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"So I'm glad to be back and I have a pretty exciting show for everyone today the main. Main Serb we're going to talk about is the latest publication by AstraZeneca in the Journal. The. Lancet of their source to vaccine, and we're going to take a look at the data, look safety and contrast that to what I talked about with regards to earn his maxine last week. So definitely check out that show first and then watch this if you're interested by. That's going to be the main story, and then we're also gonNA touch on a few other biotech companies that invested in that updated their earnings, the last little wild for Q. Two. So that's going to do for the show. And really that's not much going on in the biotech space unfortunately lately, we seem quite a sell off in the X., p. I and I think that's largely due to the executive orders announced by the trump administration when I looked at them though it didn't seem to affect the company's I'm invested in which are mostly small and mid cap. Biotech. These executive orders had more of an impact on drugs that actually price right now in the market and the one in particular, that's concerning for large-cap Pharma is the one that forces companies to maintain pricing through the US and ex us. A lot of companies are able to charge a premium in the US compared to ex us, and now there's going to have to be normalized in what that means is that often these left lower their price for Americans which they didn't need to do before this so. That's kind of what's going on in biotech space excitement in the market otherwise has to do more with the tech companies that just destroyed their earnings on Friday. So we saw a huge increases in facebook, apple Amazon Google. So the sciences to be flowing more towards those companies than the XP. Even though the FBI did recently hit all-time highs. Personally I managed to get on a road trip in the last week or so and I checked out SEDONA Arizona for those who've not been there. It's definitely worth checking out if you live in the US, it's it's pretty gorgeous place except for the heat, the heat is pretty insane and somebody lives in San Diego, it's shocking to see the numbers go up to one hundred and fourteen degrees, Fahrenheit, but it was nice to get away for a bit and one other piece of business I. GotTa Get through is to give a shoutout to a friend of mine named Dave Coggin. And the reason for this that we had a friendly bet over a ping pong tournament yesterday that I would give him a shout-out if I lost all the games against him and he ended up beating me in every one of them. So with that, let's actually get into the meat of the show. And again, thanks everybody. All support all the emails in tweets in the comments on my channel are very, very much appreciated. It does go far with in terms of spreading the word and getting the podcast out there. So thank you for that. Now, the first company I WANNA talk about is trillium therapeutics, and they're sitting around fifty, five, hundred and fifty, million dollar market CAP, and we're talking about them today because they had a press release announcing a delay in data and people were expecting a clinical update on their six to one and sixty two product in the middle of twenty twenty, and that's around this time now, and instead what we're hearing is that they're going to. To this update at the American Society for Hematology Meeting in December of twenty twenty. So it's about a six month delay, not the end of the world, but there was really no relevant update provided in this press release. They mentioned that can relax refractory C. T. cell patients have been enrolled in the first four cohorts, and they were treated with the sixty. One monotherapy at does doses up to one point, four milligrams per kilogram. They also mentioned that they completed dose limiting top evaluation of cohort four, which is that one point, four milligrams per kilogram does and they're now moving onto the two point zero milligram per kilogram dose. So not really much to report the stock sold off from the sevens to around the fives and then was bought back into the sixes. So I think my average position is around the fives end. I decided not take an additional position into it because I am pretty heavy in the stock. And yet, it's unfortunate delay, but I don't think the fundamentals of the company at all are in jeopardy and some other things to know if you WANNA take a position in sort of CD, forty, seven molecule, which is what Chile him is commercializing They did announce a solid tumor study, which is going to be starting pretty soon, and we're GONNA see data in that in twenty twenty one. So if they see good data in solid tumors I think the stock could Garner maybe a five x valuation from where it is. Now, let's kind where I see trillium eventually, and I plan on holding well into twenty. Twenty one.
"sedona arizona" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"LSTR I hope I pronounced that correctly Kalisto snow have organized and hosted several international conferences in Sedona Arizona where they live they also have organize travel groups to sacred sites in Europe and the Hopi nation with a special interest in exploring the crop circle mystery they are also the caretakers of are rare your sister in crystal skull hand carved in Brazil by native artisans welcome back to twenty first century radio Dr chats no hi doctor well glad to be with you well we're very happy to be with you again too and thank you for joining us after all this time let's start with a simple explanation of the process of past life regression use your life program shin and some of your own experiences how did you get to meet Dr Helen Wambach and the pioneer of future life progression therapy right well yes you have to take it quick time machine yourself and and go back into the early nineteen eighties when I was working at Travis Air Force base the archivist and historian for the U. S. A. F. having decided that academia didn't work for me after I had gotten my degrees in history and sociology but too many committees and to much should be frankly so anyway one could say the same thing probably about the government but they actually say that about our government the military though is they're pretty down to earth hi I found that they have a very interesting interest in history and in keeping good records of things they are among the people obviously that we trust with keeping us safe in under those kind of conditions especially back in the nineteen eighties when we were still very much in the Cold War now it was the era of president Reagan and so anyway it was it was during that time a couple of things combined especially the the passing of my beloved grandmother who lived to be ninety one years old and I lost my parents when I was in my twenties so she had become sort of a substitute parent to some extent for my young adult life and when she passed well there were there were some circumstances around it that disturb me I am the interesting thing was that with them two or three weeks of her physical passing she came back and in in sort of what seems to be really normal circumstances and get look from the outside they probably seem very abnormal she would come to me in the evenings when I would be alone I was a bachelor at the time and basically the end of the bed where I would be M. talk to me and she looked just as real it also more more real than you'd see on TV by somebody in the room with you although of course I logically knew that she was passed away and she said to be among other things well so like that statement there's a lot more to this reality than you I have ever thought of and I'm here to tell you about it and I said well why me and he said well everybody else in our family is asleep and I could come to you and I said no all right I didn't know what that meant but I later learned I guess that I had a maybe a more receptive mind it wasn't just going to say oh I'm dreaming Ursins bowl and then leave it alone and so over a couple of months she gave me a very quick course one of the things she'd learned out to stop my car right in front of metaphysical bookstores in California there were a lot of back in those days it happened three times and it's how I got introduced to education because of one time of his book fell off a shelf in front of me at the bookstore at another time I went to local what do you call a study group I think they call them or search for god group of education and I I had a dream the night before my grandmother came to me again and that time she said tomorrow you're going to meet somebody who talks about Helen for Berkeley high attention and this lady came in so I had the most extraordinary experience I had what's called a past life regression or you reincarnation experience and it was up perform both with me by their psychologists who is at the university of Berkeley and her name is Helen Wambach and of course it's you know online you don't have to get it over they had too many times especially by your grandmother to perk me up and I said after the meeting can I give her a phone number so she said sure of course he sees people and I had some reasons to go see her in my personal life so I said okay I colder up and that is how I met hello Mombach I was initially one of her patients her subjects and L. over a short period of time we quickly established a deep bond realized that we probably had known each other in other incarnations and have worked together before and so well I had some things to learn and also she said I have a research months now I've looked for that bumble longtime Bob still haven't found it but I guess I do good research because I'm still doing research even at seventy four years old I'll say nah I'm not into it so so I talk about this in my book called mass dreams of the future that you alluded to because Helen unfortunately even though she was only in her late fifties was not very well she'd have a double or triple bypass surgery in her heart and has a very significant issues she had diabetes one of the things so anyway we we got together and over a period of three years we work together I did many regression and then some progressions with her and ultimately before she passed away which happened at the end of nineteen eighty five she Angeli said you're gonna take this future work that I'm doing and you're gonna be the one to put it out to the world so I accepted and it took a few more years to get it done but by the late eighties so I was writing master into the future with her research and my research and the research of a man and Dr Leo sprinkle who was from the university of Wyoming and a couple of other people that Helen knew who had done group workshops which were all based on group workshops it was not individual sessions per primarily although I talk about my own sessions in the book in a couple of others with people that I didn't name for privacy purposes of course so anyway anyway these group sessions were offering people a choice in the hypnosis experience did they want to explore the past or the future and how long found that in her past life regression workshops many people began to get the answers to the questions before she would post them and they would comment on the saying why are you so slow in talking about that because I was already seeing it before you can ask me a question about it and an accurate the germ of the idea that maybe the unconscious mind it could be liberated from linear time at least temporarily temporarily so that's where we start and then I continued her work after her passing for another three years I did work in France I am bilingual in French and English and then I went to South America and did some work down in Argentina and Peru and in Spanish and then of course back in the United States as well so that's why as you said in your introduction this includes material coming from the sub conscious sort of the who's who are you know kind of a looking at a polling of the sub conscious of the people who lived in the mid nineteen eighties this was all done between eighty three and eighty nine thirty years ago that's very true of of what archetypes we might see for the future you mentioned before that came up again and again and again and that I talk about in great detail in mass streams of the future so that's how we got started it's totally came out of my grandmother and god bless her a and by the way after about four months of this after I started to work with Dr Walmart he came back to the one time is that Hey I've got other things to do he's been wonderful but I'm not coming back to five I've never had a dream of her again I'm sorry for laughing but I have a I'm I'm just going straight out what happened to the yacht I do not make any you know well what do I say maybe maybe you could say I'm crazy some people probably do think I'm crazy but it was my experience and it was very real to me I was a very unique time in my in my life and it certainly changed my life for the better I can't I can't say anything he said good things and I'm sure other people have had the experience of having a loved one passed away rather suddenly unexpectedly and then having to deal with the grieving process you know who doctor Raymond moody is of course well of course he's joined as many times yeah who wrote on the part of the the whole concept of your rock near death experiences anyway he has a more modern times written up a whole series of research and and books on what I think he calls it the cycle nine PM which yes correct engine grease as for where people actually can put themselves into a trance state and have conversations with a deceased relatives and people if they do Holly and without any trying to do it that's what happened with me about I'm very convinced of it he and I have talked about this and he greeted me that the whole thing was just exactly like his cycle meant PMI was alone in a motel when this first happened down where my grandmother lived in southern California I was alone in the bed I was sitting there reading before dark there was a mirror on the other side of the room and the light reflected into the mirror and he put the candle down at the end of a space but the flight apparently did the same thing and she took advantage of that and apparently have the ability to manifest efficiently that she could be very physical for me and and came through and as she said I was the only one awake that she knew that's amazing well I certainly think art I think you're certainly above normal all probably abnormal line all right well with that well I think you've got you've come into your own times I mean you know you will get more and more to that we're gonna we're gonna take a break right now and when we return we'll talk about what is put past life regression thank you can do that of course of course you can all right we'll be back with our guest Dr chest snow mass dreams of the future do we face an apocalypse or a global spiritual awakening the choice is ours with Dr Helen Wambach McGraw hill nineteen eighty nine check snow dot com all links are at twenty first century radio dot com and archives are posted for free on iTunes and YouTube.
"sedona arizona" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Our structure for example there are like a hundred thousand proteins in the human body and even medicine doesn't quite know why they're there well that's an example of getting a set up for changes in the future why don't the star seeds save the planet can I rather than rather than us abandon the you know well it's a natural it's like life and death with humans right arm it's a natural course of things to be born and and died but the problem with planets is they rely on the sons of the sun's going to burn up its energy into it can't basically seed the planets with it's not just like that other forms of energy thanks so technically the sun and the planet finishes its cycle but the of life can proceed that it simply must move to a new location and then I can go gonna Blair's Sedona Arizona high Blair good morning readings Christian and art works you too blurry thinking of leprechauns Christian indeed the meek shall inherit the earth is a brings another aspect of the biblical operates right there I Hey the lesson is love and there's a frequency Berrier it binds this classroom earth if you buy this premise here and it could be another term for the so called veil that's cast upon this planet you know for the gratefulness limited consciousness in our animal body and you also mentioned Christian that where some of those are from Venus you think this frequency berry are also masks the greater manifestation of human civilization upon the Newseum surface okay let me see what people jump in on your okay so the veil in classical terms it means that we must technically on hold to be able to understand greater learning and greater experiences and our our potential so we're kind of veiled so for example when a person becomes psychic we mention that I train sockets and I am a psychic or when we can get beyond that fail because we can function in higher dimensions which is your term I think frequencies okay.
"sedona arizona" Discussed on KGO 810
"One hundred horsepower vehicle to and from work every single day for a week. Have you driven down Camelback, yes? Okay. It's a nightmare. It's a week in not as cool cars you own. Okay. That's your biggest fear. You have it. Well, no. My biggest fear is going to be a WalMart greater if you wanna know the truth K. Okay. We're I'm just like totally busted. I don't have anything and somebody looks at me and says, where's where can I find a big wheel? Okay. I'm just not not like that at all. But you only have to have your biggest fear for like an hour. Like in ten minutes we have to fly in a plane from Phoenix to Sedona Arizona, which is about an hour flight. Yes. In a small Cessna not a jet. And my biggest fear is dying in a plane crash a bit different than being embarrassed on Camelback, I could get into an accident going in that car. It has seat belts. It doesn't really have many airbags. I mean I mean it does forgetting an accident. I think goes so slow. Okay. I'm telling you already. I'm not feeling it to not feeling focus. Okay. So you're gonna read me three product. Yes, one of them is real. The other two are fake. And I have to identify the real product. Yes. Ready? I'm ready. Okay. Ready? Yes, you here. Okay. Are you losing your hair? You know. Well, the ion hair grow system is clinically proven to treat hair loss for both men and women. It starts with a special hairbrush with fourteenth sensors at track the slightest.
"sedona arizona" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"One hundred horsepower vehicle to and from work every single day for a week. Have you driven down Camelback, yes? Okay. It's a nightmare. It's a week in not as cool cars you own. Okay. That's your biggest fear. You have it. Well, no. My biggest fear is going to be a WalMart greeter if you wanna know the truth. Okay. Okay. We're I'm totally busted. I don't have anything and somebody looks at me and says, where's where can I find a big wheel? Okay. I'm just not not like that at all. But you only have to have your biggest fear for like an hour like in ten minutes. I'll have to fly in a plane from Phoenix to Sedona Arizona, which is about an hour flight. Yes. In a small system, not a jet. And my biggest fear is dying in a plane crash a bit different than being embarrassed on Camelback, I could get into an accident going in that car. It has seat belts. It doesn't really have many airbags. I mean I mean it does targeting an accident. I think goes little slow. Okay. I'm telling you already. I'm not feeling it right. Enough feeling focus. Okay. So you're gonna read me three product. Yes, one of them is real. The other two are fake. And I have to identify the real product. Yes. Ready? I'm ready. Okay. Ready? Yes. You sure. Okay. Are you losing your hair? You know. Well, the ion hair grow system is clinically proven to treat hair loss for both men and women. It starts with a special hairbrush with fourteenth sensors that tracked the slightest.
"sedona arizona" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Plain tiny tiny small plane up north through the mountains in the snow. To Sedona Arizona for breakfast. Okay. And I have to face, my biggest fear in aerospace, and I have to drive a Nissan versa for a week. Your biggest fear of all my biggest fear is sure being a WalMart. Greater I mean, I am so busted, I have to be a WalMart greeter. Here's the thing, though. Fabulous. Really? You still great. Okay. Someone come in say, where's the big meal, big wheel? I don't know. Do I look like I work? Here's wave say Hello. Hey go, they'll bit. And so two products are fake, and one Israel. Right. Have three three description right now, the score is fixed six to, to me, winning six I have six Andrews twos. I'm winning when we're doing a best of thirteen. Yes. So if you do the math real, quick a seventh victory would lock it up for you. Okay, I'm paying attention. Are you ready? I'm ready three K products, too or fig one, and I had some help actually. Whoa. Whoa. Yes. Listener sent me an idea for one of the products. How did that happen Email, we talked through Email? It's really cool. This is technology. I can communicate with people over the never get help from anyone don't you should you should listen to help. And so, again, the listeners are.
"sedona arizona" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Fifty six. And I worked in the oil on. I wish my body would hold up there, making twenty eight to thirty two bucks an hour now in the Permian basin and west Texas on the change. But. Talk to my buddies from that. Commun-. What used to be the Golden State? They were going to school. Fourteen bucks an hour that was great. They're making twenty eight thirty two hour on the rig. Eighteen. Drink the silver star state. Correct me if I'm wrong, Steve, they can still draft our children at eighteen. They can't buy a drink. Can take a bullet drink. Different Steve on everybody else's argument. Why? Yes, we know how stupid anybody could get on alcohol. Is it you can take a bullet but you can buy a drink? I'm with you. I'm with you, Frank. I you know, I'm absolutely with you, in that regard, you send our kids because they can still be drafted the draft hasn't gone away, still, there could happen, you can draft our kids and send them to war at eighteen but they can't drink a beer. And, and so there's something fundamentally wrong. But again, I'll say this as I said before the break, we are giant puns in a very big chessboard being played by the new world order, I'm no I'm not being played. And I'm trying to warn all of you so that you're not played, but a lot of you've been played for so long. Appreciate the Astor tation. And I appreciate, I think what is your service think it said that you were not my apologies? But if you are I tip my hat to, you know. No one likes war, who does you'd have to be an invisible and pretty sinister. But it is necessary. Sadly, and it's been like that, since the dawn of time and I'm just grateful for the men and women that put the uniform on wholeheartedly, every single day to fight for freedoms even though they don't know us, that is a big deal. This half hour being brought to you by the financial Guiler know him personally got a meeting with him last week sat down and said, Rick, tell me your thoughts on what's happening with the stock market. He said, meet me and Sedona Arizona. Like a ninety minute drive from just meet me there. Let's just sit there. Let's have coffee. Let's just be away where we know we're not being phone tapped. So let's do it. I ran up there. We had some coffee and Rick begin to tell me exactly the concerns he has regarding the new manipulations that are happening on Wall Street. That's why we're seeing peaks and valleys and their large ones at that. He said, it's reminiscent of two thousand eight and how people lost half of their stuff and this time he's projecting. And so many other economists are projecting. It's going to be worse. Look, I also believed that the two thousand eight the buckle was never clean. It was never fixed. It was just covered with paper insulating financial companies and big banks. But not you not me. And this is where we have to take the matters hands friends, there's nine financial land mines out there. But most importantly, there's a stock market crash coming and my question to us, are you prepared probably not you probably don't have an exit strategy. Will this new white paper report straight from financials desk is going to give you that information? It's called exit strategy and my question against us. Do you have one?.
"sedona arizona" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Station where you too can play along at home. And if you're Kim's club member, we invite you to play inside the chat room because we have her week day after day, we get brand new tech products and some of them are great. And some of them are just destined for failure. So every week Andrew, and I'd or this thirteen week series is that we're taking turns trying to stump each other on brand new or not true. Now last week. It was my term which I will just say, I one okay I mean I one will you can say that because he was four to three you were trying to get in my head all week of soul years covers every everybody else I said here, my three products or fake ones real everybody. One. It was able to pick the right one out and see, here's the deal. Is that if, if you lose you have to get into death machine? Known as a plane small plane and fly to Sedona Arizona for breakfast. Pop up if you lose have to get in a Nissan versa. And drive to and from work for tire week. And that's because you're afraid of planes, wreck definitely for it. And I'm afraid of cheap cars the Nissan. I know you know, somebody is one of the sales, because we were we were trying to get me on board. But now they won't even talk to us, so I have three new products. Yes. One of them is real. All right. Two of them are fake. You have to pick out the real one to win. If you don't win. You don't positive thinking, when you don't I will win, and we'll be tied for four k product number one, the perfect straw from the perfect strong company. Everyone is going plastic strong crazy. These days, some states have even banned them. Oh, yeah. Because I was where was I true food? They have bamboo straw. Sure. The reusable straw, market is on fire right now. And this may be the ultimate reusable strides. Call the perfect strong. It's the world's first smart, straw, that will automatically adjust its length to the size of your Cup. It can extend a straw, right? Correct. It can extend from its shortest link with just four inches to its biggest link, which is thirteen inches mild mind, would stay at five inches because that's the perfect length and. Discussion, the perfect straw does have one feature. The perfect straw does have one feature that I like it has a built in filter, so you can use it to drink water straight out of the canal. Sounds delicious the purpose rental fishing on the canal the other day. Like, what the heck are they catching in their dinner, the perfect draws the product that sucks? And they want to keep it that way, one straw, cost twenty nine ninety nine link that.
"sedona arizona" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Also have command one to manage, you know. But tech news today. Here's do Newsday's every day. We obviously put it together. And in fifteen minutes or less that you will be up to date on everything digital at you need to know our very own Mike, James. Yes. My guess host tech news today. Tech news today. I love it five days a week. It's probably a little under fifteen minutes. And we keep you everybody up to the minute dwell every day date. We should we have to explain to people that tech news. This week is not the same as tech news today. Right. All right. We just don't rehash the same stories and see what's going on. I mean, we actually go in there and pick and curate the right story. So you wanna download and subscribe to tech news today. Tech news this week. You can find them on apple Google or wherever you do. Get your podcast. There's also commando on-demand listening to us a huge favor. If you get our podcast, make sure that wherever you do get them that you give us a great five star review and give us some really good words because that's how more people actually find podcast because it reaches to the charts. And back to the phones we go with Mary in Sedona, Arizona, either Mary. Hey, hi, Kim. How are you today? Good. What's going on? Oh, well, besides the giants snowstorm. I know my gosh, it was so I I saw the pictures. It looks so beautiful in Sedona. Yeah. It is. It's amazing. But anyway, so my question here is I need a program that or an app that can help transcribe audio meeting recordings is or or interviews and I've used notes or. Outgoing phone calls and their transcription service is really pretty darn good. But I'm looking for another solution for just uploading like a wave file or something like that. And wanted to know what you thought. Okay. So how much are they charging notes? Oh, it's a pretty darn affordable. Like around ten dollars a month. Okay. Okay. Is that like thirty minutes? Or more. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. There there's because it's automated so you have to go through a little bit of fixing it yourself. I've looked at Sonics and they they're not too accurate. And dragon doesn't seem to really have what I need. Dragon. You'd have to actually play the file and that it was. Right. And you know, but sometimes when he gets into transcriptions really hard to hard to beat the human ear. Actual person going, especially if you have more than one voice right to go back and forth. You know, what you could try is Google docs? Have you ever tried that? No. I haven't was Google docs, is that they have something called the voice typing tool. And so in case, it says dragon is that you can play the file, and then it would do its best translating, but I have heard from people who are transcribing a lot of documents that Google actually does a really good job at it. Because they've been translating audio for so long that when it comes time to translating the human voice that they've kind of got it down you might want to look at Google, Google, docs, rather and that voice typing tool. Mary thank you so much for your call and stay warm in Sedona, Arizona. Come right back and talk about your smartphone. And getting a second number for it. You're on.
"sedona arizona" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Podcasts. We also have command one to manage. But tech news today. Here's do days every day. We obviously put it together. And in fifteen minutes or less that you will be up to date on everything digital that you need to know and our very own Mike, James. Yes. My guess host tech news today. Tech news today. I love it five days a week. It's probably a little under fifteen minutes. And we keep everybody up to the minute. Well every day date. We should we have to explain to people that tech news. This week is not the same as tech news today. Right. We just don't rehash the same stories, and you know, see what's going on. I mean, we actually go in there and pick and curate the right story. So if you wanna download and subscribe to tech news today tech news this week. You can find them on apple Google or wherever you do. Get your podcast. There's also on demand listening to us a huge favor. If you get our podcast, make sure that wherever you do get them that you give us a great five star review and give us really good words. Because that's how more people actually find podcast because it reaches to the charts. And back to the phones we go with Mary in Sedona, Arizona, either Mary. Hey, hi, Kim. How are you today? Good. What's going on? Oh, well, besides the giants snowstorm. I know my gosh, it was so ice. I saw the pictures. It looks so beautiful in Sedona. Yeah. It is. It's amazing. But anyway, so my question here is I need a program that or an app that can help transcribe audio meeting recordings is or e or interviews, and I've used notes or outgoing phone calls and their transcription service is really pretty darn good. But I'm looking for another solution. Purchase. Uploading like a wave file or something? Like that. And wanted to know what you thought. Okay. So how much are they charging it notes? Oh, it's a pretty darn affordable like around ten dollars a month. How okay because you know. That's is that like thirty minutes. Or more. Oh, okay. Yeah. Yeah. Because it's automated so you have to go through a little bit of, you know, fixing it yourself. I've looked at Sonics and they they're not too accurate. And dragon doesn't seem to really have what I need dragon. You'd have to actually play the file and that it was. Right. When he gets into transcription, it's really hard to hard to beat the human ear. Eight hundred actual person going, especially if you have more than one voice right to go back and forth. You know, what you could try is Google docs? Have you ever tried that? No. I haven't was Google docs, is that they have something called the voice typing tool. And so in cases, like dragon is that you can play the file, and then it would do its best translating, but I have heard from people who are transcribing a lot of documents that Google actually does a really good job at it. Because they've been translating audio for so long that when it comes time to translating the human voice that they've kind of got it down. So you might want to look at Google Google, docs, rather and that voice typing tool. Mary thank you so much for your call and stay warm in Sedona, Arizona. Come right back and talk about your smartphone. And getting a second number for it here on.
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Deadly shooting at Madden 19 Video Game Tournament in Jacksonville
"Of and then, there was this horrible story that happened on Sunday in Florida at a mall. An outside mall there was a Madden NFL nineteen video game tournament. Being played at the waterfront shopping and dining area when somebody came in and Three other people and wounded others who apparently was A participant in the tournament his name was David Katz investigators believe that he is the guy who. Is connected to this and then he, killed himself so what? Was it that led this this thing to. Happen and that is the. Big question that, looms he was upset at losing as I, said he was a, participant was attending the. Competition took his own life but the exact motive nobody knows for sure the The FBI is on, hand ATF agents etc there, are a lot of people that are trying to figure this. Out and piece it, all together including. He was from. Baltimore they're trying, to piece something back back in Baltimore as to what could possibly have happened and how he you know how he got to Jacksonville and the weapon, and all that kind of. Kind of stuff and. Of course as these things go would a rehearing oh it was a nice guy not so nice. To kill innocent people at a video, tournament and as I? Said multiple pull fatalities it was shocking and. It happened I guess about. One thirty in, the afternoon on a Sunday when cops were, called to shooting at, Chicago pizza was the. Mall restaurant hosting the tourney And when they came they, saw three people that were dead including the gunman so three. People eleven more we're, taking a local. Hospitals nine with. Gunshot wounds to, injured while running because people were running they were locking themselves in places and again it goes to that whole motive thing as what could that possibly The what would drive him to to do that and and that's all. Happening and of. Course video gaming, is incredibly incredibly popular the tournaments are all different sizes and there are people who are gamers who make millions of dollars the Jacksonville event was a regional. Qualifier for the October final in Vegas top prize for that. Twenty five grand and, its players really train hard for this, they're considered professionals. As I said five figures. Can be very common and, this is streamed live and the audience on twitch can reach up. To three hundred eighty million people. On twitch, streaming you could hear the gunshots in the background and the the Yeah there was a guess, at one point there was a razor red laser dot briefly that was on a competitor sweatshirt before the camera angles switch back to. The, video, game and then those dozen gunshots rang out was, that, competitor hit or not. There were people, who were in the room who. Said they heard this pop sound, the seemed it was gunshots and they just thought to run there. Was another gamer who said he was just eighteen setup bullet hit him in the thumb and he tweeted out life can be cut short in the second. I'll never take. Anything for granted, and that was it they you know he ran down the the street so they're trying to piece it together and figure out what a possible motive could. Be in this scenario for this for this David Katz
"sedona arizona" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Yeah, the Sunday, she climb all the way into the low nineties with some sunshine isolated thunderstorms may pop up this evening, then dry overnight the low seventy seven, partly cloudy and hot Monday with a high of ninety three there. Maybe the -cational thunderstorm and some rain may fall early Tuesday. Otherwise, partly cloudy with high close to ninety from the Weather Channel. I'm Jeff marr WLS AM eight ninety with another update in thirty minutes. Special report Senator. John McCain has died, McCain passed away yesterday afternoon surrounded by his family at his home in Sedona, Arizona, with the rise of Donald Trump, McCain's Republican party started to change and he did not shy away from sharply criticizing the president, especially on issues like national security. The president offered his condolences, tweeting my deepest sympathies and respect. Go out to the family of Senator John McCain, our hearts and prayers are with you. In Sedona, Arizona. I'm Karen McCain has asked his former political opponents, George W Bush and Barack Obama to speak at his funeral. He has asked President Trump, not to attend McCain, had been held as a prisoner of war for five years in Vietnam. He served two, terms in the house of representatives before being elected, to. The Senate in nineteen eighty six on Friday his, family announced that he had ended his treatment for an aggressive. Form of brain cancer John, McCain called the irreplaceable, American by the Washington Post this morning dead that Eighty-one I'm Christopher cruise Six children. And two adults died when a fire raced through their Chicago home overnight the fire department says. No smoke detectors have been founded the home buyer Commissioner Jose Santiago says the fire began in a second story apartment.
"sedona arizona" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A dot ORG Special report Senator John McCain has died McCain died, yesterday afternoon surrounded by his family at his home in Sedona Arizona he was eighty. One with the rise of Donald Trump McCain's Republican. Party started to. Change and he did not shy away from sharply criticizing the president is specially on issues like national. Security the president offered his condolences tweeting my deepest, sympathies and respect go, out to the family of. Senator John McCain, our hearts and prayers are with you in Sedona. Arizona I'm Karen j McCain has asked his former political opponents George W Bush and Barack Obama to speak at his funeral he has asked President. Trump not to attend McCain had been held as a prisoner of war for five years in Vietnam and tortured Easter two terms. In the house of representatives before being elected to the Senate in nineteen Eighty-six on Friday his family announced he had ended his treatment for an aggressive form of. Brain cancer he'd been diagnosed in July, twenty seventeen special report I'm Christopher cruise News and I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg. World headquarters in China, ride hailing company Devi Hsueh-sheng says it will suspend a car pool service and. Has removed two executives this after a second female customer. In three months was allegedly killed by a driver in China in Italy Italian prime. Minister just epi Conti says his government can't adhere. To e. u. budget rules, this well announcing more than one. Hundred migrants who have been held for days aboard, a coast guard vessel at a Sicilian port are, being. Allowed to get. Off the ship Albanian and Ireland will, each take twenty migrants from the ship while. The Italian bishops. Conference we'll take one hundred, the yield curve is, becoming more of a worry for economists the gap between two and ten year note yields shrank below nineteen basis points on Friday that's the narrowest since two thousand seven and that's the last, time the curve was in Burton well some policymakers have worried over the recession signals. And inverted curve has historically sent traders still see. A Federal Reserve Irv rate hike next month as very likely though they are reluctant to, figure on a fourth rate increase this year investors will soon get a look at the, government's latest estimate of US economic growth Bloomberg's Vinny Del Judas. Reports revised government data will, probably show second quarter. GDP growth close to the initial estimate of four point one. Percent the fastest patient twenty fourteen consumer spending and business investment played a key role in. The game the report is set for. Wednesday looking at the current quarter the third quarter the. Atlanta, Fed's popular GDP now estimate points to. Even faster growth four point six percent. And he chewed ice Bloomberg radio Are. Read nineteen sixty two. Ferrari two fifty GTO sold for forty eight point four million dollars yesterday in California that's the most ever paid for. A classic car at auction global news twenty four hours a day on air. Hand it, ticked up on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred, journalists and analysts, in.
John McCain, Disney and Walt Disney World discussed on
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U.S. judge rejects Trump directives easing ability to fire federal workers
"Senator John McCain has passed away the maverick Republican had just announced that he was stopping treatment for. An aggressive form of brain cancer he began treatment last July and has. Been absent from Washington since December he reportedly spent his final, days, at his, ranch near Sedona Arizona Arizona governor Doug Ducey said he and his wife had the opportunity to spend time with John and Cindy McCain in may our. Prayers and hurts or with them as I know all of Arizona's our entire, family McCain was a retired navy captain.
"sedona arizona" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"All the hate to claim enlightenment but they started showing up more for me when i went to sedona arizona on a sixmonth spiritual sabbatical and of course sedona has all sorts of portals and bortex is and everything and that's when the light came on and that's when the lights started showing up the rainbow like beings and and or that's pretty dramatic and the same with grace is is is grace tuned in is that why she's getting these great pictures i believe so gracious extremely spiritual not religious and has been reading metaphysical books on the internet for years and and just started photographing the orbs in about two thousand and six but you know she reads books like from the masters of the far east and they could manifest out of thin air so she's just she's got a lot of faith and she's just a very gentle soul and i think too she's a messenger and one other person that i know of one of her friends has been able to duplicate her methods these objects apparently have disarmed missiles they have been seen above crop formations let's talk about that when we come back in a moment elizabeth if you would spell out your website for everybody pardon me living light beings l i v i n g l i g h t e i n g s dot com part we've got this linked up for you at coast to coast am dot com and a couple of her books at lantis risen ufo's and orbs and living light illuminated volume one we will be back with more in a moment right here on coast to coast am do you have a photo that you think would interest the coast to coast audience we're always on the hunt for unique and unusual images for our photo gallery to submit your image simply go to coast to coast am.
"sedona arizona" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"So sorrow speaks often about interpreting vibrations would term vibrations his followers claim to be able to interpret and internalize the vibrations he puts out and they feel that a lot of the content or the message or the enlightenment that he is conveying comes from these vibrations more so than maybe me the actual words in this quote should be on the jacket of his first book it is you are a vibrator and you are a vibrator and you're vibe okay no that is that is a verbatim quote there but he said that to me slug him in a way he's kinda right guys all of our energy just it's just vibrating it's true physical matter is relatively losing can we talk a little about sedona and just the scene in sedona like not with too much detail but just in case anyone's not familiar and i really wish i'd had a is to talk to our co worker julie douglas who just did kind of a tour of that part of the country but sedona arizona is kind of ground zero for a lot of this new age teachings and self betterment through self actualization and yoga and they're all of these different retreats and it is a a really rife with these kinds of gurus and what makes it interesting to us is that it feels like a new approach to this kind of thinking or those kind of recruitment or and i'm sure it's a it's alga mation of startup culture which leads to the other thing.
"sedona arizona" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Have a pretty good sense like i'm interested in some of the success stories but i'm also interested in you know what you've learned about the psychology in the you know kind of emotional component that circulates around healthy eating habits what works what doesn't like what is it that is tripping people up the most door creates the most challenge for people trying to live better and embraced this way of living um well the biggest challenges always yourself right euro is your biggest hurdle and once you can like um get past that you that's huge but um yeah if you've had a heart attack if like if you're in pain in your up against the wall that choices easier but what if you're just you know and i don't feel good i'm like i'm just i'm heavy on lethargic but you're not quite at that point yeah yeah we so i just i just did a merge and with eighty eighty two people in sedona arizona and um most of these people are there they're overweight they're sick they're they're not doing well um and they've seen the other forks overnight or what the health or one of these documentaries and i think they realize that something about you know this these documentaries or they've red prevent reverse or one of my books are like something about this resonates with me but i gotta just figure out how to do it and um and so that's what i mean that's what we try and do at these emergence we try and basically show people that not only the you know why they want to do it but also how to do it and uh but um.
"sedona arizona" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"On friday john mccain announced that he will once again vote against repeal of the affordable care act once again disappointing his fellow republicans and president trump in a statement he said i believe we could do better working together republicans and democrats and have not yet really tried nor could i support it without knowing how many people will be helped or hurt by it and so the senator from arizona has lived up to his reputation as a maverick and a fighter mccain who survive torture and solitary confinement during his five and a half years as a pow in vietnam on is now at eighty one in a second fight for his life this time against leo blast on a deadly an unforgiving brain cancer so he invited us to his wrench just outside of sedona arizona 24 anchors of old growth trees the family of hawks in a ripple increase ready that is dr burma likes to swimming no i'm wondering if one you up here if it's like medicine zaire puts everything perspective he and his wife cindy have raised four children they have survived two grueling presidential campaign's a battle against melanoma and now this you're taking both radiation and chemotherapy you'll look terrific how is it's possible i feel i feel fine and i'm eating everything that she makes me which none of which is is any good spend it on criteria to feeding pupil weather under the situation it has to taste lousy who has been through so much mean that torture and the eu will put in solitary confinement he's always been the indestructible man crashed to airplane crash and two airplanes and walked away his historians indestructible man to you i'm still in disbelief exactly has harp and cancer tells the wrong guy concern that can happen here how are you the term in to stay in the arena senator mccain has resumed his duties in washington i got had never know it but he starts his days with cuma win radiation and then heads to a full day of work come on guys including chairing hearings of.
"sedona arizona" Discussed on KTRH
"Here it's true and it's real and one of the things that makes us different from the visitors is they live between these worlds whereas we live bold off from our own dead and this species will never be it will never be oh and the evil to reach a whole potential as a species of conscious creatures who we are able to walk back and forth between the on the across a bridge between as any could it living in what we call the dead freely and that is that is our goal to further that ambition it it in this will be our last book uh we're we're working on together now quote the bridge order when a great book that's going to be does she kind of describe what the other side is like she says the water fascinating thing from one of the most interesting ones as i said what are we we looked quite to you and she said quickly we can see you clearly and it looks like everyone is intentionally ignoring a har which i thought was the most fascinating thing i've ever heard about that because there's so much of what she says is so original one it's like that you know it's not something i ever would have dreamed up myself uh and she also said about her so she said i am not an any more i'm me but i will always be an preview it can't get much better than that wetli no it was remarkable because i understood and you often when she said something you understand more than the word so i understood that she was saying that she was she has a whole lot of life in her memory now and an is one of the memories of the many memories that she possesses of lives the chiefly maybe here and maybe elsewhere i don't know but that when i come to her she will always identify herself to me as a fan let's take some calls euphoria toward the remaining time that we've got let us go to blair and sedona arizona welcome to the show hi blair good to have you back i george of mr strieber eccentric and you're talk about and i it seemed like are the thank you might be working on i'm guessing they tech now a you where we actually bridge the world awake at communicate directly it's very simple technology there.
"sedona arizona" Discussed on KELO
"Here it's true and it's real and one of the things that makes us different from the visitors is the live between these worlds whereas we loop old off from our own dead and this species will never be home uh it will never be oh and be able to reach its full potential as a species of conscious creatures who we are able to walk a back and forth between the on the across the bridge between as any put it the living in what we call over there did freely and that is that is our goal to further that ambition in it in this which will be our last book uh which we're working on together now across the bridge order when a great book that's going to be this she kind of describe what the other side his like she says the water fascinating things but one of the most interesting ones as i said what are we to weed look quite to you and she said quickly we can see you clearly and it looks like everyone is intentionally ignoring us ha which i thought was the most fascinating thing i've ever heard about that because there's so much of what she says is so original in it like that you know it's not something i ever would have dreamed up myself uh and she oh who said about her so she said i am not an any more me but i will always be an for you it can't get much better than that widely no it was remarkable because i understood you often when she said something you understand more than the word them i understood that she was saying that she was she has a whole lot of life in her memory now and an is one of the memories of the many memories that she possesses of lives but chiefly be here navy elsewhere i don't know but that when i come to her she will always identify herself to me as a fan let's take some calls euphoria toward the remaining time that we've god let us go to blair and sedona arizona welcome to the show hi blair good to have you back i george missed history where its interest in your talk about and i think like are the thank you might be working.