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"steve dr steve" Discussed on WGN Radio
"High and a div. Lance's energy with you with you. I should sit and man it feels like it has been a long, long time since we've talked And that's because I think it really has been a long long always everybody. Mary V. You doing Okay? Everything good. Good. Welcome back. Good here for good to hear you. Yeah, You're good to hear your voice. Lauren 2021 treating you Okay. So far. I don't know. It's already been a long 365 days. I know. It's like, Oh, bash. I just another question for you. Anything happen while I was gone? Right is it has been so eventful Hasn't it's just dumb. I one thing I want to just get up. Thank and compliment my colleagues here. WGN, listening from And with all that's going on in the world, they've been following it and covering it so well. John Bob Steve. And everyone who filled in for me, too. I just want to thank you. It's some 2021. You know when we rock in about 2020 coming to a close, and that sort of thing didn't do it. I just sort of. I don't know why maybe feels theological now, But I sort of thought that when he could come to a hard stop and that there would be a sense of Mork. At least add in 20, and it ain't happening. At least we're not seeing it yet. Please. I'm not seeing that you're feeling it. So much going on in the world. Washington, Of course, block going on there. An article of impeachment. I heard you talking about it. Lauren in the news that's been initiated by introduced, I should say by House leaders in Washington. Where does that go? From here or these scenarios? We're going to talk with Rick Pearson about that coming up. We're also gonna talk about what? What happened in a closed door session this weekend. It field you hear about that? I don't know about you, but I don't particularly love it when Springfield meets behind closed doors. I honestly don't even like it. Sometimes a lot of what lawmakers do when the doors are wide open, But when the closed door things happen, it makes me nervous. And now we have that's pretty surprise announcement that you also just talked about in the news, Lauren Mike Madigan, his announcement there Yes. Suspension, not withdrawal. What does that mean? Right? That's a good question, right? It's um I was just handed it to it took a look at it seems like pretty big news about Mike Madigan tersely worded statement. A reading from this year besieged Illinois House Speaker Mike Madigan said he was suspending his reelection campaign. Telling Democratic rivals it was their turn, make the next move. Quote. This is not a withdrawal, Mike Madigan stated. I suspended my campaign for speaker. As I said many times in the past. I've always put the best interests of the House Democratic Caucus and our members first. House Democratic Caucus cannot work to find someone other than me. To get the 60 votes needed for speaker. Hmm. Who will that be? It was clear. I'm told that in that closed door meeting. He didn't have the votes he needed. So he's moving on. But what happens next? I don't know. Maybe you look at that as a good thing for 2021. I wonder who is the person who fills those shoes. Is it a Mike Madigan? Ally? Is it someone fresh Someone new. We're gonna talk about that coming up on the show with Rick Pearson and others. But let me ask you this. Okay, guys, you've had more time to think about this. You've been talking about it, too, on the air back to 2021 your expectations for the year ahead. And I've asked myself this question and I want to ask you What will it look like to you to be on the other side of this pandemic? You know the other side of things where you can look and kind of rear view mirror. It's sort of thing. What activity are you doing? In your head. That little signal. Hey, okay. We're not going back to normal what it used to be, but we're going to go back to the new normal. You got anything? Anything you think about the activity you want to do being at a sporting event. You marry the most? Well, you know the thing that you're totally not comfortable doing now that once you're doing it, you're gonna know that. Hey, it that the worst of it's behind us just going to like a bar and meeting some friends. Just going out that dinner with my girlfriends or something, You know? I mean, I'm tired of going to heaven hanging with my husband. No, no offense, But my company we're keeping is getting a little off. But I'm saying I'm gonna agree with them with them every night. It's like I just like to, you know, Go see my girl friends and hang out. Have a drink, right? Right, I you know to me. I feel like there's so much I want to do. Traveling overseas. Re taking that trip to Japan that we had put off in the spring of last year was a big family trip. We're super excited. That's big, but I think the vision in my head that makes me smile and makes me feel like we turned a corner is sitting at a Cubs game at Wrigley. Like a gorgeous day packs stands. You know the sounds of the ball park roar of the crowd, Seventh inning stretch the beer man, all that stuff just to sit there. And not feel uncomfortable. Just actually high five. The person next to you, right, Right. Touch him. Touch somebody on it. You just want to hug people, you know to say hi and Some people are starting to hug again, though I've noticed Yeah, I've sort of noticed that two holidays. There is even a might not Nana, who lives with us part time she She had a few folks and you know, she's she's a hugger. She wasn't doing it all it all the time. But she did that. Um and it and it feels good. You know, it just it feels like we're avoiding it right And that that there'll be a time in the near future when it does feel good again. Um, it's not right now. What's yours? 312981? 7200 text US call us. Let us know what that activity is for you that you wish to go back to doing and you're just not comfortable doing it. Concerts are big thing, too. Right, guys. I mean, I have friends who had so many concerts booked last year, and they prepaid for him, and they're told that next summer you you know you were going to keep your money, but next summer, you get to go and I don't know. Do they get to go? I don't know. Yeah. Live theater just like to go watch a play or something. Yeah, I would, too. I miss all that. I totally missed it by the way. Cubs regular season begins in 80 days April 3rd against the Pirates home opener at Wrigley 80 days away. I think that's too soon for fancy. I don't know. I don't know what a lot of factors right a lot of factors in play. That will determine that. Maybe maybe a certain person stands will be allowed by then. I don't know. I don't know, but it's also the kind of thing without the vaccine. Would you go? Would you feel comfortable doing it? Well, Health officials allow it. That's the first question. I'm not sure. I'm not sure. Um, coming up on the show today. We're gonna talk to Dr Steve. Dr. Steve Saltzman will join us the new strain of the virus. He's got a lot to talk about on that, Um And he also took his second dose of the vaccine just in the last couple days, so he's got some things and thoughts about how that went and how it's going, with health officials being the first part of the role out here. Then he says something happened over the weekend to him. That has led him to have some great health advice. He would like to tell all of us for 2021. I don't know what it is, but something like a big wake up call happened to him this weekend, and he wants to share that story. And, uh, tell you about it. It's coming up in a Theresa is going to join us, though Next because Chicago public schools have least reopened for pre K and special education today about 6000 students. Um, there is a lot of rhetoric going back and forth. Teachers are picketing at some schools today. You've heard the CT. Excuse me. The CPS president, CEO Janice Jackson speak out to say if you're a teacher, and you're signed one of those classrooms or signed any classroom. And you haven't gotten leave or you haven't gotten one of those approves sort of waivers to not be in school. We will consider you a well and you will not be paid as of today. What's happening today? Did teacher show up today and what we'll see what's happening just in general with CPS how it's going later. ISA covers education for the Sun Times and he'll join us coming up next. Bet on Alabama versus Ohio State with an exclusive 25 to 1. Odds Boost on Fanduel Paradise Sports Book Fantasy Sports Book is giving new users and exclusive 25 to 1. Odds boost on the biggest college football game of the year. Ohio State looked pretty good against Clemson. But Alabama is the better team. Maybe you think I'm taking Alabama Fanduel Paradise Sports.
"steve dr steve" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Or there will be coal in your stocking more than that. Mary will be hell to pay because piss help people, please. Isn't that their job, then is watching job. Do they know that's their job? I think they do. They're just so hung up on all the little things that they are big things that they want to put in this bill that they were getting hung up on all the trades. They need to make it all the things in there but put their forgetting what matters. They're forgetting what matters. The people who do not have money to get through the holidays. Thank you signed an ID of Lance's WGN radio, hoping you and yours has a horrible holiday season until you pass something. Don't even think that's harsh enough, guys. I like the end. They're horrible holidays. You gotta put something good touch. Thank you. Thank you Gonna put that aside, I'm gonna send that because it's doubtful that they will. I don't know what you're hearing on the news here. I'm just pulled something the very latest I saw here. As senators, you know, signed an extension so that they get paid for another week. Government stays open They get paid senators Friday said efforts to reach a compromise on liability protection language have failed to make significant progress, putting a broad, broader deal. On covert 19 relief in peril, Durbin says. There's no deal. It's over where his words it's over. So that's happening. We're gonna get an update on what the latest on that from a small business advocate Carol Roth. What she says should be happening to help. Regular people and small business owners. What they should look Congress should be doing. Also coming up on the show. A couple of people who I bet will have some ideas about what to put in that note to Congress. We're gonna talk with Roger Romanelli. He's part of a local restaurant coalition. They're trying to appeal to the mayor. To open up restaurants January ice like mid January. There's a date they've picked circled on the calendar. They'd like to see it happen. Then we'll see what what's going on there. Well, there's also been talk about bailout money for restaurants never materialized. What's happening with that last Roger? We'll talk with some folks in the music and concert scene here. You think about industries that have been hit workers who have been hit really hard during all this. Think about Music entertainment concert venues. Folks like that big benefit this weekend to help people who work in that industry, So we'll talk about that coming up on the show. We'll have some lighter moments on this show. Everyone's favorite pet game show here on WGN, also the only pet game show, but it's still a great game. It's called real poodle mix or made up dog. Gordon, Are you familiar with this one? Have you been around for the real poodle mix or made up dog? I can't say that I have. But I'm intrigued. You've heard of all the doodles Steve Dale making an appearance will be here. He'll help us with this and he's gonna be the lifeline. We haven't surprised him the last time. Some of them doing it comes one of them stomped him because there are so many doodle poodle mixes. Now there are everything and, you know, like that's impossible. How could anyone stump Steve Dale, Huh? That guy is in the whisper. Want 11 dog name out of 100 got him. And that just shows you how many poodle mixes air out there. That's what it's the game. I mean, it's just there's so many. And so they're out other everywhere. So we'll have that in your chance to win fabulous prizes in our three o'clock hour. Also coming up. I do want to promote this guys. This is the straight talk with Dr Steve Dr Steve known to kind of cut through it, all right. He's come on the show and it lots of times, and he cuts through it, and he's going to answer any questions you may have about the vaccine or really anything you want. We had a couple questions we couldn't get to last time he was on, including about his get up in the morning. Get going diet That's worked for a lot of listeners who've talked about, you know, hey, that it's working for me. He'll reiterate that and he's got a couple questions He's going to answer on that. And the covert vaccine. He will give it to you straight. I got one guys. I don't know when you talk with your friends isn't this Isn't this what you kind of asked? I had some friends who had coverted middle of last month. Thank God they recovered their fine. Both of them are fine husband and wife. They texted us a picture of them at a crowded bar in Indiana, saying they're having a good old time It was packed their people drink it. I don't know if they all had Pope it and felt fine, but It's sort of one of those questions like now they feel fine there feel like okay now I could go out and go anywhere and it's fine. It's okay. What are the risks there? That's I have. That's a question I would have for him. You know lots of questions here. A lot of people asking after you get the vaccine. What does that mean? Exactly? What? What happens? You know all that stuff and what happens in between the two doses of the vaccine, right? What happens? So it's like, you know those kinds of questions. He's prepared to answer them coming up. 1 30 s O. Get him ready. 312981 72 100. But up Next we are going to talk about small businesses. We are going to talk about Congress and the relief bill in the stimulus and the unemployment all the stuff that people thought by now we would have an answer on but we don't Carol Roth. She's a small business advocate. She's going to join the show coming up here on WGN. Celebrate more for less at home sense, more yummy, the best cookware by far and three tiers for bar. More. I love it. Gifts from chocolate to spot Lalla.
"steve dr steve" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"You know, I thought this other question out. Do you think Having a debate this late, But with what? What? 60 Million votes already cast made sense. I mean, also some of things you could chime in at 7 to 2575396 at 7 to 2575396. We'd like to get your opinion on that one. We goto Will our body usually called will but its body Bob, how are you? I'm doing fine. Thanks, Dad. Tell me when you get to be whoever I wanted you okay? If I might make a suggestion, you okay? My premises that everything has a track and trailers. Source a point of origin. That's the greatest mystery of mankind is what it was. Or what is your purpose. Now? What I'd like to see is a credit card like voting card issued to each of us in American citizens. They teams all over the place all kinds of transactional card capabilities. And then what happened is we vote that way through a card, And the reason for that is that I could do a transaction in 60 seconds across the world. I can buy an orange and bring it back the next day and all but they cashed. So I think we need to go to the individual cards and then we need to be able to say, But for example, I don't care how I don't care what you want to add. Vote or not, I would tell you, but I really don't care. So I think the first thing you should be able to the virgin of the old your vote you can and when you do There's a receipt of that history to get sent to you one way or another, and they would get if there's harvesting. If we continue to do it, which I do not think is correct nor right. They should be registered people because the voting process is more than most. This is one of the most foundational constructs of our society. Now, now, here's the point most of my friends and moving towards the information they think they're going to intercept the information transmission. Which means they're going to try to push the results. But if anything goes wrong with this at all, if anything's thinks that all the president could declare the election, no envoy let it finish out and redo within 10 days now back up the moment here because I'm dual tracking, gentlemen, I'm not only suggesting The negative aspects of of outcomes. I'm trying to project something for restructuring. So we come back the voting process itself, Anybody contaminates massages? If they distort the dissemination process of that information. I think there should be the death penalty now hold that thought produced the moments. I use that term because I'm trying to show you how important this is. Voting allows us to have a consensus based upon our moral and assimilated values that we share with each other's Americans. Anybody who goes that down? They still trust the greatest honor. You can have its convey your true thoughts to another person and those people who would do that. I really think they should be shot. If we don't stop right now and begin to reconstruct everything else, the weak get together. But God, we could be there and you're going nowhere if we don't if we don't stabilize right now are voting process. The only thing next to this street Supreme Court. The importance of this is just overwhelming. Undeniable, right? Why don't disagree with you? Well, I mean, I think you know, voting card. It makes too much sense. And unfortunately, that's the problem Since you know, we sent a voting card. If you mess with the election, there should be a serious crime. The death penalty maybe. I'm not necessarily opposed to that, but but it should be an extremely serious punishment for it. And you know what? That gentleman I don't interrupt. You didn't know They were having a discussion. Whether I should just hang up You're doing good is what I get you another minute way. We have a candidate that wants to talk China none as well. Keep going. That's what you want, but we're talking about the card and proper voting. And if you get caught that there should be a serious penalty. Go right ahead. Yes, And the reason for that is when you look when you begin to look in a society. It's in transition or change and believe you, me something's coming. I don't care what you nobody can deny that. When we begin to look at the using money is a means to construct a society that could be ill. Wilder or the impact is wake. Nothing we ever dreamed of. When will you look at the magnitude of these decisions are being made. I really think we have to raise the pain to those people who do not respect the moral of many of us struggle every day. The the whole foundation the whole truth. And the you know is good. Your neighbors we can Those people who would take that from us to deconstruct us. I really think we need to talk about shooting him as opposed to pen somebody $59,000 a year to guard and what you watch TV. We really need to begin to heighten, clarify what purposes are. Well, I got to tell you something, and maybe dramatic, but in some cases, maybe we need to get real crazy and then was straightened things out. I appreciate your time and your call. We have two other cause. I want to get it before the end. But most importantly, I got a candidate from district 29. Steve. Dr Steve, the pilot, and I will help I say this correct is that Belisle? Did it properly. Dr. Steve, How are you? Good to talk to you again, sir. You heard to show by the way. Try, man. What do you think about this? But the voting integrity in Nevada and the nation. Yeah. You know, I didn't know you were on actually just caught you on the way to the gym. But I wanted to call him because I really just wanted to express my experience out there have been knocking and none knocking and walking on doors are walking, knocking on doors since mid July. And you know when we looked at numbers in my district, which is Henderson, Green Valley old Henderson suddenly, district 29 Democrats have a large advantage. They're definitely doing more milling about mail in voting. And my concern is that people are Republicans that are used to going to their local elementary school. You know, they say that my polling place I go there every year. They're expecting to go there again. And I'm not sure on election night if they wait till November, 3rd that that's going to be their pope. Polling place. Williams get out early. I mean again. I don't know why people waiting, Steve. I mean, I gotta do They own their own places. Change polling places for Ah! You know, for Election day They do change that They're not the same places early Election. Early Voting is not the same as when you do the Jets on the way. I know how proud I know. There's definitely more places for Early voting, but but but they're changing. Did they say that Because it's all listed. If you get the ballot, it's listed every single polling places listed for early voting Election day voting. It's all listed in about the well in the end the practice. For sure, and people should look at that. Well, well ahead of November 3rd because again, I don't know, because several people said to be all we're going to go to the elementary school. I'm not sure that that's going to be like I just don't know you have to look at your sample ballot and there's no excuse. Not too early. I went early. It's totally secure. They asked for my name. I got the card again. I went in. I went down my ballot. And so I just encouraged Republicans. Don't wait till November, 3rd. You could get our accident. You get a flat tire and then boom. You don't vote you get out tomorrow. You know something? I'll say this to you, Doctor..
"steve dr steve" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I mean, look, the kids in my my family, they all they all sort of they they love the Tic tac, and they seem highly like influenced by everything going on there. They're all learning the same dances and doing the same. It's like a new language. I've got to tell you. But no adults understand. And they like it that way, Although some adults I think are going on Tic tac. It's still largely a kid thing. Hey, can I get you to dress Halloween real quickly? We're going to talk about it coming up on the show a little bit. But thesis he came out and said, Hey, you know what? We are not going to cancel Halloween after all kids, but we've got to do it safely and we knew sort of that message was coming out. We heard something similar from the CDC. Um, you know, just kind of what you're thinking about this, Dr. Steve, what you think about Halloween? I mean, I think I think it was any holiday where you're wearing a mask already. I mean G with, you know, I think I think there's got to be some normalcy you if possible. There's gotta be some normalcy injected into kids lives and Halloween is one of the qualities where I think things could be done safely Wife because everyone will wear masks. And if the trip retreaters as well as the candy givers are both wearing masks and just, you know, they drop the candy into the bucket, You know, hand sanitizer social distancing. You don't congregate like don't like kids congregate. Grab some candy and move on. That kid's go anyway, right? It's the perfect client. It's the grab and go. You don't want to sit and talk. You want to grab and go on to the next one. So you know if everybody keeps moving, you know what's great. I think an important point, by the way, because I will always remember this as the kid for adults to inspect the candy and make sure it healed on open. Do you remember? We were growing up that that that cycles were putting razor blades and candle? These are the insane things, right? So why do you gotta put that out there, Doctor? See, Because because, you know, because stupid knows no boundaries, and there is no cure, You know? So you know you got it the way to prevent against it. I didn't know that it exists. But I understand you know, expecting candy and look at it, Make sure it's unopened. And you know, of course, you know what houses or large house parties. I mean, common sense stuff. But I think the kid's still have somewhat of Ah, you know, decent Halloween. We don't necessarily have to be locked away in our houses. Everyone knows the kids collect the candy, and then the parents eat it. That's how it works in my household. It's like you know, where did it all go? I don't know. I have no idea. No idea where that one Here's the little from the city. I got Dr Steve. So here's a list they say, like you pointed out Mass are not just for tricky traitors. This year. Everyone, including candy givers should wear one leave a light on. This seems to be a thing. A lot of Different suburbs and areas or doing leave the light on her Hang on Halloween sign If you're going to be giving out candy safely, and if you're handing out candy, please socially distance and have hand sanitizer available to trick or treating. Stay on the move. Less congregating means more houses more candy. And ensure there's all treats and no tricks. Please don't reach into Candy bowl's while trick or treating and get candy on Lee at home After you wash your hands, no haunted houses that seemed like a give me I know A lot of folks are saying that that that that's not gonna happen on DH. Then keep your candy crew small because I know a lot of folks like to sit out on the front steps like, you know, and 10 people. Sometimes there's an adult beverage involved. I've noticed, and they give up candy, no loud, known large parties this year, that kind of thing. So those are the rules from the city. And it seems, you know, pretty CDC compliant. They all said this. Go ahead and have fun. But you know, be be careful about how you do it. Right? I I concurred, and they finally put out something that you don't have a truck. That's exact way thinking positively this Friday. I like it. Finally. Steve. Dr Steve, we did have a requests. Ask Steve Doctor stay to repeat his philosophy on the working out thing. First thing in the morning we had another text. Also someone else telling us about a success story 312. Tell Dr Steve Wait is melting off with his early morning exercise plan. Just give it to us again. Now. Music to my ears. Ladies and gentlemen. Thank you. It might be painful listening to me, But once you come on board I won't let you down. Low intensity. Steady state cardio First thing in the morning. Get up an hour before anything. Get on your stuff, hydrate and just take a walk for a life I fly..
"steve dr steve" Discussed on The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd
". Begins. . On a dog and stormy night on a remote mountainside, , legally no Japan beer is sixteen fifty. . We are currently a couple of hundred yards from the back. . The eager Inoke Castle for brilliant flashing light illuminates the countryside and they're and Dr. . Greg two dimensional black time and space. . The ramp slowly lows. . Dr. . Paul Figures strives to the bottom of this is evil mastermind Dr Steve Cold. . Cool. . Calculate surveys the surrounding terrain with an Eagle smirk turns and yells back up the ramp fidget I've going to need by Galoshes I don't WanNa get my piggies went. . We here because I have just come up with the most brilliant plan ever Oh wait to get rid of duct Lloyd once and for all. . Video what is the scariest thing you can think of? ? David Hasselhoff singing how dare you insult my favorite singer fidget? ? No I'm talking about subsidies. . They are terrifying even just thinking about them gives me the willies. . When now tell me this? ? who were the greatest fighters that history has ever seen? ? Hulk Hogan and Andre the giant. . Lease be serious for a minute Ninjas. . That's what I'm talking about fidget and that's why we're here in Japan. . This territory was home to the Ninja I work hurriedly standing in the middle of an actual Ninja graveyard. . What Get off my head calm down we've got work to. . Go, , get my combination reanimation and brain control device from the cargo. . Tonight, , we're going to defeat Dr. . Lloyd with our very own army, , of Ninja zombies. . As relieved Dr Steven fidget to press with their sinister plans let's hope that our hero Dr Floyd his young protege Dr Grant and the faithful robot companion chips can provide us with a little sunshine in this darkest of dark episodes are you ready to go trick or treating chips? ? You? ? Like those big ears in the plastic teeth I'm just not sure where you're carrying around a big wooden club. . Patrol. . But what are you carrying around that laptop computer in your other hand? ? Oh that's fantastic. . Very nice chips make people work to figure out what you are. . Okay. . Are you ready to grand almost Dr Foy give me one second here. . Go we're never going to go trick or treating all the good candy will be gone. . By the front door of, , the lab. . Timothy. . You guys ready Yes for crying out. . Loud Dr, , grant chips and I are ready to see her Halloween costume we. . There she already know what you're just come out and show US I just wanted to be perfect when you see it. . Okay I come. . To the. . Waco Waco where am I shakes alive to grade you can't just pop out a chilling wearing 'cause humidity idiots looking what donation you're supposed to be anyway imagine scientist forgotten lab experiment no I finishing creature from the depths of the ocean come to walk the land looking for helpless victims. . No, , I'm ogre stocking the village for fair maidens spirit away back to your cave. . No. . Well, , then what named Peter Jackson? ? Are you supposed to be you Dr Floyd? ? I have the lab coat the bow tie the small head everything. . Oh. . Well. Going . Fine Lookin' costume there. . Dr Grant. . We go trick or treating no, , let's go. . What's wrong chips? ? Okamoto no chips. There's . no reason to be afraid of Halloween. . It's good fun. . Daughter Stephen have made a time trump. . Figures where did they jump to go Japan in? ? Sixteen. . I guess puts the cable on the trick or treating. . Let's go to the ship. . Dash off to their time and space ship and mere moments. . Later, , they are standing in a seemingly empty feed behind the council on the same dark and stormy night or began this episode. . Chips do skin and see if you can find Dr Steve. . There is a sudden brilliant flashing lights followed by a deafening of Sun. . There before our heroes stand Dr Steve and frigid both sporting bright yellow galoshes to keep their piggy strike. . No need to search foamy floyd. . I'm right here. . What are you doing here Steve What are your plotting to steel nothing? ? Always plotting your demise Dr Lloyd and I'm happy to say that I've done it this time get whatever you and featured posed no threat to us. . Perhaps we don't, , but it's not us. You . should be worried about. . What should concern you is one hundred percent authentic army of. . ZOMBIES. . Another flash of lightning reveals that our heroes are now surrounded by an army of Ninjas Zombie. . <music>. . Active your main activities. . Those deeds chewing command, , the whole reanimated reprobates starts chuckling their way toward Dr floored. . Dr Grant and chips is this the end to Dr Lloyd's? ? To Stop Dr, , Steve Dr Steve's perilous plan b the frightful finale of our heroes, , and just how does the bone chilling band of Ninjas zombies few being unceremoniously uprooted from their gruesome graves have to so many years the ground. . Find out next time on the creepy adventures of Dr Floor. .
Dr. Floyd's Dark And Stormy Night
"Begins. On a dog and stormy night on a remote mountainside, legally no Japan beer is sixteen fifty. We are currently a couple of hundred yards from the back. The eager Inoke Castle for brilliant flashing light illuminates the countryside and they're and Dr. Greg two dimensional black time and space. The ramp slowly lows. Dr. Paul Figures strives to the bottom of this is evil mastermind Dr Steve Cold. Cool. Calculate surveys the surrounding terrain with an Eagle smirk turns and yells back up the ramp fidget I've going to need by Galoshes I don't WanNa get my piggies went. We here because I have just come up with the most brilliant plan ever Oh wait to get rid of duct Lloyd once and for all. Video what is the scariest thing you can think of? David Hasselhoff singing how dare you insult my favorite singer fidget? No I'm talking about subsidies. They are terrifying even just thinking about them gives me the willies. When now tell me this? who were the greatest fighters that history has ever seen? Hulk Hogan and Andre the giant. Lease be serious for a minute Ninjas. That's what I'm talking about fidget and that's why we're here in Japan. This territory was home to the Ninja I work hurriedly standing in the middle of an actual Ninja graveyard. What Get off my head calm down we've got work to. Go, get my combination reanimation and brain control device from the cargo. Tonight, we're going to defeat Dr. Lloyd with our very own army, of Ninja zombies. As relieved Dr Steven fidget to press with their sinister plans let's hope that our hero Dr Floyd his young protege Dr Grant and the faithful robot companion chips can provide us with a little sunshine in this darkest of dark episodes are you ready to go trick or treating chips? You? Like those big ears in the plastic teeth I'm just not sure where you're carrying around a big wooden club. Patrol. But what are you carrying around that laptop computer in your other hand? Oh that's fantastic. Very nice chips make people work to figure out what you are. Okay. Are you ready to grand almost Dr Foy give me one second here. Go we're never going to go trick or treating all the good candy will be gone. By the front door of, the lab. Timothy. You guys ready Yes for crying out. Loud Dr, grant chips and I are ready to see her Halloween costume we. There she already know what you're just come out and show US I just wanted to be perfect when you see it. Okay I come. To the. Waco Waco where am I shakes alive to grade you can't just pop out a chilling wearing 'cause humidity idiots looking what donation you're supposed to be anyway imagine scientist forgotten lab experiment no I finishing creature from the depths of the ocean come to walk the land looking for helpless victims. No, I'm ogre stocking the village for fair maidens spirit away back to your cave. No. Well, then what named Peter Jackson? Are you supposed to be you Dr Floyd? I have the lab coat the bow tie the small head everything. Oh. Well. Going Fine Lookin' costume there. Dr Grant. We go trick or treating no, let's go. What's wrong chips? Okamoto no chips. There's no reason to be afraid of Halloween. It's good fun. Daughter Stephen have made a time trump. Figures where did they jump to go Japan in? Sixteen. I guess puts the cable on the trick or treating. Let's go to the ship. Dash off to their time and space ship and mere moments. Later, they are standing in a seemingly empty feed behind the council on the same dark and stormy night or began this episode. Chips do skin and see if you can find Dr Steve. There is a sudden brilliant flashing lights followed by a deafening of Sun. There before our heroes stand Dr Steve and frigid both sporting bright yellow galoshes to keep their piggy strike. No need to search foamy floyd. I'm right here. What are you doing here Steve What are your plotting to steel nothing? Always plotting your demise Dr Lloyd and I'm happy to say that I've done it this time get whatever you and featured posed no threat to us. Perhaps we don't, but it's not us. You should be worried about. What should concern you is one hundred percent authentic army of. ZOMBIES. Another flash of lightning reveals that our heroes are now surrounded by an army of Ninjas Zombie. Active your main activities. Those deeds chewing command, the whole reanimated reprobates starts chuckling their way toward Dr floored. Dr Grant and chips is this the end to Dr Lloyd's? To Stop Dr, Steve Dr Steve's perilous plan b the frightful finale of our heroes, and just how does the bone chilling band of Ninjas zombies few being unceremoniously uprooted from their gruesome graves have to so many years the ground. Find out next time on the creepy adventures of Dr Floor.
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"There's just so many things that go into the issue. One of the things that we're doing and and that we got started with green care Medical Now that leaves well, which is we are able to treat patients. Probated, ditching transition, empty cannabis first and then go after weaning them down off of there. Opiates. You can't It's not just snap your fingers overnight. The problem solved but again business at least something that we're very sort of aggressively pursuing. Because Marijuana patient better on opiates could potentially died and potentially overdose have potential massive withdrawal symptoms. All three things which were able to avoid you know with with patients in cannabis, which is why it's one of the huge things that were researching right now is the use of cannabis in many facets of mental health, and it's a big, big problem, and I think part of it. Taking this Opie problems going to lie on the ability to physicians to offer other strategies and other potential products that Khun treat people paying issues But opiates, unemployment, mental health in Kolding, These are all sort of roping to one big nuclear bomb, right toe all related issues. There's no no doubt about it, and I'm happy. You know, I'm look, I'm happy you mentioned me that we should talk about it because I think we should and continue to Stand top of it. And I know that your own experience. You're seeing patients who are dealing with these things. So thanks for Ah, thanks for addressing it with us, Dr Steve and anybody who wants to be interested in getting a card that can go on the website at least well, l e f e l l dot dot Theo. Somebody's interested Or has that problem reach out? Because, you know, potentially, we have a solution and everybody safely. Thank you, Dr. Steve. Dr. Steve Saltzman. Good here and from you talked again later this week by Dr Steve Saltzman of Green Care Medical. It's time for the news with more information. I'm sure about that. Wisconsin travel ban that's going into effect for the city. If you come here, the self quarantine rules So Steve Bertrand's Got the news of the top of the hour. Get grill.
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"The life of Chicago for almost 50 years, a Chicago institution mob Suraj lives here. Grief and also be try back the economic hardship. You know when you mix them together, creating this mental help quite before let's call it a worsening several months ago, they had a non peer reviewed paper come out, and they basically playing back over the next decade as many as 75,000 additional people. To die as a result of suicide or substance abuse related deaths, and the suicide rate in the United States has been rising for the last two decades. So it was already a huge problem in 2018 issued its highest level in 1941. And while social isolation protects from contagious virus, you know it puts people at risk for suicide overdoses, alcohol abuse, which we talked about last week, and unemployment matters, because when you have economic livelihood and mixed with the mental and emotional help it There's a potential, you know the everything on a collision course in inspiring get. So it's very, very important that we understand that this problem is man and health ears. Job losses relationship strange, lonely they spent in isolation beetle, all things that have sort of They made this problem for many people 100 times. Worse. Help Justin are playful, owning and at our place anxiety, insomnia and depression has long been known to be sort of that tribe of things we see from patients were bombers of what was wrong with them. Even back pain even can't even LF it was very interesting to find that much of the things that we were finding that crippling people Were mental health related to one degree or another and again can stretch. You're like job loss fears for your health and your well being. It's all contribute to this stuff, and it's a huge problem. And you know how you combatted the $1,000,000 question. Obviously, we have to address other appointment. You have to make it easier access mental health care. And probably at some point is gonna have to be a kind of integration off mental health care more Will Buckley into primary care services better given out by our internist at our positions Because all of these things sort of go together and there's a formula. I believe in Anna and I reach it and we're publishing on it. She was one of sleep. They gotta get patients, leaving 6 to 7 hours a night. When people sleep, you reset their biorhythms taking rhythms, the all the thinking centers of the brain. You keep stress hormones under checked in the absolute first thing that has to happen, and then following that, it's the other stuff that we start talking about getting people symptoms control, and this is where people sort of getting to a problem. What we deal with that we're going to talk about it after the break about the opiate crisis, and how This is also everything is sort of intimately linked together, and one problem sets off a chain reaction off many of the problems. You know, it's for those who have of us. We have someone in our family who has dealt with depression for a while. If you I find just personally that the's the isolation has been augments the issues that much more And you hear about that a lot. You read that these air even more difficult times for people who went into this dealing with some sort of issue like that depression. The isolation as you point out is not necessarily a good thing. Good for the virus, not good for emotional health. But I also wonder about people who have it really sort of been stressed like this in a long time, or dealt with it in this way. What are some of the early signs Doc? That you would say, you know, kind of just point the direction of saying You know what you might need to sort of does something about that. You know, I'm seeing some science here that you're you know, you're you're struggling. All of it. The overt signs are easy people who have changing behavior who isolate who have overwhelming anxiety or panic issues who start having sort of a radical Aaron behavior of many times with family members. They'll know that you know, this is I've seen this before, with no major depressive disorder, bipolar. They mean that behavior before and the triggers go, so a lot of time over the difficulty is in the one that orange and these are the ones that are terrifying. And you know, I don't know, collecting audience and I, You know, I just lost a friend and a key member to do it, and it's a very difficult situation and a lot of times. There are no warning signs. And it is absolutely bear replying because People seem to be doing fine. They're not exhibiting any of the things I just talked about that they're deeply suffering. And how do you get through to those people? HUD, I don't That could be very, very difficult. But that's why it's very important that we check in with our loved ones. And that we talk to people we care about and act difficult question, then have difficult conversations. Because this is a difficult topic. And many people sleeping on the weakness. Hell collecting the 19 eighties and nineties if you took an anti the question Oh, my God. You're crazy, You know, I mean stigma, which just hearing the word. I'm on an anti depressant. Now, you know its exact opposite. It's like what you create. You cannot own anti depressant that shift. The paradigm shifts are huge and that the problem you know, it's not cut and dry. But certainly this is the time that we all have to be sort of vigilant, not only a battle typical help. But our mental health eating and sleeping well, staying socially connected limiting news on social media all of these things that potentially trigger a worsening of medical health symptoms. We have to try to either step away from it or shield ourselves to some degree from it because the other side of the mental health crisis when it grips people. It takes them out. Both, you know, physically as well as mentally and emotionally and recognize it and the people around us too. I think, because sometimes you know, people need help. When you said team member, you just lost a team member. You're you're a member of the SWAT team. We should tell people and it was a justice police officer tragically over the weekend. Who had committed suicide. I know you knew him, and I'm sorry about that, and my wishes go out to his family. My sister also knew him indirectly because he's his mother worked at her school. So it Islam. I mean, sad, You know, it's it's It's very sad. One of these, I should point out here and before we pause for just a second here, Dr. Steve Dr Steve Saltzman Green Care medical is there are a number of resource is out there. That could help folks and it's some some of them are free. Which is a great thing in times like this. The crisis text Ryan for the state is set up for anyone in any type of crisis. 24 hours a day. You can text hello. 27417 for one Hello, 7417 for one, And they have trained crisis counselors who will respond and try to help you and pointing the right direction. The other thing, the other resource just to point out here, D H s that ST dot I l So it's basically for the state of Illinois..
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"Into set and way say sets. It could be the same gangs but one of the same gang and once set his two blacks that they they're in control of And another set has two blacks that they're in control of, and never between shall meet. If you cross over pride yourself, got drugs to do anything on the other side of the street. You're in violation of their territory, and they will shoot you. I mean, it's all you know, it's all money and drugs. And his estimate of 117,000. He used to be a lot higher than that and breaking it down. But Down with the shooting yesterday. It was a horrible thing, and we used to have And I hope we still have a unit that was the primary function was to look at. Social media and see who's challenging Luke and then You would also have that same group would plot Certain guys. Certain gangs are getting shock. And then they're looking at who's going to retaliate and you would stand your forces. You know, the year you were detailed men. Officers to the area and tried to get In between, or stop or look for these guys that are carrying these guns and with stopping first spring pretty much, uh, gone. It's amazing that the police department In this city has gotten 5500 guns. You can't say these policemen are are lazy. If you've got $5500? No, not an easy thing to do. I would think any of this. In fact, and thanks, Sergeant Pete. Always good to hear from you. Because I wanted to understand a little bit more about that. So many people had questions about how would you know? And thanks for clarifying that about Thie gang members in the city. Sergeant Pete Kokonas. 38 years a Chicago cop. We're going to get to the bottom of the hour news from the North Western Medicine newsroom and then we're going to talk to Dr Steve. And then we got so much more coming up on the show. So stay with us here as we continue to have more discussion. Oh, I should say, Steve. Dr Steve is going to tell us why you're more likely to get the covert virus from your family member is far more likely. Than anybody else. We'll talk about that coming up. 81 degrees at 1 30 Good afternoon. I'm Jordan Burn Field. The news is sponsored by per Maciel basement systems. President Trump set to speak in the next hour about an operation that would send more law enforcement to Chicago but first W GM traffic.
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"Michael live here salon downtown Chicago I've been close zero income I was able to access the PPP programme I was funded to couple weeks but I receive my money on the day it was signed in my approval papers thank you very thankful for this hope it's enough to get me through we do too the gold Smith also seven seven three they repaired my ring replacing the stone at a reasonable price goldsmith is they let me know it's goldsmith L. TD dot com share got to give us the website for that all right let's turn to some medical questions here for Dr Steve Dr Steve Saltzman is joining us and Dr Steve are how are you today we got a lot to get to cage will die every day what gets you what there are so many questions and today I think the big question is when did this virus actually first arrived in the United States and the reason I'm asking about that is because I saw this study that I think a lot of people have seen and they are at southwest cut other west coast situation where they've identified three individuals who died in February they've done autopsies on them in California and they found that they actually tested positive for covert nineteen they died in February we were a live regionally believe the first case was in Washington after that looks after that so kind of strange yeah we discussed this all back a few weeks ago distinta clear county did autopsies on patients who died at home and they identify these three people like you said with the idea of yours six at the late seventeenth and March six started may news was because it was previously thought again like you said the first U. S. that was a man in Washington state on February twenty ninth you know again at that point he was very limited yeah only patients who had no travel history that who sought medical care for specific symptoms well one all the way back and we're even getting tested at all so again eight one three shows that the limited amount of testing there's a potential undercount of cases and back but the question blended Colonna why is still very perplexing it was an ongoing severe flu season and again like we talked about the symptoms are similar from the flu in corona for many people have it and it wasn't well known at the time that the October November December two all the positions all over and so many of them might even just soon that patient had the flu and didn't even bother checking them back in October November and so you can see combined with the fact that their stay in the country at least twenty five percent of patients are asymptomatic carriers you can sort of see how the picture gets muddy and community surveillance which is going to be a necessity going forward in many places didn't even start to late February so in the end what does that mean yeah it's plausible that uses arrived earlier than was first reported in January yes so I got you know it kind of speaks to what we did talk about a little while ago and a lot of our listeners sort of weighed in on this and said they agreed that they felt as if maybe they had something that seemed a lot like this the fever the cough those types of symptoms that didn't follow the normal lines of of the flu and yet there was no testing for it we didn't believe it was here at that time it it sort of speaks to lease the possibility that this was present in the U. S. earlier than we thought I think I think yes it's possible I don't have possible but he is portable and the antibody cast I'm going to show whether a person has had eight and has since recovered from Colbert nineteen so we did anybody catch will start giving up a lot of information like we talked about yesterday once it crosses over large portions of the country and we really can't you know the N. number that were using the thousands and thousands yeah because that was the other thing we talked about that antibodies study in LA county where it showed that more people have the antibodies were infected at some point perhaps even without knowing it that it seemed to impact a larger part part of the population than they thought like forty times more people according to that one study which I understand they're still reviewing and much more data needs to be counted here right this is why we're trying to get those antibodies studies or tests more widely available so we can tell exactly how much of this is out there yeah exactly they are because if that if those numbers turn out to be true you have to be undercounted huge they were talking about two hundred twenty one thousand four hundred forty two thousand people more may have been inspected that's that's all let you walk by a few there that'll yeah so many so much of this it just feels like we are just learning as we go along and that's that's just the nature of something like this but sweet and also making news today because they resisted the lockdown they kept schools open they kept restaurants open on the cat most businesses open and they believe that because of that they they protected the vulnerable they protected the elderly and they they took a very different approach than most of Europe they believe that they develop herd immunity sooner and that they may re open in a couple of weeks now because of that strategy again no one knew back then what that was going to mean or when you're looking at the what the curves that could have been health officials were making decisions based on best available knowledge but that seems like a very different approach it certainly worked out differently for them well I guess again won the gold the antibody test would tell but you know you put yourself in the position of of making that statement about what her community at what cost you know if I'm hurting unity if you knock out a large percentage of a vulnerable population that wasn't the right way to go you know yes it's a hero to zero you're only a hero until everything you know goes to hell in a hand basket in your is your so you know you're you're as good as per projections turn out or worse circumstances turn out right now yeah I got yes I mean look at the ideas I would want to be on the decision making side of all this because that that's you you've got to look at data that sometimes isn't as thorough as you'd like it to be and try to make decisions that are best for everybody in terms of all things and those are difficult difficult decisions to make one thing we constantly hear from listeners I feel this way too is I love it for there to be an antibody test that's more widely available I know public health officials in Illinois in Chicago say they want an antibody test out and make it more widely available they're trying to roll it out faster and get more access today they just opened a testing tenth in reserve fuller ten and I've got the address somewhere it was it's on the north side I'll get it for you but it was the basically they started saying Hey if you want to get tested for antibodies you can insurance usually pays for it or else it's two hundred two dollars out of pocket they're accepting people for that zero serological tests is that what it's called you have to be feeling well and no symptoms for fourteen days and they're starting to accept appointments Ashlyn Fullerton that's where it is it's an anti body testing tent the just opened I imagine there's a lot of demand for that yeah you know great idea I just wonder how many cats can they do in a day how how long does it take to run the test really help with the the the handle it's been a continuous problem pull the curtain back and talk to other experts Kathleen walled gotten significantly better depending on your health circumstances health systems no ongoing issues right tell us what the test is Dr Steve I'm gonna get an antibody test is that one of those painful Swabi testers is different which sold the antibody testing the tech to tell whether a person has had and recovered from the cold and it's not been nasal and throat swabs those nasal approach what check does detect viral genetic material this is our blood serum test you can anybody catch the detecting a person's immune response to that buyers so young from Jesus finally took ten to eleven days per person come out and your responses and produce these antibodies so you know that's why you can't use these for acute testing for coronavirus infection this year if you've had instances were covered will be a good guide ultimately about returning to work who actually needs to be further quarantine who can go back to the front lines and continue the fight hopefully you know in a safe and and somewhat protected mad about you openly rejected by taxes is going to do what you're looking we have a great question from a listener here a four seven says Dr I completed breast cancer treatments less than a year ago I can't get mammograms mammograms yet either get chiropractic offices are open other things like that I think I think that that is a real issue right now were people who would normally be going to get some kind of care that does seem important are either not going because they're afraid to be in the hospital or free to overload the health care system or it's just simply not available right now because it's viewed as nonessential I will provide you have for people who may be in a situation you know you look at some things that you normally say Hey wanna go see a doctor about that I mean I could get that checked out and sometimes it's a big deal if you don't she nobody answering this bad per lease my patients as a physician if they have a question I'm available you know that's what I'm here for for them to reach out to you I think overall to the entire audience the important thing to know is that while base this potential overload of the healthcare system is ongoing I would think you wouldn't marry some point many institutions are gonna start opening back up at least for some elective procedures elective surgery all cancer patients who are being followed the patients who who don't necessarily need acute acute care but need sort of chronic are on top of their healthcare and I think a lot of that stuff will somewhat come back to normal again that's gonna be healthcare system to help your system depended to some degree yeah I I I believe that's true people are asking about the antibody test why is it two fifty for fifty dollars I think it's only two and a fifty dollars if you don't want to go through insurance if you don't want to deal with that but I know that most of the stuff should be covered under that that Congress act that is supposed to cover the kind of healthcare costs related to anything covert nineteen I don't I don't know the specifics of that but that's what the release said that I read that it could be two fifty if you don't want to go through insurance I hopefully open up more of those can do we have we have a minute here to here because I know we've been trying to get to this we had questions a lot of questions for you Dr Steve about mask cleaning how do I ensure that I'm cleaning my math correctly that I'm you know properly sterilizing or whatever I need to do to make sure I can put it back on my face again after I've been out and about yes so there's two types of masks that we would talk about the N. ninety five ones that their their front line workers are using event for much of the audience probably the clock back so I called which focused on back we need to be laundered using detergent with hot water and then dried on a hot dog with the hot water just like with our hands and the general principles of using the mac you know our again not so much to protect somebody else but protect other people from the person wearing a mask the problem is that you gotta be careful with which how you try to clean them other than sort of the top so we would've been in you know in putting it on the hot cycle he was killed and not the radiation chords like so if you wanna try to do like microwaves you know they talk about well get a microwave there well it might help but then again it might not help there's so much conflicting data regarding all your name microwave the alcohol that that the best strategy is to take a face mask that covers your mouth and nose that's not stretched out or uncomfortable on your face that doesn't have any holes you're not going to be mad at so it's not not that become an issue that you keep touching your face and then at the end of the day when you take off the mask or every time you take off the mask that has to be put into the wash and you gotta clean your hand back this week with the neediest wait I understand people might want to try to clean things in other ways but the data is so scarce and certainly there's no peer reviewed data regarding using math like if they had any luck with never happened before you use a mastectomy.
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"Ten years ago it's like Justin Bieber and pop stars of recent times but Lionel Richie is saying let's do it again for the coronavirus you had a comment he said that the video might not we have a video will be terrible from their houses the the best thing about that song well you know it's great but the video is spectacular although get ours like hiking each other it was cool to see like Cyndi Lauper Kenny Rogers Bruce Springsteen remember Billy Joel Michael Jackson all together there on stage it was that was a pretty special things so I don't know they may be re doing that but it's time to get to the good doctor Dr Steve Saltzman bring care medical Jeez would you like the we are the world thing to be remade Steve Dr Steve actually I was getting ready for you when I did you would you let yeah you won't you don't wish that believe me you don't want that at all all they do not have to be on can you yes this is the whole different thing but we're happy to have the expertise that we relying on so much during all of this because it's been super helpful I gotta ask you about that you know the big piece of data that was released yesterday presented a very hopeful picture we're constantly hearing about modeling the university of Washington is one of those places that's doing modeling that the federal government Dr Fauci and all of them are using yesterday they said fewer deaths an earlier peak for Illinois this Saturday even could be the early peak and they also said that the health care system won't be as overloaded as was earlier projected so what would you what are your thoughts when you see something like that with your critical life well the first thing I would say is tell that to Lake Forest in canal you know who are struggling right now it doesn't mean much I suppose but you know let's take a step back and discuss all this modeling because it's very unclear to the general public how this comes about even nothing more at least initially better now than multiple gases it's based on how infectious viruses and more importantly what was the success of our isolation and mitigation strategies once they were implemented an employee review going back several weeks we talk about it there were two big theories around one with the institute for health metrics that spoke about in a best case scenario that they potentially won't be enough all right you bet and then there was that second group which came out with not necessarily this broad range where the first group said with Pekin Illinois at towards the end of April which looks like that's probably what probably why that's happening but this group talked about a worst and best case scenario and in the best yeah and and the worst and best case scenario which does leave was like one foot in the toilet and another on a banana peel but as they are doing this large scale testing you can see how these models are going to become more accurate it's absolutely the lack of large scale testing that hurt these models to begin with which is why he was sort of all over the place now I again you know we have to approach this model with trepidation but I think they're they're basing it on more data now and this will be closer to probably what we would want to see some positive okay well it's good it's good to get positive we have a couple questions from listeners but let me get to this other issue here that I think is is important one when will the stay at home and and I think a lot of people were all asking that we're all trying to be patient and doing everything we can to commit to staying indoors and and riding through the storm and I think a lot of it depends on healthcare answers and the answers from health officials what kinds of things are they looking at now because we don't really have a direct answer here locally every time the questions asked for the state they say that they're they're they're not they're not as specifying anything beyond April thirtieth it's work works set to end April thirtieth but whether it's going to move forward from there or how long ago on we don't know but tell us what kinds of things will will really matter what will they be looking at in order to make that determination right so there's a big group that's gotten together and come up with general guidelines basically run by Dr Scott Gottlieb who is the former FDA commissioner and a bunch of experts and basically the cabbie out of course to what we'll talk about right now is that United States has been open on a state by state basis and it's very clear that New York and Illinois might be very different than say North Dakota and Montana but that being said certain things have to happen in hospitals have to be able to safely treat all patients that require hospitalization basically there needs to be enough beds for patients not just thrown a buyer's patients a second thing is that they need fourteen days of falling numbers of new Colby nineteen chases fourteen is basically a crucial number in this pandemic because at the time that scientists estimate the virus can live dormant without triggering symptoms a third thing that needs to happen is that if they need to be able to test at least every one who have symptoms not just the people with worsening symptoms again we're getting better at that but you still you have to sort of meet specific criteria outside potentially first responders and fog light workers you get tested and so there needs to be a again a much more robust testing system in place and for us you need for me to be able to conduct monitoring of confirmed cases and contacts that's going to be super super important going forward you're right he was doing this when I was in the mitigation phase of the pandemic but once everything got over one they didn't do that you have to be able to monitor people because invariably there are going to be outraged again of the specific virus and so if in fact that happens you have to be able to police this and you need people who were doing this before to be able to trace their so that if somebody said they can grab all the contact and quarantine them before potentially they could set off another massive outbreak so these are some of the things that they're looking for but in the end state all part social isolation is the best way to slow the spread despite going to continue until there's either a vaccination to prevent the infection or to a significant portion of the population I've had the virus and clear basically herd immunity that call back what do you call those two things happen it's never going to quote unquote be completely can paint mmhm okay that helps helps answer a question about this question on hearing that it's happening much much more to men than women it's far more deadly than in terms of the numbers we're seeing two times more deadly for men it's killing two times more men than women why do we think that why you think that is well the answer is completely unknown reason the accurate because women are the stronger sex but Michael Deaver scientifically when you don't get beat up when basically when you look at males versus females it's very very interesting but email X. mount immune responses against infection better than men for instance when when they fight off viruses better but we believe women vaccinations they have stronger immune responses probably also it appears that they have better what we call enhanced memory immune responses meaning that it'll recognize pathogens that store as when he was shot the children about a robust response to it and again the other problem is potentially that maybe it's hormonal estrogen based these are all potential theories that are floating around not necessarily really known at this time but it's clear and by the way interesting another emerging theory that's coming on is that the body is having a massive reaction to what's going on and that's what's causing people to have all the secondary problems and multi organ system failure so did very interesting data that's starting to get a mask for guarding the public nineteen virus so in the next several months would have a lot more answers question about closing that deceive emergency room workers move remove their clothes as soon as they get home so should we be removing her clothes when we get back from the grocery store is is that being too extreme three no like it's nothing too extreme I I I think in in this current climate especially currently now where we're trying to socially isolate you have to exercise an abundance of caution and you know again when discussing completion for our people in our audience are going to be using call backs and for them after using it you have to remember to take it off it has to be washed we talked about yesterday to charging hard water and then dried hot which is the best way to clean it and then wash your hands after touching the man still washing your hands is the single best protective ways can you prevent against getting this virus six three O. can you ask doctor Steve how many patients that go on a respirator get off of them or is that a death sentence well it depends on your age and cold market conditions it appears that you just thank you in in its box about fifty percent of the patients have a more cal a picked up from a tally rate if you go on to the ventilator but like I we spoke about this Friday last week remember that if the percent in that basket now if you have diabetes you have multi organ system failure you have chronic renal insufficiency each one of the organ system that gets knocked out as a country number twenty five percent potential death wait so if no one is in the best sense and younger help your left coal morbid condition people can pull through but a difficult problem and even younger people are dying generators and that's what's very distressing running or walking if I go out for my run or walk do I wear a mask or is it not necessary so this makes me crazy so I so again we're doing the social distancing things right and there's a lot of things first of all when you're running the basket is going to potentially get wet from sweat and by the way when he gets what that potentially harbor the virus or if you're you're what you're one United States getting sweaty gonna be cocky touching base potentially you would check the map all things you shouldn't do and let's tell everybody reality right illness knows no convenient show you know why don't you instead if you walk outside you gonna go for a run it seems somewhat product how about your exercise routine for the day he we got all sort of get on the same page here because if everybody stopped operating in their own little universe yeah how the spread gonna start again and it's a different world and everybody's gonna have to face we're in a different world different time we sure are and there's a there's a story in the Tribune today it's it just shows you a trace back one particular case a man who attended a funeral and then days later birthday party this is before the social distancing went on contract and they traced him to sixteen cases between the ages of five and eighty six and seven time through testing others through symptoms according to the Tribune three died after catching the virus that's one person so it talks about you know the meaning of what we're doing right now another question here we Michael slip in well with the doctor eight one five a question for Dr Stephen January I had all of the symptoms of covert nineteen but I was tested for influenza a tested positive I wasn't tested for Kobe nineteen is it possible I had them both at the same time I had a terrible cough and went to the emergency room I think it's very possible that potentially she had it and when they come out with that antibody test which we keep talking about on the show they'll be able to take her blood and check if she actually had had the virus cleared informed anybody social have that answer going forward when we're able to transport yeah we talk a lot about that and they mentioned it in the city news conference yesterday at the doctor Allison R. WHYY and also in the state level news conference that they are looking forward to having that test available that's that antibody test to say you did have it already and maybe maybe you didn't know I guess it'll be hopefully sooner rather than later but it it it matters right Dr Steve I bet back court docket but the test is for each to identify exactly what that last clause question one and to find that out that ultimately is going to give us the real answer to what's going on what's the real reach you know when we get a clearer picture across the board cast that's what has to happen that is the salesman good to hear from you thanks okay guys talk everyone tomorrow's behave you to stay safe green care medical word Dr Steve treats people with chronic illness and chronic pain we promised yesterday to talk about how to make a mask and there were going to deliver on that today.
"steve dr steve" Discussed on WGN Radio
"What not to use okay last week the plastic strips smart phone temperature thermometer ABQ dot pacifier thermometer they have the members like that but I have to stay in a child's mouth long enough and then mercury glass the monitors mostly because the mercury and it is actually I had it in my mouth when I was a teenager and I turned my head to talk to someone I broke it off in my mouth our children our children yeah yeah no mercury thermometers because they're poisonous seriously the digital ones under the tongue for ten dollars is all you need okay we just have a little bit of several Texters asking for clarification are you weren't saying that you need anti bacterial soap you were saying that it's more the friction and the twenty seconds and really flattering it that's the issue you don't you don't need the anti bacterial no one will do any any any reasonable on the market so we'll do it okay and then finally just kick can we can we try to bring us up to speed with where the guidances on mass I saw the LA mayor do a very awkward news conference yesterday about how he's recommending everybody where one he tried to put one on you really couldn't he kind of just demonstrated what you talk about is that when people keep touching their face to fidget and move the mask around than there actually defeating the purpose because they're bringing new things to their face Laredo Texas today just made it a lot it's a thousand dollar fine if you don't wear one it seems that they're at least gaining more favor with our own governor Pritzker said yesterday in a week where when if you want it's not you don't have to but you can if such again lets start this whole discussion with obviously if your for your not not relating first responders and people on the front lines and hospital staff and nursing homes yeah those people out of the way what's the matter actually do the benefit is one it'll stop you from potentially spreading the virus if you are effective it'll reduce the potential if you're in the matic harrier unknowingly infect somebody else and your heart if you here's the not our social life but it's more respiratory and the drop would get onto something did you touch it and then infect yourself with it that's the most likely way teachers are getting infected so if you're washed away in your spend a short time around infected person the chances of catching it is much lower what you need any that being yourself much much higher much higher and so the man he had never gone against something like this kind of pandemic that's the issue so they're going to try things out of the box they have been recommended it but again it's about a carriers around no and if it actually protect people get that yeah that's a possibility then then maps would help but we haven't been enough people yet even know who has it who doesn't have a what should you do you have a high burden and a lower burden we don't know any of these things you're much more important than I think the most important thing in terms of mask is wash your hands because that's probably more important and will save you more than wearing a mask but I don't know the numbers might support where to map data I don't know the answer to that none of us know the answer to that actually the data is just not there all right well we appreciate you being honest with what is known in the in the community the medical community Dr Steve Dr Steve Saltzman joining us every day since it began and we certainly appreciate you doing that answering our questions large and small he's with green Kerr medically treats people with chronic illness and chronic pain thank you doc I like I took a lunch box talk to you tomorrow we you know we're gonna talk next about the river here employment attorney back Cody Rheinberg some questions yesterday filled up the phone lines and the text line and so we want to bring that bring him back again today he agreed to do it and answer your questions as we are hearing a lot of issues with Illinois's unemployment filings what a technical issues and glitches and of course we got those unemployment numbers today that showed more people than ever are going to be flooding those of the website and end up filing for unemployment than ever before so we'll talk with Cody Rheinberg the attorney the employment tourney coming up here on WGN there's a chance your local geico.
"steve dr steve" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Capital model two point seven W. twenty if I want to work with Bernie and I missin W. opinion what does some of the big shows on that station back then with the big show was open at the they would just filling in the afternoons everything that how we started talking about it every day all day that's how big they got and Ron and fez and a host of others were over on that station and these guys of those shows actually made our next guest Dr Steve here from a weird science these on XM channel one oh three which is basically the wild west well we have medicine I should say they made this guy into what your household name and here yesterday on this Morton Tuesday in a very important discussion Dr Steve Dr Steve welcome to the Bernie and sid show how are you hi good morning how are you well well so you you really made it you can became famous because we appearances with like minded bands and Opie and Anthony before that who the hell were you yeah I didn't nobody mentioned I'm I'm dual certified the editor in chief of the national medical journal and I started listening to Opie and Anthony and I remember the first time that I was on Anthony was you know it Jim Norton had some issue any size talking from doctor from Tennessee and Anthony said yeah because all the best doctors are in Tennessee it made me so mad I faxed to my my my resume and after that I became there the medical adviser for their channel you know Texas is the that's a an interesting story we thank you for appearing on the Bernie and sid show us a critical day Dr Steve weird medicine on Sirius satellite radio the new York times had a an article that was entitled and asking it to boot question is America overreacting to coronavirus let me just read one paragraph and you respond to it is the bigger picture how do you weigh the risk of an unknown number of deaths against the possibility that several hundred thousand students who depend on free lunch at school will go hungry or against other lines that may be lost in an economic contraction born of social isolation what do you say to that yeah it's a it's a tough one school teachers all you know there were kids in our community that also depend on school lunches they'd be hungry otherwise and the schools are going to have a you know drop in and grabbing go so that's that's good that's reasonably solvable right the the the the issues that I see people are being harmed or particular to service industries so my son's best friend is waitresses but local restaurant and people are going so you know and the little thing that we can do is I just but committed two hundred percent tipping bid tell this thing is over for those of us that can afford to do that it's very that's the least we can do it but for those of you that can go to a restaurant I live in New York City they've shut mine down I can't do what you're doing yeah I think that your take what what are they saying to you in in New York about take out the allowing take out because if you're gonna go pick something up or have something delivered again you know patronizing those businesses and then double tipping or triple tipping or whatever for the time being if you can afford it is I mean the it's the the government's going to this is one of those things where the government is going to have to step in and help these businesses stay afloat so they can continue to pay is all right good luck with that I mean I know I know I didn't seem to do so let me tell you something if we don't do that you know this is the problem so China for example kept up their cases at eighty eighty one thousand cases okay their their curve is flattened and the so they got a billion people eighty thousand cases so that's point zero zero eight percent of the population right he actually got the virus if we can walk down and is quickly as possible and get this thing over with point zero zero eight percent of three hundred twenty eight million people it's just twenty six thousand cases were in about forty five hundred cases right now they'll also translate into seven hundred and eighty seven.
"steve dr steve" Discussed on When Last I Left
"That's the problem. Yeah the vet is definitely a diet. The diagnosis is for a disease. A disease always a very dirty blanket. The actual came from when we crossed the Atlantic. Can we just want to point out that Diagnosing a disease isn't diagnosing. How you got it. It's what the disease but I feel like they did a full belly blanket syndrome right. So so the actual vet earn does not say it the whole group now in this. Why would we not so the Heredia me out for the name of the. The name was Dr Shmole because I was like wait a minute. You're out of your mind blanket syndrome. But there's no such thing so then he had the veterinarian who take an x ray and then service so sexy breathy and everything like sort of a sore throat this morning. So you sexy nerve x Ray came back with insure enough merit was blanket end syndrome syndrome. Yeah men the vet didn't even know that syndrome existed. He looks at. It was actually not the first time there had been a case of pro belly blankets. That was a puppy in nineteen eighty. Two I don't Switzerland eighty-two had full mobility Blanco's yes and so the vet was like well that is that is really impressive I just want to test something out. Because I'm a scientist bet. Will you come lick this cat's forehead and he cat and you kind of like did the ball? It's not looking good for the and the owner arrear was like well. You get your telling you. I guess that was the weird part is that they immediately accepted the fate of their cat and they said will you please let me. Yeah and so I look to their forehead cat owners get it. We look each other. It's fine it's the thing that I was learning eating my yogurt yogurt. Sweet something have you. Have we known this? Yeah no I had remember. He got to yoga. And I had one. Did you lick anybody? Yeah I've been looking things the whole time and nothing's I I don't know what the hell happened to him but I didn't get. You didn't get a crazy person so you look the walls and stuff off thing is you actually looked at the yogurt containers and who was expired. In like twenty twenty years expired in two thousand eighteen. Yes so it was two different yogurts. That was the there you go. I solved it actually leads to restock tilles forehead and said you have lime. Disease have lime disease. She said that's gross. You just look my forehead but I understand I understand. She's like I was just running a field with shorts so it makes sense could have gotten a tick tick tick boom. That was completely baffled so he called his doctor friend thought how doctors everyone should listen to medicine. Yes across the Ocean Dr. Steve raced over to the vet clinic because he was like. So I this point everything the door like. Yeah you Dr Steve Forehead and you have a cold and then you look the next person man says oh I say there's no we said that. Okay so the next person who was in there with their pet goat And you said you have pregnant goat disease and so when you're pregnant goat okay you get Depressed Oh yeah requiring. Certain owner was depressed. The pregnant goat was like. Oh I'm in labor popped out another go so fast and then they were like wow. We're all cured so that team of goats and person left and we were like. Is there anyone that Chris GonNa Lick? That doesn't have a disease. Is Everybody six. I mean Steve Dr. Steve brought people from the hospital. That's true yes that's an introduction to let anyone who wasn't in a facility some kind of healthcare so Dr Steven I want you to lick random people because we're gonNA find out who's got something that they don't know. Yeah honestly it starts spreading on twitter like the people there does diagnose you were talking about viral memes. This is environment. It was amazing like the hospitals in in La have just been going downhill. Nobody can diagnose anything and so they all turn to you Chris when they were like you. Sir Bar are Newest the they had you in commercials like we have. They renamed some wings after me. We have bottomless. You've got an honorary honorary md. Four hours perched you up at the hospital in your new job of resident liquor and liquor resident. I believer linked outlook residence. Yeah good and people were coming over. There was there was like a huge waiting list and the other hospitals in town were pissed. You were really getting some. I do want to point out. You guys. Haven't let me lick you yet. Oh I don't WanNa know what Aziz really intimate so breach Dr and I like the suggestion. I talked over it and then it was an addict. True called us out on like how we care about the envelope hours okay. Well we do about the envelopes. One is red one is blue. We're very excited about it. Here comes the end point. Yes the cure for aging is now available. It's a shot. That only costs a thousand dollars. People can still die from disease car accidents and getting shot and they will in very large numbers very very soon alao with less people dying. Overpopulation grows to an untenable level food and fuel shortages caused riots. Climate change goes into overdrive and the apocalypse has never looked so youthful the endpoint. The Cure for aging is now available. It's a shot. That only cost a thousand dollars. People can still die from disease car accidents and getting shot and they will in very large numbers very very soon with less people dying. Overpopulation grows to an untenable level toward food and fuel shortages caused riots. Climate change goes into overdrive. The apocalypse has never looked so youthful does the most l. a. suggestion ever great away to recreate it. Who the WHO did the midpoint. Midpoint was. William Wilberforce William Wilberforce. Thank you WanNa have such interesting listeners? The other this this endpoint that we've just listened to was Jack Gray. That's it spelled with both the That grea- yeah all right so we are at the hospital with And honestly we should probably take a minute. Actually keep the thing is that you did you just come in so I could look you Jeremy. Black bottom bottom. Hey Mickey I'm Chris and we're from good job. Thanks refund way if people found us and so that would be great. You knew what they should do. What like follow US Lever Views? They can also submit all sorts of topics. Look I want to hear from them? But this could be their. It's could be their show and then we have to make some shift at least work possible for us would be ideal ideal so find.
"steve dr steve" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Province that has happened Disneyland child had this China shut down Disneyland as well several other cities they are considering the cancel public transportation and they're closing roads it seems as if they are taking proper measures there to make sure that this doesn't spread any farther right that's what they need to do and and then you have to hope that the people are who are in fact the understand and and sort of follow the right processes like this woman followed so again you you contain the amount of people or even healthcare workers that this person can come in contact with so do you have to be symptomatic in order to be contagious you have to be sort of sniffling or not feeling well in is it like the floor unlike the flu like that yeah well you know the answers is exactly that's correct we don't know what the incubation period is I'm sure there's the period where your not symptomatic but you can potentially affect infect others they don't exactly know what that is yet but yeah but that's a real concern that's why god you exactly as we came back and she was sick a few days after the trip so you wonder what would you do be sure from the time she got it at the time she present okay good stuff to know about doctor Steven Saltzman trauma surgeon he's the founder of green care medical the clinics that he's actually expanding as we speak into in different areas across the Chicago when you're out in the suburbs as well as the city Steve where are you now yeah out wearing knee I shouldn't stale hold would you Los a justice western in Ogden and archer right near midway airport so yeah we're we're old place all right we appreciate you weighing in on this and always like seeing you on wellness Wednesday's thank you doctor Steve Dr Steve so if you have a good evening we're going to have.
"steve dr steve" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Show sorry I'm not sorry not sorry that I turned down and noticed the queue he would be very impressed with yourself data that I can use it live are you a citizen or are you a subject because I'm a citizen and I'll ask whatever question I want to win ever I want to if your subject you go on and you be a subject I'm a citizen the new show and the second thing it was really irks me because I I heard the vice president said that you got a PhD you can come right into this country well that's playing it with Republicans watched some immigrants against other immigrants some more wait that's racist right I don't even know anymore I don't even know what's gonna show third hour idealism footer for sold in a lesson in the face so he won the debate came last night a man I don't know I think Biden held his own I think Joe brands completely out gabber did okay but I don't believe she's gone anywhere fees fee yeah maybe maybe yeah maybe we should have a bet on the show because I think it could be I don't gamble harassed by because they're going after each other pretty hard just because I'm too grading but as far I you know what I did I would have to say I guess if anybody was to win last night so bad I guess would be Biden looks like if you look at all the searches that were done during the debate and after the debate Joe Biden was dominant in most of the colored people searching for who is Joe what is is is Joe Biden but I think they want a clarification so the some of his income on it and a quality stuff that they got talking about there's they've been to gallop surveys and nobody's nobody cares about that my attack nobody cares they don't care at all at all so that was bad for Democrats to focus so much on that last night all my guys they focused so much on it so the one of the other I mean look at my notes here because there were a couple and I got a couple of other things that I want to get into the the ratings for the Democrat debate we're down of course they were they were really really down no I don't think a lot of people then I don't think a lot of people are interested in what I'm most fascinated to see is Sanders Biden and Harris and the judge to edge edge all in one thing together so that's what I am most interested in seeing happen that's what will be in September right yeah but I mean that's what's supposed to happen in September and they have to actually increase the because not all of these people can get in this debate we need to now start model and I don't know what honestly no one cares what Jay Inslee says nobody or Michael Bennett es gay Mister Mackey this is really sounds like this is the rule I can say this on it last night it was like he sounds like Steve Dr Steve goal for your health the role of the grocer.
"steve dr steve" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Now the daily show a news ninety six point five W. E. B. and the second thing is really irks me because I heard the vice president say that you got a PhD you can come right into this country well that's playing it with Republicans wants to pick some immigrants against other immigrants for more wait that's racist right we I don't even know anymore I don't even know what the show third hour idealism professional Dallas on on a faith so he won the debate came last night a man I don't know I think Biden held his own I think Joe brands completely out gabber did okay but I don't believe she's gone anywhere fees for me yeah maybe maybe yeah maybe we should have a bet on the show because I think it could be I Campbell Heris button because they're going after each other pretty hard just because I'm too grading but I as far I you know what I did I would have to say I guess if anybody was to win last night so bad I guess would be Biden this looks like if you look at all the searches that were done during the debate and after the debate Joe Biden was dominant in most of the colored people searching for who is all about is is Joe Biden but I think they want a clarification so the some of his income and a quality stuff that they got talking about there's David to gallop surveys and nobody's nobody cares about that my attack nobody cares they don't care at all at all so that was bad for her Democrats to focus so much on that last night oh my gosh they focused so much on it so the one of the other move look at my notes here because there were a couple and I got a couple of other things that I want to get into the the ratings for the Democrat debate we're down of course they were they were really really down no I don't think a lot of people been I don't think a lot of people are interested in what I most fascinated to see is Sanders Biden and Harris and judge to edge edge all in one thing together so that's what I am most interested in seeing happen that's what will be in September right yeah I mean it's what's supposed to happen in September and they have to actually increase the because not all of these people can get in this debate we need to now start with Elena dot know what honestly no one cares what Jay Inslee says nobody or Michael Bennett es gay Mister Mackey this is sounds like this is the rule I can say this on it last night it was like he sounds like Steve Dr Steve goal for your health the role of the grocer it sounds like Chauncey Riley as Dr Steve Bril so good all my gosh it was good so yeah they're just there this is September is gonna be that'll be interesting there there just going home a campaign at this point Congress is out of session they're not coming back to September it's all good and we'll see what happens after that one of the points that they were making last night when they who was it call here is Angela Bremer heading out at trump and they were specifically talking about the separation of kids at the border which by the way has been a policy that even break predates Obama and trump did it he continued then then he signed executive order and do not listen to this this is another focus as so I believe that we should have a civil violation no president before president trump enforce the law in the way he's enforce it because he's using it as the price to watch women and children to separate mothers and babies to put them behind bars I don't think we should have a law on the books that can be so misused it should be a civil violation and we should make sure that we treat people humanely mom hi am you realize that there was an inspector general report that came out and found a disproportionate number of children were just like sold as the way to explica Florez amendment and get in the United States in fact it's eighty dollars for a baby eighty dollars remaining and it's something that that even those who have been eight of people involved and and the welfare of those crossing the border at their actually concerned about it that's why because they that's why they actually started doing cheek swabs at some of the facilities because they were trying to make sure that these kids were actually who they said they were they were with because of the IG report that came out and it was done by DHS for that year ago to transcend an executive order ending the separation policy so he used and that had been a lioness double slob pre dating even his administration but he signed a an executive order ending at but I will say you need to realize when people are arrested for crimes in this country even if they're detained on a misdemeanor you cannot bring your child with you in a custody same same that's never worked that way it is still crime it's a crime just like it's a crime if I were to walk like live well and they are easy to walk across the Rio walk across three on in Mexico I would be committing a crime anywhere else I'd be committing a crime it's a crime you have to enter illegally and I still can't believe that it's not there's not enough attention focused on first off you don't have to go to the border to file for asylum you can go and you can I mean if they're coming from I don't know whether it's Honduras or Guatemala they can go to and they go through Mexico go through Mexico City you can go through and go to the US embassy there and you can file for asylum you don't you can file for someone in your own country don't have to go to the border to do so you don't have to go to a little port of entry to feature to file for asylum and it doesn't necessarily mean that everyone who files for sale is going to get in either and the other thing is that it's not just we need a better vetting process all the way around because it's not just those instances that we should be concerned about I mean let's not forget one of the nine eleven after a couple of them but one of the nine eleven hijackers got a visa coming in and there was all this discussion about those individuals who are highly trained and they're professionals and a there intact and all this stuff and we wanna make sure that word we're getting these individuals and sort of not really fast tracking them but for the lack of a better way to put it making sure that they're able to get in okay well he was one of those guys so we need of the better vetting process no matter the level we're also being over run at the border but many many many people so why are the Democrats de incentivize like why wouldn't they be incentivize instead they're incentivizing more people coming by decriminalizing and it's only just exasperated problem if they're not they're not fixing anything by decriminalizing illegal cross that it's going to get worse my gosh and you will so greatly in power the cartels because you don't cross and like this is I would talk about before them and I've been down to the border several times I've seen it I know I've talked to the border agents I and can I just say I met out of all the border agents that I've met two of them were just plain old white dudes majority border patrol are actually Hispanic and the families that are disproportionately affected by this are Hispanic those in Hispanic communities that's something that's not really there's not enough of them I think awareness given to those two things it's incredibly important so a couple of things I'm gonna switch gears robot racism this is an actual peace that published over at CNN that's legit the headline the first line have you ever noticed the popularity of white robots whether it's Will Smith iRobot eve from wall E. all kinds of stuff or they look at Boston dynamics they even look at NASA's Valerie all of that they say it's all made of shiny white material and some real life humanoid robots are modeled after what celebrities like Audrey Hepburn Scarlett Johannson and they say the reason for these shades of technological white maybe racism okay like five years ago they have overplayed their hand on racism they're just pushing farther and farther yeah this makes no sense they say F. O. N. A.'s and that one a I bought the real creepy one Sophia they say she was modeled after Audrey Hepburn she's a white real I think she's creepy she doesn't look like a white person she looks like a demon to me she's like a little blue I demand she's crazy looking to me that robot the wanted yeah I was talking about getting autonomy yes the creepy you're literally just the head and shoulders with all your so weird but they said yeah it's it's because you know how are you ever if robots are supposed to function as teachers friends or cares and it's gonna be serious problem of all these rules are only ever occupied by white rock on my gosh I just this is a real thing that we're really losing sleep over I guess they say they want robots in more than just white is there a reason why they're all I think this is totally stupid but is there a reason why don't doesn't matter why did the absence of color no it's the absence of any sort of culture right so the thing is wouldn't robots what's robot culture you just don't have it there's no real what culture so I think they're saying the absence of culture is white then I guess I don't know that sounds too deep to serve basis and I wanna probably have culture you certainly can't appropriate anyone's culture right now according to the rules I don't know everything Patterson everybody's Irish we write it but there's people that really hate that but I just find it funny that that you can't appropriate anymore so the it's the really the absence of culture is what they're trying to align with races I hate the word appropriate because it should be cultural exchange ninety percent of where we are in this world right now everything is so stupid this may seem to us I feel like who's the guy that lay down for a long nap Rumpelstiltskin without him kind of what you know Mike is it gonna be better or just more stupid in the future I don't know gosh I'm gonna be talking to a bunch of young people tonight.