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"stieg" Discussed on The Official The Last of Us Podcast

The Official The Last of Us Podcast

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"stieg" Discussed on The Official The Last of Us Podcast

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"stieg" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"stieg" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Good Morning America. This is round table. John Cats Matisse here Sunday morning well last weekend was super bowl weekend. We saw all our football players favorite guys going at it and wanted it concerns of oil parents if my kid is playing football. Can you get injured with us. This morning is Dr Phillip Stake. He's chairman founder of the Weill Cornell Brain and spine center. Good Good morning doctor. How are you this morning? Great to be with John Doctor. I mean so many parents and so many. Ah People are concerned about brain injuries. It's football and that's was on the front page of A lot of papers or her box. I'm underboard of the Police Athletic League and we sort of curtailed it because we don't want fourteen year old kids Getting hit in the head and something happening to them And I understand you have some new revelations. Some new research on on football and boxing and and brain trauma tell the American people. How much should parents be concerned? Well I also want to point out that if if one looks at where concussions occur particularly with the young woman It occurs a lot in soccer and also in basketball when they fall down there on the floor so all sport carries the risk of head trauma. And what everybody's worried about hitting the news regularly is the topic of the chronic traumatic philosophy. And that's where I think. Parents coaches and trainers are starting to play a prominent role in preventing those kinds of injuries. And we had to get into that. Tell US A. I remember when my son was growing up. I traumatized and I said I don't want you to play football. What's your parents do? Oh I think that again Paris Arizona. The child have to make a rational decision number one. If the child really wants to play football you WANNA make sure that the coaches and the trainers and all the referees are abiding abiding by the rules and the rules now which are set up to avoid helmet the hobbit contact spiking kinds of of Injuries is is making a significant impact on the number of concussions that are occurring And and in soccer and now children can't have the ball when they're younger than fourteen years old obviously in playing basketball you have to try to avoid major major foul so that the people Fall down and hit their head on the ground so I again. It's it's it's interaction between the parents. The coaches and the trainers to be vigilant and and reduce the incidence of not only major had had blows but also just kind of chronic repetitive. Head blows that can occur what you saw in the Super Bowl on the offensive and defensive lines where the helmets GONNA go bashing back and forth with each other now in addition I saw NFL commissioner. Talk about how they're making the helmets even better. Have you seen improvement in absolutely. And what's what's actually interesting is as you know I work on the sidelines. As one of the unaffiliated concussion doctors and What we're seeing more often now? Is that the when the helmet hits it hits the ground when the when the players getting tackled That's equally as likely to cause concussion Because they have really changed the rules. I in terms of the way. It's the way the game is played. In addition to that the helmets are a little bit bigger. They have you. You can see that little notch curved in the top. You know. They're they're still trying to come up with the perfect helmet. This is much better but there's still room to go to try to reduce the impact of blow remember. Force is equal to mass times acceleration. And so when you're taking taking these two hundred forty pound people running you know a four second forty yard dash. They can put together a fair amount of force if they go helmet-to-helmet You know so there's nothing that's ever going to leave it. All of the impact that can occur with bodies that size I understand. You've you've been doing some research new research on brain injuries and trauma Can you tell the American public. What have you found? I I think that you know the research that's going on is more of the it's the chronic nature Looking at individuals that have the donated their their brains after for a long term injury. And and that's where the concern for Chronic repetitive head injuries has may lead to something called Chronic aww traumatic encephalopathy and what that is or what it represents is A destruction of the nerve cells within the brain there there are a little filaments that run within the the nerve cells and they formed small little tangles. And that's called Tau Opportunity and with with repeated injuries You know that Tau op if he can get More prominent and worse. And then you start to see you read about the cognitive Aug.. Changes and behavioral changes that are demonstrated by some of the players that have had a particularly severe forms of that disorder as a doctor. Andrew allergist in New York City. There are thousands of bicycles going around now under the new bicycle. Well none of them wearing helmets. I I have mixed emotions about that. I'll be on a semi clearly wearing wearing a helmet. Wood will protect you from a fall And certainly with the fall on a bicycle. You're you're at risk for you. Not only a concussion but even something anymore severe such as a skull fracture. I do want to remind people however that they you know just because they wear a helmet. They shouldn't become more reckless. And that's what we are seeing in ski injuries. People that are wearing helmets. Take greater risk on the mountain and then and and they have more concussions as a result of is that risky behavior in addition to that the helmet doesn't protect your cervical spine. So if you fall off of bike or you take a spill on a mountain skiing. You're still still at high risk for a cervical spine injury which can be equally as devastating. Dr Philip Stieg. Thank you so much coming on our show the Sunday morning. And you you guys do great work at at the While Cornell brain and spinal center and Please keep keep European public informed. John John is always a pleasure. Thank you so much pack you. We'll catch up soon this table. We'll be right back..

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"stieg" Discussed on Monstruo

Monstruo

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"stieg" Discussed on Monstruo

"Lingered after his date with Ulla Fades as Tory speaks with st league who heads the local in a locally appointed assistant constable and Stieg as an aging farmer as little in the way of poll I can't say how upset this all makes us Torah Steve says producing a cigarette and lighting it with a desk lighter stieg's offices small attache in the town single cramped municipal building he's the st guy appreciate it we appreciate you Torah stinks says resting the cigarette in the glass lip and the Ashtray Tori watches a piece of ash breaks away and the single oddly shaped puff of smoke that accompanies tax collection is really the only thing you do around here but you know the older farmers really talk to any other public servants than you nothing violent happens here nothing goes missing of the chicken or maybe car will be continues patient attentive God I think you're the tax man I'd send out to step John's farm and not expect to come back covered art and feathers they both laugh though Tori looks at the ground as he does so I heard you're having a meeting Tori says kicking the carpet and then looking the unseen currents circulate through the room the patterns are mesmerizing next week in fact stieg's s you welcome to come I know it's a long shot but folks are sure we can find something that'll make the municipality feel obligated to keep you around stieg says fix starving.

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"stieg" Discussed on New Pod Flow

New Pod Flow

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"stieg" Discussed on New Pod Flow

"I'm concerned after listen to my heart breaks. My question is stieg before we get started wider fuck. Would you suggest that episode if we did thirty thirty some odd episodes. Why would that would be the one where you say you would enjoy this. Are you going by numbers. I is it not the most listened to episode. Okay so that's what you're going not at the most episode where people actually responded to and wrote us and talked about your mom even wrote me yes deep economic podcast page and said. I listened to that coach so that was deep. The most listened episode was us listening to your pain bars attention. We're going off you fall. I'm listening. You do realize you basically with having a therapy session with your listeners list. What's wrong with closure. I was you know i don't feel me. We're supposed to talk about it. No more on the pious called it that i don't feel like he was closure where it was it was i needed to get this shit off my chest. It was content. You also wanted her to party. Are we feel some hurt that you feel modern. Tell him the business but i never promoted it for her to listen to it. I probably still listen to it and i i know she hasn't 'cause she would have definitely wrote me. She listened to it now but i think it was good for other people to see that black ming get their feelings hurt two in general. I mean who who should see that black wiping it. They fill in her is good for people to know that or is good. You say no girls should should know the society hi you opera. Try yourself like is that like you're so strong. I'm able to take whatever is thrown at me but being able to see like you all actually have villains like you all actually do care about women but sometimes you you fuck with the wrong bitches and so so what it does is it tarnishes you and so when a good woman comes along yard damage so it was good for me to see that some yard damage so still win. I'm out here in the dating world. That's why there's so many complications because i have been clear that shit up agree not. I'm not a hundred and dates but i see what you're saying like. I've seen i've seen st. goes. He went through nigger. You are l. today. Yes how i can't say on the microphone because of show business but i'm not gonna go unless you want to american edited and they were saying the the only wanna say so happy about this so you not how win men will get on women and say oh. She's bitter. Oh she's she's been <unk> like that's why she acts as she does. You basically did episode. It did like the male version of like a man being hurt instill filming something so that's what i liked about it because it's like we're equal likes men hurt to definitely and also if you i'm i'm sorry that you've only listen to one episode of podcast but please check out previous episodes. We've actually talked about how st felt that men showing win..

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"stieg" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"stieg" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And weather first now with the update the king of all traffic. Lug nuts Johnson. Thank you, Sean. The problem at the key bridge that we talked about the last time we saw this broken down vehicle left hand lane right after the across the top of the bridge and start down to the other side left hand lane single lane only on the key bridge. And as a result were backed up even before the toll plaza as you're going from Dundalk towards anecdotal county. So that definitely is a big delay there. Probably if you're in the tail end of that, it may take ten or fifteen minutes to get through that area. Eight ninety five no picnic at all today as well. Southbound from Erdman avenue on the old Harbour Tunnel. Throughway ninety five takes the overflow. That stays heavy from the city county line right on through the fort McHenry tunnel. And of course, we still have delays for the traffic getting away from that and on the beltway over towards Philadelphia road and Pulaski highway J affects a little better because stieg's ST, wait a minute. Stays clear now coming in and looking at a broken down vehicle at northern Parkway. Let me see if he makes it to the show. Older here. He did. Yes. Coming south at northern Parkway. The lanes are open, but it was a little bit slow coming south from the city county line, and we're still have delays and the cleanup at Jarrett's Phil pike just about a mile north of sweet air road. Chuck Whitaker with traffic and weather. First talk radio six eighty WCBS. That was like a pit stop. There wasn't it. It was you know, one of our listeners here. This is Ben and embarked full he wants to know when Chuck does decide to retire from traffic will he now become a onstar consultant. Might be the voice interesting proposal because you just guided that person to a stop there..

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"stieg" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"stieg" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Our town. Seventy three this this law needs to be changed. I asked many friends in my school. They felt this was a bad law. Twenty letters from kids in my class that would like to have this change today's kids need reasons to class. I research suggests that a lack of exposure to that can lead to obesity, eighty stieg's ibn depression. Right snowball fights breaking the law. Daddy, could write a check to my reelection campaign might consider it son men after his arguing is point in the city council unanimously approving a measure to legalize snowball-throwing in their town. The mayor allowed to the young man to throw the first legal snowball town in quite some years. That story. Just delighted me. Nine year war a bow tie to argue before the city trying not to focus on the absurdity of snowball fighting being illegal and somehow officially on the books in the first place. Shut out to this young. Lad, you gotta like that. And he worked in the obesity and everything like that statistics. Homeless point there have twenty letters from my classmates that I'll say that we should pro- snowballs. Councilman. I observe us going into the highway motel six the other night. A woman who did not appear to be arrive assume she's your sister. If I can get. What's coming up? Your news Marshall funeral for Bush. Forty one is underway. GOP senators. Don't mince words about the coach show murder and the twenty eight teams happiest countries on the earth list has just been released. Of course, the Republican senators are criticizing Trump because they're in the other what wait what? Oh boy. Tuned to the Armstrong and Getty show. When it comes.

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"stieg" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"stieg" Discussed on /Film Daily

"But yeah, this is something that Sony hasn't pushing in its most recent posters. It hasn't appeared in earlier posters trailers, and it seems it's tying the the sequel back to the girl with the dragon tattoo movie that was first released in twenty eleven directed by David fincher and is. Supposedly supposed to help with the public who probably weren't aware that this was the dragon tattoo sequel, but maybe it wouldn't help them in the first place because girl been tracking. A two was actually not a huge box office hit though. It might have had a lot of acclaim and be really beloved and film circles. So it seems redundant in general. I will say this though, if judging by the trailers and stuff like. You would have no indication that this is a sequel to the girl at the dragon tattoo and so much so that even when we posted this story with, you know, a w t f headline, you know, one of our readers Jeff v. responded that was so I was excited for the film and had no clue. It was a sequel is the first one is the first one worth watching. And I think he's very sincere in this question. Like is not a joke. I, I do think there's a point here for Sony to try to, you know, let people know that this is, you know, in the girl at the dragon tattoo franchise because obviously people read those books. I guess people that read the books would know that this is part of the franchise, right? I I, I guess you you make a good point. The first film didn't do that well at the box office. So what helped us do to two people. But in at the same time to me, I just find it so weird because you know solo a Star Wars story was all the talk of the town that like it doing a very badly at the box office. And you know, they're basically giving a spider's web a a new dragon tattoo story. Subtitle, which sounds so much like that, Chris, what are you? What are your thoughts on this? I mean, it's a terribly clunky title. I mean, I don't think anyone's honestly gonna use that time like no one's going to go to the box office and be like one ticket to the girl in the spider's web, a new dragon tattoo story plays because people don't do that. But this whole thing, I don't know. I really liked the David fincher dragging that even though it's technically a remake and I wish he'd be given the chance to direct the other two films because he wanted to and they just never got around to it. So we're right or even have him produce it with having the same. Cast and stuff, but this is it's just it's just weird. Everything about this looks weird to me. I mean, I like Claire Foy, but she looks wrong for the part and it just looks like an action movie which the first one wasn't. So I, I really don't know what they're going for here. I don't know why if they're gonna go for this huge title, why not? Just call it the girl with the dragon tattoo in the spider's web. The funny thing is the stieg Larsson novels were actually called the millennium trilogy which is much cleaner. But then again, maybe more confusing other non audience as well or should be the girl with the dragon Tet to the number..

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"stieg" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:06 min | 3 years ago

"stieg" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"At this point. I know I know in a clip them out of the paper all the time. And then we get busy and we forget to talk about him. But this is a notable obituary a woman by the name of Freddie over again. She was a Dutch resistance fighter who passed away last weekend at the age of ninety two she and her sister killed Nazis through seduction. It's an incredible story. Teenager during World War Two. She was one of only a few Dutch women to take up arms against the Nazi occupiers. She was fourteen when she joined the Dutch resistant with their long dark hair and breed. She'll choose at least twelve and when she would ride her bicycle down the streets of Harlem, I'm saying that also is Harlem AA, north Holland firearms hidden in her bicycle basket, Nazi officials rarely stopped to questioner when she walked through the woods serving as the lookout or seductively leading her S S target to secluded place. There was little indication. She carried a handgun handgun was preparing an execution. Oh my God. And the Dutch resistance was widely believed to be a man's effort and the women were handing out anti German net pamphlets and newspaper, and she and her younger sister were the rare exceptions and also with another girl, they sabotage bridges and rail lines with dynamite. They shot Nazis while riding their bikes, and they Don disguises to smuggle Jewish children across the country in sometimes out of concentration camps. Leave a ball in perhaps their most daring act they seduce their targets in taverns or bars asked if they wanted to go I stroll in the forest and then as miss over stieg input. It liquidated them with the poll of a trigger. She said we had to do it. It was a necessary evil seniors all killing those who portrayed the good people. Well, she did it for four years. He said when asked how many people she'd killed her help killed? She said you should not ask any soldier that question. And Freddie, the last remaining member of the Netherlands most famous female resistance cell, the three of them died September eight one day before ninety third birthday. And did she continue to live in Holland? She did the Oregon is there's an organization founded by her sister to promote you know, just this. Yeah. Female resistance. And there was a story about her sister. That was taught to school children across the Netherlands and memorialized in the nineteen eighty movie called the girl with the red hair which took its title. Her sister had red hair. This is Freddie and her sister was. Mozer name Hannah. And so it was it was a five year experience. She never regretted it. But it came to haunt her peacetime and in interviews with this anthropomorphic, enter promo anthropologists gives me in this book called under fire women in World War Two that came up for years ago. She recalled that their mother encourage them to make dolls for children suffering in the Spanish, civil war and her mother volunteered with the international ready. Kind of a communist Red Cross for political prisoners and the family, even though they were poor the overstock and family. Yes, they harbored refugees from Germany and Amsterdam and. Just you know, she said, we Harvard people, and then they would sometimes, you know, they'd be taken away. And we never heard about it. And it moves her moved her dreadfully when she wondered what would have happened, right? And you know, they started by distributing posters. And then this guy commander of the underground Harlem council of resistance invited them. Her sister, fourteen and twelve and another girl to join the resistance and her mother said yes, only later did he tell us we'd have to sabotage bridges and railway lines. We told them we'd like to do that. We told them we'd like to learn how to shoot Nazis. Unbelievable. Yeah. Reminds me, you know, it's kind of amazing. How extraordinary people are really good to have that courage at such a young age. And Freddie told the told this this for this book, she said, she cope with the trauma of the war by getting married and having babies and. Anyway, she she never lived more than five miles from where she grew up. So that's FREDDY over sticking, you know, did you ever read the book the Alice network? No, okay. 'cause that's all about the story, the female resistance, and it's it's such a great book realist network. Never even heard of it. I download someone told me about. To elilott girls like five years after yes. And kind of in the same JAMA. But the Alice network is talks about a network of women young girl resistance, and since and it's just such an amazing story. Listen when we come back. It's our story. We can't get enough of radiantly on Jason and Alexis. Had a dream about dawn. I had a dream that I went to the state fair with you. And then I lost you. There is a a part of you. That's your inner Alexis in your face, and whatever qualities they have you sometimes in a fun atmosphere because that would be the fair. Okay. You feel like you have the ability to bring these qualities out within yourself, and you can really make a connection to other people. Pretty why have a little energy? Yes. Sorry. Bringing you everything entertainment Jason and Alexis in the morning with producer dawn on mytalk one zero seven one. Hey, everyone Laurie and Julia here for hamernicks interior solutions. Maybe you're.

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"stieg" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"stieg" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"I lowers peop- like this one's gonna maybe have time travel into mansion to see people grasp it or don't grasp them. So. Okay, girl in the spider's web trailer. Do we watch that one? It's the next movie in the girl at the dragon tattoo series different Rooney. Mara is not the. Dragon on now, drug jokes are coming. Remar is not the girl at that you're going to any more. Yes, no respect. So that it's played by Claire Foy. I guess Ken Jack trill, take it away. Yeah, troll. So I heard they're actually for girl in that spider's web. They're making a spin off movie. Oh, yeah. What's that? So it stars lex steel, and former backup quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings. It's called deep web. Oh, to win. We're not. Oh, wow. I'm bugging out. Yeah, it's crazy. You know, I never liked spiders. One of them brag to me once about how he was the only one in my house that could make my wife scream. Take back jet. I took it fine, but the spider was crushed. I got nothing trailer. I thought. I mean, it's it's an interesting concept. I I don't. I don't get it. I guess I just don't know this series enough, like I honest to God, did not know there's a sequel that anyone here another sequel to dragon. Book Mein idiot, stieg Larsson wrote, I think three or four books. And this one's actually based on a book that I think someone else wrote. They followed up his series with the new book. And so for me, it's I like to girl at the dragon tattoo, but that phenomenon at coming went like we're on new books. Now, you know what I'm saying? Can I fill us in? I think there's a missing piece of information here, which is dressed, which is that originally the movies were filmed in Norwegian or Sweden in Sweden, and they were unbelievable. No reason for actions. Yeah. Yeah. The first round of them were foreign films and Vic Kanter. Yes, exactly. And it was amazing how good it was, and even with subtitles, like all three movies were fucking unbelievably good. And those were the three movies that followed the books. And I read all the books to in the books for fucking amazing. Although stieg Larsson died after the publishing of the third book, and he had written a fourth book, but his girlfriend not his wife, but his girlfriend of like many, many years refused to let the fourth manuscript be published by because they weren't going to give her any of the profits. Oh, well, yeah, then fuck him. And she was like part of his estate sushi held this work of art back from public consumption out of spite. No, I was this girlfriend is mistress. No. Partner, but they just weren't married because they do it in Europe. Anyway, backing up those three movies were finished. The three books finished stieg, Larsson dies. Then they made the first American like English version with Craig Craig, Daniel, Craig, and Rooney. Mara, and one always thought they would follow that up with sequels as they followed the Norwegian ones, the sweetest ones or whatever Swedish, but they never made the second in the third movies. So now you're telling me they're making the the movie based on this fourth book that was published but was written by a different author. And so nobody really cared as much sat. Right. I'm pretty sure. Yes. Yes. So, wow. That would've thought that they would have gone to the second in the third movies made by stieg Larsson would make sense much sense that makes us an inside the millennium trilogy. Yeah, I, I looked it up and I'm like, man, that sounds a lot like girl with the dragon tattoo. And then I was like, well, I guess that's why that's series. Yeah. Yeah, interesting trailer..

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"stieg" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"stieg" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"I lowers peop- like this one's gonna maybe have time travel into mansion to see people grasp it or don't grasp them. So. Okay, girl in the spider's web trailer. Do we watch that one? It's the next movie in the girl at the dragon tattoo series different Rooney. Mara is not the. Dragon on now, drug jokes are coming. Remar is not the girl at that you're going to any more. Yes, no respect. So that it's played by Claire Foy. I guess Ken Jack trill, take it away. Yeah, troll. So I heard they're actually for girl in that spider's web. They're making a spin off movie. Oh, yeah. What's that? So it stars lex steel, and former backup quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings. It's called deep web. Oh, to win. We're not. Oh, wow. I'm bugging out. Yeah, it's crazy. You know, I never liked spiders. One of them brag to me once about how he was the only one in my house that could make my wife scream. Take back jet. I took it fine, but the spider was crushed. I got nothing trailer. I thought. I mean, it's it's an interesting concept. I I don't. I don't get it. I guess I just don't know this series enough, like I honest to God, did not know there's a sequel that anyone here another sequel to dragon. Book Mein idiot, stieg Larsson wrote, I think three or four books. And this one's actually based on a book that I think someone else wrote. They followed up his series with the new book. And so for me, it's I like to girl at the dragon tattoo, but that phenomenon at coming went like we're on new books. Now, you know what I'm saying? Can I fill us in? I think there's a missing piece of information here, which is dressed, which is that originally the movies were filmed in Norwegian or Sweden in Sweden, and they were unbelievable. No reason for actions. Yeah. Yeah. The first round of them were foreign films and Vic Kanter. Yes, exactly. And it was amazing how good it was, and even with subtitles, like all three movies were fucking unbelievably good. And those were the three movies that followed the books. And I read all the books to in the books for fucking amazing. Although stieg Larsson died after the publishing of the third book, and he had written a fourth book, but his girlfriend not his wife, but his girlfriend of like many, many years refused to let the fourth manuscript be published by because they weren't going to give her any of the profits. Oh, well, yeah, then fuck him. And she was like part of his estate sushi held this work of art back from public consumption out of spite. No, I was this girlfriend is mistress. No. Partner, but they just weren't married because they do it in Europe. Anyway, backing up those three movies were finished. The three books finished stieg, Larsson dies. Then they made the first American like English version with Craig Craig, Daniel, Craig, and Rooney. Mara, and one always thought they would follow that up with sequels as they followed the Norwegian ones, the sweetest ones or whatever Swedish, but they never made the second in the third movies. So now you're telling me they're making the the movie based on this fourth book that was published but was written by a different author. And so nobody really cared as much sat. Right. I'm pretty sure. Yes. Yes. So, wow. That would've thought that they would have gone to the second in the third movies made by stieg Larsson would make sense much sense that makes us an inside the millennium trilogy. Yeah, I, I looked it up and I'm like, man, that sounds a lot like girl with the dragon tattoo. And then I was like, well, I guess that's why that's series. Yeah. Yeah, interesting trailer..

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"stieg" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

05:20 min | 3 years ago

"stieg" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Yeah and you talk about this story of Salaam hill who I know Madam on a couple of cases and had him on some of my, talk shows, over the. Years of very very sad. Unbelievable story and that's just one story so you've talked to a lot of these former players and what their lives are like in their, experiences playing football and an after, football what their lives have been like what is what? Is, the story of a typical plaintiff It's beyond tragic so, remember these, ninety nine. Point nine percent of these. Players don't ever make it to the big leagues right they don't ever make it to the pros they don't make any money on account, of their of their called of, their football skills right college football is wearing ended and The NC double a. really in conjunction with the NFL? They. Run this this, really egregious program where treated like yet the NFL's minor league so you've got these these players. Who literally sacrifice, themselves for four, years, at least with. No hope of compensation no hope, of a future in in the game and then what do they have, on? The way out nothing first of all they're. Forced to play most of the time under threat that their scholarships going to be pulled, but? Number two they're out with, no No skills really to to jump. Into the workforce and worse yet their families are. Left with with their injuries that really start manifesting quickly? After. They stop playing, college ball and my clients it story upon story and it's beyond tragic of where you know. Most of them, have a hard time Honestly getting up in the morning Functioning like you and, I do getting up every, day taking, care of their kids you know, getting their kids, off to school, going to work working coming, home. Taking care of the kids etc they a lot of them can't leave the house anxiety like you wouldn't believe pain like you wouldn't believe. Tremors things like of? That sort and what is there, what's the like where excuse me what the lives of their. Family members like a complete nightmare imagine somebody being completely dependent upon you, when you, expected them to be you know part of of the, household in terms of rearing household and imagine if, when you. Speak to this person they're. Not, they're in the same way It is an, absolute, nightmare financially emotionally I mean I cannot describe for, you what. These families are going through Just continually denies it anything even going on Yeah yeah Imagine for some of the, former players what you describe as a, living hell but they must some of the must be hesitant to bring the lawsuits because why they still, love football. Refining. That, absolutely no you're right on the head, so well tell you how it kind of. Breaks, down The, they are reluctant to come forward oftentimes, because you know they they often feel shame Because the story that the NC double a. promulgates is that you know there's some. How weak, or, that it's their fault or that they're really. Not experiencing what they're feeling and, so yeah you see them very reluctant to come forward you, see them reluctant to You know. For fear, that. They're going. To hurt their coaches and things of that sort but but at the end of the, day they're all pretty uniform in their belief that they were exploited by the NC double a. and and that's just the absolute truth of, it but, yeah absolutely they. Are, they have a hard time coming forward and talking about what they're experiencing because you, know they look back on those days with fondness and they don't want to admit to. What they're, feeling, and also because it's embarrassing to them you. Know in large part yeah Oh boy I bet all right Ravi thanks so much for coming on and filling us. In and we'll, catch up with you and find out the progress and how these lawsuits are going thanks for joining us on the show really appreciate your time thanks again, thank you and of, course as as you heard there you can imagine. How tough it is for some of them to come forward, because they loved their playing days and it's embarrassing like like Rossi said for. Them, to admit to what has become of, their lives and how shattered they are in the fact that they can't do what you and I can do you normally would do and. You know, we've. Talked about. This before we've had Philip stieg Ducker stieg on the show who actually is a concussion, protocol doctor for one of the pro sports teams and he talked about you know what's happening and what's going on there and when you, look at, the NC double. A. It's interesting, with these lawsuits to see. Now especially with the consolidation over the last couple of years one hundred class action lawsuits that have been filed the hold the, NC.

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"stieg" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"stieg" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"No no no not going anywhere i am not going anywhere you know these rumors can just be so vicious now no no i am not being applied to the supreme court i have not yes there are there are rumors that i am going to be why is that so unbelievable i don't look like a supreme court justice there rumors circulating the donald trump is going to nominate me the be appointed to the supreme court stieg over anthony kennedy's retirement no i'm not that old no i'm no i act okay that you mean i great supreme court justice fresno i can totally rock the rope you don't look fat in the robe right you can't because everybody thinks the reason why your big is the robe is making big that's everybody loves graduation robes and stuff because you know you re route for spain's secret i would rock the rope second i would i think have the best smile in all of the whole you know with the supreme court justices they used to not smile these are just stand there in the picture now kagan has a nice smile does you know clarence thomas does i mean but my smile i like you dis i'd actually do the i i'm the one in pictures when whereabouts take a picture a group photo i everybody say cheese like i say cheese but i did see that to annoy everybody so burs i'd be very very good number two i x solent looking at both sides of things well you know super size does help you get more value for your money but on the other hand supersize could be making us fat honestly i if i did have an agenda become a record justice would be to bring back the super size i loved the option of pain one dollar more to get all this extra.

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"stieg" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

AppleInsider Podcast

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"stieg" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

"Who wants to make the most of their life show because it's such a great opportunity when you're in front of an audience to influence them not only with audio but also with the lights and the visual aspect of the show so i think it's very interesting these so where can people find out more about teenage and your thoughts so the best way would be to go to our website which is teenage dot engineering if we do have the teenage engineering dot com as well but tina's engineering our euro we have an instagram account we have facebook account so we'll post stuff there we have a newsletter and we sometimes get interviewed by other outlets so but our own site is where we put out the most we don't we don't really advertise much or we haven't in the past you're never paid for advertising so word of mouth is very it's very strong channel for us it's it's all about synthesizer and sequencer fans spread the word yes very much so can i ask you about the speaker products needs sure so we did do some speakers in the past the odi elevens which are based on a speaker from the sixties sweden by stieg carlson who made a speaker that was his time to sound good in any living womb basically not just a soundproofed of dedicated room for listening so we we had some speaker experience because we worked with the carlson fundation made the eleven into an active wifi speaker the first to connect with spotify connect actually.

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"stieg" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"stieg" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Wow onto this one it is kind of a fascinating question because we are going to talk to our pal dr phillips stieg who is a brain specialists and i was just reading this study that could explain they say why our brains perform worse as we age and for a long time the researchers thought that the brain did not make new cells researchers studied the brains of twenty eight healthy people who had died suddenly of accidents and so that's what they're trying to figure out and the brains the people range in age from fourteen years to seventy nine years old and researchers looked at the number of rain cells in the different parts that are there in the brain to try to get an explanation of what happens they found that older people made as many new nauruans in the memory parts of the brain is younger ones do so that's interesting when you think of alzheimer's and all those kind of conversations but what's different in the aging brain is the reduced blood flow to nourish the cell so that makes sense right so for the further explanation it's not being fed the way it is in a younger brain so then that generates fewer neurons older brain's really because they're dividing less so that's why younger brains are getting more neurons i feel like a scientist telling you all this information but i think it's fascinating and especially with dilip stieg my favorite brain guy coming up it's just good stuff to tell you what the study is showing because to me when i see and hear about dementia and my here about alzheimer's i worry for friends and family who knows myself.

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"stieg" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"stieg" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"What they've had before so really kind of smashed into santa barbara and into los angeles last about ten seconds kind of a rolling feeling that any of the people that felt it would have felt it would definitely be like this of role that's what happens almost feels like you're up and down roller coaster really really quickly i suppose wow as move onto this one is kind of a fascinating question because we are going to talk to our powell dr philip stieg who is a brain specialist and i was just reading this study that could explain they say why our brains perform worse as we age and for a long time the researchers thought that the brain did not make new cells researchers studied the brains of twenty eight healthy people who had died suddenly of accidents and so that's what they're trying to figure out and the brains the people ranged in age from fourteen years to seventy nine years old and researchers looked at the number of brain cells in the different parts that are there in the brain to try to get an explanation of what happens they found that older people made as many new nauruans in the memory parts of the brain has younger ones do so that's interesting when you think of alzheimer's dimension all those kind of conversations but what's different in the aging brain is the reduced blood flow to nourish the cell so that makes sense right so for the further explanation it's not being fed the way it is in a younger brain so then that generates fewer neurons in older brain's really because they're dividing less so that's why younger brains are getting more neurons i feel like a scientist telling you all this information but i think it's fascinating and especially with dilip stieg my favorite brain guy coming up it's just good stuff to tell you what this study is showing because to me when i see and hear about dementia and my here about alzheimer's i worry for friends and family who knows myself how tough it is and there's a difference between dementia and alzheimer's and what it's what it's like for the family members having to deal with it.

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"stieg" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"stieg" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Wow onto this one it is kind of a fascinating question because we are going to talk to our powell dr philip stieg who is a brain specialist and i was just reading this study that could explain they say why our brains perform worse as we age and for a long time the researchers thought that the brain did not make new cells researchers studied the brains of twenty eight healthy people who had died suddenly of accidents and so that's what they're trying to figure out and the brains the people ranged in age from fourteen years to seventy nine years old and researchers looked at the number of brain cells in the different parts that are there in the brain to try to get an explanation of what happens they found that older people made as many new noorani in the memory parts of the brain is younger ones do so that's interesting when you think of alzheimer's dimension all those kind of conversations but what's different in the aging brain is the reduced blood flow to nourish the cell so that makes sense right so for the further explanation it's not being fed the way it is in a younger brain so then that generates fewer neurons in older brain's really because they're dividing less so that's why younger brains are getting more neurons i feel like a scientist telling you all this information but i think it's fascinating and especially with philip stieg my favorite brain guy coming up it's just good stuff to tell you what this study is showing because to me when i see and hear about dementia and my hero about alzheimer's i worry for friends and family who knows myself.

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"stieg" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"stieg" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"Yes exactly important note important note i mean if you went to the movies in the early thousand there wasn't a coming hey man it was a project wow that one was really weird that was creepy i can't even look at you now i'm so fucking freaked out made for each do the harmony it helped us out which ones brad pitt which ones norton oh that's right to both of you shoot yourself in the head shrek is a thing that exists because it's an ogre williams d or steig children's book roster the guy that wrote the the girl who kicked over the hornets nest stiegler on them should ac he's an old he's a mean my favorite scene in this shrek booker's win shrek keeps the deal dough into that man's as we're not far off from it in this movie on that that person was both if ananta lee and physically abusing shrek you'll get revenge on him it's very powerful frustration who's ogre mistakes power back this is the part where you learn about the donkey's family savage they are to everybody and he has an hour of the the fairytale newspaper business it's it's a lot more about the newspaper business those two sequels got real boring real fast fuck it newspaper business it's like a fucking like courtroom drama or remember when that dildo got kicked but no it's william stieg are steig is a was a new yorker cartoonist and the cartoon i should've known as a book was very much like you know like it was just about an ogre who could breathe fire and he was violent you could breathe fine.

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