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"sara ganim" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

06:31 min | 11 months ago

"sara ganim" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"In fact an interesting thing that happened is the pivot is well. Lebron got an answer for what adam said just like okay so the the skating batum continues the layers to this that i found interesting and there were a number of them. I'm interested in how lebron and mave carter who are building an empire that is going to echo beyond basketball. A media powerhouse. That guy saying that thing while at the epicenter of that team. I'm curious how that one land with. What do you mean your exhausted by black lives matter. Like what the hell do you even mean. That's one layer of it. But the other layer that i found interesting is oh. That's how the access works. But the access isn't real matt sullivan's given you real access. The other axis is the access that lebron his media empire wants you to have. And so i've found matt sullivan saying the specifics of these basketball writers don't cover this sport right. These basketball writers don't actually have the access to give you the truth. I found that to be interesting even as someone who has spent thirty years in this business. But doesn't that go back before this era way. Back to michael jordan freezing out sports illustrated forever because of a cover that they did that. He didn't approve of right. And our friend. Michael wilbon with the hall of fame career but a lot of that. Those beginnings were and his proximity michael jordan and his access to michael jordan. But also a very toothless. You know there weren't any really deep dives or made fun of wilpon. Frontiers for being. He'll never say a negative syllable about michael right. But that's i guess my point. Is you know this isn't something of this new era of the basketball journals. Don't do it i. i think that's kind of been the story in sports. And that's why the people who do right critically in depth behind the scenes and with With level access are usually people were writing books and not covering it on a day to day. That's what makes ethan strauss's book the victory machine so interesting because he was a guy who cover the team day to day and then wrote a book about it based on his access on a day to day but rather than reporting it along the way he just saved it all and wrote it in a book. Sam smith wrote a book about michael jordan as it beat writer as well and a mean is right when he says that an and michael jordan viewed it as a great betrayal that one of the beat writers had written something. That had some unvarnished truth in it. Mike did you find any of that interesting. The the there were a number of things interesting in what it is. That matt sullivan. I think the most interesting thing for me is news. Who's matt sullivan is learning burst. Onto the scene. With the scoops on scoops and finding out exactly how easy it was. I think we even discuss it and what went out. It's like is this real like this all seems too good to be true to rant in deny any of it you've noticed that none of it's not a word has been denied. It has to be reputable because the stuff that's been out for weeks would have already been categorically denied and no one is doing that to matt sullivan. So it's it's just a fascinating announcement to everybody in the sports media. Industry that Holy shit pal. This is an amazing book. Chock full of scoops. I am curious. I'm asking the audiences. Because i know the audience gets tired of me. Doing south beach sessions. Asking howard brian about the decay of journalism and i know that journalists no one finds journalists more interesting than journalist. So i get white is that you guys would tap out when i go down some of these paths. But when i tell you that what you're watching on. Espn is infomercials to get you to the games that all of the programming is infomercials. That get you to the games. And when i tell you that the glory days of espn while it had journalist dick conflicts with its league partners. They were aspiring to do journalism. And then i tell you they meet that moment the other day in the first voice you hear on behalf of the company is kendrick perkins. After rachel nichols apologizes further. Tell you hey everyone that you think is an authority in that sport on the team of this time. Didn't tell you what matt sullivan just told you in paragraph after paragraph about what that team actually is and just how much kevin durant and kyrie irving run the whole place because of course they do because you have to give the keys to the kingdom over and you know who notices this. Aaron rodgers aaron rodgers. Look at this and it's like just. I'm gonna leave now because look at look at what they're doing across sports. They have to in basketball. Give the power to the guys who were the economies and are underpaid because there's a salary cap and so the greatest mutation of that in our lifetime of the super team and the player empowerment. Is this team where the nets have just said. You know what you guys run it. But i also find fascinating. You're not seeing any of that unless you read it in a guys book that we haven't heard of as a whole lot of people feed on this trough as information people who aren't giving you the real an actual information. I've found that fascinating as a journalist. But i don't blame the audience if they're like ho- home i don't i don't care it doesn't it doesn't matter to me. I just want to consume the empty calories. I don't care if the information is biased. I don't care if it's inaccurate. I don't care if it's trading or compromised. Just give me information. However it is that you get the information. Even if you have to lean against lebron's advisor who's exhausted by the black lives matter movement and me to last journalists. That person seen like that was it. Sara ganim with the penn state scandal. But i think you can understand how she came across at story. This is a story available to loge. Reputable basketball insiders with. Has you said a team that defines possibly era basketball given the sars that they have on the team matt sullivan sullivan of them. Yes that's excellent. How about that for just where we arrived where you see on one side. Hey worldwide leader in sports. What's missing over here. Just a dude who asked.

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"sara ganim" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"sara ganim" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"But they're in the wrong pew. Their narrative is. This is a crazy narrative. Joe paterno. I'm paraphrasing basically just forgot. The jerry sandusky was a pedophile. Now how how. I have no idea But but that's the basic narrative is still somewhat protective of paternal. In that he just he just didn't remember that oh yeah jerry's that pedophile that. I protected all those years ago. People forget one. But what's funny to me about that. Narrative john other than its inherent. Absurdity is i actually believe the opposite is close to what happened. Here i think joe paternal the jerry wasn't a pedophile that he he lost confidence. In having known jerry was that he was a goofball who loved kids and had boundary issues and was naive because it has been eleven twelve years since they've worked together now eighty four years old and he basically just he loses confidence in his own memory and he loses confidence in his his memory of jerry. Sandusky was and he's got scott whispering in his ear and the prosecution is clearly very invested in and they may meet that's all the absurdities. This the idea that joe paterno gets destroyed. Not just because it didn't do anything wrong. That's number one. But at the beginning of this he's prosecution hero because they need him to be a prosecution here on the first article. I can't say this enough. I article about jumper on all this. By sara ganim the woman. Who would win the pulitzer prize others. She didn't deserve it for having broken the story. Because you got a league from the attorney general's office for more victims. Basically what happened but that first article. The headline is joe paternal praised for his handling of sex abuse. Suspicions involving jerry sandusky and it's from an attorney general source that's the basis of the article. Now you've got the attorney. General's office and sara ganim right in the story. Saying joe is a hero. Joe's on the right side here. That was an inch away from being the narrative john but that narrative didn't sell that in my opinion when this story breaks over that weekend the first full weekend in november. Two thousand eleven. I think they're a bit shocked that it's not getting that much traction. It's getting interest but it's not a huge deal. They mean this to be a huge deal with changed. Wasn't it when curley and schultz were indicted and then there was the press conference and who was like the i forget the title but noonan who comes out and says ask him is joe paterno culpable essentially not a direct quote. But and. he said that he should have done more. There's there's more he could have done moral culpability as opposed to legal. And that's when they basically you know. Drove joe paterno under the bus. And it's and that's throwing gas basically. They've got this little fire here and they're looking looking at their fire. going well. boy expected a bigger fire than this We need some gasoline on this fire. While the best gasoline they add for the news media was joe paterno being morally culpable and now all of a sudden and And in explodes in a in a massive massive. Way i i. There's so many moments that led us down the wrong path here but I mean i even believe the timing of this was so key in and by the way the timing of this. There's a lot of evidence got moved up. Maybe because they understood how important the timing was. I believe if jerry sandusky had gotten indicted that next weekend when it was originally scheduled that we're gonna the final home game against the brassica. I believe none of this happens. Because i believe that joe paterno gets his last home game they sell. You celebrate four nine and now there's no more home games okay. The fact that there was a home game that next weekend on. Espn was so keyed this because there was no ability to stall for time. Espn was on this quantity four seven in an incredibly slow sportsweek where the nba was on. Strike baseball adjust ended. No one cares about hockey or college. Basketball started yet. So there's nothing going on in november a rating sweeps month back then and so this is gold and so espn. Now there's a pressure point you can't turn on the sidelines in game is gonna be a celebration of pedophilia. Protector can't do this. You're listening to the heartland. The radio network lie at hartland. Newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram..

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"sara ganim" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"sara ganim" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And i don't have the answer to that. I mean i can tell you this. I mean let's just look at the at the facts and people can draw their own conclusions. So you've got scott paternal clearly becomes best in the idea of juries dusky of guilty before anybody else. It within the inner circle. There's no question about that right. Well scott remember what is scott. Fraternals job scott. Paternalist job is a republican. Lobbyists in harrisburg This is a republican. Administration is a new republican administration. At this time tom. Corbett has governor. The he was the former. Ag when this investigation began. This is a republican investigation. So it is clearly in scott's best interest to not do anything to disrupt this investigation right. So so who is with joe paterno before his grand jury testimony. Scott is there enough scotus tweeted and this is very interesting. You know there is a joe paterno interview. He gave before his grand jury desmond so he on a day is his grand jury testimony before he gives the testimony. There's an interview with. I believe prosecutors and police and scott paterno was there. Be description of that interview says nothing about sex no sexual nature. Nothing at all. Scott has tweeted that the first time he ever heard the term sex related to the conversation to query and paternal was what in prosecutors told joe as they were leaving that meeting it that's again a paraphrase but that's that's that's my perception of what scott tweeted so we so we have scott himself implying that prosecutors may have been planted in joe's mine. You know joe. This was a sexual nature right. Just so we're clear on that. And then joe says exactly. That in is very brief and rather vague grand jury testimony but to me the part where scott paternal clearly plays the biggest role over what joe says here and this is a story. I broke which no-one picked it up because it's me and i'm toxic and this was counter intuitive at the time because it seemed like it was a bad set of facts for joe paterno but people don't know the meaning never bothered report this again because i'm the one that broke it. The last person effectively they interview before they arrest. Jerry sandusky you know they they do that in november two thousand eleven in october of two thousand eleven they interview joe paterno one more time. They do it at his house. And who's he wears scott but it's it's just him scott and the investigators and the reason. Why in my very strong opinion. John they do. This is because they're looking at is vague. Shore grand jury testimony and i. Are we really going to hang all of this. On a phrase from joe paternal as powerful and his trusted as he is if we arrest jerry sandusky and start to try to create this firestorm and joe comes out and says wide. I remember telling me that the whole thing's going to blow apart they need joe paternal locked down and that second interview with scott being the only guy there with him in his house they do. They lock joe paterno down into a far more precise and declared a backing of mike macquarie's version of the story. And i would submit. Then you know opportunity. Was there motive. Was there for scott paternal and my way might not even been on purpose. It could've just been by us. Just you know the culture the of of clearly a year. I'm sure they had many conversations about this. Where scott is giving the message to joe. We've got a back mike. We've got back. Might we've got about backup. Mike and joe is low to his guys might quarterback for him. He had been an assistant coach for him and in fact in the last years of coaching. If you look at you can google pictures of your for yourself. Use numerous pictures of joe using might as the last guy of the sideline that was no paying attention to him. The get a message into the offense. He was his eyes and ears. Those last couple of years for sure right exactly and that's important because you know if you're eighty four year old man and you're confused and you don't remember what someone told you ten years eleven years before whatever. It was at that time. I i don't think it's a stretch especially when your son's talent we got back this guy. What are you gonna do that. Joe paternal instincts is going to be back his guy especially by the way. I do believe this is a factor you know. Joe was a republican himself so the prosecutor you know. Republicans tend to be pro prosecution. I used to be pro prosecution. All the diamonds i got into the baldness case. I mean So it's it's it's. It's a natural inclination. The joe is going to go okay. I don't i miss my interpretation. Joe's going. I don't remember this but everyone's telling me it happens. It's it it must be right. I can't believe it is. I'm gonna do. What i think is right and i'm gonna back mike macquarie's so in that second interview. That's what happens but i would submit it if that was really. Joe knew that to be true. Then why on his deathbed is he saying this. Find out what the truth is. Because that's not a guy who feels confident that he knows what the hell happened point and it doesn't make any sense to me and you know the the hbo movie starring al pacino as as joe paterno. I haven't watched it. Don't bother. I give i can. But but it. But it's funny to me. John i have been able to In looking at what the other side is put forward in all this. Whether it's aaron fisher's book or sara ganim is reporting or the documentary happy valley or the. Hbo movie paternal you. Can you can actually discern the the problems with that narrative from their own presentations and the paternal movie on hbo. It's funny there in the right church..

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"sara ganim" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"sara ganim" Discussed on WJR 760

"Ordered way. Had people that came here with holes flies and they re upped their supplies. They went to different parts of the city. So we think there was a mix of people here, but certainly people here who do this type of protest professional Wait. We've seen some of these tactics before so way know that they were among the growths here. I? I assume she's speaking of Berkeley and Portland. Why won't she say them? Called them by name? Called the answer by name. Yeah. I think it's really hard for people to define. You know, they're not organized there. They tend to be small groups that sometimes even don't agree on a basic level with each other from city to city or within a city group to group you know, they're not there now. Isn't there another way of saying other than they're really not that well organized Um, they're not that well funded there. They tend to be. You know, people who maybe are looking for Ah, place and have found that this may work for them on DH, So I think it's hard to then call a group. By a name that is, you know, not so loosely organized that it's hard to group people together, and that's just my perspective on how someone meant view this I think that some of it may be partisan. The because Trump and bar are naming them that maybe they think it's on the other side of the aisle. It's bad form. I have no idea, but we saw the Lincoln Memorial to face ST John's church burned. In D. C. The World War two Memorial two faced What is there? What is their worldview? And how do you fight back Because they are so elusive. Yeah, That's a really good question. And I think that the When I talked to people in this group, they all have a slightly different view. They all have a slightly different goal. Ah, lot of it is left of left so that they have in common and beyond that, when it comes to tactics when it comes to platform when it comes to gold. They're all very different. You've got some people who are flat out anarchists like they any any establishment any sort of government. This is why they hadn't done the target businesses and banks. There, there against that. That's you know, that's the man. And then you've got folks who are just like looking for a way to voice and maybe don't agree with the violence but also haven't Do it up, do it either and are engaging in it when it when, when, When it's opportunistic, I would say, I think you know, I have interviewed a lot of young people in this movement. They go out to a protest. And everybody around him is doing it and they're sort of swept up in that I interviewed Ah Young of youngster, an 18 year old who went to inauguration and you couldn't even muster together in a black clothing to really call it black bloc, But he went To the inauguration and got swept up in a violent group and, you know, got arrested and and could you call him? Auntie thought, you know it's like it's incredibly difficult to define it and the way that I think that that is not so much as a group. But as Ah, a tactic rate like it's you know, it's what we see on the street. And then we say, OK, it has turned violent. We call that anti phobic, but having said they don't have a set of platform that's hard. To define that well, and all of those things that you have mentioned makes it clear how difficulty it is going to be to fight them that racketeering laws organized crime tactics. Even domestic terrorism tactics may not work here because there's no centralized leadership. Sara Ganim, Thank you so much for your time and your expertise. We sure appreciate it come back and visit. Of course, I.

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"sara ganim" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"sara ganim" Discussed on WJR 760

"And believe me, our investigation of the group that is instigating. This is not over. It is very intense. We understand what's coming. We also understand. God that if we allow these groups to gather after dark, we will suffer the same fate. As other cities. Other cities did not issue the curfew was early. They did not respond as a forcefully as a city of Detroit it and they had much worse nights, but he asked. He hinted there that they're looking into who might be behind this, and we talked with Mayor Duggan earlier. They're not giving up what they have learned through those investigations, At least not yet. Others have said. It's antifa. So we reached out to Sara Ganim. She's a longtime journalists did a long for peace with CNN called unmasking the leftist Antifa movement. She joins us live this afternoon, Sarah. It's good to have you here. I understand. You were born in Detroit. I wass. Thank you so much for having me It's always a pleasure to talk. Ah, Teo and fellow journalists in my town of my birth and where I spent, you know, a formidable years. Good. Well here. Here's the thing. I don't know what if you've been following what happened here, but Roughly 75% of the arrests over the last three nights were people that were from the suburbs are out of state. We saw distribution of railroad spikes, bricks and those supplies were resupplied M 80 firecrackers. These people refused to give reporters their names. When they were questioned. Traditional black activist try to intercede they were ignored or threatened. Some wore black face coverings, black face coverings. Who do you think is hijacking the protest here in Detroit based on your experience? Well, you know, I have to say it's very difficult and that's like that's been the thing that has prompted the reporting knighted but also has been dogging people who are asking Which is who are the people behind these protests behind these masks? The whole entire image hinges on anonymity. They don't want people to know who they are exactly and part of that. And they admit that, by the way that is part of their platform is being anonymous, remaining anonymous, covering their faces will before a time when that was the norm. And, you know, part of that is because a lot of the tactics used our criminal on but but then, and and I've interviewed people who have been part of this movement for a long time. We'll say like, Yeah, we admit we do not were hiding from cameras were hiding from police were hiding from the media. We don't We don't want them to know who we are. Because some of their tactics are nontraditional. Andi. They also say that this comes from a movement where they're going, They believe they're going further than Traditional law enforcement will go to count her movement on the other side, a movement of white supremacy that they believe are also engaging in similar tactics. So the idea that from their point of view is that they're meeting the violence with violence. They're meeting the anonymity with anonymity. And they're trying to rectify that doesn't lead. In a lot of these cases to violence, and we've seen that over and over and over again going back decades, And in more recent history, you contract that backto a lot of these major protest movement. But a lot of your colleagues and my former colleagues that were on the ground during these. The civil disruptions last three nights have not reported seeing the tiki torches or the swastikas. Or the screwdriver, T shirts or that you know the the all right white supremacist signatures that we normally look for. Are. These is antifa, maybe changing its tactics here. I think what works against them with their narrative, which they say is altruistic, Great, But what works against them is that this aspect of violence is really visible. And until they sort of remedy that and decide what kind of Tactics. They're going to use that kind of group. They're going to be that's going to continue to hurt their image. Whether or not you know their intentions as a as a group or some of their intentions are good. I will say that when you talk to people on the other side of the people that they're supposed fighting The's tactics do seem to be working against groups, white supremacist groups. It's when you see violence against establishments and you know people who are who are clearly not in the street ready for a fight. That's where I think their message clearly going to ask you, and that does not Bring people in the center over to their point of view. It works against them, but I think there's a group. They've made a calculation that they believe that it works well enough for them that they're going to continue to do this. What I find interesting, though, is that I mean, the president Eiji Bar have called out Antifa by name, but others air speaking about them. Almost euphemistically. I want you to listen to what A mayor Muriel Bowser answered in a question from Craig Melvin on this morning's Today Shall cut three. Please. Mike usually.

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"sara ganim" Discussed on Sobre Actuando

Sobre Actuando

11:53 min | 2 years ago

"sara ganim" Discussed on Sobre Actuando

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"sara ganim" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

12:19 min | 2 years ago

"sara ganim" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"Well I got diagnosed with sleep apnea well. I got this while I got that and so I I've heard it in. I heard the mentioning it. The there's this part of me. It's in a rational part of me. That is like when I went to dental school. I did not sign up to have. I didn't WanNa have have conversation with people about snoring and sleeping and I just want to do some fillings and do a root canal and you know a bridge or something like I. Just don't WanNa talk about this. I don't want to do it. I don't that's almost like I. KINDA WANNA pretend. It's not there even though I'm going to add this to this this seems seems like a very medical thing to me. This is sort of outside of our scope. I'm a little uncomfortable with having the diagnosis done by a remote doctor. I don't know anything about that. That's that's a problem to me a little bit as well like I'd much I'd feel better if if I actually the doctor that was reading these things. 'cause I'm assuming assuming Kevin that when they get this. That's the diagnosis like you're not in the spring. Another Sleep Dr. We're also in contact with their physician so We're we're we're in communication with their physician so that they know what's what's happened any. Have you gotten any pushback from physicians on this it because I I could easily see a physician. This is Dennis. He's trying to make money off my patients like that's you haven't gotten that I haven't gotten that I haven't got mad at all. I mean anything's possible. Of course but no of course we'll also more in my head. Then I haven't had that accelerates mind goes let me ask you this I ah I don't want I don't want this to be a crass or Just dollars and cents but have you guys ever GonNa Crown on number fifteen. Have you ever done crown on number fifteen on a guy with a huge tongue and his gagging can't swallow their most. Every time I do a chroma fifteen eighteen this that's the guy that blessed and what's your reimbursement for that. I mean we know about same crown on number twelve. Yep Yep so The other day Tammy was scanning a patient for a sleep appliance and I was walking down the hall drinking a cup of coffee and and producing twice that much Is that crown. There was no strain on my back or my brain or my anger or whatever it was. It's just that you're gonNA hit your some people are GonNa go dude. Sign me up and some. We're GONNA go. That's not right that's wrong that's not like like to sit there and go sleep treating sleep apnea is about making more money. There's going to be people that push back on that of course worse and that's why I had had a couch that but it's as grass. I didn't think I was much more crass than that given. I mean as far as being good for look. I'm fifty six years old. It's getting harder to do those crowns on number fifteen it. You know what I mean it. I had a after couple of weeks ago. I had that conversation with Tammy like your I was talking around with her. You're extending my career. You know you're you're you're you're allowing me to practice longer without the strain on my body or whatever by and also helping out our patient tremendous having listened to you talk about this a few times the one thing I can. I what you've done with like a invisible line and sleep apnea and and I've heard you know to ruin talk about this as well as differentiating your services in in a in a world where there's going to be more dentist Damore DSO's and especially if you don't participate with load of insurances. Some of these like fillings things in in crowds or that kind of dry up some you know and you if you don't have oh that's another different things offer unless you're a massive unless you take every insurance in Hmo there is that's another in mature practice. I've probably done all the fillings crowns on my regular recall patients that are there and that's fine nine This is another service that I can provide to them. There's no doubt that it's it seems like the the incidents of sleep apnea seems to be increasing with time and I think there's no doubt that I don't think that this is one of those things where it probably is because we're getting getting fatter but I think the other thing is the dig- our our understanding of of sleep as a concern for a lot of lifestyle diseases out there is getting bigger. I don't agree. I don't yeah I don't disagree with that at all. I mean it's I'm I'm a contradiction because there's why do I feel totally fine about quote unquote making money on doing restorative dentistry right. But I but I feel weird and it's because I still feel like it's kind I think probably where I'm hanging up is is is that I feel like it's out of our scope a little bit like like on some level but you're right every day. Yes but I'm that I'm the guy to to treat the patients mouth is part of their airway and the evidence is once you see like you said you can't unsee it and and the evidence is there and those teeth that you're trying to treat are being affected by the patient grinding the crap out of them as they're struggling to breathe at night. It's all home once that was all connected in my brain. You know the ideal case. I haven't had this happened yet. I maybe one of these in the works. You know someone someone who has a deep bite tunnel wear correcting them orthodontic and then getting them in a sleep appliance as their retainer. Hainer that to me would be you know the the holy grail of the sort of treatment. That's coming down the pike for me with one patient But the again these patients are staring you right in the face and you you can do something about it and when you see a a printout from someone sleep test it says. The treatment of choice is either c-pap or a mandibular advancement appliance. So it is within then. You don't want your physician giving you on oral appliance. That's in your scope. We are as dentist much better. What are the only ones that should be able to take an impression or whatever and take a bite and all the things that we need to do? This isn't can't understand that or even do that or want to do. Do that and you know that you spoke to me. Though in terms of like I agree with you is like part of me is like you know if I do a filling or root canal and something goes badly valley icon or something doesn't go my way. I know how to fix that. I know that like steps to take with this Iraq. I feel this feeling that like it's like are the best qualified person to do this. What if my appliance doesn't do the job? This feels a little. It feels serious to me in terms of like you know the repercussions since or whatnot. That's the benefit of knowing Aaron there's a sleep apnea group so when things go weird or stings. You haven't having encountered before I even told patients. I told the patient this last month or two months ago. I'm not really sure what's happening here but I know someone who will I you know. I know a leader in in in sleep apnea in this in this country I'm going to text her when you after you leave and we'll talk it over and then I'll we'll get back to you and that's that's a great way to to to help figure those things out. What kind of what kind of follow up is required after after you've you start with with Late like how often are you seeing them. How are you evaluating the effectiveness of what you're doing like are you following up? I look at any kind of appliance. Clients that they wear for a certain amount of time has potential to kind of to change. TM joint issues as well. Not that not that it necessarily will but it's like how are you following following up on on what your treatment has done for better for worse for different. Yeah so after a month we're GONNA test them again another home sleep test with the appliance in so we can measure. Is your that and do that. Long enough events or away from so they've gotten used to it because as a new appliance is always weird absolutely. Yeah so they've got to wear it for a while and then we're gonNA test them and we're also going to do some subjective testing you know like the patient night led this off with. He's not snoring anymore and let let them know about so. That's that's a good clue. But that's just subjective data. We need hard fast data from sleep test and then we're going to make recommendations from there as far as appliance maintenance goes after that they're going to bring it to their recall. I'll check it out if if something's broken or we need to remake make them we're GONNA re remake them at personally like making the opt asleep which is a total. You Know Serono Syrup product that you you know. Do you make that on site or is that made by Rona at a lab is made in Germany Germany. Yeah so that the workflow for that and again you don't need the stuff of course what I've told me. Understanding to that like multiple appliances can do the same thing in this is one that allows them to keep all the workflow simple for you. It's it's simple people. We we scan scan the patient in the Sara Ganim in the codeine hit a button and it sent off to Germany. Couldn't couldn't be better Kevin and we all have patients that even like just your flat plain bite splints or you know th they won't they won't wear those either what what's your. What's your gut feeling? Is this anecdote on your percentage of people that actually use the things that you make versus Moore like no all right so I have an N. of one in that department department. I have a patient that we I think advanced or too far out of our ignorance and Didn't allow her to well. We we caused some TM J. Pain and struggling to get that one advanced unst are struggling to get that one fixed We've probably lost her on that but most people take time pretty well. This is at high high. High percentage of wear in your haven't pretty pretty good success overall with them and in compliance. Okay Well Allan you've got anything more for proteomic as we're already very shooting overtime on this year. Alaska last thoughts or anymore hater aid aid hatred on the like. I like the Blue Kind Kevin. I can't argue with any of it. I can't argue with. I think you humint. I wanted to go get folding chairs and hit you cross the back with. There's my thing is that I suspect there are a lot of clinicians that are like me where it's it isn't it isn't that it can't be done well. It's that it's stuck in their brain and I mean there's a lot of things in dentistry with me stuck in my brain and with the things that I don't do implants are them on some level too. But I I mean your cases well-made to ruin his always made a good case for it too so it's for those of you who don't have weird hang ups like I do Three dentists gives great courses on this stuff. I've got great courses on everything. Setup is so good yeah you take errands one on one class. Even if you're not GonNa do it you need to at least be aware of it. And that's my challenge to. I don't know if you've taken it Ellen but back doc I took it private for you did. Yeah I have not taken it. That's my talents. dixie Oh yeah okay. Well thank you Allan for stepping stepping in for Mac. Who hopefully as hairs clear should be just leeming? You Bet you bet. So we're Allen Megyn for Kevin. Prior Zach Myers. Thanks for joining us. And we will catch you X. Time..

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"sara ganim" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

12:19 min | 2 years ago

"sara ganim" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"Well I got diagnosed with sleep apnea well. I got this while I got that and so I I've heard it in. I heard the mentioning it. The there's this part of me. It's in a rational part of me. That is like when I went to dental school. I did not sign up to have. I didn't WanNa have have conversation with people about snoring and sleeping and I just want to do some fillings and do a root canal and you know a bridge or something like I. Just don't WanNa talk about this. I don't want to do it. I don't that's almost like I. KINDA WANNA pretend. It's not there even though I'm going to add this to this this seems seems like a very medical thing to me. This is sort of outside of our scope. I'm a little uncomfortable with having the diagnosis done by a remote doctor. I don't know anything about that. That's that's a problem to me a little bit as well like I'd much I'd feel better if if I actually the doctor that was reading these things. 'cause I'm assuming assuming Kevin that when they get this. That's the diagnosis like you're not in the spring. Another Sleep Dr. We're also in contact with their physician so We're we're we're in communication with their physician so that they know what's what's happened any. Have you gotten any pushback from physicians on this it because I I could easily see a physician. This is Dennis. He's trying to make money off my patients like that's you haven't gotten that I haven't gotten that I haven't got mad at all. I mean anything's possible. Of course but no of course we'll also more in my head. Then I haven't had that accelerates mind goes let me ask you this I ah I don't want I don't want this to be a crass or Just dollars and cents but have you guys ever GonNa Crown on number fifteen. Have you ever done crown on number fifteen on a guy with a huge tongue and his gagging can't swallow their most. Every time I do a chroma fifteen eighteen this that's the guy that blessed and what's your reimbursement for that. I mean we know about same crown on number twelve. Yep Yep so The other day Tammy was scanning a patient for a sleep appliance and I was walking down the hall drinking a cup of coffee and and producing twice that much Is that crown. There was no strain on my back or my brain or my anger or whatever it was. It's just that you're gonNA hit your some people are GonNa go dude. Sign me up and some. We're GONNA go. That's not right that's wrong that's not like like to sit there and go sleep treating sleep apnea is about making more money. There's going to be people that push back on that of course worse and that's why I had had a couch that but it's as grass. I didn't think I was much more crass than that given. I mean as far as being good for look. I'm fifty six years old. It's getting harder to do those crowns on number fifteen it. You know what I mean it. I had a after couple of weeks ago. I had that conversation with Tammy like your I was talking around with her. You're extending my career. You know you're you're you're you're allowing me to practice longer without the strain on my body or whatever by and also helping out our patient tremendous having listened to you talk about this a few times the one thing I can. I what you've done with like a invisible line and sleep apnea and and I've heard you know to ruin talk about this as well as differentiating your services in in a in a world where there's going to be more dentist Damore DSO's and especially if you don't participate with load of insurances. Some of these like fillings things in in crowds or that kind of dry up some you know and you if you don't have oh that's another different things offer unless you're a massive unless you take every insurance in Hmo there is that's another in mature practice. I've probably done all the fillings crowns on my regular recall patients that are there and that's fine nine This is another service that I can provide to them. There's no doubt that it's it seems like the the incidents of sleep apnea seems to be increasing with time and I think there's no doubt that I don't think that this is one of those things where it probably is because we're getting getting fatter but I think the other thing is the dig- our our understanding of of sleep as a concern for a lot of lifestyle diseases out there is getting bigger. I don't agree. I don't yeah I don't disagree with that at all. I mean it's I'm I'm a contradiction because there's why do I feel totally fine about quote unquote making money on doing restorative dentistry right. But I but I feel weird and it's because I still feel like it's kind I think probably where I'm hanging up is is is that I feel like it's out of our scope a little bit like like on some level but you're right every day. Yes but I'm that I'm the guy to to treat the patients mouth is part of their airway and the evidence is once you see like you said you can't unsee it and and the evidence is there and those teeth that you're trying to treat are being affected by the patient grinding the crap out of them as they're struggling to breathe at night. It's all home once that was all connected in my brain. You know the ideal case. I haven't had this happened yet. I maybe one of these in the works. You know someone someone who has a deep bite tunnel wear correcting them orthodontic and then getting them in a sleep appliance as their retainer. Hainer that to me would be you know the the holy grail of the sort of treatment. That's coming down the pike for me with one patient But the again these patients are staring you right in the face and you you can do something about it and when you see a a printout from someone sleep test it says. The treatment of choice is either c-pap or a mandibular advancement appliance. So it is within then. You don't want your physician giving you on oral appliance. That's in your scope. We are as dentist much better. What are the only ones that should be able to take an impression or whatever and take a bite and all the things that we need to do? This isn't can't understand that or even do that or want to do. Do that and you know that you spoke to me. Though in terms of like I agree with you is like part of me is like you know if I do a filling or root canal and something goes badly valley icon or something doesn't go my way. I know how to fix that. I know that like steps to take with this Iraq. I feel this feeling that like it's like are the best qualified person to do this. What if my appliance doesn't do the job? This feels a little. It feels serious to me in terms of like you know the repercussions since or whatnot. That's the benefit of knowing Aaron there's a sleep apnea group so when things go weird or stings. You haven't having encountered before I even told patients. I told the patient this last month or two months ago. I'm not really sure what's happening here but I know someone who will I you know. I know a leader in in in sleep apnea in this in this country I'm going to text her when you after you leave and we'll talk it over and then I'll we'll get back to you and that's that's a great way to to to help figure those things out. What kind of what kind of follow up is required after after you've you start with with Late like how often are you seeing them. How are you evaluating the effectiveness of what you're doing like are you following up? I look at any kind of appliance. Clients that they wear for a certain amount of time has potential to kind of to change. TM joint issues as well. Not that not that it necessarily will but it's like how are you following following up on on what your treatment has done for better for worse for different. Yeah so after a month we're GONNA test them again another home sleep test with the appliance in so we can measure. Is your that and do that. Long enough events or away from so they've gotten used to it because as a new appliance is always weird absolutely. Yeah so they've got to wear it for a while and then we're gonNA test them and we're also going to do some subjective testing you know like the patient night led this off with. He's not snoring anymore and let let them know about so. That's that's a good clue. But that's just subjective data. We need hard fast data from sleep test and then we're going to make recommendations from there as far as appliance maintenance goes after that they're going to bring it to their recall. I'll check it out if if something's broken or we need to remake make them we're GONNA re remake them at personally like making the opt asleep which is a total. You Know Serono Syrup product that you you know. Do you make that on site or is that made by Rona at a lab is made in Germany Germany. Yeah so that the workflow for that and again you don't need the stuff of course what I've told me. Understanding to that like multiple appliances can do the same thing in this is one that allows them to keep all the workflow simple for you. It's it's simple people. We we scan scan the patient in the Sara Ganim in the codeine hit a button and it sent off to Germany. Couldn't couldn't be better Kevin and we all have patients that even like just your flat plain bite splints or you know th they won't they won't wear those either what what's your. What's your gut feeling? Is this anecdote on your percentage of people that actually use the things that you make versus Moore like no all right so I have an N. of one in that department department. I have a patient that we I think advanced or too far out of our ignorance and Didn't allow her to well. We we caused some TM J. Pain and struggling to get that one advanced unst are struggling to get that one fixed We've probably lost her on that but most people take time pretty well. This is at high high. High percentage of wear in your haven't pretty pretty good success overall with them and in compliance. Okay Well Allan you've got anything more for proteomic as we're already very shooting overtime on this year. Alaska last thoughts or anymore hater aid aid hatred on the like. I like the Blue Kind Kevin. I can't argue with any of it. I can't argue with. I think you humint. I wanted to go get folding chairs and hit you cross the back with. There's my thing is that I suspect there are a lot of clinicians that are like me where it's it isn't it isn't that it can't be done well. It's that it's stuck in their brain and I mean there's a lot of things in dentistry with me stuck in my brain and with the things that I don't do implants are them on some level too. But I I mean your cases well-made to ruin his always made a good case for it too so it's for those of you who don't have weird hang ups like I do Three dentists gives great courses on this stuff. I've got great courses on everything. Setup is so good yeah you take errands one on one class. Even if you're not GonNa do it you need to at least be aware of it. And that's my challenge to. I don't know if you've taken it Ellen but back doc I took it private for you did. Yeah I have not taken it. That's my talents. dixie Oh yeah okay. Well thank you Allan for stepping stepping in for Mac. Who hopefully as hairs clear should be just leeming? You Bet you bet. So we're Allen Megyn for Kevin. Prior Zach Myers. Thanks for joining us. And we will catch you X. Time..

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Crews battle Northern California wildfire as heat wave threatens

Dr. Drew Midday Live with Mike Catherwood

01:55 min | 4 years ago

Crews battle Northern California wildfire as heat wave threatens

"A phone number lords fatah's alex garcia in this is midday live kabc news live and local at one thirty i'm jeff whittle president trump tweeted today that he's accepted the resignation of embattled environmental protection agency administrator scott pruitt who's facing more than a dozen ethics scandals correspondent sara ganim reads the president's tweets have accepted the resignation of scott pruitt as the administrator of the environmental protection agency with the agency scott has done an outstanding job and i will always be thankful to him for this the senate confirmed deputy at epa andrew wheeler in a bit of good news a young boy who was found at union station yesterday all alone has been reunited with his family according to lapd captain mark raina a metrolink train struck and fatally injured a fifty three year old homeless woman at the market street railroad crossing a new hall just before seven this morning witnesses say the woman dropped some personal items while crossing the tracks and was hit by the train while she was bending over to pick them up no one on the train was injured the national weather service has issued a red flag warning for the san fernando valley and local mountains from three o'clock tomorrow morning through six o'clock saturday night due to the high fire danger posed by gusty winds extremely high temperatures and very low humidity levels that are expected for so cal over the next two days firefighters are battling blazes and eleven western states amid are sweltering heat wave heat records are expected to be broken as triple digit temperatures says oh linda southern california even coastal communities are expected to break records over the next few days firefighters battling several fires including the county fire now nearly ninety thousand acres struggle also with resources stretched very thin in colorado the worst right now for wildfires priority one for those resources as the largest fire the spring fire eats up.

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Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore evacuated due to possible TB exposure

Sean Hannity

00:48 sec | 4 years ago

Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore evacuated due to possible TB exposure

"Always be thankful to him for this the president went on to say that deputy administrator andrew wheeler will assume the duties as acting administrator on monday let's bring in correspondent sara ganim for some perspective important thing you see here is it continued support from donald trump which is what we've seen through what we are now you know it's fourteen different investigations were talking about when it comes to scott pruitt all dealing with allegations of ethical misconduct a while epa administrator again scott pruitt has resigned officially out as head of the epa i'm michael toscano the rescue team in thailand is reaching a crucial decision time whether or not to risk the lives of the twelve boys and their soccer team coach by taking them out of the flooded cave complex a five or six underwater journey for kids who could not even swim jonathan miller on the timetable situation now is really critical it's nailbiting they have a very small window now to try to extract the boys before this forecast deluge of the monsoon which is likely to start again on saturday we're heavy rains expected to possibly flood the cave complex completely two buildings at johns hopkins medical center in baltimore have been evacuated because of a possible release of tiburcio los correspondent jason carroll tells us several employees were carrying some vials that broke this according to johns hopkins university apparently some medical professionals there who were transporting some of this material and what they're talking about now is the possible keyword being possible release of a small amount of tuberculosis paving isolated i'm michael toscano the news brought to you by in and out burger there's no room for compromise inequality burger that's why in and out they use patties that are never frozen and only the freshest produce they can find because that's what a hamburger's all about with a look.

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Hospital buildings evacuated after possible release of tuberculosis

Dave Ramsey

02:27 min | 4 years ago

Hospital buildings evacuated after possible release of tuberculosis

"Special report scott pruitt out at epa controversial epa administrator scott pruitt no longer runs the agency out after a continuing series of reports of various ethical lapses president trump no making no mention of any of that in his tweet saying i have accepted the resignation of scott pruitt as administrator of the environmental protection agency within the agency scott has done an outstanding job and i will always be thankful to him for this the president went on to say that deputy administrator andrew wheeler will assume the duties as acting administrator on monday let's bring in correspondent sara ganim for some perspective important thing you see here is it continued support from donald trump which is what we've seen through what we are now you know it's fourteen different investigations we're talking about when it comes to scott pruitt all dealing with allegations of ethical misconduct while epa administrator again scott pruitt has resigned officially out as head of the epa i'm michael toscano the rescue team in thailand is reaching a crucial decision time whether or not to risk the lives of the twelve boys and their soccer team coached by taking them out of the flooded cave complex a five or six underwater journey for kids who could not even swim jonathan miller on the timetable the situation now is really critical it's nail biting they have a very small window now to try to extract the boys before this forecast deluge of the monsoon which is likely to start again on saturday the heavy rains expected to possibly flood the cave complex completely two buildings at johns hopkins medical center in baltimore have been evacuated because of a possible release of tuberculosis correspondent jason carroll tells us several employees were carrying some vials that broke this according to johns hopkins university apparently some medical professionals there who were transporting some of this material and what they're talking about now is the possible keyword being possible release of a small amount of tuberculosis craven isolated i'm michael toscano chart mcdowell ceo of wesley financial group they timeshare cancellation advocate i was sued by the largest timeshare company in federal court for simply helping people cancel their timeshare that they have been lied to about the jury size me up and came back with a verdict after only twenty minutes and yes how one my husband and i are more than grateful to everyone wesley financial group thanks to check in his team we feel as though wade is an left ahead and we can move on without.

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Chris Sale strikes out 13 vs. Mariners

Giants on KNBR

01:58 min | 4 years ago

Chris Sale strikes out 13 vs. Mariners

"The call six eighty the fan in atlanta the braves salvage a game in the series they pick up a seven to three win brendan mccarthy goes six for the victory he's now six three on the season atlanta forty four and thirty two baltimore they suffer the loss meanwhile at fenway park last night seattle put up seven on the board against the red sox could've saved the future day against chris sale to strike sara ganim chris strike out of the game chris sale is punched out thirteen is kept the mariners off the board thirteen strikeouts in the thirteenth came on a pitch of a hundred miles an hour tim never call w e at fenway park red sox get a five nothing went over the mariners sale seven scouters four hits he struck out those thirteen he threw only ninety three pictures including seventy one for strikes want to get as deep in the games you want a lot of people get caught up on on strike outs and stuff like that i mean they're nice but at the end of the day your job as the pitchers deeper into that game as you can and keep his hands off the board so bullpen they've been working hard so anytime we can give them a little bit more rest is is nice five nothing victory meanwhile they also picked up a game on the yankees homers in twenty six innings for chasing tree out of the yankee bullpen and jake tower starts at against him and sends one of the air deep right center field giving chase is mixed back to the wall fowler is his first big league and the raise swift they aki andy free with the call w d a e did you know the new york yankees had had gone this deep into the regular season without losing three consecutive games for the first time since nineteen fifty four inside these numbers brought to you by progressives home insurance getting a quotas easier than ever.

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Scott Pruitt asked aide to acquire used Trump hotel mattress

Bloomberg Best

02:17 min | 4 years ago

Scott Pruitt asked aide to acquire used Trump hotel mattress

"Now a global news update denial inoperative baker wins i'm michael toscano white house press secretary sarah sanders refusing this afternoon to account for the many white house denials including hers now rendered inoperative on a tricky subject it's the many assertions that president trump did not right the false statement providing cover to donald trump junior and senior trump campaign staff members who met with russians promising dirt on hillary clinton but trump's lawyers now admit that trump did guide that statement which came up at this afternoon's white house briefing last august the president did not dictated statement about the trump during the campaign lawyers road to the special counsel that the president is dictate that statement was the reason for that discrepancy like you said this is from a letter from the outside counsel and i direct that question once again you're referencing a letter that came directly from outside counsel and i would refer you to them to question supreme court has sided with a colorado baker who refused to provide a wedding cake for a same sex couple but jessica schneider reports it's focused on the baker's artistic status and religious discrimination from the colorado civil rights commission it only applies to the baker in this case jack phillips and may not affect any future cases a couple who brought the case in married in two thousand twelve promised a continued fight documents from the house oversight committee show a top staffer for epa administrator scott pruitt already under fire for his expenses testifying she spent official work time handling personal chores for pruitt sara ganim has more she's a scheduler also describes herself as a close personal friend of pro and his wife she says among the things she did for him trying to secure a used mattress at a discounted price from the trump international hotel wall street stocks with nice gains today thanks to record setting performances from the tech sector they powered the nasdaq to a record close gaining fifty two points to end at seventy six oh six dow closed higher by one hundred seventy nine i'm michael toscano business news travels the way you do the impact of this storm could show up in stocks sending higher get the app or listen on line intel is at the heart of this issue bloomberg radio the bloomberg radio plus app and bloombergradio dot com what's the.

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Threats to EPA's Scott Pruitt include some from inside agency, documents reveal

Bloomberg Best

02:33 min | 4 years ago

Threats to EPA's Scott Pruitt include some from inside agency, documents reveal

"And the ad council global news twenty four hours a day on air and a big chunk on twitter by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in over one hundred twenty countries this is bloomberg radio now a global news update special report trump rescinded iran deal the president made it official the united states will withdraw from the iran nuclear deal that's led to a worldwide round of mostly condemnation europe stops leader top leaders are expressing dismay russia says it's deeply disappointed and it could grow worse according to correspondent barbara starr at the pentagon there is growing concern that iran could be preparing for some sort of attack against israel this comes amid all of this escalating tension between the us iran and israel and there's a report that israeli jets of attack syrian army positions outside damascus is rarely prime minister benjamin netanyahu has applauded the move by president trump wall street didn't do much of anything the dow up just four points but oil felt the pain falling by as much as four percent for a time after the announcement west texas intermediate crude closed down down about two and a half percent i'm rich johnson another diplomatic surprise from president trump today he said secretary of state mike pompeo is making another trip to north korea ahead of his possible summit with kim jong un the house oversight committee's poring over hundreds of pages of documents regarding the travel decisions made by epa head scott pruitt but not all the documents according to correspondent sara ganim we are learning that one thing that was not turned over with permission required by law for pruitt to fly first class before each and every trip epa says he had it for the documents simply do not back it up critics of accused pruitt of flying first class at government expense san insisting on other safety measures not because of concerns over personal safety but to shield himself from tough questions and bad press it's fairly calm right now around the kill away of all kaneohe in hawaii with no magnum moving through neighborhoods why disaster officials say the latest eruption destroyed two dozen homes is not over i'm richard johnson your business news delivered the way you like it saudi arabia shows no signs of letting up you don't have to change your style can we get there given the calculus we've got right now bloomberg radio the bloomberg radio plus app and bloombergradio dot com these are times when ever wonder why weddings.

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