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"sgv" Discussed on Asian Enough

Asian Enough

08:47 min | 10 months ago

"sgv" Discussed on Asian Enough

"Community to increase awareness. That yes these. These instances are real and we need to pay attention to them. Hopefully because we need more more people to understand why this is a problem in why this is a concern like it's been scary to see that happen increasingly to people that I am closer to when that when that comes closer to home then it becomes more real and I become a little bit more aware of when I go out for like a walk from safe social distance even around my own neighborhood like in last few days. I've been just more aware increasingly awaren- intensely aware that I have an Asian face and I don't know what anybody who's like a cross paths with now how they're gonNA react in that way. It's increased my level of self awareness in a really kind of like a alarming way. You know I was wondering Samuel like have you felt that way like at all like have you when when you walk around you do you think. I mean 'cause 'cause you're South Asian like do do you think people are afraid of of South Asians having the disease to no I. Actually I was thinking about that as you guys were saying it like this is making it more real for me too. I mean yeah I'm Indian and I look Indian and that seems to be protected in this people. Don't associate me with the disease. As far as I can tell in this crisis I think the South Asian stereotype that applies to me. Is that the people think I'm probably a doctor. So that's a good thing No it's really interesting though hearing that I feel. This is probably argue. This but like the idea that as an Asian American you have more inclusion or passing And then it's so but it's so clearly conditional because as soon as you become threatening or some Soon as people change their minds about it. You're suddenly an outsider and you feel like an outsider and the Times that you didn't feel like you know maybe that wasn't real. Yeah I'm in this little bubble being an Indian person trump associating the virus with Chinese people Chinese identity. It's this political decision. Right to try to deflect blame but it has all of these long running long term and widespread effects on Asian Americans that I just don't think he cares about the W. H. O. In Two Thousand Fifteen said. We're supposed to stop associating virus with national origin. But still somehow we're doing and I'm just wondering like why do you have any ideas to to why viruses are named for countries people in areas? Yeah I mean I think it's easy but like you said the World Health Organization has been going to great lengths to stop doing that. So they named the Twenty fifteen corona virus it's called Moore's Middle East Respiratory Syndrome understandably. People didn't like that and said the discussion around this first. We were calling it. The novel Corona Virus which is not really a name so they came up with a name and they specifically purposely did not choose a name that had China or Wuhan and yet trump repeatedly refers to wasn't just yesterday that or this week that he referred to it as the Chinese virus. I mean I think it's just this uttering it's in this weird space because what he's trying to say is that or what he should be. Trying to say is that it's a virus that originated in China. But what it sounds like the way he actually says Chinese virus. It sounds like he's saying it's a virus that afflicts Chinese people. Yeah it's just that you can say that this isn't our problem. It's someone else's problem. They brought it here. I mean. See it in his response to he. Didn't you know ramp up testing so that we could test the people here? Who already have it? He instead close the borders to people from other countries like people from China than people from Italy and he was quick to do that. And that's not the first time that he's instated a travel ban. You so like really fits with this idea like the problem isn't here so people are importing the problem here and so we're GonNa just say it's the Chinese virus okay. Well let's follow that thread down slightly different paths and talk about Frank. How do you think that Asian enclaves in neighborhoods around America but like we can look at Los Angeles even as as a really great case study? How do you think those those cultural hubs? These enclaves will be impacted by everything that we've talked about so far because right now most of the US is seeing such a grave business impact right now. Asian centric restaurants in La at least have been seeing that business impact for weeks if not a month. It's been going for even longer here in in the San Gabriel Valley for example. So what impact are you forecasting? Do you think well you know as Sam? You mentioned as you mentioned like everyone is suffering right now. The whole service industry is suffering the longest and most lasting impacts seemed to be. You know they're in how those economic disruptions are going to reverberate but Asian neighbors an Asian restaurants as you mentioned have been suffering for even longer almost as soon as the virus was something that people were scared of. And that's been going on since maybe February. You know when I talked to folks in in Asian ethnic enclaves in in Los Angeles little tight town. Little Saigon saw tell Koreatown little Bangladesh Cambodia town historic Filipino. Town there are people in these neighbors. Have being seeing the slow down that you're seeing now for for months so these temporary shutdowns are already reshaping neighborhoods. That were already kind of targeted. In battling gentrification in Chinatown Golden Dragon is considering closing which is one of the last dim someplace as ocean. Seafood is also closed and struggling. And if those places go we could have a chinatown without dim sum for example so aside from the loss of the history and the heritage of these neighborhoods there's also just of large senior populations in these neighborhoods that rely on the languages spoken there to get their medical care and to get services in in their language. They don't have other places to live really where they could live autonomously like that and they don't necessarily have families that they could live with some of these seniors don't have any other place that they really could function and so there are a lot of community groups like little Tokyo Service. Center Koreatown Service Center Chinatown Service Center that you can go and volunteer for because if you kind of look at Asia neighborhood's ethnic neighborhoods in La. They all really need our help right now. Certain businesses are still doing take out. Certain businesses are offering certificates. There are a lot of different ways to kind of support your Asian ethnic communities right. Now I encourage you guys all to kind of look into that these neighborhoods have only ever really survived by a safety net made of human beings. They're not paying market rate rent. They're you know they're having a landlord that's renting to this business. Because he finds it valuable at a much lower rate you know. He's declining to earn income. These neighborhoods have always been kind of self reliant economically in that way and thus there in very sort of delicate balance. You know because there's so much more vulnerable. So yeah I'm I'm really scared. I guess For for the future of these neighborhoods. Yeah I was looking back in my own like the last few weeks history and I remember a time. That now seems so long ago before these the restaurants in La closed. For good reason. I would add one. We were first starting to the business impact specifically on Asian restaurant and in the SGV. I did go. It felt very safe to me still and I went out there to support simply by like having lunch and I looked back to see when that was because it feels like a lifetime ago and it was only two weeks ago. Yeah I mean close. Signs are turning to four lease signs. You know in the Sangha Roe Valley. People are already kind of reaching their limit. So yeah on the other side of this. These neighbors are going to look really different. There was a government official. Who was saying. You know? We're going to close these restaurants and it'll be tough and when they reopened one day the landscape might look the same way that it did before as in business will permanently close. I think what was left out of that discussion. Was that like you said Frank. The businesses that were already suffering in the weeks before the shutdown are the ones that are going to be most likely to close their economic impacts will be much much bigger than everyone else's right and then what happens to the cultural hub of the future. What are those GonNa look like when these businesses closed down? It's it's kind of really sad to think about at this point you know. Asian neighbors.

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"sgv" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

10:55 min | 1 year ago

"sgv" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"Website documentary dot com and. I hope everybody enjoyed The Super Bowl. 'cause I sure did especially the halftime. Okay that was a lot of Naga right author but other than that without further ado let me go ahead and introduce on my radio. I guess. And that's cast hi. My brother-in-law Bossa you good only yes. I'm Oh good first of all the dry because I know you live. Where man coming from Highland Park in park okay? And how long did it take you here. I say about about an hour and a half good good old. La Trepca yeah parlor so yeah yeah okay okay other than that that you enjoy the super bowl. Actually I passed outside l.. Aside and even get to see it you're about the only guy that told me that that passed out any specifically. Now who do you have a A football team do around with Green Bay. Okay I I like. I like Green Bachelor coupon. I'm a cowboys fan. So but other than that. I enjoyed the Super Bowl. But anyways I WANNA get into your music before we get into the actual. What can we expect? What are you working on before you give any dates If you're working on individuals or not I wonder I usually like to start off on pretty much. Where were you born? Where were you raised like? What did you grow up at? was born Montebello ochre and I grew up in the SGV city of Monty et. Al Mani ochre ran around there kind of jumped around from there to all Hambro and then found myself running around the streets of Boyle Heights. Okay now history for people I mean I live in California. What is at San Gabriel Valley? Gabriel Valley okay. See I knew that but I have to make a simple for people that may live in New Jersey Texas because I got people that he's even from Germany. So and you always can you have them. You know say where they live when the reality yeah breaking down you know pretty much and so you were born and you said what was the first one. You mentioned ballot Montebello Annabella. Did you go to school in Montebello. No okay now. That's where I was born and all right or I am okay. And what elements your school. Did you attend Kosei. I mean fuck I jumped around a lot I say I went to Baker. OCHRE Wilkerson You see Granada one out of one of those lucky kids. 'cause I only got ten one elementary school and my as live right across the street and L. still late every single day. So that's just the way I would've around my teachers always tell us the liberal street and I'm like why are you always late. I was watching cartoons like the whole city. You are the later you get. Yeah exactly Bro. WPRO exactly I if the bell ringer eight o'clock was ironing my clothes. I like seven fifty eight. You know so What what would you attend junior high? I went to a excol Granada in the city of amber. Okay and high school high school I went to South Domani high school and no money high school and Valley Lindo okay. Three eight three high schools not know. Why the jumping around so much necessary thing? I WANNA know jumping around from house to house parents. Is that what it was. Yeah yes living with family jumping around aunts uncles ochre anchor whilst damn. I wish I could have done this year. I one big family and you're going to school nets it. That's just the way we'll crazy because actually I wish I had it the other way around. I wish I was stable. Stood in one school saying maintain. I didn't have any of that now. I wish I could have went to different schools but with broad avenue when did your high and banning and that was it all in the same city so I pretty much grew up with everybody here in the same. That's right you know sainthood Did you play sports in school. Yeah no actually not school. I played baseball. Oh Okay Yeah just you know the city teams okay. We're GONNA good. Yeah Really Yeah Okay now hardboard softball hardball August over the none of that girl pitching shit. Oh God until after all right and that's another adult you know playing under you know that'll work and what. Now let me ask you this to me. This always intriguing gonNA me. What type of music can you say you raise? Obviously because you you moved around from home to home okay. Aunts and uncles and parents and stuff as a kid. What kind of music was usually played around your house man? A lot of everything. What one side of my family? They wanted me Jetta. Gang banged out bumping oldies. You know stuff like that. And then when I went to another side of my family they turned around it was the bumping K rock music. You know what I'm saying. I say just like hip hop. That's why here like house of pain. You know stuff like that so I got a little bit of everything in between but Spanish music. No really offer Spanish Little a bit little bit or strata said we were you know what I mean. There's a lot of debt. Didn't get talk Spanish like born exam. I I early my my mother. They were everyone was born here. Okay see my both my parents Mexico so we weren't allowed to speak English at home you know and Pointing because my kids I try talking to them Spanish. You know but David Laugh at me like what does that mean. What does that mean? Get Oakland and you will have little so I was like all right cool you know but a a a my house it was English and Spanish music and I usually like to ask ask a question because sometimes I wonder what shape and molded you as an artist you know. I had a baby bouncing not too long ago so I forget forget his age so I said well Kinda music home legal sugar free. I mean I would like okay I got you should a growing you play the instruments. I didn't know nothing Jira want to. I can't say I did okay. Okay now what about at school because I know at school. They have like plastics class. They have like woods class and utilizing nothing I know they handed me a clarinet but I never did nothing with no shit. Yeah what about cores. Your course no now starting to sound like an interrogation that right but all good man. Okay when would you say at what point did you start listening or human rabbi. What was some of the first early rap songs that you started hearing? I tell you exactly my first song. I heard I was in fourth grade and I worked with some dude. That was our neighbor. He shot me ten bucks. This one cat came aiming our apartment selling tapes. I didn't even know what I wanted to hear so I started scuffling do the tapes. I'm looking around and put out. This tape knows his dude on the top of a Cadillac right. And I'm reading it and I said born to mack I don't know but I'm GonNa buy this shit so I bought it and Kasit close. Now let me ask you this because I know who that is. Okay but what do you think it was about a cover. I have a point. That's why I'm asking. I don't know man I just saw everything else. It wasn't appealing to me. I just seen some some four on top of a Cadillac. Drop top sitting in the back. I maybe the white background ground the red lettering. I duNNo. Okay just I was just. That's the one that got me. I took it in and just you know hearing what I think. I wasn't supposed to hear you got me okay. The reason why I asked two because back then when ricky labels would actually sign artists like develop artists like what actually find their own style collector nature bars. How to dress what to wear? They wanted them to wear hats or their logo. Is Everything okay. They're in control of everything and always looked for if you will. I appeal in around. Yeah Yeah you know which to me. it's the same thing with music album covers at the salt as they hit me like in the thirty seconds that I skip sainthood album covers. There's times where I'll see something new mix you look twice and you're like what the fuck is this you know so. That's why I asked so. Oh it was too short bond. Mac Do you remember when you first heard it what you thought like like like what went through your fucking. I like. This shit is hard. She's dope should I got an another record or you know I couldn't tell you I say it was because I really didn't know music at the time to you. Know decide decide if it was dope or not but I think I was just thinking like Oh shit I said Pussy Dido you know just sucking day in news freaky tales. Right freaky tales is he just ran amok on you. So I'm sorry. Go ahead. Good I just disallow at that point and I was just listening stuff. I know I shouldn't be hearing not just keep it real law and I'd be bumping it just stuck to me it was funny any Okay I was in the studio jury years ago. This is audio achievements is not too far from here. I want to say it was like one thousand nine hundred eighty eight and he asked me. He's the one actually introduced we to the too short music and he asked me if I liked it and I thought it was dull. I go put his Berry Elementary. Could I hi quarterback. I thought he was rhyming. Not Wrapping and he said what makes you say that because he said I knew growing Pam I ended up plucking her by garbage. Can you like saying red gaming head in the bed. Bright Yeah you know. And then he said this. It's his voice. It is not what he's saying. But how are we saying it and to me that made all the sense. It was real catchy and had to be yeah had a rushing along and enderby kicks in you know back in the day you had a book and Fifteen Sobel Wolf. I you know you you fucking here. That car fucking boom in from around the corner you get booking goosebumps just remembering this ship real but but but to shore was the shit soon after that up a hold or you said or we could say. I was in fourth grade fourth grade when I got that and I know you probably how to turn turn it down because your parents were listening. Yeah Mom's yeah yeah I was just in the room bumping Natta Watch key point for my sister because she's the drop downs on me all the time. Yeah how many brothers one sister just one. Yeah I'll see you guys ever fight. Yeah Yeah Easter one sister that we literally blows and Oliver so much now but she probably still throw blows with me right now. Samia royals yeah. Okay okay well see. That's a family right there now other than that at that time. Did you think like okay..

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"sgv" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"sgv" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Mulvaney has treated an estimated one thousand patients with PTSD including medal of honor recipient Dakota Meyer we need to help them mo veiny who's also a former navy seal first spoke to sixty minutes bill Whitaker in Annapolis Maryland earlier this year he now tells us the new SGV study is proof of what he's seen with his own eyes over the past ten years I think it's going to help a lot of people producer suffering in the suffering to their families as well in the new study active duty military members with PTSD we're given two injections two weeks apart some with S. G. B. and others with a placebo their symptoms were monitored for eight weeks those who got the SGB injections are twice as much improvement how do patients describing the effects of the treatment to you usually there's some form of I feel relaxed and calm in a way that I haven't for years the S. G. B. procedure works like this I generally harmless anesthetic is injected deep into the knack affecting a set of nerves known as the stellate ganglion those nerves help control the brains fight or flight reactions often amplified in PTSD patients which can cause them to have trouble sleeping or become easily irritated and angry the SGB anesthetic appears to block those nerve impulses between the brain and the body and I'm going to inject a handful of veterans hospitals across the country already use S. G. B. it's also given on a limited basis to civilians including first responders survivors of childhood trauma and assault victims this entire time there's just very very fine dog is that you were looking through and it really diminished your experience of being alive this woman who asked us not to use her name so she spent thirty five years reliving a brutal sexual assault by a neighbor after seeing the sixty minutes report over the summer she sought out a doctor in Chicago who was providing SGB treatment she says it changed her life I started running and I couldn't quit and I said this stuff works her doctor Eugene Lee b'av has treated both military and civilian patients with SGV therapy for more than a dozen years if you take a fight or flight and turn it on and it stays on that's because the mistakes which in terms of our S. G. B. has been used for decades to treat conditions such as hot flashes migraines.

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"sgv" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"sgv" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Car got you need at a R. P. dot org slash Kerr giving service announcement brought to you by a a RP and the on council probably okay to have one more drink before I drive home probably okay I opened the window to stay alert probably okay step out of the car please I probably made a mistake probably okay isn't okay when it comes to drinking and driving if you see a warning sign to stop and call a cab a caller friend does driving is drunk driving a message brought to you by nets and the ad council on the C. B. S. news weekend roundup here's correspondent Steve Dorsey a new study finds girl to play soccer R. at nearly the same risk for concussions as boy used to play football it's an alarming trend now prompting some of women's soccer's top athletes to donate their brains to science soccer stars Megan Rapinoe Abby Wambach Michelle Akers and brandy chest pains pledged to donate their brains was sparked by concern over the long term impact of all those headers and collisions in June we spoke with retired World Cup winners brandy testing and Michelle Akers I smashed into the back of her head so I broke well ordered a fracture and broke my nose in my teeth I did a lot of having a ball and a very probably so and very determined and very aggressive this new study looks at head trauma in high school sports voice what Paul had the highest rate of concussion temper every ten thousand practices or games girls soccer was second at a rate of eight pretend thousand boys soccer had a much lower rate in the twenty sports studied girls had more than twice the rate of concussions as boys I had really bad headaches I've just been sleeping like a lot twelve year old a livia Hans got a concussion last month during a soccer game when she collided with another player and hit the ground Emily Lee is a living his mother we were worried because it was severe it was considered a major concussion for girls heading the ball or colliding with another player with the main causes of concussions doctor Jason Cristo P. act as a team doctor for a women's professional team we're still working with proper diagnosing and management of the concussion of concussions but we're also really trying to promote his awareness of prevention nobody knows my high school girls are so much more likely than the boys to get concussion from playing soccer but there are some theories one is that there are hormonal differences and another is that there are differences in the anatomy of the neck and a third theory is that the girls may be more likely to report symptoms of concussions so in the boys that maybe being under diagnosed Dr John CBS news New York now to what's being called a breakthrough to treat PTSD this is like splitting water mowing the lawn you see the results right away to doctor Sean Mulvaney has treated an estimated one thousand patients with PTSD including medal of honor recipient Dakota Meyer we need to help them love lady who's also a former navy seal first spoke to sixty minutes bill Whitaker in Annapolis Maryland earlier this year he now tells us the new SGV study is proof of what he's seen with his own eyes over the past ten years I think it's gonna help a lot of people producer suffering in the suffering to their families as well in the new study active duty military members with PTSD we're given two injections two weeks apart some with S. G. B. and others with a placebo those who got the SGB injections are twice as much improvement how do patients describing the effects of the treatment to you usually there's some form of I feel relaxed and calm in a way that I haven't for years I generally harmless anesthetic is injected deep into the knack affecting a set of nerves known as the stellate ganglion those nerves help control the brains fight or flight reactions often amplified in PTSD patients which can cause them to have trouble sleeping or become easily irritated and angry the SGB anesthetic appears to block those nerve impulses between the brain and the body and I'm going to inject a handful of veterans hospitals across the country already use S. G. B. it's also given on a limited basis to civilians including first responders survivors of childhood trauma and assault victims this entire time there's a very very fine gauze that you were looking through and it really diminished your experience of being alive this woman who asked us not to use her name so she spent thirty five years reliving a brutal sexual assault by a neighbor she sought out a doctor in Chicago who was providing SGB treatment I started running and I couldn't quit and I said this stuff works her doctor Eugene Lee b'av has treated both military and civilian patients with SGV therapy for more than a dozen years if you take a fight in flight internet on and stays on that's because the the states to switch in terms of SGB has been used for decades to treat conditions such as hot flashes migraines and other pain but many PTSD patients still need intensive psychiatric therapy and no one is calling it a magic bullet it gives you another platoon change your life and the more you work with that the more success will be CBS news medical correspondent Dr Karen a role of reporting it's not a favorite season for millions of people struggling to breathe in India's capital city CBS's Liz Palmer explains why the Indian government has closed schools introduced measures to cut traffic by half and told citizens to stay indoors Thaci Stadio Clancy things in front of you awesome fills new Delhi's there with tons of Phil smoke from burning crops on top of construction dust and car exhaust we have normal non smoker in India chest surgeon Dr Arvind Kumar says just reading in Delhi is equivalent to smoking twenty five cigarettes a day with catastrophic for we saw for ourselves earlier this year of the emergency ward delis National Institute for TV and respiratory disease eight hundred people line up every single day with lung problems tackling a crisis this Sirius's activist enemy Chowdhry needs radical thinking so where do you start it has to be multi sector across all sectors of pollution chemicals industries product launch raised burning construction activities.

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"sgv" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"sgv" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Have one more drink before I drive home probably okay I open the window to stay alert probably step out of the car please I probably made a mistake probably okay isn't okay when it comes to drinking and driving if you see a warning sign to stop and call a cab a caller friend bus driving is drunk driving a message brought to you by nets and the ad council on the C. B. S. news weekend roundup here's correspondent Steve Dorsey a new study finds girl to play soccer R. at nearly the same risk for concussions as boy used to play football it's an alarming trend now prompting some of women's soccer's top athletes to donate their brains to science soccer stars Megan Rapinoe Abby Wambach Michelle Akers and brandy chest pains pledged to donate their brains was sparked by concern over the long term impact of all those headers and collisions in June we spoke with retired World Cup winners Brandi Chastain ain and Michelle Akers I smashed into the back of her head so I broke well ordered a fracture and broke my nose in my teeth I did a lot of having a ball and a very probably so and very determined and very aggressive this new study looks at head trauma in high school sports boys football have the highest rate of concussion temper every ten thousand practices or games girls soccer was second at a rate of eight pretend thousand boys soccer had a much lower rate in the twenty sports studied girls had more than twice the rate of concussions as boys I had really bad headaches I've just been sleeping like a lot twelve year old a livia Hans got a concussion last month during a soccer game when she collided with another player and hit the ground Emily Lee is a living his mother we were worried because in this is severe it was considered a major concussion for girls heading the ball or colliding with another player with the main causes of concussions doctor Jason Cristo FIAC is a team doctor for a women's professional team we're still working with proper diagnosing and management of the concussion of concussions but we're also really trying to promote his awareness of prevention nobody knows my high school girls are so much more likely than the boys to get concussion from playing soccer but there are some theories one is that there are hormonal differences and another is that there are differences in the anatomy of the neck and a third theory is that the girls may be more likely to report symptoms of concussions so in the boys that maybe being under diagnosed Dr Jon with CBS news New York now to what's being called a breakthrough to treat PTSD this is like splitting water mowing the lawn you see the results right away one two three Dr Sean Mulvaney has treated an estimated one thousand patients with PTSD including medal of honor recipient Dakota Meyer we need to help them mmamania who's also a former navy seal first spoke to sixty minutes bill Whitaker in Annapolis Maryland earlier this year he now tells us the new SGV study is proof of what he's seen with his own eyes over the past ten years I think it's gonna help a lot of people producer suffering in the suffering to their families as well in the new study active duty military members with PTSD we're given two injections two weeks apart some with S. G. B. and others with a placebo those who got the SGB injection site twice as much improvement how do patients describing the effects of the treatment to you usually there's some form of I feel relaxed and calm in a way that I haven't for years I generally harmless anesthetic is injected deep into the knack affecting a set of nerves known as the stellate ganglion those nerves help control the brains fight or flight reactions often amplified in PTSD patients which can cause them to have trouble sleeping or become easily irritated and angry the SGB anesthetic appears to block those nerve impulses between the brain and the body and I'm going to inject a handful of veterans hospitals across the country already use S. G. B. it's also given on a limited basis to civilians including first responders survivors of childhood trauma and assault victims this entire time there's a very very fine god is that you were looking through and it really diminished your experience of being alive this woman who asked us not to use her name so she spent thirty five years reliving a brutal sexual assault by a neighbor she sought out a doctor in Chicago who was providing SGB treatment I started running and I couldn't quit and I said this stuff works her doctor Eugene Lee Bob has treated both military and civilian patients with SGB therapy for more than a dozen years if you take a fight in flight and turn it on and it stays on that's because the the states to switch in terms of SGB has been used for decades to treat conditions such as hot flashes migraines and other pain but many PTSD patients still need intensive psychiatric therapy and no one is calling it a magic bullet it gives you another platoon change your life and the more you work with that the more success will be CBS news medical correspondent Dr Karen a role of reporting it's not a favorite season for millions of people struggling to breathe in India's capital city CBS's Liz Palmer explains why the Indian government has closed schools introduced measures to cut traffic by half and told citizens to stay indoors it's actually scary you can see things in front of you awesome fills new Delhi's there with tons.

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"sgv" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"sgv" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"And collisions in June we spoke with retired World Cup winners brandy chess Dane and Michelle Akers I smashed into the back of her head so I broke mobile orbital fracture and broke my nose and my teeth I did a lot of having a ball and a very probably so and very determined and very aggressive this new study looks at head trauma in high school sports boys football have the highest rate of concussion temper every ten thousand practices or games girls soccer was second at a rate of eight per ten thousand boys soccer had a much lower rate in the twenty sports studied girls had more than twice the rate of concussions as boys I had really bad headaches I've just been sleeping like a lot twelve year old a livia Hans got a concussion last month during a soccer game when she collided with another player and hit the ground Emily Lee is a living his mother they are worried because it was severe it was considered a major concussion for girls heading the ball or colliding with another player with the main causes of concussions doctor Jason Cristo FIAC is a team doctor for a women's professional team we're still working with proper diagnosing and management of the concussion of concussions but we're also really trying to promote his awareness of prevention nobody knows my high school girls are so much more likely than the boys to get concussion from playing soccer but there are some theories one is that there are hormonal differences and another is that there are differences in the anatomy of the neck and a third theory is that the girls may be more likely to report symptoms of concussions so in the boys it maybe being under diagnosed Dr Jon Duke CBS news New York now to what's being called a breakthrough to treat PTSD this is like splitting water mowing the lawn you see the results right away one two three Dr Sean Mulvaney has treated an estimated one thousand patients with PTSD including medal of honor recipient Dakota Meyer we need to help them mal veiny who's also a former navy seal first spoke to sixty minutes bill Whitaker in Annapolis Maryland earlier this year he now tells us the new SGV study is proof of what he's seen with his own eyes over the past ten years I think it's gonna help a lot of people reduce their suffering and the suffering to their families as well in the new study active duty military members with PTSD we're given two injections two weeks apart some with S. G. B. and others with a placebo those who got the SGB injection site twice as much improvement how do patients describing the effects of the treatment to you usually there's some form of I feel relaxed and calm in a way that I haven't for years I generally harmless anesthetic is injected deep into the knack affecting a set of nerves known as the stellate ganglion those nerves help control the brains fight or flight reactions often amplified in PTSD patients which can cause them to have trouble sleeping or become easily irritated and angry the SGB anesthetic appears to block those nerve impulses between the brain and the body and I'm going to inject a handful of veterans hospitals across the country already use S. G. B. it's also given on a limited basis to civilians including first responders survivors of childhood trauma and assault victims this entire time there's a very very fine gauze that you were looking through and it really diminished your experience of being alive this woman who asked us not to use her name so she spent thirty five years reliving a brutal sexual assault by a neighbor she sought out a doctor in Chicago who was providing SGB treatment I started running and I couldn't quit and I said this stuff works her doctor Eugene Lee b'av has treated both military and civilian patients with SGV therapy for more than a dozen years if you take a fight in flight and turn it on and it stays on that's because the the states the switch in terms of SGB has been used for decades to treat conditions such as hot flashes migraines and other pain but many PTSD patients still need intensive psychiatric therapy and no one is calling it a magic bullet it gives you another platoon change your life and the more you work with that the more success will be CBS news medical correspondent Dr Karen a role of reporting it's not a favorite season for millions of people struggling to breathe in India's capital city CBS's Liz Palmer explains why the Indian government has closed schools introduced measures to cut traffic by half.

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"sgv" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"sgv" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Alarming trend now fronting some of women's soccer's top athletes to donate their brains to science soccer stars Megan Rapinoe Abby Wambach Michelle Akers and country number three home even though I'm leaving Old Dominion one man band do you Justin Bieber ten thousand hours this week's most popular music number three Madonna causing a commotion number one this week in nineteen eighty seven alone now at the conclusion of concussions bubble or also really trying to promote his awareness and prevention nobody knows my high school girls are so much more likely than the boys to get concussion from playing soccer but there are some theories one is that there are hormonal differences and another is that there are differences in the anatomy of the neck and a third theory is that the girls may be more likely to report symptoms of concussions so in the boys it maybe being under diagnosed Dr Jon Duke CBS news New York now to what's being called a breakthrough to treat PTSD this is like spitting water mowing the lawn you see the results right away one two after Shawn Mulvaney has treated an estimated one thousand patients with PTSD including medal of honor recipient Dakota Meyer we need to help them mall veiny who's also a former navy seal first spoke to sixty minutes bill Whitaker in Annapolis Maryland earlier this year he now tells us the new SGV study is proof of what he's seen with his own eyes over the past ten years I think it's going to help a lot of people producer suffering in the suffering to their families as well in the new study active duty military members with PTSD we're given two injections two weeks apart some with S. G. B. and others with a placebo those who got the SGB injection site twice as much improvement how do patients describing the effects of the treatment to you usually there's some form of I feel relaxed and calm in a way that I haven't for years I generally harmless anesthetic is injected deep into the knack affecting a set of nerves known as the stellate ganglion those nerves help control the brains fight or flight reactions often amplified.

"sgv" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"sgv" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Treat posttraumatic stress disorder according to the report of drug injection treatment on S. S. G. B. helped reduce symptoms significantly this is like splitting water mowing the lawn you see the results right away one two after Shawn Mulvaney has treated an estimated one thousand patients with PTSD including medal of honor recipient Dakota Meyer we need to help them mal veiny who's also a former navy seal first spoke to sixty minutes bill Whitaker in Annapolis Maryland earlier this year he now tells us the new SGV study is proof of what he's seen with his own eyes over the past ten years I think it's going to help a lot of people producer suffering in the suffering to their families as well in the new study active duty military members with PTSD we're given two injections two weeks apart some with S. G. B. and others with a placebo their symptoms were monitored for eight weeks those who got the SGB injections are twice as much improvement how do patients describing the effects of the treatment to you usually there's some form of I feel relaxed and calm in a way that I haven't for years the S. G. B. procedure works like this I generally harmless anesthetic is injected deep into the knack affecting a set of nerves known as the stellate ganglion those nerves help control the brains fight or flight reactions often amplified in PTSD patients which can cause them to have trouble sleeping or become easily irritated and angry the SGB anesthetic appears to block those nerve impulses between the brain and the body and I'm going to inject a handful of veterans hospitals across the country already use S. G. B. it's also given on a limited basis to civilians including first responders survivors of childhood trauma and assault victims this entire time there's a very very fine laws that you were looking through and it really diminished your experience of being alive this woman who asked us not to use her name so she spent thirty five years reliving a brutal sexual assault by a neighbor after seeing the sixty minutes report over the summer she sought out a doctor in Chicago who was providing SGB treatment she says it changed her life I started running and I couldn't quit and I said this stuff works her doctor Eugene Lee b'av has treated both military and civilian patients with SGV therapy for more than a dozen years if you take a.

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"sgv" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"sgv" Discussed on KCRW

"Former editor of lucky peach magazine I wanted to find out what it was like to eat with Jonathan it was the best who is the thing that unlocked LA for me how did you meet him it was like a con I proposed a story about the state of American cuisine for the fourth issue of lucky peach and I used our mutual friend Robert seats as the Trojan horse to get into Jonathan's life but in between seats man I we proposition Jonathan to meet us in Kansas city and retrace the steps of Calvin Trillin from that epic influential pieces he wrote in the late sixties and published in the early seventies that I think kind of defined the kind of an American food writing the Jonathan and Robert did but it was all just a cheap set up so that I could try to become friends with Jonathan because I wasn't and I really wanted to be describe what would happen when you would go out to dinner with him did you meet him at the restaurants or did he come and get you she always came and got me so he would usually come and pick me up at my hotel in his truck and would drop me off in the truck and sometimes that meant driving from Pasadena to create a town where I was staying to go to dinner in the SGV and then he would drop me off in Korea town before driving back to Pasadena and sometimes I would be in Westwood doing UCLA thing but it was always it always involve the truck and it always involves time in it and what I would bring friends from New York on dinners with him when you're when they're in town or if I brought into the nose along to meet him who had met him they would always be like oh yeah was taken to bring get it you know meet you there and I'm like no no that's not that's not the way it works with Jonathan he picks you up in the trucking you ride in the truck because that's part of the experience so what was the conversation like in the track do you remember any particular ones in the beginning of your of friendship that kind of blew your mind I mean Johnson had the slow roll ability to blow your mind on any number of topics he could speak very slowly and it would trouble you every once in awhile that you would think that he wasn't finding whatever you were bringing up or your response whatever he had brought up interesting but I think the thing I wanted to do overtime was to tune into the frequency the John thing communicated on the thing that always amazes me is that he could be cogent and intelligent and composed on any topic at any time he just took the time he needed to do it so I think something found him like quieter wondered if he was standoffish sure you know if he was reserved but I think most of the time he was just thinking and then saying smarter things than the rest of us yeah is there anything else you want to share you know decide owes the taco chain there now I didn't know anything about it you know maybe they just opened their second or third location when we went to it but we when Ginny was explained the whole concept of he's out of tacos which is new to me because I'm from New York and our talk of culture is weak and I saw the toreador and he said how spicy it was and I'm like whatever let's get one we can handle it you know you and me who chose sorry out us or something you always see as a garnish at decent Dockery is I mean both here and in Mexico here's the same thing except they use Serrano's instead of the hall pay news you typically see and they throw in some habanero is just for fun and they put habanero sauce on it so you were dealing with a taco that is just pure burning fire sat down with all the other talk his first and we each took a bite of that I think it's from the toreador and within seconds both of us were you know convulsed with tears I mean chest streaming down my face my nose is running like full five alarm fire going on and the counter crews who would then pretty chill about our arrival at that point to started laughing because obviously the new Johnson was there enough you know placards with his name paste up on the wall and they gave us these tiny little glasses of milk and I know it's just something I'm I woke up thinking about the other night was sitting at a table Jonathan both of us like bawling our eyes out drinking little glasses of milk eating tacos and it was the you know the sort of experience that you could always end up with and you know with him having and and and.

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"sgv" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"sgv" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Are I in the sky is taking out delays on both the five in one seventy out of Sun Valley into the Newhall pass. It's two minutes away. It's five fifty three Alhambra Pasadena south Pasadena expressing concern over plans to ease traffic in the area where the seven ten freeway was supposed to extend they tell metro in a letter the project focuses too much on cars, Wes Reutemann with active SGV advocates for alternative transportation. He tells k next the concern is that plans could actually make traffic worse streets aren't highways. People use them to to walk and use public transit get to school kid around town. So the approach has to be different uses. Improving bus routes may be making bus transportation free for students to get some cars off the streets. Metro says only projects that can produce traffic are being considered. It's his bicycle lanes. Could be a part of those plans. It's happened. Again, the championship women's collegiate basketball team, the Baylor lady bears visited the White House today and they were treated to above Ahah fast food, Wendy's McDonalds and Burger King the president praised the teams one point win over Notre Dame in the title game a championship game. We'll go down as one of the greatest the history of women's college. Best what you say that I think right supposedly one of the greatest games over the tradition of serving fast food, his favorite grub started. When Clinton visited the White House during the. Government shutdown in January, President Trump said at the time, I would think that's their favorite food. There's a new study that finds anxiety by students on college campuses through the roof for the UC Berkeley, professor behind the research. The findings were very surprising was in fact, the title of professor Richard chef learned his teams examination of college students wellbeing disorder on college campuses, the new epidemic college administrators via where what's happening on the campus. And some of them are I don't think they understand that degree of things I disorder that these numbers suggests he says college students are growing more anxious in large part because of financial uncertainty, but also because of social media the study shows students between the ages of eighteen and twenty six diagnosed with or treated for anxiety disorder when from ten percent in two thousand eight to twenty percent in two thousand sixteen. Chris Edens, KNX ten seventy.

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"sgv" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"sgv" Discussed on 790 KABC

"So for them, you know, we've been we've been working as a joint agencies with the department of public health with the four other vector control agencies in Los Angeles County, we've met and discussed some some intervention strategies and a lot of those have to do with with preventing flea bites themselves. Let's focus on on the vector itself. And that's the flea wearing another repellent products and keeping missed about fleas from jumping on you, inviting you infecting you is the number one barrier for especially for the for the homeless populations that cleanup effort where we removing the trash where we're sending the vegetation and then doing active rodent control in areas that have higher populations is absolutely critical to breaking that disease. Transmission, that's exactly right. That's the piece that they're not doing and seemingly ignoring as though it's just. Just don't need to do that anymore civilization doesn't need that. We've outgrown that. Really? Okay. Alright. Jared. Thank you so much their website where people can go to it s GV SGV. Mosquito dot org. That's correct, sir. Okay. We'll look for either. Thank you so much. Thank you. I appreciate it. Eight hundred two two two five to two is a phone number. We are going to get into it with civil rights. Civil defense attorney Brian clay poise representing your family. They murdered a two year old in a he's taking issue with the protective services and the failure. There were also going to get into it regarding the Michael Jackson documentary. See that yesterday. I didn't see it. But I've been reading up on it, and what they've been claiming all my house. We're talking about it. Eight hundred two two five two two two. That's and I'm Dr drew midday live.

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"sgv" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"sgv" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"Dr Martin Luther King are twenty year theme is then. And now, I think that you should give people your website because you have a lot of information that people can get if you didn't if you're driving right now and your next chance to write it down. What's the website? Yes. So you can you can find all the information about the event the vendors of the sponsors all the pieces that we have at SGV in NAACP dot net. So that's SGV in a. C p dot net. There you go. So you guys can go on there. And you know, the company Entercom that owns all the stations that we are on and stuff for so committed to doing stuff in the community. And so I was telling them about it. They're just as excited as I am as far as coming on supporting you guys, so everybody at all the stations say, hey, thank you guys for asking us to be a part of it. Well, we thank you. We appreciate it. And we're glad to have you. We're looking forward to it. And we're honored to have your organization's support us as well. This has been Greg MAC for open line, and I've been talking to TJ Campbell of the San Gabriel valley branch of the ACP. Thank you. Corruption in LA's city hall. The FBI.

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"sgv" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"sgv" Discussed on High and Mighty

"I'm often okay with it. You know what I mean? Because like even a nasty meet flavor is a flavor. I like ripe is about the point of the animal where I stop. Yeah, I'll eat. Asshole the snow. I don't care, but we did a pig roast one, fourth of July and Cape Cod with some friends and I, they were like, it was just cooking all day long spraying down with apple, cider, vinegar, whatever. And I was like. Do we eat the face? And they were like, yeah, cheeks, which wasn't, I'm like, oh, fuck you. Grab the chiefs. I'm like, what about the eyeballs? And they're like, I don't know about the balls. I'll find out like eight pigs, almost every animals, the best cheek valley. Good. I've had pig years. Multiple, oh, salmon cheeks, especially if your fish. I'm not. No, they're not. No. You say hindsight is ten. It's not good, but you know, pig your animal, John Vinnie of those guys do rate pig year where they chop it up with chili lime and egg and all, and so. Fucking good. Do you guys have cokes that are doing stuff that you really enjoy or do you have like in l. a. or about or or food trends that are popping off right now that you really like? I'm. Staunchly anti food trend are. I don't love. I've as I've gotten more into it. There's like, you don't gentrification of low quality meals. I know I, I don't. Basically, I don't like that. If you're watching like, say you're watching some show like mine of shafir something and you'll see like someone's like green, strawberries, this. This is like my best example. Then you'll see how in everyone else. If you follow the, they're all just using the same thing, right? What the it's like a weird echo chamber should. I don't love that being said, there's people doing great work like in LA, especially I think LA's the best place to eat in the world right now. And it seems like and I lived in New York before this, and it seems like LA's just like there's, I mean, and maybe it's because twenty eighteen is a very good time to eat major cities period because we were just in New York, and I was like, here's the deal, the pizza, here's better. Yes, given overall, I'm not seeing as much great food on the street when I'm walking around as I am in l. a. like LA's foods, crazy. I think I have to agree and I'm like, we'll get my New York card taking away something trouble. Yeah, I would be in hot water even with my wife. I just think I just think that there's just more options out here and it just, I mean, more options of types of food. I think in New York, I think you can in New York. Every neighborhood has a decent every like you're within walking distance. No matter where you live of Indian place, Johnson Thai place, pretty good pizza place, decent Mexican place. All within four blocks, which I think makes you believe that New York is get whatever I want within a mile radius. But then like l. a. it's not a great Indian spike walk to, but there's so many fucking fire spots. Yeah, guy. We have like it's a, we're just big enough to where these communities start here and they can kind of work within themselves to like push up really great stuff but still close enough that those things can intersperse New York. They're all kind of right on top exact and also like we have like we have. I'm going to say we have an influence of Asian cuisine that while New York does have the standard New York Chinese food? Yeah, we have. We have Korean that's way better. And when it comes to Chinese food, if you got to the sangre, we'll Holly holy shit. I was about to say, I've eaten at l. e. Zine and Chengdu tastes chain to taste. The first time I went with Phil Rosenthal. Namedrop. Yeah. You went with frigging. Got a may show good toothpick lamb toothpick lamb the data noodles, Mapo tofu and the green bean. Oh, they were all all those plus the big poor cock o' fucking awesome. Yeah, it's no, I'm like, well, this doesn't exist anywhere in the world driving the SGV where there's like those five, ten restaurants on that one road and you're like, this doesn't exist anywhere. It seems crazy..

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"sgv" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"sgv" Discussed on Short Story Long

"Right yeah i think the thing is is a lot of the things we don't like about ourselves and other people in general are all reactions to fear and insecurity you know and i think like you know i know the best date i ever went on what was we're her you know what i mean and like what it was is very simple somebody made you feel understood and made you feel safe enough to like be yourself and reveal who you are without any of the like insecurities chip on your shoulder you know when you find somebody that brings out the best in you it makes you comfortable who you are like that's that's it yeah knew that you know that difference i'm guessing and i have a fiance or wife but i'm guessing you just feel it yeah yeah yeah where can people find you what do people look out for like where do you want to send you want my address no i wonder wear downtown you live where do you like to eat dinner nah man i mean i'm i'm about house far east plaza in chinatown in l a and you want to expand yeah we're going to expand we also got bowel house on fourteenth street in new york you know instagram mr eddy wong at like you know if you downs how if you in the sgv if you're in brooklyn you downtown new york or you're gonna find me yeah you know and hopefully amazingness these into your hopefully amazing this season two for those of you who don't know eddie in iowa are on a tv show together y'all on mtv and i think we'll be coming back soon yet hopefully here we don't really know me get robbed back let's get the official date.

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"sgv" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"sgv" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The justices trying to understand how the two types of cases fit in with one another and how they could articulate a principle that wouldn't come back to the bite them in later case the most wellknown case this term has to be the masterpiece cake case it's even been in some sitcoms they've been doing references to it so tell us about that case a little bit and where you think that might end up so masterpiece cake shop is the case about the wedding where the baker doesn't want to have to make a custom wedding cake for a gay couple to use at their wedding that the case is actually being argued as a first amendment religion case and a first amendment speech case this luther general argued it at the speech case arguing that the colorado civil rights law which forbids commercial enterprises from discriminating on the basis of sexual orientation forces the baker to engage in compelled speech by baking a cake which the sgv's is expected activity and in that way violates the first amendment but another claim in the case sees the purported first amendment violation is one of religious liberty and argues that the violation is of baker's religious liberty rights and at oral argument justice kennedy in particular interestingly enough seemed interested in the religious liberty angle and pointed to a state and by a particular commissioner that had said while religion was used as an excuse for some of the violence in the world and he viewed that argument or that statement as evidence that the commission was discriminating against the baker on grounds of religion but masterpiece cake shop technically also presents as a first amendment compelled speech case and the grounds on which the solicitor general argued it do you have any idea which way the court will go on that thank you it's gonna be five four i am okay predicting that if i had to guess it will be a five four reversing or possibly vacating i ruling for the baker's perhaps on that narrow religious liberty ground and remanding it without deciding the broader questions of compelled speech or even a general religious liberty claims where there is an evidence of perhaps the commissioner revealing some sort of anti religion bias.

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"sgv" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"sgv" Discussed on WGTK

"Moral vapid miss of the secular west uh it envy retired electrical response to evil at well i was born in hungary and we fled the communists and as i grew up it became extraordinary uh how bitter people were about us in vietnam and couldn't be bothered by the soviet attack on hungary that's correct evident moral selectivity but the truth of these people were they were not postsoviet they were anti american that's right through which side with whoever side or is going to be antiamerican same with the lustre saute should with the islamists in a liked his limousine it is a continuity in adjusts jesse interesting yes it is annuity is that uh they in venture reasons why it is legitimate for the muslims say hate the united states that's right and they did the same thing with soviet should remember old enough to remember the communist regime in point now we left the i was only about a year old grin deep curve sgv afterwards but we live to see my parents tables they admit it all and if they tell details he has waited anxiously to what we flip the vienna who was a story we went enough we have to get on a rubber rafts in the middle of the night with these six years six months old my sister lebanese eleven years old searchlights on the water and get across uh the danube it was quite a tale of my father had to get out because uh his politics for both antinazi and anticommunists so he's the one of the few men who spent time both whom german concentration camp in the gulag well let's let's quite a curriculum vitae quite a reservoirs which actually a fairly proud of its i'm sure in some way amendments he deserves to be in some way so good i of the law in light of that i was not a liked being spontaneous with you in light of that and your background very curious for you to react when we come back to george soros get your thoughts on that speaking to the uniquely wellversed ban in international affairs george friedman who people subscribe to his intelligence reports there at geo political cultures dot com or tisco while all.

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"sgv" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"sgv" Discussed on WINS 1010

"The rally acura sports desk here's markaba letting dan kathleen sport sponsored by adt well after getting torn apart by a makeshift jain offense to the tune of twenty nine points last week eagles defense responded they forced five turnovers all in the second half and they're able escaped the raiders nineteen to ten jake elliott nailed a 48yard field goal with twenty two seconds remaining to snap eternal tie and dark barnett took a fumble 23 yards in a botched lateral for the final margin billy officially clinches the top spot in hope you'll advantage throughout the playoffs we while the steelers to care of able of all the texans thirty four six ensuring at least first round bout by in the post season is really to sign of a of a world championship caliber group you know you got to have guys that are capable of delivering we we live by words such as the standard is the standard and so there's not just words head coach mike tomlin ben roberts burke repair touchdown passes pittsburgh those of shantou one seat he to victory next week coupled with a patriot loss for the next on chris mrs they thought to the sixers 105 ninety eight at the garden we missed layup say challenge a layup and ruddock runs down a corner threes so that's that's the type of opportunities you need to win on the road and they they did a jeff hornacek and immense geagea while impede at twenty five and sixteen rebounds jj redick at a twenty four and has cancer did his party poured in thirty one along with pulling down 22 boards kristaps porzingis had 22 points but confined to shot six of nineteen and he felt this team really struggled in philly turned up the heat was close name um the issue for us to execute from there's a lot of pressure on us and there's something we need to give mitterand from sgv straight loss for the next on christmas day and they now at the road for sixteen that the next.

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