and wine to the entire country, and he was using Um Growth hormone therapy to help toe make more quite list so that maybe one option but we really have to look for the cause. Because if you're not looking for the cause, you won't understand exactly why it's there. I see you confined the cause, of course. Yeah. You're looking like infection like heavy metals. You also mentioned another autoimmune issue, right? With the right. The Lupus, Lupus anticoagulants, which I understand is not the actual Lupus. That's an order in your marker. So there are things like RMP their link with Lupus and a homogeneous pattern. So we have to look at a variety of other test to give us somewhere. I could picture, wasn't it? Right. All right. I have quite it. Ongoing with my hematologist. Quite a lot of blood tests being taken. Well if they were interested between blood and urine for heavy metals. You probably inherited. My hematologist did test for heavy heavy metals that I was OK in terms of not possible blood test for heavy metals. You know if he found that you're in the normal range That's not every bit of heavy metal in your cells. So blood test for heavy metals. If they did do it, which I've never seen them do. My people sleeping. You need to do a urine test looking at 21 medals and see what's come out of storage. We've had people that have zero medals on the blood. But then when you do the urine, you see metal spill out of storage, and then we do an I V to pull medals out. And see how much comes out into the urine. That's the only actor way to do it. So Most doctors don't think talk or Understand what have.

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Parole denied for man convicted in 1993 Houston murder of teen girls

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:30 sec | 7 months ago

Parole denied for man convicted in 1993 Houston murder of teen girls

"Of gang members that ambushed two teenage girls, Jennifer Erdman and Elizabeth Pina, who are walking near TC gesture, the gang raped and brutally killed them. Gideon was 14 at the time and was convicted. He has served 27 years of his 40 year sentence, according to the Harris County District attorney's office. He has just been denied parole. He was spared from a death sentence because of his age at the time. Ktrh news time is 10 034 senior

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Houston Arson Investigator Lemuel Bruce Shot & Killed While Conducting Surveillance

Rush Limbaugh

00:25 sec | 8 months ago

Houston Arson Investigator Lemuel Bruce Shot & Killed While Conducting Surveillance

"Houston Fire Department arson investigator was shot and killed while conducting surveillance. 44 year old Samuel Bruce was murdered earlier this morning. Northwest Houston Houston Fire Department chief Samuel Pina says it's the first time in the history of the Houston Fire Department that an arson investigator was shot in the line of duty. The 100 Club here in Houston is donating $20,000 to his wife and two Children.

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What Patients Are Saying About Antipsychotic

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

02:24 min | 10 months ago

What Patients Are Saying About Antipsychotic

"In the early nineteen nineties about half of US patients with bipolar disorder took lithium now, it's closer to fifteen percent and the use of antipsychotic says more than doubled to fill that gap. A new survey reveals what patients think about these newcomers. This was an online survey of two hundred US adults who by their own report were diagnosed with bipolar one disorder and had taken an antipsychotic within the past year. Era Paul was the most common followed by Qu- Pina Spirit Own Olympian and Larizza on there are others that fell off after that. Overall people were satisfied with the efficacy but dissatisfied with the tolerability ninety, eight percent had at least one side effect on the NS psychotic and most of the side effects were not trivial. Ninety two percent felt the side effects had a negative effect on their relationships. Patients were embarrassed by the side effects. Particularly, anxiety weight gain followed by involuntary spasms or movements and trouble concentrating. I'm reminded here of Dr Magas Warning in June twenty nineteen issue on side effects that patients are not likely to put up with a side effect that they find socially embarrassing. The side effects that bothered people the most worrying Zaidi with gain and feeling like a Zombie or having no emotions And the rates of these three burdensome effects were large in the seventy percent range. ANTIPSYCHOTIC side effects carried over into all areas of life family, romance friendships, and work. Thirty to fifty percent felt that the anti psychotics impact their job sixty to seventy percent felt that the bipolar symptoms impacted their job. So from the patient's point of view, the side effects are a little better, but almost as bad as the disorder itself in the workplace. The bottom line while the PDR can tell us what side effects to expect surveys like this. Tell us just how damaging those side effects are. And the numbers here are much higher than what we see in the PDR. What's unclear is whether lithium or the Anti convulsants would raise the same level of complaint in

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National Nonprofit Day with Hannah Hethmon

Podcast Gumbo

03:40 min | 11 months ago

National Nonprofit Day with Hannah Hethmon

"Hey Paul this is Hannah Hessman August. Seventeenth is national nonprofit day. My favorite kind of nonprofits are museums. Of course, all our favourite museums are locked down right now struggling to get through this virus like the rest of us. So I thought we'd celebrate them a little and I challenge you on that note to find a great podcast created by a museum. Go. Well Hannah under most other circumstances, this would have been a minor challenge. But as it turns out, we have a mutual friend that has a podcast about museums and that same friend was my eighth guest on this show. For my first recommendation, I'm going with museum archipelago. When the host Ian Elsner was my guest I mentioned an old episode about the Apollo Eleven landing site. But I'm not going to take the easy way out and I'm going to suggest to newer and very relevant topic statues. In this episode and talks about the relationship statues and museums, he goes into the tearing down toward causton statue and one of his guests talks about the slippery slope. So to celebrate this National Nonprofit Day learn about a nonprofit consider donating time or money to one that you believe in and let us know using the National Nonprofit Day Hashtag. Today's guest is Hannah Hetman. Hannah's the writer and producer of the Vagina Museum podcast. Yes. You heard that correctly. In New York there is a sex museum which I've been to. In Iceland, there is a Pinas Museum which I haven't been to. And now there is a Johnny Museum which opened in London in two thousand and nineteen. The podcast. Liked the museum is all about smashing shame and stigma around the vagina through awareness education and route puns. The first and recommended episode is entitled. See you next Tuesday as in the letter C. and the letter, you would you like me to wait for you to figure it out. As most people know there are many terms for the vagina, but there is one that stands out as the most offensive if you still haven't figured it out, it starts with the letter C and ends would Tuesday? This episode answers a lot of questions about that specific word. For last recommendation Hannah recommends if people saw that slavery was getting started why didn't they stop it by Q. and Abe? She says and I quote. This podcast is produced totally in house by President Lincoln's cottage in DC. They take questions from their guests. They can't answer at the moment and die super deep into them with the help of historians to address big ideas in American history loosely connected to Abraham. Lincoln. Of course, but it's so much more than a podcast about Lincoln Unquote. For. Today's episode hot sauce. I'm going to relay on link that Hannah gave me. If I got stuck trying to find an episode related to this day. Hanna is the owner of better lemon creative audio that produces podcast for museums, history organizations, and cultural nonprofits. So check out the director she created that anyone can add to. Come back on August, twenty fifth where I'll be talking about close a topic I have no business talking about.

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"pina" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

09:18 min | 1 year ago

"pina" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Bilger Pina colada quick the quicker picker upper bounty picks up spills and messes quicker and is two times more absorbent than the leading ordinary brand so you can get back to getting caught in the don't all the fun of the eighties joined Bill Murray in stripes all eighties weekend on sunny one oh seven nine cystic the passcode thank this we thank I the this call eighties weekend on thirty one oh seven nine is that right this.

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‘I Keep Hearing Painful Coughs’: Life on Quarantined Cruise Ship

Colleen and Bradley

04:58 min | 1 year ago

‘I Keep Hearing Painful Coughs’: Life on Quarantined Cruise Ship

"We talked about a story yesterday where in the diamond princess which is a a princess cruise ship was forced to dock outside of Yokohama Japan can undergo some of the passengers were supposed to go under testing because there were thoughts that some of them might have been carrying the corona viruses well it turns out at least twenty thus far according Japanese health effects have tested positive they have tested a hundred and two people so far of those twenty or positive the first ten cases were announced yesterday at on this and the second ten today arm now here's the thing two we learned about that yesterday and as a result princess cruises decided to quarantine that ship I actually think it was the Japanese government quarantine that ship meaning they could not doc for two weeks there are wild they couldn't be like people can get off the damn **** for two weeks right and yesterday we have this whole conversation where I was like I don't know on the one hand I mean you're on a cruise ship on the other hand I don't know that I want to be stuck on a cruise ship because like are we getting the full meal deal right are we getting the is the casino open like what are the rules yeah do you get to kick back on the lido deck and have your virgin Pina Qalat does from The New York Times article today where they had somebody report on this quote I keep hearing painful cost all not good so here's the thing things are looking up for the people the two thousand by the way I think we said it was like thirty seven hundred or something it's two thousand people quarantine on this cruise ship things are looking up but here's why this is maybe not as exciting as you want to be the things that were looking up included meals coming on a more regular schedule what does that mean it means meals coming to your cabin delivered by people in hazmat suits sweatshirts I don't know if there were a hazmat suits everybody has to stay in their room who are your quarantine to your room now the internet was upgraded to a wider band with so everybody's able to communicate with the outside world and there was even official approval to breathe some fresh air what do I mean by that this is still just a day two of a two week quarantine and there is still a persistent concern about spreading the virus and the long days ahead of people stuck inside their cabins they did say here's one person quote on Twitter I keep hearing painful coughs from a foreigner in a nearby well my gosh I might get infected today or tomorrow I mean that seems a little tired other passengers have been widely away some of the time on social media they said if there were more hopeful signs one noted that supplies were being moved into port and the ambulances were in position another said that entertainment crews have been calling guest rooms to cheer people up and toilet paper had been dissed ash I am Hey guys do do do do same song can we talk about it is one thing to be stuck in a cruise home that has a window to the outside world or a balcony he is quite another to be in an interior cabin like Yardley wanna passenger who's in a interior cabin with no windows traveling with her six year old son they said I can't even quote I'm so looking forward to it the it was that they were gonna allow small groups with face mask to breathe air on open dax she said permission had been granted with those in windowless rooms like hers allowed to go out first because I I wonder I bet you can't even go out on your balcony no although I would probably say you know yeah the door a little bit just to take some time out there this sounds like I feel this is a nightmare this is not what we wanted it to be I don't think well in my head I was like two weeks on a cruise ship yeah I like to do at the infected people in you know their own quarters I mean my kindle get a lot of work by all but I and then I also think about it with three kids in a small room that would be if they were all healthy yeah that would be a nightmare and if one got on healthy because they accidentally touched the you know rail that somebody who had it well in time as you're sitting in a room in her there you would just very quickly think the world is coming to an aisle class and you're gonna get screwed so anyway that's terror our thoughts and prayers to flow to the people stuck on the

Gut bacteria prefer to chow down on certain dietary fibers

Generation Bold

07:45 min | 1 year ago

Gut bacteria prefer to chow down on certain dietary fibers

"Now speaking of the field of aging we have a leading scientists in research in the field of aging are with us right now a doctor Michael Lewis garden and I just want to give you his website before we do anything it's Michael well the normal way am I CH a E. L. L. U. S. T. G. A. R. T. E. N. dot com and we will also have that on our website of course and he is a scientist a Tufts University and the human nutrition research center on aging so his research when it comes to an interest in is specifically about aging and that he sees a problem the problem is our guts he's written a book about it I'll tell you all about that in a minute but I want to go to the doctor right now. why are you concentrating on microbes in the god of microbial health and what does that have to do actually with the science of better H. R. two so to jump into that I should say that about five years ago I didn't care about microbes bacteria viruses on that I didn't care about any of it he didn't walk in on my radar at all I started off studying blood predictors of muscle mass and function in older adults and when I was doing that I published several papers that identified bacterial metabolites in the blood that were either positively or negatively associated with muscle mass and function in older adults so that led me into the idea of well maybe the cop microphonics playing some role on stark Pina and based on that I was able to get some studies funded and as you saw at the conference I publish that recently published some of that data on the role of got microbiome on muscle strength but there are a bit in emerging field right now the will of the gut microbiome on the government's lack of muscle mass and functions where three papers and mine support paper so far this year have identified microbes for real for the gut microbiome on muscle mass and functions so it's an emerging a rapidly emerging feel dope now in terms of nutrition that potentially can optimize that the most obvious place to start would be with dietary fiber in the reason for that is because our humans don't have the enzymes to digest dietary fiber dietary fiber passes into your large intestine and then bacteria in your large intestine convert those those fibers into short chain fatty acids so basically very short little fat but you don't you don't normally get from diet with the exception of something they like water which may have small amounts of the short chain fatty acid butyric but very low amount compared to what you could convert from five or so then once these bacteria make short chain fatty acids does ready I go from the inside of the intestine into the intestinal cells which can aren't test motels the mitochondria particular use those short chain fatty acids to make energy that energy is used to improve got barrier function which is important for keeping stuff that was in the inside of the intestine from going into the blood and that's important because during aging that that. got here actually decreases so if you have a low fiber diet your body will be able to have optimal intestinal barrier function more stuff that inside the intestines will leak into the blood potentially activating information information of all kinds of nasty things sore muscles are green all the issues in our blood so again port place to start in terms of optimizing our health and longevity is optimized dietary fiber intake that's the core theme of the book and I should also I didn't start off with that idea and that approach the idea and the that is default through the literature I basically changed my diet after going down this road do you have a super high fiber diet rabbit close to a hundred grand five a day triple the RDA so that I can optimal got very function and you know improve systemic functions. so you thought your listening now and you know that there's a tremendous amount of information both technical and practical and I won just give you the website again that that is the doctor or scientist website Michael lust Garten L. U. S. T. G. A. R. T. E. N. dot com and it again this is not coming from the world of selling supplements this is coming from the world of science research both in the laboratory and personally so now let's get practical for a second I every morning I take my flax seeds and I put them in my yogurt alright I take my chia seeds and I put it in my smoothie but I don't think I have anything compared to the amount that you're putting into your body and is there anything country indicating them and these are the ways that you're suggesting people get the dietary fiber. so flak he can be a great way to get increase your fiber but the foundation of my diet is a few festivals not in terms of fiber content per calorie nothing beats the fiber density vegetables and a happy post on this on my blog by compared the fiber and not just five or ten nutrient density of vegetables compared to all green calorie for K. per calorie per calorie nothing beats vegetables opt for fiber and nutrient density so when I eat vegetables I'm not eating a few for the broccoli and meeting a pound or more actually sorry. Graham a more actually yesterday I had eleven hundred grams broccoli morning in addition to other stocks so a meeting if you divide the best schools to get this fiber goal but I should mention I'm not vegan I'm not a vegetarian I do eat the meat ID with some dairy I can be to make but at the end of the day for me it's more than just a simple dietary ideology way say go high fiber for me back to work and I know that because like I said I track my diet in a truck my circulating biomarkers it'll lower fiber diet was able to optimize my biological age then I I promote that too but for me what works best for me is a very high fiber diet in terms of optimizing got help and biologically. so let me just tell everybody that. when tell and Mikael when Dr Michael it's gotten speaks people listen so are also remember these scientists and part of his experiment is himself which is what makes him so unique in the scientific world and I will tell you that his overall and I'm reading his book and you should always book microbial burden a major cause of aging and age related disease easy to get on Amazon I put on my kindle it was a pleasure to read on the plane all the other day and I learned a lot but the fact is that his over arching words are no that I self sees very much like the oracle at Delphi no they sell and he knows himself because he keeps testing and so this doesn't mean you go out and and you do this but I tell you what I did do doctor I went out and I would have had to carry. you said so that was the only way yeah. we're gonna come back in a couple of seconds and I'm I do want to talk about that how we can as a practical matter could some of what you have learned and you learn things that are very impressive and work for most people to different degrees out into our diets properly and that were also does look a little bit about the idea of nutrition as we get older because they're even changing that concept when it comes to surgery used to tell you not to eat that's changing we'll be back in just to get you

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"pina" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"pina" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

"How can all of these people beyond the same side man like all these fifty thousand fans can't be wrong right so so i would literally just with the public they can however however all of these people are going to lose everybody would-be broke it so if you don't think that i've made every single mistake along the way and that's the thing with this man only the game can teach the game much like poker. There's only one way to learn and that's to lose and that's to see what works for you and as you go through. You really can find what your you know. Strengths are and what markets are in all that type of stuff and <hes> you can kind of live on those markets and live on those quote unquote crumbs once you really the thing is once you spend and so much time in niche markets. You'll find that oddsmakers are not spending all this time in niche markets think about it. They have to hang totals. They team total second-half totals over unders. I mean you name it first quarter second quarter third quarter fourth-quarter line in game lines. There's no there's no possible way that everything single thing could be as sharp as that needs to. An algorithm is as clear and crisp as it needs to so. It's just a way to find inefficiencies in the market using their markets. Oh so when it comes to college football here it sounds like largely a lot of the work that you do is matchup dependent. So how much summer work do you do or or is this a situation where you handicapped these games on an individual level week by week looking for those you know those perceived inaccuracies seasons derivative market i mean how much research do you do leading up to the season at this conversation. Man always fascinates me because think about this both college football ball in n._f._l. We go from when the first college football lions are posted or the n._f._l. We have no longer really probably three or four months. <hes> to you handicapped those yet so now we have three months to to do all this for week one and then directly after that first saturday or that first sunday we turn from three months of of handicapping into six days basically not even in some cases five days whatever it is thursday game and so even west tuesday if there's a mac game and so so it's always fascinated me that people spend all of this time specifically handicapping week one as if it's any difference because lines have been out for longer and it's it's it makes the sense to me to put that much time and effort in especially if you're gonna do what ninety nine percent of people do is throw everything that you handicapped away because an outcome didn't go your way you know week kwan and so it doesn't make a lot of sense to specifically spend so much time on week one when it comes to football. It's more a narrative. It's more more the overarching theme that i want to dig into the coaching staff if there's new ones if there's a scheme change i mean you look at a team like georgia tech coming in. Do i really care what happens week. One <hes> <hes> i mean yes or no i if i do feel that is specific matchup but more of a handicap in the off season is the fact that team that is going you know they're taking the triple option out of their offense yet every single player on scholarship on that team largely besides true freshman were recruited to run the triple option so it's a team. I'm going to look up to you know i fade but then i'm also going to look into the futures market and look towards the they're under or or whatever it is because of the narrative of who is on that team the staff staff what they wanna do in the personnel. They have to run that you look at a team like last year with scott frost coming over doesn't didn't have his guys chip. Kelly coming back didn't have his guys to run his system now they do you and you've seen the win..

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"pina" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"pina" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

"Us is just how it's gonna work out and so when you build your lineup around that it's built to do to not strike out to get on based. They're l. trying to write the sequel the moneyball when in tampa when it comes to that type of thing as well but teams are constructing their lineup in a specific way in you know as a handicapper. You need to know every single the market that you can use that to your advantage in you know in tampa and even oakland to a degree. I started using an opener. The first the first inning prop for yes. No runs was still still being priced as a minus one ten even though you know <hes> yarborough or stanford or whoever it was was going out there and giving you three free outs and you're really paying for you know the market was telling you to pay for six but you really only having the sweat out three when it came to tampa so the k- props you really the same thing i mean you look down the line houston and i'll give you just the kind of the right handed version you know if angels are the best league against raising not striking out at about fifteen point three percent houston number two at seventeen percent and so you have a guy with a low strike or maybe a guy who is striking out a lot. You're gonna have inherently value to go under that type of strikeout prop and on the other side you know going over on some of the worst teams like that <hes> depending on you know the the k. through nine and again. I keep it really really simple when it comes to all this stuff and it comes for the k. <unk> market it was just really the next logical evolution solution to kind of take advantage of some very simple stats that are out there. What are the other things. I noticed about major league baseball this season and this is something that it's hard for me to hop on board with because again i'm so deep into the advanced metrics and a lot of them. Do require pretty significant sample sizes but i found this year and i've really found this. I think across a lot of sports. It feels like short-term. Streaks are so much more prevalent than they used to be. I noticed it in the n._h._l. N._h._l. last year i've noticed it in the n._b._a. As well and now this year i think i noticed it more and major league baseball that i previously have. We're the good teams will win. Six in a row lose three or four in a row win five in a row lose three in a row and then they accumulate a good record based on that where i don't really remember that being the case all that often previously. I don't know if this is the parody of the league. I don't know if this is just the way that the league kind of runs now with one hundred and sixty two games but i feel like hopping on short-term streaks been more profitable than ever yeah man again it goes back to kind of what you want to do or your thought process when it comes to handicapping and short term streaks largely mean nothing to some guys in wien everything some guys and i- largely like you can call it a street you can call it a trend you can call it whatever it is i have you know basically a thought process that no matter what the positive indicators are regression or the negative ones until something stops being profitable. Why am i truthfully. Why do you really care is what it comes down to. If the blackhawks over comes to mind look there's a couple out there right. <hes> strasbourg expert on the road is is absolutely absurd for the nationals. <hes> four-game trends meaning that washington is like twenty three and his his last getting thirty you start games that kershaw starts dodgers are whatever it is you know thirty in four whatever this year it's these absurd trends..

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Anthony Pettis To Fight Nate Diaz

Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

02:24 min | 2 years ago

Anthony Pettis To Fight Nate Diaz

"Odds. It's probably as they get worse. You know throw going three to five. I would say they'll probably hang a three three and a half is pretty standard for cormie fights as he is usually usually in championship main event fights for that five around duration so i would say it's probably right around three and a half <hes>. I'm not going to get involved. Both of these guys you know they can put the lights gourmet. That's the fact and you know nobody has really been better in that transition game of of pulling off stoppages in really winning the fight pillar to post if it went to a decision or if it didn't got finished along the way so i'm not gonna probably be getting involved in this either way from a betting perspective as the current prices but you know from a pig perspective man and you're never gonna get me to bet against a new corey unless he's fighting one john jones and that's the stance at i'll take on this one as well all right so we definitely have a lot to look forward to here in the main event now of course be pulling for steeping. Maybe i'll put i don't know maybe i'll put the emotional hedge on cormet here in this one but we've got some very good fights on the card otherwise anthony pettus and nate diaz pedestal right now minus one thirty favourite over at the sl. What are you thinking about this fight here christian yeah making his return polarizing guy and polarizing figure in the sport hasn't fought since the mcgregor series back in two thousand sixteen march fifth and august twentieth and you know if you kind of take those out of their <hes> the last wind comes in other take away his mcgregor win but it is what it is last wins have come in two thousand sixteen in two thousand fifteen nate diaz because of who he is is in the persona that he brings to the table largely gets a pass when it comes to the tactical version of it being mixed martial artist. He's a boxer man and and i'm not trying to take away from what he is but you know losses against rafael dough sanyo's josh thomson <hes> benson hernandez rory macdonald decay kim <hes> <hes> you know not exactly the murderers row of a resume india's largely gets a pass because people just absolutely love him on the other side. I feel like if it's just kind of won't we'll go away but he keeps fighting. Despite you know having to kind of the same analysis

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Medical Tourism Broker Doctours Expands to 35 Countries

Business Wars Daily

04:55 min | 2 years ago

Medical Tourism Broker Doctours Expands to 35 Countries

"The Bra I'm wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Thursday July twenty fifth. Would you go to Mexico Thailand or Dubai for surgery. Well One L.. A. Startup is betting big that you will. The company is docked tours spell like Nick Diaz E. T. O. U.. R. S. Tours it connects patients with cheaper medical procedures overseas founder Kaylynn o'shaughnessy compares docked tours to the online site Angie's list except that instead of helping find a plumber she says. Doc Tours is helping you find a physician earlier this month. The company announced it can help patients find medical treatments in thirty five different countries o'shaughnessy began her career in the tourism business starting and selling an online travel company when he called trip scope in twenty seventeen she launched docked tours with funding from a handful of individual investors today the company claims customers using doctors online platform can locate in book three hundred thirty five different medical olen dental procedures along with the associated flights and lodging company takes a commission on your trip. It also pays a five percent commission to travel agents not only on the travel but also on the medical procedure itself according to Shaughnessy. See the entire medical tourism business is going great guns spurred by patients anxious to save money on notoriously high American medical expenses most patients seek elective procedures such as cosmetic surgery in vitro fertilization stem stem cell therapy still medical tourism isn't the healthcare panacea. It's been hyped to be prior to the passage of the affordable care act the industry looked to be on the upswing. It was heavily promoted to insurers and two large employers the idea companies he's could send their sick employees abroad preferably to places where one might WanNa vacation anyway saving the insurer or employer oodles of money but surveys show that most people don't want to travel more than thirty miles for surgery and so. Employees offered the benefit said a resounding no now few if any large insurers offer it still numbers are climbing if not as quickly as promised docked tours and other smaller medical tourism facilitators facilitators are targeting consumers paying for procedures themselves private payers choosing say a nose job have more incentive to find bargains abroad than do insured patients doc tours promises savings of up to eighty eight percent savings however vary by procedure and country the online site patients beyond borders estimates savings across the industry ranging from a low of twenty percent in Brazil to a high of eighty percent in Malaysia. Good statistics are hard to come by in part because of the nebulous definition of a medical tourist it doesn't include ex-pats or adventures who happen to get sick while traveling abroad for example upwards of one and a half million Americans became medical medical tourists last year though according to dock tours patients beyond borders estimates the number will rise to almost two million this year because the industry is still relatively new hype abounds for instance doctors claims medical and dental tourism is a four four hundred thirty nine billion dollar global market but that figure has been debunked according to the Medical Tourism Association the real number they report is closer to seventy billion dollars but this raises a question about the enterprise in a larger. Your sense Americans put their trust health system. That's highly regulated in the U._S.. How do you know how safe a procedure is overseas? And what legal recourse would you have. If something goes wrong doctor says most of their providers have international accreditation but they also don't take on any liability medical tourism may indeed be the right thing for you and as promoters say wouldn't you like to recover on a beach with a Pina Colada and but given the loosey-goosey nature of the price price market and safety claims will this much is for certain. You'd better do your homework before you get on that plane.

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NFL, Baseball And Fifty Three Days discussed on Charlie Parker

Charlie Parker

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

NFL, Baseball And Fifty Three Days discussed on Charlie Parker

"Your next long weekend is fifty three days away Monday September second Labor Day seven days before the beginning of the NFL season tonight major league baseball's home run derby tomorrow night major league baseball's all star game in for the on here national Pina colada day is on Wednesday good luck to traffic

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Gunman Opens Fire in Brazilian Cathedral, Killing at Least 4

Michael Medved

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Gunman Opens Fire in Brazilian Cathedral, Killing at Least 4

"The White House Brazilian authorities say a man opened fire after mass at cathedral killing four people and wounding four more before taking a bullet in the ribs in a firefight with police and then shooting himself in the head the shooting happened right after the midday service had ended at the metropolitan cathedral income Pinas a city about sixty miles north of Sao Paulo. Authorities have not yet determined a motive they say. The shooter was not a

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"pina" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"pina" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"In the second inning. Absolutely guys up. It's starting you know, what Yossi there at second base is really what the brewers have done as well. Manny PINA L getting a second base. We saw that this this post-season we've seen a little bit so kind of an exchange there, and hey, this is what you want right game. Seven ratcheted up everybody let it all hang out dodgers to brewers one. Here are the top of the second week a second still nobody out at. Here's the second. Debasement of Chris Taylor hitting three fifty in the series right handed battery swings and hits the ground. Short arsia has it week back to second throw on the first one down. Josh hater took his sweat shirt off in the bullpen. But nobody has started throwing yet. But as I say that I believe that haters now walking to the mound and picking up a baseball, and we all know haters gonna pitch at some point. But when he pitches depends on how things are going. And it looks like maybe if things go a little bit sideways here on scene that hater might come into really or really early. Just to try to keep the game close. Here's Austin binds the catcher number eight hitter two for fourteen in the LCS making his fourth consecutive start right handed batter. Chaschina look back at a you. Get second pitch to bar swinging a ground ball just foul up. The third base line backhanded by Gustavus, and he'll lob it up into the seats. So hater is now throwing in the second inning game. Seven. And he is throwing with a purpose out of that bullpen indeed. And not a surprise that. He would be that first.

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"pina" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"pina" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"WIBC rob KENDALL. Brian baker. We are the c team not the eighteen not the B team. But the c team and I'm still a little bit juiced up here. Rob you are pumped up, and you should be because you've been done for today. Bumped you up? Yes, I've been gone two days. But it hasn't been fun. I wish I could say I was, you know, kicking back relaxing opinion Collado in hand, unruly like PINA coladas. Why would I use that as an example where were you? Well, rob have you ever heard of the Ortho Wendy? Yeah, I have now I liked the Ortho. Wendy good folk over there, and they have lots of tests and diagnostics that they can do on you all of them, exceptionally painful. Oh, yes. You're getting tested. Yes. I I had the MRI earlier last month, which is basically where they they lay down on the table. And then they put like a basically a plastic bucket over your head and calls you go into a panic attack over claustrophobia. So that's a lot of fun and very effective. And then they do an EMT. Liam G is is they stickier with needles, and then they basically electric YouTube. That's a very low current. But to me it felt like Mel Gibson in lethal weapon. One. What why are they doing this? They're doing this because I have somehow or another screwed up my next something awful. And I'm very upset about it. Because I'm only forty years old, but apparently the stunt work in conjunction with maybe having some bad posture. Also, maybe some bad genetics have contributed in some way to me having severe degeneration of the discs between the old vertebrae and on the neck now, I love this that you spent like what fifteen years literally jumping off tall buildings and getting run over by automobile..

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Report: Selena Gomez hospitalized for mental health treatment

The Morning Toast

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Report: Selena Gomez hospitalized for mental health treatment

"According to him z. who was the first report? News Gomez, suffered an apparent emotional breakdown following to hospitalizations within the last few weeks related to her lupus and last year's kidney transplant. The outlive reports that go MS received medical treatment at cedar Sinai and LA. After her white blood cell count became increasingly low. A reduction in the number of white blood cells is called Luke co PINA and is sometimes common for those with active lupus. Earlier this year Gomez completed a two week treatment program in NYC ID and depression. She's Hurley reportedly receiving treatment, including dialectical behavior therapy at the same psychiatric facility. So news has a statement from her Cam for an insider. Sling has been really trying to. A hard recently to remain focus and not let her health affect her. She

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The news you missed during your summer vacation

The Big Biz Radio Show

05:44 min | 3 years ago

The news you missed during your summer vacation

"Been a busy week in Washington. So I did something very purposeful for the last part of the summer. I had not many of you know, I got on this show because I I was in talk radio for many years. And even though the show's been around for twenty two years, I was doing talk radio simultaneously insanity. When Los Angeles. So I was the talk radio guy. Yeah. Be in a studio talking talking on the radio show. So, but I was it was it was, you know, politics and local economy, stop, and this and that how it affects. So since I had no I got out of the local. I mean, I I still do a lot of it. But I'm not full-time. I fall fill in here and there just because it's time consuming, Pat my career in however. I said purposely at the end of the summer starting at the beginning of August. I was gonna shut off CNN Fox News MSNBC CNBC, all news stations. I was gonna listen to any news for a month. You did. And you went to Maui to start it all off. I did I went to Maui with rusty to start off because the problem is in this business. Yeah. People say all the time. How do you guys prep or always prepping because they're always listening? Okay. Turn up listening to yacht. Rock. Yacht rock on. Yeah. No. I'm not kidding. I've been listening to rock on what's the thing called. But that'd be serious or I heart. This is your rock, by the way, I heart radio. This is this was the era of rock, by the way. But like the PINA colada song, for example. Hammock rock. I got Hanukkah. A month. So I want to get back. He's back from. Perpetual, the that he never stops. Never stops. News. And he is he is appears the purveyor of political dot com. He's the author of the book the divided era, Tom, delbra Korotan. How are you, sir? Great to have you on. So I'm not kidding. When I say this the only thing I heard about in the news. I heard John McCain died, obviously because I saw that. I I saw there was some sort of a publication thing where the newspapers came out and said f you Donald Trump or something I didn't I didn't. I didn't even know what that was. But honestly that is as far as I paid attention to the news it literally twenty seven days. So catch us all up, and what's the latest? Here you go. Well, latest is that Trump announced his trade deal with Mexico. Being president. He's got this crazy notion. Show up to work every day and actually. They get to the mid and they're Evan election year. And and they're afraid to do anything. So. So. Really big deal. Markets have responded. Well, NASDAQ went to a new height. They expanded candidates to come along and complete that was in the next couple of months as well. So on business notion the idea that foster economic growth leading Cal Cal Calvin Coolidge, say of America's business, and that the government should get out of the way Trump soon. Yeah. Oh boy. There are those who would want to bring down the presidency for game. That's the competition. Matt America's in these days, and that groups Robert Mueller, and that's not going as well. Although I do. Paul manafort's wind up in jail. That is to be bad lawyer and even dumber client. Lanny Davis Clinton attorney now represents him. Is committing atrocious ethical issues and overstating the fast. I'm not sure that have that much of an impact. But here's. I don't know if anybody does as Thompson attorney, Tom, Tom double cars, a practicing attorney. Oh, good. I need help. When you. Must've got that from Russia. I was worried. Good. I just tell you about rusty nails. When he went to. Rusty males goes to Russia. And what does what do you do when you're taking some downtime and Russia can take your laptop down in the lobby just opened up your laptop and yet. You start hitting online in Russia got high act on my Email list. And you get me get a. Weird radio. It's me. It's all done with emojis. Anyway. So Tom talk about legal the legal east side of this thing. First of all, you talk about you talk about being a bad client in a bad lawyer Manafort, though on the other side of the fence. I would I would argue that if he were if he was convicted as he was and he's probably going to go to jail. This is if there was if if Mueller had anything on him he would have used it over his head to say, well, I'm going to reduce your sentence. Obviously, this means that Miller has nothing on him. Correct. Thank you. Because popadopoulos. Plea bargain calling plea bargain. Manafort, plea bargain, if anybody was gonna know anything about alleged wrongdoings Trump related to the election and would have been those three and it didn't happen. Muller's pushing ahead. Meanwhile, judge let's out terrorists in Mexico desert lets them out on bail manafort's in solitary confinement. The American people seem as they recognize this. And what is going on right now is getting hurt in the polls by these things because it's the numbers are already baked in more hot a chance to be objective. One day. The media had a chance to be objective ruined. Even the I had a chance to fall on both sides. And do what was right? They haven't done it. CBS pollen shows that the more they lean on Trump stronger. His base gaps in wine to get out and reelect Republicans just asked me, I'm still a big fan. So. What about obviously in the economy is just killing it? What about what about this talk? Is. There have been recent talking about Democrats take the takeover congress take the house impeachment. Is there is that kind of died down? Or is that sorta that's going? Fever pitch MSNBC was talking about. This is the end sort of saying, and what's interesting about that is the numbers haven't changed that much now. With this new deal with Mexico unlikely another deal with candidate before the election. Once you're gonna see economies. Dwell. Todd turn after turn off your CPA. He's so piper interview after us to call them on Skype. You can take that. That's all right. Honestly, though, the fever pitch fever pitch. Part of this thing is really interesting. Stay right there, Tom because I'm gonna keep you over here. I think for me, I think I think it's going to be interesting to find out how the false because we got you know, got elections come up enough. Sixty sixty three days,

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"pina" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"pina" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Francisco Cumulus station Giants replay Ballgame Sissy Any number five. Years Wayne guy the Jews by one ball of right I didn't get it to you sorry We're. Good One nothing giants here in, the fifth it's Peres Pena and our, CEA The pitch so I'm gonna high pop-up fouled on the right feline PINA popped out to Hanson in the second inning What are the giveaways the brewers have on their giveaway list this year at the ballpark Is a a Bob euchre bobble opener giveaway And you've seen those around town is a breaking bold alot were maybe it's like a Cal A bottle, opener a Stanford bottle opener when you open up a bottle of beer or whatever is offering it plays the song The fight song, of Stanford or Cal Well this has, five different things that Bob euchre says when you open up, a bottle of beer. In this case because it's from Milwaukee obviously the. Two one pitcher chop ground ball longoria he's. Got to take a step back lobster I and they got him one out So let's do a trial run. This is the Bob euchre bobble opener in. Here's the first thing Bob euchre says But this one I. Might actually put it. On counsel's tap That's pretty cool right not bad All right here's, the? Second one Skinny I'll. Be here all night We've got three more is yours many of the catcher and. A breaking. Ball for false drive. All right here's number three Get off the couch and bring. Me another. One of those That's. Part of his, home run call right get. Up get up get outta here gone or something like that Oh in one too many Pinon And the pitch. Swing and a pop up foul by the way euchre's in his foul out of play is. Forty, eight season as a broadcaster For the brewers they had a statue of.

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"pina" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"pina" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Thursday, there John the, brewers Manny PINA is beginning a rehab assignment tonight at class single, Appleton the timber, Rattlers Wisconsin timber. Rattlers that's where Pena is right. Now he's been on the ten day since July eighth retroactive to the seventh also up. There Matt. Albers remember. Him one of the relievers be great to get him. Back he's been out since may we having with the timber Rattlers. Round one of the British Open is in the books Carnoustie, Scotland the, nickname they give it his car. Nasty I don't know if I call it that. Today American. Kevin Kisner is in the lead after the first round, fire a five hundred sixty six Jordan speak one at last. Year he's still in the running this year shot a one over seventy two Tiger. Woods one of his best rounds in a major in a while and even par. Seventy one some news out of the NBA today with the Oklahoma City, thunder have agreed to trade Carmelo Anthony to the Atlanta Hawks but reports are that. Will not last long Anthony then we'll be waived. By the. Atlanta Hawks making him a free agent and then reports say that the Houston Rockets will be the front runners to. Scoop him up by the way today and they felt training camp officially began who. Opened up camp the bears nobody else opens up for a few days yet why. The bears they need more practice than anybody John that's why they opened, the time they'll be in I all year Packers open up next Thursday of course at Saint Norbert tonight, sports central Justin Garcia sits in, for..

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LeBron James is still underpaid

Planet Money

03:08 min | 3 years ago

LeBron James is still underpaid

"To figure out if lebron james is still underpaid we called up one of the economists from that original report victor matheson from holy cross university he happened to be on vacation at the time in mexico i am in cancun i'm sitting at a pina colada by the pool under a palm tree no less i could touch the palm tree if i sat up from my lounge chair well don't do that don't strain yourself just lounge and we'll ask you about lebron james is lebron james still underpaid his salary's gone way up probably still underpaid lebron continues to get hosed even with a monster deal from the lakers because being the world's greatest basketball player means being responsible for a huge economic ripple effect think of ticket prices says victor for example in cleveland average attendance cleveland's went up in the game and of course places for the picket lay more than that we have seen some evidence that the very top stars might be making even at the nba maximum salaries still might be underpaid by twenty thirty fifty percents that means lebron james may still be underpaid by around twenty million dollars that's what i got my my peak it's out so i got i gotta get outta here thanks so much sure thing by for a second opinion on this we call it up brian windhorst from espn he's kind of the lebron james guy over at espn i sometimes in healty of making things too complex so we don't be afraid say hey you're not talking to nba board of governors here luckily brian says this is not complex he is still underpaid and yes because five six years ago the nba was bringing in about seven or eight hundred million dollars per year in television money from their broadcast partners turn on espn that number is now closer to two point four billion the tv money has tripled per year wow lebron james salary has only a little over doubled and of course a big reason tv money is up is because of lebron james brian says that if lebron salary was not tied up in all those nba restrictions and if teams were able to pay him whatever they wanted my guess is that a team in a very large market would probably offer lebron a deal approaching one hundred million dollars a year instead lebron will have to make do with that thirty six million dollar salary oh and by the way lebron is also getting hit by moving to california a state with the highest income tax and much higher cost of living than ohio so looks like poor lebron james just cannot catch a break

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"pina" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"pina" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"And right now you got a couple of catchers who are hitting around two hundred in manny pina and also jet bandy got text message and the text message said are there any catching prospects in the minors maybe jacob ninety nine we've seen nottingham this year for me nottingham somebody if if manny pina goes on the table lists tomorrow and you got to fill a week a couple of weeks whatever nottingham come up here and he can do a fine job but he still somebody to me this is first year really in triple a and he could use he could use a full season and aaa before getting here i don't i don't yet trust jacob naughty ham is being a guy who's going to be part of that catching duo and he's the guy who's the closest he's on the forty man roster he's right there but i would be if they if they make a decision that they want to upgrade the catcher spot this year i don't know if jacob naughty ham is the answer to that right now lineup for today lorenzo cain will lead things off he is in center field christian yelich has the number two hitter and left field ryan braun is in the starting lineup today he is at first base travis shaw will bat fourth at third base domingo santana betty fifth in right field eric so guard after getting on base three times yesterday and scoring twice he is at second base batting six batty seventh shortstop orlando arsia jet bandy he will be behind the plate today he bats eighth and then chase anderson he'll be on the mound anderson coming into today's game where they three and to record a three point three eight the brewers are facing pirates right hander chad cool who's three too but has a bit of an elevated era at five point zero one winner of today's game will take two of three in the series couple of the baseball notes really quickly yada your molina of the cardinals he's on the disabled list he's going to be out a month dodgers pitcher clayton kershaw he's on the disabled list as well so guys seem to be going down right and left i hope you will join me after the game for brewers extra innings will be breaking down all parts all aspects of this afternoon's contest so soon as the network broadcast wraps up i'll be back with you for brewers extra innings here from miller park but right now as we do approach at.

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"pina" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"pina" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"A rope and that we're talking about which is so plentiful bon all of so so not only does it help with your bones but healthier cholesterol level as well and you're seeing really that women are more likely to have to address asked who pina then men a and selling fear woman say you said you need to start when you your 20s really considering this in general when would someone start this and if let's say they started taking it orally as a supplement and by the way you can explain is it is it in a pill form is it in powder how do you how do you yes ayutthaya take it by pill mostly intent but i'm sure the you know because it's watersoluble i'm sure there are going to be people who are going to come out with an easier powders or things like that make it easier more convenient for people to take on sure they'll be able to do after right now i'm talking about a cow pull that come up with taken together the study was done on two hundred fifty milligrams of the bought all of i think that's really what people are going to take that's what they're going to see in the stores that's working they're gonna theme the bottle it just remarkable what it can do i think yeah well and for somebody like you who really works with formulation solat the one thing i got excited to have thinking gosh and billion he supplement line because i look at banal of and i think to myself in nowadays where we're doing the science we had the clinical studies these ingredients are sustainable the companies that are providing them have backbone these are worldclass premium resources that you think about how exciting it is to put something together that has he said you don't take the college now you don't necessarily you might get a different form of magnesium or a delivery system that has different mechanisms of action by but bone olive can go right along with it and to me a got excited i do.

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"pina" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"pina" Discussed on KOMO

"Department they said it was in the quote spirit of parity for russia's decision to reduce the number of us diplomatic staff in its country creating a quote equal number of diplomats in each they said they hope the two countries can quote move forward to achieve the stated goal for both our presidents improved relations between our two countries serena marshall abc news washington health officials are telling residents working unclean at projects in the floods zone to be careful wet sheet rock and carpeting can be contaminated with mold mildew in all kinds of dangerous bacteria experts recommend wearing gloves and safety masks and urging anybody working in floodwater and make sure they're ten shots are up to date abc's eva pilgrim has the latest with floodwaters is starting to recede so many are anxious to salvage what's left a small army of friends neighbours and even strangers marching in sifting through soggy helps these streets were rivers now breeding grounds for mould and mildew which can grow just twenty four to forty eight hours after contact with water and a lot of estonians remain in shelters but as flood survivors begin to return home fire chief sanyal pina warns today there are hazards to look out for wildlife snakes rodin's they get displaced during this time they seek sheltering a home include so be cautious of that like they didn't have enough stuff to worry atlanta komo news time five fourteen aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours with alleged here's marina rockinger komo traffic alert continues on highway 512 east found lanes are closed between i5 in steals 3 for what could be a longterm fatality investigation said that means the exits to down 512 also closed from northbound i 5 and southbound i5 you can try hundreds wealth that'll work for you even though it's getting quite crowded you can also try ninety that runs eastwest as well we are definitely seeing slowdowns southbound i 5 at you try to.

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"pina" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"pina" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"At the 10th telling pitcher comes on ford rulers is carlos torazi issue they walked anthony rizzo he is done at that point and it comes odd jerry hughes wilson rarest is at the play again rizzo the runner on f first and before anything else could happen manny pina shows off his arm pain is setting up to the outside the oon pitch swayed abets their goes the order the second is so there's a big play by mandy pina and and use would be fair to strike out and he would get day out round ball vat a pitcher albert are more junior it kept at one one going to the bottom of the 10th any in the bottom of the tip ryan braun on would walk and then he would luke the second on a wild pitch with two outs travis shaw was intentionally walked that brought air now has a gin the winning run on is scorned position at second base big moment in the game four counts of peres here's the pitch haas week rich hit and a left foot and the tracks of seoul wristy backs up one catch manning is all her so we go to the eleventh still a one one game is continuing to pitch after he strikes out addison russell the next batters jason hayward this is turned on ahead and a deep right center peres going back he looks gone hayward one nearly eleven his eighth of the year travels four hundred one eight two one game at that point as we go to the bottom of the eleven way davis onto pitch for the cubs he gets the first two out relatively quickly but then orlando rcaf has a really good at fat where he eventually works a walk and that brings up.

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"pina" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"pina" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Wisconsin referring to manny pina's gametying solar shot in the eight elsewhere the dodgers handle the reds three one alex would eightstrong improved to seven or no rocky's that's what the giants tenny in desmond when deeply drove inform marlon shut down the braves five zip danced rarely struck out eight over six and a third cups to get the pirates nine five dbacks as the philly's five four one five straight nationals bathroom at seven to make sure struck out ten over e a slip by the yankees seven six thanks to match match chapman's first majorleague hit the go a two run single in the eighth rose up their win streak to six they raise the angels three one lorenzo came when you are twice rages over one the barron's ten four carlos gomes went knocked in four his i came back after full weeks messed with a strained right hamstring today's the first the we all together so you see was have them on the night and the landlord other we know the name of a job in missing woman came the in the green light is it i can wait to go get more rest the scores india's role the twins one edwin encarnacion a free run jack tigers wrote the race thirteenth four white sox better the blue jays eleven four red sox up into the astor's to wanted to go at solar shopper mookie pets in the eight and the cardinals twenty five times a club and routed the auriol's eleven to halfway done at the us open with a crowded leaderboard paul casey among four golfers that shared the lead at sevenunder despite a triple bogey on fourteen on every day you enjoy round to go for the nights on a but i'm pretty happy man so a bit of a roller coaster if you can get through a hike essays ray you get through a us open or any major without some kind of them hickup it was a good display all my in full but it could display what happens if what can happen if you get out of position on this golf course which is what i did on on fourteen in from the nba the sixers and celtics reportedly discussing a trade that we give philly the top overall pick in this week's draft more couple letting cbs sports radio is now widely.

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