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"pullen" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"A bright spot a silver lining if you will in otherwise dark twelve months we ask you to let them play board of weld county. Commissioners concluded times of the essence and a response is greatly appreciated. Sadly wouldn't hold my breath on that.
"pullen" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Reflects compensation morning with james talking about the ongoing salt on agriculture. And really i think underscoring the depth of the rural urban divide and he mentioned that well he he would love if commissioner of agriculture kate. Greenberg would come on up to weld county and stop with all the zoomed meetings. But unfortunately as he said kind of crickets in that response well. I have to wonder if The weld county board of commissioners is going to have the same experience. When it comes to a letter they sent a just on march tenth to the governor The colorado department of public health and environment and chasa as well. Here's the letter during this morning's meeting wrote the wild county board of commissioners residents and school board members from the briggs town school district address us and pled for assistance in an issue that it's touched this northern weld county community deeply the second year in a row the briggs deo girls basketball teams made it to the finals currently number one seed in their division one a and for the second year in a row. They're hard work and determination are in danger of succumbing to covid nineteen and the health related restrictions that continue to damage our youth march. Sixth the briggs briggs dale girls basketball team played a game against an opposing team. Both teams took all cdph and chasa required precautions including mask wearing on and off the court but two days later the briggs sale team was informed that a player from the opposing team had tested positive for covid nineteen effectively threatening to end the hard work of the briggs dale team days before their potential cinderella moment at the state basketball tournament to be held march eleventh. None of the athletes. When this letter was written on the briggs dale team are exhibiting any symptoms north tested positive for covid nineteen yet through no fault of their own. Their punishment will be the same as if they had their being denied the chance to reach their goals said the board of county commissioners in this letter to the governor. The cdph in chasa. It's no secret that the impacts of covid nineteen and the associated health related restrictions are causing our youth inordinate mental and emotional stress. They went on to document that study by the stanford graduate school of education and news. It's no secret..
"pullen" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Pancake and bacon bacon bacon breakfast from seven thirty to nine thirty Am at the field. East of new horizons christian cert- church This is a seven one. Carbondale drive in kono innovative foods Custom meat-processing is hosting a grab and go lunch. Don't have a whole lot of details on this one other than it is Saturday march twenty at the company is by the way asking for a ten dollar donation.
"pullen" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"And it's so easy from that point. Just click on that page to link now sherry points out as we've discussed that governor police in that proclamation adopted much of the language of meat out dot org. The takes aim at anyone who has a coniferous lifestyle. Meet out as a project of the national farm animals right movement which according to its website seeks to end the use of animals for food and as we talked about well this proclamation seen by many both within the industry and outside of it as yet another attack on colorado's agricultural history prompting vendors and major contributors to either pull out or consider pulling out of the national western stock show threatening. Obviously its future success. And you've had multiple counties around the state twenty six. I believe at last count of course wild county among them leading the pack declaring march twentieth as in day while county commissioner chair st moreno said when governor police declared march twentieth as meat out day it was a slap in the face to the thousands of ranching and farm families across the state yet another hit he added against rural colorado well a mesa county proclamation can kern their proclamation read. All segments of agriculture are vital importance to mesa county and contribute to the healthy landscape in mesa county mesa county recognizes the contribution of restaurants and retail food establishments especially during the pandemic supporting a meet in day on march twenty at that encourages a healthy balanced diet. Oh the humanity dare they say it that includes meat even in pueblo county where all three county commissioners are democrats. The frustration was pretty evident commissioner said in their own proclamation proclamation declaring march twentieth cattleman stay pueblo county cattleman and their ranching families are part of a three point four billion dollars state industry with a forty billion dollar economic impact accounting for ten percent of the state's total export sales. Now according to this piece by sherry pipe out of complete colorado page to weld huma and morgan counties combined.
"pullen" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Yeah it is it is but it take a look at it and read it very carefully and this guy into the evolving and so might recommendation would be maintained. The gillette's Until we get the all clear when that happens you know you said when you came in. That's way above my pay grade In i am not. I'm not At that level making those decisions What i what. I can tell you what i'm interested in is making sure that we defeat this clearly into stanchly to the extent that we can start returning to normal and if that takes a little bit longer just to make sure that we're good to go then i'm happy with that. Yeah we will get there. We will definitely get there And there's been a lot of prognosticating about when exactly that will be And a different sources where you can read that from. I think We we're gonna get there. And what i'm really really happy about. Is the fact that you do have substantial and significant delivery of vaccine doses into arms throughout this country Better than has been seen in other places that do have access to it. Of course we have to improve access to Nations around the world. But i'm really happy at the pace and honestly surprised at how quickly bitches picked up in the past couple of months. And so we'll get there but Let's wait to see exactly what's going on especially in terms of Potential rises in hopefully keep dipping in terms of Incidence rates in the future we can hope nick pollen and associate professor Biological sciences and immunology expert at the university of northern colorado separating the proverbial covid nineteen wheat from the chaff separating fact from thank you so much for taking the time and for your insights and perspectives. Certainly do appreciate it. thank you. Jail have great day eight twenty one now thirteen ten. Kfi kfi here mornings with gail weekdays. Six to nine in northern colorado's voice thirteen ten. Kfi k b miss any portion of mornings with gail go to thirteen ten k. k. a. dot com. Download the podcast today together..
"pullen" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"K. Thirteen ten kfi k dot com joined by professor pollen and associate professor of biological sciences and immunology experts at the university of northern colorado. So many questions so little time. I hope you had a little bit more time with us. But a bevy of new phrases the art of the pivot one of them entering our lexicon as a result of the spread of covid nineteen among them. We had cova toes and now we have it arm. Which is a reaction to the vaccine. Bud i think it all needs to be put into perspective because there will always been be cases as there have been in the past of people having an adverse reaction to a vaccine right right in something i would like to address. There is that vs adverse reactions are recorded to the cdc on a self report basis by healthcare practitioners and the big important thing to remember with these. You actually go. Anybody can go to the website on this and They updated daily in right. Now say that a review of all of the available clinical information So they look in the death certificates autopsies medical records so that there's no evidence that it contributes to patient that any of the vaccines in the us control patient death now in terms of co veto and covert arm Those are interesting stories and fun things to talk about. But it also illustrates how vaccines or how your immune system works in response to something now. Some people have gone to the other signs that oh my gosh i didn't get coded armor kobe toe with my vaccine going to work. Yes it's going to work. It's just that You were one of the folks who didn't have a a major event that you noticed Swollen armor swollen toe but The the issue with that is that it's actually showing how your innate immune system which is one of the two big wings of the nudity your immune system is reacting early on and informing your adaptive immune system to say. Hey we've got in this case. A vaccine developed some unionisation against that. It's going to circulate in your body so that later if you're exposed To covid nineteen cova to virus. Then you're going to be immune in so it's a good thing but just to be clear. People shouldn't panic if they don't have a reaction because that's one of the things that i've heard it's to my gosh. I didn't have a reaction vaccine working. Yeah yes it is working. You prefer one of the vaccines over another. Would i would say that all of the vaccines that are authorized are great and i have no personal preference over any of the three vaccines that are available to us. If it is available to you might keep of nations that you should take it nine. We take any of the three. And what is your best advice for those of us. That might be a little reluctant. I would once again recommend. And i recommend this to my friends my family and they reach out to me i and to my students. I teach these huge classes in physiology. Unc and i get this question a lot. you know. i'm a little worried about this i say. Hey we'll talk to somebody you know who've gotten a vaccine talk to a family member or friend to co worker in and get their experience also definitely take a look at the cdc cdc's websites on this also colorado department of public health and environment has great website about when you can get covid vaccine..
"pullen" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"During time that make code thank teen. It has been some degree of inconsistency. Many people now somewhat reluctant to well. I'll right resistant to getting the covid. Nineteen vaccine and is it any wonder what with all of the misinformation and disinformation surrounding their safety and their advocacy professor. Pollen is an associate professor of biological science and an immunology experts at the north at the university of northern colorado. He's also a member of the american association of immune knowledge. Is he also heads. The inflammation lab at unc. That's studies mass cell. Biology inflammatory modulation and immune cell dynamics in cancer. Way above my pay grade but he obviously knows what he's talking about professor pollen. Welcome to the show. Thank you gail. Thank you for the wonderful introduction to well. I certainly appreciate your expertise. Because we've all been whipsawed by all the conflicting information relative to covid nineteen and particularly. Now you've got people for any number of reasons saying oh h e double hockey sticks. No i won't get the vaccine. Now the astra zeneca vaccine. Let's set that aside for the moment and talk about the efficacy and safety of the jane j. the pfizer by on tech and the vaccines that are currently available here right so at the outset. I just like to say that all of the authorized vaccines in the united states are Verified currently as safe and effective By the cdc and the fda in there continuously monitoring the safety and efficacy of these vaccines delivered in so with the to vaccines which are the dirt in the pfizer. Biontech vaccines these have in the in the realm of vaccine allergy and immunology. These have unprecedented Effectiveness rate so ninety percent and above which means that. You're a chance of getting the virus or catching. The virus with a vaccine is extremely low. Than if you didn't have the vaccine now there's been some talk about the new variants of corona virus that have been popping up around the world and they declined the efficacy of the vaccines. How by twenty to twenty five percent. However you have to recognize that even by reducing by that percentage you're down in the seventies that is still pretty amazing for vaccines. And then the johnson and johnson vaccine is seventy four seventy five percent effective in general which is great just to underscore that And then eighty five percents for severe disease This is a one shot Vaccine johnson and johnson vaccine. It's different from the madeira and the pfizer vaccines but all are great and effective And we're really know as we shake out over the next month. Just how effective is they. Each of them are against New variant vs. Well and as we've worked through debunking some miss there are some that i think we can all agree to some extent given the raucous political season the presidential election that that we just went through unfortunately like so many other things. The covid nineteen vaccine was both weaponized an politicized. But what about those that say. I don't trust it. Because it came to fruition far too quickly my understanding as it takes anywhere from what a four to twenty five years typically to bring a vaccine to market distribution. Yeah so one thing to recognize that that is that the idea of vaccines while new to the public has been under heavy research for a couple of decades now and Kind of a morbid I don't wanna say silver lining but one of the one of the facets of the fact that so many people got infected is that it helps speed up trials at the vaccines in..
Music from Russian Operas
"Hello I'm Naomi Lewin welcome to classics, for? Kids That's the pollen is from Modesto oxy's Opera Boris, Godunov, today music from operas by some other Russian composers. They call me Kyle Glinka, the father of Russian classical music. You hardly ever see Glinka opera Muslim and Ludmilla, but you hear the overture all the time. Well at least loosely, Ludmila has been performed. That's more than you can say for some operas. Lada flopped twice the first time a Russian theatre s four different composers to collaborate writing a combination opera ballet that Malaysia was never performed. Then rimsky-korsakov who was one of the four composers recycled the music he'd written into a Milonga of his own that Lada lasted all of six performances. If you've been Mada is a funny title. Sergei Prokofiev opera called the love for three oranges. The love for three oranges is about a prince who finds the princess he loves inside an orange one of three oranges. Love is a big problem for the title character in an opera by Tchaikovsky called Eugene on Yagan. A girl named Tatyana in love with you gene on Yagan but he doesn't fall in love with her until it's too late and she's married to someone else the two of them always seemed to be meeting up at a ball. So Tchaikovsky put plenty of dance music including this waltz into his author. Part of Modesto Resorts Skis Opera Boris good enough takes place in a Polish court where they do a Polish dance, the pullen his. Another Russian opera with famous dances in it is by Alexander Barra Dean Borodino was a professor of chemistry who only got to write music in his spare time. His only opera was prince eager in which the prince eager gets captured while fighting the pile-up Ziems. The best known part of the opera is when the Pelosi enslaves entertain prince e core by singing. Dancing. Ardine died before he could finish prints eager. But two of his friends who knew how he wanted it to sound finished it for him. One of those friends was Nikolai rimsky-korsakov whose flight of the Bumblebee is far more famous than the tale of Czar Sultan, the opera for which he wrote it. You can definitely hear a flying insect in the flight of the Bumblebee. From flying bees to dancing pelotons, I hope you've enjoyed this week's music from Russian operas.
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov 3: Russian Operas
"The flight of the Bumblebee has become much more famous than the opera for which Nikolai Ski Korsakov routed today. Bits of other Russian operas that have become better known in the concert hall then on the Opera Stage they call Me Kyle. Glinka the father of Russian classical music you hardly ever see Glinka opera Muslim and Ludmilla but you hear the overture. All the time well at least loosely. Ludmila has been performed. That's more than you can say for some operas. Lada flopped twice the first time a Russian theatre asked four different composers to collaborate writing combination. Opera Ballet. That Malaysia was never performed. Then rimsky-korsakov who was one of the four composers recycled the music he'd written into a melodic of own. That Lotte lasted all of six performances. Malaga is a funny title. Sergei PROKOFIEV program called the love for three oranges. The love for three oranges is about a prince who finds the princess? He loves inside. An orange one of three oranges. Love is a big problem for the title character in an opera by Tchaikovsky. Called Eugene on Yagan. A girl named Tatyana falls in love with gene on Yagan. But he doesn't fall in love with her until it's too late and she's married to someone else. The two of them always seemed to be meeting up at a ball. So Tchaikovsky put plenty of dance music including this waltz into his office part of Modesto Missouri Skis Opera. Boris good enough takes place in a Polish court where they do a Polish Vance the pullen his another Russian opera with famous dances in it is by Alexander Barra. Dean. Borodino was a professor of chemistry. Who only got to write music in his spare time. His only opera was prince eager in which the prince eager gets captured. While fighting the pile-up Ziems the best known. Part of the opera is when the Pelosi enslaves entertain prints e core by singing. Dancing Borodino died before he could finish prince eager but two of his friends who knew how he wanted it to sound finished it for him. One of those friends was Nikolai. Rimsky-korsakov whose flight of the Bumblebee is far more famous than the tale of our Sultan. The opera for which he wrote
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"pullen" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"Vital tooth and I I knew not conceding lesions because I tested it with Indo ice okay and then so that was that someone the exam and my whole goal is to do my clinical exam in thirty seconds or less okay so what I liked tasks multiple teeth Alec Star also on a two that I presumed that is I like to get a baseline of the patient so some of these patients are really touchy the everything hurts an all-star with percussion each tip or go five you know five then all do mobility I'll check probing then I'll go to a bite stick and I'll put pain either with the normal limits one plus two plus three plus within the very acute because the q tip doesn't coal the coal long enough the fibers or too tightly bound on the q the reading a baseline of it to four they jump and then three is worse yet exactly and a lot of a lot of Dennis I noticed they don't even do an ace and they always go now and some of the guys are still using co zero to snow out of the tanks. I was doing that as a giant I I'm can you hold it in your hand it warms up enough for the ice slides out and then I just is on steroids I always tell the patient is ice on steroids you're gonNA feel it goes through crowds it goes to Bam you know maybe a second slower but it goes right through them that's why like Indo is more than just the it ends up being thirteen dollars or eleven dollars so for these new guys out there worried about Kansas into ice in your office it is easier I think it's easy to sprayed on confidence ticket on the buckle.
"pullen" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast
"Boy, I fucked up bed because hell boy, admin and black drillers came out, and I'm like these, like the vibe of these two, you know, action packed, you know, having some fun, here starts bad things about ho boy. Yeah, I didn't go see that. But that's like, you know, maybe tomatoes is ruining me going to see movies like two years, and two years. When I turn on FX, and that's on. Maybe I'll watch it for a little bit Netflix. Oh, wait. We talking about Netflix dot net flicks. NBC Pullen, the office yet that's actually interesting. I was talking about that, with my sister earlier. And it's, it's funny man all these networks think that they're going to make these streaming services and people are actually going to watch them. I think they need to realize that everybody's already watched the office. So that's not gonna be true, if it just came off of being run. And it was on Netflix for like a year, and then yank it, then yeah, I can see that. But what are you signing up for NBC streaming CBS all access? No get out of here. And they have the Star Trek. And the what is it the X files, right? Yes. I'm like no twilight zone, twilight zone, whatever, you know, and those are good selling points. Why don't put that new? Maine network because there's not on CBS. I want to watch now but just on principle alone. CBS all access get out of here that doesn't NBC big money off of the office. Be on Netflix. Yeah, they do because supply. Has to play. They have to pay for the streaming rights. So wouldn't you want your show on Netflix? Everyone watches, like why would you yank that it's that's like that's like Nickelodeon yanking SpongeBob wherever Yanks spun pup? Well, if they were taking it away for a bidding war that would almost make more sense, if they were saying, we're gonna pull this back. We're gonna see what Hulu offers Amazon offers. Maybe we can give it to another service. They think they're thinking they're going to make the next Netflix. And they're not. No. They'll survive at the office. I think Netflix is good. Enough parks and rec though, that kind of sucks. Well, people were tweeting online parks and rec is leaving to thank..
"pullen" Discussed on Not Another Anxiety Show
"Uh-huh. Hey, guys. Welcome to not another show. I'm your host Kelley Walker and join me today as guest William Pullen. Thanks so much for taking the time to hop on the show today too good to be here. Now, do you mind if I share a little bit more about with our audience before we get started here? Cute idea. So William is a London based psychotherapist and writer. He is the author of running with mindfulness and creator of dynamic running therapy. William also has an app called dynamic running therapy. You can find William at dynamic running their p dot com. That could be some sort of game, right? So first off, you know, can you tell us a little bit about what dynamic running therapy is and what it has to do with those or how it could support those of us in the throes of anxiety. Well, I had a sort of burn out in my life about eleven years ago. I took out running and Sarah to get meet myself through it to talk to train as a therapist. And then bring everything I learned about running into creating this kind of running therapies, I call it. So that's that's where it comes from. That's what it is vaguely speaking, how can it help people will? I think you know, I think terrapin is useful for most people. And I think that running in the outdoors, and and is fantastic for particularly for things like Amazon, teen depression, if you can get people out, which is not always easy. I guess it depends where you live. Well, it also depends on how anxious and Chesterfield recognize that for a lot of people to say to the MO why did you out take walk is pretty terrifying prospect? Yeah, it really is as someone that has been a Gora phobic in the past and housebound the idea of even going for a walk around the block at one time felt pretty insurmountable felt true. Big probably wish we had a ton of time to discuss that. I'd love to him more about it. Now, you know, you mentioned therapy. And I think again therapy is a wonderful support. But for a lot of us, you know, typical or traditional cognitive therapies alone can fold short. But what does the movement in mindfulness piece of dynamic running therapy? Bring or what gap does it fill? That may be typical cognitive therapy doesn't always alone. Well, so for stop as the movement, please cognitive therapies mostly about mental movement. And and behavioral changes that come first of all from making changes in your head understandings in your head and changing your behavior thought what dynamic running therapy does? And it's much about walking as it is about running. Is it also you to get out and actually in that that change as part of the therapy? So for people who take depression princes for three who very stock and that so that's a that's kind of in a way that the definition of depression. Once you get the moving from a to b. You can create a sense of progress a sense of accomplishment and a sense of empowerment off which are are often the fussing that go missing in in depression. So that's why movement I think particularly what's well. And what about you know, you mentioned earlier like probably one of the biggest barriers is if you can get people out. So if say someone is in a place where I was where there, you know, incredibly Agora phobic, and it's very difficult to leave the house are there alternatives. Or is this therapy for you know, being kind of in a certain place in our journey like or are there alternatives? Can this kind of be tweaked to to fit? Anyone will you couldn't say we do on the treadmill or in a gym? If you had a treadmill in your house. Sure, it's really just about getting ideally getting getting your heart rate up a little bit and at but I didn't want to be outside. And so it's probably not great for a gore Servette. However, I believe that the best way to deal with any of these conditions is to incrementally make changes I've had challenges in my own life than. For longtime had a major problem with the underground hit the subway in London. And and it took me years to just I checked I made the easiest shortest ever ground roots? You know, never doing rush hour and dealt it up and built it up. And now I can get on just about any any underground no matter how deepen have Foucault. So, you know, it's just you just go to move
"pullen" Discussed on The Dog Show with Nick and Joe
"Meeker in weaker. And you know, what I mean in ac- allowed competitive say go to the national or I'm going to go and put my money in the national. But in most of the time on online, you'll see the help it for the national the to be determined. But I may pull them this. You should have to pull it all at national because the national level helper should be a national that will help you shouldn't have to wait to see the name, that's grows across Tamil. Put my dog is not the right per hip is not Mark Pullen on a name. You know what I'm saying? You know, what I'm saying overweight? Kennedy. You know, I'm you know in things like that has happened the top help if it's not don't give him put them. But if I certified, and I said, you're national level shouldn't matter. That's right. So we have too much weakness in that area. You know, that's my pet peeve. I need a strong help I needed to get the program together. So he shouldn't give the certification. So helpers. In other programs. Not trying to just oh, my organization Abon again. But we've designed our programs where we're going through the whole old list who certified this guy. I'm never seen. This guy do a trial. Maybe we need to restart if I am trying to get it to where is ever a national level or web level. Again. I don't expect a club level helper to be at a national level. So anybody that's national level? Can't be row level not Goff world level. You have to be at least national level. Sure. We just have to wait for the world to come back around. Like, I said, I I guess my question is the ultimate goal to make the American helpers away presence at world because we're we're we're we're call. It was too many too many hands in the shed helpers in. So scared to put the dog on my dog comes to. Lemaire is a woman, but what what's your death? No. What's your what do you mean? By when you say a week help him. Okay. Well, you always here. Okay. The national level. Even original is is the helper say that's never come up. If I have your national lab, and I never say where is should I won't go as a helper to be safe. Nah, that's already stamped. Yeah. That's you know, Honey power on strengthen any speed. And he's someone who's in that blind, not flinching when a dog come bouncing in your face or coming this way or someone who's dogs trying to handcuff you one of the skate wrap your arm. Did you get the dog back around? You know biggest thing with my dog is my dog likes to you. Don't say he'll grab a sleeve. He's trying to break your arm. He's trying to get yarn back around. I don't need you that I have to say out like saying apps out. You know what I mean? So out my dogs over here. I'm fucked for the rates I need someone dog doing that. To me. I'm going to break him in having it, you know. So that's one of my pet peeves is one of my goals to get the help. Strong pretty much weed out the weak helpers. I like that. You know, I like that takeover. Why not to take over say too much top level competitors at adult because the helper to help is right? And it's funny because both of your answers were about people not dogs. Do you do you think at the world level like, you know, like French Frank or any of them, really any the sports Magno IPO? Do you think at the world level the Americans don't fare as well as we don't because we work on?.
"pullen" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"Not gonna come out with new features for office mobile on windows, which seems like wait a minute, what and they did. So they didn't say it's because we're going to do x. but Pullen Airbus guessing it's because we're going to do a p. w. a version of office doing this, right? But they never said that. And you know, you might say, okay, if you don't have a windows phone, who cares about this? Well, if you have a if you have a small device with a screen size of ten point, one inches her under like the surface go. You can run these office mobile apps on there for free. So there are people who are doing right there are people who are doing that and it. I was one of them actually because I was like, oh, I can put that on there and that works great. And now it's the weight, but they're not gonna have any more new features for that. They didn't say they're killing it, but I would guess that's the next step couple couple things. So you know with full office, you have the problem of these big applications. Obviously, if you're running on smaller device, you know whatever this year they are introducing the simplified ribbon. And honestly, that looks a lot like the UI of office mobile. And so I think that kind of crosses the simplicity Gulf a little bit. I came up with the size thing. Too much or the licensing thing actually. But you know, there's that I think that might play into it a little bit. And then just the general failure failure viewed WP's a platform. You know they're putting desktop absence store this suite of apps, the full apps runs on S-mode if you want to do that, it runs in windows ten on arm if that's what you want. So it's it is. It's basically globally available, right? If you want it so. You know to buy subscription to get it right. But like so far. You too. Bye the subscriptions. That's what they want you to do. But a lot of people don't want to buy the subscription. Keep like so so. Okay. But there's a, there's a very simple solution as problem, right? Which is just all to the office three sixty five licensing a little bit or are they apply sensing.
"pullen" Discussed on Freedom 95 Radio
"Andrea bocelli his version of amazing grace this is the story of the song we just covered john newton's life he wrote the words what about the music where did it come from and how did it come to america how did this merican essentially american song get here from great britain well that stories chronicle than stephen turner's amazing grace pick the book up it's terrific he also wrote the great book command called cash nothing there's a final music writer in america then steve turner well he started off with a quote from george pullen jackson who wrote the book spiritual folksongs early america this is a nineteen thirty seven book musicologist he wrote quote the poem is by newton but the tune sources unknown to the southern compilers in other words he had searched he couldn't find it and so we're not gonna spend a lot of time on that because there are some breakthrough artists the take this song into the twentieth century and propel it into every room every bedroom in america and the world one of the first is a gospel singer named mahalia jackson who had this to say about the song and about the types of music that imbued the song with its melodies and its rhythms she said quote i believe the blues and jazz music and even rock and roll stuff all got their beat and their melody from the sanctified church we baptist saying sweet and we have the long and short meter on beautiful songs like amazing grace how sweet the sound but when those holiness people tore into i'm so glad that jesus lifted me up they came up with the real jubilation let's take a listen the mahalia jackson version ooh he oh sorry let's see.
"pullen" Discussed on Hot Talk 1080 KOAN
"From george pullen jackson who wrote the book spiritual folksongs have early america thirtyseven book a musicologist and he wrote quote the poem it but the tune source is unknown to the southern compilers in other words he had searched he couldn't find it and so we're not going to spend a lot of time on that because there are some breakthrough artists the take this song into the twentieth century and propel it into every room every bedroom in america and one of the first is a gospel singer named mahalia jackson who had this to say about the song and about the types of music that imbued the song with its melodies and its rhythms she said quote i believe the blues and jazz music and even rock and roll stuff all got their beat and their melody from the sanctified church we baptist saying sweet and we have the long and short meter on beautiful songs like amazing grace how sweet the sound but when those his holiness people tore into i'm so glad that jesus lifted me up they came up with a real jubilation let's take a listen to mahalia jackson version we oh he oh oh sorry let's see oh i i i.
"pullen" Discussed on WDRC
"And the supplements by fda regulation have to have an expiration date so you'll see expiration dates on certified pure therapy to great essential oils but it's generally because something crazy like eight to ten years in so it's going to last you'll out longer now i notice i will go through a bottle of women in my family you know in a bottle lemons very inexpensive but we'll go through a bottle of women in a month sometimes because of what we're using it four had tension for respiratory support for energy for strasse um were defusing at where cleaning with it so it's very inexpensive cheap oil would you say lemon is what you use most in your house where he was i would say i used let's citrus wales probably the most citrus wales lemon franken sense peppermint um and of course ranking since as a tree oil and peppermint is a meant plant but those that the but wales we probably use the most and the mood management oils oils that are good for stress so you seen people are very fast pace very fast pace stressed lives so we is a lot of wells for stress in fleet because sleep is so important so we use a lot of lavender roman camomile vat averse sandalwood wales that are just relaxing in calming and soothing so when it's pollin season outside and people ars sniffling we use essentials for israel support because adrenal gland's or what help balance antihistamine in the body so we wanna use essential oils that help balance and the adrina lands and help support those responses in the body like a corticosteroid response in the histamine response who body so we use oils like lavender and even basil on the adrenal gland's they're very good for when there's pullen threaten grass threat we'll take a short break in the right back with melody wants essential oils expert.
"pullen" Discussed on WDRC
"Have an expiration date so you'll see expiration dates on certified pure therapy to great essential oils but it's generally be something crazy like eight to ten years and so it's going to last you'll out longer now i notice i will go through a bottle of women in my family you know in a bottle lemons very inexpensive but we'll go through a bottle of women in a month sometimes because of what we're using it for had tension four respiratory support for energy for strasse um were defusing at rate cleaning with it so it's very inexpensive cheap oil would you say lemon is what you use most in your house where he was i would say i used let citrus wales probably the most citrus wales lemon franken sense peppermint um and of course rank isn't as a tree oil and peppermint is a meant plant but those that the vote wales we probably use the most and the mood management wales more oils that are good for stress so you've seen people are vague fastpaced live very fast pace stressed lives so we use a lot of wales for stress in fleet because sleep is so important so we use a lot of lavender roman camomile vat averse sandalwood wales that are just relaxing and calming and soothing so when it's pollin season outside and people ars sniffling we use essentials for israel support because adrenal gland's or what help balance antihistamine in the body so we wanna use essential oils that help balance and the adrenal gland's and help support those responses in the body like a corticosteroid response in the histamine response sponsor body so we use oils like lavender and even basil on the adrenal gland's are very good for when there's pullen threaten grass threat we'll take a short break and be right back with melody wants essential oils expert.
"pullen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Is part of our ongoing series on health care to discuss whether a single payer system would in the united states and why we have avoided did so far i'm pleased to welcome robert pullen back to our show hello i pay for having me on it and a people from february 2016 showed that most americans did not know what single payer means what is a single payer healthcare system i think there are two basic feature leonard i think the first the idea that everybody in a society gets covered with healthcare everybody has access to the health care of that is the fundamental feature of it it doesn't matter what kind of ensuring who creek dealing with everybody gets covered how matter who they are no matter whether they have a job or their parents have a job or who their job is where everybody gets cover and then the second feature is that the insurance function is covered by the government as opposed to having what we have now how would you mix of public insurance and private insurance and there is some conservatives who don't think government should play any role in providing healthcare well right now the government is already the major player including in an insurance i mean in the state of california where i just did the study seventy percent of all spending on health care right now is already done by the government at various level so what we're talking about is not transitioning from a system of private system with zero percent public funding to one with one hundred percent of the funding were really talking about transitioning from one in which we have already seventy percent public funding to one hundred percent of the funding how a single payer different from that take care of the public health services is it the same as public option which are auto is often you as care.