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"provan" Discussed on The Napoleonic Quarterly

The Napoleonic Quarterly

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"provan" Discussed on The Napoleonic Quarterly

"So the prussians. Flaking out of the war against france hope for the show all flickering hope anyway for the shoe on and brittany the united states plumping for britain over france. There's plenty to discuss. As we contemplate position on thirtieth june. Seventeen ninety five. And what i want to ask you both is. What would your priorities be if you Australia or britain or france for the three months ahead. How do you move the situation on. So take your pick of which country you want to go for. But it's all about sort of considering the options at this stage halfway through seventeen ninety. Five britain is obviously facing a major major strategic program. Gerson tunnels defeats crowds. Were out continent. Suppose i'm what's happening crushes dropout spain. This which would doubtless learn in the next episode is in the process of making peace with france. Russia is notionally at war with france which are sitting on the sidelines and not just these austria and some minor german in -talian palace not a very stable basis for british. Diplomacy britain has got to try and get crusher backing new role. She's got somehow to stiffen austria. She got to persuade russia to enter the war. She's us subsidies. He liked to achieve that that she discovers pretty soon. The subsidies been usually it. So that's the british perspective. And and what about france because here you have a country which has been going through such extraordinary domestic political turmoil in recent years but always it was as if for those in paris. The politics of the revolution came first. And there was this sort of slapdash approach to the the wall that they got into the presser town in the first place and then it seems to develop its own momentum now by this stage. We're in a state of play where the friendship done surprisingly well. And they're managing to knock out a major power do a deal with with prussia but their relationship between that domestic politics and the fighting that continues. That's becoming more complicated isn't it obviously. There's a need to maintain order in. France took to keep on the situation that but he sold very well shooting some loss in paris. What does that make the french. Government look distinctly anti revolutionary. and what. she's the only way that the french governments can issue like late. Train to revolutionary credentials. Or she see. Only the french government can can be revolutionary inspiring expansion sky. Aggression is by foreign boys and thus is more necessary because trump now has a very big army that's come onto by genitals made them the revolution who many more murphy success and who in turn could potentially pose a threat to whatever regime as imposed in paris. What's the best way of ensuring that things continued work smoothly making war britain leading to make allies annual france needing to make war. And then what about the about excessive. Which country would you pick as. It has a particularly juicy dilemma raw options to face. At the end of this three months. I think for me to join france and russia and charles already alluded to the french kind of side of it. Were the main question for the main questions in french. Case is maintaining the domestic control especially in the wake of the spring insurrections in sustaining. The streak of military successes. That would allow you to stabilize the front lines. And maybe in the war on the same kind of beneficial terms as the ones of the treaty of basel which was very very contagious. For france from the russian point of view all of these actually quite frustrating and alarming because by now on the polish partition is always factually done so russia has aggrandize itself in in the east of europe. Which by the interesting thing is that we often focus on the french aggrandizement in the west and the russian aggrandizement the east kind of slips by us but of course that in the long term more important but the french These rapid french aggrandizement actually along the russian authorities in especially the tricky of basel of which actually caused a lot of concern in russia over the prussian policy and that's the reflection of charleston Have been saying all along is the prussian. Willingness to compromise with friends exasperated austrians as well as russians. Fact soon. enough. Russian diplomats will have to ponder this future in which pressure it has to choose side either. The prussian stay loyal to the two zero basel and maintain it which is not what russia would like to see or precious sides with prussian with the russian and austrians to contain a france in in one of the interesting things to me. Is the russian in new orleans at a depression. Foreign minister Christian august one hug. It's who argued in the wake of basel for the preference of maintain pressure neutrality. In this this raging male strong And that will be a cause of frustration repeated frustration for the european diplomats who are hoping to rope prussia neutrality. Let's leave it there. And say thank you to charles and alex and thanks to jordan hayworth mary robinson and josh provan thanks advocacy for all the music. You've heard the end of this quarter. There are seven thousand two hundred ninety two days to go until waterloo. I hope you'll join me for episode. Fifteen and among my guests for the episode will be pulled to megan. He's going to be back to describe the mannheim offensive and some very odd decision making from general group. This is absolutely on row. He looks so safe. And the austrians in chaos and peace crew would be able to drive a wedge between them but instead of pressing on he does what he always does a just basically sits on his hands and sends a weak force to try to take heidelberg which the australians easily defeats.

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"provan" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"provan" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"A more vowed kilmer. And that's it. I'm not fucking wasting my time i. I'm never going to learn this dialogue movie. You're talking about you do the trailer for that movie. That movie had everybody val kilmer as big pussy bush. Mike lloyd that guy from doogie howser talented guy. Has everybody at all benny. Benny just did a thing with him. In new york we played detectives. Yeah you said no to that everybody in there man. But i still don't know what it's about. Yeah the it was listened when you send me a mob script. And i see gino tony or the name anthony. I turn it down. I turn turn it down just by reading the first five pages because if you still making those type of movies that just not fucking gonna go the surprise. Everything youtube like. I don't turn down movies. Offered to many but i kind of like have one. I am listening with one. Ira shut without even looking at like like. I know that i know that. Not gonna work in no right now. I know that that type of going to work right now. When there's a page called foods got wild and they created that paid on themselves and other doing concerts with that type of comedy with minutes of followers. And you're trying to come up with this latino movie with a message for everybody we tell you we're gonna stop make mexican american films already spanish field with a message at the. We don't want a message. When i watch die hard. There's no fucking message. You know what the message was. I should above board. Popcorn is having more fun next head. I should've had more guns. That's what he should have had fucking. Yeah we want that each way in a cave shooting people that's it. I can't remember the movie we did. Where the guy. Put a fake mustache on me over that you shave. I shave that now. I had a fucking. I couldn't grow moustache if you fucking paid me. Okay and he fucking yeah. He made me the sheriff for fucking shitty mustache. That director was the biggest waste of time fully. That was like that was definitely a fucking has money to the money wasn't right. He wasted money on stuff that that we didn't need to like honestly joy Me you nick turell and toward the people that we have to hire ups uncoordinated to that. We're doing out. There was a fucking nightmare. Only our teaching karate woods. Yes that's right. That was terrible terrible. I fuck and all that shit. The only thing that came out of that movie was david provan. We got him. Hi my jackie appeal. We fuck and turn the monto edibles share. He came the next day. Where do i get a marijuana card. I just talked to him about a year ago. It was like thank god for tiny me on that shit. My life changed. That was funny because the the director made about made him a french guy in a movie when his blade italia's everywhere and then he got fresh guide Widow of french accent smoke. Some of this we kill the data. We got high all day because they couldn't find vegas. That's right. Paul was mia shit that had to go to his house and jumped a fence and get them and shit. How's he doing. Is he better. now he's doing. I haven't spoken to him. But we have the same agent. And i see any back on the road okay. Yeah because he was in the hospital for awhile wasn't he was going to ask him. Something was wrong when bad. Water it funny. He was dehydrated and He had jets came from a rally where he was fighting for water for the farmers he was dehydrated. Yes fucking tremendous instead of fighting for the fucking farmers. He should have drank a glass of wine water. I opened up for him him. And i he did a show and You know when i started. Stand up comedy the latino comedians. That were headlining. Were only george. Lopez column Padraig are part of cisco featuring and barely headlining. But those were allied deep. I remember opening up for barge riga. They reno cal reno a calls me up like busting my balls it could. He found out that. I was arguing with somebody. I guess somewhere else..

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"provan" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"provan" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"And I'm Peter O doubt we take a look at the evolution of Americans views on drug addiction. What really changed was the opioid epidemic that began to affect people across all races and especially white people, especially people in rural communities. And we get some cool summer read picks from NPR's Petra Mayer. That's next time on here. Now. That's this afternoon at two o'clock right after fresh air on W B E Z Chicago Going to be a rainy afternoon with a high near 83 degrees. Today. We're expecting heavy rainfall tonight and it will continue into Friday and Friday night. This is 91.5 W B E Z. This is fresh air. Jazz critic Kevin Whitehead has a review of the two final albums from bassist Mario Provan, who died May 15th. He was 80 over his career. Pavane work with diverse leaders, including Paul Blake, Bill Dixon, Anthony Braxton and Thomas Shaping. Besides recording over two dozen records of his own Kevin says Pavane connected with many excellent musicians and his last albums run true to form. Last winter. Knowing his time on Earth was growing short basis. Mario Pavan resolved to.

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"provan" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"provan" Discussed on WBUR

"The Democratic side. Also Boston Public School Superintendent Brenda Castle IUs on the transition back to normal schooling this spring, as well as a look ahead to next fall. That's coming up in the forecast mostly sunny skies today highs in the upper seventies. We'll see. Clouds roll in tonight with a chance of showers. Late lows in the upper fifties right now, 74 degrees in Boston. This is W bur were funded by you, our listeners and by the Tanglewood Popular Artists Series. Back this summer in the Berkshires, featuring Judy Collins with Richard Thompson and Jesse Colin Young August 22nd tickets at Tanglewood. Org. This is fresh air. Jazz critic Kevin Whitehead has a review of the two final albums from bassist Mario Provan, who died May 15th. He was 80 over his career. Pavone work with diverse leaders, including Paul Blake, Bill Dixon, Anthony Braxton and Thomas Shaping. Besides recording over two dozen records of his own Kevin says Pavane connected with many excellent musicians and his last albums run true to form. Last winter. Knowing his time on Earth was growing short basis. Mario Pavan resolve to cap 40 years of making his own records with the final statement in two parts. Two albums by two quartets. Each program, including six of the same new compositions observed from two perspectives. Okay? Basis. Mario Pavone on his tune towards IQ from the album, Isabella with three longtime accomplices his son, Michael Pavone on guitar. Like Dora Bow on alto saxophone and the super attentive drummer Michael Serene. Mario Pavone's other new record blue vertical, The band is.

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"provan" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"provan" Discussed on KCRW

"Inside. There's a department just for malnourished kids who've developed other complications has it. Isabella is here with her granddaughter providers. 18 months old. She keeps vomiting. But she's too weak to move on her cart. So the vomit dribbles down her neck and into her tattered tracksuit. So there was no way didn't have enough to feed her. Sometimes we only have tea for two or three days. We don't even have bread. Prejudice was this money scarce because his sons can't find work to get to hospital. She had to borrow $8 for the taxi. That's a huge sum Seems like this a jarring considering how much the U. S spent on the war in Afghanistan. Some $2 trillion, according to one study. Most of that spending was military related. But billions was shelled out on development. So why Afghans starving. It's a million dollar question, isn't it? Actually, it's a many million dollar question. Heather Ball is from human Rights watch, she says. For years, corruption SAP funds, diplomats kept rotating in and out they in the aid workers who were supposed to oversee the assistance. Largely stayed in their compounds for security reasons. The cumulative effect of all that is pretty disastrous. You know, we have a country which is still got some of the worst development indicators in the world. After an extraordinary amount of money being spent bar in aid workers say things have gotten more organized. Although the international community is donating less with the funding it does expect to get UNICEF believes it will be able to treat a third of the Children who need urgent help. This is have a bargain. The international community is largely done with Afghanistan, and that includes America. There's just no realistic expectation. That the U. S. Is going to remain interested in Afghanistan ready to continue bankrolling Afghanistan's deeply financially dependent governments. Already kids like Provan off who are lucky enough to be treated face an uncertain.

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"provan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"provan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A doctor. Inside. There's a department just for malnourished kids who've developed other complications. Has it is var is here with her granddaughter providers. 18 months old. She keeps vomiting. But she's too weak to move on her cart. So the vomit dribbles down her neck and into her tattered tracksuit. So that way didn't have enough to feed her. Sometimes we only have tea for two or three days. We don't even have bread. Prejudice was says money scarce because his sons can't find work to get to hospital. She had to borrow $8 for the taxi. That's a huge sum seems like this a jarring considering how much the U. S spent on the war in Afghanistan. Some $2 trillion, according to one study. Most of that spending was military related. But billions was shelled out on development. So why Afghans starving. It's a million dollar question, isn't it? Actually, it's a many million dollar question Heather bodies from Human Rights watch, she says. For years, corruption SAP funds, diplomats kept rotating in and out they in the aid workers who were supposed to oversee the assistance. Largely stayed in their compounds for security reasons. The cumulative effect of all that is pretty disastrous. You know, we have a country which is still got some of the worst development indicators in the world. After an extraordinary amount of money being spent bar in aid workers say things have gotten more organized. Although the international community is donating less with the funding it does expect to get UNICEF believes it will be able to treat a third of the Children who need urgent help. This is have a bar again. The international community is largely done with Afghanistan, and that includes America. There's just no realistic expectation. That the U. S. Is going to remain interested in Afghanistan ready to continue bankrolling Afghanistan's deeply financially dependent government. Already kids like Provan, a who were lucky enough to be treated face an uncertain future records.

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"provan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"provan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To see a doctor inside. As a department just for malnourished kids who've developed other complications. Has it is var is here with her granddaughter providers. 18 months old. She keeps vomiting. But she's too weak to move on her cart. So the vomit dribbles down her neck and into her tattered tracksuit. So that was your way didn't have enough to feed her. Sometimes we only have tea for two or three days. We don't even have bread. As it is with this money scarce because his sons can't find work to get to hospital. She had to borrow $8 for the taxi. That's a huge sum seems like this a jarring considering how much the U. S spent on the war in Afghanistan. Some $2 trillion, according to one study. Most of that spending was military related. But billions was shelled out on development. So why Afghans starving. It's a million dollar question, isn't it? Actually, it's a many million dollar question Have the ball is from human rights watch, she says. For years, corruption SAP funds, diplomats kept rotating in and out they in the aid workers who were supposed to oversee the assistance. Largely stayed in their compounds for security reasons. The cumulative effect of all that is pretty disastrous. You know, we have a country which is still got some of the worst development indicators in the world. After an extraordinary amount of money being spent bar in aid workers say things have gotten more organized. Although the international community is donating less with the funding it does expect to get UNICEF believes it will be able to treat a third of the Children who need urgent help. This is have a bar again. The international community is largely done with Afghanistan, and that includes America. There's just no realistic expectation. That the U. S. Is going to remain interested in Afghanistan ready to continue bankrolling Afghanistan's deeply financially dependent government. Already kids like Provan, a who were lucky enough to be treated face an uncertain future.

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"provan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"provan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The big scheme of life is there's like happened somewhere between death and taxes I think and as we get older and we're in that closer to death and sick of taxes our body starts to develop pain and it happens to some people where it's really debilitating and my pain was so bad and do the things that are going to those going through and I didn't know I don't know what to do about pain I had all these other complications and and pain what I do to fix that I don't want to be on our Connick's so what do I do well I did everything I tried everything and I finally got down to one last thing it was relief actor it was advertised in my wife would hear the advertisements should be like why don't you try really factor in like because it's of inflammation of reducer and she said well that's what the doctor says a lot of your pain is coming from I know but like let's try ibuprofen eight hundred I've gone down that road well no doctor not the IB Provan eight hundred that I won't be able to work for a week well I tried really factor mainly because my wife said I'm not listening to you if you won't try everything so I did and I've been taking it for three years we were just talking about it last night as I was going to bed and she's like you can't forget to take you really factor take it three times a day breakfast lunch and dinner and it has changed my life it really has given my life back to me he'll do the same for you seventy percent of the people who order it go on order more month after month because it works really factor dot com try it to get your life back call one eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four or relief factor dot com.

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"provan" Discussed on CharlaConAngel.

CharlaConAngel.

09:35 min | 2 years ago

"provan" Discussed on CharlaConAngel.

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Coronavirus and Ibuprofen: What to Know

KIRO Nights

01:28 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus and Ibuprofen: What to Know

"He was the health minister France had had said something about that the tech taking ibuprofen could exacerbate or worsen covert nineteen symptoms that that it's not something you should do if you feel like you may have caught the virus right and the World Health Organization according to this article we read was was on board with that they said yeah you probably shouldn't do that but we just wanted to let folks know because a few people texted in about it you know people people were interested in that topic and as we say with with all of this news with all of these stories they are they are subject to change every day we learned new information and okay according to an article in The Seattle Times here it's it's it's an AP article out of London the the World Health Organization says there is no evidence to support that suggestion that IB Provan might worsen the symptoms of a heart or might make you more susceptible correct so that's actually kind of comforting yeah given that a lot of people use it for information so that is apparently they were worried early on that it had a certain fact on repressing your immune system slightly because that's the way it was reducing certain areas of information but that appears to be they have found no link between the two there was a it was a doctor who had suggested that there was but it's not actually been vetted or

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Is Ibuprofen Really Risky for Coronavirus Patients?

All Things Considered

02:33 min | 2 years ago

Is Ibuprofen Really Risky for Coronavirus Patients?

"Is it risky to take ibuprofen if you have symptoms of covert nineteen the French health ministry says yes over the weekend it warned doctors not to give ibuprofen and other nonsteroidal anti inflammatory drugs to patients with the disease but experts on the frontlines of this pandemic say there is no reason for alarm NPR's Maria Godoy reports the concern over IB Provan started with a brief letter published in the medical journal the lancet last week the authors hypothesize that medication such as ibuprofen and other and states could raise a person's risk of developing a severe case of code nineteen the theory was that these drugs increase levels of an enzyme that would make it easier for the virus to infect cells but leading global health officials say there's no evidence is actually the case you know sometimes discussions off the cuff turning to letters turning to social media turned into a lot of discussion and you have no idea what kinds of what I tax Dr Anthony Fauci head of the National Institute of allergy and infectious disease bottom line is I have not seen any certain data indicate there's a problem well it's a true that there's not a problem the world health organisation agrees it issued a statement on Twitter saying it's been in touch with doctors treating coronavirus patients and hasn't heard of any negative side effects from ibuprofen beyond those already known for instance patients with kidney problems shouldn't take ibuprofen because it can cause kidney damage when used long term in high doses Dr Angela Rogers pulmonary and critical care physician at Stanford University says that's one reason why hospitals routinely avoid ibuprofen for patients sick enough to be hospitalized with any sort of infection when patients are very ill with fevers and hospitalized they're at risk for kidney injury and so Tyler all really is the go to one that we use Tylenol doesn't work the same way as and states and it's thought to affect the part of the brain that regulates temperature the Tylenol is it risk free either it can damage the liver in high doses so if you have mild symptoms of covered nineteen and want to treat them at home if people are you know having a liver disease either and and could make them feel a little bit more security start tiling offers that might be a reasonable way to do it but if you take ibuprofen or other in states for other medical reasons Roger says talk to your doctor if you're worried but for now there's no reason to stop taking them Maria could away

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"provan" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"provan" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"That's not a high risk community it should be looked at first not you not you know not at all but again you know one size fits all that's how governments work one size fits all especially when you have very very very small minded people in government especially at the state and local levels who could only thing through lenses such as race racism and things of that nature train little sheeple that's what they are well there's a lot to be said here today California considering martial law Y. San Fran a lockdown are you where are the drugs may make you more susceptible to severe effects of corona virus such as high IB Provan diabetes and hypertension drugs as well ask your doctor some of them do no world what that literature supports some of them don't know anything look into that drugs that you are taking that may make you more susceptible to severe effects of crown of ours we know about ibuprofen diabetes drugs hypertension drugs could be troublesome but what about marijuana not a lot of talk about that either in this time of the viral plague now if you smoke anything boys and girls you're attacking your lungs if you smoke anything cigarettes we know toxic the card hydrocarbons and cigarettes the toxins in cigarettes we all know about tobacco but did you know that marijuana smoke boys and girls is more toxic than cigarette smoke has anyone told you that you have the great governors of the great states haven't told you to stop smoking marijuana not smoke anything right now because it weakens your lungs attacked you up with the illegal cells all the way from your lips down into your lungs common sense would indicate that a thirteen year old smart thirteen year old would know that but not the leaders of our states I'll.

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"provan" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"provan" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"An insurance policy to to to buy arrived Provan Lister really charging seven grand each for one and again that's the kind of abuse is got to be stopped out of existence and I think that a lot of politicians might realize that they either you come up with an answer or doesn't matter how much money some lobbying group had you you're gonna lose if you if you stand in the way of thinking that kind of problem but the problem of course is legitimate hi because not not the thousands of dollars for an aspirin but siblings medical miracles out there may there are things out there that in fact the are worth a lot of money but they they they cost a lot of money there are procedures of the like that the that legitimately cost a lot of money it's those things that we need insurance for them not this every single heal and and paying an ache that that might come along and it I've always felt that the the the imposition of an entirely on catastrophic coverage every we should be except for a very few cases of extreme indigence we ought to be able to handle the day to day because of of a bandaid or an aspirin absolutely yes up with PCA did that really one of the things that get a really drove up the cost with included what you're talking about the the wellness that prevented has and those aren't really insurer rescue right because you know that once a year you're going to go to the doctor you know you're gonna get cold that's not actually arrest with the rent they should be covered by insurance is it possible that yield eight he'll get run over by a car those are those are red and are not predictable on and that's really what insurance is designed to cover and that you when you add in those expected cost annual visits things like that people are going to use them and for the costs are going to be there and it's going to drive it up so I agree with you I think that if we wanted to bring down the cost of health insurance we should back off wellness plan coverage and because that's already being passed on to the consumer through their premium hole and then added added on to that is the management fee from the insurance company so they're actually paying probably more than they would if they paid for out of pocket so let's skip out those wellness benefits and focus on the insured address the catastrophic events that really are why you know could change someone's life if you have a sudden fifty thousand dollar bill that could change your.

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"provan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"provan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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"provan" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"provan" Discussed on Around the Horn

"They're going to have to make sure that they get on the board. Search in this game. I think he's more effective when he to do things like that. And for the warriors, they gotta be able to get at least fifteen points out of clay, but I don't think that's our Spain. To me, it's all about the raptors shooting. They easily could have won game two if they could have had open shots. And then we saw in game three team shot fifty two percent from the field and forty four percent from three. There were five dudes with fifteen plus points. The whole team showed up in the worst didn't enough defense whether clay can help that out as yet to be seen. The raptors not Namco. I have to continue to step up the warriors need to improve on defense average over one hundred fifty points per game in this series. And the warriors defense was struggling by the way a bit before this series is one of the worst playoff defenses. They've had over the last few years getting Klay back helps a lot. I don't think boogie play as much probably gonna see a little bit more bogut. I'd put green on Siaka. There's some adjustments that they can. Out in a position. And, you know, my favorite player Provan looney needs needs to come back injury. Got nothing. He's god. They got nothing. Mooney eight walking through that door. Mike come back. Sounds like you're saying you've got Toronto tonight. And if you are saying the sunsets on the warriors dynasty. I don't think. Let's say would be. Never dressed warriors. Toronto gonna win. I think they're gonna go up through. I spend my time thinking about what the God. Let's question Hooper under one warriors owner being headline tomorrow. Under next tonight push. Spain seventeen eighth nine bucks were eight. This is like the afternoon, roast right here where we're looking at right. Watch a self. It's pretty back. The, the morning, rose. Let's try fatty Friday kill go to buy or sell up rusting pay one hundred twenty eight million dollars for Carson Wentz, which means one hundred fifty four total on the deal hundred seven point nine guaranteed, which means the highest contract guarantee ever, which means.

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"provan" Discussed on Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis

Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis

06:27 min | 3 years ago

"provan" Discussed on Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis

"Of the worst things you can put in your body for your mind is wait in just in choline in IBS dairies, actually, the number one thing that you're allergic to those forty one percent of the time waits thirty percent. But there's actually a good research article about week housing schizophrenia. Chocolate came in at a third of twenty seven percent with colitis and BS chocolate was part of it, and I took exception to that the fourth one was coffee at twenty three percent. I took exception with that, then not citrus t-, rye potatoes. Barley and oats, and it can be other things. There are so many different foods that can trigger allergic reactions, and that's been a bone of contention. With me. People are saying, what do you have allergy tests? No, there's there's tests that we can send you to do to see if your body is sensitive to or. Creating out antigens against, but. I'm not real thrilled with what they're really doing because people get caught into well, I have to give up chicken, I have to give up eggs. I have to give up beef. I have to give up, but you forgot about the remove you got the remove part. But you forgot about replaced adjusted enzymes replaced with probiotics repair gut leak in his. If you don't go those next steps than you never never never get as close to one hundred percent is what we're capable of going so, you know, be careful there. They're all these diseases. We talk about it. It's, it's all inflammatory, and glucose, Ming sulfate. And again, there's better quality once than others. That's one of the best nutritional alternatives. And one of the reasons is it increases the sulfate and pathway deliver because of sulfur it. And if you're allergic to sulfur sulfur drugs, that's not the sign if he would not be allergic to glucose, Amine Sulfite, that is one of the most helpful it's very, very researched about it's good for fortification could help help arthritis. So the scientific evidence that some doctors said, well, it's not scientific, it is. Lancet which is a really good medical journal, said, gave us basically incontrovertibly vertebral evidence that glucose me Sulfite nominee works in the real mechanisms of arthritis over the long run. But short term, it's better than I be pro fin remember Abby Provan is one of the end says it kills sixteen thousand a year one I do glucose mean sulfate. The worst that can happen is nothing which it always helps. So, you know, there's a lot of things that can Quayle inflammation like the accuser. John talked about devils. Clunker came to Merrick, there's, there's lots and lots of them, then there's a central nervous system diseases. You know, you've got people that includes people that are stressed anxiety ridden. Depressed, Parkinson's Alzheimer's, etc. It could be a simplest Hypo methylated, and that's like a B complex. And just because you're taking a multi doesn't mean you're getting good B-vitamins that you can actually use. And this Hypo methylated has been associated with the neurodegenerative diseases, including stroke, and this is from journal of carcinogenesis and journal neurology. Yes. Folks, I have exhaustive list of all these research inflammation, according to New England Journal medicine contributes to neuro degenerative diseases, such as Parkinson's Lou. Gehrig's, Alzheimer's and multiple sclerosis and they're all inflammatory diseases. So this comes from poor nutrition, toxic environments, and stress so that ties it back to the toxins. It goes owning owning own. Cortisol, and we always check that on our labs can have a profound effect on the hypotheticals. Oh, well, we're adversely affecting the brain, if it's too high to low. And that's the stress whether this caused by the way you think whether it's emotional financial spiritual marital. Just trying to why you think get happy something to live for five something to laugh about find some way to bless somebody else Janet, do it, you know, nutritionally. And we love love love or jobs. But we also try to step outside the box and help people in other ways, and the more you help somebody else, the Moya uplift you before you know it. Holy cow. You're not depressed anymore home. Goodness things. ID attacks have got less or disappeared. It could be that easy. So you guys have had a lot of information again today. Hopefully, I wanted to mention briefly the one family that you know you're talking about toxins. The had just put carpet, new carpet in their house, and new linoleum in their house, and they were completely worried about their kids now being talks IQ from it, but, you know, there's things you can do what one of the things we put people on something called ATM key late, because it helps pull out the heavy metals. And that's a great way to kind of get rid of some of those extra talks. And especially if you feel like you're getting a little bit nasal from some of the things you put down. But, you know, a lot of times it's just things you're smelling wheel is safe. You can smell it, then it's in your system, and there are things that you can do to help with that. So again, we hope you've enjoyed the show. We are taking next week off again. So please don't be upset with us, but it is our anniversary. And we're going out of town because it's been nine. Eighteen years. So that's a tough job for Janet. I mean I enjoyed it. She's beautiful and smiles a lot. So, and I need a vacation now that we really appreciate you listening to us. Stay tuned for some very big announcements with our office get on our Email list because we'll be sending them out via Email as well. We've got some really exciting things coming here at green wisdom help we hope you have a very blessed week, and we'll.

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"provan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"provan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"From the Muller Provan on Carmen Roberts. Fox news. Paul Manafort becomes the latest person to get a prison sentence stemming from the special counsels Russia probe another one is former Trump attorney Michael Cohen. There is no sensing today that has anything to do with a collision with Russia and the campaign, it's very similar to what Mr. Carlin and new favorite of all of yours said under oath last week that there is he has no proof of new collision counselor. The president Kellyanne Conway a judge sentencing Manafort Thursday to less than four years in prison for tax and Bank fraud, but that's far less than prosecutors say he deserves Fox News producer, Jake Gibson. We came in there with the idea that he could get nineteen to twenty four years, and that that would spell probably the end of his life. Meaning he he live out his days in prison. Manafort faces sentencing in DC next week for conspiracy against the US and conspiracy to obstruct Justice in witness tampering ounce. For Michael Cohen, President Trump's former attorney and fixer he's suing the president and his organization claiming the president owes him nearly two million dollars in legal fees and costs after days of infighting and near rebellion by rank and file Democrats the house passes a bipartisan resolution to condemn anti-semitism. In hate, I salute all of our members for demonstrating, the courage to have this difficult conversation ever doing so in a spirit of great respect disagreeing sometimes but never questioning the patriotism or motivation of anyone with whom we serve speaker Nancy Pelosi, but critics say the resolution was watered down and should have mentioned congresswoman Ilhan, Omar for her anti Israeli statements which prompted the resolution and stocks fell for the fourth straight session as the European Central Bank unveils a plan to stimulate the faltering euro-zone economy. The Dow down.

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"provan" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"provan" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"You're also an actor you've done some really nice stuff. I noticed that was going through some of your bio and did some barefoot in the park, which is a fun film. Well in that case of stage play, but it's also a film. Yeah. I mean, you like the kind of like romantic comedies w what do you like to do? Heavier dramatic stuff for what I like musical theater, obviously. Because I started playing music when I was twelve played the horn guitar singing started acting started comedy for forty years. I was living in southern California. Nothing really worked. I had talent. But they're they want a young girl in a bikini front, right? Two thousand eight I got musical theater. I did Pajama Game. Played max salesman for the pajama factory. Hysterical. Unbelievable. I got great reviews than I did barefoot in the park repairman the phone repairman. He only had two segments where he came into the play got the best reviews. The place was level. You know, and I'm like, hey, this is pretty good. I got the communiqu timing because I studied comedy Andrew back and forth from San Diego to LA for nine thousand miles for workshops, and sort of all came together because I had the acting the singing the dancing the comedy. And then I got a musical theater, and then I got to Sinatra and I never thought I'd get a shot at show business. Yeah. It doesn't eleven at all happened. And I didn't know if anybody can say, well, hey, good to see it. Go back to Virginia. You know? But everything opened up the second hour here. I became managing partner of my Vegas talent agency. So that's news. I become a co producer of a new show, which I can't go public with at the moment. But it should be up on the strip here in February or March. I've also been asked to televise a live show of the major brand show that that is global from Vegas. And then I've also been asked to host a once a week live music thing, which they're putting together and that was in the first five days, I was here role. Yeah. And then I ran into you guys. And John asked me to be on the show, and I'm like, wow. This is good. Have young talent agency thing because that's such an important thing. And people will ask me often about Vegas now is one of those capital event four it was just in LA and New York, but I think Las Vegas has become one of those places where talent goes Nashville to where's just goes. Well, Mark a publisher my Vegas magazine. And I don't know if he's still has maybe sold it was Las Vegas, bride magazine. And he's a country singer and songwriter, and he formed a talent agency can only do so many things. So he, and I are friends we've been friends since I got here, and I was just in his office, and we were just chatting around and we're talking about the agency. And I said it sounds like you need to managing partner for that sucker. Yeah. I do we shook hands, and that's it. So he went into your Howard Hughes bit. I'll handle this way. He knows you know, he's he sings country, and I do Johnny cash. She better better say, yes. No. He's a good, man. He's a good, man. And looking forward to a lot of great things. It's very exciting. And we're going to do an award show to for Las Vegas entertainment. I think we're going to set up some sort of nonprofit and. Good congr- collective of people to vote on you know. Lowered tax. I mean, there's such great talent in this area. Yeah. So there's a lot of things formulating. I gotta go back to Virginia. Just so he can get arrest. There's so much. Good news here. I can't take it. Oh, you can handle it. FM sounds good. We'll tell people where they can find you then because people here in. This sounds interesting. What about working they find John the web while I'm on Facebook all my characters, including my personal Facebook. Peter Provan, Peter Pavone dot net is my website. And I'm around I'm available. And I update Facebook every day because I'm addicted are, you really he's gotten to you thinking of forming Facebook anonymous, but we can't take narcissistic we need to be like, hi, we're here. We're not anonymous. I was on the plane the other day and I walked around and I realized every every single person everybody looking at their phone. You can't beat it. They don't need put chips on us, man. Track. Our phones they know where we are. And everything we're doing. I we didn't see this one the Jetsons. Ron right? I mean, he shouldn't have been on there. They didn't predict that they hit a lot of stuff. But not that. I know the dog was only one with brains on that show. Peterburg home. Thank you so much really enjoyed chat money. My pleasure. My.

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"provan" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

09:05 min | 3 years ago

"provan" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Okay. Tell us if you're going to try to take somebody on. You say you look at the Stanford of a mere go back what make notes how does work all those things in a life. First role was Sinatra, and the rat pack. So they sent me a video of the show. I downloaded the whole thing. I wrote out all of the songs I downloaded all of Frank's songs both on YouTube and on his audio file. And then I got to karaoke. So I'd watched the song whether it was climbing to the moon, or my way or whatever. And then I would play his deal his his track. And then I would sing it on the karaoke track. And then after I learned the whole thing, I would sing it over Frank's voice. We would sing at the same time. And I try to. Mimic him exactly or as close as possible. And that's how it worked. And then I would dress up towards the end of rehearsed ninety days for that show every day for like four or five hours in my to towards the end the week or two before I actually came to Vegas. I would dress up in costume airbag blue contact lenses tanning lotion in on it. Start talking like the boss over here. On the attitude too. Right. I mean. Franks tough guy you want to spend the night in my Cadillac. You wanna do what I want? We're talking the trunk of my Cadillac other way. You talk about all these songs, you did you find somewhere? Analysts say better but easier to pick up more accurate than others. Or is it all kind of the same thing? Whether he's got such a big catalog. Well, he did three thousand songs, and I make a joke in the show that you know, Frank did three thousand singles, and we're gonna do them all for you. But. I was lucky enough to my aunt was friends with Frank Sinatra when in the forties. She was a show girl on forty second street. Dating Harry, James when Frank joined the band, so they became Powell she was a little older when I was five she played the music for me showed me stacks of letters from Frank to her from the road. If I had those today, you kidding me Monte Carlo? But so I always had Sinatra's music and the big band music in my blood in five years old. So when I got the. Casting notice I knew all songs, and I knew them by heart, and I could sing them like Frank. I just had to learn how to move my hands and look off into space and do the the flipping of the hand. Like, this ain't no big thing. And. And you know, it's really. Changes the words, you know, cuckoo this or yes. Groovy chick will come in which has nothing to do. But he could pull that off. Yeah. He'd used to actually you're exactly right here. You would very rarely do the second time around of verse the same way as the first time throw in an extra word or two or phrase or whatever. And have the timeframe might have forgot to words and just through and whatever came to mind, you know, he started forgetting words, but. Three thousand songs can you blame him? If you wanna find somebody new watching television, or you're the movies what you. I think I can do that come up or do you wait for a specific role to be out there? How's that go because you have a pretty big? Cast of characters in that brainy or. Well, you know, I think it's all about supply and demand. And now it's getting younger. So you look at people who are willing to the younger role, and I was thinking Ronnie Dunn Brooks and Dunn and I saw George strait do their boots Guten boogie on country show. And I said, I could do Ronnie Dunn. You know? So maybe that's the next one. I go after but yeah, that's also with the characters of the impressions. I mean, you can do George Burns and all these other guys. But then most of the people in Vegas, and I don't even remember who those folks were. So you have to kind of run. A people magazine and thumb through and go who who's relevant that. I could do either impersonator do an impression on because it relates more to your audience. It's in comedy, they say know your audience. So we got an audience of eight years old eight year olds ten years ago. You wouldn't talk about Facebook ING and the internet, right? But if you got millennials out there, you're talking about, you know, Instagram, Twitter and tumbler, and you know, and you turn those jokes. They get it. We're chatting with Peter Provan producer and star of the new show at Planet Hollywood Vegas gone country on somebody. What you do you kind of you have to strive for perfection. So you can't do what Alec Baldwin does for example, where he does Trump. But he's really not much of an impression. It's more. Just you know, whatever the comedy writing is different. Yeah. I try I am a perfectionist at heart. I've always been my whole life. And so I try to get them as close as possible in all looks and sound all of that. So that's very important to me. And if I can't do character. Well, I won't do like somebody wants me to do Kenny Rogers. I could look like him. But I can't sing like him because he's got tray for Georgia get that high high thing, and I see guys like Gordon Brown. Enrich, literally get up every ninety do all these different voices. And it's got a tear up your vocal cords, and I protect my voice a lot. Because the one thing God give me he couldn't give me a head for business. So I protect my voice. I don't want to do things with it that are going to tear it up a lot of sense, actually. So you're pretty you have whatever range, you've got your mind, and you're not going to try to play off of that. I'm not gonna do poverty because I don't have that range. Right. And have you do I do George strait? So you can seem to make that pop to country crossover pretty easily. Yeah. Well, you know, it's I saw when George retired. He did that cowboy rights away tour from Dallas Texas stadium. And I said he's retiring because I've put together George strait thing and got it all dialed in in any quarterback on the road. Thanks. Yeah. It's it's it's nice. He's the biggest star country star is king and country music sixty three number one hits more than any other artists than any other John in the history of charts. And do you find the audience, particularly the real country audience? They probably hold you to a higher standard to I would imagine. Yeah. You gotta you gotta know what you're doing. So you know, when you her telephone rang, but a quality nine I heard his boys on the other end of the line wondered what was wrong this time. And of course, it's morning, and I just had a slice of pizza. I don't know is hanging around my could sound like an Italian George strait. Hey, how you doing nice horse? I. Other types are do anybody that does that type of mistaker. No, I if I'm just doing a lounge gig or something I can do my girl. You wouldn't try Barry white, for example. Yeah. I can do you know? Okay. Good enough your data. You know? The laura. Laura or who's the one you'll never loan as you really live. Ralph. Withdrawal. Said so yeah, I can do some of that too. Obviously. It's not an impersonation. And somebody told me why don't you personnel? Paul Anka, I said because Paul Anka can't even get work. Right. Sorry, paul. I'm just kidding me. There has to be a problem. I mean, I would think of you talk to you mentioned rich little before people know some of the things, but even he says, you know, less and less people Jimmy Stewart everybody knows Jimmy Stewart because of the wonderful life. So these old great actresses paper. Forget who they are. John. Are you talking? Wait. What? You must be fun with the movies coming out. Right. Tell you give me a couple of drinks. You never know. More with Peter bone in a moment. I was talking to your Vegas insider, Scott robot of vital biggest dot com. The other day about what people are telling them. They want for a trip to Las Vegas, and he said they're looking for basically a good deal. Like they used to get back in the day in the twentieth century and so forth, but you can actually find that. Now, the Orleans hotel..

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