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"towfighi" Discussed on Scoop B Radio | #SCOOPBRADIO | Brandon Robinson
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"towfighi" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"What's at the edge of safe to do right now? It's the repeated attempts where you're going to get injured so if if I'm really tight and doing it then I'll run within my limits but there's some days are better than others and I'm just like Bam out and get it and and good but what the distance in mind usually about you know shooting for two hundred meters but not that fast and I go through periods where like everything's as clicking and I feel like I've still got it and then have a bad week and it's like no doubt but so there's all this research about sedentary lifestyles now. The real problem is your blood. That's the real problem and it's the quality of your blood and it's the mechanical chemical nature. What's going on in the blood and all these different factors? It's where your blood is being created from is a credit from stem cells or is it be being created from medical recess and it's the actual deform ability of blood cells with age. So the real problem is that the blood itself is sort of going downhill. And so because it's going downhill when you're sitting for any length of time you have blood. That's path as efficient as it was when you were younger. Which means hypotheses as sort of a way of existing is sort of taking hold and so by integrating these little things throughout the day? You're pushing that clock back a little bit. Okay there's a lot there in terms of the sedentary lifestyles that like for example the blood. Can we talk about that for a little bit. How does one I guess? Address that I mean other than like you know not sitting all day you know right and getting saying whatever. How do you address? Is that issue. What people do there? It's a IT'S A. It's a big topic. It's a kind of an emerging field and there's a lot of things that are going to be rapidly coming online just to twenty seconds scope of the problem. What's happening is when you were young? Your blood had a very specific composition and ratio of types of immune cells to red blood cells. Okay and it's sort of optimal and you get older. You get fewer red blood cells and fewer are types of immune cells and more other types of immune cells. The blood is essentially mimicking giant injury. Is What's happening okay. And so what. Your blood is starting to do is be a pro inflammatory medium as you're getting older that's kind of what's going on. And and that affects muscle recovery so young muscle and youngblood are two sides of the same coin. They're both related. One of the reasons you see muscle recovery every decrease with age is because the quality of the blood itself is decreasing. So there's this field compare BIOS where we're looking at we're looking at young blood transfusions and the effect that has on the body Couple of keys. That seemed to play into all. This one is timing two is massage Three are there's there's a host of small molecule activators and keep blood proteins that seemed to be emerging that we can target get. If we can rewind real quick when you say timing timing of what so as you begin to age there are very specific proteins. One of them is called your K.. Eight one half and it is a growth protein and basically what it does is it controls the stem nece and the growth cycles of muscle. And when you're younger what happens. Is You get done working out shoots up like this okay and then it does this when you get older. Sure it does this and then it does this. So what's happening. Is this Guy Sore. Recover this guy. No recovery just sore. That's that's what's happening with age. So Getting E R K up higher post workout is one of the ways that we can. We can start to hugh begin to turn turn the clock back a little bit with that one of the ways that seems to work really well. It's super simple. Anybody can do massage so there. I was talking to Ron ten about this. And Rhonda's Bodywork Watt. And if you're around Ron he's just always pumped full and he gets pissed at you to if you don't get body worked on you getting body work done you it worked. I didn't spend my five grand this week. I e. That's his tip to be healthy to be really really you got to be really well. Yeah did you get your five Thousand Square Foot Gym in your house. You Know Ron. I didn't sell a food company by the way. Did you go see the pop tart. Yeah Yeah Yeah legendary food. Listen to this. He made a pop tarts. Yes listen to listen to this. I have a tax on my phone of me. Sending Ron Penna a text. Probably about six months ago saying he needs to tell the powers that be to make pop tart really and he said and he said Okay and gave me like a little thumbs up. I sent him the screen capture of that last night. And he said I did tell the powers that be and we got pop tarts. When when you guys told me I think you told me Andrew that they made a pop tart than Andy told me I was like I think? I'm pretty sure I told them you need. They make pop tart careful because I remember like we were talking to them. And you're like what what's the deal. Where's the pop tart? And he's like they can't say too much but he was kind of like I think he said something about how you can't make one or something to right. He was like probably totally screwing with run. Pinot works in mysterious ways man dairy foods pop tarts is going to be all over the place fix. Oh I'm going to see if I can survive off just that I haven't tried it. Oh my gosh. She gave me one a couple months ago. The funny thing was in target like a month earlier with my my wife and I was like pop tart and then so sure wings it tastes like about part. I'm GonNa live on the thing. That's huge is gonNA flip tip. The fitness industry down all talking about pop tarts forever. Yeah that's huge thing. Ever I really do. I would love to just be in the room when Joel in Ron or speaking to each other because I had imagined over probably like one and a half hour mark you guys just start speaking in Code Mike Mike. Yeah yeah just like making sounds like what happened. Did they break is like no just in their own language. Now we have these we always. Yes we have these crazy mind melds just like yeah we'll get together at this Secret location and we'll just sit there and Kinda get down the rabbit the whole and sometimes it's too much for us you know. And then we got to translate. It transitioned into something else. Something nerdy but yeah. He's He's a brilliant wink wink awesome deal. Yeah the pop tart thing is you mentioned something earlier about testosterone and sleep which I think a lot of men's ears when they heard it but it was never talked about What what were you talking about their exactly brother sleeping? I sixteen hours or something like that right. Yeah so the sex hormones are just have a lot to do with staying young mhm and it makes sense just from a a like in social narratives but we have to remember that. They're not facts. They're just sort of stories that we tell ourselves awesome can change but they're helpful so an ancestral narrative is just the idea that it as long as you're sexually viable your of Certa you're kind of a benefit and your body's going to keep you young and so keeping the sex hormones working has a lot to do with keeping the body young if you can keep the body a young you'll solve a lot of problems so getting testosterone while you're sleeping is a big big deal a big big deal and it's not that hard to do you can do it with a combination of Feeding patterns sort of high fat at bedtime and a very few simple things stupid simple things like Eczema and vitamin D and things like that. Okay is there no negative impact of eating before bed. You know some people think that you should eat you know well before you go to sleep and stuff like that. What are your thoughts on that? Let fits into what when and how so everything should fit into what one in. How and there's A? There's a if you get away from the absolutes and then you just kind of quantify functional outcomes like my functional outcome right now as I wanNA have a couple of nights of making colostrum okay. Great so in order to do that what do I need. I need a lot of fat while I'm sleeping in need. Vitamin D needs minerals. And you get a few basic things and so I'm going to have to three nights. Maybe maybe even want two nights a week where I do that on and there's indicative downside which is if I have to big meal I might disruptive Towfighi she later on during the night but the other side of that is I can fast in the morning a little bit and sort of offset that and so when you put it into a functional outcome So there's there's always negatives to everything you mentioned to me in the past I mentioned to me if I remember remember correctly Having having some issues with fasting and how it it Kinda screwed up So we talked about fasting quite a bit on here but I also I warn people. You know if you're new to a diet diet in my opinion there's no reason to even try to really mess with fasting until you can get a handle on on starting to implement some nutritious foods and get used to the get get used to the Diet that you selected and don't really worry about fasting for a little while And then also I've had my own issues with fasting where I fasted Intermittent fasting you know just doing a sixteen or eighteen hours fast or something like that and then two or three days later I found myself you know at the bottom of a ben and Jerry's You know fish fish food ice cream or something like that. So how can we kind of You know what are what are some of the negative impacts of fasting. And what did it do to you. Talk a lot about that in my book. I'm here because of the negatives I experienced with what you would call time restricted feeding investing in the early nineties. Quick back story in the early nineties. metrics came out. Jefferson was a big promoter and Jeff did an article talking about how he was just eating one meal a day in the evening and so I'm just like okay. Well that's what I was that same guy who read the Corey huge. Yeah Yeah So. I started doing that and I went on metrics and one of the things in biology. Do this in short term and then this and the long term so what happened to me was I was ripped to the bone for longtime about three or four years. I Oh isn't that advice giving stage. What are you doing here? Spent going ahead it figured out and then about year four metrics packet a today's your for your five. I started eating uncontrollably and like I just I you know but there was a burger king. I was there and I didn't know what I don I was like. Yeah I've never done this in my life. I'm just eating all the time. What's going on? And that sat me down this path to figure out what I had messed up and it was a long road. Fix It in a longer longer to figure it out..
"towfighi" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
"Suffer from any chronic illness if you've had cancer or heart disease or autoimmune disease or digestive issues or any basically anything that isn't sorted through your regular doctor or you have to take a bunch of pills to fix it this is a show that's going to matter to you because we have is our guest an extreme physician one of my a close friends and physicians here at the Ultra WanNa Center Dr Elizabeth Boheme so Elizabeth has quite a story I I met her when she came to work in Kenya ranch out of residency when she just recovered from breast cancer and we're going to get into that story minute but just the background and Liz Liz is the person who should be a model for what a doctor is not only she empathetic as she smarts heck but she's also been trained as an exercise physiologists any registered Dietitian and a physician so she's got it all covered and she went to Cornell and Columbia is well trained and has been working with me for Gosh twenty years now so I think we have at the ultra wanted center probably close to sixty plus years of experience in functional medicine with our physicians here which really doesn't exist anywhere else in the world and she has been working here treating our most difficult nations getting extraordinary results she sees the power of nutrition every day in her practice transform our patients and she's just out there in the world teaching and a huge leader in the space of functional medicine on the Faculty of the Institute for Folks Medicine She's written for Textbooks Textbook Family Medicine the obesity chapter she's been featured on the uh show Huffington post chocolate magazine experienced life she's creating extraordinary dvd out of her own experiences called breast wellness tools. event and he'll from breast cancer which explores a functional medicine approach to keeping your breasts and your whole body well which by the way are connected so welcome Liz thank you so much it's so great to be here with all of your listeners and really it's been amazing working with you for twenty years so let's start right in you were a young trainy physician you were thirty years old yes and who thinks a third year old is GonNa get breast cancer but that's what happens so tell us what happened yeah so I was thought I was really healthy as you mentioned I was you know studying exercise physiology nutrition and I was in medical school I was in my residency but I was definitely practicing what I preach to you know I was I was trying to take as good care for myself as I thought I could and I didn't have any family history of breast cancer so when they told me twenty years ago that at the age of thirty was this triple negative aggressive breast cancer undefined you will love her I had a lump I had a lump I was actually I was actually doing breast exams because I was trying to figure out how to do on on women and my patients so I was practicing on myself not thinking I was going to find breast cancer but just like oh I've got to figure out how to teach women had to do breast self exams and so I would say the month before it wasn't there I mean from my ability to feel it and then following month it was and my husband was like you really need to get that checked out like really you think so he's like Oh yeah yeah yeah and he's not a doctor you're not no usually carrying husband he's just sort of sorta wakes me up sometimes and so I was really lucky because I had I worked with a breast surgeon I wanted my rotations I had my my friends who are my attending so they just sort of brought me through the system really quickly which is which is good because I had a pretty aggressive form of breast cancer so the timing was really made a big difference for me in terms of how well I did so I went through a bunch of Treatment Chemotherapy and radiation and everything but as a as a celebration my last round of chemotherapy my mom brought me ranch in Lenox Massachusetts and she brought me a mother daughter weekend and had no hair I just remember remember your mind really really short I was swimming in that amazing pool there and my mom went to a lecture on osteoporosis because she needs to work bone density and met Doctor Cindy Guyer who been she had an appointment with our and being an amazing mom like she is she said to her you know my daughter I would really like to come and do a rotation without asking you how she just knew that I just loved it there so when I got home and droid finished some more treatment I got I ended up hooking up with in doing rotation here and that's when I first met you and my hair was just coming in it was sort of like a little bit l. e. insured right when it's starting to come in and and that just blew my mind and a few years later I was lucky enough to to get a job Alan Canyon ranch where you know working with with you and toddler penis and Kathy swift and and Cindy Guyer and just was phenomenon that's when I went to the first ifm course AF MCP and totally blew me away because as anybody who's kind of medicine and clinical practice thank you yeah that first week long course in in functional medicine and and anybody who's kind of gone through this whole cancer thing or just got no disease or gotten a diagnosis that sort of throws you back you're like why would this happen to me I really wanted to ask that question why because I didn't I didn't want it to happen again and I wanted to recover from it and I wanted to help my patients get better and not you know in a figure this whole thing out and functional medicine really helped me put all those pieces together you know my my nutrition background with my medical school training and figure out just just why things may have gone wrong in my body walk got out of balance I was eating right and exercising but what was wrong with with what I was doing because functional medicine really looks at Okay let's personalize this to the individual you know you may have breast cancer but the reason why you got breast cancer may be very different from why somebody else breast cancer breast cancers in the same right not at all and even if you take triple negative breast cancers right there be multiple different reasons why different people get that disease and you know what was going on in my body and so just learning functional medicine helped me figure out okay you know maybe I was eating well and exercising not for some people that's a really important area that we focus on in terms of prevention of cancer but for me we needed to I needed to focus on you know managing my stress better right or helping my body detoxify we can talk about that more later in terms of like very nations in terms of your genetics and I'm not that great of a Metabol- detoxifier I had to manage some heavy metals of my body and your hormones have to be metabolize absolutely plays a big role in cancer absolutely right and I have a variation one of my jeans that impacts how I do that too so so we needed to focus on that in my digestives system was a mess way too many antibiotics as a kid for chronic urinary track and we know that women who get any box a higher risk of breast cancer they do they absolutely do and we also just to draw the connection we know that your gut bacteria play a big role in hormone metabolism and what's get absorbed the how the hormones get broken down and yet guts mess at whole system gets messed up absolutely absolutely and and even our our our bugs in our gut impact how we're able to take certain foods so those fighter nutrients those amazing components of our our plant foods and tournaments even more healthy opponents that help us with metabolism and detoxification and so so it has a huge impact on our risk they've even done some studies looking at the microbiome breast tissue so when they compare rests cancer microbiome two women who've had you know abreast Shen and they've looked at their microbiome the bugs and their breast tissue it's very different so so even the even the of course the gut the gut bugs make a difference but it's you know we're going to learn more about the bugs in all parts of our body fluence their microbiome in your breast tissue yeah influence doing things so yeah and I was on just crazy amounts of antibiotics as a kid which really unfortunately impacted so many aspects of my my health so so when I went to the training in functional medicine it was like this big Aha right that every says in it really just was like okay I can I can use this way of gang this different way of thinking to help myself and to help my patients to to really add things to their care it's so it's powerful and breast cancers calm one and eight women in the United States will develop invasive breast cancer over their lifetime and there's two thousand Nineteen Samedi two hundred sixteen thousand six hundred new cases of invasive breast cancer and on about sixty two thousand cases of non-invasive breast cancer and you know you mentioned Komo had radiation which is important you need to deal with the issue or surgery whatever you need yeah but then the doctors go well we're going to active surveillance and that means they're going to follow the mammograms or Moore is or whatever it's just kind of watchful waiting as opposed to doing it anything it's really inactive surveillance doesn't say why did this happen Yup and we changed the conditions in the human body that may prevent it from recurring yeah and it's just like this blank space that happens after you had cancer I remember one came to see me she had three different cancers and nobody said well gee maybe there's something going on this one's bite it's making a good home for cancer how do we change that and make it inhospitable for cancer Sir and we found all sorts of stuff to deal with that she had never addressed and that the doctors never thought about and that's the beauty of medicine and that's when you said for yourself you figured out your gut was yes you're you're in detoxifying genetics off so how did you fix that yeah how do you create a terrain in your body right that's soil where cancers less likely to grow and so when when I'm working with somebody who's had cancer or any disease but let's look at breast cancer for here you know when you take that function medicine approach you want to look at look good all aspects of their health to personalise their treatment plan for them so what can they do to create this healthier terrain where the cancer's not gonna come back or where they can even attack the cancer they're dealing with now better so of course always start with those lifestyle factors right you wanNA make sure that they're getting good rest and sleep and and eating the right foods you know avoiding all that extra sugar and and refined carbs and getting a lot of fiber in their diet and sugar in refined doctors we're on colleges tell their patients that have ice cream milkshakes you know don't lose way right I mean it's feeding the cancer absolutely right and and get it making sure they're doing some movement exercise managing their stress we pay attention to the the the mind the emotional the spiritual aspect that impacts how the body is working how the body is is able to heal and then we look for all chronic disease so that's just like six go deeper so you go deeper and then you go and look at you look at how all the different systems in the body are interrelated and influencing that terrain right so like we were talking about with breath blood sugar and insulin we make sure that those that somebody doesn't have any signs of insulin resistance or that pre prediabetes that we know increases his risk of cancer obesity and cancer link diabetes absolutely people don't understand that yeah and and even and even before somebody gets diabetes right that whole period of time where there where where we were too many doctors are missing the Metabolic Syndrome prediabetes time where rate of answer is much much higher so even blood sugars normal but the insulin is high the bodies resistant to their insulin there the bodies making more insulin than it needs ooh that can per your belly fat grove but it also makes cancer grow yes and it's not just breast cancer prostate cancer and colon cancer and lungs cancer you know cancer all respond to higher levels of insulin and so the half of the people in this country have prediabetes and I don't know it and I would bet it's more because we have about seventy five percent of the population overweight yup I mean it's probably three quarters of the population yet has some version of insulin resistance abuse and even if somebody's not really overweight if they're over fat right if they're that Towfighi right but then on the fat on the inside if you're if you're over fat or much weight around the belly there you're also at high risk for insulin resistance is killer it is a killer so we always focus on insulin and insulin resistance you we pay attention to the GUT microbiome was we were talking about and we also looked to see is there anything causing inflammation in the body because we know that cancer likes to grow in the face of inflammation studies show that when CRP that marker for inflammation one of the biomarkers for inflammation higher than cancer is more likely to grow yeah and so whatever we can do to make sure that there's no other reasons inflammation going on in the body that I think really important to focus on so we test for signs of inflammation and we looked to lower inflammation we also focus on what can we do to strengthen your immune system right how do we strengthen those natural killer cells which we know that can go and find abnormal cells and get rid of them you know how do we how do we do that with with a certain transcend absolutely mushrooms and then we then we focus a lot on toxic vitamin D plays a huge role right in and very low vitamin D rates. Yup Right 'cause they're living in this country and they don't they're not getting enough sunshine Africa Yup and and and then of course toxins right we know toxins have a huge impact on risk of cancer because they can lower the immune system function and they can impact hormone levels in the body and they can impact the you know the the liver and the.
"towfighi" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And the beginning of a second term. Plus, of course, all of a second term. So that's the number, by the way, that comes up in your conversations as of today by figuring it's between now and the end of his second term, it will be roughly one thousand six hundred and seventy six days. That's, that's how many days of the of the from now until the end of the second term, we'll be by the way, the, the word of the day for Democrats when it comes to talking about the president that word of the day, you'll hear this to sound bytes for you. Word of the day is reckless. We need to make sure that they are guardrails that are erected, so that we do not inadvertently fun. The reckless deportation machine. That was a key Jeffries democrat from New York, then Katherine Clark democrat from Massachusetts. And you know what, you know what Trump is he's reckless to hear the president of the United States kickoff, a political rally by saying he is going to now embark on nasty Portes is continuing the reckless dangerous in-coming policies that we have seen from this administration or so there you go. Just be aware of that. The sound bites from Democrats should all contain the word reckless, or they're not following the script given to them by the DNC. Your where David is in crowns Ville? He's next up on the Bruce Elliott show. Talkradio six eighty WCBS. Good morning. Enjoy your show. Thank you. I look at. A little bit differently than you and your calls. Consider. If we give reparations to every African American person in this country, let's say one hundred thousand tax free. And they'll become wealthy people and families will become extremely wealthy. Qualify for many social benefits like Medicaid welfare benefits, minority scholarships helping. And we can wipe the slate clean. Affirmative action. And I think the, the country taxpayers could actually end up saving money, and it would also help you and it was a joke on the movie barbershop. And I'm not going to repeat it here, but it would help the economy. To see all these people get this money, and we could wipe the slate clean. Okay. No. That's fine. Where's the money come from? Yeah. That's the problem. The money comes from, I mean, they can't simply print up new money and say a hundred thousand dollars for each person. It has to come from somebody, so that means we're going to seize the property of individuals who had nothing to do with slavery. And because the ancestors of those people who were potentially subject to slavery, some quote deserve reparations. That's that's generational guilt. We're putting on somebody who has has nothing to do with slavery whatsoever, or they can freeze their family back to northern troops who fought for slavery and their direct descendants of militia and their Quakers. And they've never had anything to do with slavery. And again, we're gonna say, we're gonna take your wealth from you and give it to somebody else because we liked them better. When you actually get down into the nuts and bolts, it sounds. Well, that's fine. We'll make them all rich. How from from his pocket. You take that money. And what are we doing to their wealth? But I think if we get that money and then. Qualify from so many benefits that they receive. Whether you have to do away with the benefits I and use the savings, and that's not to be saleable. But that, but again, you she'll have the same problem when you say, if they get that money, that's great. But then, from whom does that money come, and that's the part of the conversation that Democrats wanted loss over, they don't wanna talk about. Well, here's what we're gonna do. We're going to take money away from Dave and crowns Ville. And, you know, from from Bob, in Baltimore, and from all these other people, and then Bob and Baltimore's women, I have nothing to do with slavery. Why are you taking my money away? And that's a fair question. Bring that point. I appreciate it. Thank you for your call, Dave for ones you six eighty Towfighi distance one eight hundred six eighty on the peace cross pastor STAN emails in so according to Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Believe what somebody else believes, of course, I'm on the outside looking in chooses, not to believe in Christianity. They have of course excluded themselves from it. So when someone says we must believe whatever they say or nothing at all along comes exclusion, I have a shock for such narrow thinkers truth by definition is exclusive. And that is a fair observation and Bill says the two Skoda's defenders apparently believed that being neutral about religion means no religion, what they fail to see is that they're anti religious stance is also a religion, the religion of non theism, the belief that theism does not or should not exist. Absolutely. But it goes beyond. This simply not just non fearsome in is the endorsement of a different God, a different absolute ruler. And that. Absolute ruler is the government replacement of one God with another gun. And there you have it for GIO, WCBS six eighty toll free long distance. It's one eight hundred WCBS six eighty Jim is in his car. Jim good morning. Thanks for hanging on. I'm well, thanks. Hey, question. The question I have is, I guess, the reparations when would it end, you know, every new child board at the age of eighteen then receive their reparation money. It's rational because after all, they, they have just as a legitimate claim as a current five year old. That would just be never ending. The never ending song. I mean it goes on forever. And actually, again, they don't really think this is going to ever happen. Every four years. This is something that's brought to the forefront just for, you know, for the vote. Yup. Exactly. Thanks for your call. Jim four one zero WCBS Nino's stumping on a couple of minutes. We'll check to see what he has to say. Liam Owings mills. He's next up on talk radio six eighty WCBS. Good morning. Lee. Yeah. Blacks and all that because they were pleased. What are you going to get the six hundred people to die fight for them to get that freedom? Are you going to give them reparation for losing their lives and their family? Whoa. Was supposed by by logic. Their descendants. Still benefited. I'm trying to apply the logic with me user, their, their descendants still benefited from white privilege, somehow. And so that is the reason that you would have the take money from them, and give it to other people. I mean, if we're going to believe this horse crab of, of you have white privilege in your white privilege allows you to do things, which I think, is just absolute nonsense, insure, you have to just extend it all the way reductio ad absurd him. And that's what you're looking at. I'm eight years old still work at I'll feel like I'm a modern day slave pretty. Get free free food. He'll stay up. Smell that free health care, you know. Me I should be getting something because it might taxes or pay for. Anyway. I got work to drop hit north survive, and they get dish out, more money to take an help pay for something. These people that are still living to go taking. Well, you've you've actually your ticket exactly what the idea is. You're, you're right, in your Nelson's, by the way, there's one place where your logic may not be fully developed, you say you have to continue to work in order to live until you die. But if you simply kick right now, you can stop working, right? Thanks for your call. Really? Then listen, if you are your age seventy eight you say that ten percents should do for another fifteen twenty years, pretty easy. I got to stay here for Trump. Because I love the guy shoot Hillary Clinton. By voting, the le-. Let's hope that it doesn't come to that. But appreciate your enthusiasm for the president. Right. Call for one zero WCBS six eighty toll feeling distance is one eight hundred six eighty two Baltimore and Fred. Fred. Good morning. Well. African Americans don't deserve a penny. Are they getting no reparations have to play? And oh the. Give out giveaway that the United States. Government is giving them away. Sixty seventy years. I think. Lyndon johnson. President. And another terrible. President, what ABRAHAM LINCOLN. I think he should ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Should it took to slave? After. Civil war and ship them back to Africa. And the reason why say that because. Hundred and some years later, this is chaos. That these African African Americans have presented his country. What is your heritage, right? Right. Every day. Every day. Reparations. It's always the same old thing, white privilege. You know it's the same old crap every day. You know and. I would prefer to remove the black people from America. Listen. We miss you. We miss you don't do that. I'm not going to. Oh, okay. Yeah. If you're there, don't forget, that you can still listen to us at wcbMcom online. Thanks for your call. Appreciate it, buddy. Something. Jokes. Joanie are internet. Guru joins us. Good morning, sir morning. Bruce back, you great rolling on the peace.
"towfighi" Discussed on 1A
"And with these tickets is like, how am I supposed to pay for this? That was Chicago residents. Sandra Patel, Elliott WBZ has scrutinize, the city's more general towing practices for several years. How have you seen things change over the years? We're seeing a lot more attention to my colleague, Melissa Sanchez at propublica Illinois in Iowa, we, we chained up sort of figure out what was going on. She did this breakthrough article on bankruptcy and license suspensions that were happening Chicago became, like, the, the chapter thirteen capital in the United States. And we were just also suspending license licenses at a crazy rate. And a lot of that came from Rahm Emanuel when he came into office. He doubled the fines and fees. It's a sort of recoup. Rates city coffers after the recession, and when that happened it sort of was assuming that a lot of things were working properly. But it was when you increase those fines and fees it a lot of things could go wrong, and so, Sandra. She got hit with something called the city sticker ticket in, in Chicago. We have a road tax. And we put put a sticker on the windshield when you paid a row tax, and it costs about ninety something dollars and we have to get these every year. But the ticket for is about two hundred dollars. And if you don't pay it on time, doubles, all the tickets in Chicago double if you don't pay it on time. So a lot of people are getting hit with these city sticker tickets that were two hundred dollars at double to four hundred and then the they will add a collections costs on top of that. If you're late, so it'll be about four hundred eighty eight dollars. So you can imagine Sandra, actually got several of these societas already thousands of dollars in debt when she got impounded at a one hundred and fifty dollar Towfighi. It's twenty dollars per day storage fee and then after day, number five it goes up to thirty five.
"towfighi" Discussed on Ace and TJ
"Sober. J either way. We had an structure, how to handle it. I just knew there was no healthy environment where you were handling a gun. Oh, totally. Hell under fifteen. He was just having great while he was showing with these kids are better off. Okay. That's what in the world could have me interested enough in a story about Spanish squash, not the food. But the games squad. Devoted what my. Somebody is hot. Your long on the right path. They're details next. Want to save up to seventy five percent on domestic or international airline tickets. Then call low cost airlines for prices. So low, we can't publish them. Call eight hundred two eight seven forty seven sixteen eight hundred two eight seven forty seven sixteen. Coming up on the ace and JJ show. One of our favorite things in the world, is it only takes one snowflake to cave in the roof. It's very deep profound, and we're gonna find out what your snowflakes were, what was your snowflake the caved in your roof. We're going to ask you to put your warm thinking capsule. You people. I don't really even know what squash is. I mean, I know the, the garden variety of squash, and I know how to prepare it. But the game squash is that kind of like racquet ball, a I I don't really know. I just know it's played in a little room like racquet. Yeah. Yeah. Squash from okay? I don't call it a squash room, I think as opposed to the with the smash room mushroom Smith. Mushroom and squash room where lady in leather comes in and does things. Squashing. I don't know. But they had their lady squash championship in Spain. In these ungrateful women who won the tournament the championship are complaining because they don't like the prizes that they want. For example, the woman who won the Chaim ship, she got first place. She received a trophy and. A lady toy. That's the first place winner received a lady toy and Towfighi and she's complaining. Yeah. And then the second third and fourth place finishers got. Foot file thing. You know, one of those show, Dr shoal electric. Okay. But files your heels and stuff and some hair removal things. And they're complaining saying that's sexist. Well, let's be fair to the people that put it on in order to have great prizes like that are great prizes for such an event, you've got to be bringing in some money and nobody's going to watch squash tournament. Nobody goes to watch that unless you're like in China where they tell you everybody's going to the squash tournament today. Choice. Yeah. Wow. So, yeah, the electronic foot file in the in the hair removal wack. He gave her a lady with. And that will that was I pry. She was presented that in front of. Yes. No way the people and then here's what I don't understand. She says, quote, we were very surprised very shocked. We think it's very sexist in quote what? Oh the stick in the mud. That's really shocking that very surprise. No hold in the trophy. Yeah. They're not they're not holding up the trophy and they look so disgusted having to stand there and take that big was it? Sponsored by the that made that lady toy, I don't know. Even if it were. Why would you have them sponsor? Country you take whatever you can get. I always think about at no point anyone male or female, no one stopped and said, hey, this is a little inappropriate, nobody thought of that. They all said ou yet idea. Yeah, that's gonna love. Why women love these things give them what they want you? I mean, let's spoil them that class brother time. What?
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"Employer. The opinions of the host on Katie WN are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of this station, its management, or Beasley Media Group. It's time for the USC Trojan football report presented by the south point hotel and casino. Let's join co tarbey hide and Chuck as as they provide live announces of SC football the Pac twelve conference and the latest college football action of the day. Everyone yet up in time to buckle up at a time to ride along here with us with our Trojan football report brought to us all about by the south point hotel casino in Las Vegas about as I say every Saturday night football never goes away. And of course, this past weekend or this weekend. The NFL draft has just been completed. We'll talk about the Trojans and other schools, and what the NFL draft means not only to the teams as far as the players that are selected, but to the universities where these players come from Chuck as joins me again. You can follow me at coach Rb hide at coach. I'd end you'll always get all the updates on. All the shows. I'm doing podcasts websites all the different activities that are happening in my huddle, Chuck as good evening to you. And let's get started coach is going to be when this Saturday. They and of course, talking football so much of cross pollination this weekend in regards to college football in the NFL, and really it opens the door and the window to a lot of information. You know, you can be a casual fan and find out a lot about college football different programs different styles of player that ends your hard core. And you can really judge based upon what has happened in the past recruiting with coaches and what their insights are. And I know when you watch you watch it as a person with a lot of pride who has sat with players who got drafted who talked to personnel scouts fought off his people and head coach is on the phone, and they're asking your opinion in regards to what you think. So from your standpoint, how do you feel after watching three days of this? We'll check it's exciting for the people that get drafted. You see them with their excitement of hugging. Their moms and dads and the girlfriends and their children now and are dreams come true. Remember, it's a process of elimination from when you play high school football to go to division one hundred division three wherever you go. And and it's a dream to play on Sunday. If you do have that athletic ability, but you always be my kids. Hey in the long run, you gotta have that degree because that's a game you'll be playing all your life. And you learn through football how to compete in the real game to game of wife, but for those now that do make the NFL especially in the high draft range, they're instantly become a very wealthy individual and how they maintained money and how they take care of that money so to them as far as future for the family and their children and everything. So I think it's really important that they understand that how much they can afford this. And the one thing to players forget is they have to pay taxes and the taxes really do take a big part of their bonuses. And all the different things that go along with it. But it's a dream come true. And it happened to a lot of players this weekend. And then there's some very disappointed players players that thought or they've been a five star player their entire life. They've gone been living at dream. I think that's the best way of saying that committee on national television going to university of big time university playing at a big time university and then being somewhat eliminated by not being drafted or becoming a free agent. And then maybe not. Making it NFL football team. So it's a Downer in that household as far as not only for the player, but for the university for the coach is very disappointed and also family members. So today sitting right now, you've got free agent scurrying around trying to get signed NFL teams. They're trying to fill numbers as far as on the roster to bring the camp in certain areas that they think player could be a player and might be able to play special teams at might be able to play, but there's so many great athletes out there. So it's one of those days Chuck, and if you're someone like to dabble Sweeney or. For somebody in that range of where all the draft choices. He had you're excited for the players. Your example excited for the family you excited for your football program. You're excited everywhere, especially in be cruising too. But it's a it's a big affect on your entire university settings having a lot of a big affect on a lot of different angles. This is the hundredth anniversary of the NFL. So they did a lot of deep diving in regards to the original NFL cities. They brought the draft outside into Nashville. It seemed like it was a huge party or some big country music concerts that went on after the first round after the second round and coach next year. The NFL draft will take place in the city that we know in love April twenty third twenty four twenty six on the iconic loss Vegas strip. So for someone who is the head football coach in the city of Las Vegas. You're watching in twenty twenty the whole world is gonna come to Las Vegas for the National Football League. Chuck, I'll tell you can't go to a better place. No one does things better than Las Vegas in any area. It's the entertainment capital of the world. If you go to a GoldenEye game, you see that just in pre-game show, you can get up and leave at the pre-game show you've seen entertainment there and self as far as the show worth a ticket. But I think Nashville really did set a tone. I think Nashville turned out Nashville fill the streets a lot of music a lot of things happening to Nashville. So, of course, Las Vegas will want to outdo Nashville. Of course. And and they've already started planning. I'm sure on what exactly their plans are where the draft is going to be held. All those details yet, they're probably out there with some confined them find that out. And it's going to be exciting. It's gonna be exciting through the NFL draft. But down the road. Chuck we've talked about it before the raiders are going to be in Las Vegas. Plus eventually Super Bowl is going to be in Las Vegas and again the Super Bowl. We'll be absolutely crazy in Las Vegas. We feel that in the future. The Pro Bowl should be in Las Vegas every year. Second bowl game college football game should be in Las Vegas. Like they have in Jerry Jones stadium at all ten at the beginning of the year. What should we absolutely fantastic? And I think that's going to happen. The Las Vegas bowl is already become a bigger game. As far as a pack twelve team against the big ten team or south Eastern Conference Dame starting shortly. So there's a lot of things happening in Las Vegas in the NFL and college football. And like we say when we start this show Trojan football report every week football never goes away. If you don't work on it all year round. You don't even have a chance, and you gotta know what you're doing. And you gotta know it from every areas of of your program of the college level high school level NFL level. And then if you're lucky and you get the right players with the right coaching staff and the gift together that meshes together you got a football team. They got gotta Canada winning. But there's no guarantees. That's what makes the game so excited to mention one thing because this is USA related as we're talking college football, Mr. relevant the last pick of the draft was by the Zona cardinals. And they took Caleb Wilson a former USC walk on from out of Los Angeles. Of course is dad used to be the defensive line coach Chris Wilson, he's now in Philadelphia, but caled Wilson came out of Sarah high in Gardephe, and he was to laugh. Asked by the Arizona Cardinals. Then this pick is always called Mr. irrelevant. And Mr. Arale was created by Paul Salata who played at USC was drafted in nineteen fifty one hundred eighteen pick by the San Francisco forty Niners, Paul Salahuddin. Now ninety two years of age is daughter came in represented in Nashville and made that pick and when they made the pick. I said, oh man they made out because Caleb Wilson could take a limo from southern California down in Newport Beach instead and then having a fly in from some point. So we all tied together here, Paul salon. I I worked with him in nineteen eighty four with the freedom bowl at Anaheim. He was on the executive committee that created that bowl game. A great Trojan a graded Basser football. And one of those people that if you met him he was the best buddy. And a great football Basseterre. Chuck I have to that's a crazy. Bharti, and it's a great party in Newport Beach, and it's like it's like awarding a huge Towfighi to someone who set there for the last final seconds and wondered or even didn't they are probably had a negative thought that it didn't get drafted get drafted and be treated probably as good or better this weekend. Then a first round draft choice. If you think about it for a moment. So we've got a lot of talk about tonight show. Again, we want to welcome. You all to our coaching football report every Saturday night from nine to ten pm sponsored by the south point hotel casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. But before we take this break, we'll always wanted to pass on this message to all of you that are on the highway or planning on being on the highway especially interstate fifteen in the very near future because you don't have to get off to get gas. If.
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"In focus. So we're all different people, you might view this weather differently. But if you don't like it, then something's wrong, and you should get psychological. That's just. Might have today. I just saw son and thirty five this is the time it just Seattle. So beautiful right now. So we're going to get to summer jobs of the rich and famous someone was a lion tamer as rich enough before the rich and famous on the text line nine eight nine seven three want to know, candy, texting what summer job did you have? And was it worth it? Because some people say, oh, my parents, maybe do this summer job. I had to do this job. And they were just doing it to go through the motions other people, obviously earning money to go to college or before they went to school. So what was your summer job? And was it worth it? Yeah. Let's look at that you Texas at nine eight nine seven three and Online Trading Academy text line. Shelby. Miller from Cairo seventeen looked at this problem of of homeless people. They assume digging tunnels underneath Pacific avenue in the overpass, and I five and the state patrol says we can't do anything. Other people are saying we can't do anything giant chunks of up rooted brick and channels of dugout dirt sit right under the state's busiest roadway thousand cars. Drive over the I five Pacific avenue overpass daily wash dot knows. It's happening. They say it doesn't affect the structural integrity of the bridge. They call these dugout areas. Gopher holes and say the bricks are there for erosion control wash dot says they need law enforcement's help I called Olympia police and was directed to Washington state patrol. They say wash dot owns the property, and it's their responsibility to add signs telling people they can't live there before troopers can start kicking people out. That'll do it. That'll be the signs that little get it done. I mean, that's actually legally, correct? Yeah. They actually do need to post the science because you can't for example, if you have property that is not a public property, and you have a car towed. For example, if you did not post a sign saying warning, someone that your car will be towed you're actually liable for that Towfighi. So I mean, I get what he's saying. It doesn't seem like it should be horribly expensive for them to post designs because the signs signs aren't gonna stop anyone. Right. The signs are just going to allow the. Police to do their job right there. Just get it enable it can I just this is sort of off point. But I was talking to friend of mine is a first responder and five, and he seemed these come gopher holes. Coveralls he says, look, my brother has a construction company wants these people like this is a lot of work and it can be dangerous. They're saying this one isn't. But I've talked to washed up people before who said, you know, we put a little bit of thought into what goes below the freeways, we're kind of excited when the freeway has a solid base over which cars, contrive it. It does get dangerous last year. We had to do some closures on I five to clean up these holes in to reinforce them again. And it's one thing for somebody tell you know. No, it's totally fine. But you when you see the amount of dirt that has been taken out from that area. If it made me panic a little bit like, oh, I've been driving over that every day. Cool. Yeah. So there's that then there's this thing and the Duwamish Thursday night, I don't know how I missed this. Because I drove that way Thursday night a major fire from one of the homeless encampments along SR five nine south Seattle. No one was injured. But this is a serious of problems. We've seen some of these come up next to areas where there are in fact gaslines Jason ranch our industry in that in t h that he got a memo saying, yeah. Some of these fires are going next to you know, gaslines at cetera. There was a fire that occurred that a homeless camp in an estuary one on.
"towfighi" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"This year Australia's most prestigious literary prize went to a man who could not physically be there to accept the award Belarus. Chani is Iranian Kurd barred from entering Australia like more than a thousand other asylum seekers he was turned away at the border, and he's being held on Manus Island in Papua New Guinea, that's where he wrote his prize winning book in a series of text messages, it's called no friend, but the mountains Bhutani is imprisonment makes him very difficult to reach. But after he won the award. I called professor Omid to figure of the university of Sydney, he translated the book into English, and I asked him to describe the purgatory where the author is being held. Two thousand thirteen leaves trying government decided that the policy in place that exalts people who come through strategy without documents by both. So he was taken to Christmas Island, which is part of a strong and was imprisoned there and the tension center and then after about a month he was exiled from menace by force. And he's been there ever seen the tension here, indefinite so they could be released tomorrow, they could never be released, and you wouldn't know. And I think that is part of the systematic torture. The bedrooms really tries to come by the book doesn't read like a typical memoir. It's not a one two three four five narrative. How would you describe it? I think of it more as an anti genre because he blames testimony with he's own kind of restrictions on his life. And he's experiences. He makes those we've folklore with me with epic with political commentary. We've history. Psychoanalysis and also philosophical reflections. So it's it's it's hard to classify. And I think that's what's important about it that the the way it was written. He's experience and also the mode of production and the style all of them speak to each other in terms of the fragmented, and it's rough the nature of the whole experience. Could you read us a paragraph or so just to give us a sense? Absolutely. In fact, chosen a a paragraph spit. I think really reflects the system that Australia's created to not only control and subjugate the people in that detention center. But also the people on the island. So with that context, I'll begin primitivism barbarism cannibalism engagement of the local community with the refugees is conducted through fee steam prison refugees fuel that they are in a nightmare. Feelings about the locals are transformed into a nightmare. A nightmare turned into a reality. A nightmare within the prison a nightmare with the sound of locals a nightmare drumming with this. The car. Rocky produces Tara inhibitions of terror. Foundations of two groups living in terror. You visited him recently? I know he used to be in a defacto prison, and he has a bit more freedom. Now, can you tell us what the conditions are like now he's in one of three smaller detention centers. So it's still basically a caged area. This is still controlled they still don't have any idea. What's going to happen? The detention is still indefinite. However, who's also talks quite at length about how the systems of control and punishment and subjugation. Humiliation have transformed in in different ways. Now, so the same kind of persecution. Now facing in the original prison may not exist. There's just a new form of control. So now, I have to ask you about this great honor and great contradiction of receiving this preeminent Australian literary prize from the country that is keeping the author of this book imprisoned. This is a really. The important point the so much of his book, he's experience. So I'm not sure about the Australian policy, politics and Estrada is surreal has this really absurd. Quality about it. And he's kind of like unfathomable nature to it. But it's it's also a horrific. So he's receiving this award is basically an extension of that. It's part of the surreal nature of the whole experience, which is reflected in the book and also the horrific nature of it. So he's been accepted by the literary community. He's won this award based on the quality of the book collieries riding, and he's ideas, but surely won't allow him to enter the borders, Dr Towfighi and thank you so much for talking with us. Thank you for having me. Here's the translator of the who's boo Chinese book, no friend, but in the mountains, which one Austrailia is Victorian prize for literature..
"towfighi" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"More nutritional more sustenance. So your body will crave protein macronutrients more than that or micronutrient. So when I used to lift weights or like, you guys even if you guys Villier micronutrient requirements, you guys are gonna want way more protein than the average person just from that your body. Your muscles are literally telling you I need protein. I want to eat protein. That's not the same case with most people, but fasting is a whole like that's a big topic in itself with the Towfighi and the main benefits of Towfighi is people claim that and it's not a claim. This is what it does your body, essentially recycles. It sells and heals itself in Towfighi. But my argument behind a nutrient dense diet is that. At the processes that regulate. How sales are made gene expression and cell differentiation are directly correlated to the cell health in your body. So vitamin a and vitamin d three in particular are the precursors, gene expression. Gene expression turns on and off certain genes. This literally tells your body what sells it needs to make whether it's a stem cell or red blood cell or white blood cell. I don't want to know. I'm not a biochemist physiologist, I don't wanna go into this too much, but one anecdote I like to make is when I had terrible terrible cystic acne take weeks acne to heal. And then when I had this terrible like nickel-sized blemish on my face that blemish would take. Three four five six months ago way. I did a video on my YouTube of I had a cyst it exploded. And I all this is a little girls. I'm sorry guys. So anyway, the point is I heal my skin and literally three days I went from a cyst on my face to pretty much clear skin. And the way I did. This was I fasted I consumed a large amount of retinal from liver, vitamin A. And then I went in the sun for five six hours a day. So what happened was the first day kinda got inflamed? And then it popped the second day started healing third day formed into a scab and the third day the second day turned into a scab. And then the third day. It was pretty much completely healed in the blemish was almost gone. So our body essentially is like a plant, and you know, when people are growing or growing, something they don't blame the plants genetics on it, not growing, they blame the soil. They blame the nutrient was given they say it didn't get enough water. We kind of need to look at the same thing for. Humans. Genetics are determined by environment over a period of years and years and years. That was a bit of a ramble from the question of, you know. Do calories matter. But I think I touched on it on a few different ways. I think a lot of people would be curious especially looking into you. Don't eat any vegetables or anything like that. Right. Okay. Yeah. Cool. A lot of people would wonder 'cause I I saw video where you you mentioned how fiber isn't necessarily that important. How how like how would you explain that to individuals in terms of do you get fiber from outside sources, or is is now into you all now so in in regards to fibers association with any sort of health benefits, such as reducing cholesterol was your social with reducing cholesterol, more consistent bowel movements, reducing rates abou- gander. That's not actually demonstrated in studies. But to me five or does play a role in the health of the gut microbiome and building a diverse microbiome. And that ties into you know, the thousands of and hundreds of wild plant foods that indigenous people used to consume. Yeah. So having a certain gut back to your gut bacteria is essentially specific to your while in in the case of let's say like a mother has a baby and starts nursing her child. The mother is eating certain foods in her diet that are in a way introduce. To the child through the breast milk the environment than when the child grows up the child would eat the foods that are in the mothers environment, and this is kind of what determines our microbiome?.
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"Thousand federal employees returned to work following a thirty five day partial government shutdown. The president says he thinks chances are less than fifty fifty. It will stay open past February fifteen White House chief of staff. Mick Mulvaney, told C best is face the nation. President Trump wants to find a solution. He doesn't want to shut the government balance. Make that very clear he doesn't want to declare national emergency House Democratic chair Akeem Jeffries told NBC's meet the press he's against the physical barrier. Was this a fifth century solutions for twenty-first-century problem? The president told the Wall Street Journal he thinks there's less than fifty fifty chance that congress will reach a deal. He will sign before the deadline, and it is a challenging week ahead for the Trump administration as it's. Facing issues at home and abroad. The US has taken a position opposing Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, Towfighi U UN. No, more delays. No, more games. Either. You stand with the forces of freedom or you're in league with Madero and his mayhem here at home and indictment of Roger stone has not kept him quiet on ABC's this week. Stone says he did not tip the president on Russia or WikiLeaks everything that I did regarding trying to get as much public attention to the WikiLeaks disclosures. Among voters among the media is constitutionally protected, free speech. Stone says he won't testify against the president. They're calling too cold in the upper midwest this morning historic and dangerous. And by this time tomorrow from the Dakotas to Chicago, they could see wind chills of forty below zero. The coldest weather reported in the lower forty eight states in a quarter century, we are in for some cold weather to nothing like that. We'll see Thames down into the mid and potentially low thirties tomorrow and Wednesday morning. Lavar is scheduled this week to confirm deputy city manager Eric Walsh as the city's new city manager. He takes over for the retiring Cheryl Scully, while says, he's learned plenty from his boss. The main lesson results matter, but at the end of the day, the citizens, the mayor and city council all of you expect results, and that's going to be key Scully is earning four hundred seventy five thousand dollars a year. But thanks to a charter change Walsh will not make that much. If he is confirmed Thursday as salary is capped at three hundred and twelve thousand dollars a year. A man was hit by a car early today when he was sound asleep in his bedroom. Police say a driver was going too fast. When he tried to make the turn from Elena onto laurel would just west of the blank Obasi intersection. He lost control smashed through a fence and crashed through the back wall of the house coming to rest in a bedroom. The man who was in the house was checked out, but did not need hospitalization. The driver took off leaving his car in the victims. Bedroom funeral arrangements are pending for bear county sheriff's office canine that was fatally. Alie shot Friday night, the suspect thirty eight year old Matthew Morillas led police on a chase from Karnes county in bear county which ended when Chucky the canine took Morillas down. But Morillas reportedly shot the dog twice Chucky was not wearing a protective vest at the time deputy shot and critically wounded Morillas. Well, does San Antonio have a housing shortage a study by Remax associates says yes and owner broker Bob Jacobs says three simple reasons for a lack of housing. I would what would be considered affordable levels like under two hundred thousand dollars -struction costs and labor costs. And specifically the raw land and developmental cost. The developmental costs are directly the fault of the city, which has piled tons of new fees onto home construction, which makes it far more cost efficient for builders to put up more expensive homes to recoup that cost. He says first time homebuyers are the biggest losers many can't afford the mortgage or down payment that will remain in apartments, which are going up all over the city. Black Panther is the big winner at this year screen act. Guild awards, and that's stirring up a lot of Oscar buzz. The superhero hit picked up the surprise win for best ensemble in a motion picture on the television side, Amazon's marvelous MRs Mazel cleaned up winning on Sabadell in a comedy series. The cast of this is us won for best drama series on Sabato and the AFC is celebrating a third straight win over the NFC and the Pro Bowl the winners received sixty seven thousand dollars while the losers take home thirty nine grand. Today's target market for RV's, isn't what you think and moss from Bloomberg has today's and focus report, the RV industry has changed whom it's targeting for perspective customers, according to Bob Zagami, executive director of the New England RV Dealers Association. Now, it's everything from young couples that don't wanna go to campgrounds. They wanna go boondock in which is off the grid and sit there with their solar panels in their computers working out in the middle of the mountains to retired couples to families we have a lot of young families. Now, family vacation. Inexpensive compared to some of the other places. They might go and RV industry association report show shipments were up seventeen percent from two thousand sixteen to two thousand seventeen but growth is slowing. The Gandhi says manufacturers are willing shoppers with features like solar panels and wifi now, they're coming with lithium batteries, and they're fully off the grid. 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"towfighi" Discussed on Chicks in the Office
"Outbid her, even though she promised the state, and then meanwhile, she could have had both, and it would have been seventy K, and it would have been even more money to the charity. But anyways, we did a video on that. And Katy Perry fans. I said fuck Katy Perry. Katy Perry fans were coming after us. But their argument wasn't the best argument that they could have gone with because they just kept saying Katy Perry saved Laura from spending twenty K that she probably didn't have. So now, they're just assuming that this girl. Laura doesn't have money. Right. You know what I mean? So their their argument wasn't even good. And I'm and I'm reading it. And I'm like getting frustrated, but I'm I'm gonna nor this imagine highly doubt. Laura bid twenty thousand dollars for a day with Orlando bloom, and she didn't have. Exactly. They just kept saying there were like they were like out, you know, she saved she saved this poor woman from donating twenty K. I'm like, what am I talking about? But that's besides the point. I was stressed out about that. Meanwhile, this girl who wrote the article for the cut her her days so fucked up her week is fucked up now because now her job is going to be pissed at her. Because the I don't know if she has that type of like free, you know, here we could say, I think she might be freelance too. Because I don't know if she it was an op-ed. So I'm not I'm not sure if she's like fulltime employed by the cut she doesn't have that in her in her Twitter bio. So yeah, I don't know she she deleted all of her tweets about it. The cud deleted. All there is they issued an apology that the articles gone. So, but listen when I saw so tweet I was like oh fuck who's because this is what I was saying at the in the beginning when we were first talking about this. And and I was like Sophie is at the bachelorette parties, she's doing all this. And I was like if Sophie is in on it, then I kind of believe that it's all real because she seems like a very authentic woman and who wouldn't like fake life. So I just pulls me a different directions. I don't know. I'm not saying what to think the end of my block, just confused. I'm confused. I don't know. I don't know. I'm not saying that they're faking it. But how would it be Joe Jonas? And Sophie Turner got. So triggered about this. But just to really add into the the fact that they're they're they're married, but they're actually not like Joe and Towfighi were also in on it. It and everybody feels like assholes now. But actually it's fake. Yeah. I don't know. That would be a great turn out in the end it would. But I'm just huge for bloggers. I'm so I'm so torn I'm so confused. I don't know what to believe. I just think that in in your heart. You don't wanna believe that? They're actually married in little right? I mean, that's why I was buying into the fake marriage stuff in the first place mostly just because of my love new jars and not wanting him to get married. So it's easier to think that this was all fake put. But it's you know, who knows a lot of people are defending our defending them, and many people are very mad at this goal for writing this article for the cut so yeah, I mean. It's sucks to be that girl right now. But it will go away. Yeah. Exactly. And a few days something else will happen. It will go away. The goes..
"towfighi" Discussed on KGO 810
"Star radio for Europe, promote knowledge of Poznan. They tried to claim that. Encourage. Hungary's for example. He copied example of post nine oh two. To take his from it. So I think it has reverberations beyond beyond Poland. I think that some. It's put on his health is a good example of how a local local local political issue couldn't be combined with and given. Given a huge boost by something happens externally. So you a build up of real frustrations with local corruption. Incompetence ticketing competences communists, who are in charge of the factories, which produce health on its industrial might. The secret speech, it gives us an opportunity to to channel those frustrations. And to take advantage of the attacks on selling to push for reforms, and they also take it on the intangible international trade is taking place in Poznan at the time. And so there are lots of people from all around the world. Academics businessmen who in Poznan to see the showcase of opponent industry. So that they have the local. Dicamba geopolitical, and they have the the the audience the first secretary, the boss of Poland is named Edward odd. And he sends in jets and tanks right away violence, but the disappointment Whitehall the word, I have here from you Simon is it's distressed Washington says it's profoundly shocked did they just stand back and watch this. Did they did they not see what was going on in Moscow and in London and Washington they seem naive. I mean direction in America, initially one of excitement. So when when when when dollars of stella's his his news with the uprising in Poznan, he gets this. The beginning of the end for communist, communist Poland. I think that the the challenge facing all of these western policymakers in in fifty six can you actually do? When people want us up in in Poznan, Budapest. What can you actually do that doesn't risk World War? I question, you know, very much can you can put on diplomatic pressure. You can appeal to a sense of moral outrage you can make a propaganda candidate. But what you call on a global war, his his intervene militarily. Guess exposed throughout ready hidden Poznan. And then and then we'll see later on in total and more generally and clean hungry. Yes. Let's go to Hungary because McClellan representing the Moscow presidium flies in to consult with Rocco. She the party boss of Hungary, and they oppose it seems very literary of them. They oppose a debating club called the Towfighi circle. What are they up to? I mean is this sort of communist party intrigue here backstabbing, it's as if they don't think that anything bad's going to have them to happen to them or and in suppressing a debating club. Yeah. I mean, I think that the the question hungry is essentially between reform communists who are hit with this debating society. The opposition within the communist party to the hardliners. So lots of it is about factional disputes within the communist within a communist party. And rocky and his and his on his chin. Auditor amends dots. Any concession will only lead to further concessions and will lead to them losing losing power. So this debate is is is a debate within the communist party by launching is e and then they go to Garo Erno Garo a Stalinist rather than going to Emory Nargis. So so the communists still believe that they're they can reform. The original message. They do not see the system itself as a tire is that it. Big difference between nineteen fifty six one thousand nine hundred nine nineteen eighteen on. I think is particularly for most people, but the communist party is sort of finish the project itself is is so no longer be rescued, but in nineteen fifty-six people who still believe they still have the idealism, right? They still believe that if things were done a bit differently by different people that this project this project, the socialist project can succeed. So they prepared to try to get it. One of the great wall tips in Hungary's if they'd appointed in my knowledge, the former prime minister. In the summer. Wait until the autumn. What a the situation what attend are very very differently in Hungary Papa but by replacing rocker, she with Garo who's he's almost as popular as they just. In some ways, they made the situation worse. It was a blunder. I think by the Soviets to not to not to make a more decisive change in the in the leader hungry quickly. You flag the play look back in anger by John Osborne. And also Allen Ginsberg's howl at this point in nineteen fifty-six. And you mentioned that there are words for this subculture this youth subculture the United Kingdom calls them. Teddy boys. There's also Rockin roller the rockers in the in the United States is that part of a revolt or is that the people coming of age who never were in the second war. They probably weren't even the Korean war. I I'm I'm not certain if this is part of the upset that we're going to see in Budapest did the London. Teddy boys. Connect to the Hungarian revolutionaries. Good question. I think it's probably quite hard to draw a simple connection between these groups. I think that there is a more general sense of cultural rebellion in nineteen fifty-six manifest itself in different ways. Tends to take on Toronto for Italian, Hugh or or all sorts of color. Interestingly in in in Hungary, youth rebellion movement characterized by teenagers wearing drainpipe trousers thick thick sold trainers training shoes. I'm playing jazz records jazz John's reckless abandon in Hungary, nineteen fifty-six today. There's a very clear political to the to the cultural revolt. The two the teddy boys in Britain. I think it's harder to to to see them as. Critical in such a way that I mean. Clearly offensive who wants a more personal freedoms of kind of. Over the establishment. But there's less of a clear set who sort of political motivations if you like to Egypt to the Aswan dam to the Suez canal to Nassar and the British empire again trembling at the challenge from its imperial losses and Cairo was one of those losses in nineteen fifty-six because there was an election and the new president the first time an era, Egyptian Arabic middle leader of Egypt in I think several centuries was a man named Nasir. So when we come back Nassar versus Eden and vice versa. Simon hall nineteen fifty-six revolt. I'm John bachelor. Balance of nature provides real nutrition of over. Thirty per day. Balance of nature's fruits and veggies help boost the immune system over seven hundred twenty percent. Balance of nature is one hundred percent.
"towfighi" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Comment is that? What? Have saying on how this after Bobby Ford? Her her little rendition was saying that she had she was probably her truth. Well, there is a big difference between her truth, which is perception. I'm back. Yeah. They're just so, you know, there are women on the political left, and I suppose man as well. But on the political left who say you have to hear her truth and validate her truth. Otherwise, you're taking an untenable position. And you're politicizing a horrible event. It's quite a clever thing. And so somebody can look at you. And they can be completely deluded and say you always taking them to the mothership last night, and I had sexual experimentation done on me. And that is my truth. Well, you have to affirm that you have to say all kids. That's that's that's right. So but again, not only was there. No evidence of this. There is evidence. It did not happen because she says there were five people totally there beyond her and all five of them have been talked with and all of them said nuts never happened. You would have thought it would imprudent at that moment for her to back off. But she double Donaldson. True. No. That's exactly right. And Cindy, I'll tell you this nonsense is going to continue until they're actually are of municipalities and organizations willing to charge these people with making false statements and that there's a legal consequence for that. If Blasi Ford of Rodriguez, and of sweat, Nick simply walk away from this. I tried to do the Democrats dirty work. It didn't work. Oh, well, and they simply go back to their lives. There is absolutely no downside for the next time around. They want to do this. They did with Bork. They did it with Clarence Thomas. They did it with brick Cavanaugh, and whoever the next nominee is they'll do it again in some fashion because until. That's the last three were just looking for attention. I think teen minutes. We'll look when when sweating it gives a TV interview to Kate snow over at NBC and contradicts everything she had in her sworn statement. Then you gotta think well, she's not wired real tight, you know. Thanks for your call. Appreciate for one zero WCBS six AD Towfighi long distance. It's one eight hundred six hundred and by the way, Victoria, passes along this, and yeah, I remember the story that a woman up in New York this is two years ago. December twenty sixteen eighteen year old Muslim woman claimed the three men attacked her on a Manhattan subway tried to pull off your job. She was charged with filing a false report. It never happened. But we thought we had to believe her and every single circumstance for one zero WCBS eighty the the president by the way yesterday. Pointed at what the Democrats are promising should they take control of the house? Jerrold Nadler who is a congressperson from New York will be in charge of the House Judiciary committee, and he has already said they will pursue impeachment against breath. Kavanagh the minute he takes over. The American public.
"towfighi" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"Uh you'll see if they're gradations in color you'll see bands but then is not unless the tv is doing some sort of compression that's generally the source material if you're watching espn that's compressed anything on cables compressed uh any streaming videos compress the best way to tested tv special one of these new 4 k h d r tv's is to hook it up to a blu ray uht blu ray player and play some good quality content on it and see what it looks like i've been watching on mine are just washed billy lynn's long halftime walk which is uh an interesting movie to watch on i four k tv because it was shot at one hundred twenty frames per second a high frame rate on digital camera equipment and the director angrily decided to make it he didn't have the actors wear makeup he wanna to make it feel vivid in real and i can tell you sitting there it's almost two real you feel like you're looking at the it's a little like cringe e your you're looking at the actors looking to back at years like uh are you here in the room with me this is weird it's a little towfighi down could go down one level it uh in tv would would you recommend a samsung or continue with an lg uh i guess it would be to led and uht yes so sampson doesn't make oleds they make i don't think maybe they do now the q la d is is is lcd tv don't be fooled by that i think samsung's doing people are disservice with the queue because it looks so much like oh and i think there are some people go wandering in ceo at said ola it's not it's an leed backlit lcd screw here so be very clear on that i think they do a good job with it the q is what they call quantum dots and they believe an ad scott looks in our home theater guys confirmed that they that does look better that's a better kind of lcd tv but i.
"towfighi" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"No fresh and i was talking about no no no no tom and talking about out a clyde barrow was very depressed there was due to his depression it may be a was uh but this is where uh the fbi and the designation public enemy came into uh into vogue is he really a public enemy fuses robbing one bank were as many banks um well the thing was like bonnie and clyde like the reason why there such a big pop culture figures is that when they started all this up people are like wow you these this sexy couple and you have to remember back then be via would if somebody looked at a betty boop sankoh's they you know word get a boehner so there is an area that i haven't and there is a very low threshold for sexiness um uh and there were likely this sexy couple uh the one guy looks like warren beatty for goodness sake yeah was it a young warren beatty no now he displayed him in the movie display a young warren beatty played him in a movie right uh hastening his name was warned baby warren beatty warren baby eddo isn't that victory when the dick tracy we we gave at it's like i'd like to see the movie a dick tracy stirring little face and warren baby it towfighi mumbles man that movie assault po they they've marketed all those awesome villains and then they all get killed in verse seen yeah dustin hoffman was mumbles yeah who is robert de niro mr big manner so mr big i think with name was a mr pick me uh but he went on think it was mr big you is something like a big behavior something three key no he was in a bunch of it though it but all the other guys that they didn't have big actors play they got but but that looked really cool yeah little face yeah and it didn't they all little phase me more had a big head than a little faciet as normal says phase yeah well that's what the technology allowed at the time um.