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UK regulator says AstraZeneca jab safe after 7 clot deaths
"Britain's Britain's medicines medicines regulator regulator is is urging urging people people to to continue continue taking taking the the AstraZeneca AstraZeneca coronavirus coronavirus vaccine vaccine despite despite revealing revealing that that seven seven people people in in the the UK UK have have died died from from red red blood blood clots clots after after getting getting the the job job the the medicines medicines and and healthcare healthcare regulatory regulatory agency agency says says it it wasn't wasn't clear clear if if the the shops shops are are closing closing the the costs costs and and that that refuses refuses still still ongoing ongoing the the agency agency identified identified thirty thirty cases cases of of red red blood blood because because events events out out of of eighteen eighteen point point one one million million AstraZeneca AstraZeneca doses doses and and maintains maintains the the risk risk is is very very small small concerns concerns over over the the AstraZeneca AstraZeneca vaccine vaccine has has already already prompted prompted some some countries countries including including Canada Canada France France Germany Germany and and the the Netherlands Netherlands to to restrict restrict its its use use to to older older people people the the U. U. K. K. which which is is rolled rolled out out coronavirus coronavirus vaccines vaccines faster faster than than other other European European nations nations is is particularly particularly reliant reliant on on the the AstraZeneca AstraZeneca vaccine vaccine which which was was developed developed by by scientists scientists at at the the university university of of Oxford Oxford Serra Serra basses basses London London
London police under pressure over clashes at women's protest
"What started off as a peaceful vigil turned into chaos as police tried to break up the gathering in the south London park police clashed with hundreds he turned up to pay their respects to Serra abroad the woman who one of the forces own offices is accused of murdering police was seen scuffling with some women at the events and one woman was seen pinned to the ground by two offices the metropolitan police's assistant commissioner had a bowl to funded the force's actions hundreds of people were tightly put together putting of posing a very real risk of easily transmitting coded ninety labor minister test Phillips believed the police's use of force was misplaced I wish that I'd had the heavy hand of the lord when I've been sexually assaulted many of those attending the vigil were already wary of the police because a serving police officer was charged with kidnapping and murdering abroad who finished March the third while walking home in London her body was found a week later the case is spoke to national outcry and heated debates on women's safety Karen Thomas London
WWII plane fly-past honors Captain Tom Moore at funeral
"Captain Tom Moore the one hundred year old veteran he single handedly raised millions of pounds for Britain's health workers by walking laps in his backyard has been laid to rest the world will to Europe plane flew over the funeral service was soldiers also performs ceremonial duties for the captain he died on the second of February in hospital after testing positive for cave in nineteen the private service was small attended by just eight members of the patrons immediate family but soldiers carried his coffin draped in the union flag from the highest requirements for him and for him to ceremonial guards moved to Tennessee tech Serra said how proud she was of him what you achieved your whole life and especially in the last year Karen Thomas London
2 Myanmar protesters killed by police fire, reports say
"Two anti coup protesters have been shot dead by riot police in Myanmar local media have reported the shootings had occurred in Myanmar's second largest city Mandalay where tear gas water cannons and rubber bullets had been used on protesters earlier in the day and you protesters in Myanmar's two largest cities also paid tribute to a young woman who died a day earlier after being shot by police during a rally against the military takeover US state department spokesperson net price offered his government's condolences and reiterated coals on the military to refrain from violence against peaceful protest is the military seized power earlier this month after detaining Nobel laureate Aung sung suu kyi saying elections in November what tainted by voting irregularities I'm Serra basses
Protests across Russia demand Navalny's release; 850 arrests
"Protests have erupted in over sixty Russian cities demanding the release of opposition leader Alexei Navalny resulting in more than eight hundred and fifty arrests stretched across Russian territory with some demonstrators took to the streets in temperatures as low as minus fifty eight Fahrenheit the rain shows how in the valley and his anti corruption campaign built a network of support despite government repression it only's wife Julie was among those arrested not only was arrested this week after returning to Moscow from Germany where he it's been five months recovering from nerve agent poisoning that he blames on the Kremlin which Russian authorities to nine the forty four year old activist is known for his reports on corruption within Russian president Vladimir Putin's government I'm Serra buses
British hospitals scramble for space as virus cases soar
"British hospitals are cancelling non urgent procedures and scrambling to find space for code nineteen patients as part of our as cases continue to surge despite tough new restrictions imposed to curb fossil spreading new variant of the virus British authorities are blaming in your variant of the corona virus was soaring infection rates in London and southeast England they say the new version is more easily transmitted than the original but stressed there is no evidence it makes people sicker in response the forties happens a large part of England that's home to twenty four million people under restrictions that require nonessential shops to close the bar indoor socializing and allow restaurants and pubs only to operate for take out even so hospital admissions for covert nineteen southeast England are approaching or exceeding the levels seen at the first peak of the outbreak Serra Shockley on them
UK leader's top adviser to step down amid power struggle
"British prime minister Boris Johnson's top adviser plans to step down at the end of the year after a bruising battle for influence at the heart of the British government's fueled by tensions over brexit and the cold with nineteen pandemic Dominic Cummings told the BBC it late Thursday night they plan to be largely redundant by Christmas political commentators have suggested Cummings would step down up to one of his allies was denied an appointment as Johnson's chief of staf Cummings the chief architect of the campaign to have Britain leave the European Union has been a divisive figure inside the conservative government since Johnson became prime minister eighteen months ago his position weekend earlier this year after draw hundreds of miles across England after contracting covert nineteen violating national lock down roles Serra Shockley London
Santa's village contemplates Christmas in a pandemic
"It's not not a but it's not nice another big holiday is about to be disrupted by the corona virus pandemic berry Christmas the Christmas season opens this weekend in Santa's hometown in Finnish Lapland they're facing a tourism crisis it's going to create something like two hundred million euros loss Serra car came in is with visit Rovaniemi she says the big obstacle is the virus is keeping away foreign tourists eat somehow I never replaced by the fence travelling over Christmas season and winter holidays on and we have our doubts layoffs are likely Santa himself says the magic of Christmas can come when people think happy thoughts when your phone with your social distancing rules and public health recommendations and everything like that that makes us that's right you can reach the Christmas season in Finland will start with a live streamed event I'm a Donahue
Gottlieb says U.S. likely "a long way" from herd immunity to virus
"That you're going to have a period of immunity that collapsed anywhere from 6 to 12 months. It's going to be highly variable. Some people will have less immunity. Some people have slightly more, but it's good news that they're able to document that people have really sterile immunity. They're not going to get reinfected. For at least three months, probably longer than that, after infection. Interesting. Scott Gottlieb there, the oft quoted Dr used to run the FDA. I hope that's true. I think a lot of us were hoping you get lifetime immunity. But I guess we'll take 6 to 12 months because at some point there's a tipping point in the virus just can't spread because there aren't enough ready hosts and then it just kind of You know, Withers away and goes away. Let's go ahead and follow up with a 45 Probably a long way from herd immunity. If you look at the Serra prevalence studies overall, maybe 8% of the population as a whole has been exposed to an outbreak. States like Arizona might be higher closer to 25% based on some modelling, maybe as high as 20% in Florida based on certain modeling. And 15% in Texas. We know this Sarah prevalence in New York City's 20% so that's getting closer to a level of immunity, The rate of transmission will start to decline. It's not quite herd immunity. But you're going to see declines in the rate of transmission because of that, that level of infection that also goes a long way to explaining how New York or parts of California or wherever it I mean, I could cite a dozen examples. They're doing great because X Then they have this huge surge in cases and hospitalizations and deaths and all. Then it gets better And then the media says, Well, they're doing better because of acts. But once you get to and we had a a scientist send us is several weeks ago. But he said Herd immunity is great. But once you pass a tipping point, I think, he said it's somewhere in the low twenty's percent. The virus. Just it runs into too many dead ends and it starts to go away. And so I just think various parts of the country we're getting to that tipping point. And there's so much that's still not known about this damn thing so
Pleasure, Sex, and Body Acceptance with Dawn Serra
"Sarah. So. Tell me about your relationship with food growing up. Looking back. It feels much different than when I was in it. I remember for a while food was something that I didn't really have to think about, but there was a point when I was around ten years old I think maybe. Around that age when I noticed that. My body was starting to get compared to my little sisters and I started getting monitored for how much I was eating. And questions like should you really be eating that you're still hungry? I think you've had enough and it just kind of became normal for that monitoring, and I think that was also around the time when I started realizing like if I wanna eat the foods that I'm interested in eating I have to do it when no one can see. Because those were the foods that were policed. You were your police for eating, right? Yeah, and it was also interesting because like my mom is very much a a meat and potatoes, kind of person, her parents were to from the Midwest and and so growing up, we had very few fresh vegetables in the house very few and fruit every once in a while, but it was very like meat and potatoes, and then like convenience foods because both of my parents worked a lot in. So cereals and chips and all that kind of stuff, and it was interesting because there just came a point when I noticed that my sister was allowed to eat whatever she wanted and I wasn't. Yeah, and we're so that came from body comparisons. It sounds like, yeah, and the other message that I got just kind of around the body was that my sister had the same body as my mom, which was they were just naturally, very, very slender and that I had my dad's body, and while the message is about my body weren't specific to me I, did hear lots of stories around how sad and unhappy and unpopular and isolated. My Dad was because he was chunky. And you know in the same breath, it's like you've got your father's body and so that definitely also made an impression of like my sister looks like my mom and I look like my dad and my mom had the super popular lots of friends experience in the seventies, and my dad was like really lonely and hated being chunky. That was the word that they would use and I was like him. God what a message to get. Yes It's like, yeah, I feel like parents don't recognize, and this is one aspect of the fat phobia that's so pervasive in our culture. Right? Is like that sort of message. This is not even questioned. That's not even considered like that message might be harmful to you, right. Yeah exactly, and I didn't really even have words for it until fairly recently, it was just my normal and then when I really started thinking, where did some of these feelings come from and where did some of these stories and wended start? Kind of like Oh remembering the policing and the comments and the and the restriction and all that stuff That's interesting. So you said that was around what age? Like nine, ten years old. Yeah. So right before puberty, right? The sort of tween years. Yep. Exactly. And how did it evolve from there? I have this very. Crystal clear memory of going shopping for clothes for the sixth grade. And so is going to be at a brand new middle school was going to be new with all the graders and I was super excited to go shopping at this really popular clothing store. and. We picked out. It was my both my parents were with me and we picked all these things that I was excited to try on and I got into the fitting room and the size that we had didn't fit. And so I just kind of was like, Hey, I need a bigger size. And what I heard from inside the dressing, room was my dad screaming Jesus, Christ? She's that's that s oh, God and I. Don't think he knows that I heard that. But in that moment, like every part of me, that was excited about getting closed died and you know words like Oh. You're an early developer. You're the first in your class to need a Bra. You know all that kind of stuff and what's really interesting to me is looking back. When I look at pictures of myself. Now, when I was fifth sixth Seventh Eighth Grade I was certainly larger than my classmates, but there was no part of me whatsoever. That was even remotely close to what I would label fat as a distributor. And that makes me sad to think about that that the messages were that I was. Terrible and so much bigger than everybody else. But when I look at the pictures now,
Los Angeles Protesters Take Down Father Junipero Serra Statue
"A statue of father Junipero Serra is toppled by rioters in downtown Los Angeles cera was an eighteenth century priest who founded missions in California with the hopes of converting Indians to
Demonstrators Topple Statues in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park
"In San Francisco demonstrators have defaced then knocked down statues of former president Ulysses S. grant missionary who do para Serra and Francis Scott key in golden state park grant who led the union in the civil war and key who wrote the star spangled banner both owned slaves at
California attorney general announces statewide police reforms
"Republicans and Democrats planning to introduce legislation to address police brutality this week here in California Attorney General Javier Becerra is outlining a J. the first statewide police reform improving use of force procedures addressing issues around bias in policing any increasing accountability and transparency in a virtual news conference but Serra urged departments require officers to intervene when another is using excessive force he's calling for a ban on restraints that stop blood or oxygen flow and proposing dogs we train to circle and bark rather than bite and hold he also wants de escalation techniques used to first to deadly force as a last resort he wants verbal warnings issued before police use less lethal force
California City Residents Demand Answers After Black Man Found Hanging From Tree
"Local officials want the state to investigate the hanging death of a black man Robert fuller was found hanging from a tree near Palmdale city hall last week authorities ruled the twenty four year old's death a suicide but LA county officials want California Attorney General Havea Serra to investigate sheriff's officials say they're waiting for a full autopsy results and information from fuller's relatives before making a final
Prince William reveals he's been a helpline volunteer
"Britain's prince William has revealed that he has been anonymously helping out in a crisis helpline during the clone of I was locked down the Duke of Cambridge's work with a child eight five two five eight and round the clock text messaging help line developed by the royal foundation was made public to mark when it tears week William who is second in line to the throne is one of more than two thousand volunteers who have been formally trained to help those in need more than three hundred thousand text conversations have taken place between volunteers and people needing mental health support William's wife the Duchess of Cambridge has also been helping others for taking part in check in and check calls with people self isolating or vulnerable during the condemning Serra shockingly London
Protests Derail Comeback for Restaurants, Retailers
"For some retailers and restaurants it's a double whammy first corona virus now protests Serrano Serra of the Wall Street journal has more Serra what big box retailers have been most affected what part it was really the first biggest retailer that we saw fifteen serious damage to the stores and have to share some stories headquartered in Minneapolis where George Bush side in police custody and they have a store on Lake Street which is one year where he died you know that was looted and burned out last week they have since you know over the weekend close about two hundred stores but it's a it's a really rapidly evolving situation you know they said when I talk to them over the weekend because can be causing a disturbance may have to shut down the sources further opening and closing I think about seven stories right now have been damaged Walmart also closed hundreds of stores preemptively to prevent damage to stores and some of their stories also the state that much what is Amazon done to protect its employees that they are limiting deliveries in some cases you know not one of the first and beyond that it's a little bit unclear how that will affect them the community is you know it's really small businesses that have been hit hardest for example near that target in Minneapolis now there's a strip of family businesses chiropractors liquor stores restaurants that were also damaged and more that are closing preemptively in many cities and as you set up you know in the beginning a lot of restaurants and small businesses have been closed since March for corona virus reasons and so this is supposed to be sort of a re opening moment and instead they're shutting down longer there are retailers and our restaurants insured against looting damage or is it an individual case by case basis for the smaller folks you know it isn't an individual case by case basis it'll eat up a large companies have insurance and many of the smaller businesses have insurance as well I think for many of them when we talk to some of the small business owners it's really figuring out especially at this moment when they're already in financial stress how long can you keep going you know they've already had to serve whether payroll and figure out how to pay the bills and rent they're they're not in a strong financial position to
"serra" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Everything but this is Serra Miller the executive director of the American economic liberties project and the co chair of freedom from Facebook economic liberties dot U. S. is the website and Serra Serra Miller DC is her a Twitter handle S. A. R. A. H. Serra welcome to the program tell us about the pandemic anti monopoly act sure Tom thanks for having me at great great to be with you so basically what's happening right now in our economy whether we like it or not is this pandemic is allowing large corporations and kind of predatory financial institutions to roll out power to buy distressed assets that merge the the Q. kind of add bring even more kind of economic and political power to bear on the economy and society and so what this act with you it's essentially just say we're going to put a time out on mergers at this point in time when so many businesses are under a pandemic related to stress it's a really common sense merger at common sense well it has provisions check kind of mitigate against sort of any kind of problematic aspects of it and it will help businesses that should be arriving in normal time continue to thrive and text me effective support to do so as well I think most Americans don't realize what kind of a crisis that we are actually living through as a result of bigness here in the United States is giant monopolies it we pay more for more for airfare than most countries in the world for example internet easy you can get internet service while in in France for about twenty five dollars a month you get a high speed internet you know hundred MIPS up and down and you get your cell phone service and you get a hundred channels of of our you know cable TV because they've got competition they are they you know they they allow you the company that owns the pipe into your house basically can't also be the exclusive provider to you of television service or of of internet access those are the smallest examples I mean the the best estimate is that the average American is spending five thousand dollars a year extra as is actually a monopoly tax that we're paying extra for everything from pharmaceuticals to internet service because of these giant monopolies how do we how do we wake people up to this and how bad how bad is it compared to the rest of the world in particular compared to Europe where they've been fairly aggressive about preventing these kind of monopoly some emerging yeah that's a great question I mean I think what we're seeing now in the context of the economic policy response to this pandemic is an opportunity to have this debate big big corporations big banks have access so lending products that it spoke with the push of a button smaller businesses the working people have to go through clunky systems that aren't really set up to support them during can a critical moment thank you for your intent in real time the way that our public institutions are oriented around making life easier for the larger economic entities not powerful economic and fifteen in the country and will be a whole number of kind of L. attacks going from but you're exactly right we are already previous to this crisis at a point where large corporate monopolies for extracting wealth from consumers and workers to the tune of five thousand dollars a year and you can put that kind of in a contact at the top hundred dollars similar check that people are getting while a lot of that is going to go straight out the door to large landmark healthcare monopolies internet monopolies a lot of people working from home right so that's the goal of our project here it is you kind of generate a political movement to take on if you have an extract of monopolies that have come to really control key aspects of our economy and our society you've got a couple of real structural challenges in the face of this you've got the GTE Sylvania Supreme Court decision in which they they finally adopted Robert Bork's theory that monopolies are actually a good thing for economies because you know large corporations have greater economies of scale than multiple small companies in the same industry then this was adopted by Congress you know in a whole variety of different ways but and and largely in nineteen eighty three when the Reagan administration stopped enforcing for all practical purposes the Sherman anti trust act in all of its errors the clan the Clayton antitrust act the antimonopoly active thing was nineteen fifty four how do we deal with these structural pieces you know that the the the Supreme Court basically endorsing monopoly in the United States and and and the and the and incredible damage at the Reagan administration did which was never on done it was not done by Clinton or Obama you know it's basically still the policy of the U. S. government to allow giant mergers yeah you're you're right about that you certainly never had J. and all that stuff so we can talk about that one well one of the positive things I think about the the the challenge is that there are a kind of a range of institution and tool that you can use to take on concentrated corporate power stopping mergers been kind of annoying virgin I think he said that in a particular problem but there so many ways that our institutions are biased toward acquiring a larger corporation thanks and again everybody up so that we can here and you can pass legislation that directly and address the question of market power like we did after the depression you can make me a little about the federal trade commissioners have the authority to do that but it doesn't use internet general can happen so it's not like they're the one that brought the patient as part of the overall project should contact that Bannon overturned really bad in quite confident yeah but I think that's something that we need to build power and work that achieved over time but it is not necessarily true that we have to connect but on our hands a contact back I think there are a lot of different avenues that chipping away at one eight eight he preempted structural problem in our economy right now and we have to try to find a way to do that but I think just having the intent epidemic anti monopoly act you know at the heart of the that being a part of this country forward you know in at the Sherman anti trust act senator Sherman of Ohio first put that forward in eighteen eighty one I think it passed in eighteen ninety as I recall I got signed but really that last decade of the nineteenth century it largely wasn't used it wasn't until teddy Roosevelt came along and really started champion then this and then you know his yeah the guy who followed him a William Howard Taft both Republicans you know tap to revise the the the dismantling of Standard Oil of Ohio do you see or stand is a standard oil whatever it was at that time do you see any democratic champions who are in a position to be the next teddy Roosevelt or or or William Taft who are willing to to put this at the satyr or near the center of their agenda and push this forward is there a caucus around this are you know are there any individual politicians I know Liz with Warren is spoken about this but you know who's doing what out there yeah that's a great question I would say right now things are in a huge amount of slack and I think even before the crisis there was a lot of learning going on among progressives in particular on how our economy got an equal how our democracy got so weak and a growing kind of recognition at at the root of a lot of the problem there's certainly a G. and and exacerbating our questions around concentrated corporate power and up the technician the fact that that had on his parents and workers and political participation and just kind of justice in our economy at a fundamental level so I think what I've seen in our campaigns growing circle of leadership and our political actors Anna as businesses and have nutrients who are kind of all be getting taken up grapple with these questions then wait that haven't been done in forty years but I don't I don't put my hopes on a single STR figure at the fairly but I do think that in which we are reexamining.
Oxford scientists say they may have a vaccine ready by September
"Morning human testing already begun on the coronavirus vaccine and the folks in charge they could become widely available as early as September that according to Oxford university scientists who say they got a head start on the rest of the world in developing that vaccine because they were able to use technology from previously develop vaccines to formulate one that's effective against the coronavirus personally I have a high degree of confidence about this vaccine because it's technology that I've used before so says Oxford professor's Serra's Gilbert to develop a new vaccine scientists injected the corona virus genetic material into a neutralized the common cold virus the modified virus mimics coded nineteen prompts the immune system to develop antibodies to fight off the antibodies then remain in the system in case the real McCoy comes along so says the good professor so that is great news I mean we've had doctors on the show that say they don't even think about seen as possible they look at sars we had sars first seventeen years no vaccine for that then there are other people that are saying we think maybe twelve to eighteen months before a vaccine if this bears fruit as early as September and with all the talk about how Hey we think it's going to relax a little bit in the summer and then come back more in the fall a September release of vaccine would be absolutely
San Francisco Bay Area Extends Shelter-In-Place Order
"Shelter in place orders look like they'll be extended through may in at least a six bay area counties with some revisions expected to be announced later this week San Francisco public health director grant Colfax says the curve of new coded nineteen cases has flattened but lifting restrictions prematurely could lead to a surge in illnesses we are working hard to develop recommendations based on data and science for loosening some of these restrictions following must be thoughtful we must be careful and we must take this step by step in addition to San Francisco Alameda Contra Costa Marin San Mateo and Santa Clara counties in the city of Berkeley are coordinating on the orders in Alameda county officials say a program providing hotel rooms for people experiencing homelessness omits the corona virus pandemic needs to expand KQED Serra Husayni reports area health officials had initially rented nearly four hundred rooms as part of operation comfort which provide shelter for people who have tested positive for the virus in operation safer ground which houses older and medically fragile people most at risk of serious illness health care services agency director calling Chalus is the rooms are nearly filled and it's important to note too that many of the winter shelters and warming centers are planning to close soon Chalus is there a county leases under way for more than two hundred and sixty additional hotel rooms and they're looking for even
"serra" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"A couple of books to read and the question to Serra great go ahead right well I read a book called back to even back in the seventies I wanted of us has ever heard of that book that was one of my first books and I read it and I love it it is all great foundation yeah yeah that was my first one too well I went to a rainbow gathering in nineteen seventy seven with information from that book I taught patch Adams the famous doctor they made a movie out I taught him how to treat dysentery that's what irks wow well anything but yes I am and then in the band hello I have read a hundred books on herbal medicine the next ten fifteen years and then I found a book on the new system I would recommend to you and everybody else I learned a lot who's the author on that when Danny I don't know but I know the name of the book all right go ahead it's called a mutant system sure all right symbols have I'd like to happen I I think zero and I've always been a believer that you build up your immune system you can fight just about anything right and I feel and that's why I think it's so important for people that are nervous to understand that the nervousness of these viruses the nervousness of getting sick that handle is what can get in the way of your immune system working at its peak what what drives you Sir well I first became a lactation consultant and I started helping thousands and thousands of women first give birth and nurse their babies and this is many many years ago and I said wow if we have a problem right away they're given an antibiotic or a steering I said women have been nursing their babies for thousands of years there has to be natural cures so I it had this personal interest in botanical medicine and I went back and I started studying and I would say to my clients well you can take the antibiotic of course about the doctor recommended but I just wanna let you know about this herb and what happened was my practice just bloomed overnight because women really wanted to be able to treat them and their babies naturally I what they loved about coming to me was that I never put down allopathic medicine I always know and knew that it had a place but I also knew that there were so many things that we could do to build our immune system help with emotional stress and that's why I started getting involved with plants because they're there it's called people's medicine because literally I could teach each one of us to grow five plants on our window sills and out of those five plants we could each make about twenty five medicines that had very long shelf life and that's really important people need that knowledge George absolutely remember the aspirin came from the willow bark yes it did yes it did and Google five comes from and herb called go through see I think this planet has remedies for diseases that are on this planet if you can find them don't you are you really really believe that they do and you know I am certainly not a miracle worker but I certainly have seen very miraculous cures in my office I had a girl one storage this is off topic but she came to me for so long selective selective mutism and she was about eight nine years old and she they did tons of therapy is and he had been working with her parents the only person on the planet she ever spoke to was her mother no one else so they came to me for homeopathy and I was like okay I mean let's try it I spent about an hour and a half but this girl she did not say a word to me I'm reading her facial expressions of the way she's looking at me and she's writing something down and I gave her a homeopathic remedy and they came back to me six weeks later that she went over to her teacher said Janet and Jennifer are making me crazy but but you but you took care of her we'll be back in a moment to finish that story your first preset for news traffic and weather eleven ninety eight.
"serra" Discussed on WTOP
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"serra" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Attention going for fifteen wins in a row today Serra Serra area usually people screw up the name Serra gradually that yeah Serra from Marysville was up there hello hi there did you have a good weekend I have my boyfriend family in town and upon so they're listening in your line right now I don't know they're not okay okay the I. boyfriends yeah really cool in regards to use their the game play like this you got thirty seconds to answer as many questions as possible if you don't know when just a passing of to be broke out right to win okay okay all right one second and get my paper ready are you ready okay here we go your time starts now what city in Washington state is nicknamed city of destiny value game set match is a phrase used in what sport Starfire beast boy and raven are all members of what super hero team I don't know which zodiac sign as a bull as far and that what I okay Hey Serra yes there been a car accident before yes I have actually well did you call the advocates I'll at nine did not answer that one up big time then yeah and yeah you did as if you were to call the advocates you to make sure that you got all the money that you are insurance companies okay the next time you're in a lot fender Bender make sure you call them is two oh six five one two thirty five fifty five online advocates law dot com they will make sure that you get every single penny that your own from the insurance companies because the insurance companies are just gonna try to scurry over I now.
"serra" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Serra merry Christmas merry Christmas so tell me what in the world happened with why do they tell you first I am a millennial and I of corny that why because a lot of a worker they put up with me so yeah there my husband I became debt free a year ago and we did our debt free scream on the air and since then we've done been able to do an incredible amount of giving but one of our favorite stories is we were told by our car mechanic that we would both need to replace tires on her car about a month after we can get free and we use the envelope system we learned about it and as you know we had our car envelope and we are making sure to sort of pilot follows you know money for our tires sure and we got our final bill for the tires with about four hundred dollars less than what we thought it was gonna be wow which was amazing and part of a sign to us that if you plan out your budget you know sometimes somebody will be smiling down on you and they may make it different most of the town yeah good I decided that we would take that extra money and we would help Hey someone they'll ask them can extract so we ask the mechanic someone if you know of anyone who had had an outstanding bill for a long time or anybody he knew.
"serra" Discussed on KCRW
"She paid Serra pads is black is that now she pulls a Shea she keeps a lot go ahead yeah game she well the crawl calls from someone sees no not she don't know see don't you know don't you know let me read that as the night the jeep falls down yeah he thank you that.
"serra" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"The my smart puppy minute this is Serra will and this week we're going to talk about whether or not you should leave your puppy confine when you go out the short answer is yes you need to leave your puppy confine I often hear from people who adore their puppies and feel really badly about leaving them crated or penned in their absence they're worried that the puppy is going to be bored or restless or feel unhappy in that state and the bottom line is yeah they might be a little bored and it might not be what they would want to do but remember what they want to do is to your carpet eat the electrical cord and possibly get her to swallow things that could harm them they are young and they just have not yet developed enough to be left home safely if you can find them in a reasonable and loving way meaning if you leave them crated somebody is going to come back and take them out and interact with them at a regular basis so they're not left so long that they're forced to go to the bathroom in the crate if you leave them panned for long hours you get up a little earlier you spend a little extra time training interacting playing you make it your business to be home in the evening so the puppy has your companionship which is what he needs long isolation during the day is just a part of life for the modern dog and many many dogs adapt to it very well if it's done reasonably and responsibly but for young puppies and I would say these are dogs under a year and if you've got one of the notorious chewing breeds which would be a lot of retrievers and some of the Nordic breeds like Huskies it may be longer than a year your going to let your puppy set the pace when your dog is home alone with you and isn't constantly getting into things picking things up when the house breaking has been good for a couple of months then you will start leaving the puppy loose for short periods of time and he will gradually work up from there but until that point it is your responsibility to create your puppy or confine your puppy safely in a room with a gate or an exercise pen when you leave them alone it is not about your puppy having the most fun ever is about what is safe it's just like a car seat in a car yeah maybe your toddler would rather be crawling back and forth across the backseat but you know it's apparent that that is not a risk that is reasonable and because you love your child you put them in the car seat even when they're kicking and screaming at first because you know what it's not an option and it's exactly the same thing with a puppy you will crate train them or confine them safely because it's not an option all right so I hope that answers the question I also want to do a quick shout out to the people who hate the stage who don't like to confine their dogs this way because I love people who love their dogs and I am confident that when you get through this phase with your puppy your dog's gonna have a great life with you your going to devote yourself to making sure that your puppy and then dog has a wonderful time living with you and that is to be admired this is a short term necessary face to get long term.
"serra" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Welcome to the my smart this is Serra will this week we're going to talk about bite prevention one two three the three signs that dogs give people did we often yes they are avoidance freezing and this interest avoidance means the dog looks away turns away or walks away if your dog is playing with children and suddenly gets up walks under the table and lies down your dog is said enough I'm done it really isn't any different than people if we're interacting with somebody and then we get up and walk away and do something else we're saying we're done if your child who may still be in the middle of play mode pursues the dog under the table or goes after the dog and you think yourself well my dogs always been so good with kids you can be forcing your dog to say the next thing all right they've already said I'm done if the child pursues they may then growl or snap they may also just given it up we need to respect dogs when they say enough and we need to teach our children to respect them as well my motto is never allow your child to do what you wouldn't allow them to do to a younger child and if the younger child was running away or trying to stop the game you would not allow the older child to pursue them and go now come on now come on let's play because play you know what will happen to be an explosion it's the same thing with the dog never rely on your dog's good temperament to prevent bad things from happening it's wonderful that they have a love of children but everybody has their limits we do and dogs do too so don't press the limit teach your child to respect your dog when your dog walks away the next one is freezing and by freezing I don't mean birds cold I mean freezing in place motionless nous this is a huge sign if a dog is chewing something you're eating and you walked toward that dog and the dog freezes in place in his motionless this is a warning to you that they are unhappy with your approach it's not so different than it would be for people if someone's doing something and you walked toward them and all of a sudden they freeze and Claire it you you know that something is up it is exactly the same for the dog you should always respect a dog that freezes for whatever reason if you are walking your dog on a leash and they see another dog and they face the dog their tail goes up and they become motionless that is a big warning not all dogs will growl dog's growl because they wish to avoid conflict dogs who do not wish to avoid conflict Roach growl but many of them will warn with a freeze anytime you see a dog freeze teach your child to back away from the dog and you should too whatever the issue is it should be trained and resolved but you don't do it once the dog is frozen once the dog is frozen your job is to avoid a bite and then deal with whatever the issue is the last thing to watch for is this interest I see this as a great deal as a trainer people will tell me my dog is so good with people and then when I go in to meet the dog they have very little interest people mistake com dis interest for friendliness not at all a dog who is friendly six your interaction they wag their tail they put their ears back they want to make eye contact with you in a soft friendly way that is a friendly dog I dis interested dog will walk up and sniff you walk away or for children around they'll stand there their tail while wag they won't interact they're just they're just like us when we are dis interested in a person we are less tolerant of that person then we would be with somebody who we actually enjoy and like dogs who are dis interested have lower thresholds for being annoyed or reactive so watch for disinterest don't mistake that for friendliness and don't mistake com for friendliness it might not be either of those things this is very similar to you sitting down and trying to start a conversation with somebody they don't say anything they don't look at you they don't do much you wouldn't mistake that in a person for friendliness I'm not sure why we mistake it so frequently and dogs but watch for it dogs and people are very different but in many body language ways we are the same and if you can't figure out exactly what a dog is doing ask yourself what would I think if a person did that you probably won't be too far wrong so that is a.
"serra" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Welcome to the my smart this is Serra will this week we're going to talk about bite prevention one two three the three signs that dogs give people did we often yes they are avoiding freezing and dis interest avoidance means the dog looks away turns away or walks away if your dog is playing with children and suddenly gets up walks under the table and lies down your dog is said enough I'm done it really isn't any different than people if we're interacting with somebody and then we get up and walk away and do something else we're saying we're done if your child who may still be in the middle of play mode pursues the dog under the table or goes after the dog and you think yourself well my dogs always been so good with kids you can be forcing your dog to say the next thing all right they've already said I'm done if the child pursues they may then growl or snap they may also just given it up we need to respect dogs when they say enough and we need to teach our children to respect them as well my motto is never allow your child to do what you wouldn't allow them to do to a younger child and if the younger child was running away or trying to stop the game you would not allow the older child to pursue them and go now come on now come on let's play both play you know what will happen to be an explosion it's the same thing with the dog never rely on your dog's good temperament to prevent bad things from happening it's wonderful that they have a love of children but everybody has their limit who we do and dogs do too so don't press the limit teach your child to respect your dog when your dog walks away the next one is freezing and by freezing I don't mean birds cold I mean freezing in place motionless nous this is a huge sign if a dog is chewing something you're eating and you walked toward that dog and the dog freezes in place in his motionless this is a warning to you that they are unhappy with your approach it's not so different than it would be for people if someone's doing something and you walked toward them and all of a sudden they freeze and Claire it you you know that something is up it is exactly the same for the dog you should always respect a dog that freezes for whatever reason if you are walking your dog on a leash and they see another dog and they face the dog their tail goes up and they become motionless that is a big warning not all dogs will growl dog's growl because they wish to avoid conflict dogs who do not wish to avoid conflict Roach growl but many of them will warn with a freeze anytime you see a dog freeze teach your child to back away from the dog and you should too whatever the issue is it should be trained and resolved but you don't do it once the dog is frozen once the dog is frozen your job is to avoid a bite and then deal with whatever the issue is the last thing to watch for is dis interest I see this as a great deal as a trainer people will tell me my dog is so good with people and then when I go in to meet the dog they have very little interest people mistake com dis interest for friendliness not at all a dog who is friendly six your interaction they wag their tail they put their ears back they want to make eye contact with you in a soft friendly way that is a friendly dog a dis interested dog will walk up and sniff you walk away or for children around they'll stand there their tail while wag they won't interact they're just they're just like us when we are dis interested in a person we are less tolerant of that person then we would be with somebody who we actually enjoy and like dogs who are dis interested have lower thresholds for being annoyed or reactive so watch for disinterest don't mistake that for friendliness and don't mistake com for friendliness it might not be either of those things this is very similar to you sitting down and trying to start a conversation with somebody they don't say anything they don't look at you they don't do much you wouldn't mistake that in a person for friendliness I'm not sure why we mistake it so frequently and dogs but watch for it dogs and people are very different but in many body language ways we are the same and if you can't figure out exactly what a dog is doing ask yourself what would I think if a person did that you probably won't be too far wrong so.
"serra" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
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"serra" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"He refuses to call me mad is mr serra but that's okay it's okay he's comfortable call so what joining calling in i don't know twenty minutes we're going to call it wasn't fights i know what i'm gonna do i get you bet i go time you know congratulations to dc not only winning the belt but i'm finally being named the number one pound for pound fighter dmitri johnson's great i mean no things mighty mouse is anything but great but dc did it in different way classes and just you know the caliber of competition now taking nothing from anybody or what he's done but dc is the best of the best and he's only lost john i mean it's gonna fight brock hopefully brock i think now entered the pool for testing yeah he's eligible january eighth i think is the first time brock is able to fight so it'll probably take place around that in dc are going out a little bit all said on twitter congratulations to you for saturday i want to and then the hashtag see you soon boy with an eye give the people what they wanna see me and what is it i l u i lose you owe to you okay to five in new two five in york dc rights replied here's the deal i never wrestled you all romero but in wrestling he probably would have served me up he's one of the great wrestlers of all time but you don't fail a class and then get moved up great the next one i mean that's what i was about the city like he no matter what you thought of that decision which i thought it was just like you did win it but i don't mind it was very close but his arkham you can't go from getting you know dropping a decision you know getting an l then ulsan you move up the fight for the championship it makes sense but he's smart desk for forty he's gotta ask it's a tough one though because i that was a an unbelievable at that one i really didn't think that you will or at least it was a draw you know what i mean but at the same time it's still loss on on paper so he can't but i would still wanna see it listen i wanna see i brock listener for everything you know all the you know for all the what do you call that hype theatrics oh i sit right i was worried i was going to say right now but now brought attention than i thought i wasn't going to say it right jimmy doesn't edit that fix it in post it's it's wrong wrong no but the explanation after we okay now keep going though his me but was oh these sides i'm not into that because it's it's bullshit like about people whatever i mean he sucked there and he pushes them and i don't like it is corny to me but but he is the legitimate like beast i mean the guy is a giant he's a phenomenal amateur wrestler which is the real wrestling and what you know what i i mean mean he's not just a fake wrestler i mean real grapple and the guy has be good guys i keep hearing and randy katori so frightening here frank mir marco and he is a beast he beat mark hunt man who people thought would knock out did he did he get pumping out that was the one he did not count fair enough fair i don't count out okay but i stay what you're saying but i don't count it but the other guys he did beat and fair and square so i am excited for him to fight because he's biggies explosive you know i believe he's younger that he's a little younger than forty well they're right there but you know styles leak fight so brock bronx forty one yeah so he's a little bit older easy to be able to hold down dc and beat him up doubt it very much but he's a big guy big guy so that it is going to be fun to watch so i mean i don't need you know all the wwf stuff i don't w w i don't need that shit i don't need the.
"serra" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"serra" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"Choke his son krone gracie's is in krona ron i always fucked up it's chronic i i've heard both right because they say ice cream chrome joke but it's croon marafe tron but he's but he's awesome he's a phenomenal jiu jitsu competitor well and then it may also do you pine for those days everyone it was legit style verse style do i want now do you miss the days when it was styled or style yeah but it's it's it's i mean it was exciting in new and you it's like that's my amaze ast how would you have anything to see if i have you ever seen insen annoy vers eager of champion yes that fight is i would give anything to see a fight like that again you don't you're never going to see a fight like that again mayweather mcgregor yeah at the time it was super exciting fucking kills i think about now that i'm a little older and it's like he's thinking about the juice and the knee kicks to the head and the dow stomps there so lucky someone didn't die in the ring oh no you you can't can't stop it on heads and shit i know there's one thing that you get punched it to the bell mention a stomping through bell jumps up like fucking bolo from know bruce levers fucking bob wall looking enter the jernigan would he jumps up and he comes down with his feet on a fucking guys throat or something he's got that constipated face on like.
"serra" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"You wear like spandex underlay shirt right yeah you to do gay you can wear spandex pants to spat stuckey doesn't matter ski i mean listen just take a shower after so you don't get to see so good staph infection i got one of those ones did you wear from you did to my knee from jitsu yeah thirty bucks no stopping see now you lost them cruel showering 'cause we adult chat where he was right he thought he's about the call i also ranked trail rolled or the guy who is not from our jim he was there for the day and his geese meld bed i should have just walked away i should've walked away guys those bed if the geese mel's bed you just get out of there you make up an excuse and you go if you if you want to do something so you here in the city gay i mean queens yeah queens i don't wanna give sean i would love have i would love that we'll take care young three to fuck and wolves even though you sound like you don't mind that but well that jimmy danaher class they're all wolves it's true what are you going to john could be a little sick fuck too people he has this mythical reputation now but i wanna go on record as a comedian i can say people don't get him credit he's a funny dude he's funny he's a very dry driven man pitcher liz of you knew drago it would be funny but you know drive over i'd be for my last couple of fights i'd fly johnny out to put me through my paces with the jitsu when i use drago as my guy struggles a good black belt and johnny would put me in positions and stuff and i'd work out of them so i'm hanging out with them for like two weeks you could deal with two more opposite drug was kind of an ogre fucking john you know you need a fuck into source then what the fuck is going on it's fucking great man i got when i came back i took night classes a bunch to try to get ready.
"serra" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"He does he's he's he's just going to go squirrel and he knows he does training my mind goes and looks over there the game you can play specific i could mention that with no rails but it has to be partially connected to tony so like he'll go enjoys it in there why would sunfire quit the x men sunfire was a japanese superhero and his is powered that works it was like it was like the human torch basically he had japanese and testing sorry yeah yeah i like the thing though the thing was always is okay let's not michael chiklis people say that guy was fucking the commission i heard the commission i don't know i hate people some people could band to george clooney i don't know that guy but tony ferguson and joins every second he does joys it sometimes that makes the difference you taking comedian i sure am it's hard to bet against he's twenty four twenty five cents 'cause you're mentioning oh we had a hard time with that we did see dick he's not gonna ask you said oh michael johnson here's some trouble in that so yes maybe three minutes worth but then in that same round i have something i did fuck with me jim i'm doing for myself that same round that he had look at you know the same i'm up i wear sunglasses so i block out all of the strikes really look hollywood oh let it makes more like michael chiklis.
"serra" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"Very funny very creative guy we took him i gathered okay rosario very created we're looking at me when you said that all those things well we already know that all right i don't need to intro you is tell me about chris again because he's a comedian in a really good hbo special about depression and he's a show on tru tv is podcast very very creative guy about depression yeah i threes comedian he is here's a show about anything meetings are happy people hold on a second you said he has show on hbo i'm thinking it's comedy special no no it was a special it was showed appetite did it per producer directed oh oh so it's it's not a single one man show was i gonna do depression there's about depression what's so funny about that everything happy people never funny it is true comedians do fucking wolf how the worst the worst all right yeah well i i wanna get happy with a comedian comes in want to know i know it's so funny about the parisian not things people relate to it sometimes people laugh because they related shit yeah sure sometimes i left when i'm not supposed to live exactly like you'll making jokes about a funeral was awful it was it was totally inappropriate yeah it really just just hit the talk and before we bring chris you had wanted to start an address something about the what have i what happened was fucking happy eager matt went to gesture and literally is when he's not sneezing on his sleeve you don't have to be sorry because look sorry none of it.
"serra" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"Okay we're good thank you it's it's good to talk to you guys yet rose hi how are you good matt serra is out today so it's phoenix and jim where are you guys right now you sound like you're on a helicopter landing pad we're we're on on the highlight right now are we gonna point mary driving okay so now today a day off training or did you already start usually my days off off their day but we into wednesday just simply we've been tapping today today what do you what do you do rose on a day off what like what like what is it you look forward to on your day off working out usually i just trying to get some sun rays or something whether tonight otherwise the morning i did a flow tank so it's a healing waters the place i went to you and and it's close by so i use it like a little time to just a float in some epsom salt water meditate that's really great way to take my mind or at least get my mind in the state without taxing my body i like to take his low things like that would you how do you meditate do you do like a breathing holding the breath and then like x hailing or is it are you just so used to it you can just go right into it they're in certain things that i you know wanna i'm flake rehearsing lines basically that tell myself you know like i'm the best of the world and things like that you know i just i just did little macho today eight have to remind myself all the time you know just to control my thoughts better and and then that kind of when i repeat those things to my token over game plan like that it kinda just automatically i all bring attention to my reading every once in a while i make sure that i'm not getting tense or or overly excited or anything i've never actually met i liked it as a champion i guess you have to to to say i've tried that i've said to myself like i'm the best in the world and that's the only time i've ever heard god speaks bill you're not.