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"sir leon" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"sir leon" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Live call in talk about whatever you want to talk about. We're talking about the biden staffer who thinks that facebook is shredding the fabric of our democracy. It's mark with you. Because mountaineer and richie rich eight five five four five zero three seven three three. It's eight fifty five. Four fifty freeze. And freedom richie. Yesterday we did a An after show. I don't know if it's i don't think it's gotten played yet. Might be on this evening show. As a matter of fact it's been uploaded to the appropriate place from my side. And i don't know what it it couldn't have been attached last night because last night was another interview. So right i believe is going in tonight but it was about sport killed absolutely and you both you and i have Some kilts from sport tilt dot com. I have had sport kills before the became an advertiser which is why. I reached out to them because i love their product and now have four sport. Kilts here's what i would like to Delays out there. Christmas is coming. And no you know maybe not the same old thing this year maybe a kilt for your man absolutely it might be fun. So sport kilt dot com. I love mine. High quality. american-made stuff It's great so i recommend go to sport. Kilt dot com use code f. t. l. till the end of the month you can save fifteen percent. That is my understanding. That's one five. Fifteen percent on these high. Quality american-made kilts sport tilt dot com. And was here is a kilt owner. Even if it's not a sport kill moment so we're okay guy surprisingly manly and Absolutely well it surprising. Any anything should be so manly. Okay that's fair. it is remarkable. How manley kilted. Yeah what i would say. Is that if you're going to get razzed by anybody about a kilt. It's about by somebody who doesn't have the guts to wear one absolutely not a woman you know. I've never been razzed In my kilt. no. I've been many times. You know not just for you know the manliness of it like you got the you're wearing a kilt and it's gorgeous and it's a sport kill yep all i've gotten this compliments myself so you take four dot com. Let's go to robert calling in from south carolina robert. You're on free talk live. Yes sir. I just wanted to say that that i heard what you said before about knowledge. It's important it's important to know how to use a computer how to think logically. How all the grassroots kinds of things you have to do in daily life but it's really important to know actually all of the fifty states the united states where the capitals or things like that because you can look them up in a split second if you had to use a computer but if you don't know how to use a computer and you don't calculate things and you can't think logically you're in really really really big trouble. I can't imagine how anyone could vote for a guy who doesn't know g. o. d. who that is or what that is a guy who who gets along speech and and campaigns for the us senate when he's actually trying to get into the president he probably just misspoke right. He studied misspoke. Speak a lot understood. But he had spent forty years in the senate right is only. Its third time running for president and i thought you were. I thought you were saying knows. How many states there are not their names or they're capitals necessarily but just knows how many states there are. I mean i think that to me. There should be a base of knowledge to Just to be able to have an opinion on a subject. I'm educating high school right. I mean robert. You know you and i of smart guys but anybody who comes to us for brain surgery full because whether we're smarter now doesn't really matter were completely ignorant on the subject of brain surgery so i wouldn't go around and i'll tell you what if you went around. Did samantha in the street interviews on the streets of the united states. And you ask people about brain surgery. These idiots would give you an opinion. Yes you're right about that. And the thing is anybody can be taught. Well everybody you know. Average intelligence actually could probably be brain surgeon. Anybody who dedicates them something and ruining wants to collect that knowledge and has a thirst for knowledge in his first excellence and really wants to do a good job. You can amazing things with an average mind problem. Is that be nope parents. They're pressed to the wall the two or three jobs if no time for their children to children grow up wild and once once you reach a certain age you lose that ability to to to think logically into i'm into smith. Children brown probably has a lot to do with the fact that they're raised by the state. Yeah i mean the vast majority of the time that these children have is with state care. And they're parents care. Sir leon weekdays well if they're really in bad shape. Es but most of the time they're just in the neighborhood walking around maybe at home watching tv or playing some kind of games on on their computer. You know kinds of games that well the thing is you. Don't they don't learn from it. They could put in there. That would learn something from but society doesn't do that. I paying job to do that. I think it's your parents job to see what What their kids are. You know what i mean. If you're going to pay attention to what they're putting in their mouth pay attention to what they're putting in their brain. Well if we're gonna defend everybody's right to have kids and then we're going to. You're going to obviously see some very ordinary. If not diminishing returns on your kid thing on the other hand eugenics has gotten a very bad name over the course of the last century okay. Let's take these good smart up standing. Humans breed them together in order to get better. Smart upstanding humans though the majority of eugenics programs tend to be government. Run and You know it's an issue and probably related to the welfare state because the more you have the more you have to care for and so if you don't want to care for all that many the best way to get rid of the dumb ones. I think that what we are actually just sort of stuck with in the world is that society's full of poor people Come up get rich. And then once they get rich the poor people at the bottom of the poor the rich people on top. And then you just have it. All sort of cycle over in another place as it descends into a socialist cesspool equality of outcomes advice pre vice president-elect will have you believe yeah and i care a lot more about getting rid of the bad ones like the evil people then.

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"sir leon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"sir leon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Be looking up well the global effect over the virus not least in Spain yes once a good morning Spain has recorded its deadliest days since a corona virus outbreak was seven hundred and thirty eight deaths this raises the total fatalities to around three thousand four hundred Bucks Macarena Mancini has more the number of confirmed cases jumped to more than forty seven thousand six hundred space health minister said these numbers are likely to increase over the next few days announce the country because of all your calls material from China for four hundred and thirty million euros my dream my carnal yet number daybreak Europe this conservatively way cautious optimism is the mood as the new coronavirus cases do decline being both Alexander specialist has the details the country Europe's most hit so far reported five thousand two hundred and ten new cases on Wednesday and the six hundred eighty three deaths both those numbers are lower than those recorded on Tuesday and seems to hint the drastic containment measures are finally starting to pay off in Rome I just sent us this shot at noon birthday break Europe in the U. K. pressures building on prime minister Boris Johnson over the lack of virus testing the government's top medical advice as as a U. K. must learn from other countries experiences morning the National Health Service may be overwhelmed by the pandemic chief medical officer Chris witty says a U. case testing capacity is being hobbled by global supply bottlenecks now in India the three week long country wide lockdown is preventing much needed medical equipment from reaching hospitals and clinics this comes as a reality all of the government's orders aimed at containing the spread of the corona virus does stump to bodies three bugs Ruth pilot reports strict movement herbs being imposed by local governments and hampering supplies of medical devices and personal protective equipment health workers India's economic statistical releases for March and April also likely to be incomplete if not delight as corona virus related precautions and the lockdown disrupt field data collection in New Delhi Reese Holland Bloomberg daybreak here cable news twenty four hours a day on it and QuickTake by Bloomberg analysts by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts symbol then one hundred and twenty countries I'm the and Karen's this is pulling back Caroline thank you so much Sir Leon givens that let's get a little bit of sports news what there is of course mainly about to disruptions from code of always his Colin Presley.

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"sir leon" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"sir leon" Discussed on No Agenda

"Not might WanNa read. Miguel Lopez in Flanders New Jersey. Fifty six seventy eight Wayne Larkham in Sunny Bank hills Australia. Fifty six twenty one Sir Leon ice in Tampa Florida fifty five thirty three so laughs a lot or laugh a lot sir. Roger on ice. I know you've got leaks or Roger on what I say. Surly each to Roger on ice or laugh. A lot in metairie Louisiana fifty five ten sweet pickle in Los Gatos California fifty five ten stoskopf onboard or Bamberg in New York City. Did he five ten days today. Depreciate if we could include them on the three twenty two birthday lists in okay so this. Today's birthday was yesterday. Giving Birthday congrats prior to date of Of is bad luck and I just finished my first observance of Shabat Interesting Times. Call for interesting methods. Thank you for the maintenance you betcha Connor Lawrence in Albany New York fifty three thirteen Sir Slam Bob Rolling Night of the Guadalupe Trail in San Jose California fifty one fifty Shannon Atkins in Warren Michigan. Fifty dot fifty Christopher Barger on your own and think maybe Barger Mars your own. Maybe an Acworth Georgia fifty-fifty. We'll see if Georgia be Christopher barge around maybe Adam Wheeler in Little Rock. Arkansas thirty three four. Marlin hold on hold on. I caught something. I'm lifting. The veil of anonymity says Adam Wheeler to wish my smoking hot wife a happy anniversary on three twenty four. Thank you for your courage Adam Wheeler and thank you indeed for Martin Fifty Oh five and the following people are fifty dollar donors name and location. He's talking with viscount. Patrick maycom in New York City going as viscount Brian landing.

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"sir leon" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

11:10 min | 2 years ago

"sir leon" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The past few months twelve deaths have been confirmed in ten states and investigative findings suggest the. products containing T. H. C. the principal psychoactive compound in marijuana or other cannabis oils. may play a role in the outbreak some states have imposed a temporary ban on the sale of the cigarettes or flavored liquids used. in them while researchers investigate health related issues the food and drug administration. is considering a ban on all non tobacco flavors of vaping liquids the CDC recommends an E. cigarette should not be used by children young adults pregnant women are adults who don't already use tobacco products. of the seventeen biopsies that were examined to were from the Mayo Clinic patient's the others were from hospitals around the country that were sent to the Mayo Clinic for further investigation all the patients all of the patients had vague and seventy one percent had vape with marijuana or cannabis oils in all showed acute lung injury including no Monia and two of the seventeen patients. died we were not surprised by what we found regarding toxicity said doctor Larson senior author of the study we've seen a handful of cases scattered individual cases over the past two years were we've observed the same thing and now we're seeing a southern sudden spike in cases are study offers the first detailed review of the abnormalities that may be seen in long biopsies to help other doctors make a diagnosis in the appropriate clinical context so there we are there they say they'd be associated one injury can be difficult to diagnose no some less you know the doctors or and researchers are armed with information before hand so that's what they have right right you know we talked about it because millions of vape tobacco products without this happening. yeah over the years I know I probably know ten people that one on E. cigarettes and stop smoking right yeah I mean it's everywhere right. we're good there was concern early on. by a regulatory agencies about the chemicals related to the flavor remember that and they want to look into that because they hadn't been they believe they have been fully vetted that they you know might have some unsafe. qualities to them so I I think. ultimately when you look at it on the big picture you get regulators or lawmakers whether it's state lawmakers in in states that have legalized marijuana or federal you know lawmakers you know on on the tobacco side. they're likely to make more moves. from the legalization standpoint this probably is going to be one of those items that's investigated. in each state I think that is legalized so for. in order to determine what they have to do to and this is what lawmakers to to regulate that industry because. going back to the whole legalization movement. you know legalize and tax it remember that. well it was legalized it in its traditional form but the form started changing out edibles have been around on the you know yes amateur black market for a long time I mean people have been you know baking it in the properties forever but edibles changed. when they started condensing the oil and and making it stronger. now there's a an actual industry on edibles then you get into the vaping and everything else and I thing and this is something you and I've been on I really question where lawmakers will go on that in. standardizing it because if the if the industry doesn't standardized lawmakers will could you be very careful we're on the topic. not the edibles. you said you said we're on it I'm not going on were were on the issue yeah well you can you know I've been on the topic for years yeah yes yes well known and we don't we don't actually write soon the other wheels while on the job don't know the big but it is about the standardization begins we talked about on on the dosage right and and because the alcohol industry has to do the same thing I mean there's there's regulation based on alcohol content. I actually toured one of the places that that makes the the moonshine the legal moonshine. and they have one that's just pure you know but it's the purest they can make I guess. and it's a hundred and I think it was a hundred and ten a hundred and twenty proof for something I said by law it's the strongest we can make. and you know you you do a tasting while you're there and it's who who man this thing will burn the paint off the floor. but the point is is that. there is that standard right now the words that was the strongest they could make so the alcohol industry has been dealing with that on state levels for a long time and that's likely where they're going to go with the with the dosage then you get into something different in terms of the safety of vaping and the chemicals that are associated with it that essentially facilitate the vaping. and by the way just yesterday in a reprieve for jewel another vaping companies a state appellate court in New York yesterday temporarily halted the proposed ban on flavor E. cigarettes that was set to take effect today the ruling by an appellate panel in Albany delays delays governor Cuomo's emergency executive action banning all flavored vape products besides menthol for at least a week after the vaping industry filed suit to stop at the ban will remain on hold until at least October eighteenth when the parties are back in court we are very pleased with the New York state appellate divisions decision which acknowledges the strength of our claims about the state's executive over reach. said the head of the vapor technology association state officials promised to press on and defend the banned by the courts to ruling temporarily delays are scheduled enforcement of this band it will not deter us from using every tool at our disposal to address this crisis said New York health commissioner Howard soccer make no mistake this is a public health emergency the demands immediate action to help assure the well being of our children will what's the public health emergency selling E. cigarettes with tobacco to adults. in a in a regulated way which and this is a question that we had asked because for what how long his bait the U. cigarettes been around really what seven years now maybe yeah right seven eight years how many millions of people then when it first came out before people started you know vaping the pot in it when it first came out how many hundreds of thousands possibly millions of people went on them in order to stop smoking cigarettes right. because that was how they were marketed correct yes I didn't hear of massive. problems at that point and so we asked the question what happened yeah what's changed and and they were a member at that time the these people that used to smoke or vapor and they had all the different flavors you know and they were experimenting with the flavors and they just they thought it was a great alternative to smoking and hopefully your help hope hopefully healthier because the carcinogens were not you may be ingesting the nicotine but the carcinogens are going in your lawn so that right right. and so they've unit is out and the flavors will allow then so is a health emergency the deaths or as a health emergency the fact the children are getting hold of a product that is illegal for them already. I don't know New York has invoice plain to me what it is right because they didn't jump I mean I don't hear anybody jump on and say all pock products have to go. right well that's a Mayo Clinic finding out that that's really the problem. are the states that allow that that have legalized marijuana and the vaping cylinders for the oil are they banning them well new look at the number of deaths versus the number of consumers for that product. and and you do the right ratio in the in not looking to demean or diminish the value of any life here but I'm talking about from a regulatory standpoint yeah they act on an industry. the alcohol industry you could certainly make the case. how many alcohol related deaths would that be the same if that is you know if the if they are looking at the deaths as the crisis. as the emergency. then would you not look at the alcohol industry the same way and I know a lot of people that are pro legalization that say the same thing but but that's not the point and it's it's not really even about legalization of marijuana it's the process of vaping. that's the question and is there something different. has something changed in that process that is the common thread in each of these. deaths and and what is toxic in the this is the question I would it what is toxic in the the cannabis vaping that would not be toxic in the same way as if you. smoked a joint right. right. what is it is it D. it is it the the the the strength of it what what is it I the concentration I don't know that wasn't answered in it right in in this year but what's the difference between smoking pot the normal stuff the the weed the bod whatever and vaping of it that would do damage by vaping. because that was the whole point that may be the the the vaping wasn't made with the the electronic cigarettes were made right they were the ones made in China and it was allowing you to inhale too much. well they don't seem to make you that is the case. and again Sir Leon yeah I'm gonna make that clear it's and it's the first real study that they've had where they've done biopsies so is there a common pre existing condition with any of those who are deceased. that is related that's a great point don't know. eight six six ninety run I coming up with Gerry McNamara and the record..

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"sir leon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"sir leon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The man was shot with a light found on Chinese national day which sold some of the worst clashes between protesters and to please north Korea's calling the first test of its new submarine launched ballistic missile in may two piece for its national security according to the Korean central news agency leader Kim Jong own was absent from the exercise this move could indicate that Kim wants to distance himself personally from the latest missile tests which comes just days before long delayed nuclear talks with the US and vaping related long injuries all public because like toxic chemicals that's according to new analysis from the Mayo Clinic the results may help investigators solve the mysterious outbreak that is now killed at least twelve people Lebanese twenty five the date on there and it took took on Twitter by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred and twenty countries on the end givens this is Bing Buck Caroline thank you so much Sir Leon more on the Hong Kong story I she Hong Kong was canceled the wine and dine festival own unforeseen circumstances of us of the latest in times of Hong Kong I mean of course is off to the retail sector reported sales in August this not by twenty three percent year on year so it's another potential consequence from the unrest they said need to school the unforeseen circumstances the wanted on festival is is canceled an on call we're also getting some red heads only French PMI figure is just coming out now this PMI fifty one point one was fifty one point six that is that's clearly a bit of an issue that Afrin Trogus services PMI figure suggesting I guess something about the the health of the European economy yeah I. D. what it's it's a slow down. it is definitely a disappointment verses the prelim fica and the office is still an expansion retired tree for September and the key services six a in phones as those who will be a breaking news lines in terms of in terms of the perfect time of this morning those who want to take you to one of our key interviews of course because a guy Johnson early this morning was speaking to Charles Evans a for the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago he is also an FOMC voting member this year there was speaking at the G. I see said the bike series in Madrid they spoke about a number of issues of the phase of a slowdown in the US economy what to expect as we head towards the octave fed me saying as soon let sit listening now to some of that conversation between a guy Johnson on set I'm Charles Evans I'm.

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"sir leon" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"sir leon" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"The man was shot with a light found on Chinese national day which sold from the ones clashes between protesters and to please north Korea's courting the first test of its new submarine launched ballistic missile the may two piece for its national security according to the Korean central news agency leader Kim Jong own was absent from the exercise this move could indicate that Kim wants to distance himself personally from the latest missile tests which comes just days before long delayed nuclear talks with the US and vaping related long injuries all public because like toxic chemicals that's according to new analysis from the Mayo Clinic the results may help investigators sold the mysterious outbreak that is now killed at least twelve people cable news twenty five the date on there and it took took on Twitter by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred and twenty countries I'm yeah Kevin's this is Bing Buck Caroline thank you so much Sir Leon more on the Hong Kong story I she will call is canceled the wine and dine festival own unforeseen circumstances of us for the latest in terms of home cold I mean of course is off to the retail sector reported sales in August that's not by twenty three percent year on year so it's another potential consequence from the unrest they sent me to school to unforeseen circumstances the wanted done festival is is counseled in Hong Kong we're also getting some red heads only French PMI figure is just coming out now this PMR fifty one point one limit was fifty one point six the the said that's could be a bit of an issue that fringe locust services PMI figure suggesting I guess something about the the health of the European economy ID what it's it's a slow day. it is definitely a disappointment verses the prelim fica and the office is still an expansion retire at tree for September and the key services six a in phones as those who will be a breaking news lines in terms of in terms of the perfect time of this morning does someone to take you to one of our key interviews of course because a guy Johnson early this morning was speaking to Charles Evans a for the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago he is also an FOMC voting member this year that was speaking at the G. I see said to bike series in Madrid they spoke about a number of issues of the phase of a slowdown in the US economy what to expect as we head towards the octave fed me saying I say let's sit listening now to some of that conversation between a guy Johnson on set I'm Charles Evans. about the.

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"sir leon" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:13 min | 2 years ago

"sir leon" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Here. and the weather is absolutely beautiful unfortunately not so much up in no Warren County it's a it's a horrible case here is you know former Carlisle high school cheerleader Brooks got a Richardson accused of killing a newborn baby and bearing in our parents backyard the issue contention whether not to burn the baby but he's facing charges of aggravated murder Lester included of endangering chill of course the big ones and also involuntary manslaughter too but endangering children tamper with evidence because of course and a looking at life in prison and yesterday during the trial the jury watch about two hours of video from the from the box to the interview room more deputies and detectives for a questioning her on on what she knew and what happened with the time line was joining me on the acute hearing centers dot com hotline is criminal defense attorney former Butler County prosecutor Jason fell upon Jason good morning how are you good morning Sir Leon yeah sure I I guess as I watch and watch all two hours of the video but I I thought an interest well you know what let me just back up let me just get your overall perspective forget to some may be more specific questions on on the video itself and now whether that helped her for defense. I think right now it hurts because it shows someone applying it shows someone that not quite remorseful of anything that I've heard and it starts the paint a very compelling picture to the jury about what the prosecutors trying to do so I think that if you just look at it in a hole right now zero cross examination it looks bad what do you see in there that make you said that. number one she lied and she lied over and over again about not being pregnant about some other aspects of that and you know when when someone is people say that when someone innocent they don't lie and so that the overwhelming Scott that a juror has even if they're not being told it's like that when your life you're done when you run your done those kind of the things that the the prosecutor hang your hat on and so when you have hours and hours of that you you reinforces to the jury that she can't be trusted and if she can't be trusted her defense can't be trusted and so that starts the paint a pre pretty bad picture for her yeah that that makes sense to yeah I I think it's interesting also that is I watch this video and I thought okay it's a really good lesson too in in in criminal rights but specifically why you want to have an attorney present why you want to get a lawyer like yourself eighteen here's an eighteen year old girl not granted if you think she's guilty or just jammed up in something will the journal decide that but I think everyone can agree a look at this and you see a scared frightened eighteen year old girl here now twenty years old obviously corporate eighteen years all the time this interview was recorded in here she is getting you know technically handled by a couple of detectives who have a lot of experience and not knowing how the process actually works that's what I saw. yeah and I think that eventually what the defense is going to point out to you gonna cross examined the detective on that today and I think ultimately you have hours of interviewing and anyone's going to break down over a few hours and so now you started the pencil Starkey thank the picture book this call made a couple mistakes and she went over well but they came in and they got her admitting the things that she actually did do and that's not uncommon either and so that's why I said the other day of the defense counsel the most important thing I do when I started cases tell the jury please wait until the end of the case to make that determination because yesterday it broke with the prosecutor high jurors go home they think about that and then today the time starts doing their cross examination and they're painting. right right in in on that too one thing and we are back and and something them problem involves all of a sudden I don't know if it's gonna happen us at sometime but if you're ever caught up in a situation where you're being interviewed by police it comes directly to maybe she didn't understand the severity or did that maybe she didn't understand her right to know she signed a sheet that that consented to being interviewed by police because she felt she had nothing to hide stable but I I know so one point a female deputy telling her that you know we didn't think you did anything wrong basically is what the female deputy said to her in and clearly that's not the case I mean did to someone like that could the defense go Hey you know what she was under duress she didn't fully understand her rights at the time because as she asked detective about should I get a lawyer the detective said the I a I know I I don't know what you're supposed to say clearly she didn't understand what what her a Miranda rights were at that point is that a legitimate defense although now the jurors I guess the the tape set on the ply but beyond saying as for a lesson for all of us there. right I think that that's what I tell clients all the time to look you you should I I always recommend that you stock in the belief I'll talk to the budgetary before you talk to the police if someone broke into my house shot my dogs out of my house and I had to tell myself I'm so called on the twenty first even though I am an attorney just because you never know and an attorney can speak for you and then what the attorney is saying can't be used in court but in this case what what what people forget is the police officers are allowed to lie to the kind of or suspects and so they lied to her saying we don't think which there is a big deal that's a lie but yet the jury at the end of the day they only remember the lives of the defendant that not the one that the police officer said to get some statement made yeah I'm not that I'm not making the taxes a cop to look like you know that there are a variety enemy here at all but that's that's the nature of their game they're trying to come up with a convict they're trying to yup follow the father the lead and follow where the clues take them hopefully in a pure sense some do have an agenda and I'm not saying at all that's the case here I don't think it is but yeah this is why you wanna have someone understands the law to be your circuit is because you think it's like hail as I did do anything wrong I'm gonna I'm gonna tell you that I know there's a lot of people who have been jammed up on things because they they were innocent but believe that in and unfortunately in some cases you have law enforcement that that's not as good as what you're seeing in this case in Warren County and it's unfortunate. exactly and even even from an individual that are interrogated by police for hours and ultimately are found not guilty their statements are still taken out of context and so statements even even when they yeah that's the only style can be taken out of context and that's what you're gonna have in this case as well where she made a comment I guess to the the jury are Schrock not Google how to get rid of a baby. about that that's what the headline of stops what opening statement say but then when you look at the video further she was actually talking about aborting or terminating the child in that manner and it was just taken out of context that's what the defense you can argue so you have hours and hours of video and ultimately the jury gave for the fight there believe in that case and right now it looks it looks pretty bad for her yeah I mean I I you know it's funny but my wife Michelle you know my wife and and we just got in and we do our segment on Thursday and she always says yeah you know when if something ever happens to be they're gonna be place segments of the show and stuff step you say to me it's like but but I mean you know it's kind of it's it's sick but it's it's true I mean and that probably has more to do with the prosecutor than it does the detectives were the police right. yeah because at the end of the day the prosecutor has to prove their case and they're going to use every piece of evidence that they have and they're going to use it in ways that make their element better I guess and so in this case it things like packs that she was making about how she was so happy her belly being back writings of that nature that looks horrible that looks like what I wanted that they'd be gone so badly that that I killed the child the moment you know she was born and then little things like that when she says I had to go yesterday it ended on I didn't kill it she didn't call her. and then they start hammering on those little pieces were and the defense counsel that their job is to fill in all of the other areas and the contact the prosecutor did get out. she got a eating disorder and if they really dive into that mental illness which is pretty powerful mental illness they can talk about how body images so variety and she can have a body image issue and fell once a child or not want to kill a child and that's what you're gonna see over the next week or so yeah and ABC the video to the mom is kind of like that there's a mommy issues going on here to not that that excuses at all which is accused of doing it's very serious but you know if you're the defense these are the things you start playing at Jason syllabus got slow she song show this morning former Butler County prosecutor and criminal offense attorney Jason fill bomb as ever talking about the scatter Richardson case in Warren County as the jury watch about two hours of video yesterday from her interview with police up there Carlisle and the S. some interesting things coming up Hey one of the other things to here is is it doesn't strike me Jason that they can they could really get her an involuntary manslaughter because you know you have a you you have the remains of the baby after a couple months being in a shallow ground I guess a grave so shallow because you don't have the strength to dig the grave is that they literally just want the yard pick the bones up I know it's kind of gross but that that's kind of what happened but it at that stage it's it's a is it impossible for them to prove that this was this was the act that they're accusing ever doing it doesn't seem like the evidence is strong enough there and in the end it seems more probable she gets a lesser included. well not mention question on a. the compromise that cares. it costs here thanks for the help and she should be charged with murder.

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"sir leon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"sir leon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Bahamas they will needs twenty four hours a day on average take took on Twitter by more than twenty seven hundred Janice sometime this symbol the one hundred and twenty countries I'm Liane Karen's this is playing but Caroline thank you so much Sir Leon I'm thank you for updating us about the death of of of it Mike Ave and I got she spoke to the current Zimbabwean president which is M. some on a gondola at just this week a month credit my P. by colleague of mine a scrawny for doing the interview of course he was a fifty year ally of Mugabe and I think that's going to be a little said about the controversial legacy from Robert Mugabe so absolutely if you know Amazon mom and got quiet nicknamed the crocodile Fulton that seventies the liberation war with Robert Mugabe also a controversial figure he sounded very upbeat in the interview that he did with pretty vexing relations with the US and the western world is definitely improving bass we know it's the same government symbol we are still suffering the same economic and political issues that have plagued the country for decades and many people think because it is the same generation in charge these forty maturing of the the war that server what's about way to independence in the end against the you deny the people want to take a power in the seventies and. you will feel it's not time to give that up yet they they feel they earned in many ways I think the power that they have six can be really difficult and I think for some but we going forward but also you know we should not the passing of of gigantic figure in Africa I mean someone who was absolutely I clinic and most respected hugely for many many years in fact famously.

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"sir leon" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"sir leon" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"That's skip and paints California vibes in Long Beach Hey this they would play it is I love it sorry I just got sidetracked they would play this after every win yeah and then when the LA kings would score this was this is a whole song yeah so yeah sorry timeless Grover K. way great song Thomas anyway speaking of funny stories also this week we went and ate at DJs yeah did you get the BJ yeah the Pacific days Tuesdays I get the flight of the keys when they a little mini ones I've ever had yeah that's how they do it's a flight of the keys they have a good for you because it gives rise and there's only three dollars to I mean IT beer gluten free yeah he had a beer that he was like losing his mind it's always get the root beer that they make root beer cream soda they do like an orange soda and it's all like hand crafted made in in house Sir Leon somewhere nearby we didn't realize we had a server name Alan yeah help this our summer lan and he was on top of all of Vanessa's our Jeez and I was able to eat anything and I was able to eat and he's bringing in shots and making us try all the free stuff for us so we know how much can I drink a beer and I have been drinking a beer in about two years I had the loudest beer Bourbon we walked out yeah that was the right always funny but I was happy for you it was it was it was awesome but what was funny is Vanessa's pocket dooming Jatin he's going to California he's so excited to be a rather the reaction goes we're going to go watch on his bachelor party on a Sunday A. P. eighty W. other then my own dental dinner and having the best time ever talking about Leslie Leslie I saw it on my phone and drink wine your favorite so I said well first one can mine is you know I'm a whole Colgan Bennett Jack Haynes I'm going early eighties seventies if you guys who went oh Jeez old felt old I said I looked over at her I said there's one match that she needs to watch okay it would be the hell in the cell with a meaningful exfoliate that right or you dad used match yeah yeah be on the edge of your seat on that one even like the my wife's kind of in your she's in your shoes like tolerates wrestling I don't even tolerated all you just turn it off I just completely zone I sort.

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"sir leon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"sir leon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Good morning budget British special forces have seized a supertanker over Gibraltar it was carrying a baby oil to Syria in violation of European and US sanctions Toronto okay the action illegal summoning the British ambassador to explain the action Madrid is now considering a complaint over the seizure it happened in what is that Spain considers its own elsewhere Sudan's political rivals have agreed to share power for a transitional period of three years or more before holding general elections the two sides agreed to rotate control of the sovereign council the top tier of power the north African countries being rocked by months of turmoil that led to the ouster of longtime president Omar al Bashir in April news of the agreement reportedly sparked a frenzied street celebrations German chancellor Angela Merkel will meet leaders of six south eastern European states seeking to join the way the biggest trading block in polling data from Warsaw prefix moderate extralite ski has more I'll Banja Serbia Kosovo north Macedonia Montenegrin both actually now you have long expressed frustration at the slow progress towards membership well the message of German chancellor will be closely watched hope of new momentum was undercut Monday when French president said there'd be no further announcement unless deep reform in the U. happens first in were so my excellence commune Britney make Europe and finally president trump kept the politics out of it hailing Americans found is from sent to state job was independence day spectacle Bloomberg's Josh Wingrave reports he spoke for forty five minutes between military flyovers and celebrated American victories innovations in civil rights milestones from stone was uncharacteristically a political vote Democrats still say he used the days that the fact of campaign rally before the speech trump spent the morning one of his golf courses in Washington Josh Wingrove number daybreak Europe cable needs twenty four hours a day on average it took took on Twitter pop by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts symbol the one hundred twenty countries I'm young garance this is played by Caroline thank you so much Sir Leon we could be talking about the Indian budget that is being delivered to parliament right now the sensex's only within about one percent five last month record high ten year yields at the low since two thousand and seventy so what will the budget provide intensive details we're going to delve deep but not enough since the rest son who is the chief investment officer at Franklin Templeton alternative investments will be joining us live from Mumbai.

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"sir leon" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

08:41 min | 2 years ago

"sir leon" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"To go to bed, you can have your smart plug on a timer to turn the TV off. And then hope that they don't know how to turn it back on because you can work a smart plug manually there. Also good for safety leaving the lights on may not be a big deal. But gosh, I hate this. We've leave the curling iron on or space heater on. Well, you would have wished that you had a smart plus you can turn it off on your phone now. Those are some basic examples if you really want to use them to your fullest potential, you want to set up routines using Amazon Alexa, Google assist. So you have a TV and maybe a streaming box, and they can be controlled through hub with smart. Plus, you can also sit up routine. So you can say, hey, good evening. And then you can have that phrase to say, you know, turn on the TV the fan on the smart plug like lamps. Now, the best part about smart plugs, is that they're affordable. Actually, they're usually in the twenty to thirty dollar range. And if you're wondering, which smart plug is worth the money, we have a whole buying guide over at commando dot com. Of course. All right back to the phones, we go we have derby in Los Angeles, so derby, where did you come up with the ringtone idea? So what happens is, you know, I start wanting to look for I can't find it. So I just make it myself. And then somebody hears me. Hey, Where'd you get that from? Well, I made it like how did you make that kind of go through it? And they're like sounds like too much work. Can you do it for me? Okay. Sure. Then my family wants one. And then, you know, somebody else wants fun. And then I'm thinking, you know, if I go online and the app store in the tone star, there's still people paying a dollar for a retail. I'm like there's gotta be money out there to be made. And I started looking on how to do it. And there's a ton of money to be made still, but it's like to get into that business. I've got it kinda Tiki dock with another company that already does it. And then there are only a little bit. And I'd never find anything that look like a year. You might know. Well, let's let's start the basic stuff. So is this music that you've created sometimes it's just it's like. Just something crazy. I've heard and and I'm, you know, we'll make it make a copy of the sound just recording something in in a outside anywhere. And then or it's a clip from a sound that was in a movie, and then I realized we might be getting into some copyright things. So I if I wanna do a piece of a song. If it's in the public domain data. Okay. I just don't know what the rules are where you can charge and it's free. And I have no problem doing free to just to even learn how to do it. I just want to think maybe there's some money to be made there. Well, you know like where you were talking about before. I mean, it's definitely on the decline. Okay. You know, you're looking at a billion dollars in two thousand ten here. We are ten years later. It's at thirty four million dollars, which if you think of everybody in the universe that has a phone. Okay. Right. That's really not a lot of money thirty four million dollars. So if you want to try it as a hobby, I think, it's great. But if it's something that you're like, I'm gonna quit my day job and. Okay. I'm gonna say derby. I don't want you living under the four zero five freeway. Okay. This is not going to happen. And I don't mean to dissuade you, but the all the top ringtones are put out by the record companies. Okay. So because they have all the existing relationships. And so, you know, the steps to create the ringtone, and then of course, you have the sample rate and everything that you need to put in there. And maybe if you can come up with something unique. But I definitely wouldn't do us any part of any movie any score anything that you've heard of before these have to be original releases. Now, I, you know, I volunteered. The use of my voice, but as a ringtone, but Andrew engines seem very excited about that. No, I wasn't. I hear you once a week during the Kim commando showing I am during the podcast during the week. I think that's enough. I think I'm good. I'm good on that front. But thank you. Hurts my heart. I'm sure does derby with love your voice. Would you do? Yeah. Oh, absolutely. He's lying to. Okay. Derby. Your phone's ringing can pick up your phone. That'd be great. Everybody would want. Sure. You know, what derby I'm not even going to let you go near that. Because I don't want you. I was in LA this past week a lot of homeless people. All right. Oh my God. I know it's awful. Isn't it though? Thank you so much for your time. Well, yeah. Well, derby, you know, what next time you have a good business idea. You give us a call. And I promise that we'll give it a better shake Andrew, do you think? Definitely better the ringtones. There would be Ed. Thanks derby. Lana in Nevada City, California. Either. Oh, hi, Kim. Oh my God. I've been listening to you while I'm waiting, and I forgot my own question is I love listening to you so much. I was cracking. Oh, well, I'll tell you what it says, I'll tell you what it says needs labels for business. Oh, right. Right. Okay. So I I just want to tell you, you're so awesome. Mike from you too. Thank you so much for your work and giving us this medicinal herbalist, just rose, very home scale small business. I don't even really have a business yet. But I've created labels for my product K. And what I need is. I I make individual products a lot. So when I need a label I need one on demand. So you're Personalizing whatever you're putting in the bottle, right? I'm Personalizing for an individual formula for either respiratory or gastric disorders of whatever got it binds, you know, and my label now that I've created I need. I don't need fifty of time, Sir Leon. No, no, you probably need like onesies twosies, right know, onesies twosies or maybe twenty or twenty-five because I am selling products not necessarily in the stores, but now by word of mouth, and I do consultations, and there are some products some formulas, I make that can be taken in general for respiratory. You know conditions. Hey, I'm selling so that I can as people who can afford to pay full price. Give me the opportunity to give away a lot of benefit to the community. You know, low income people in aid. Okay. So so you're trying to figure out how to get these labels. Yeah. A best way as software or equipment that I can print a label or two on demand at home. All right. A couple of things that you can do is that if you have a standard printer right inkjet printer. That's all it is is that there's a company called Avery av. E R Y banned under site. Okay. They sell they sell sheets of paper that are labels. And so so when you are using say Microsoft Word or they have their own app, for example in their own program. Is that you design the label, and then you put the paper in the printer always put at the right side up because otherwise, you're like, okay. That was okay. Is that? And then they will spit out how many labels that you want on the label sheet. Now, if you don't like that, I'm getting you don't like that. Well, the problem is I tried that. And when I come home. Home printed one they weren't lined up on the label, and it was hard to get a hold of the company. Why aren't these lining up? You know what? It becomes. It's always been a challenge. I'll tell you that because you have to really work on it, and and work with the margins and it has to be put in a specific way. And it's just kind of crazy. So in that case. Oh, I'm sorry. I'm off licking exact in that I printed. They'd be exactly. I know what you're talking about. They'd be on the the extra paper so to speak and not necessarily on label is at that point what I would suggest as you get yourself. A thermal label printer you can print onesies impr- twenty-five just like a roller toilet paper on these thermal printers. It's a of labels. Now. The good news is that these are thermal printers. So they're not expensive. If you have a logo you can use a logo..

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"sir leon" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

08:41 min | 2 years ago

"sir leon" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"To go to bed, you can have your smart plug on a timer to turn the TV off. And then hope that they don't know how to turn it back on because you can work a smart plug manually there. Also good for safety leaving the lights on may not be a big deal. But gosh, I hate this. We've you leave the curling iron on or space heater on. Well, you would have wished that. You had a smart close. You can turn it off on your phone. Now. Those are some basic examples if you really want to use them to your fullest potential, you want a setup routines using Amazon. Alexa, google. So you have a TV and maybe a streaming box and they can be controlled through hub with smart clubs. You can also sit up routine. So you can say, hey, good evening, then you can have that phrase to say, you know, turn on the TV the fan on the smart plug like lamps. Now, the best part about smart plugs, is that they're actually they're usually in the twenty to thirty dollar range. And if you're wondering, which smart plug is worth the money, we have a whole buying guide over at commando dot com. Of course. All right back to the phones, we go we have derby in Los Angeles, so derby, where did you come up with the ringtone idea? So what happens is I start wanting to return. I look for I can't find it. So I just make it myself. And then somebody hears me. Hey, Where'd you get that from? Well. I made it like how did you make that kind of go through it? And they're like too much work. Can you do it for me? Okay. Sure. Then my family wants one, and then, you know, somebody else wants, and then I'm thinking, you know, there's if I'd go on the app store and the tone star there's still people paying a dollar for retail. And I'm like there's gotta be money out there to be made. And I started looking on how to do it. And there's a ton of money to be made still. But it's like you get into that business. I've got kind t-that with another company that already does it. And then you're only a little bit. Never. I couldn't find anything that. Look, you might know. Well, let's let's start the basic stuff. So is this music that you've created sometimes it's just it's like something crazy. I've heard and you know, we'll make it make a copy of the sound just recording something in the outside anywhere. And then or it's a clips from the sound that he's in a movie, and then I realized we might be getting into some copyright things. So I if I wanna do a piece of song if it's in the public domain data. Okay. I I just don't know what the rules are where you can charge and it's free. And I have no problem doing free to just even learn how to do it. I just want to think maybe there's some money to be made there. Well, you know like where you were talking about before. I mean, it's definitely on the decline. Okay. I mean, you know, you're looking at a billion dollars in two thousand ten here. We are ten years later. It's at thirty four million dollars, which if you think of everybody in the universe that has a phone. Okay. Right. That's really not a lot of money thirty four million dollars. So if you want to try it as a hobby, I think, it's great. But if it's something that you're like, I'm gonna quit my day job and. I'm gonna say derby. I don't want you living under the four zero five freeway. Okay. This is not going to happen. And I don't mean to dissuade you, but the all the top ringtones are put out by the record companies. Okay. So because they have all the existing relationships. And so, you know, the the steps to create the ringtone in and then of course, you have the sample rate and everything that you need to put in there. And maybe if you can come up with something unique. But I definitely wouldn't do us any part of any movie any score anything that you've heard of before these have to be original releases. Now, I, you know, I volunteered. The use of my voice, but as a ringtone, but Andrew Jackson seem very excited about that. No. I wasn't a hear you once a week during the Kim commando showing I am during the podcast during the week. I think that's enough. I think I'm good. I'm good on that front. But thank you. Hurts my heart. I'm sure does derby would love your voice, would you do? Yeah. Oh, absolutely. He's lying to okay. Okay. Derby. Your phone's ringing ten pick up your phone degree. Everybody would want sure. You know, what derby I'm not even going to let you go near that. 'cause I don't want you. I was in LA this past week. I saw a lot of homeless people. All right. Oh my God. I know it's awful. Isn't it though? Thank you so much for your time. Well, yeah. Well, derby, you know, what next time you have a good business idea. You give us a call. And I promise that we'll give it a better shake Andrew, do you think? Definitely better the ringtones. That'd be Ed. Thanks derby. Lana in Nevada City, California either. Lana. Oh, hi, Kim. Oh my God. I've been listening to you while I'm waiting, and I forgot my own question. I love listening to you so much. I was cracking. Oh, well, I'll tell you what it says, I'll tell you what it says needs labels for business. Oh, right. Right. Okay. So I I just want to tell you, you're so awesome. Thank you. From you too. Thank you so much for your work and giving us this. I'm a medicinal herbalist. Just Las very home scale small business. I don't even really have a business yet. But I've created labels for my products. And what I need is. I I make individual products a lot. So when I need a label I need one on demand. So you're Personalizing whatever you're putting in the bottle right on Personalizing for an individual formula for either respiratory or gastric disorders, or whatever got it binds, you know, and my label now that I've created I need. I don't need fifty of time, Sir Leon. No, no, you probably need like onesies twosies, right? Yeah. Onesies twosies or maybe twenty or twenty-five because I am selling products not necessarily into stores, but no by word of mouth and consultations. And there are some products some formulas, I make that can be taken in general for respiratory. You know conditions. So I'm selling so that I can as a people who can afford to pay full price give you the opportunity to give away a lot of medicines to the community who, you know, low income people in aid. Okay. So so you're trying to figure out how to get these labels. Yeah. The best way is software or equipment that I can print a label or two on demand at home. All right. A couple of things that you can do is that if you just have a standard printer it right inkjet printer. That's all it is is that there's a company called Avery av are under site. Okay. They sell they sell sheets of paper that are labels. And so so when you are using say, even Microsoft Word or they have their own app, for example in their own program. Is that you design the label, and then you put the paper in the printer always put at the right side up because otherwise, you're like, okay. That was okay. Is that? And then they will spit out how many labels that you want on the label sheet. Now, if you don't like that, I'm getting you you don't like that. Well, the problem is I tried that. And what I home. Let's see what I home printed one. They weren't lined up on the label, and it was hard to get a hold of the company. Why aren't these lining up? You know, what it becomes? It's always been a challenge tell you that because you have to really work on it, and and work with the margins and it has to be put in a specific way. And it's just kind of crazy. So in that case. Oh, I'm sorry. I'm off licking exact in that I printed they'd be. Yeah. I know what you're talking about. They'd be on the the extra paper so to speak and not necessarily on the label is a at that point what I would suggest as you get yourself thermal label printer you can print onesies impr- twenty-five just like a roller toy player on these thermal printers. It's a roll of labels. Now. The good news is that these are thermal printers. So they're not expensive. If you have a logo you can use a logo..

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"sir leon" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

08:41 min | 2 years ago

"sir leon" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"To go to bed, you can have your smart plug on a timer to turn the TV off. And then hope that they don't know how to turn it back on because you can work a smart plug manually there. Also good for safety leaving the lights on may not be a big deal. But gosh, I hate this. We've you leave the curling iron on or space heater on. Well, you wish that you had a smart plus you can turn it off on your phone now. Those are some basic examples if you really want to use them to your fullest potential, you want to setup routines using Amazon Alexa, Google. System. So you have a TV and maybe a streaming box, and they can be controlled through hub with smart. Plus, you can also set up for teen. So you can say, hey, good evening. And then you can have that phrase to say, you know, turn the TV the fan on the smart plug like lamps. Now, the best part about smart plugs, is that they're affordable. Actually, they're usually in the twenty to thirty dollar range. And if you're wondering, which smart plug is worth the money, we have a whole buying guide over at commanded dot com. Of course, all right and back to the phones we go we have derby in Los Angeles. So where did you come up with the ringtone idea? So what happens is, you know, I started wanting to Ray tone. I look for I can't find it. So I just make it myself. And then somebody hears me. Hey, Where'd you get that from? Well. I made it like how did you make it? And then that kind of goes through it, and they're like sounds like too much work. Can you do it for me? Okay. Sure. Then my family wants one. And then, you know, somebody else wants one. And then I'm thinking, no, there's if I'd go on the app store and the tone star, there's still people paying a dollar for a retail. And I'm like there's gotta be money out there to be made. I started looking on how to do it. And there's a ton of money to be made still, but I'm to get into that business. I've got it kinda back with another company that already does it and then they're only getting a little bit. And I couldn't find anything that look. You might know. Well, let's let's start the basic stuff. So is this music that you've created sometimes it's just it's just something crazy. I've heard and we'll make make a copy of the sound recording something in the in a outside anywhere. And then or it's a clip from the sound that the movie, and then I realized we might be getting into some copyright thing. So I you know, if I want to do a piece of a song. If it's in the public domain data. Okay. I just don't know what the rules are where you can charge and it's free. And I have no problem doing free to just to even learn how to do it. I just to think maybe there's some money to be made there. Well, you know like where you were talking about before. I mean, it's definitely on the decline. Okay. I mean, you know, you're looking at a billion dollars in two thousand ten here. We are ten years later. It's at thirty four million dollars, which if you think of everybody in the universe that has a phone, okay? Right. That's really not a lot of money thirty four million dollars. So if you want to try it as a hobby, I think, it's great. But if it's something that you're like, I'm gonna quit my day job and. Okay. I'm gonna say derby. I don't want you living under the four. Oh five freeway. Okay. This is not going to happen. And I don't mean to dissuade you, but the all the top ringtones are put out by the record companies. Okay. So because they have all the existing relationships. And so, you know, the the steps to create the ringtone in and then of course, you have the sample rate and everything that you need to put in there. And maybe if you can come up with something unique. But I definitely wouldn't do us any part of any movie any score anything that you've heard of before these have to be original releases. Now, I, you know, I volunteered. The use of my voice, but as a ringtone, but Andrew didn't seem very excited about that. No, I wasn't. I hear you once a week during the Kim commando show, and I am during the podcast during the week. I think that's enough. I think I'm good. I'm good on that front. But thank you. Hurts my heart. I'm sure does derby with love your voice. Would you do? Yeah. Oh, absolutely. Okay. What he's lying to. Derby. Your phone's ringing can pick up the phone. That'd be great. I think everybody would want. Sure. You know, what derby, I'm not even gonna let you go near that. Because I don't want you. I was in L A this past week. I saw a lot of homeless people, right? Oh my God. I know it's awful. Isn't it though? Thank you so much for your time. Well, played a lot on. Yeah. Well, derby, you know, what next time you have a good business idea. You give us a call. And I promise that we'll give it a better shake Andrew, do you think definitely better than ringtones that be Ed? Thanks derby. Lana in Nevada City, California either. Lana. Oh, hi. Oh my God. I've been listening to you while I'm waiting, and I forgot my own question is I love listening. I was cracking. Oh, well, I'll tell you what it says, I'll tell you what it says needs labels for business. All right, right. Okay. So I I just want to tell you, you're so awesome. My kid from you too. Thank you so much for your work and giving us this. Medicinal herbalist. Just Los very home scale small business. I don't even really have a business yet. But I've created labels for my products and. What I need is. I I make individual products a lot. So when I need a label I need one on demand. So so you're Personalizing whatever you're putting in the bottle right on Personalizing for an individual formula for either respiratory or gastric disorders, or whatever got it binds, you know, and my label now that I've created I need. I don't need fifty of time, Sir Leon. No, no, you probably need like onesies twosies, right? Yeah. Onesies twosies or maybe twenty or twenty-five because I am selling products. Not necessarily in the stores, but now by word of mouth, and I do consultations, and there are some products some formulas, I make that can be taken in general for respiratory concert conditions. Hey, Joe, I'm selling so that I can as a people who can afford to pay full price. Give me the opportunity to give away a lot of benefit to the community know, low income people. Indeed. Okay. So so you're trying to figure out how to get these labels. Yeah. The best way is software or equipment that I can print the label or two on demand at home. All right. A couple of things that you can do is that if you just have a standard printer inkjet printer. That's all it is is that there's a company called Avery av E R Y under site, and they sell they sell sheets of paper that are labels. And so so when you are using say, even Microsoft Word or they have their own app, for example in their own program. Is that you design the label, and then you put the paper in the printer always put up the right side up because otherwise, you're like, okay. That was okay. Is that? And then they will spit out how many labels that you want on the label sheet. Now, if you don't like that, I'm getting you don't like that. Well, the problem is I tried that. And when I home, let's see what I home printed one they weren't lined up on the label, and it was hard to get a hold of company. Why aren't these lining up? It becomes. It's always been a challenge. I'll tell you that because you have to really work on it, and and work with the margins and it has to be put in a specific way. And it's just kind of crazy. So in that case. Oh, I'm sorry. Come off looking exact Princess. They'd be. Exactly. Yeah. I know what you're talking about. They'd be on the the extra paper so to speak and not necessarily on the label is a at that point what I would suggest as you get yourself. A thermal label printer you can print onesies impr- twenty-five just like a roller toilet paper on these thermal printers. It's a roll labels. Now. The good news is that these are thermal printers. So they're not expensive. If you have a logo you can use the logo..

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"sir leon" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

08:41 min | 2 years ago

"sir leon" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"To go to bed, you can have your smart plug on a timer to turn the TV off. And then hope that they don't know how to turn it back on because you can work a smart plug manually there. Also good for safety leaving the lights on may not be a big deal. But gosh, I hate this. You leave the curling iron on or space heater on. Well, you would have wished that. You had a smart close. You can turn it off on your phone now. Those are some basic examples if you really want to use them to your fullest potential, you want to setup routines using Amazon Alexa, Google assist. So you have a TV and maybe a streaming box and they can be controlled through hub with smart clubs. You can also set up routine. So you can say, hey, good evening. And then you can have that phrase to say, you know, turn on the TV the fan on the smart plug like lamps. Now, the best part about smart plugs, is that they're actually they're usually in the twenty to thirty dollar range. And if you're wondering, which smart plug is worth the money. We have a whole buying guide over at commanded dot com. Of course. All right back to the phones, we go we have derby in Los Angeles, so derby, where did you come up with the ringtone idea? So what happens is, you know, I start wanting to return I look for. I can't find it. So I just make it myself. And then somebody hears me. Hey, Where'd you get that from made it like how did you make it? And then I of go through it. And they're like sounds like too much work. Can you do it for me? Okay. Sure. Then my family wants one. And then, you know, somebody else wants fun. And then I'm thinking, you know, if I'd go on money in the app store in the star. There's still people paying a dollar for a retail. And I'm like there's gotta be money out there to be made. I started looking on how to do it. And there's a ton of money to be made still, but I'm to get into that business. I've got it kinda back with another company that already does it and then they're only getting a little bit. And I never thought I couldn't find anything that look enough. You might know. Well, let's let's start the basic stuff. So is this music that you've created sometimes it's just it's like. Just something crazy. I've heard and I will make it make a copy of the sound recording something in the in a outside anywhere. And then or it's a clip from the sound that was in a movie, and then I realized we might be getting into some copyright thing. So I if I wanna do piece of a song. If it's in the public domain data. Okay. I I just don't know what the rules are where you can charge and it's free. And I have no problem doing free to just to even learn how to do it. I just to think maybe there's some money to be made there. Well, you know where you were talking about before. I mean, it's definitely on the decline. Okay. I mean, you know, you're looking at a billion dollars in two thousand ten here. We are ten years later at that thirty four million dollars, which if you think of everybody in the universe that has a phone. Okay. Right. That's really not a lot of money thirty four million dollars. So if you want to try it as a hobby, I think, it's great. But if it's something that you're like, I'm gonna quit my day job and. Okay. I'm gonna say derby. I don't want you living under the four zero five freeway. Okay. This is not going to happen. And I don't mean to dissuade you, but the all the top ringtones are put out by the record companies. Okay. So because they have all the existing relationships. And so, you know, the steps to create the ringtone, and then of course, you have the sample rate and everything that you need to put in there. And maybe if you can come up with something unique. But I definitely wouldn't do us any part of any movie any score anything that you've heard of before these have to be original releases. Now, I, you know, I volunteered the use of my voice, but as a ringtone, but Andrew you didn't seem very excited about that. No, I wasn't. I hear you once a week during the Kim commando show, and I am during the podcast during the week. I think that's enough. I think I'm good. I'm good on that front. But thank you. Hurts my heart. I'm sure you're derby would love your voice, would you do? Yeah. Oh, absolutely. He's lying to. Derby. Your phone's ringing can pick up the phone. That'd be great. Everybody would want. Sure. You know, what derby, I'm not even gonna let you go near that. 'cause I don't want you. I was in LA this past week. I saw a lot of homeless people. All right. Oh my God. I know it's awful. Isn't it though? Thank you so much for your time. We played a lump on. Yeah. Well, derby, you know, what? When next time you have a good business idea. You give us a call. And I promise that we'll give it a better shake Andrew, do you think definitely begging to be better the ringtones, and that would be Ed. Thanks derby. Lana in Nevada City, California either. Lana. Oh, hi. Oh my God. I've been listening to you while I'm waiting, and I forgot my own question is I love listening so much. I was cracking. Oh, well, I'll tell you what it says, I'll tell you what it says needs labels for business. All right. Okay. So I I just want to tell you, you're so awesome. Thank you from you too. Thank you so much for your work and giving us this medicinal herbalist. Just Los very home scale small business. I don't even really have a business yet. But I've created labels for my products. And what I need is. I I make individual products a lot. So when I need a label I need one on demand. So you're Personalizing whatever you're putting in the bottle right on Personalizing for individual formula for either respiratory or gastric disorders, or whatever got it binds, you know, and my label now that I've created I need. I don't need fifty of a better time, Sir Leon. No, no, you probably need like onesies these right? Tuesday's or maybe twenty or twenty-five because I am selling products. Not necessarily in the stores, but no by word of mouth, and I do consultations, and there are some products some formulas, I make that can be taken in general for respiratory. You know conditions. So I'm selling so that I can the people who can afford to pay full price. Give me the opportunity to give away a lot of benefit to the community. You know, low income people in aid. Okay. So you're trying to figure out how to get these labels. Yeah. The best way is software or equipment that I can print a label or two on demand at home. All right. A couple of things that you can do is that if you just have a standard printer right inkjet printer. That's all it is is that there's a company called Avery av. E R Y under site. They sell sheets of paper that are labels. And so so when you are using say, even Microsoft Word or they have their own app, for example in their own program. Is that you design the label, and then you put the paper in the printer. Always put it at the right side up because otherwise, you're like, okay. That was okay. Is that? And then it will spit out how many labels that you want on the label sheet. Now, if you don't like that, I'm getting you you don't like that. Well, the problem is I tried that and home. Let's see I home printed one they weren't lined up on the label, and it was hard to get a whole the company. Why aren't these lining up? What becomes and so it's always been a challenge. I'll tell you that because you have to really work on it, and and work with the margins and it has to be put in a specific way. And it's just kind of crazy. So in that case. Oh, I'm sorry. Come off looking exact I printed. They'd be exactly. I know what you're talking about it. They'd be on the extra paper so to speak and not necessarily on the label is at that point what I would suggest as you get yourself. A thermal label printer you can print onesies impr- twenty-five just like a roller toilet paper on these thermal printers. It's a roll of labels. Now. The good news is that these are thermal printers. So they're not expensive. If you have a logo you can use the logo..

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"sir leon" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

08:43 min | 2 years ago

"sir leon" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"To go to bed, you can have your smart plug on a timer to turn the TV off. And then hope that they don't know how to turn it back on because you can work a smart plug manually there. Also good for safety leaving the lights on may not be a big deal. But gosh, I hate this. We've you leave the curling iron on or space heater on. Well, you would have wished that you had a smart, plus he can turn it off on your phone. Now. Those are some basic examples if you really want to use them to your fullest potential, you want setup routines using Amazon Alexa, Google. System. So you have a TV and maybe a streaming box and they can be controlled through hub with smart clubs. You can also set up routine. So you can say, hey, good evening. And then you can have that phrase to say, you know, turn on the TV the fan. On smart plug like lamps. Now, the best part about smart plugs. Is that they're affordable? Actually, they're usually in the twenty to thirty dollar range. And if you're wondering, which smart plug is worth the money, we have a whole buying guide over at commander dot com. Of course. All right back to the phones, we go we have derby in Los Angeles, so derby, where did you come up with the ringtone idea? So what happens is, you know, I start wanting to return. I look for can't find it. So I just make it myself. And then somebody hears me. Hey, Where'd you get that from? Well. I made it like how did you make it? And then I kinda go through it. And they're like sounds like too much work. Can you do it for me? Okay. Sure. Then my family wants one. And then, you know, somebody else wants one. And then I'm thinking, you know, if I'd go on the app store in the tone star, there's still people paying a dollar for retail. And I'm like there's gotta be money out there to be made. And I started looking on how to do it. And there's a ton of money to be made still, but. It's like to get into that business. I've got it kinda back with another company that already does it, and then you're only a little bit. And I'd never thought I couldn't find anything that. Look, you might know. Well, let's let's start the basic stuff. So is this music that you've created sometimes it's just it's like something crazy. I've heard and you know, we'll make it make a copy of the sound just recording something in outside anywhere. And then or it's a clip from the sound that was in a movie, and then I realized we might be getting into some copyright thing. So I if I wanna do a piece of a song. If it's in the public domain data. Okay. I I just don't know what the rules are where you can charge and it's free. And I have no problem doing free to just to even learn how to do it. I just want to think maybe there's some money to be made there. Well, you know like where you were talking about before. I mean, it's definitely on the decline. Okay. I mean, you know, you're looking at a billion dollars in two thousand ten here. We are ten years later. It's at thirty four million dollars, which if you think of everybody in the universe that has a phone, okay? Right. That's really not a lot of money thirty four million dollars. So if you want to try it as a hobby, I think, it's great. But if it's something that you're like, I'm gonna quit my day job and. I say derby. I don't want you living under the four zero five freeway. Okay. This is not going to happen. And I don't mean to dissuade you, but the all the top ringtones are put out by the record companies. Okay. So because they have all the existing relationships. And so, you know, the the steps to create the ringtone, and then of course, you have the sample rate and everything that you need to put in there. And maybe if you can come up with something unique. But I definitely wouldn't do us any part of any movie any score anything that that you've heard of before these have to be original releases. Now, I, you know, I volunteered. The use of my voice, but as a ringtone, but Android, you didn't seem very excited about that. No, I wasn't. I here you once a week during the Kim commando show, and I am during the podcast during the week. I think that's enough. I think I'm good. I'm good on that front. But thank you. Hurts my heart. I'm sure does derby with love your voice, would you do? Yeah. Oh, absolutely. Okay. You know, what he's lying to okay? Okay. Derby. Your phone's ringing can pick up your phone. That'd be great. Everybody would want. Sure. You know, what derby I'm not even going to let you go near that. Because I don't want you. I was in L A this past week. I saw a lot of homeless people. All right. Oh my God. I know it's awful. Isn't it though? Thank you so much for your time. Well, walk on. Yeah. Well, derby, you know, what next time you have a good business idea. You give us a call. And I promise that we'll give it a better shake Andrew, do you think definitely big? It'd be better than ringtones. That'd be Ed. Thanks turbie. Lana in Nevada City, California either. Lana. Hi, kim. Oh my God. I've been listening to you while I'm waiting, and I forgot my own question. I love listening you so much. I was cracking. Oh, well, I'll tell you what it says, I'll tell you what it says needs labels for business. Oh, right. Right. Okay. So I I just want to tell you, you're so awesome. My learning from you too. Thank you so much for your work and giving us this medicinal herbalist. Just Los very home scale small business. I don't even really have a business yet. But I've created labels for my products. And what I need is. I I make individual products a lot. So when I need a label I need one on demand. So you're Personalizing whatever you're putting in the bottle right on Personalizing for individual formula for either respiratory or gastric disorders of whatever got it binds, you know, and my label now that I've created I need. I don't need fifty of about a time, Sir Leon. No, no, you probably need like onesies twosies, right? Yeah. Onesies twosies or maybe twenty or twenty-five because I am selling products not necessarily into stores, but now by word of mouth, and I do consultations, and there are some products some formulas, I make that can be taken in general for respiratory. You know conditions. So I'm selling so that I as the people who can afford to pay full price. Give me the opportunity to give away a lot of benefit to the community. Do you know low income people in invade? Okay. So so you're trying to figure out how to get these labels. Yeah. Out of the best way is software or equipment that I can print a label or two on demand at home. All right. A couple of things that you can do is that if you just have a standard printer it right inkjet printer. That's all it is is that there's a company called Avery av are banned under site. Okay. They sell they sell sheets of paper that are labels. And so so when you are using say, even Microsoft Word or they have their own app, for example in their own program. Is that you design the label, and then you put the paper in the printer always put at the right side up because otherwise, you're like, okay. That was okay. Is that? And then they will spit out how many labels that you want on the label sheet. Now, if you don't like that, I'm getting you don't like that. Well, the problem is I tried that. And when I home, let's see what I home printed one they weren't lined up on the label, and it was hard to get hold of the company. Why aren't these lining up what it becomes? It's it's always been a challenge. I'll tell you that because you have to really work on it, and and work with the margins and it has to be put in a specific way. It's just kind of crazy. So in that case, oh, I'm sorry. Come off looking exact in the print. They'd be exact I know what you're talking about. They'd be on the the extra paper so to speak and not necessarily on the label is at that point what I would suggest as you get yourself. A thermal label printer you can print onesies impr- twenty-five just like a roller toy paper on these thermal printers. It's a roller labels. Now. The good news is that these are thermal printers. So they're not expensive. If you have a logo you can use a logo. You can personalize it to onesies..

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"sir leon" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

08:27 min | 2 years ago

"sir leon" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"To go to bed, you can have your smart plug on a timer to turn the TV off. And then hope that they don't know how to turn it back on because you can work smart plug manually there. Also good for safety leaving the lights on may not be a big deal. But gosh, I hate this. We you leave the curling iron on space heater on. Well, you would have wished that. You had a smart close. He can turn it off on your phone. Now. Those some basic examples if you really want to use them to your fullest potential, you want to setup routines using Amazon, Alexa, Google assistant. So you have a TV and maybe a streaming box and they can be controlled through hub with smart clubs. You can also set up for teens. So you can say, hey, good evening. And then you can have that phrase to say, you know, turn on the TV the fan. On the smart plug like lamps. Now, the best part about smart plugs, is that they're affordable. Actually, they're usually in the twenty to thirty dollar range. And if you're wondering, which smart plug is worth the money, we have a whole buying guide over at commanded dot com. Of course. All right back to the phones, we go we have derby in Los Angeles, so derby, where did you come up with the ringtone idea? So what happens is, you know, I start wanting to return I look for I can't find it. So I just make it myself. And then somebody hears me. Hey, Where'd you get that from? Well. I made it like how did you make that kind of goes through it, and they're like salt like too much work. Can you do it for me? Okay. Sure. Then my family watched one. And then, you know, somebody else wants one. And then I'm thinking, you know this. If I go on the app store in the tone star, there's still people paying a dollar for a retail. And I'm like there's gotta be money out there to be made. I started looking on how to do it. And there's a ton of money to be made still I'm to get into that business. I've got kinda Tiki back with another company that already does it. And then you're only going a little bit. And I couldn't find anything that look. You might know. Well, let's let's start the basic stuff. So is this music that you've created sometimes it's just it's just something crazy. I've heard and and I eat we'll make it make a copy of the sound just recording something in the in the outside anywhere. And then or it's a clip from sound that was in a movie, and then I realized we might be getting into some copyright thing. So I you know, if I wanna do a piece of a song. If it's in the public domain data. Okay. I don't know what the rules are. Yeah. Where you can charge and it's free. And I have no problem doing free to just to even learn how to do it. I just, you know, wanna think maybe there's some money to be made there. Well, Liguori we were talking about before. I mean, it's definitely on the decline. Okay. I mean, you know, you're looking at a billion dollars in two thousand ten here. We are ten years later. It's at thirty four million dollars, which if you think of everybody in the universe that has a phone. Okay. Right. That's really not a lot of money thirty four million dollars. So if you want to try it as a hobby, I think, it's great. But if it's something that you're like, I'm gonna quit my day job and. Okay. I'm gonna say derby. I don't want you living under the four. Oh five freeway. Okay. This is not going to happen. And I don't mean to dissuade you, but the all the top ringtones are put out by the record companies. Okay. So because they have all the existing relationships. And so, you know, the steps to create the ringtone, and and then of course, you have the sample rate and everything that you need to put in there. And maybe if you can come up with something unique. But I definitely wouldn't do us any part of any movie any score anything that you've heard of before these have to be original releases. Now, I, you know, I volunteered. The use of my voice, but as a ringtone, but Andrew Judean seem very excited about that. No. I was I hear you once a week during the Kim commando show, and I am during the podcast during the week. I think that's enough. I think I'm good. I'm good on that front. But thank you. Hurts my heart. I'm sure you're derby would love your voice. Would you do? Yeah. Oh, absolutely. He's lying to okay. Okay. Derby. Your phone's ringing can pick up the phone. That'd be great everybody live on. Sure. You know, what derby, I'm not even gonna let you go near that. Because I don't want you. I was in LA this past week. I saw a lot of homeless people. All right. Oh my God. I know it's awful. Isn't it though? Thank you so much for your time. Well on. Yeah. Well, you know what? Next time, you have a good business idea. You give us a call. And I promise that we'll give it a better shake Andrew, do you think? Definitely be better. The ringtones would be Ed. Thanks derby. Lana in Nevada City, California either. Lana. Oh, hi, Jim. Oh my God. I listening to you while I'm waiting, and I forgot my own question is I love listening so much. I was cracking. Oh, well, I'll tell you what it says, I'll tell you what it says needs labels for business. Oh, right. Right. Okay. So I I just wanna to tell you, you're so awesome. Thank you so much from you to thank you so much for your work and giving us this medicinal herbalist. Just Los very home scale small business. I don't even really have a business yet. But I've created labels for my products. And what I need is. I I make individual products a lot. So would I need a label? I need one on demand. So so you're Personalizing whatever you're putting in the bottle right on Personalizing for an individual formula for either respiratory or gastric disorders of whatever got it binds, you know, and my label now that I've created I need. I don't need fifty of a time, Sir Leon. No, no, you probably need like onesies twosies, right? Yeah. Onesies twosies or maybe twenty or twenty-five because I am selling products not necessarily in the stores, but no by word of mouth, and I do consultations, and there are some products some formulas, I make that can be taken in general for respiratory. Conditions. Hey, Joe, I'm selling so that I as a people who can afford to pay full price. Give me the opportunity to give away a lot of benefit to the community who. You know, low income people in aid. Okay. So so you're trying to figure out how to get these labels. Yeah. The best way is software or equipment that I can print a label or two on demand at home. All right. A couple of things that you can do is that if you just have a standard printer it right inkjet printer. That's all it is is that there's a company called Avery av. E R Y banned under site. Okay. They sell sheets of paper that are labels. And so so when you are using say, even Microsoft Word or they have their own app, for example in their own program. Is that you design the label, and then you put the paper in the printer. Always put it at the right side up because otherwise, you're like, okay. That was okay. Is that? And then it will spit out how many labels that you want on the label sheet. Now, if you don't like that, I'm getting you don't like that. Well, the problem is I tried that. Home. Let's see when I home printed one they weren't lined up on the label, and it was hard to get a hold of company. Why aren't these lining up? It becomes. It's it's always been a challenge. I'll tell you that because you have to really work on it, and and work with the margins and it has to be put in a specific way. And it's just kind of crazy. So in that case, oh sorry. Come off looking exact, and then I print the exact I know what you're talking about it. They'd be on the extra paper so to speak and not necessarily on the label is at that point what I would suggest as you get yourself. A thermal label.

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"sir leon" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

09:12 min | 3 years ago

"sir leon" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Dot com. We'll get to your calls, and we'll take calls next hour as well. Tommy tells me the phone lines of ringing off the hook dot quick question in from Jimmy about his wife. He says, doc, my wife has COPD chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. It's the same thing that our bell had from years of smoking. What do you recommend for her? Okay. Well, Georgia lungs produce, a hormone called and as part of the process. Landon group of it was first discovered about the same time. It is covered moans from the prostate gland. So they put it in the prospect Landon group of the lungs produced his hormone, which dilates the bronchitis Airways, let him more air in more air out. Which is the problem is he'll be obstructive pulmonary disease. I've had people call me at one o'clock in the morning. Your doctors told them they just have weeks to live in twenty four hours. They were perfectly normal and what I do is. They have them get rid of all the bands civil and the inflammatory stuff. And this goes for everybody for every health. No fried foods. No process means no deli slice of sandwich. Mitac? I'm so that seems to be the first thing you attack is that right? Yeah. You have to get rid of the best of causing inflammation. And that includes oils, no oils. No, I'll coconut oil MCAT oils. No manny's Sandra's cooking oils. All that's gotta go. And then you got to get rid of gluten wheat Brown. Around owed. You gotta get rid of things like fight Tate's electons which mind on to nutrients say caused damage your intestines reduce absorb ability, and then you have to sell them improperly. And of course, when you have COPD asthma. These types of things you want to are you in cystic fibrosis have lung disease. I went to take away. Call two healthy, brain, and heart pack, one per hundred pounds of body weight because it has the if as if he pluses from plant sources and from fish oils, and they're in soft gel capsules and they've had nitrogen pass room. So they don't they don't become trans fats animals. I mean, they don't cause inflammation. And then I liked two trillion for the lungs. I also like to Sir Leon. Some extra of the anti oxidant said things that are going to reduce inflammation and things. I R Z radicals z like zebra dance, radical oursel- shield RT Q are forever. Trawl Keefer Kamera, Cuba quercetin, and this reduces all the inflammation allows the body to make those hormones, and of course, it doesn't hurt to throw in three eggs twice a day per one hundred pounds of body weight, soft yolk charge. We're talking to saw scrambling and butter absolutely softball, the soft yolk soft poached, soft yolk in cluster, all is again, one of the materials alongs need to make these hormones, and again people who were told by their doctors. They only have weeks to live in twenty four hours or lungs are perfectly normal and the doctor just scratching their heads. Because they don't realize is an incre nutritional problem. And so you give the nutrients stay away from the best of maximize absorption. It all goes away and stop smoking. Well, yeah. Of course, one of the bad things exa-. You're exactly right, Georgia. You get an eight closer. Let's go to the phones. Let's go to Giovanni in button, willow, California. Hi giovanni. Welcome to the program. Happy new year. Hi, george. Thank you. Happy new to you. Thank you. Doc wallet. Thank you. Try your product. I have a lot of success success stories from your stuff that my question for you is what causes chronic dry eye in dogs, and I already have the architects, but what else can I do. Okay. Well, dry is in human beings are dogs has caused by a process of the skull causing a squeezing of the cranial nerve, which tell the the tear glands to work properly. Okay. So you get an a plus on that one. And so that that's dry is in both animals and people you can actually for the comfort of the dog. You can get the artificial tears in any. Pharmacy. You know, just over the counter stuff put the drops in the dogs is two or three times a day. Work for at work for the dogs. But to give her the problem, the Arthur decks has one scoop for twenty twenty five pounds of body weight of the dog weighs fifty pounds of two scoops for the dog was eighteen pounds. I give it. One scoop decks. Throw in three of the EFA's twice a day for fifty pounds of body weight. And then again, I would throw in the MSN three of those tablets a day. So one bowels can last you two months, the MSM tablets in grind them up and put them in the dog food, they're designed to support and promote maintenance repair, cartilage, ligaments, tendons, connective tissue. Here comes this between the vertebrae and the bone matrix and bone and south, and then it would also throw in the vitamin d three vitamin d three three of those a day and the bone will grow back in a release the pressure on those cranial nerves and the the tiered tear glands will start working again. Interesting. How do you know, your doc has dry is how can you tell I've taken her to the vet already in? They've done the little strips. She also has like a cloudy appearance over here is there's still moist, but you can tell and they said, it's not cataracts. It's not degenerate. Is or whatever. But they said it was chronic dry, and they they gave me some gel weight meant to put on top of it. They say they use it for like a chemo kind of treatment for her eye, and it didn't do anything. Yeah. You really got to work on that the skull open up those tunnels of nerves go through. And when you know when you have osteoporosis skull country, would people think the bones, actually, get sicker. Connective tissue are trying to maintain restraints as a minerals go away. And so that extra connective tissue plugs up the tunnels of these cranial nerves come through. And when you give all the right vitamin d three and the extra minerals. The tunnel opens up takes the pressure off the nerve they start making their own tears again to animals like humans, get cataracts. Oh, absolutely. Absolutely. And of course, it's caused by free radical damage to the very very delicate protein in the lens of the eye. And so giving dogs table scraps particularly oils that are very heated up fried foods, those kinds of things are very very bad for them. And of course, is what causes cataracts and people to the inflammation causing free radical damage to that really really delicate protein in the lens of the is the. Doc wallet from critical health, news dot com. Let's go to first time caller, Craig in whiting, Indiana, high crag, go ahead, sir. You made my new year I've been trying to get a hold of you and Dr Wallich for a long time. Let's see if we can help you. I'm alone nervous now. Okay. All right. All right, doc wallet. I got a couple of questions. I got an NYC prostate. Okay. They did a PSA test that came back negative, right? Also, I got blood sugar. They told me I was a diabetic just had that done and my blood sugar was to forty. Okay. That's pretty high one hundred. It is. And then the third health issue. I have is I got stomach ulcers. They did a colonoscopy last week. They thought maybe I had stomach cancer. No stomach cancer. No politics. He said I have stomach ulcers. Okay. Today determined that from the top or an x Ray or because you can't tell the stomach ulcer from McClellan is could be going up the wrong. Oh, really? Well, they did endoscopy to. Okay. So did that turn the top two. Okay. Good top down. And let me ask you Craig is doc would how tall are you? And how much do you weigh how five six then? I normally weigh about one eighty but I've been having some health issues. I'm down to like one seventy one now. Okay. Go ahead. Thank thank you. I'm sure the stomach ulcers. Usually if you have true stomach ulcers are caused by bacterial infection called he'll go back or pylori H pylori, and they would give you an antibiotic for that. And of course, I would encourage you to take that anybody because it'll kill that. The bug. And then what you wanna do at your body weight. That would take, you know, get rid of all the bad stuff, the fried foods the process meets the oils, and a gluten we'd run around coach and electons and and fight tastes which include things like almond milk and stuff like that. And you ever that kind of thing and then your body weight? I would go ahead and take two of the healthy, brain and heart PAKs per month has gonna give you all ninety essential nutrients and apple amounts. But then McCall you have stomach issues. I'd throw in the ultimate digestive pack. Okay. I go ahead and take two of those per month, saying take a full dose everything twice a day. Okay. And the digestive enzymes, and so on what also then because you have some sugar issues. Get three of the sweeties twice a day. It's two byles a month or in medication yet for the diabetes. I'm sorry. Go ahead. Oh, he put me on metformin. Okay. Diabetes. I guess and so what I would do then go ahead and take the three sweeties three breakfast.

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