19 Burst results for "Sepla"
"sepla" Discussed on Let's Talk Addiction & Recovery
"So a lot of the deaths that we continue to see most recently are related to the use of Sentinel or sentinel or that type of potent. Substance being added with other substances that people are using in a way that's where they're unaware in terms of stimulant used disorder. We've continued to see that climb here at the Betty Ford Center stimulant use oftentimes will follow a wave or an epidemic of an Arco narcotic use or an opiate use epidemic like what we've been in recently So we continue to see the stimulus go up and methamphetamine continue to go up. There was some laws passed earlier in the two thousands that diminish that temporarily but production just tends to shift trends shift for variety of reasons, perception of harm access costs. are usually primary factors and So we've seen a resurgence of stimulant uses as a result, and of course, we always talk about drugs and we real off marijuana and methamphetamines and cocaine and all those other ones. But then there's alcohol yeah and what are you? What are you experience here as administrator of the Betty Ford Center in terms of patients who come to us with an alcohol use disorder alcohol use disorder continues to be the primary, really diagnosis for individuals that we treat. So in spite of the opium used epidemic the OPIOID epidemic, it's a lot of press and rightfully. So because people are dying right but they're dying work. In quickly right with alcohol it might be a more prolonged process but it's still the most common you brought up marijuana or cannabis a few moments ago oftentimes people. Confuse or inflate issues around legalisation, but legal doesn't equal safe. And the issues of addiction are really issues that are irrespective of of legality right I can become addicted I can lose control through progressive brain changes that impact with my genetics and my my personal experience regardless of the substance, right? All different substances can have that impact. It's really still about addiction and how do we help people suffering from this chronic and you know terrible medical condition but a condition is treatable and I want to end on. That note because I think you you really sort of hit it that at the end of the day, it is about addiction and it is about how we help people who are struggling with addiction. So we know from these podcasts and talking to experts like you and Dr Sepla and Jerry. Moe. And lots of other people who are associated with this organization and we know through these podcasts that people tune in because they themselves want help but they know somebody who needs help. So in wrapping it up here today. Chris. What would be your message for somebody who's listening to this podcast today an and doesn't know what to do about the problem. Yeah my message is usually inconsistently one of hope in that case, I, mean, what does a person need? I? Mean if you ask the question, what is addiction? I you know I can provide technical definitions but I also think about the stories of people who are hurting early on in my career I remember this this young girl in front of me she was probably seventeen years old at the time she had started experimenting with cannabis or WanNa freshmen in high school moved to pills and a variety of medications And then developed a opioid opiate use disorder was using heroin your junior senior year in high.
Evolving Care and Closing the Access Gap to Addiction Treatment
"I'm your host William Moyers today I'm proud to introduce our guest president and CEO mark. MIC welcome mark thank you. You well I'm glad to be glad you're here too hard to believe. You've been the presidency now for twelve years. It's amazing time flies when you're having a good time. And of course we look back on retrospective, but we want to look forward here in the future of of addiction treatment and here we are at the Betty Ford Center in the winter of two, thousand and twenty. And this podcast, hopefully we'll have a nice long shelf life, so we'll have to look out even further than just the next couple of weeks. But what do you see in the years ahead? When when it relates to what we at Hazelton? Betty, Ford, we'll be delivering in terms of treatment. Well it. It's a great question There will be I. think tremendous changes coming in the field. In the clinical model in the way we deliver care and I think we're GONNA. See A lot of change has to do with virtual care and telehealth now virtual care are telehealth spin around for many many years, and it's been delivered in a lot of different settings. What hasn't happened, though is the treatment world the treatment of substance use disorders hasn't. Hasn't really grabbed onto. It the way it's going to happen. In the future the the population that's coming up the young, the young men and women who will be moving into work will be suffering from substance use disorders in the future have a very different way of approaching the world than when I do. They use their phones they. They user devices. They are comfortable on them, and so how we meet them meter patients where they're at in the future part of that has to be that we are very good at and understand what parts of the care that we deliver can be delivered virtually what parts of the care that we deliver can be delivered over a telephone How can our? Our patients access content access lectures on demand. That's going to be really critically important going forward so that so that's one thing that's going to happen the second thing that's going to happen. Is that I really do believe we're in a stage now where we're gonNA, have a real shaking out of the field I think that because of the. Requirements to invest in Electronics Isla chronic health record to invest in virtual care to upgrade your facilities to participate in health insurance. A lot of the treatments centers out. There won't be able to do that. They don't have the capital to do it. They don't have the the expertise to be able to move into the insurance world and so I. Think we're going to see A. A lot of centers that are going to close or merge with that'll do for us is GonNa to put even a heavier demand for our services. We are going to see as we're seeing today. a continued escalation of people coming to us for Karen, service, so this organization going to need to invest in of all things, bricks and mortar. There's no question about it. and And we've got a plan here. For the Betty Ford Center we've got plants throughout the Organization for the next five years, but looking well into the future people attending treatment in person is not going away. It's the preferred modality you know. Addiction is a disease of isolation, so people need whenever possible the Common Person and so there'll be a high demand on our on our sites to be able to provide more and more care, no question about it. One of the things that's happened in the evolution of the way we deliver cares. There has been a surge under your leadership in outpatient. Can you talk more about the role? That outpatient will play in the future? Sure our our chief medical officer Dr Marvin. Sepla told me when I first. First started here that ninety percent of the people who get care for a substance use disorder do it on an outpatient basis. And at that time we really had no outpatient services. So I'm pleased to say. Today's sitting here this morning. About of four patients three of them are getting services on an outpatient basis in the organization in one out of four are getting on A. A residential basis, and that's the way that it should be so outpatient is critically important for access for people to be able to Get Care in their neighborhoods where they live for an affordable price, and that's what outpatient patient allows us to do.
"sepla" Discussed on Let's Talk Addiction & Recovery
"I'm your host William Lawyers and today, joining us is Dr. Martin Sepla the chief. Chief medical officer, the Hazel. Betty Ford Foundation Welcome MARV thinks in good to be here. Nice to have you with us again here at the Betty Ford. Center on this podcast, and it's rather appropriate that our topic for today is talking about the collaboration with the Mayo. Clinic on a couple of studies which I want you to talk about, but I think it's interesting that. This collaborations with Mayo Clinic and that's where a lot of your story comes from. It sure does I was I got sober. While was working at the Mayo Clinic after high school actually before I graduated from high school because I dropped out and I was working there. And and able to get my diploma once I got so. They didn't really I told her department. I haven't graduated, but. nobody else, really new in the lab work. So, somehow I, still get a job without a high school diploma while in was. Absolutely influenced to go into medicine while working there and addiction medicine. No. I wanted to be a cardiac surgeon because I worked with cardiovascular research lab, and the primary person who influenced me was a Brazilian cardiac surgeon and. He he? We would be doing surgery on these animals and he'd tell me all these stories of healing. From his work, and this is just want to be like. Was My goal. So. Cardiac surgeon than halfway through medical school back at mail. I still had that plan in doing clinical rotations and all these patients had. And or other type of diction, and I had identify that and bring it up with my attending the physician on staff, the residents and they would listen to me and then tell you we're not gonNA do anything about that Mar.. And we didn't put it in the chart. We didn't refer people for care for consultation. Nothing and it was often the cause of the hospitalization. We're doing nothing about it and I was complaining about this at A. Meeting ended weekly in after a few weeks, these two doctors in the meeting took me aside one night and said. Mark you've got to quit bitching about this and do something about it. Kind opened my eyes defensibility. His actually that discussion the..
"sepla" Discussed on Let's Talk Addiction & Recovery
"Hello and welcome to let's talk an award. Winning series of podcast produced and delivered by the Hazelton. Betty Ford Foundation. Each podcast focuses on a topic related to addiction to alcohol and other drugs from prevention, research, treatment, current events, advocacy, and of course recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs. I'm your host William Lawyers and today, joining us is Dr. Martin Sepla the chief. Chief medical officer, the Hazel. Betty Ford Foundation Welcome MARV thinks in good to be here. Nice to have you with us again here at the Betty Ford. Center on this podcast, and it's rather appropriate that our topic for today is talking about the collaboration with the Mayo. Clinic on a couple of studies which I want you to talk about, but I think it's interesting that. This collaborations with Mayo Clinic and that's where a lot of your <hes> story comes from. It sure does I was I got sober. While was working at the Mayo Clinic after high school actually before I graduated from high school because I dropped out and I was working there. And <HES> and able to get my diploma once I got so. They didn't really I told her department. I haven't graduated, but. <hes> nobody else, really new in the lab work. So, somehow I, still get a job without a high school diploma while in was. Absolutely influenced to go into medicine while working there and addiction medicine. No. I wanted to be a cardiac surgeon because I worked with <hes> cardiovascular research lab, and the primary person who influenced me was a Brazilian cardiac surgeon and. He he? We would be doing surgery on these animals and he'd tell me all these stories of healing. From his work, and this is just want to be like. Was My goal. So. Cardiac surgeon than halfway through medical school back at mail. <hes>. I still had that plan in doing clinical rotations and all these patients had. And or other type of <hes> diction, and I had identify that and bring it up with my attending the physician on staff, the residents and they would listen to me and then tell you we're not gonNA do anything about that Mar.. And we didn't put it in the chart. We didn't refer people for care for consultation. Nothing and it was often the cause of the hospitalization. We're doing nothing about it and I was complaining about this at A. Meeting ended weekly in after a few weeks, these two doctors in the meeting took me aside one night and said. Mark you've got to quit bitching about this and do something about it. Kind opened my eyes defensibility. His actually that discussion the. resulted in me, going into psychiatry and folk. Specializing in addiction, we're. We're glad that you did. Aged now it has. And did you ever think that the day would come? When the Hazel Betty Ford Foundation would be collaborating with male. <hes> you know I didn't I'd hoped so all along, but it just didn't have an didn't Evans I kinda lost. Hope about though here. We are doing it to studies. Tell us about him. Yeah, so we're doing. <hes> an NIH grant funded study that we partnered with Mayo clinic onto study of Medication for alcohol. Use Disorders, the medicines that camper sate. Hardly gets used because it only works for about ten percent of people, <hes> alcohol use disorder. So for me as attack. It's hard to convince myself to prescribe it to somebody and especially hard to convince him to take it because it works so infrequently you know and nine out of ten. It doesn't work for but. There's always this <hes> underlying thought that it must be a genetic sub type of alcoholics. So that respond to. So we've decided with. Mayo is to find out if that's true, because <hes> one of the main researchers there who I actually knew. Since I worked in that lab as a kid <hes> Dick, wind chill bomb, he helped develop technologies for examining <hes> genetic and metabolic biomarkers, which are just kind of. The human genome of testing that to see if <hes> an individual's going to respond to medicine or not, but also these metabolic biomarkers are just normal metabolic byproducts floating around our blood, so we can take simple blood test. And check it out to see <hes> who responsive medicine and who doesn't as a result of determining that. We put it into artificial intelligence computers to to examine the <hes>, the characteristics of those bio markers, and those who respond versus those who don't.
New Frontiers in Addiction Medicine
"Hello and welcome to let's talk an award. Winning series of podcast produced and delivered by the Hazelton. Betty Ford Foundation. Each podcast focuses on a topic related to addiction to alcohol and other drugs from prevention, research, treatment, current events, advocacy, and of course recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs. I'm your host William Lawyers and today, joining us is Dr. Martin Sepla the chief. Chief medical officer, the Hazel. Betty Ford Foundation Welcome MARV thinks in good to be here. Nice to have you with us again here at the Betty Ford. Center on this podcast, and it's rather appropriate that our topic for today is talking about the collaboration with the Mayo. Clinic on a couple of studies which I want you to talk about, but I think it's interesting that. This collaborations with Mayo Clinic and that's where a lot of your story comes from. It sure does I was I got sober. While was working at the Mayo Clinic after high school actually before I graduated from high school because I dropped out and I was working there. And and able to get my diploma once I got so. They didn't really I told her department. I haven't graduated, but. nobody else, really new in the lab work. So, somehow I, still get a job without a high school diploma while in was. Absolutely influenced to go into medicine while working there and addiction medicine. No. I wanted to be a cardiac surgeon because I worked with cardiovascular research lab, and the primary person who influenced me was a Brazilian cardiac surgeon and. He he? We would be doing surgery on these animals and he'd tell me all these stories of healing. From his work, and this is just want to be like. Was My goal. So. Cardiac surgeon than halfway through medical school back at mail. I still had that plan in doing clinical rotations and all these patients had. And or other type of diction, and I had identify that and bring it up with my attending the physician on staff, the residents and they would listen to me and then tell you we're not gonNA do anything about that Mar.. And we didn't put it in the chart. We didn't refer people for care for consultation. Nothing and it was often the cause of the hospitalization. We're doing nothing about it and I was complaining about this at A. Meeting ended weekly in after a few weeks, these two doctors in the meeting took me aside one night and said. Mark you've got to quit bitching about this and do something about it. Kind opened my eyes defensibility. His actually that discussion the. resulted in me, going into psychiatry and folk. Specializing in addiction, we're. We're glad that you did. Aged now it has. And did you ever think that the day would come? When the Hazel Betty Ford Foundation would be collaborating with male. you know I didn't I'd hoped so all along, but it just didn't have an didn't Evans I kinda lost. Hope about though here. We are doing it to studies. Tell us about him. Yeah, so we're doing. an NIH grant funded study that we partnered with Mayo clinic onto study of Medication for alcohol. Use Disorders, the medicines that camper sate. Hardly gets used because it only works for about ten percent of people, alcohol use disorder. So for me as attack. It's hard to convince myself to prescribe it to somebody and especially hard to convince him to take it because it works so infrequently you know and nine out of ten. It doesn't work for but. There's always this underlying thought that it must be a genetic sub type of alcoholics. So that respond to. So we've decided with. Mayo is to find out if that's true, because one of the main researchers there who I actually knew. Since I worked in that lab as a kid Dick, wind chill bomb, he helped develop technologies for examining genetic and metabolic biomarkers, which are just kind of. The human genome of testing that to see if an individual's going to respond to medicine or not, but also these metabolic biomarkers are just normal metabolic byproducts floating around our blood, so we can take simple blood test. And check it out to see who responsive medicine and who doesn't as a result of determining that. We put it into artificial intelligence computers to to examine the the characteristics of those bio markers, and those who respond versus those who
"sepla" Discussed on Are You Just Watching?
"Four ten says just as each one has received a gift. Use it to serve others as good stewards of the varied grace of God. And you know even if it's nonbelievers out there that's still what they're doing is they're using their gifts to serve and It's it's good to see well one of the things that comes out really interesting about this movie as we have both stated neither of US heard Togo. But we'd both all while both had heard of Balto before this it turns out that Balto got the credit for a very interesting reason number one. He was the one of the lead dogs on the less lead brought the serum into nome and so the dog was named Fox and the journalist onsite thought that people would think that one of the lead dogs was actually a Fox and so he decided to use Balto as the picture of the triumphant victory of getting the serum into dome and so he took a picture of Balto and made a big deal about him and he was just really one of two lead dogs that brought the finals. The final run not saying that he didn't undergo some tough road right. You know in fact. I think they said that that last team ran through storm to get to nome so it wasn't like they had an easy road. Nobody had heard of Togo and Togo ran so much further than bolted and in fact he nearly died. He was in very bad shape at the end of his run. They had to recuperate in one of the way stations and according to the movie. I don't know how true this was. But he basically had to walk to go home he couldn't because Tokyo did not win. forego his position as Lee dog but he was to weaken in hurting too much to actually pull the sled and so he had to walk him the rest of the distance home after the. You know the mission was complete. It was a situation where he this. Dear dog owner had put his dog in harm's way and literally thought he'd run him to death and he didn't get any credit for it and Baltica all the credit for it and I was thinking about. How important is it that we get the credit? We deserve which one little point of fact that most people kind of leave out. Is that though the driver? That of the team that Balto lead bringing the serum in was was not SEPLA. The dogs that were on that team persepolis dogs so Balto actually belonged to Sepah and Toko was just his choice he had a whole bunch of Docs. He raised dogs. That's what he did. He raised in and train dogs for sledding that was his job and so he had bunches of dogs and it was constance who actually picked out the team that had Balto and Fox in the lead and For that final run and they were separate dogs but he was very upset. The TOKO didn't get the recognition. Even though Balto was his dog did get the recognition. So I just thought that was an interesting point effect but I think that sometimes we get as Christians too hung up on getting credit for things and I am probably the first one to as my hand and say this is me mea culpa. I'm at fault for this. I like to be recognized. I think most of us like to be recognized when we do things right. But in Matthew six one through four it says be careful not to practice your righteousness in front of others to be seen by them. Otherwise you have no reward with your father in heaven so whenever you give to. The poor. Don't sound a trumpet before you as the Hypocrites do in the synagogues and on the streets to be applauded by people truly I tell you they have their reward when you give to the poor. Don't let your left hand at your right hand is doing so that you're giving maybe in secret and your father. Who Sees in secret will reward you? I actually memorized sermon on the mount a long time ago. And this was one of my favorite passages just remind myself over and over again. That what we do doesn't have to be seen by men that God can give us the credit that we need and deserve Through our salvation and through our rewards in heaven. I is isn't necessary for people to recognize. Sent us the good that we do in the world and you know when we do get credit when we when we get the earthly credit when we're recognized for doing something good that serves. God's purpose to were. We are getting that credit because he intends for us to get that credit so we need to accept when we do and when we don't proverbs sixteen nine says a person's our plans his way but the Lord determined steps so whether whether or not we're recognized for what we have done it's God's will that happens I mean let's face it. That's what being sovereign means. Yeah but when we get the credit it's so we can bring glory to Jeremiah nine. Twenty three twenty four. I have this one posted on my wall This is what the Lord says. The wise person should not boast in his wisdom. The strong should not boast in his straight. The wealthy should not boast in his wealth but the one who boasts boast in this that he understands and knows me that I am the Lord Showing Faithful Love Justice and righteousness on the Earth for I delight in these things. This is the large declaration and Ito. Paul Echoes Echoes that later in the New Testament when he says that all the all the things that he is our like trash compared to God you know and he counted all his nothing because he wants to boast in the salvation of Christ and that should always be our our our post should always be. This is what has done for me. This is Christ work in me. I did not me Lord. But you should always be our our motto. Of course it is a little different when you think about it with Sepulveda and Toko because it didn't necessarily want the fame for himself but he was upset that his dog didn't get the credit so it wasn't like he was looking for credit for himself was more of an injustice thing. Yeah before we finish up on this episode. I do WANNA touch briefly on the characterization of Togo in this movie one of the things they do in this movie is Kinda show. The back story of how? Togo wormed his way into supple his heart because he was kind of a demon puppy. It was Kinda like this. Everything he did was just seem so mischievous and wrong and he himself out of his pin and he'd break windows and even says at what point Saint Francis of Assisi which you just talking. Because he's just a major annoyance he's like skits in the in the way everything and he makes it just how how much destruction. This dog causes. yeah. I know there's dramatic license. But there's a scene where he's walking across the shelf in a workroom that he's been locked in and take himself out of his pin. Yep and just like every every workbench in America. It's got glass jars of screw slide up on the shelf and as he's walking across his show fees knock it off each class jar and it's just crash crash crash crash crash just. I was like oh I was ready to shoot the dog and then there was the scene. Where which a lot of these when you look at the historical story. They said that these things really happen. Like one of the ways. He tries to get rid of the dog as he sells him to a woman who wants to guard dog and a house pet as a guard dog kind of thing and the Togo literally goes through a glass window to get out of the House and breaks the glass window and goes running all the way back to SEPLA. Well the the end of the movie. They make a point of drawing this conclusion whether it was the true conclusion from real life. But this is what comes to the realization. That Togo's wasn't really A master sled dog because he was bred to be a flood dock. It was because he he truly was devoted to supple. He loved Sepla in he was willing to do anything to just be with. Sepla and so of course. The movie ends with him. Being you know week we just kind of retired together and gave him A. You know a quiet life where he sired puppies reason and just hung out with US equipped pulling sleds. And that's the happy ending wasn't quite that way in real life but the point was that in the movie was that they realize that Tokyo just wanted to be Sepla and so they just gave him that in no longer making him a work but just to be with Ebola and I was thinking about that in in this is not of course a perfect metaphor for our trust in Christ because I think it depends on Togo a lot more than cry. God depends on us so it's not really a sipple but we have a very special relationship with our master and Christ is the one that we should be so devoted to that. We are willing to go through anything to be with him and I think sometimes we lack that kind of devotion for Christ is like I think especially Western Christianity. We've become so comfortable that we don't We don't we don't foresee hardship and toil and pain as being trials that make us stronger in our faith instead. We cry about them and and get upset about them in and we don't see how we're growing spiritually through them. And so in Togo went through a lot of pain and toil to stay with Sepulveda and to be devoted to him and I think that we should have some of that desire ourselves and in dealing with but dealing with our master who is Christ. I mean as Christians. We are called to be servants of God and servants. Don't necessarily have easy lives and we can't expect our lives to be easy because we're following Christ in fact I do. I do want to bring this up because this was an interesting fact. That was highlighted at the end of the movie right before the credits that Tokyo's devotion was so important that they literally started a breed from his stock. So there's the Zeppelin. Siberian Husky is based on Tokyo Stock. I mean He. He sired puppies and his later life and he. His devotion was passed on to generations. There they said that the the Sepah Siberian Husky is valued because it does create such devoted dogs that are just willing to go the extra mile and and just really form these really intense bonds with their masters. And that's that should be what we are as as Christians. We should have that intense bond with Christ. I mean we talk about devotion devotion to Christ but I kings eight versus sixteen. Sixty one mentioned being wholeheartedly devoted and A re read that in a second. But that's what we see. In Togo is the wholehearted devotion and what the verse says Versus Sayer? May All the peoples of the earth. Note that Lord is God. There is no other be wholeheartedly. Devoted to the Lord our God to walk in his statutes and to keep his commands as it is today and that wholehearted devotion is is pictured is reflected in Togo's devotion to supple and Even in the words of Christ if anyone comes to me and does not hate his own father or mother wife and children brothers and sisters yes even his own life he cannot be my disciple and obviously doesn't mean that you need to love your parents and become a hermit. Yeah but what it means. Is You have to love God. You have to love your savior more. And that's a hard thing to do it very hard thing. Yes it is. We see that in not only the devotion of Togo in the movie but in the dogs that we at that we have our feet the dogs that are in our houses. They are totally devoted even in their disobedience when they chew up the cow. Cher- you know road and compare shoes. They're still totally devoted. And that's the kind of devotion That's of Pale reflection of the kind of devotion that we should be showing God. 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"sepla" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"I remember when I was negotiating with the e three on trying to fix the deficiencies of the Iran nuclear deal. This this was a regular topic of the needs to be does igniting. has bought in its entirety entirety. Very pleased to see that came in that stuff so so the political organization of Lebanon is somehow included in the JCP. KOA The nuclear deal for Iran. You see how convoluted this gets when they start. Just broadly saying these guys are Iran. Old Hezbollah is Ron right Hezbollah. Who are on like I? I literally just saw CNN. Call the WHO these. I mean they're still pretending like the WHO deserves Iran proxies despite the fact that Ezra himself literally stood up and said that's not true very recently I covered on this show. He said they're an independent group. They're not being involved. He they they call it why because it suited their agenda in that moment not real key ignoring for the moment that countered their the entire narrative for why they're still continuing to illegally murder people in Yemen. But of course right just because Lebanon. They're all it's all tied together. It doesn't make sense. It's a broad overarching agenda for a to topple the Iranian government again. That's all this really comes down to. And if you remember the discussion of the Iran nuclear deal that we've God numerous times on this show the which path to Persia document which may be off to rehash again in the next couple of weeks very clearly outlines the US government is planning winning with the Israeli government to create a deal. And then make it look like a ron broke that deal. How can that cannot be lost on people? Today that was before the J. C. O. J.. SEPLA was created and now we're here shocking.
"sepla" Discussed on Business Wars
"It's Wednesday instinct July nineteen sixty six in the bargain basement of Jimbo's flagship store in Manhattan pregnant young woman in a Paisley Maxi skirt exits the women's restroom and walks down the Middle Isle of the store as she nears the doors to the subway. She casually looks back as if to see if anyone has noticed her at that moment. Another shopper opens the door in front of her and the two women collide concerned. Onlookers rushed to the pregnant woman's aid and one of them gasps pointing at the woman's now lopsided baby bump she's heard the pregnant woman scrambles to her feet with remarkable agility. No I'm fine. Really really am fine. But then she spots a tall woman with a walkie talkie clip to her skirt striding purposefully towards her security with both hands the shoplifter yanks the bundle of lute from beneath her maxi and sprints for the doors disappearing into the underground passage leading to the Herald Square subway. A few days later chairman Bruce Kimball gets a firsthand look at the problem. That's eating away at his flagship stores. Prophets the stores chief. Detective Points to the doors leading to the subway and others leading to a pedestrian tunnel linked to Penn station Mr Gamble the basement has the highest shoplifting. Uplifting rate of any department in any store in the city it's like we have a sign that says carrying stolen Kimble's property this way out. Bruce doesn't laugh fifty three. He suntanned boyish but preoccupied. He's thinking about his father Bernie. Who has cancer you know? My father father came up with this outlandish idea. The subway store the first bargain-basement in the city. He used to come down here and wait for out-of-towners. Fresh schoff train still lugging their suitcases. He loved the look of wonder on their faces. The detective knows Bernie Gumbo. He's the famous Amos Gamble. The one who took big risks. Like taking on macy's in New York. Amazing Man Your father. I'm so sorry. He sick reuss lingers in the subway store Greece streaks the heavy glass doors scuff marks crisscrossed. The bottom of a checkout counter. Bruce knows this. Violates violates a sacred rule of retail the flagship stores your showcase if it looks rundown. Your brand suffers but updating herald square's bargain-basement. Men is just one project on a very long list. Gambles is overdue to build more suburban stores upgrade. Its merchandise recruit fresh executive talent at the same time. A new breed of discounters like corvettes and K. Mart are poised to siphon off customers by opening their doors in suburban Bourbon. Shopping hubs fashioned gambles is getting hammered on all fronts. Bruce wants to do something big to turn things around like his father did but he doesn't know what two months later Bernie Jimbo dies alone in grieving Bruce's more confused than ever. He knows if he doesn't act soon his family's business could go under Business wars is brought to you by the original movie. Togo streaming December twentieth only on Disney plus starring four-time four time Oscar nominee Willem Defoe Leonard. SEPLA Togo is the untold true story. That takes you across the treacherous terrain of the Alaskan Tundra for an exhilarating it'll rating and uplifting adventure. One that will test the strength courage and determination of one man and his lead sled dog Togo. When a deadly epidemic strikes the town of nome Alaska and the only cure is more than six hundred miles away? The town looks to champion dog sled trainer Leonard. SEPLA TO HELP TRANSPORT AN ANTI-TOXINS SARUM SEPLA turns to Togo and unassuming undersized an aging Siberian Husky to be his lead experienced the harrowing journey and witnessed. It's the heart of a survivor where the unbreakable bond between man and dog is the ultimate prize. Togo is available only on Disney new streaming service Disney plus the services available on a wide range of connected devices including gaming console streaming media players and smart. TV's visit Disney plus dot com to start streaming meaning today and start planning your next movie. Night Togo is streaming December twentieth only on Disney plus from wondering. I'm David Brown and this is business. Wars.
"sepla" Discussed on Dog Tales
"By January twenty when he first two more children had died from definitive diptheria cases. Dr Welsh knew that without a new batch of serum the disease would spread through gnome like a wildfire that same day he sent an urgent telegram to the. US Army Signal Corps for requesting an emergency diptheria serum delivery as the government scrambled to locate the nearest serum cash. Nome City City Council tackled another problem. How to get it there? The nearest railroad was in Nina. Six hundred seventy four miles goes to the east of nome and while there was a group of aviators willing to risk of flight the only planes available were older models with open. Cockpits pits with temperatures hovering around thirty below. Zero Alaska's governor wasn't willing to entrust the serum to such a risky venture ultimately the city council settled on the tried and true method of dog sledding. There was only one hitch. Normally the journey from Nana to nome took a Mushin team twenty five days to get the serum to nome faster after the council decided to get it there via relay one dog team would take the serum halfway from Nanna to known a second would meet them the and bring it back whoever drove the second team had to be an exceptional musher. They would have to get to the halfway point as quickly as possible. Then turn back around and head for GNOME at top speed. There was only one team for the job. Leonard Ed Sepulveda and Togo to make such a long haul Sepla decided to take twenty twenty of the thirty six. Huskies he had in his Kennel. Normally he wouldn't take so many dogs to carry such a light load however speed lead was of the essence. He and Togo needed all the help they could get. But even with such an urgent mission there was still still some dogs separate thought one up to the task. One of them was a six year. Old Dog named Balto. mm-hmm like Togo. Balto was a Siberian Husky. He was stuck here in Togo with black for everywhere except for a white chest and forelegs made it look like he was wearing socks. Although Balto was strong he wasn't particularly fast. He rarely ran with settlers principle teams and was mostly used for freight transportation with a big boxy body and a barrel chest Volta. It was always eager to work but SEPLA decided he would be sitting this one out. He needed his best dogs for the serum. Run BALTO wasn't one of them as SEPLA prepared his team for the long run ahead of them. A batch of serum was finally located in Anchorage on January twenty six. It was immediately sent on a northbound train to Nina. Once it arrived the serum run would would officially begin the morning of the twenty seventh Leonard. CEPA left nome the halfway point of the Lotto with Togo leading the way he would travel three hundred fifteen miles in just a few days and then turn around and do it all again. The weathe- was a bracing twenty degrees below zero. For many this temperature would be assigned to stay inside and drink hot chocolate by the fire. But for CEPA in Togo it was perfect sledding weather with clear skies and no wind the team set off on this sprint to the east as the sled skim through gnomes quiet streets. He's a crowd gathered to see Sepla off as Togo led the charge. GNOMES beleaguered residents couldn't help but feel a swell swell of hope if anyone could safely deliver the serum and Togo kings of the Alaskan Alaskan trail as they want hunched frame disappear in the distance. The cheering crowd quieted their hope. nope turned to fear as the full force of what lay ahead hit them. If the Diptheria Serum didn't reach nome the highly contagious disease would continue to spread unabated and as a deadly blizzard began to brew. Sepah and Togo I would have to use. Every ounce of their hard earned knowledge to survive the race coming up. Leonard Sapolu and Togo auto tested in ways. They never imagined now. Back to the story on. January Henry twenty-seventh nine hundred twenty five forty seven year old Leonard Sepah and his twelve year old dog Togo left from nome to participate in a massive massive dogs leading relay to transport a case of diptheria serum with no other way to get the medicine through the Alaskan Interior. It was up up to these brave rushes to save nome from being ravaged by this deadly disease but even if they got to the intended rendezvous do of Nolato them might not be any serum for them to pickup Leonard Sepah may have been the most accomplished Musher Alaska Oscar had ever known but the territory's governor knew that even he would struggle to complete the arduous six hundred and thirty mile round trip that that was asked of him if the serum was going to get to know SEPLA would need some help on January thirtieth more mushers were called to join the relay although Leonard supple would still take the most perilous leg other teams would help relieve his burden and instead of relaying the vials of serum villages and INS. They'd hand them off on the road instead. Head for ultimate expedients. One of the additional men called in to participate in the relay was settlers co worker forty two year old Ghana Carson. Before he left Sepah had given costs and permission to use his dogs. In case taste the mining company. They worked for needed anything if he did. Seth Lotto constant use a Siberian Husky named Fox as his lead dog. But kasin didn't like Fox he liked Balto source. Some of himself in Balto like Balto Causton was stuck doing menial work while Leonard. SEPLA became famous for his racing victories and speedy deliveries everyone in the Alaskan interior new new suppler and Togo while Qasim and Balto toiled in the background ignoring sepulchres advice. Khasan clipped Balto into the lead position on his gang line he had no idea how consequential that choice would be. As Sepah and Togo sped along the coast of the Bering Sea. They were unaware of the new strategy for the relay since it's time was of the essence the serum wouldn't be waiting for them. At a roadhouse. It would be latched onto an oncoming sled team. This team was racing to meet Sapolu and hand off the serum on the trail if Zappala decided to go off trail like wild bill Shannon had or if a snowstorm snowstorm reduce the visibility. The two teams could Possi- each other without knowing it. If that happened a far less experienced Russia Shah would be forced to undertake the most dangerous parts of the relay crossing the Norton. Sound the the same area where Sepah and his team would have died years before. Had it not been for Togo known as the Ice Factory Factory. The Norton sound posed huge risks to dog sledding teams in addition to its ever changing ice formations. The wind speed could reach up to seventy miles per hour on top of the risk of the wind flipping a sled and tossing dogs and men alike into the air. The powerful GAELS could could create a wind chill of an unfathomable one hundred degrees below zero when the temperatures drop that low. Oh a person's breath Confrrari's the moment. It leaves their lungs. If Sepah became stranded out on the sound in in such unfavourable conditions. He wouldn't loss long and early on the morning of January thirty first. A storm was brewing. Settlers team had already traveled nearly a hundred and seventy miles in a little over four days with the winds picking up. He knew it was only a matter of time until the Norton sound became impossible to navigate. If Sepah was forced forced to take the overland route it would increase the journey by at least a day but every day lost was another day diptheria gained and he decided to take the risk. It turned out to be the right decision.
"sepla" Discussed on Dog Tales
"Back to the story around may nineteen fourteen. Leonard Sepah was hired to take a prospector to a gold strike at dime creek. One hundred thirty four miles from nome because the prospector was in a rush separate. Couldn't afford to bring eight month old Togo along. He distract the other dogs too much. But Togo couldn't stand to be left behind the nine after separate departed. Togo broke free from his. Tether nome mm-hmm he cleared the seven foot fence surrounding the Kennel and took off after his master. The next morning SEPLA WOAH was shocked to see a little black streak running down the trail. It was Togo. Sepulveda grinned and then shook his head. He couldn't believe that Togo had made it this far but his amusement quickly turned to annoyance. Even though Togo had learned to avoid other dog sled teams. He was still a pest and a distraction to separate own dogs. Separate didn't have have time to waste on Togo's nonsense. The prospector had paid him. Good money to get to the Goldstrike as soon as possible with no other. The choice slipped a harness over Togo's head he puts him at the back of the team in will position back there. He couldn't do much damage and Sepah could keep an eye on him. But the moment separate clip Togo onto the line. Change came over the dog. All of a sudden Togo settled down his ears pricked up he worked with the other dogs keeping the tug blind taught and his is straight ahead. Togo's boundless energy had been channeled into relentless focus. cephlon looked at his dog in wonder he realized that Togo wasn't an out of Control Wild Child. He just behaved that way because he wanted to be part of the team and from that point on he was throughout that first day separate kept moving Togo up. The teams pecking order at first. Togo started in back with the wheel L. Dogs because they're so close to the sled we'll dogs must be extremely strong and even-tempered at forty six pounds. Togo wasn't big enough to be a wheel dog and besides he was too smart to be relegated to such a menial position after seeing Togo's proven focus SEPLA put him with the to swing dogs located directly behind the leader. Their job is to steer the sled. If they don't react correctly to the leaders movements the sled could veer off course off flip over. Togo excelled at that too. He was so good at navigating that separate decided to move Togo up one more spot to the leader position curious to see a how he do. Sepulcher Hanis Togo next to inexperience. Lead dog named Russky. Instead of following other dogs he'd be taking taking commands directly from SEPLA whether it was a left turn hall or right turn G. Togo was extremely receptive. Perceptive to settlers commands by the time the sunset they had run seventy five miles considering sled teams averaging about ten miles per hour and can only run for a few hours at a time. It was an incredible feat for an eight month. Old Puppy like Togo Kogo. He might have been young but Togo ran like a veteran. When he was honest he maintained laser focused focused on his tasks? He had an uncanny ability to size up obstacles and kept the other dogs on his team in check from that point on Togo was sepoys number. One dog his ride or die quite we literally over the next decade. CEPA always made sure to bring Togo along. If he had traverse dangerous terrain it was extremely really important for separate to have a lead dog he trusted with his life especially when he had to cross the deadly expense of the Norton Sound. Although crossing over this forty two mile stretch of sea. Ice could be a handy shortcut along the Alaskan coast it. It was extremely hazardous. Even a skilled martial like Leonard. Sepah would be out of luck if he got caught in the wrong circumstances circumstances one day. Sepulveda and Togo on a run that required them to cross the norton sound before they ventured onto the ice. The weather had been clear. But in the middle of the crossing. Sepulveda and Togo were hit. Hit by a sudden northeast gale. If the weather got any worse the ice could break up trapping them on the sound. Sepulveda ordered Togo to head for land but it was too late. Sepulveda and Togo became stranded on an ice floe and soon with floating into open water as the current carried them toward the Bering Sea. SEPLA had no choice but to hunker down and hope the wind brought then back to shore but after several hours nothing had changed sensing they were in trouble. The other dogs started ought to howl but Togo remained calm. All of a sudden he let out a low yelp they were drifting back towards the shore. Eventually the ice floe they were on drifted up to a piece of show fast ice but the current would only we carry their little ice flow so far there was still about five foot channel between death and salvation. Couldn't cross the gap but Togo could off tying Togo to a long lead. SEPLA Pella tossed him across the gap. The dog skittered onto the shore fast ice and strained against the lead with all of his mind the strategy she had worked with Sepulveda and the other dogs anchoring him Togo's started to pull the separated ice flow to safety bridging bridging the gap of freezing water but then the line snapped now that he was untethered and there was nothing stopping Togo from running away but he refused to abandon his master. Togo GEICO leapt into the freezing water and grabs the broken lead scrambling back onto the shore. Fast ice he rolled over the rope so it looped around his shoulders this time. The line held Togo pulled the separated ice flow across roster channel allowing Sepah and the other dogs to crossover to him. They made it back to the coast in one piece all. Oh thanks to Togo. Sepah made sure to repay the favor. Favor throughout the next decade Togo and SEPLA inseparable one friend. Remote one does not speak of one without mention if the other when they weren't working they were playing. Sepulveda loved to romp with Togo at night. Trying to grab the dog's paws as Togo danced around him when they were tired out after a long run Togo would simply sit next to Sepah by the fire. Even as Togo got older he was still separate lead dog by the start of nineteen twenty. Five Togo was twelve years old. He may not have been as spry as he used to be. But the forty eight pounds. Siberian Husky was just as strong as it's Wednesday slipped that harness over his head when he was a puppy he also gained a wealth of experience in his years. Leading settlers teams. Togo knew every inch of trail throughout the Alaskan wilderness. He could recognize every sent here every subtle change in the ice underneath his feet with his canine senses. He knew those trails better than any human ever could and that knowledge was about to be pushed to its limit in January nineteen twenty five CEPA and Togo were were recruited for their most important job yet. An emergency six hundred. Seventy four mile relay to bring a case of diptheria theory of serum to nome Diptheria is one of the world's deadliest diseases when unvaccinated and untreated entreated. Populating in the back of the throat diptheria bacteria create a thick membrane. That makes it nearly impossible to breathe because of these symptoms. Symptoms the highly contagious airborne. Disease is colloquially known as the Strangler and once Diptheria has you in its grip it rarely. Let's go before proper treatment. Nearly half of all cases were fatal. Unfortunately Diptheria early stages can be easily mistaken for a sore throat or tonsillitis without modern day medical technology. It's difficult to tell the two apart art until it's too late in nome. That's exactly what happened on Christmas Eve. Nineteen twenty four gnomes town. Dr Curtis Welsh diagnosed a seven-year-old girl with tonsillitis US thinking that all she needed was bedrest. Dr Welsh result to check up on her once. The holidays ended. She was dead three days later. Although Dr Welsh wrote in his journal that tonsillitis can turn fatal. Such cases are extremely extremely rare. In retrospect he was almost certain she died of Diptheria though vaccine was invented in nineteen eighteen. Twenty three in one thousand nine hundred twenty five. The only available remedy against Diptheria was a serum created.
"sepla" Discussed on WTVN
"Tonight on ground zero talking about his trip to Antarctica. So I did some backtracking I went and looked at the report that we did in two thousand sixteen about species Forty-six dash be now, here's the story that I've got you talked about the that somebody had told you about the three Russian scientists that died at my correct? Yes. Okay. So the three Russian scientists died while they were trying to find this. Forty-six dash be creature. And this is what was written and described the research that I did back in two thousand sixteen Russians had encountered a strange. Sepla pod called they called Forty-six dash be in lake Vostok. He was first detected on radio. Radar. Was a creature that lived because they believed that the water underneath the ice is of course, warned by geothermal energy. And these are the same conditions necessary to find life on they say, Jupiter's, moon, Europa, and install it. It's on Saturday Saturday's moon. So this is what I got was that there was a swoop that took place where they were doing research there. They they cut a hole Indus boss like like you said with the drill bit the drill. Bit was contaminated the area it was contaminated drill bit. It took them thirty years to do this apparently. They took him thirty years to dig. There was magnetic anomalous activity going on there were events that were actually heating the water areas. So there could be. Creatures that were there what they found was the hairy. Yeti crab. Did you ever see Harry yeti crabs there? I did not see any seems like they may be exclusive to lake Vostok. Okay. Well, they they I looked up Harry yeti crabs, and they exist, and they look like monkeys with clasps. They're they're they're weird looking and some of them there's another one that I saw a Decca pod. And apparently this creature whatever it was this species Forty-six dash b had fourteen arms. According to what I'm reading here. Fourteen tentacles that fed on yeti crabs and apparently scientists, but yeah, that's that's all I got was what they found with the strange creature that they don't want anyone near the scientists that were involved scuba diving in to try and find this thing they were killed. They were attacked by this thing. And it's diet consists of yeti crabs which are these Harry crabs are found in the in the South Pacific. It's amazing. And I would be surprised if a lot of other new life forms are discovered under the ice and keep in mind, CLYDE with all the volcanoes that are going off in an article, it must be creating large caverns under the ice with ground that's warm and possibly even a temperate climate under a dome of ice as reading a book called darkstar about the Nazi new Schwab and base. And it said that in the area around the Schumacher ponds was they're geothermally active ponds, the Nazi soldiers were even growing their own food during the summer. So it's not out of the realm of possibility that other alien life could be living there. You know, I'm looking at a yeti crab right now. I got a picture yeti crab on. On google. It looks like an alien it looks like it looks like something that doesn't belong on his planet. It it has hairy arms. It looks like a a cross between a cat and a tarantula with crab, a crab hooks. It's just been amazing. And then there's another one in like, it that doesn't have as much hair on it. It's it's something else. But they look like I mean, some of them look like ticks. I mean, these are some of them are like, wow, another one is got have bluish hair and purple body. I mean, these things look like alien creatures. They really do. Really do. I don't I don't know. I think that if you would have saw one you would have you would have known right off the bat, but it was one. But yeah, this so-called creature that the Russians had found was feeding on these things they they love to eat little. Yeti crabs are looking creature. And gosh, I mean, I would've I would've loved to see one of those. They will let you just pick them up and cuddle with and they're like beanie babies bizarre. So so I think that's you know, that's probably as I was saying many years since twenty sixteen that I think a lot of this whole alien stuff would be more or less not. I mean, we can't rule it out just because we don't find it. But I'm just saying in all logic and practicality these alien creatures that are down there are alien because they are not they wouldn't be able to survive with us in in northern climes. They just wouldn't and and they have to adapt to a more severe extreme climb. And that's what makes them form. And look more alien is.
"sepla" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"Change in experimental art. That's great. I love it do it. But then at the same time, she's even will boyfriend they have no money, and he's like he has no job in. She's clearly not trying to make money either. And feels like she's just there to be the cool govern with art aspirations. And then there's this whole awkward. She's like, oh, you're doing the job. It's bad. And like what is she doing? She's just making off and not trying to help in like the who wishes written. Anyway, I'm angry while I was so upset, and it's so I think if I seen this movie was younger would not have realized because so many films. I like that is a female. And you're like, oh, yeah. Well, she looks cool, and she has cool earrings. I guess that's character trait. It's not. But that's the thing. It's another film to waste Thompson after being so great. And they why people how many hits goes out now three or four Goshen, and she's been in Crete movies. She's in full rack. Romping pretty good. It's quite small supporting role, and again here she looks great in rings and all these various scattered. She has but her plotline the fact that she said artists in it sort of compares how you're selling out to the new white majority and in art as well, it doesn't really go anywhere. Art is really political in trying to change things. And that's what the film itself is warning to do. Right. It's a film. It's arts and clearly truly wants to do that. Minimizing her to dislike SEPLA where. So you kind of like see glimpses of Harare and as a bit where he visits her arthritis. And she sang for an installation is like big kind of sculptures of Africa. And let's say you can how she's very politically engaged, and and there's a bit late room where she's having her big art show opening and she just is like we'd performance pace. And I couldn't walk out with that was like supposed to be mocking her or whether we're supposed to be laughing with her in some way. I just thought that. Pitying having some ways well because she's heavily ship with the the rich white people. She's selling to having to get by it's yeah. I think the message there isn't as clear as it could be considered such a little movie. But anyway, let's put us calls on this atom outcome, t I this movie was really hot tub by I've seen people saying this is the film the air. And so I was really looking forward to outside four and his patient, and I think three and enjoyment and probably three in retrospect, although I think Israel is super talented would love to see what he does next. Say free across the board because I was somewhat excited for it. Although I had my doubts to say because I I heard of a reaction to it and joy moments year free. 'cause I was I don't think he's supposed to always have a great. I'm watching throughout which is great. I don't mind that. Yeah. I had my doubts about certain things during the film and in respect free because I'm excited for what he does next basically because I think he's got so much energy. And so many ideas, and he's gonna be a smart guy. So yeah, I hope maybe he will have learned from making this one and make something somewhat more tied together. I agree with you at this very high Mesa foreigners as patient, and then three and three soundtrack is gonna revisits. I love to see. What is right is next? It's got a great cast. I think people are Klay finding things in this film that just went for me four three three. Yeah. I think it just as a final note on. This one I think had it just kinda come out in isolation of things like black klansman and even get out and some spite leaser, I mean sherack, for example, which very few people saw is doing very similar things to this. I think maybe it would have a bigger impact for me. But just yeah. Those like it doesn't quite gays message across in as potent away those films. That was sorry. The up next we have phone club..
"sepla" Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations
"Tag flight your account that no no no no it was a nonstop but it was a seasonal nonstop lindsay iran ah yep when is this is not something i really roberta's and thankfully i mean this this is going back home while philosophic recent memory your life let's talk about while sepla's our lives it's not that long ago hey all i'm saying vases vote and things that he you here there it is it's 45 minutes after just took it only like three minutes as dima bangar uh yes yes yes it was nonstop at one point but i mean you can also argue that he's the fly from honolulu south right but a but they've also cut a lotta passed by going for seven fours unto seven h yet but it's forbade now australia from the us rights yet who you've got la you've got la san francisco houston sydney that milli melber right south his total see count is probably not massively if an all by it swearing at race sized if you will hear quotes and it is growing in options rice there is more competition i would say you it's your seats because if you go back fifteen twenty years ago it was just united ahead qantas period was it since i was at related to rally where his them oh it might have been but i mean but that was all there was a who gives we will go back and said australia uh but the delta's added flights the australia's out of fights americans at at flights right there's a lot more lift between them a bit qantas by far is aligned schurbon.
"sepla" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"sepla" Discussed on Sportstalk 790
"The jets was given an extension that dirk cutter was probably safe and tampa bay and there's going to be other reports that they'd come out obviously with being black monday right around the corner how much do does data news change how you try and handicap either one of those games qatar incident is is is tougher for us i can tell you professional bettors are all over the tampa bay bucks this week line open seven and a half it's now down to about six and a half and you could tell just the last few weeks it looked like the tampa bay players whether they were playing to keep their cutters job or impress their boss their new boss it'd be coming in whatever the reason they have been playing very tough they got the cover on monday night football game feeling the falcons travelled on a short week the carolina in covered that number again a lake cam newton touchdown wins the game outright what you saw guys like jearl mccoy's playing with a torn by sepla conte david playing injured coming back to play these games to impress somebody now it looks like we know dirt cutters back at this point and what are they playing for who they are trying to impress that's what scares me now is we look at this game i don't like tampa as much at this juncture as i did just a few days ago and there is a really interesting situation there because there was belief that john gruden was going to be taking that right up there is that there is that report i saw mike floreal come out and say this can be greens guy about i don't beginning of this week i had heard that rumor and got sent the note that gruden was compiling his staff and then when fauriol broke that news i got another note that said blitz and he was using us is using the tampa bay bucks as leverage and i've always said is about juncker if he's coming back and he's going to leave seven million a year and come back and coach it's got to be a team with a quarterback bill wouldn't be the first signed a highprofile coach somebody else for leverage been for about a threeyear stretch when he used taxes and other schools while at alabama so i mean is this season to use somebody to get more money pain from pain insider dot com professional sports better nfl analyst with us.
"sepla" Discussed on Flash Forward
"Forty years ago was an environmental hazard so there are no longer allowed sold out so as a result the only inhalers oroville will now our brand name in hills i calls you'll fifty dollars not because the drug is new or because there's any patnow withdrawal but because they were able to get a regulation on the environmental effects all the additional components of the inhaler but let's say that you are a true pirate and also a chemist and you don't care about patent law and you are willing to sift through the hundreds of possible compounds in the patents that could work and you have a well resource lab i think the first thing that you should do is you should move to a different country charles israeli joking here making drugs in other countries is a way that people actually do make cheap copies of pharmaceuticals and in fact it's not necessarily illegal to bring those drugs into the us and sell them so you know one of the things that people sometimes you is they'll go to a country that doesn't have patent protection on say lipitor all and you can purchases drugs there and then you can bring that back as the united states in under the spring for decision your perfectly allowed now to reselect wrong all however you want there are drug companies in india for example that do this kind of thing and that some us pharmaceutical companies would consider pirates there's this really interesting guy in india named yes a hummy who runs a drug company called sepla hamid is hated by many american pharmaceutical companies because he makes cheap generic versions of drugs that those companies would like to sell for high prices drugs that are patented in two thousand for example hamid offered a generic aids medication for a tenth of the sales price.
"sepla" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
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"Makes mistakes and and not beating yourself up having a more gentler occur agenda approach to yourself which is something a lot of people struggle with a selfcriticism is something that we tend to think it's good for us but again if you look at the data people were selfcritical um are not be billion herself compassionate is one of the steps so is one of the keys their their doctors when we are self critical because you know we're talking about this in the in the case of somebody who is is giving rights or maybe you're a caregiver maybe you have you know somebody with a terminal illness whose at home and you're giving 24 24hour here you soon to be selfcritical in that context but you know if you're talking about an entrepreneur who is trying to build a company and there's horrific competition sometimes being selfcritical all divvy that drive in the focus yeah so selfawareness wanting being aware of your um beware rail weakness it that's not wearing a great for everyone shop criticism israeli beating ourselves up let's say you are that caregiver that tending all day long and you're constantly selfcritical about your care about the fact that you're exhausted and maybe not as president as you would like or your that entrepreneur who had just thanks on just knock good enough out what i do and not good enough a partner for my partner i'm not you know those kind of thought in the long run they actually really ali tank tidy depression also other things and they are not helping you be at your most resilient sell your bility to speak yourself a you went to a friend now that predicts resilient it and it predicts you're going to bounce back from failures mistakes challenges uh the the the the mix saids right i mean how how you would treat others if you treat yourself that way although there again not to give political there are some people who treat others in a way that i think is not beneficial so all a joy to be on the phone right now though i have dr emma sepla in her book is the happiness track how to apply the sides have in his to accelerate your excess we're talking about giving without burning out i'm really interested in this from because i keep hearing.