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"r g" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"I know that the the you know the the sweet spot for us is for shines in wages and you know that's what the company has really been best known for the rabbits in its history and and that's you know we sell more drivers skews more irons and wedges than anything else but you know interestingly are R. G. S. fifty three drivers fairway woods have been selling extraordinarily well there you know classic and clean and elegant as are all of our products you know we think that there you know the way they look is is equal to how they perform but they you know they perform they perform great and you know driver for three hundred twenty five dollars with a variety of very premium aftermarket shaft is a great yeah it's a great great value for people as opposed to you know going out and buying a new driver these days from from one of the big guys for yeah I've seen it for five or six hundred dollars which to me just seems a little bit extreme and excessive so yeah we're we're on the driver fairway wood categories been going very well for us how about the the platters you have anything that you recommend to improve my short game yeah we we you know all of our products are forced whether they're drivers fairways and potters and actually our partners are kind of unique in that they are forged they're not many force potters on the market right now so they have a very different feel yeah they're they're they're beautiful and classic looking as well so.
"r g" Discussed on WTRH
"R. G. June as you were speaking about people with dealing with being one of those in a facility like that and just struggling trying to struggle well trying to age well as our keys say what what else did you have a few comments about that shot I hit hi this is again I've written is for something else but you know it's very hard when you have a friend who's saying how to how to totally kick **** how do I commit suicide could you help me in fact that's what she said that this morning could you help me I just I just need to leave this work earth what so again and I was reading this to her because she's a she's a what do you mean doing today and I told her that been writing but even right well aging well I didn't even make the connection and she said could I hear it of course and so this so and she knew my mom and so and she would go hi this is so wonderful well this is the rest of the aging well I'm doing this for a video but anyway this is the first of the of out of the kind of an introduction realize your and my friend kept saying there isn't any purpose for me you know I guess I used that purpose but there isn't any purpose enough for substance no you have purpose okay realize your heavenly father always has a purpose for you in August I got chills when I was reading this because I thought oh this is what she needs my friend it's okay realize your heavenly father always has a purpose for you he says quote I know the plans I have for you plans to give you hope and a future Jeremiah twenty nine eleven god news before you were born what difficulties you would face our loved ones passing away on the climbing health but you still have purpose he holds your future in his hands because he has a plan for you.
"r g" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"You the finest computing related to that I would get up thank you R. G. but you know they go they cycle pretty quickly so they come back they bring him to refresh refresh gives them all up and ready to go brand new and they sell a view for really low prices okay on the phone with me Steve biology Steve how you doing hello you are bidding under happy Easter god bless you both and everyone out there and my question is I haven't been using my laptop much lately I've been using my tablet more well I turned on my laptop has windows ten and I know you spoke about an update recently about it but I don't know if it did an update on its own but I noticed some of my icons were missing their programs that I paid for and that we are the companies and no longer in service and I love these programs and I still use them but they're not on my computer anymore I tried to back dated and the back date the dates that were there to back bigger gone as well so what maybe you can tell me what's wrong with that hi Steve so definitely a bit of a quandary to be and how that typically programs that are already on the computer shouldn't necessarily just disappear on their own like what you're describing but I have seen cases back in February there were some issues with the February windows update where a computer was not appropriately logging into its proper user account profile and as a result that there have been situations where it would log into a temporary profile and the temporary profile would be missing all of the documents pictures and all of the expected icons that you would normally be there because the for the specific environment like shortcuts the documents short cuts to programs that would just be like a generic account and windows of course will always do what's automatic updates on a regular basis in the backgrounds of this computer had been used in a while it's possible maybe that it ran it's up there in the background then the update didn't complete properly and is having that issue another thing that I've also seen windows which is probably going to be less likely but in windows ten hi there is a feature called windows ten S. mode usually it's set up on more base model systems where windows ten S. mobile with strict user from being able to use a programmer file that was sourced from outside Microsoft's own on Microsoft's own apps store but if the computer was already running and already had that software AG's very unlikely that windows would have been able to just switch into that mode by itself it's a very unusual for somebody to necessarily go out of their way to turn on S. mode but we have had a couple of customers that have done that and then they start having some functionality issues afterwards another possibility is that maybe the shortcuts just simply got accidentally deleted and then the programs are just still hanging there on in the main part of the hard drive that if you navigate to this PC and local desk you might be able to just navigate directly to the the actual programs for directory and be able to open the software or another another thing that could be at play is if there's some sort of hardware issue with the unit like with the hard drive after's bad sectors on the drive that can also cause programs or items on the computer to have difficulty working even possibly cause an operating system not to be bootable so really Steve I have I wish I could give you a more definitive answer but this would really be sent the type of thing that we would need to get some hands on time with to try to see if we can get to the bottom of this of this issue you're having but again we are still open our regular hours and you don't require any sort of appointment to bring that computer and for complementary diagnostics okay thanks for your help out Steve I think you're gonna have to take a drive along with the hate we've got nothing else to do well actually I'm still working a little bit like you I have to work so but thank you for the info Hey there must not very good but the dried up along with and what are the hours of the.
"r g" Discussed on WSB-AM
"R. G. they need a great I believe that our hard work then the need and if people were just the in fact themselves during the stand that though we are extract there's added stress to families that are experiencing Homer our family there are at risk of losing their health not only did it click I don't rent all the little children so we for any anyone that is in a position to your clients right to the core what we're doing to our family in around we would be greatly appreciative of that support how much money do you guys think you would have been able to raise if you'd been able to have the new beginnings award luncheon that had to be cancelled last month because I know those were critical dollars right yeah yeah I'm pretty good at with a hundred thousand dollars we were hoping to garner at least two hundred and eighty thousand dollars for ninety so imagine the huge rock you are fund raising activity and not having over there thank you sure you are B. evened out or that you had that lost income that we were anticipating as a result of that on right there so do you do that locked and then not only that particular fundraiser but we have two letters that are coming out there also and given that these binary search for pre clearance about twenty five to thirty percent of our budget backing sheet rock and what that means is that that means we can't we can't yeah we needed that we can't go into your and be a quicker so we know that there are huge rock as a result of what we're trying to do has individual we're caring heart warm heart to reach inside themselves and really make a difference by not only helping Nicole how to help other people I can help you and your money and to help them get back on their feet after becoming remotely and as you said earlier in the program you all do not break up families in order to help them if someone listening again their heart is been touched and they would like to offer some kind of support helped make up some of this difference tell us again how they can make those donations no nation can be made at our website W. W. W. dot nickel that RG or if you're not you contact how are you four four six two two zero seven nine three but again but what right W. W. W. dot net core crown award G. online your donations are needed and we appreciate what Theresa Terry the development director for Nicholas house here in Atlanta god bless you're doing wonderful work let's hope that our community will respond thank you currently perspective is a community of public affairs program crafted with you in mind if there's a gas you'd like to interview for a perspective you think should be.
"r g" Discussed on 710 WOR
"R. G. you can write me now because they could date for you to come in and get you going if you wish now one more question you said you accept Medicaid Medicare Medicaid and most insurances you know why because I have Medicaid and United healthcare okay we take United we take Medicaid okay I will go I don't drive so I will see my friend can run me down already lives on which you know where do I live on the island live in Ronkonkoma well you just go along on room road come to Penn station about a five minute walk from Penn station it's easy to get to us it's very hard to read only your friend you don't need your friend to drive in go the route road Penn station that's on thirty fourth street we're on thirty eighth and Broadway were very close to Penn station and Grand Central in Port Authority okay all right talk to me the only time I really appreciate it thank you I hope it's nothing and I hope you have a good life to live to be a hundred and twenty in excellent health we're still okay god bless you all right yeah thank you god bless you it would talk when my patients brought a little note to me yesterday about Jimmy Carter so is in the New York Post and Jimmy Carter became the oldest living former president in United States history George W. H. W. bush was ninety four years a hundred seventy one days when he died last year and Jimmy Carter by past so Jimmy Carter's the oldest living former president in United States history and the carters centers of how great he is and how much services rendered and of course I don't want to get into politics but I do want to talk about his longevity and the fact this is a man who had cancer the travel to the brain for years ago and he had radio surgeries the first president to have radio surgery and why would the president like Jimmy Carter want to have radio surgery for cancer of the brain well number one most likely he didn't want someone hands it is brain wants someone opening up as head of the knows that if you open up the head you can have stroke you have damage to the brain you could have stemmed sheer function you can even die during brain surgery sores of man Jimmy Carter years ago had radio surgery most people with his disease with surgery if they open up as have most likely would not live like this and this friends lived cancer free years after radiosurgery he's out ninety four and a half years old doing well you can see him here amazing uses of some big conference recently this is the work that we do here at Radio City New York were first to New York with brain radio surgery and he couldn't stand why Jimmy Carter would be the wanting to have radio surgery and you may want president show care also we have a huge experience treating thousands of patients with brain.
"r g" Discussed on WTRH
"R. G. you'll find that donate link there and we we appreciate your support of our ministry let's get back to the conversation now with the money well a line how are you doing so far right now okay I have a question sure am I what am I wrong to think that the enemy has a hold of him no not at all first of all he needs a life changing relationship with the lord Jesus Christ yes that is god's design because you see he is the one who gives us worth and at times what we're doing is we're looking for how can we meet these needs that we have and by the way there are three god given in our needs for love significance and security one of are you know heard clearly that of he your husband done there was a point at which his mother died at age three and then there was and the dad instead of taking him out now he said now put in foster care and there's no telling what went on there some foster care homes are wonderful some are not at all end of it you know it depends on if how how was he treated by that's why I asked even but the siblings did any of them do something to him UP sexually out was there what was he you know how how was he looked upon was there because there are times when many unusual things occur and you can't you are not the fixer at that but to get an understanding for him to get an understanding can be absolutely huge if for any reason if he was sexualized as a boy if he was treated ace certain way even up looked upon to meet some female as though he was the female and so therefore he could not he was clearly the mail but you know if he's being treated in a way that he was sexualized and it's like it sometimes there are kids who feel the only way that I was ever found it was as a sex object and and you know it it's these things set up I'm thinking first of all if you but go to a person who has a specialty an expertise in sexual addiction correct and that's you have to kind of ask that question ugh your if you go to consulars are you a contact take a counseling entity and I understand why you would want to be a Christian counselor there are people though who do have has an expertise sexuality N. and there are many who work with individuals up to help them find their identity in Christ but I think for you to first seek out information for you then then you but they really need to have this as have they work with and you could just says have have you worked with us in the transvestites or cross dressers and the the reason is it just give so much more understanding of it it's kind of like if if you say well I I need a my watch repaired well you could go to a washing machine repair person but that doesn't mean they have the ability to fix the watch and that's why these specialties are are very very helpful because you will gain an insight and also he needs to be treated as an up and this is what I told the woman in in the state of Maine when we were talking as I said every time you can affirm his maleness anything that he does as a male complement of say you know I appreciate it and in the this is a notice is very minor for me to say at this point but one of the by one of the scriptures that is so applicables here is there is wisdom in many counselors there are times when a person can go to one particular counselor eight like let's let's say you go to someone and then if he would go to a different one and then the two counselors are given permission to talk to each other two of because there's there are confidentiality issues of that that can be very helpful by the way let me ask what does your husband what does he want the marriage with you yes he does okay that's huge and just let me let me just say this there are times when he could be in this New World the cross dressing at its meeting you understand it's meeting some neat there's some emotional and need that he's tapping into because this is not normal right okay most men do not do this they don't and so there is some there is a call you're you're gonna be the Sherlock Holmes of sorts in the relationship trying to figure well he's probably trying to figure it out to that maybe he's already figured it out because he may be I'm going to assume he has not told you everything because he may not have been able to see the tie from whatever is is is because this but you know the the truth is this is not meant to satisfy god intended him to be a male because the Bible says god made them male an email event what you see is god is very intentional about his design there's a reason why you were created and designed it to be a female and therefore what you see is god has a plan for you he has a plan for your husband so that I think this the here is of in an outgoing indigenous there are those who we'll say well there's a scripture about this and and there is a a woman must not wear men's clothing nor a man where women's clothing for the lord your god detests anyone who does not let me just say this let's say your husband has a sweatshirt and you just like it and you wear that that is not that you can't wear his clothing it is for this very purpose it is of the like those who do drag of it's at the top of cross dressing but it's worth the clothing typically of the other sex is is worn by the person of the opposite sex in and of but the issue is not just wearing a steak going to a unisex wearing a unisex shirt yeah it's nope that's no big deal but it just like Scotsman can wear skirts call kilts that's not wrong but it is with the intent of rejecting the sexual identity that a person has from birth and therefore they wear clothing of the opposite gender as a rejection of who they are well that's why he needs wise counsel it and so I think the contingency needs to be if he's willing to get understanding and you say I want understanding because I and I understand that this is not what you would normally do this is not what there's a reason for this and so I think we both need understanding so and you can say I've already gone it you could you could say I've already gone to counseling I'm going to go for counselling myself just to gain of more understanding but I want to go to someone who really understands and can help us through this so how does that sound to you okay I guess I gotta change my well I'll give it a try you know I yelled that could do anything that will help our marriage it is just very hurtful for me because I I guess because I I don't understand it but don't forget it's not a rejection rejection.
"r g" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Dot O. R. G. well one of the men was fifty eight years old he has a child has diabetes and colon cancer he had colon Oscar P. done and he was trying to have a sigmoid colon cancer which were the big hospitals the one who radical surgery at this hospital almost three years ago and well he came to me because he just did not want to have radical surgery he had no pain no bleeding he did lose weight you went from two OO five to one eighty five is five feet seven I saw him we got all those records you call that hospital we got the records at the hospital the one through the surgery and he just did not want to have surgery this is two years ago he came to me I should stay about two years ago it was born in Barbados he is fifty eight years old and we treated him for his colon cancer when the patient just did not want to have surgery and chemotherapy for his colon cancer and we treated them two years ago then he's in remission doing well feeling fine so happy that he came to us rather than have radical surgery for his colon cancer it was to go around the seventy four very youthful looking looks more like fifty four seventy four is a watchman security guard he single as those children who came to me five years ago for a check up here blood from the **** it was urinating at night we check them out and we found that kidney cancer had a kidney mass and we know that usual with kidney masses the urologist want to remove the kidney do surgery even without a biopsy in this round saw urologist three courage all that and he came back because he just did not want to have loss of his kidney what we offered a biopsy and he accepted that or we did a biopsy of the kidney and showed cancer that we talked about all the options for kidney cancer I should say we do something also very different than the usual treatment usually reserved for move the kidney without a biopsy we here we do a biopsy because we find a lot of people don't even have cancer of the kidneys the kidneys removed and those are all whoops who have cancer and what is a patient of a say why'd you remove my healthy kidney if it wasn't cancer so we like to do biopsies if the patient wants and we can then do non invasive treatment like this man had five years ago five years ago he walked in with no kidding the symptoms and it says it's a lesson really that you don't have to have pain or suffering or bleeding to have kidney cancer so we found the kidney cancer we offered treatment we treated him and now five years later from that kidney cancer he is cancer free and he comes on a regular basis to have check ups the check up of his entire body and he's cancer.
"r g" Discussed on KOMO
"R. G. physical and hand therapy welcome welcome welcome to another edition of RD facility at their please help lock it is February ninth and allow general Kelly I'm Tom Homer and it's you know what pitchers and catchers the merit report to training camp in just four days here the gun believe Ohio that's very market analysis got a big deal last week for your contractor sent to the left the other Gonzaga so baseball season just around the corner and in that vein we have a he an email from a listener and it's not their child they're concerned about is that this is Robert in the north shoreline he says I want to play catch with my daughter she was to play softball so I figured I would help her get the hand of the issues we get the hang of it and we're not play catch with her she's fine my shoulder is really a lot of pain I don't know what I did but I am still I am store I can barely lift it above shoulder height what do you think I should do what you think I did hi Robert you do a lot of people do Robert I mean but we have not been really active no by that but not trying to be mean or think that a lot of people don't condition their body took the shoulder Hey Tom you're you're baseball guy your baseball coach you know the shoulder is inherently not designed to throw him in that throwing activity is really unique and requires a lot of mobility requires a lot of strength particularly in the area what we call the rotator cuff muscles and the pair scapular muscles the muscles around your shoulder blade in your neck so when you go to throw you know it's a unique motion those rotator cuff muscles are being used extensively not just to start but also stop the motion and most likely Robert what you're experiencing here I would guess is a fairly acute situation of rotator cuff tendinitis I would guess you just here to the soft tissue those for tenants that make up the rotator cuff muscles that grab that ball and hold that ball of your arm into the socket of your scapular shoulder blades are partial blade is probably just are they probably just little irritated inflamed I mean over use too much not stretched out not condition you up throw me throwing a softball right now you know it yet it's a little bit different about size of an object in your throwing that probably long distances over use you know just that old rotator cuff tendonitis without all experienced it Robert what you need to do is obviously you know and I am planetary work get some ice on it I mean before you go out and throw again make sure you got good flexibility the thing is Tom most of us are fairly sedentary we set a lot so that posture that Ford had rounded shoulders you know getting that rounded posture affects our shoulder mechanics so we need to kind of strength are back muscles and we do a thing called the throwers can really with some surgical to be just a bunch of exercise you pop it in with your player yeah just a warm everybody up and get that rotator cuff in those pairs capital muscles strong does that make sense yeah absolutely and and I would add to what you're saying with that with the US surgical to me there's a lot of things you could do just if you you know are worried about a place to do it is tied not the end of the tubing stick at the door you could do the telling him yeah yep yep yeah it's all that intellectual Tatian a lot of a lot of rose we like to do a lot of back roads and and a lot of doorways stretches memory when you sit at a computer and you have a rounded lifestyle the muscles in the front in your chest in your neck they get shorten the muscles in the back get long or short muscle has lacks flexibility along muscle lacks the body produce strength so we have to have that look that we're we're just pushing pullers which is lever right now we just have devil off or levers or levers physics you know I mean remembered as a sophomore in college we have to have be balanced right so maybe Robert was just using this as an excuse for why his daughter was throwing harder than he was have you ever caught up and when those pictures softball point Baptist all my goodness those easy in coming in hot five sees a Major League batters get up to face them too and they look pretty silly in other closer to the plate but they're bringing it comparatively ninety eight miles an hour everybody's lap here right you just slap at a range right yeah and by the way speaking us all balled husky sample to come into the season they just started to turn it yesterday they are right number one of the country the previews that is that they always there always great to have that coach I can't remember yeah she's come on the radio with us and it's great culture absolutely all right thank you Robert for your question if you have one for us you can get it to us at questions that I. R. G. P. T. dot com and don't forget to.
"r g" Discussed on KOMO
"R. G. physical and hand therapy welcome once again here we go another edition of hired the physical and the result talk along with general heavy with as always and as usual we like to start with a question from somebody who has a a health concern and this one comes to us what was postmarked on January third so I guess that's the reason for this this that topic but they say oh was out in the garage putting Christmas stuff away in our tote containers and when I was reaching for one on the upper shelf I did something to my back and I can't seem to calm it down got down off a little step stool felt the pinch of my back I use or rest or anything else any suggestions yeah I've got suggestions I mean this is so typical I mean that you know after Christmas or after activity in your lifting twisting bending over reaching up all above your head with a tote with Christmas decorations in at twenty it probably probably going fast trying to get it done seven said who hasn't done that right and most likely this sounds like the old what I call a pair spinal muscle strain in the in the back so your spinal muscles para means are he said of the spine so you have these backstrap must lose their call director spiny and when you bend over lift and twist sometimes you will strain or tear those muscles and again everything in a tear a sprain or strain in our world we kind of great right so there's a low grade moderate and severe tear and most likely if he gets very seem kind of what I would call a pair of spinal muscles strained stretch the muscle tore the muscle better without muscles gonna do Tom is it's gonna respond by swinging guarding maybe have a little bit a spasm but again that you're back in you can't function anywhere in the world without moving your back that's why back pain is so debilitating because it's your courts center your universe and these personal muscle strains of it's a low level will take four to six weeks to heal which you want to do again is you want to store gets manning planetoid activity going you know again we talked about I some a big believer in ice I mean people might get a question that but I think ISIS get an inflammatory in plastic sometimes will minimize the pain and then grabs you start working on some flexibility star demean the they on the ground some single needed chest you know some easy backstretch is walking is good if it's pain free but you know it should it should calm down about four to six weeks most likely it's one of those old can a typical back strains of the rector spiny you need to watch any leg pain though with that type of activity bending over twisting turning rotating and if you get any kind of radiating pain down the leg or he will either lead you know left or right you just one leg worse too sometimes I could indicate media disc problem little that disco genic type situation where you here to the the intervertebral disk which is then got a little balls or information that push in on the spine nerve that's minor forms or static nerve that's why you get the pain down leg sometimes makes sense yep absolutely now let me ask you this and you know you can't prescribe medication on the air here but but if you talk about and of what Ms and inflammatories and I use but when it comes to something like this is an uber profane regimen of maybe three times a day a couple of you know tuner fifty milligram tablets a day every six hours as opposed to a settlement of inter aspirin gonna call Matt down as it acts more as an anti inflammatory than any yeah yeah yeah yeah the theoretically and and from what I've you pull from verse you know I Tylenol ibuprofen is an anti inflammatory medication I think most positions out there again I'm not I I'm not I'm not a I don't prescribe medication like you said but most was is not out there would prescribe like ibuprofen or leave to help calm that down because it's it's it's an information so when you hear Tate those muscles so that soft tissue your create an inflammatory process which is good your body wants to have some information to heal but you wanna common information down fast right the biggest thing is I mean is is the ice sometimes again is a good anti inflammatory and it's also will help with spasms those muscles you had a back spasm yeah all my gosh yeah it almost brings your knees yeah those muscles so there's a spasm the muscles here to eat in the muscles going we're here to to so in a tight knot right we're gonna spasm.
"r g" Discussed on KOMO
"R. G. physical and hand therapy welcome once again here we go another addition of I. R. D. physical hand therapy self talk along with general heavy with as always and as usual we like to start with a question from somebody who has a a health concern and this one comes to us what was postmarked on January third so I guess that's the reason for this this that topic but they say oh without the garage putting Christmas stuff away in our tote containers and when I was reaching for one on the upper shelf I did something to my back and I can't seem to calm it down got down off a little step stool felt the pinch of my back and I can't get it called under me no matter what right ice or rest or heat or anything else any suggestions yeah I've got suggestions I mean this is so typical I mean that you know after Christmas or after activity in your lifting twisting bending over reaching up up above your head with a tote with Christmas decorations in it tried it probably probably going fast trying to get it done said except who hasn't done that right and most likely this sounds like the old what I call a pair spinal muscle strain in the in the backs of your peers spinal muscles para means on a set of the spine so you have these backstrap mostly for their call director spiny and when you bend over a lift and twist sometimes you will strain or tear those muscles and again everything in a tear a sprain or strain in our world we kind of great right so there's a low grade moderate and severe tear and most likely if he gets very seem kind of what I would call a pair of spinal muscles strained stretch the muscle tore the muscle better without muscles gonna do Tom is it's gonna respond by swinging guarding maybe have a little bit a spasm but again that you're back in you can't function anywhere in the world without moving your background that's why back pain is so debilitating could that your courts center your universe and the final muscle strains of it's a low level will take four to six weeks to heal which you want to do again is you want to store gets man inflammatory activity going you know again we talked about I some a big believer in ice I mean people might have a question that but I think ISIS get an inflammatory in plastic sometimes will minimize the pain and then gradually start working on some flexibility star demean lay on the ground distancing only to chest you know some easy back stretches walking is good if it's pain free but you know it should it should calm down about four to six weeks most likely it's one of those old can a typical back strains of the rector spiny you need to watch in your leg pain though with that type of activity bending over twisting turning rotating and if you get any kind of radiating pain down the leg or equal either late you know left or right you just one leg verse to sometimes that could indicate maybe a disc problem a little that disco genic type situation where you here to the the university will desk which is then got a little balls or information that push in on the spine nerve that's minor forms or static nerve that's why you get the paint on lake sometimes makes sense yep absolutely not let me ask you this any you know you can't prescribe medication on the air here but but if you talk about and of what ifs and inflammatories and ice but when it comes to something like this is an uber profane regimen of maybe three times a day a couple of you know tuner fifty milligram tablets a day every six hours as opposed to a settlement offender aspirin gonna call Matt down as it acts more as an anti inflammatory than any yeah yeah I mean if you radically in and from what I've been told in verse you know I Tylenol ibuprofen is an anti inflammatory medication I think most positions out there again I'm not I I'm not I'm not a I don't prescribe medication like you said but most was just not doctor would prescribe like ibuprofen or leave to help calm that down because it's it's it's an information so when you hear take those muscles so that soft tissue your create an inflammatory process which is good your body wants to have some information to heal but you are common information down fast right the biggest thing is I mean is is the ice sometimes again is a good anti inflammatory and it's also will help with those spasms those muscles you had a back spasm yeah all my gosh yeah it almost brings your knees yeah those muscles for those a spasm the muscles here to eat in the muscles going where you're treated so gonna tighten up right we're gonna spasm can.
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"Planning attacks the I. R. G. C. publicly has said he was in the region planning attacks so you need to take our word for it his own organization is said that's what he was up to in the region Congress was not given advance notice of the strike outs all the money hook said the intelligence that led to the strike will be given to them in due time in Beverly hills Emily Valdez can extend seventy newsradio escalation from words to missile attacks on the US confrontation with Iran is bringing renewed warnings from local law enforcement officials county sheriff Alex being a wave is urging everyone to stay vigilant to any changes or threats after Iran launch those missiles he said to make sure you know what is going on around you and if you see anything that is out of place please do not assume someone else has called to report the incident sure of tweeted if you see it call nine one one remember for any terrorism or suspicious activity related tips you can remain anonymous by calling eight hundred two two two T. I. P. S. shares intelligence unit continues to work with local state and federal partners to monitor the current events in the Middle East and Ronnie official says the crash killed everyone on board your cranium commercial airliner the took off from Tehran the plane we carry one hundred seventy six people aircraft went down in farmland outside of the Iranian capital authorities are blaming engine failure for the crash US is planning to send at least a hundred more firefighters to Australia to join one hundred fifty nine already they're battling blazes of killed twenty five people and destroyed two thousand homes wildfires are devastating Australia's wildlife millions of animals have died including kangaroos and quality many are left to wonder can the species ever recover when the fires are finally put out deter hockey Lee is a professor in the school of biological sciences at the university of Sydney Skyler verifies and the amount of habitat that's been walked out has led to this really significant concern from by the decline of populations for even more desperate spacey's but also I declined the spaces that are already endangered we have a rich history of changing lands guys we don't wanna lose anymore professor hockey leases the horrifying images Australians are seeing every day of burnt animals suffering animals is absolutely heartbreaking he says the devastation from these fires on everything from people to animals to the country's ecosystem really puts Australia in uncharted territory Chris Seton's can extend seventy newsradio when will those articles of impeachment end up in the Senate we'll have more on that story for it coming up in just about three minutes to thirty five traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five years many check while why don't we begin with some good news secular cleared in south el Monte sixty east to pick rode the on ramp back open and that oil spill has been cleaned up however we still have a secular in Rowland heights sixty west just passed as is the Avenue a big great clip the car this is an injury accident plus the the truck lost a lot of fluid Caltrans on the scene a mob of mode the three right lanes taken away the backup to Nogales Westminster four oh five south from golden west two balls full closure the delays begin a Westminster Boulevard you would have to take Westminster to beach to the four or five it'll get you around the activity city of commerce five north approaching the seven ten the slow lane taken away for right shoulder Caltrans work the backup to eastern Illinois that one oh five east before Wilmington Avenue a two car injury collision both over to the right but emergency crews blocking the slow lane our leader five north at Osborne a delivery truck hauling a trailer separated the on ramp is blocked I would use van Nuys Boulevard there and trends as an alternate caustic five north just pass Smokey bear road two big rigs collided one of the trucks and up on fire with fire crews on the scene the slow lane is blocked until further notice by cal trans and it's slow through pyramid lake to the one thirty eight our next report is at two forty five I many be gentle with more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio the cloudy skies a sporting some moderate winds and all low clouds and fog through the morning they'll burn off get some sunshine this afternoon.
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"I. R. G. C. publicly has said he was in the region planning attacks so you need to take our word for it his own organization is said that's what he was up to in the region Congress was not given advance notice of the strike outs all the money hook said the intelligence that led to the strike will be given to them in due time in Beverly hills Emily Valdez can extend seventy newsradio card grow ban is charged with threatening officers with a butcher knife the incident occurred with the garden Grove officers were investigating a domestic dispute involving the man's wife police say the officers were told it was just a verbal argument and then laughed but as they walk to the squad car the defendant's daughter ran after them to share father had armed himself with a large butcher knife officers return to the home and as they try to talk to you start walking toward them with a knife before dash into a bedroom eventually the mass to talk him into surrendering without any further incidents where the wife said he struck her he's dobby charge for several felonies LA police are hoping a video showing an incident of road rage invalid eyes which put a man in the hospital will lead to someone identified the suspects involved the incident took place a week ago when a survey and pulled up to the intersection of wood with victory Boulevard a black jeep with paper plates pulling up right behind it drivers from both cars got out there was a fight one man punched out the other driver hitting it with such force he fell backwards striking as head of the street detectives of review the released a video shot by a passenger which all three suspects all believed to be Armenian men other mid twenties climbing into the jeep and driving off hoping a digital videos of the area might provide them with a license plate for the jeep paramedic shot the injured driver to the hospital these remained unconscious since the attack and has been able to provide any help to detectives Dimitry okay and extend seventy newsradio it's unclear whether LA county prosecutors will continue to pursue a case against for former social workers charge the devil Palmdale boy now that the appeals court has toss that out they could take it up to the state Supreme Court but loyal ally professor emerita John Costello says she thinks the appeals court justices got it right in a two one opinion the court concluded the workers never have the requisite Judy to control the voice of users and did not have care or custody of Gabriel Fernandez and called for the dismissal of the child abuse and falsifying public records charges of rage and sadness that people feel including me over you know how horrible this is you like to feel like will surely there must have been something we could do they must've realized Thailand at risk that child was the court found okay real could have been removed as social workers had reasonable cause to believe he was an imminent danger they were not required to do so the dissenting justice wrote I am most disturbed by the negative incentives this case creates adding we have an effect encourage social workers to cover their tracks if they stumble on cracks in the system get real was tortured and killed his mom is serving a life sentence for boyfriend got the death penalty that's what prosecutors plan to do next to DO a spokesman said only that they're in the process of reviewing the appeals court opinion clutch get this guitar KNX ten seventy newsradio it's so one one of the can extend seventy newsradio your check traffic for a coming up in four minutes many tells me as a three car crack up in west with on the four oh five it's causes problems as it should this time of the morning we'll have more on that for you coming up at the one fifty here's the thing saving money with geico.
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"R. G. then you can tell this impeachment thanks not going the way the Democrats and the media thought it would be soon thereafter hearings and the obvious evidence of crimes misdemeanors that the people the public would turn on the president the way the public all from the turn on Richard Nixon I told you wasn't gonna happen Nancy Pelosi warned her base it wasn't gonna happen they didn't listen and now you're saying also the cracks in the dark you have about ten Democrats now apparently huddling together to craft a censure against Donald trump's behavior as opposed to impeachment it takes more than ten takes eighteen defections in order for this impeachment thing not to not to happen so I don't believe it it's not going to happen but the point is for ten people to do that shows you that the avalanche of support for the impeachment that Nancy Pelosi hope would happen has not in fact happen I just played you MSNBC households legal analyst taking James Comey Taffer publicly a giving air to the steel dossier for publicly talking about how credible the still dossier is here is CNN legal analyst his name is Ross Garber and all about Adam Schiff the version that were you know we have to do this fast because we have to we we just have to here's what he says and he's overstepped his bounds including three tweets in the past week so that conduct is not okay and it's part of why I've been critical of what the Democrats have tried to do here this is I I think we're seeing not a real effort to remove the president you know that the Democrats in our our moving these articles three they know it has little or no shot of going anywhere in the Senate and and you know as as you probably remember you know for weeks or months I've been saying let's take you know take a look at the actual issues here do a real investigation end this notion by chef that he didn't have time to go to court you know I think is just nonsense this is the CNN legal analyst criticizing Adam Schiff for saying he didn't have time to do a full thorough investigation call more witnesses nonsense actual issues here do a real investigation end this notion by chef that he didn't have time to go to court you know I think is just nonsense you know the one of the reasons why the again cases taken eight months to play out is that the house didn't go to court right away he issued the subpoena they waited a long time to try to enforce that they waited a long time to try to go to court and and so instead we do have this rushed impeachment process which is looking like a you know fast train to acquittal in the Senate he rushed impeachment process as CNN legal analyst CNN political analyst is named Gloria abortion she talks about the polls of independent voters check out her assessment and CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin on the impeachment hearing he says Donald Trump in a way quote has all ready one he has been extremely critical of the president Gloria Borja is a trump hater.
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"R. G. and now we're going to turn to his next book and I can't wait that will be out next year it is America on trial but defense over the founding from Ignatius press Bob we have the group is a great great grandson of off the Guinness in the studio was Guinness and he explained to me the the the challenge we face today in our nation is that we've chosen the wrong revolution meaning we were founded in a revolution in which it's actual fighters understood the nature of human kind the relationship to a creator and objective truth and for the last eighty years we've shifted towards the French revolutions values on the individual and the denial of gods your response to that summary of our founding and how we have lost our way in recent decades I think that's absolutely right one of the chapters in this forthcoming book American on trial addresses a comparison between the French and American revolutions to show how very different they were and how some of the key American founders were appalled by what they saw happening in the they predicted what what would happen next I just want to go back said to what you said at the end of the last section there that that that you feel optimistic about the pro life cause and I share that optimism we we are winning we're going to win that one and it's it's a big one but I want to point out a problem that was revealed when one of my daughters was at an inter scholastic weekend debate school tournament right most of the kids were public school leave it or not senator Rick Santorum address them he asked them how many here believe your rights come from the state a large majority of students raise their hand how many of you believe that your rights come from god a very including my daughter needless to say very few of them right raise their hands to that question that's good let's say that say in index of how far over we've gone from our revolution which in the top of your show indicates to all people are created equal endowed by their creator obviously rights come from god to the French Revolution where they come from the state tennis the state gives the state can take away the state is invented these fictitious right still engage in all kinds of have normal practices and it's taken away the right from the people who object to those so the country is becoming increasingly unrecognizable from its founding and that's because we've switched from the primacy of reason and that reason was at the heart of the American founding and reasons ability to apprehend the moral order to apprehend the moral order of the human soul how one must live to become fully human into what today we see is the primacy of the will that there is no nature we got to make it up if you want self identify as a dog go ahead and of course is we heard the new Attorney General in San Francisco if you want to urinate in the streets as dogs to perfectly fine because maybe yourself identifies doc I mean the absurdity of this the primacy of the will it is it is it does seem to have no no end to it because it's not order to anything except appetite and the five other kids because on the cool cars a day because it enacted the founders world without exception saying you can keep this Republic only so long as you sustain your moral virtue this kind of government cannot survive unless the people in it are morally virtuous if you become depraved you will be slaves I remember I just finished this fabulous book called on the way to terror about the American founder Gouverneur Morris to replace Jefferson is the American ambassador in Paris well known then as he surveyed the scene he was there from the terror and he said the front the French people cannot sustain a Republican form of government because they're too morally depraved this is why Attorney General buzz recent speech because such a commotion on the left as you wrote correct exactly the because this is what he's talking about this is he he courageously told the truth about the moral disorders in which we're currently living at it was Reagan ask in that respect it was a magnificent speech if.
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"R. G. it's five thirty from KQED news I'm Tiffany cam high California in the trump administration are in the midst of a long running battle over auto emissions and now some major car makers are lining up on California side the White House has been pushing for weaker fuel efficiency standards but today governor Gavin Newsom announced that the state and for big automakers have agreed on a road map that will mean more efficient cars coming off the line for years to come the governor calls it a game changer the fact remains these companies are committed to California standards and and regardless of what the EPA does I will continue to search may have the right in California has the right I just I'm assuming they will manufacture to those standards KQED science editor Craig Miller has been following this and he joins me now hi Craig hated me so who's a part of this deal and what do they hope to get out of it well so far it's Ford Honda BMW and Volkswagen that have signed on to it and basically what it does according to officials at least is stay the course that is to say continue tightening fuel efficiency fuel economy and cars through the twenty twenty five model year as you recall the trump BPA wanted to freeze those standards at the level that would be in place in twenty twenty and officials say this one also has a mechanism this deal also has a mechanism built into it to help speed the transition to electric vehicles for the car makers but this is far from over right that trump administration isn't just going to give up on this I'm not getting that sense an EPA spokesman today got called the whole thing a PR stunt instead it'll do nothing to bring about the single national standard that that everybody seems to want including the automakers I should say especially the automakers and they want to know what standard they're supposed to be building too now the trump EPA loan sometime late summer early fall is supposed to be coming out with a a new regulation that would have this roll back built into it though that the lower looser mileage standards and so we may end up with sort of dueling regulations but in spite of all this California's top air regulator Mary Nichols the one who negotiated this deal seems undaunted in a conference call with reporters today we will continue on the on the path that were on hoping that we can also countdown about knowing that will not be able to count on for companies and perhaps more not to support what the administration is proposing to do and there are still some pretty big carmakers who haven't signed on yet I'm thinking GM and Toyota what about them the governor seems confident or says he's confident that that other car makers will follow suit but a statement we got from Toyota today bless no question that they are coming down squarely on the sidelines waiting for the battle to run its course and this is one of many battles between California and the trump administration what is so significant about this one in California's case at least the state has some really among the most ambitious greenhouse gas reduction targets in the country and the biggest single source of that is cars and trucks so the way to get those reductions down like really down is to produce cars that get more miles per gallon it's a big piece of the state's climate strategy and and is that I would think the case with other states as well all right thank you Craig you're welcome that with KQED science editor Craig Miller and I'm Tiffany cam high kick you eating is.
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"R. G. physical and hand therapy welcome everybody thanks for being with us here as we start again later in the month of July and into the end of the summer time as a matter of fact hello general Kelly I'm Tom have a great show lined up for you today were to start in the wake of Wimbledon with Chris Roach was a C. H. T. certified hand therapist with Iraqi and we're up in our Mount Vernon Auburn office and we'll talk about tennis elbow with Chris and you know it's certainly something like a a lot of people are was inspired after watching a tennis tournament like willing to go out start playing all of a sudden they've got tennis elbow that's right that's exactly how it happens it's the lack of activity go out due to much too soon too fast tennis elbow all right let's hear from Chris and Sheva Chris thanks for joining us again it's good to be here thanks for having me yet today we're gonna talk about the old lateral epicondylitis or otherwise known as tennis elbow so I want to set this up kind of like we did in school let's talk about what is it what causes that signs and symptoms and treatment what kind of run that format okay so what is it yeah so lateral epicondylitis we're talking about you know your typical pain out your lateral elbow or if you're standing in your palms are pissing facing forward the the part of your overall that's facing outward it's a very common injury happens for a variety of reasons but it's typically associated with forceful grass been resisted wrist extension in so as time goes on for varying reasons some people are more predisposed to it we end up with with pain there and then it happens essentially as the origin of the extensor tendons which me of open your fingers and extend your wrist will degenerate as time and and with micro trauma or massive you know a Q. traumas while I'm in so yeah it's it's essentially pain at that level of the home so it's an over use usually read the result of maybe over activity or too much too fast too soon it's called battle come let us because the epicondyle the level at the condo is with the common extensor tendon attach is that's for the information curse correction is it's actually specifically associated with a muscle called extensor carpi radialis brevis right in so and that is a fancy term for the muscle that extends and stabilize the wrist during forceful grass you know the tennis I will turn comes from there's actually a pretty high percentage of tennis personal experience and once again as you hold a tennis racquet and balls and resisted wrist extensions you then that's exactly what it is I mean it's resisted resisted wrist extension so any cover over use activity what about signs and symptoms mean a lot of people have a very common complaint yeah so a lot of times a common complaint is I'd crowd my coffee Cup in my elbow hurts and you know the trying to understand why it why that happened so the forceful grouse using tools that sort of thing that that lot although will will you know become painful and that sort of thing now not all lateral elbow pain is caused by lateral epicondylitis there's a lot of other things that we have to sort of differentiate from many can you can make sure it's not instability not sort of thing and there's some basic tests that we do to you know determine and and and make sure that's what's going on so I have what I suspect is maybe tennis elbow I come see you you're going to do a series of tests and examinations on my elbow and then you're going to determine a plan of care and what is that plan of care yeah absolutely so allow a lot of the things that we look at is a you know on a man's the symptoms we don't want you to be in pain and then we also have to modify activity right we if we're continuing to you know create the cycle of pain and inflammation like how do we break that cycle in a way that we can decrease the pain and then slowly strengthen and help prevent this from happening again I think you and I as I I'm a physical therapist you're not peaceful therapist we both seen this probably in our practices a lot I think the biggest thing that I would recommend people do is Philip this linger don't just let this become a chronic problem if you've got this the symptoms pain in the lateral side of your elbow get in see someone absolutely and it's one of those things that people a lot of times will it's just in a campaign I try to work through and you know if that pain does not go away with rest is getting worse with activity come in and see us so that we can get a good plan of care going for you Chris thank you for your time great information that will come alive as folks or otherwise known as tennis sellable thanks again Chris you're welcome thank you ours has been Chris Roach and general Kelly talking.
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"R. G. and I also want to encourage listeners to find a copy of a running because book because it's it's a really insightful and and I think important read complete with ways to work on your own voice and I I love this book is of course geared toward women I think some of the exercises could probably benefit man as well so do we have for Annika back on the line with us no we're still waiting to to try to reconnect with Veronica so I also want to let listeners know that you're in the next part of the show we will be talking with linguist and Georgetown University professor Deborah tannin Deborah has written many books about conversation on both between men and women between women and women and of course in the work place okay and we've got Veronica back great so karana if you could if you could kind of recap for us again what vocal fry is and why it has been such a news item recently sure so what Friday is this idea that women voices it would make because it's always been leveled at women in particular for the criticism the sound of the voice that is supposed to sound like bacon burger in hand and I'm right here a a a a hello guys yes what happened to the women but it and get it Veronica you have to you have dropped off the face of the earth come back the worst not on vocal fry can you hear me now now I can hear you yes okay well I will keep going and let me know if you holler if you can't hear me so essentially people this is a strong reaction about that about vocal fry and specially older generations are really bothered by it younger generation as more powerful will be here it differently there's a generational schism when it comes to vocal fry and have you found in your work that there tends to be a generational gap in in kind of what is called out with each generation of women speakers and what women speakers do either in response or what they have been doing with their voices right well I think we heard with Hillary Clinton in twenty sixteen oh my gosh the list of additives there was mind boggling wasn't it with yeah harsh shrill icepick in your ear klaxon grating annoying nagging that was and let them know that's what you hear a thing for older women in positions of power for younger women you hear you know they they don't I'm trustworthy they don't unlikable they sound like they don't care they don't sound in here is one that always gets me people people have told me more than a few people that they literally subtract IQ points when they hear vocal fry in young women oh my gosh and so you know it's up to the woman and what does he do to respond at some at some point you know you plant your flag and think this is my voice this is how I sound and really the job is on you now to start listening so one of the things that you go into in your book is what happens in open work places or your offices with an open work plan Sir could you talk about what whispering does to the voice right this was super fascinating I had a couple of clients who came in with these very fan I caught paper you like a paper a quality to the voice and we try to figure out what was going on because the if we're confident strong women in every other aspect their voices seem healthy to me and we're trying to decide if they should go on and get you know some help from a voice therapist but essentially what we discovered was that they worked in open office plans and we're accustomed to whispering all of the turning and at a certain point think they were not able to shrug off that work day voice anymore so they would go home and they would whisper and kind of have that that era of I don't want to bug anyone I'm going to be really careful I'm going to be considerate because yeah that's what we tell women to do we tell women to be considerate and quiet the not impose on anybody with their voices and so for women open office plans man they are tough if it were up to me I would not have anyone in an open office plan for that reason because I really think it's damaging to women's voices and whispering by the way is really hard on the voice it's harder and then then yelling for some people well so we are almost at the end of the hour Veronica but I had one question I wanted to fit in because it's something I'm curious about and that's why is it that sometimes a person's speaking voice sounds so different from the singing voice why is that that's an interesting question well I know for one thing how do you feel about listening to your voice back over the over recording well I don't nobody does right and right it sounds different through our head all the rest yes see the bone the tent tissue all of that sounds different and singing voices I think sometimes they do match really nicely and sometimes it's just the price of you the vocal production that happens when you are actually using that but stronger voice that singing voice but I love that is one of the mysteries I think of the voice about the different qualities okay well run it could do you have anything else that you would like to tell our listeners well I heard a saying this is my plea that everyone out there man included makes.