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"tabora" Discussed on WTOP
"Area have been drawing attention lately from biting people on Capitol Hill to killing flamingos at the national zoo Are there more foxes around here or does it just seem that way Foxes are abundant and they're stable as well Josh tabora is a biologist who focuses on fur bearing mammals for Maryland's department of natural resources Jennifer mullin acts an assistant professor at the university of Maryland is involved in a study that includes fox populations in Montgomery county I don't have data to specifically say that we are seeing an increasing population right now As for spotting foxes more often both say technology in the form of our home security cameras may be playing a role This technology is enabling us to kind of get a window into animals that are normally pretty cryptic and pretty secretive Kate Ryan WTO P news Just a head on WTO the camps battle the Panthers this afternoon It's one 13 Can you believe it's been two years since I started my weight loss journey with coper 50 plus pounds later and I can honestly say it's the best thing I've ever done for myself The only thing I wish is that I'd done it sooner I spent years depressed about my weight but not actually doing anything about it I figured at my age what's the point Two years later I'll tell you the point My clothes fit better my confidence is back at my health issues are gone And I know I'm not alone with co pair Not only do you get a health coach for life even after you finish the program but I hear from so many WTO listeners about how coper has changed their lives too I mean come on we're getting out more whether it's back to the office or out with friends and we want to look and feel our best Call co pair and start now with their back to work and back.
"tabora" Discussed on WTOP
"Learn more at UN GC dot EDU certified to operate by chef This is WTO P news 6 23 from biting humans to killing flamingos foxes have made a lot of headlines recently but biologists say those certification counters are rare and you may actually want foxes to be your neighbors Under normal circumstances foxes are looking to keep out of our way They kind of view us as a threat to their safety Josh tabora is a biologist with Maryland's department of natural resources and says most of the time you don't even notice your Fox neighbors These animals have coexisted in suburban habitats Decades Tabora and Jennifer Mullen acts a biologist and assistant professor at the university of Maryland say there's a benefit to having foxes in the neighborhood because they consume one of the primary hosts that are spreading lime around in the tick population That's the white footed mouse And so in that way there are ecosystem service to us take Ryan WTO P news A family of ducks has moved into the new Frederick Douglass memorial bridge in the district and is holding up construction on part of the project The bridge itself opened to traffic in September but they're still doing work on the traffic oval west of the bridge and that's where a mother mallard duck decided is the perfect place to hatch her eggs The D.C. Department of Transportation tells WTO to prevent abandonment they won't be interfering and they'll continue to monitor the area to ensure the bird's safety In a tweet the department says their suspending construction on the west oval until the hatching process is complete about 28 days Mallards are wild ducks and her federally protected so their nests aren't supposed to be moved The department says the situation isn't impacting traffic His comedy rants are perfectly suited to help us all vet about the past few years Lewis black explodes with hilarious anger at the Warner theater tonight I used to joke that we had a two.
"tabora" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"We don't have a wrestle every semester. If you're a woman in your decent school, you never get to find out 'cause you're not allowed to go. But I don't know. I believe that's true. Also it's not as misogynistic 'cause it's actually being kind of factual, sadly. Also, Martine tabora, take it on Volkov. That should be a fucking break. Should be. That should be a banger right there. I like to burra. And then chimayev is back. So Maya, who basically quit fighting? 'cause he got COVID and some happened and all of a sudden like the prime minister of his country was like, no, you're not quitting anymore. Then he's like, he's like, we didn't pull you out of school at three for you to quit now. And then he's like, all right, I'm no longer quitting. We're like, what the fuck? That was strange. But, you know, this guy is 9 O, I think he was on the Swedish national team. He's a monster. And I guess last week, he got into a fight with Kevin Holland. You hear what happened? So if you haven't Holland made fun of him, Kevin Holland was talking the whole time. So Kevin Holliday is one of them on Instagram. Some of the Instagram, that was like a wise ass remark, but nothing crazy. So when he saw Kevin Holland and he goes, hey, what was that joke you made? About on Instagram and Kevin Holland's like I didn't make a joke. I don't know what we're talking about. I don't know. And they just started choking. Kevin Holland, he ran after he could pull off of him. So that sounds right. Yeah. No way that guy's going to jail the future. Chance. What are you not gonna go to jail over there? In America, but, you know, I like his nickname. His nickname was just bores. I don't know what that means. I don't know. It's really to them that means something. It's a nickname for something that has meaning. I would love to know boro Z but over here, it's a bore. That's also pretty sharp nickname..
"tabora" Discussed on All Songs Considered
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"tabora" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?
"Me okay. I don't know why we're not showing these on their w so good. Sorry just so everybody. Who's listening and not watching. This are just said he goes. He asked to leave but he says keeping awesome. I want you in me. That what a great sign off. That's a great head off on Alex The you suck podcast empire been network. It's a fucking empire. Now they are just kicking ass and and sucking names. they're amazing. The everything. They do is hilarious. I love them. I've been actually paying a lot more attention lately to other podcasts. When gordon i are doing stuff i pay attention to other people. And so i've got some time to spend with some other podcasts and gets a realize there's some good shit out there and if you're not watching podcast or listening to podcasts or that's a big fight by the way we'll talk about that real quick in a minute to But if you're not in the podcasting then you're probably not hearing a word of this so it doesn't really matter but Tell your friends tell. Your neighbors told the people you work with. Start paying attention podcast. They're taking over the world and let's intertwining than anything else and you know example that one as listening to the radio because you know every once in a while put the radio. I'm driving around town and other radio. The conversations that these guys are having it's they can either not allowed to voice my opinion about anything the not allowed to have their own opinion for anything they talk about. Everything they do. Discuss has to go through multiple channels. Like they're talking about like the most benign bullshit of zero sustenance. You know it's just flaky bullshit conversation. They literally they're doing the conversation. That actually the reason why howard stern became howard stern right because they just talked about nothing fluff bullshit conversation. And they're living in joking about bullshit of whatever else you know and it just it makes me laugh because i'm just there thinking i'm listening to this and i'm just like i'm not amused. I'm not entertained at all. This is very sad. If it wasn't for the fact that you guys have been promising me. They're gonna play me on fucking metallica sued sometime in the next three hours. I wouldn't even be listening at all. That's the that's the problem now. Because i can just listened to metallica right now and right here on this tabora ears. Metallica dab. metallica played. Played metallica right. Now i did i last night. I plead the The metallica guns n. roses fucking tour. Nice a whole documentary about that. That was i was supposed to go to that fucking tour in toronto but unfortunately anybody who's a big followers of that tour of what happened The day before was when Lunch it was a montreal. Which is james hatfield. Got burned by a flashbang that went off illinois and then axl rose stormed off the stage after forty five minutes and a riot happened. Yeah people get of people can't hitting him off. It's not really like like. I like the bus dachshunds balls to us but it's like i'm going to go away for no reason. People get hit with shady said. Please stop hitting the us shit. I saw guns and roses. People were shooting bottle rockets at the stage and then finally a security guard comes out. He all right one more bottle rocket goes off at this place and the bands. Not coming on one win right past his fucking head before he finished his sentence. That's.
Interview With Kelly Keller
"In today's guest is former. Alpa employees kelly. Keller kelly under private pilot's license. When she was just twenty years old she comes from a family of aviation and she calls herself a spoiled brat of aviation which seems a little harsh until you realize. She grew up flying where their father and a stagger wing. For most of her youth she learned to fly in tabora so at age nineteen got a private licence at twenty and she's been flying ever since she's worked for textron. Ao pa and now. She's currently the regional sales manager for the southeast for garment kelly. Thanks so much for joining us on the there. I was podcast so kelly. You have quite a hair raising story about flying your family back. In one. seventy two from gaskins white river resort on the way back to hicks airfield. You're flying. you're flying clubs one seventy two and experienced an engine failure. Yeah it was. It was definitely kind of the perfect storm of of situations because it was supposed to be a husband and my baby moon so to speak at seven months pregnant with our first child and had him in the airplane Labrador retriever in the backseats. Obviously mailo co-pilot with me. Yeah we were going to gaskins. White river resort for one last hurrah. It was a great trip really recommend going but on the way back i was over. Really ozark ozark mountains without many airports nearby and smoke in the cockpit. That was my first indication that there is something wrong. Obviously and i could tell. It was kind of an oily smell. But at that point it's just troubleshooting and making sure that i couldn't see that there is anything obvious. Obviously on fire or anything fatso. It's daytime is weather in issued is cleared a million Daytime midday without eleven noon timeframe. Okay in a about what time of years this this is november. So this is november last year. Okay great and about what altitude were you cruising it. So at that time. I was about to say it was about thirty five hundred feet. I wasn't up super high africa. Main reasons i was on fire away. I did not file a flight land as you know probably very few listeners would have this problem but when sediments fragment you probably need to stop somewhere young so we were we were kind of kind of just on an the our flight plan all away and having a good time and Joying enjoying barklay gut. It's the you had about a three hour flight or so home beautiful day. You just had a fabulous vacation with your husband. And you just kinda sauntering back really you know you're going to stop somewhere and you're up at three thousand feet which looks like maybe it's roughly a thousand feet ag l. or sos based on the terrain up there in that part of the country. And just flying back enjoying yourself until all the sudden you kind of start to smell a little bit of something in. Did you say you saw some smoke. Pretty much immediately fell the cockpit and you know when when that happens you always think through what that might look like in in just in our training figure out what your action plan is but until that happens to you. It's really startling. So the first thing i did was has started troubleshooting. Okay is it. Electrical is clearly a fire knows. I opened up the windows just to try to get some mayor his. Obviously i'm very cognizant of of what i'm reading that i'm you open. Open up the windows. He'll the cabin heat. Which is a crucial component. When it came down to it once they killed the cabin he smoke stopped so it was like okay you know. It's it smelled oil. A tell it was something like that and at that point dover might well pressure gauge and it was at zero at that point mike. My husband's a mechanical engineer. He's used overcrowded in a drone engines. Actually so he's very aware of of what that means is well. Luckily i was already talking to air traffic control since i was on the afar calling for that that type of a trip so immediately off with them and get them to try to at least for me to the closest
"tabora" Discussed on 710 WOR
"To make just $2.25 million for this coming season. He made seven starts in 2019 before needing his second elbow surgery, which cost him all of last season. Here's your WR with a child forecast we could seal. Little bit of snowfall accumulation anywhere from 1 to 3 inches of snow on Tuesday with a higher amounts just Northwest. The city that could change as a system gets closer, mostly sunny upper thirties on Monday. We're mostly cloudy, some snow chances late, low, low thirties. Better chance snow Tuesday morning. Some sleep could mix under the afternoon. Even a cold rain from time to time High. Tempers hold steady in the low to mid thirties. I mean, throws Tabora 25 right now, with your next updated five breaking news at once. Start your day with Len Burman and Michael Riedel in the Morning, 6 to 10 today. I'm Steve Greenfield. About 7 10 double Whoa! Our NBC News radio station. Down. Oh, your natural soul keeps do tree have time in your life Come on, Stocks pulled in here. Wrong. Let it rain. You're listening to coast to coast A. M with George Knapp..
"tabora" Discussed on 710 WOR
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"tabora" Discussed on Papo de Fotógrafo
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"tabora" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Exotic is a fourth nature. Awesome loving too nice of a guy. Nothing I wouldn't do for that man promising changed my life. I've been in now. That's the guy who's like I hope he dies in jail with this guy. Then bogus you know. It's it is a shame and it's the same what he did. I've known a lot of people like that. Who could be Super Nice? And then once they felt relaxed around you. Their personality came out to where they were volatile. All the time and it throws you off with I and that's the impression I got from the people who work with them. They were always thrown off. How he could just pop off at a no way fucking fired and all that. And that's the truth. A definition of a narcissist overly charming. They're you know they they can bring people in and all that and they flip on a dive. But that's what's one of the things. I say about Narcissus and social sociopaths that they are like incredibly incredibly charming and they can move you over and all this and that and then they got you and then it's time to start treating you like shit. Yeah and that's what happened here. Yeah cool yeah you know when that's why I liked it so much but they some of the things that you know you see bosses. He seemed hard to people stuff like that. But I've always thought of like you can only push people so far like if I was working for him. I don't care what time he was. Holiday won't do and slapped him fired elementary. I've talked to that is is like I like. It was one of the Goddamn Tigers. You WanNa say Carol Baskin today. Should yeah man anyway. I know that's that's you're right. That's how that's how narcissists are sociopaths. Out of after a while you know if. I had any complaints about this which I do you know. The criticisms are first of all. I would've loved to have seen from some other people I want. I want more from Tonton over here. You know the Memorial Tabora. I can understand why he probably WANNA be on camera number foggy. My sister lucky my tiger but also I want to hear from more from Doc. Antle man who are you know? I can understand why he wouldn't WANNA do these.
"tabora" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast
"It's all off. We really good job of reviewing events we we do. Oh Cindy are resumes anyway. So coming up a really quickly On the twentieth of December on ABC. The Friday There's going to be eight special All about Stanley WOM that To is going to be Include interviews with Obviously Stars from the NCAA and TV shows sharing their memories of outstanding as well as archive interviews and footage of the man himself. And they'll include You know folks like Tom Nilsson SMOULDERS CRAG win also uh-huh fans who happened to be famous in their own right like Mark Hamill and Kevin Spent along with Bob Eiger and Kevin haven't psyche little funded solely in our laws. The once you take out the the commercial break even shorter thirty minutes but still worth catching on who the next day or the ABC streaming wing. Yes beyond who lured his need plus so Yeah it has been slightly over years. Percents Stan Passed in that His his birthday is actually the twenty eighth of December. So that's a good time to do it. And also you know it kind of being over Christmas and people are it Kinda looking for their other out with family or they're looking for fun things to watch on TV. It sounds good to me that is it for the news. Sloboda housekeeping view view somehow dot missed my social media posts solar. Social Media's of a was temporarily let out of podcast jail. Yes after Oskar last year did a podcast Al ever since he so but I was granted a temporary reprieve or I snuck out like River Song depending on how you look at it and News arms I'm coming back in. Yes exactly away breaking in bringing out. I am on the most recent episode of Cavalcade is a special special bonus episode. I guess it's The day it was released happened to be the same day thirty years ago. The other the very last episode of Class Accu- aired which is survival. One with the cats yet that she's a people. Rachel Awesome job off. Thank you I am now back in podcast jail and Oh. I don't know what I'm going to be released again so going. Listen Tell Brennan and Colin decide to let me out again you you didn't. You didn't deserve anything that to get put back in. We should have been. It's only because that refused to do the spider movie. That's that's some. That's that's that's a reasonable. Let me out. We get a complete pardon if I if I agreed to do. Directed movie with William Shatner went down but I refuse so no that. What's that that is part? Yeah go back into podcast. Jalen I I want that at the end of the day I still get to do this show and I'm on social side so you know it's not like I'm not like I'm hurting to be on on sale. I was like well. We let you out of podcast jail every weeks. It's a cult cinema cavalcade podcast jail. Whatever and of course the coal is still up in available for you to vote and or change your mind and vote for something else? All right Next we got feedback from shedding lady Gina so comments Disney plus all that fun stuff that we've talked about recently so she says that Right now she plans plans on keeping net flicks for things extra things the crown and Fuller House But also keeping who for all the things on their exactly. I'm doing the same thing But she is happy with Disney plus Because it's getting her chance to watch all the Not the cartoon series like the Little Mermaid into multiple bar and Hercules. So she says she's also watching the mandatory in So and and To due to skip us a little bit of Trivia you did not know Jennifer Levi. WHO's the director? Who was the director frozen is now the President Ursa Disney animation studios in the doctor who is director up is now the president of Pixar talk about a secrete in job title white? Yes according to your sister Christy. Apparently Your Dad. Thanks John Fabric. Tabora should be the president of Lucasville. Yeah we've talked about this disagree with him even gotten into it on. The podcast is because we don't we. We're not like you know Bang Bang Bang. beat the dead horse. But I'm just Kinda like sure either Jon favreau ever or day felonious give it to them all over that. I keep trying to explain to my dad. Today's felonious and as I know Jon favreau might come off. We have other options here ever. Oh is it amazing but we we we have some options. Yes because one of my coworkers attention he felonious favorable. The guy is pretty good and like yes Loni stood and other stuff yeah Federal Mc Mc you will be Kinda like yes. That's right right.
"tabora" Discussed on Ring Time Pro Wrestling's tracks
"Credibly talented young. I don't know how healthy the last two tabs cbs. I saw him in action over television. He looked like he was hurt. Hopefully has healed up. Chris jericho also bit tactician titian. I ever a dispute champion. W f i can make the case that either these guys but if i've gotta have my first ever champion that he will set the tone how for the rest of these days before i think jerko i see more opponents for jericho <hes> aw whether it's cody rose where this kitty omega assume more reporters for jericho so i've gotta go jerko early edition. We'll see how how it works out page. I think of issue will be champion but i think i will go to jericho patriot. We have to beat them with a couple of months right <music> out chris jericho as the chip so debt covers pretty much all the pay per views <music> so let's get this show so prior to even scheduling this show in my head. I had decided that this. This show was titled wednesday night fights. It is going to be discussed because basically it's this a e. W has already doubts that or october circuit debuted their show always eight right not a big deal on c. Now big deal is just it is what they wanna do right in different well it was announced that it had a rumor for a long tab but it came wish it to w w e will also do make adjustments today wizard at programming inex- tees off u._s._a. Or wasted. That's going to happen september eighteenth two weeks before a w._b._z. Those those two goes laugh. It's definitely cower program program right <hes> office kabanich so the show. I haven't really got into it in its tea is gopher. Streep tree only to bay st tillage and is going to go for what hour to two hours. I appreciate it that i liked the wrestling business. Be it healthy <hes> also for those who watch hulu or something like that. It'd be available. It'll be available to really network because a lot. That's how i've watched. Do this could be good or bad for everybody involved so the go-to two hours. I don't take it kills the show per se but i'd be interested in how to writers. Just what are the things. I like about the what our four bet what i like about exte- excuse a whole room by of the classic wrestling i grew so defea <hes> the what our tab abc show was great. I didn't see the world champ every week did have to it like a watch it what is so currently the world championships al-tv way too much. He's overexposed he or she back in the day to world. Champion interviewed russell very rarely russell t._v. Was you buy a ticket klutzy to show in his t. You do see the world they do russell tap for the most part they just kind of like a rotation sort of stakes that they go to highlight or a particular episode if things they're not all seems to work it all comes out fresh bitel. We takeover take will still afraid it. Appealing zero pay per views <music> but basically what they're doing is they're setting up shop on the block doing two weeks early so hopefully they can work out to keith intrinsically have the audience program to to them or to a wisday right away so where's if you have a habit of watching <unk> exte- baby to to to all a w or was it not in the days of d._v._r.'s ed different versions order bear stuff. There will be a lot channel flip it w so but for the most part it today's apps. I might have water tablet one or the t._v. Was going to say tabora did depend on how the authors flip each war. We'll cover both them when our show because we were wrestling showed us what we do for the w. I mean w e. I guess what they're gonna get more revenue edited t._v..
"tabora" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The Sackler have donated museum wings, whole museums. Even and they've funded cancer research medical schools, a long list of things, but in recent weeks, some of these institutions have said that they are no longer taking donations from the Sackler. That's because members of the Sackler family owned Purdue pharma, the maker of Oxycontin. Oxycontin was first advertised as a breakthrough an opioid that would manage pain better and would actually reduce the potential for drug addiction, two decades later, I hardly need to tell you Oxycontin is a name that's become infamous as one of the drivers of an opioid epidemic. That is now cost over two hundred thousand lives. Dozens of lawsuits have been filed just last week Purdue pharma settled with the state of Oklahoma for two hundred seventy million dollars in damages. The New Yorkers Patrick Radin kief has reported extensively on the company and one of the people he spoke to was a former sales rep a whistle blower who saw deep problems with produce marketing of the drug. Stephen may started there in nineteen ninety nine as sales of Oxycontin were booming. Patrick spoke with him in two thousand seventeen. Tell me for starters. How did you? How did you first come to get into pharmaceutical sales? Well, actually, actually had a neighbor that that lived near me back in the late nineties who was a pharmaceutical sales Representative, and and I saw that she had a really successful career. And you know, something that I personally wanted to get into. I mean, I knew that the economic benefit was pretty good. So. He helped me to get in with his company, which I did and in nineteen ninety eight and started working for a company that actually sold a combination opioid. So I was in the market of produce. I was very familiar with the Oxycontin product before even joining Purdue, and and knowing the the growth that they were having when there is an opportunity to join you know, what was perceived to be the best company to work for in the industry. Basically jumped at it. And where were you exactly what region were you in? I was basically covering south western Virginia and parts of southern West Virginia. I see. And we're there there were certain kind of marketing, I know that in some of the early marketing campaigns what they would say is that Oxycontin was the drug to start with and to stay with. Did you hear that when you were there? Oh, I use that quite frequently. Yeah. Start with and stay with. So basically, the idea is this you've got a physician is prescribing a lot of Lord Tabora Viking. Those are the combination opiates with hydro code owner Percocet or oxycodone that the patient is taking every four to six hours. Well, doctor if you recognize early on that they're going to have to take an opiate. Why not just go ahead and start him on ten milligrams of Oxycontin twice a day instead of getting into that habit? Forming four six times a day. So you could start with a low dose ten milligrams. If you think about it ten milligrams delivered over a period of twelve hours is the same or even less than if a patient took five milligrams of hydra code owner. Or Percocet every four six hours and at the same time, you're not getting that peak, and then that trough in that peak, and then that trophic it's basically a a much smoother delayed absorption of the product over a period of twelve hours. But that's so that's so fascinating. So so actually part of the sale for you guys was that Oxycontin might be less prone to addiction and abuse than other drugs. Yeah. I think the word that was used more often would be habit forming in that case. I see know it's habit for me to use something every four hours opposed to twelve hours. Yeah. I mean, you can use on a heavy twelve hours and have it be a habit as well. Exactly. But when you were talking to those physicians did you get the sense that some of them might be prescribing the drug more frequently like on a more frequent dosing schedule to their patients. Yeah. I mean, you would have doctors tell you that they were doing that. And what was absolutely crucial as a sales rep to protect your own job to you know. Well, you have to promote the product according to the label. I mean, we're talking about class to medications here you can get in a lot of trouble. So it was always trying to get the doctor back to. Hey, listen. This is a twelve hour drug. I know you said that your patients need to take it, you know, three times a day every eight hours, but it's a twelve hour drug. That's the way it's supposed to be prescribed. And when they told you that. That in some instances, maybe the patients needed it three times a day. And they would be prescribing it as that did it strike you at all that that's that. If that was what was happening than the whole kind of marketing thrust that you only needed a twice a day might might not actually be true. It's possible. Yes. At the same time, we would also instructed doctor if they're having to take it every eight hours versus every twelve hours, perhaps the patient needs to be titrate it upwards on the on the drug to a higher dose. I see interested. They would take it. Just twice a day. But with a higher dose each time xactly exactly that would be the appropriate thing to do. Gotcha. I mean, it's interesting. So you're you're going in there, you're meeting with doctors, you're showing them literature to support the the drug, but you're not a doctor, right? You're not a clinician. How how comfortable we were you with the science of it. I mean, had you did you have to kind of prepare in advance for questions that you might get from the doctors and know what types of answers, you would give them. Well, that's part of the training that we go to. I mean, we spent three weeks literally not only learning about the product itself. But you learn about the background of the product in this case, it was pain management. We learn about the history of pain management. And then you spend a lot of time going through common objectives that the doctors would give you. What kinds of common objections? Well, I mean. I guess the most common objection that I heard after joining the company was well, it's just too addictive. Aiming? We've got too many problems in our community with you know, overdose deaths. And and so basically, it would a lot of time was spent trying to overcome the doctor's objections on that and trying to refocus them and saying, you know, yes, there's going to be people out there that are going to abuse or divert the drug, but basically we were trained let's focus on treating the legitimate pain patients. You know? If we can focus our, you know, focus on treating those patients, then we'll have the outcomes and the doctors will prescribe the product. Well, that's I mean, this is another thing. I wanted to ask you about is. So. See go out there and the the first and biggest objection that you're encountering is. Geez. Art, these things really addictive. Did you like did you believe that they weren't? Did was the company telling you that they weren't where their studies or was their data that you could you could give to doctors to say, no, actually, you've got it wrong. This isn't addictive. Well, I mean early on the one of the biggest things that I would use. I memorized the specific line in the package insert that was later changed by the FDA, and that was the delayed absorption of the Oxycontin was believed to reduce the abuse liability of the drug, you know, that was one of the things that that were trying to express to physicians now that I think that worked for a while. But it wasn't very long. And to my experience with the company that. Wow. If they crush up the medication then that kind of destroys the long acting delivery system. So well because people that are crushing the pills and snorting them or or were injecting them melting. Exactly, exactly. So there was ways to get around that. And eventually, I think the FDA changed the labeling of that. And then at some point we were told that we can no longer use that particular language, so let me understand this. So so you get recruited to to go work at Purdue pharma, which has this super elite Salesforce. It's got this blockbuster product, they're paying better than a lot of a lot of other. Pharmaceutical companies are. And then you actually get down there on the ground. And it sounds like already there's blowback because in the communities people realized that there's abuse and addiction that must've been kind of disillusioning for you. I would think. It was I mean, I started seeing it early on one of my experiences. What is I had? I think at the time. It was a Representative who was either the previous national sales rep of the year or they were on track to becoming the national sales Representative of the year. So they would come in to help train us to watch them handle objections from from physicians. So we went into a doctor's office in West Virginia. And you know, we're pulled aside and advise it the family member of that particular doctor had died over as a result of an overdose of Oxycontin. So that was a a pretty significant blow that that we both have. So I call that the day that it really hit really close to home for me. And you know, and what what year was that. Roughly. Oh that was that was within a month or two after me joining the company in two thousand in two thousand and you stayed on for another five years. Yes. So what did you tell yourself? I mean, did you think these were just isolated incidents or? You know to quite frankly, what do you tell yourself? I mean, you really believe that you're doing something you're doing a righteous duty by trying to treat pain, you know. And you're trying to focus trying to get physicians on on using the product for legitimate pain patients who used the product the right way. I mean that was my my personal focus and at the same time. It was it was still a good company to work for there was more and more challenges. You know, I think it I think we really as a company I started seeing the challenges and West Virginia and southern West Virginia and parts of whatever anybody calls Appalachia. But you you really feel like you're doing something good. And at the same time, you're recognizing that. Hey, look, this is a company that I could work for for a long time. They're going to have other products down the road. So you stay with it for that reason. Because there's there's an opportunity for personal growth. I see and were you feeling pressure from the company to to keep growing the territory? Oh, absolutely. I mean, it was it was, you know, how do we turn the doctors minds away from the bad news of what was happening in the community and get them focused on treating the legitimate, chronic pain patients. So yeah, there was a constant push on that. And you eventually were part of a a whistle blower lawsuit against Purdue is that right? That's correct. But it got dismissed. Yeah. Was dismissed I mean, I it had been in the court system for many years. It's not hard for anybody to look up any information about it. It's Radcliffe may V Purdue. We had specific allegations that the company had committed fraud. And eventually it was dismissed on a on a technicality there a procedural basis for dismissing it, that's my understanding. Correct. Looking back now. A lot of observers feel that while they're obviously a bunch of companies that make prescription painkillers. Which are abused that Purdue pharma played kind of an instrumental special role in precipitating the opioid crisis because the company push really aggressively to destroy sigma ties, the long term use of strong opioids, how do you feel looking back? I mean, do you feel as though Purdue has any culpability and getting us to where we are today in in the opioid crisis. I believe they were absolutely instrumental in it. The culpability is you can't turn a blind eye to the problems that you're creating in the community. And I that's one of the things I want to say to the Sackler family stand up be responsible. Be proud of your company. Okay. You built a great company, but also take some responsibility for the problems that has been caused by the way that your products are being promoted and how your products are being abused. And at the same time, you're still pushing the promotion of that product. This this destroying communities today. I mean, I I can't say it any other way be accountable and is there. I mean, is there any sense in which you on a on a personal level look back and feel any guilt or or feel any as you personally have any culpability? I think as as an individual you're doing your job, you believe that you're doing it righteously. You don't wanna do wrong. You want to help people? At the same time. Looking back you go. Wow. Perhaps perhaps I probably should have resigned from the company early on and just walked away from from a a situation that was growing bad. But at the same time, you look what did what was the information that I had at the time. Was there a way to turn this thing around at the time of believed? There was..
"tabora" Discussed on WJR 760
"Doctor a musician. I'm about to embark on a concert tour in the deep south would other experienced. Public relations skinny is using working for black man you and the deep south Louis problems. I've never had fried chicken at my life. We have a very narrow assessment of me told me. I'm right. And by the way, Greg Russell. That's that was Vigo Mortenson is his driver who's nominated for best actor in green book. But the consensus seems to be it will go to Ali for his performance in green book. What do you think we'll win? I absolutely go along with that yet. Mahershala Ali has just putting on some great performances or the past few years. I mean, he won the Academy Award last as well. He probably will win it this time for green book. But again, I also like them Rockwell invites you, there's a great voice, and you know, my sentimental favorite really is Sam Kelly always loved this guy. You know way back when with his performances, so I would not feel bad at all if they call his name. All right, Elliot woman. I Don I never understood why Steve corral didn't get a nomination for his performance in vice he was shut out for some reason or other but your pick for Betty look at what's the vote for Donald Rumsfeld. He was great in the movie. Yeah. He was fine. He was terrific in the movie. But there was one performance here that I think overrides all the others. And that was Adam driver in black klansman, which by the way, if I were voting member of the academy and was looking at the top eight films, the the nominees for best picture of the year to me black Lanzmann is the movie of the year, the most important movie of the year combination of spike Lee's career and the picture that's going to mean, the most of the most people for a long time. It's it's a thrilling movie who is speaking up there. Greg. Is that you grow. And we gotta get to supporting actress, this seems to be a done deal as well Cynthia Ford, and that would be Regina king in if Beale street could talk finding out that her daughter is about to give birth to a man who is going to jail. And somehow some way has to reconcile that situation who's your pick in the category of Amy Adams in the vice. Marina Tabora, I think in Roma and then Emma stone in the favored, Rachel fights in the favourite, they'll cancel each other out. So you're pick to walk away with the Ayrshire for best supporting actress Cynthia, well, I agree that the two from the favorite will probably cancel themselves out. I think Amy Adams. Just rises to the top of everything anymore. I I'm very fond of her performance. But and I never heard of or seen anything that Regina king had been in. But I thought she was magnificent. I so happy that I found this new actors for me because again, I've never seen anything. She was in. So I'm going to go with Regina king Elliott Wilhelm quickly Cynthia is almost always right almost always. In this case. She's absolutely right. And Regina king is fantastic. In a field street to talk, which is a wonderful movie it Amy Adams wins. I will not be crying. She was fantastic film advice. All right. Finally, Greg who you going with I go along with L A, and I loved any atoms in white. But if you believe that Regina king will walk away with your war tonight. And so happy for her. I mean being a child actor who actually knew her crap and his continued to so many years. So yeah, I believe that's the way it's going to go and the winner of the best song. Wait a second. Don't say anything you three. Lady gaga. Shallow. And Bradley Cooper. Hey, thanks, a lot to you three. Enjoy the Academy Awards have some popcorn for me. And we'll talk again soon Elliott Cynthia.
"tabora" Discussed on Capital Allocators
"And I think that's the compromise. That's out there politically. I think there's a huge win win policy. That makes America stronger makes our economy stronger makes us safer helps us compete against China when it comes to technology, and then it makes the millions of people who are here undocumented who are just working every day and makes their life better. Because a vacancy leap at night means that they can now travel back to their home countries. If there's a a wedding or funeral or holiday or any other family gathering makes that possible they can start paying taxes some of them do now, even though they're illegal, which is a crazy system that the IRS allows you to pay taxes, even if you're undocumented, it's vastly better for the immigrants lives. And then the final impact is the greatest anti-poverty program in the world would be increased immigration. In terms of remittances, so our official aid to Honduras, something around four hundred million dollars remittances are five or six billion. I think in this proposal that would double again. And if we want to solve global poverty issues, immigrations the best way to do it professor at George Mason University was a couple whose Bryan Caplan, and Alex Tabora who've done a lot of work on this and taback wrote that this is the greatest anti-poverty program the world, and we do it, by the way, not at a cost to us a negative cost. We gained from it. This is America first and the world, I it's not either. Or so my passion project is me Google folks in Austin, some of my best friends have formed five, oh, one C three C four, and a pack around a massive immigration reform proposal. They'll be called the ideal immigration proposal. An ideal stands for immigration. Designed to enhance American lives. The ideal immigration proposal. You can beat about it on ideal immigration dot US, our whole policy of how works and I'm happy to talk about the details. I don't have you don't have to show. How do you get the flavor of it? I hope. Yeah. So what you've done so far for me is take a controversial hotly contested topic. And make it sound like. That sounds like a really good solution. So what do you do as a single retired hit from manager with some resources to? Okay. You've created this. There's a policy. How do you make an impact? Yeah. Good question. I'm trying to figure that out myself with the help of like a great group of people in Austin, probably been at this for about four months created a website. We says step one, I'm working with some really talented filmmakers to do a short film. And my goal is to do something along the lines of what charity water did in their video called spring. If you haven't seen the charity water video the spring, go watch it if you don't cry and open your checkbook after watching that video. I'll be surprised it's amazing. That's another reason. Scott Harrison this morning is like get his advice. How do I tell the story? How do I open people's heads and hearts to this possibility? So working on the video I've hired a lobbyist group. In DC to help get me in front of people on this. I'm reaching out to all of my friends. Former colleagues, and I'm basically telling them that. Yeah. I've calling it every favor, and I need to get in front of politicians need to get front of thought leaders. I need to get in front of public intellectuals and make the case. So I've met with a number of politicians already and the diversity where they are on the political spectrum is very wide, and they all like it not just both I met with a number of different politicians, and they've offered me wonderful advice on who's important and who needs to be influenced. I have a strategy as a lot of work between now. And then and I feel like the clock is ticking. Because I think of all the years when this is possible two thousand nineteen is the year for massive immigration before the me make that case in a number of different ways. First of all what tip? Happens in many presidencies. Not just the Trump presidency is president comes in. He ran with a certain appeal to his or her base and is true to that base for the first two years..
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"Should Tabora could the cubs. Yes. Or no never heard anyone talk about this guy's prevented for thirty years. His probably it for twenty years. They bought it for eight hundred fifty million which is what seven eighths of a billion. And now they're valued anywhere from three billion up, and they put a lot of money and they've got debt-service. Understand that. This forever. Is your business, man? So batman. Eric. I have no idea what the fan said readers the question and give us the winner place. Should Tom Ricketts sell the naming rights of Wrigley field? Now wrong rather on circuit. Should Tom Ricketts sell the cubs. Yes. Or no seventy eight percent of the voters said, no he should not sell the cubs. But he wants, but he won't spend any money at Harper. It's one of those things where sometimes better to have what you have then. Have you get what you don't know what you wish for type thing? So let's review this as we take a break, which is more important to record signing Harper or remodeling the ballpark and offense said again ninety percent remodeling the ballpark and the neighborhood around it. City Selva cobs. No, all right. Donate me spinning around trying to figure that one out. A while said only once it, we'd all it'd be one spin. That's one spend right, Murph. Fred got some socks talk to the top the hour. We're going to get back on the NFL. The no flag league. Got a new angle for you. Fred and everybody one last Twitter poll out there so vote right now, if you would who will leave the bulls, I three names Zach LeVine, Chris Wendell Kennedy put the fans they could have been four. I just I just find my rim.
"tabora" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Alec Baldwin a creep. He pled guilty to harassment. You think he is a group? Well, he builds people up he calls his daughter a little pig. So that's not a long time ago. Quite a long time ago pled guilty to a violation of harassment in the second degree. Is there a first degree third degree? What is this? Apparently. There are a lot of. He's in a short term anger management program. I I I knew this had happened in last night. I watched match game pro while that which is back on ABC. He's supposedly gives his salary for match game which four million dollars a year for five minutes. I'm like that to some charity. Yeah. So he's not going to serve anytime. He will not be on probation. He had an altercation with forty nine year old guy back in November charged with attempted assault in the third degree. There's another one harassment in the second degree in and attempted assault in the third degree. He pled guilty to the lesser of the two judges. He denied the allegations that the time on his Twitter account. He said, quote, normally, I wouldn't comment on something is egregiously misstated is today story, however, the assertion that. I punched anyone over a parking lot space is false. I wanted to go on the record and state. As much. First time he's had temper problems. He was thrown off a flight. Turn his cell phone off. I remember that sitting in. I remember sitting in one eighty playing words with friends or something. Yeah. Something like that. Yeah. Prefer after getting a marriage license with the his new wife? So. Temper temper one Tabora Tabare Alec temper jeopar-..