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"tung" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

The Twenty Minute VC

06:51 min | 2 months ago

"tung" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"Business this kobe in growth accelerated. So whether you're investing early mid or late you still have to pick correctly is still about picking the rising tide. Picking the best player in that. It sounds simple but it's really hard to do. When you are deep into analyzing company and trying to figure out what early signals that can indicate that this is a rising tide and the inflection point of growth is just right around the corner and the judgment called involves in the guts mccall is what makes this job extremely interesting and rewarding. Can i ask grace. How do you think about outcomes. Nori applaud him. What i mean by that is enough if will coming in a billion and you're going okay. This has a reasonable shot of being a three to five million dollar company just choosing any company. A billion reason which ought to be at three to five billion is three to five acts attractive enough on gross checks. What is an attractive enough potential exit multiple phoebe. Yeah we should take this back there. You were talking to investors leader states even legislation than we do some of the mosfilm examples for example people facebook after it become a multibillion dollar evaluation and you've asked him they thought based on an analysis at the time investment. They would do three to five acts as well ends up being overtrained dollars an outcome if they holding it for ten years so even of analysis that you do. It's hard to predict anything beyond through to five x in gross age. So you have to pick ones. That has special possibility for a lot more. We go back to taking example carlton one of the things that we learned through the ordonez. Was that the plan. You're on to enjoy peleton. Impels dish pawnshop which came afterwards is that is ninety seven dollars a month to enjoy the payment program. They have with after pay plus the subscription to the classes. And you have people sharing it. You know the better half the sharing this. We'll forty eight forty nine fifty dollars a month in that raid. Tom's twelve as the cost of a gym membership. So you have to decide you think that you know people out. There were say instead of gym membership. And i'm not going to use that often. I'm gonna use this with the best instructors normal and do come to my home and i'm so busy with my life. I don't wanna spend time going to the gym and waste time in traffic sure. I may lose our social interaction. I have with my friends at the gym but at the same time. I'm going to use a lot more and they're going to have new relationship online is digital. So if you believe that's the case and that's the only key thing you have to bet on what this become bigger now if you believe as substitute a gym membership and enlarging the pie. And the argue for those guber wouldn't drive sharing its co-ownership substitution not substitution of taxi services. Then the pipe becomes a lot bigger and sell seems low enough that giving billions. Don't want so. It's a long winded. Answer as saying that you'd have to analyze the industry well and to have a sense of easter kernel of truth. You can hang your hat on. In as a consumer investor as to distill to something in quesion that. I can believe you set by enlarging the i mean. I'm sure we both remember. When everyone was getting palo. Rich people like no one can afford pal and now they have payment plans and inside she. She usually more affordable for a huge way the population. My question to you. Is that when you look at that. Are there any takeaways or lessons when it comes to. Maybe not being flippant but also thinking more strategically about market sizing in town analysis. That's a great question. In fact we end up. Investing both telethon enough firm because of that when we are talking to power time we know of a firm and we were interested to see you who works with. You're going to have that plan. Because we know that will make them more affordable and knowing max and affirm we felt that call to make the right choice of a. We're working with and so end up investing in a firm as well. I think the only other data was mad at willing to to both of us wanna investing both companies so you betting on the trend you want to bet on multiple players some working together form ecosystem to grow together and again. That's the fun part of this show. Yeah you have a chance to analyze the senator from top down and bottom up to see how this could evolve. End up making multiple best from the signature. It makes it easier to build that conviction in terms of finding come of trees often. You need the work whether it's really digging into the financing solutions that palatable mess find a far more diligence that we do with customer research and analysis we need to have that luxury seemed anymore with the compression fundraising timelines a bit of a divisive one but fuck it with five is like an all seasons. How do you feel about a renewed landscape of tiga edition de wan durable where literally posts a day or two. You've got to fifty one hundred million tom sheet. How does one compete in this landscape. This is something. I share in public. Before i remember joining. Tv in two thousand thirteen having discussions with glenn jeff and now the to sheen in jenny at that time and one of the things i mentioned is sequoia has been amazing. They're talkback over. The last twenty years is incredible. But i i mentioned that i think back in two thousand thirteen the model to look at what ends up being something. What tiger global is building because multi-stage and public fund the. If do well the province of that can help the subsidize growth of their private equity business and they can afford to engage their party due diligence for them instead of doing everything themselves in house. Now free up in the bandwidth due diligence and be able to pass more companies at the time and they mean invest globally. They have insights from multiple geographies that help build conviction. Something's emerging what that business risk is a lot or more proven because they elsewhere ready. Yes they're going to be allowed to cuisine. That's different so you've got to know each look. Well enough people judge right. Decision has been implemented to make this model elsewhere. But you will have a lot more data points that anyone else to make those calls. And that's this job much interesting well knowing the pattern recognition business that was twenty thirteen and today obviously tiger in a spin off addition both done well then continued to grow and our un but be the first ten years was a billion the second ten years eight billion and i'm very interested in what we're gonna doing our third decade but we'll also been grow. Am to give us the opportunity to invest multi-stage globally the conviction which we think over time. We're lower our risk of portfolio in generate higher alpha in the thesis that we have conviction. So you don't have to do with all the deals and it's fine for addition in hydro ended up doing many of them but when you answer many deals that time you have spent on each or each company is allowed us so i think i'm happy to share that. I think we are becoming prefer. Partner for tiger. As a number of other firms have become we spend time helping a portfolio generating body and for some fund has many more foro. We are going to be a great one from the work with because we make sure that when we're in together in avows by before bobby unbundling venture into Investing itself board membership portfolio services. Do you think tigers embodiment of that unbundling as you said very within the consultancy services that they provide not taking board seats just investing. Do you think we are going to see the unbundling. Truly in this manner tiger hasn't decided to build up before services team.

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"tung" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

The Twenty Minute VC

01:51 min | 2 months ago

"tung" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"The likes of alibaba. Me palo tong airbnb slack. And many more incredible companies as hands. He's been named the forbes minus less nine consecutive years from two thousand and thirteen two thousand and twenty one most recently ranked number three. His photo includes eighteen uniforms including a firm. Abby embiid coin pallet on and many more incredible companies and then two thousand five. He was among the first senate commodity to move to china. Full-time before moving back to the valley in two thousand and thirteen to join. I won't say huge. Thank you to hands. Is this jeff. Anglian some amazing questions. Today i really did so appreciate that but before we move into the show stay. I just love using angel fund admin platform to manage my investments. The team in the platform with angel takes care of all. My back office needs so that i can focus on working with great. Founders leading managers have made over ten thousand investments into six thousand startups angel list online and all in one place and the recently announced ruining funds. You can easily find an invest in these talk farm managers for an angel list dot com forward slash rolling and harness the next of wealth management solution creative builders individuals founding scaling investing in businesses. Are you approaching likud. Ac- events and expertise on how to navigate stock sales receiving. Okay one partnership updates. I'm wondering whether there is a bad a task to help you. Simply need tax advice on your crypto holdings his helps tack employees and investors optimal solutions to their finances. Their algorithms helps identify the right services for your needs and recommends the right advises for you. Police have helped found founders. An early employees at companies like stripe he wipe off a firm coin. Basin plante moran with finances simply go to his wealthed dot com forward slash to sign up plus twenty minute. Abc listeners. receive one hundred dollars off that first year fees when they sign up for an advisor on.

"tung" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

02:39 min | 3 months ago

"tung" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Some believe that the need is for a vigorous strongman to arise on the scene to regulate and regiment. The affairs of men. History tells us there have been several such once. Upon a time there was a nation great and powerful and good. She was suffering from the aftermath of war from a depression and then came on the scene. A leader and idealist self-confident intolerant of criticism wisely limited his early activities to combating the financial depression. Nobody could argue with that but in a while he began to regulate business and establish new rules to govern commerce and finance some of them in diametrical disagreement with the god made laws of supply and demand. But anybody who disagreed with those new rules was promptly fired then you leaders saw under the old system of free enterprise. Landlords prospered so levied new taxes to take away their profits and destroy what he called the monopoly of capital to police laborers. He controlled prices to win the favor of the farmers. He gave them a loans and subsidies. The national debt mounted alarmingly whenever anybody tried to tell him that governments even as people can go broke on. They spend be on their incomes. He said they just didn't understand deficit. Finance what do you say that he built on rock or on sand. I say on sand for you see. This was the story of emperor. Tung po who led china to its doom more than a thousand years ago. I am satisfied with all my heart that if uncle sam ever does get whipped here too it will have been an inside job. We hear the michael berry show believed grown ass man or a woman should be able to cold beer on the drive home on friday..

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Hong Kong Protester Gets 9 Years in First Case Under New Security Law

Mornings on Maine Street

00:18 sec | 4 months ago

Hong Kong Protester Gets 9 Years in First Case Under New Security Law

"The first sentences handed down under a new security law imposed by the Chinese government in Hong Kong, pro democracy protester Tung Yuen Kit has been jailed for nine years for terrorist offenses and inciting secession. The 24 year old was accused of driving his motorbike into police officers while carrying a flag featuring a protest

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China Launches First Astronauts to Its Space Station

Kottke Ride Home

02:08 min | 6 months ago

China Launches First Astronauts to Its Space Station

"Yesterday. China successfully sent three astronauts or taikonauts to their tian module which will eventually become their completed. Tian gong space station. Nia haisheng bombing and tongue hongbo whose identities were kept secret until a press conference on wednesday will spend three months aboard the module bringing it into service and preparing it for the next phase of the space station's construction. It will be the longest crude mission by the chinese space agency to date the tian gong. Space station will end up looking. Like a big cross and will include crew quarters science labs and even a hubble class telescope when completed it will be a fifth of the mass of the international space station in china is open to having foreign on board to collaborate three more. Crude flights are planned to complete construction which is scheduled to be done sometime in twenty twenty two quoting the bbc. A fighter pilot nia haisheng. Fifty six is said to be china's oldest astronaut in space. He's a veteran of two previous flights which included a fifteen day visit in two thousand thirteen to the prototype station tian gong one this has since been de orbited his crewmates leo boming fifty four and tongue hongbo forty five are also from air force background lease earlier spaceflight experience was on the shenzhou seven mission in two thousand eight. That's all him participate in china's first ever spacewalk mr. Tung is the rookie on this occasion. Having never before gone into orbit and quotes in addition to landing a rover on mars last month china became the first country to send an un- crude rover to the far side of the moon in two thousand and nineteen while the us has been prohibited from working with china's space program for a passed by congress in two thousand eleven which is part of why china has to make its own space station because with the us leading the international space station partnership china therefore can't be a part of it. Nasa has been outwardly congratulatory of china's recent achievements with administrator bill nelson sane in a statement yesterday quote congratulations to china launch of crew to their new space station. I look forward to the scientific discoveries to come and quotes

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"tung" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:37 min | 10 months ago

"tung" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Congratulations. Tung Graduations. How you doing, sir? All right. This is Luther from makeover Extreme. I was calling to say congratulations to you and that our crew will be there. Bright and early at 7 A.m. do what I guess You guys were gonna knock out your concrete. Everything first have nothing to do with any concrete or anything else. Okay? What about the origin? Tapioca pain? I don't want Do you know, we get almost a dozen letters every year about people that wanted to come by and do a makeover extreme or their home. Can't you understand them? I'm sister. Why you getting so upset with me? Because we're trying to give you your wildest dreams. Get off the phone in it. Okay? We are literally. Yes. Now you don't sound like that. But if you're gonna lie to me, I guess that would be delighted to do OK. Well, you don't sound like that's what I'm saying. People way would never. You're saying that you could afford your own pool? The donkey seats? Would that having a job? Like that in our house for anything, sir. 4000 Square Foot X box arcade is not junk. Yes. If you don't want it in your house, the 50 Cent Disco ball Autograph is junk. Yes, I don't know why you guys are so upset because some idiot called somebody give you guys a heads up on this already. I'm talking about somebody named Luther is an idiot just called us. Sir. A man calls you and give you a $2700 home makeover and you call him an idiot. I do because I don't want it. And I've been trying to tell you that so you don't you don't want to make over. I do not want to say goodbye. Okay, Well, this is what it takes one to know one and I'm very offended by that. I have made no claim.

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"tung" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"tung" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"She has a family history. That's not remarkable. She works and industry she has a when I examined her one centimeter mass in 12 o'clock position of the left breast. And well. She was very tearful and upset about having breast cancer. But most likely she's going to do great because most likely says the small cancer and most likely doesn't traveled. We're gonna prove it to her. We're gonna prove exactly what she has to her and then offer all the options but most likely with us, she could keep the breast and keep her life and live a pretty normal life with our treatment. That's we want for people to live a normal life and not cause harm whenever possible. This is the work that we do every day. Every day here at radio surgery New York and we're talking about a 69 year old woman born in Italy. Born in Rome, Italy, She's marriage has six Children. She came with her husband, and she came actually from Italy as a young girls or English is perfect. And seven years ago, she had a breast cancer. She had a mammogram for months before that, seven years ago, But she had breast cancer, and she was able to feel a lesion shadow lobular carcinoma with extensive lymph node involvement. She reported. 18 of 20 live finals were positives that make it stage three and her doctors again did a mistake to me. They didn't speak to me about trying to save the pressed. I would have, of course, most likely. Offered to save the pressed, but they're surgeons didn't even offer her that. And then she developed after chemo and standard radiation. So she had missed active me chemo and sent irritation. She had a cancer traveled to the hip. And she got aural chemotherapy, which was just continue to then she got hormonal therapy and that didn't help, either. So she had chemo and stew up metastases have spread of the cancer of the hip, said Aural came on. Then she had metastases have spread to the spine, and she had radiation that one of the big places in the neighboring state, but she hated it because the radiation was standard and ready to go in a large part of her body. And while she and her spine radiated part of her chest was ready to go, and she tell her to the Very, very poorly. That's why she's coming here. She's come here for treatment because she just didn't want standard radiation. She came for focused radiation. Attack the cancer and minimize harm to healthy tissues, and she knows that's the work we do is we're famous for us. We do every day is pinpoint treatment. She'd had radiation close to home, which doesn't want it was too toxic. She could barely stand it and she hated it. And that's why she makes the bigger effort to come here to Manhattan. 38th and Broadway and she's came in. We mapped out her treatment and she'll come back for the treatment. And she knows that our treatment is more precise and more focused and less likely to harm than standard radiation that she got at the super duper place close to her home. And I won't talk about another woman who's 71 years old. Born in Mexico, she had is a left tongue cancer. She came with a tea to end to scream is Carson with a tongue Large tumor in the tongue and shed a leisure there For three years. He was seen by surgeon She refused all surgery. That's the woman who has four Children in a lesion on the tongue three years before she apparently SAR physicians repeatedly, first biopsy was negative. Another biopsy it another biopsy. The third biopsy showed squamous cancer. She had a scan. It was supposedly negative, and she was scheduled for surgery. They're going to remove part of her tongue. And then she canceled. She just did not want her tongue removed. She never got a pet scan. She never got key. Most never had radiation two years ago or wait was £138 so she's down to 111 losing £25. She's 5 FT six She has no trouble eating or speaking even though, shows this large Cancer about three centimeters all sorted cancer of her left. Tung Tung is thickened and destroyed by the cancer. I could not help it and he nodes But on pet scan, we got a pet scan. She all the other doctors did not get a pet scan. We got a pet scan and stage drop and found cancer in the lymph nodes. So she's advanced stage with involvement of the tongue and Elin floats and we talked about all the options and she wants our treatment only And she's on treatment. And the good news is she's about halfway through the treatment and the cancer's in the midst of dying. In fact, I don't see any cancer left behind it all. So she's doing great. Cancer is very sensitive Shit. A squamous cancer of the tongue. Doing well in remission. And I could tell you that when we treat having their cancers, we have high success rates. These cancers are very sensitive to our work. She had focused radiation. Only. So this is the work we do. You're welcome to college. You're welcome to sit back. You're welcome toe. Check our website, which is listeners save lives dot com Listeners Save Lives calm, Madam Sector Liederman. We will be right back. Invisible radiosurgery beans, hit cancers new and recurrent primary and metastatic small or large, most anywhere in the body. Even if prior surgery, chemo or radiation didn't work or isn't tolerated. We first brought body radiosurgery to America when every hospital and physician thought standard radiation was okay were first thing..

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"tung" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"tung" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"If you are love, one received the cancer diagnosis after using talcum powder at any point call, But if you go on associates today at 1 800 now hurt, But if you go in itself See it is helping clients recover significant damages. If you think your cancer may have been caused by talcum powder called today 1 800 now hurt. That's 1 800 now hurt and a 15,000 of them flow, Jenna mistake to me. And then the cancer came just rip roaring back. So she's 68 years old. She has a child. She came with her best friend. Two years ago, she had a lumpectomy for four centimeter mass. The margins were positive. That means where the surgeon cut Insurgent left cancer cells behind. At that time she had the pet scan. This is two years ago. Elsewhere in the pet scan was positive in the breast and the armpit. She had been a loss of her breast. She had a mastectomy, which Most likely with us, she could have kept her breast. She had 10 of 15 positive lymph nodes. So we know that when a woman has a tumor that size with lymph nodes and Miss Tech to me isn't treatment enough. She was left with a swollen arm. She had surgery and chemo and radiation shed the whole kitchen sink for treatment, and it just wasn't enough treatment. I saw her, and she had a swollen right arm all the way up from the shoulder to the hand. The chest wall's negative. She has history. This breast cancer was symptoms and she came here to be reevaluated. Many people come with cancer. They want to know where they stand. They don't trust their own doctors. They wanted independent review of the cancer and this is what we do also saw a man 82 years old from New York City's 82 has two Children. And it's Pierce. A went from 4 to 7.49 out nearly doubled, and his urinary symptoms is not what's called Knocked O'Ryan knock Means night, and you're It means you're in the New York Knicks three times a night. He's had no biopsy. Even those p ECE has doubled within a short period of time. £172. He takes no medicines and I saw him is an alert man. He had a cinematic, heinous and large prostate and the high P s a. So we talked about all the options and I asked him if he wants to know about what has prostate cancer and yes, he does. He wants to know if he has prostate cancer, and there's only What we don't know when that is to put a little needle into the prostate and see what's there and trying to help him. This is what we do every day. And they saw a 60 year old woman She's married with with kids. He has a family friend. She brought her She had a mammogram done. After four years of absence of four years, she bypassed the mammograms. Now she comes in with a new mammogram, and she had to Nigel's in the breast. Get a biopsy of one of these. Nah jewels. One of these nodule showed well different shifted invasive cancer. There were two adjacent Na Jewel's She had the speculated master breast. She has a family history. That's not remarkable. She works and industry she has a when I examined her one centimeter mass in 12 o'clock position of the left breast. And well. She was very tearful and upset about having breast cancer. But most likely she's going to do great because most likely says the small cancer and most likely doesn't traveled. We're gonna prove it to her. We're gonna prove exactly what she has to her and then offer all the options but most likely with us, she could keep the breast and keep her life and live a pretty normal life with our treatment. That's we want for people to live a normal life and not cause harm whenever possible. This is the work that we do every day. Every day here at radio surgery New York and we'll talk about a 69 year old woman born in Italy born Rome, Italy. She's marriage has six Children. She came with her husband, and she came actually from Italy as a young girls or English is perfect. And seven years ago, she had a breast cancer. She had a mammogram for months before that, seven years ago, But she had breast cancer, and she was able to feel a lesion shadow lobular carcinoma with extensive lymph node involvement. He reported. 18 of 20 live finals were positives and make it stage three and her doctors again didn't miss Tak to me. They didn't speak to me about trying to save the pressed I would have, of course, most likely. Offered to save the pressed, but they're surgeons didn't even offer her that. And then she developed after chemo and standard radiation. So she had missed ectomy chemo and sent irritation. She had a cancer traveled. To the hip, and she got aural chemotherapy, which was discontinued to them. She got hormonal therapy, and that didn't help, either. So she had chemo and threw up. The task to sister's front of the cancer of the hip, said Orel Chemo and then shed metastases have spread to the spine, and she had radiation that one of the big places in the neighboring state, but she hated it because the radiation was standard and radiated in a large part of her body. And while she and her spine radiated part of her chest was ready that she tell her to the Very, very poorly. That's why she's coming here. She has come here for treatment because she just didn't want standard radiation. She came for focused radiation. To attack the cancer and minimize harm to healthy tissues. And she knows that's the work we do is we're famous for us. We do every day is pinpoint treatment. She'd had radiation close to home, which doesn't want it was too toxic. She could barely stand it and she hated it. And that's why she makes the bigger effort to come here to Manhattan. 38th and Broadway and she's came in. We mapped out her treatment and she'll come back for the treatment. And she knows that our treatment is more precise and more focused and less likely to harm than standard radiation that she got at the super duper place close to her home. And I won't talk about another woman who's 71 years old. Born in Mexico, she had is a left tongue cancer. She came with a tea to end to squamous carcinoma of the tongue to the large tumor and the tongue and shed a leisure there for three years. You've seen by surgeons. She refused all surgery. This woman who has four Children in a lesion on the tongue three years before she apparently SAR physicians repeatedly, first biopsy was negative. And then another biopsied another biopsy. The third biopsy showed squamous cancer. She had a scan that was supposedly negative, and she was scheduled for surgery. They're going to remove part of her tongue. And then she canceled. She just did not want her tongue removed. She never got a pet scans never got key. Most never had radiation. Two years ago or wait was £138. So she's down to 111 losing £25. She's 5 ft six. She has no trouble eating or speaking even though, shows this large Cancer about three centimeters all sorted cancer of her left. Tung Tung is thickened and destroyed by the cancer. I could not help it and he nodes But on pet scan, we got a pet scan. She All the other doctors did not get a pet scan. We got a pet scan and staged her up and found cancer in the lymph notes. So she's advanced stage with involvement of the tongue and the lymph nodes and we talked about all the options and she wants our treatment only And she's on treatment. And the good news is she's about halfway through the treatment and the cancer's in the midst of dying. In fact, I don't see the cancer left behind it all. So she's doing great. She's cancer is very sensitive Shit, a squamous cancer of the tongue doing well in remission, and I could tell you that when we treat having their cancers, we have high success rates. These cancers are Very sense of door work. She had focused radiation. Only. So this is the work we do. You're welcome to.

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"tung" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"tung" Discussed on WJR 760

"Recover Center and is presented by Ah He jewelers celebrating life's special moments since 1947 and joining us now on the line is Dr Sonya Reedy, a dentist who is here to tell us a little bit about a new study that may help us Reduce the spread of covert 19. Doctor. Welcome to the politics, Michaux. Thank you for having me. So you know, in our family. We used to joke at the beginning of covert that maybe a glass of wine would would kill off the car the virus before it entered it and our throats and system this This is a little different, but it reminds me of that. Tell us a little bit about this study. Um, yes, I think wine and your mouthwash also have a little bit of alcohol. So you know you could be right about it. The study aging talks about e think ever since a pandemic, I think we're In a desperate need to find out how best to protect ourselves and prevent from Corona virus and any other respiratory viruses. Well, I think being being a dentist and in the front line were pretty desperate about preventing virus as well. So the way we were going about is we are having our patients went out with the Hydrogen peroxide wrenches in our artists, Although the study's Incan inconclusive, I would think, in my opinion because it's practically impossible to keep printing your mouth every 15 minutes. I think the research said about 10 to 15 minutes is when we can actually in activate the virus, so it's practically impossible. But I think but still doing a couple times a day should Should prevent as and protected what I found to be more useful and which we have been practicing that way. Right now. It actually breathing through your nose. There is a book named, Breathe and breathing through your nose, actually. You know, actually promote nitric oxide. And this magic oxide actually hopes as with boosting our immune system. Sense protecting us. So there's a huge study on that. That's interesting, and I can't go into it. Yeah, No, I just Yes. Oh, Aziz, you're thinking about these things. And you know Aziz, we go about our daily lives. There are Little things we can do that will reduce the risk, and I think it's important to just kind of know what those things are and in tow, you know, take part in them as a smudge as you can. Absolutely. I think their little things that of course, were wearing masks in public areas, and we're washing our hands. I don't think much what should replace any of that. And the little things you know is actually believe it or not, people. You know, don't have correct postures. And when you hunched over, you actually block your airway. And when you block your airway, you're not getting enough oxygen hands. You're more prone for diseases and even in our dental office. We're also doing ozone therapy, which is another. It's actually oxygen. You know another molecule in it, which is 03. And we're also noticing that ozone is able to kill the bacteria and viruses in your system and improve your immunity by actually increasing white blood cells. But I really want to go ahead. Good. No good. I really wanted to go more into this whole breathing through the nose with the nitric oxide because a lot of people do not believe and wouldn't get stressed out. I think the natural Human reaction is to not breathe and shallow breed. But having able to we're actually assessing people for one sleep apnea. Because if you don't get enough sleep, you're not getting enough oxygen to your brain hands. You know, your brain goes into fight and flight mode and You know you were producing a lot more cortisol, indicating your immune system. So how do you get better at breathing through your nose? Um, I think that's a fantastic question. A lot of people. I think you can go to a dentist and actually get screened for sleep apnea. Number one and number two is, you know, being consensual throughout day to be able to close your mouth and breathe through your, you know turbines because When you might be theirs don't get all the filtration that we have in the nails and lot of us are shallow breathers and mouth breathers, including some of the kids. If you have noticed, that's why I think that The immune system can be lower, but definitely breathing through the nose that this nitric oxide has a lot of lot of benefits. It actually lowers blood pressure and boost immune system improves exercise performance when we actually work out and increases bring functions, so I think to sum it all up. I think, as you said. Definitely do small things like breathing and exercising and eating right type of diet, which is alkaline diet and wearing masks, hand sanitizers. You. Do You think these I have a friend of uses one of those breathing machines because he's a snore in the mouth breather? Do you find that those work and help people breathe more through their nose, which would give them more oxygen to the brain? Absolutely absolutely. CPAP machine. So what they called and when we do sleep apnea study, that's what we find If they're in the severe cases, we recommend sync tap, but unfortunately, people do not realize that is there. A lot of people cannot tolerate T path because they have They have issues wearing it all night because you have a mask on your face with a gas tank next to it, And it's also very hard during travel. What we find is mandibular Advancement devices, which actually second mouth card that we fabricate It moves your job forward. And actually opens up your throat so you can breathe better throughout the night and a step further is what we called a system where we actually put applying tooth in your mouth and grow your job horizontally and forward and improving the job with actually gives more space for Tung Tung doesn't fall back in the throat..

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"tung" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"tung" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"This time of the year is our tools. We use and abuse tools. We probably abused more than we used because we don't take very good care of them. I'm guilty of it, too. I've got a couple of shovel handles that I wouldn't touch without a pair of welding gloves on Because they're so splintered, haven't taken care of them. This is a good time of the year to like I said, You want to go out in your garden with a chair. Take some of those tools with you Take a little bit of maybe a tung oil for the wood handles. Maybe a simple little file or Scraper to get the dirt off of them to put a new edge on things. Get them sharpened to get those handles a little bit of sanded down to get those splinters gone and put that Tung oil to get that wood to expand, But one splinter for you. We're talking a few minutes worth of work Two really repair the tools that are doing the work for you in your landscaping garden. Doesn't take long, and the return is really good on him. Well, ah, well managed tool should last you a lifetime. If you're buying quality tool, rather than buying a new tool every year because the one you bought cheap and breaks The last forever. You can do a really good job with him, and it doesn't require a lot of work to maintain them. I'm not really noticed this problem, but I know it happens. I know a lot of you have power equipment. And some of that power equipment may not be used for the rest of the year can not be used again till spring. So don't ignore it..

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NFL reminds teams to follow sideline rules on face coverings

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

NFL reminds teams to follow sideline rules on face coverings

"The National Football League is threatening to find head coaches if they don't adhere to Corona virus rules requiring face masks on the sidelines. During the first weekend of games. Some coaches were saying not wearing coverings. We have the latest from NPR's Tom Goldman. In a Monday memo to the NFL's 32 teams. We'd executive Troy Vincent praised what he called the tireless efforts to make the season possible during the pandemic. But Vincent also warned those who defy rules unmasks everyone in team bench areas on the field except players has to wear a face covering in all times. Failure to do so, Vincent wrote, will result in accountability measures against individuals and or clubs. Those measures include finds during Sunday's nationally televised game between Dallas and the Los Angeles Rams. Ella head coach Sean McVeigh, often at his mask under his chin, while Dallas is Mike McCarthy wore his thie entire game. Tung Goldman NPR news

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Boston - Some law enforcement wants Massachusetts courthouses to continue virtual hearings

Jay Talking

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Boston - Some law enforcement wants Massachusetts courthouses to continue virtual hearings

"The the pandemic. pandemic. The The Massachusetts Massachusetts court's court's issued issued an an emergency emergency order order forcing forcing all all court court hearings hearings to to be be held held via videoconferencing. A local sheriff wants to keep that practice going even after Corona virus wanes as we hear from W. B Z is Kim Tung Cliff? Norfolk County Sheriff Jerry McDermott thinks it's worked so well. He's signing on to a bill filed by representative Allyson Sullivan that would make the Videoconferencing of court hearings permanent by statute. McDermott believes videoconferencing would cut down on the spread of Corona virus and have other benefits as well. My predecessor, Sheriff Mike Bellotti, and I agree needless trips from the jail to the courthouse on Ly cost the taxpayers money. It's not good for the environment, and it also opens up the opportunity for courtroom violence. It also opens up the opportunity for contraband to be smuggled from the general public to somebody at a courthouse and then back into the jail in House of Correction. The bill would also replace existing local police lock ups with regional detention centers and sheriff's Department's Kim Tana

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"tung" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"tung" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"So she had missed active me chemo and Senator Nation. She had a cancer traveled to the hip. And she got aural chemotherapy which was discontinued. And then she got hormonal therapy. And that didn't help, either. So she had chemo and do up metastases have spread of the catch of the hips. Aural came on, then shed metastases have spread to the spine. And she had radiation at one of the big places in a neighboring state. But she hated it because the radiation was standard and radiated a large part of her body. And while shut her spine radiated part of her chest was ready, and she'd tell her too. Very, very poorly. That's why she's come here. Just come here for treatment because she just didn't want standard radiation. She came for focused radiation. To attack the cancer and minimise harm to healthy tissues, and she knows that's the work we do is we were famous for us we do every day is pinpoint treatment. She'd had radiation close to home, which doesn't want it. It was too toxic. She could barely stand and she hated it. And that's why she makes the bigger effort to come here to Manhattan. 38th and Broadway and she's came in. We mapped out her treatment and she'll come back for the treatment. And she knows that our treatment is more precise and more focused, and less likely to harm the standard radiation that she got at the super duper place close to her home. I don't talk about another woman who's 71 years old. Born in Mexico. She has a left tongue cancer. She came with the tea to end to scram Is Carson with tongue? A large tumor in the tongue and shed a leisure there for three years. She was seen by certain she refused all surgery. This is the woman who has four Children and a lesion on the tongue three years before she apparently SAR physicians repeatedly, first biopsy was negative. And then another biopsy. In another biopsy. The third biopsy showed squamous cancer. She had a scan that was supposedly negative, and she was scheduled for surgery. They're going to remove part of her tongue. And then she cancelled. She just did not want her tongue removed. She never got a pet scans never got key. Most never had radiation. Two years ago. Our wait was £138 so she's down to 111 losing £25. Five foot six. She has no trouble eating or speaking even though, shows this large Cancer about three centimeters all sorted cancer of her left. Tung Tung is thickened and destroyed by the cancer. I could palpitating nodes but on pets can we got a pet scan? All the other Doctors did not get a pet scan. We got a pet scan and staged her up found cancer in the lymph nodes. So she's advanced stage with involvement of the tongue and the lymph loads, and we talked about all the options and she wants our treatment only And she's on treatment. And the good news is she's about halfway through the agreement in the cancers in the midst of dying. In fact, I don't see any cancer left behind it all. So she's doing great. Cancer is very sensitive Shit. A squamous cancer of the tongue. Doing well in remission. And I could tell that when we treat having that cancers, we have high success rates. These cancers are very sense of door work. She had focused radiation. Only. So this is the work we do. You're welcome to call.

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"tung" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"tung" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"So we talked about all the options and I asked him if he wants to know about what has prostate cancer and yes, he does. He wants to know if he has prostate cancer, and there's only one way to know and that is to put a little needle into the prostate and see what's there and try to help him. This is what we do every day. And I saw a 60 year old woman She's married with with kids. She has a family father. She brought her chef, a mammogram. Done. After four years of absence of four years, she bypassed the mammograms. Now she comes in with a new mammogram, and she had to na jewels of the breast. Had a biopsy of one of these nodule is one of these nodule showed. Well differentiated invasive cancer. There were two adjacent Na Jewel's She had a speculated master breast. She has a family history. That's not remarkable. She works in industry. She has a when I examined her one centimeter mass of 12 o'clock position of the left breast. And well. She was very tearful and upset about having breast cancer. But most likely she's going to do great because most likely she has a small cancer and most likely doesn't traveled. We're gonna prove it to her goingto prove exactly what she has to her and then offer all the options but most likely with us, she can keep the breast and keep her life and live a pretty normal life with our treatment. That's what we want for people to live a normal life and not cause harm whenever possible. This is the work that we do every day. Every day here at Radiosurgery, New York, and I want to talk about a 69 year old woman born in Italy Born Rome, Italy. She's marriage as six Children she came with her husband and she came actually from Italy is a young girls or English is perfect. And seven years ago, she had a breast cancer. She had a mammogram for months before that, seven years ago, But she had breast cancer, and she was able to feel a lesion shadow lobular carcinoma, most extensive lymph node involvement. You reported 18 of 20 live finals were positives. I'd make it stage three and her doctors again did a mastectomy. They didn't speak to me about trying to save the breast. I would have, of course, most likely. Offered to save the breast, but they're surgeons to them even offer her that and then she developed after chemo and standard radiation. So she had missed active me chemo and Senator Nation. She had a cancer traveled to the hip. And she got aural chemotherapy which was discontinued to them. She got hormonal therapy, and that doesn't help either. So she had chemo and metastases have spread of the catch of the hip. Should aural came on. Then she had metastases have spread to the spine. And she had radiation that one of the big places in a neighboring state, but she hated it because the radiation was standard and read it in a large part of her body. And while she and her spine radiated part of her chest was ready, and she tolerated him. Very, very poorly. That's why she's come here. She has come here for treatment because she just didn't want standard radiation. She came for focused radiation. To attack the cancer and minimise harm to healthy tissues, and she knows that's the work we do is we're famous for us. We do every day is pinpoint treatment. She'd had radiation close to home, which doesn't want it. It was too toxic. You could barely standard and she hated it. And that's why she makes the bigger effort to come here to Manhattan. 38th and Broadway and she's came in. We map out her treatment and she'll come back for the treatment. And she knows that our treatment is more precise and more focused and less likely to harm and standard radiation that she got at the super duper place close to her home. I don't talk about another woman who's 71 years old. Born in Mexico, she has a left tongue cancer. She came with the tea to end to scream, Miss Carson with tongue. A large tumor in the tongue and shed a leisure there for three years. She was seen by certain she refused all surgery. This is the woman who has four Children and a lesion on the tongue three years before she apparently SAR physicians repeatedly, first biopsy was negative. And then another biopsy in another biopsy. The third biopsy showed squamous cancer. She had a scan that was supposedly negative, and she was scheduled for Sir. They're going to remove part of her tongue. And then she cancelled. She just did not want her tongue removed. She never got a pet scans never got key. Most never had radiation. Two years ago. Our wait was £138 so she's down to 111 losing £25. Five foot six. She has no trouble eating or speaking, even though she has this large. Cancer about three centimeters all sort of cancer of her left. Tung Tung is thickened and destroyed by the cancer. I could palpitating nodes but on pets can we got a pet scan? All the other Doctors did not get a pet scan. We got a pet scan and staged her up found cancer in the lymph nodes. So she's advanced stage with involvement of the tongue and the lymph loads, and we talked about all the options and she wants our treatment only And she's on treatment. And the good news is she's about halfway through the agreement in the cancers in the midst of dying. In fact, I don't see any cancer left behind it all. So she's doing great. Cancer is very sensitive Shit. A squamous cancer of the tongue. Doing well in remission. And I could tell you that when we treat having that cancers, we have high success rates. These cancers are very sense of door work. She had focused radiation. Only. So this is the work we do. You're welcome to college..

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Has China lost Taiwan?

Between The Lines

14:05 min | 2 years ago

Has China lost Taiwan?

"Taiwan's president secured secured a second term over the weekend started scenes of the woman who stood up to China because China always believe China. Taiwan's recent election is widely seen as a watershed moment a referendum between Wayne. Two very different choices saw in win. She's the president since two thousand sixteen. She promised to protect Taiwan's freedoms from an increasingly assertive. He said he's an autocratic Beijing or the nationalist combing Tung came to the opposition which stressed causes ties with Beijing. The result a landslide two cy and her ruling independence leading Democratic Progressive Party. It was her warnings about China that hit home. We've voters this threat Israel with these respect from China situation has changed you. You cannot exclude the possibility of a war. And it's high invading. Taiwan is something that is going to be very costly fled China Taiwan's president saw in win on the basis now. She scored move odds than any other presidential candidate since Taiwan hi one began holding democratic elections in Nineteen ninety-six. So why has Beijing's efforts to control. Taiwan was it backfired and we'll China Now back off from what it sees as a renegade province remember most nations including the United States and Australia. We adhere to the one China policy which means we formally acknowledge Beijing's claims over Taiwan but what can Washington and camera do to help this vibrant democracy of twenty ninety four million in the face of arising China. Natasha Qassam is research fellow at the Lowy Institute for International Policy where she directs the annual Lowy Institute suit poll. She's a former Australian diplomat. And he wants is emeritus professor of Strategic Studies at the Australian National University and author of how to defend Australia. He's a former deputy defense secretary. Natasha Hugh Welcome to Iran. To be with you thanks for having is time now Natasha. Why has China lost the battle for public opinion in Taiwan? Look I do think there's a real question as to whether China ever had a chance in this respect. You've got a longstanding up position in Taiwan to unification with China. You've got a long standing position to one country. Two Systems the model that China developed in the eighties Fulbari Taiwan and Hong Kong. And of course we see the problematic way that's playing out in Hong Kong today but the most important issue here I think has been the emergence of a unique Taiwanese identity entity. This is what has really changed over the last decade the majority of Taiwanese people they see themselves as Taiwanese and in part this is in opposition to a growing authoritarian -tarian reach from China but in pilots a product of Taiwan's transition to democracy. It's unique history in terms of its different periods of colonization and indigenous peoples. I think today we can say that. This far more that divides Taiwan and China then unites them. Is that growing sense of independence in Taiwan. And Natasha you mentioned Hong Kong and how that was supposed to be the roadmap for China's One Country Two Systems policy the clearly rebuked in these elections hugh. How does Beijing you all these? Well I think they must be very gloomy very concerned and I think getting pretty angry because I completely agree with Tushar I think the elections very significant because it confirms assumes absolutely that the prospect of an eventual consensual reunification of Taiwan agreeing to be absorbed or reabsorbed helped by the mainland looks more and more remark and the problem for everyone including for Taiwan is that Beijing is very unlikely to accept except that Beijing for Beijing reunification as I sit bringing Taiwan back into China is an essential part of their agenda of Xi. Jinping's agenda to for the rejuvenation as he calls it off of China overcoming of that century of humiliation which which began with the opium wars lower back in the forties and which she has set himself to overcome overturn. I think for him getting Taiwan back as he I would say it is. There is nothing more important to him. Nothing more important to the Communist Party and so we have The seats of a real tragedy because as Natasha says it's clear and clear that the Taiwanese don't want to be part of China and it says clearest safe obtain the Chinese determined to make it part of I hear you say Washington Santon. Sorry Beijing won't accept Taiwan's growing assertiveness but hasn't by aging conduct here been counterproductive. I think of John is if it's to intensify military not exercises around the Taiwan Strait. If it's to US light diplomatically. A Taiwan a hasn't that just stiffened the resolve of the tonys. ESO expected. Has I think I think that's been effector I think is Natasha. Says I think what's happened in. Hong Kong has has disabused anyone in Taiwan of any illusions about what one-country-two-systems three two systems would really mean. If it was applied to talk to Taiwan I think the growing authoritarian nature of the Chinese Communist Party ruled in China itself under under Shuzhen Ping Has Added to that. Boils I think as Natasha says again. That that the the the long term development of Taiwan itself Tallinn's entity that the the evolution of a very vibrant democracy there Meant that perhaps. Whatever Beijing done even if Beijing it'd be much less frightening that it has been it still would have been unlikely that Taiwan would move voluntarily to do what Beijing once and it's actually is hugh why wrought out here and he's not alone? We've had on this program over the last few years Professor Jon Meacham from the University of Chicago. The argument here is that not only will China be much more powerful awful than it is today but it will also remain deeply committed to making Taiwan part of China. I think she's deadline. Is this attender of the Communist revolution. Which would be a twenty four nine in other words? Tom Is on China. Saad your response. I disagree that Taiwan is really significant priority for Xi Jinping's China. But I think it's important when we think about what their highest priority is and for me that is always the domestic legitimacy of the potty state and and so by Beijing's policies primarily directed at that domestic audience. They might be failing in Taiwan but suddenly what they ought designed to do is to demonstrate two people in China that Beijing holds all the cards that they have a able to exit military pressure on Taiwan that they can exclude Taiwan from international organizations and that is the highest priority and under Xi Jinping's China. I think the hotline inflexible policies will just continue for godless. The effect that they have in Taiwan. But at the same time I do think it's a self fulfilling prophecy to argue that China will become so powerful so we should roll over and do nothing and therefore it will allow be allowed to become even more all powerful in military and economic times. I think this is almost a given Alpha China. But it's not a given in terms of China's power. China's power has been restricted in the region winslow in many ways many countries including Australia do not recognize the ages over the as traders say. China hasn't succeeded in achieving. Its goals in the South China Sea. It hasn't succeeded in closing bases in Japan. There's that in South Korea in numerous ways. I wouldn't say that time is on China side if anything I I think. China as a rational actor recognizes the cost of a protracted war a much higher than the cost of their patients on that knowledge has as Shea Jingping pink overreach. The embroiled other countries led by the US but including Australia to a newly skeptical view of Chana. I look clearly Thomas. China's Powell grows as system becomes more authoritarian as the way it seeks to exhibit influence throughout the region becomes to put it politely a more assertive a lot of countries. You Niger and beyond becoming more and more worried about what. China's power and hatch on is going to use its power mains over the next few decades but that I think we'd be too optimistic to imagine that China is somehow becoming a self limiting problem. I do think Jonah's power has grown. I think it's influences growing there. It's I still true. Of course. There's Natasha is that there are lots of things at China would like it. It hasn't yet got but I'm more pessimistic than she is that about China's capacity not to get its way increasingly as time goes on and it's worth bearing in mind all the things that China does get that yes Not everyone accepts what China wants to do in the just south China Sea but Australia. Itself hasn't undertaken serious remove navigation operations Australia and self does not acknowledge China as a strategic rival. The United States does Japan treating China increasingly cool. She asleep as it becomes less and less confident about Donald Trump's America. And we'll push you. It's Responsibilities towards Japan onto the treaty. So I think actually China is doing pretty well. I think we've made a big mistake. To underestimate raced tonight. But China's resolve in its capacity to use. Its Influence to get what it wants. I guess. Hugh Watt for my new and Tasha Qassam from from lowy and we're talking about Taiwan and China in the wake of the all in democracies election widely seen as a rebuke to Beijing. The TASHA you say Beijing's going to weaken Taiwan's democracy house. Oh look I think I said that it was going to try and I think it is trying in many ways. It's trying through disinformation Ryan and bypassing more media outlets in Taiwan and then controlling the narrative in that way it is certainly trying to infiltrate grassroots organizations like temple organizations sations and farmers and fisheries groups. The thing is that Beijing is very much moving away. I think from trying to support. Just one side of politics. The Guangdong Minggong which has always been seen as more friendly towards Beijing insofar as has been unsuccessful because the dog is not able to as. We've all of the reasons since we've already outlined. They are not able to deliver Taiwan in any way because of the way of public opinion against China. So now I believe that Beijing is trying to undermine undermine the democracy itself to undermine people's faith in institutions trying to essentially mess it up I think the best expression I've had tended into Crimea so that you have a government paralyzed a government that people do not trust and in that way the system would be much weaker. You Natasha to agree that Beijing is going to try awaken Taiwan's democracy and certainly badging will increase the pressure to open talks on reunification. I suppose the question here is wise. China so sensitive about Taiwan one. I mean think about it Taiwan or Formosa as it was earlier known. It's only been part of China for something like four out of the past one hundred twenty twenty five years since Japanese colonization nineteen ninety-five four out of one hundred twenty five and those four years when the nationalists who fled to Taiwan. They were running the mainland alien so why the sensitivity. He what. We'll Tom Because one hundred and twenty five years is not very long time in the way of China's paypal and the Chinese government see themselves CBS and has precisely one hundred and twenty five years that I see correctly in some ways as being a very black period in the history and that the the great mission of the Communist Party has been to bring China out of that as I said before the rejuvenation of the Chinese people. It's hard to underestimate. Overestimate the the emotional power Al behind this idea of China returning to its previous position and Taiwan has become a and the Chinese Communist Party has made Taiwan into a a symbol of everything bad that happened to China before and everything that Diane resolved to fix and the way in which they they put Hong Kong back into into the fold the YM which have grown their economy the way in which they have reasserted China's military power and have trying at least to reassert itself the parish cultural pass at a speak. All of that is part of the deal but Taiwan is in a sense that the jewel in the crown for them and so I think the the political political and to a certain extent the emotional fright that the Taiwan issue carries does make it absolutely central to the Communist. Party's not just its own sense of itself but it's confidence that it can continue command. The loyalty and achieved legitimacy in the eyes of the Chinese people as what Communist Party delivers not just in terms of prosperity but in terms of China's dignity and position in the world symbolized by Taiwan that is so central to its legitimacy as the government of China Anna. And does that mean Natasha Qassam. That is now a very real danger that the listen Beijing takes from size relection. Is that the only way. Taiwan will ever a unify with mainland China. As at the end of a gun. Look that's entirely possible but I have to say I'm not convinced that as an argument mainly because we like to think think of China's military palate in terms of it being this very quick victory. RV Taiwan because they are coming late outgunned in that sense but none nothing about this would be. It would be very difficult to take Taiwan in terms of its geography and even an invasion is really just the beginning. 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Why do we like certain foods?

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

09:14 min | 2 years ago

Why do we like certain foods?

"We we know you come from all over the world so you have lots of different kinds of experiences and lots of different kinds of questions. One thing that's universally true is is that you all eat but you don't like the same things do you and that got one of our listeners. Pretty curious so today. We're going to listen back to an episode all about food. MARLINS ALEX I like to cook food to eat it. I'm eleven years old in Columbus Columbus Ohio and I was wondering why we like to eat certain foods for example. Why do some some people like to eat spicier food? Some people not like to eat their vegetables in that stuff. We love this question Alex. A few months ago we actually had a live event here in Vermont and we asked other kids about what kinds of food they love and hate Mac and cheese. Yeah it's really cheesy and cake because I have it every time on my mistake seaweed and salted dried. Well I like trying new foods of Grand Canyon hotdog uh-huh Alec Foods but I like dumplings. There were good taste and I like the texture. Macaroni at school could so cheesy. My Favorite I. I me and I like bitching soon. My favorite food peach because nerve. 'CAUSE 'cause there's tweet probably fix sticks or Kim surrogates. I like lots of foods but one of my favorite foods is hot. Docs because hot dogs are delicious. mm-hmm and the Bun and the Ketchup. Give them a very good taste of flavor. I like you cut down I think so. Why do some kids like hotdogs and others? Don't we got in touch with this guy to find out. Yeah I'm Chris Kimball and I'm the guy who likes to to make sure recipes work when you get into the kitchen at home. Chris Kimball is a chef writer and TV personality. He had a magazine called Cook's illustrated and and he had a TV. Show called America's test kitchen where they tried out different recipes to make sure they were as good as possible now. He runs a company in Boston. Called Milk Street Great. It's a magazine cooking school and TV and radio production company. Let's re familiarize ourselves with Alex's question while we like take eat certain foods for example. Why do some people like to eat spicy food? Some people not like to eat convection boys. That stuff studies have suggested that wild you know you are still inside your mother which your mother eats. It does have an effect on what you're GonNa like when you get a little older mother who loves carrots for example sometimes kids grow up to like carrot so they like bitter things a sweet things that affect your taste. I do think children in general like very high energy foods which means obviously sugary foods. Food sweet foods in over time I think as you get older your taste buds your palate. The way you react to foods changes in people tend to have slightly duller tastes and therefore want bigger flavors. They tend to like spicy foods by the way most of what you think of taste as nothing to do with a Palette of the tongue. That's just sweet sour bitter something called you. Mommy which means meaty may be a couple others others but almost everything you perceive as being a specific taste is through the nose or backup through the throat from the mouth up into the nasal cavity and the sensors there are going to pick up the thousand different kinds of sweet so your palate will determine sweet in different levels of sweet sweet but it's really It's the air. That's the odors that identify strawberry for example peppermint So you're smelling it rather than just tasting it with your tongue and your taste. Buds flavor is mostly about smell. And very little about taste taste the sensors on your tongue can determine different levels of the basic thing sweet sour salty bitter and media your mommy but when you get within any of those categories To all the infinite Senate variety. That's really the smell so for somebody who really doesn't like to eat any vegetables and their parents are telling them. Every the week you have to eat your vegetables you have to eat your Broccoli. This tastes good and the kid is saying. I don't like Broccoli. How do you develop a taste for things? Is that at first. You don't necessarily like well. Why should you? I mean you don't like Broccoli Doni Broccoli. I think it's A. It's very strange in this country that we seem to like to force kids to eat things they don't Wanna eat. Certainly kids should have good diets. But if kids don't like Broccoli why try try to make me Broccoli. Go find something they do like that is healthy if they want. It need an apple an apple but I don't believe in forcing foods on people that makes no sense to me. Our audience is GonNa think you're the best that's ever been on the podcast. Now you've just given all of our kids in excuse to say mom Kris Kimball enough to eat my Broccoli. When I was growing up my mother maybe eat OKRA? Tell you I still hate Okra. You have not developed a liking of Okra. Well if it's crispy pickled but otherwise now slimy Dan goofy doesn't work for you. What about spicy food? Some cultures have a lot of spicy food. So you're just going to be exposed to spicy food. And most people sort of adapt to whatever the the regional and cultural flavors are in their lives but spicy food is one area where you can gain and lose spice tolerance. Well well there are. Some people are more sensitive to spice like I am than other. That's true you can put a blue dye on the Tung. To measure the number of pappy. I or taste buds on your tongue. The more you have the more sensitive you'll probably be. That's true in in a lot of lot of research now suggests the taste preferences. Some of them are genetic for example I can detect bitterness us very quickly in food. And that's because I have some genetic markers which allow me to do that. But some large part of the population thirty percent center more. Don't have those markers so some of it is is just physiological Not just a matter of of experience and some of it is experience experience. I mean I. Is there a sense that when you try things over and over again you might change your if you grow up in a culture. That's using spicy foods. You'll be used to eating spicy food. Sure I yeah I think I think there's no question about that. You may not experience the spicy foods. Exactly the same. Wiz your neighbor but that'll be part of your diet certainly for me when I was a kid. My mom and my Stepdad used to have what they thought was their delicacy in the eighties was liver wrapped in Bacon. And I thought that was about the most disgusting thing you could possibly eat and now live wrapped in Bacon actually sounds pretty darn tasty and and that liver texture. That was so disgusting to me. As a ten-year-old seems pretty appealing now and that flavor is really wonderful. Do you know what changed. Is it just that you know. I'm I'm an adult and I've made made my brain decide that that's a good flavor. Well it's a good point. The most of of flavor is really about what the brain does with the input sensory input so part of it is getting the input but the big part in the in the frontal lobe is is where you have have emotions and memories and other things is where the brain processes this information and so your reaction to it and your ability to perceive it is based on experience. It's so you may have lots of positive memories or experiences or emotions relating to that food now where twenty years ago you didn't and that's all part and parcel of how the brain perceives flavor. So what goes on in the brain and how the brain takes those inputs imports and puts them together. People don't really understand yet. So the it's it's really brain function the controls the perception of of flavor. More than anything else. So maybe if you just told yourself every day that you really like Broccoli you could eventually convinced your tongue that your brain says you like it there risk my. It's called mind over matter. I'm not sure that works but you could certainly try it.

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Hong Kong elections: Carrie Lam vows to ‘seriously reflect’ after crushing defeat in polls

Pacifica Evening News

06:57 min | 2 years ago

Hong Kong elections: Carrie Lam vows to ‘seriously reflect’ after crushing defeat in polls

"Hong Kong leader Carrie lam said today she would seriously reflect on the stunning landslide victory by pro democracy candidates in the city's local election the rebel soldiers were a clear rebuke of hell lamb has handled sometimes violent protests in the semi autonomous Chinese territory pro democracy candidates sweat nearly ninety percent of the four hundred fifty two district council seats it will help them take unprecedented control of seventeen out of eighteen district councils authorities barred pro democracy activists Joshua Wong from running in the elections but he said the results send a clear message remarkable achievement in the district council election is the asphalt all home calmness especially will terrace protest her all hot lying frontline there's a trade a price spend the time or even sacrifice in the protest movement winners included many youth activists and the candidate who replaced Huang protest rally organizer Jimmy Shand who was beaten by a hammer wielding assailants last month also triumphed as did a pro democracy lawmaker who had part of his ear bitten off by an assailant really lamb a political expert at the Chinese University of Hong Kong called the results nothing short of a revolution he said the election is a sound repudiation of the Carrie lam administration and shows the so called silent majority in Hong Kong are behind the demands of the protesters for its part China showed no signs it might soften its stance toward Hong Kong the Chinese foreign minister told reporters during a visit to Tokyo that Hong Kong will always be part of China no matter the election outcome a foreign ministry spokesman avoided the question when asked for a reaction to the election results his remarks appeared on al Jizerou football to ending violence and restoring order is the priority for home home home home is a passive China and Hong Kong to fees acutely China's internal Ephesians a record seventy one percent of Hong Kong's registered voters cast ballots well exceeding the forty seven percent turnout in the same poll four years ago celebrations broke out outside polling stations overnight when the results were announced at lunchtime today dozens of supporters held a victory rally in a business district one woman pop the champagne bottle and pour drinks for everyone around a group of supporters of Hong Kong's pro democracy activists protest in front of the Chinese consulate in San Francisco the demonstrators have been protesting in Hong Kong since last June against an extradition bill as a Sega violates human rights and for the resignation of Hong Kong's chief executive Carrie lam among other demands the US Congress passed a bipartisan stand with Hong Kong resolution condemning police brutality against demonstrators and supporting calls for democracy but it's unclear whether president trump will sign the measure he said that it may compromise a trade deal with China pacificus Saadia Malik files this report call home call a glory to Hong Kong is the official protest song demonstrators and semi autonomous city but is also widely regarded as the unofficial national anthem replacing the official Chinese one at a gathering in front of the same Cisco Chinese consulate in solidarity with protesters overseas math using an international student said that although he is from mainland China his most proud of Hong Kong date rape her that the bass all of us the river that the best version of us they fight for their what they deserve what the lord gave us a call give out which I sorry I'm I'm I'm a Christian yeah so the five all their rights growing up in Hong Kong Seles tongue a daily cities have the quality of life there has declined since chief executive Carrie lam came into power tung said she's concerned for the safety of her family and friends Hong Kong has been like a really really great I was twenty years old and has been like that and then they come a really really and civilized cities I'm worried about my family and friends and then going out and then every day I'm just adding tags to them and say Hey I you guys save like when have greetings become desolate like it should be talking to your friends like Hey how you doing like is the right way to the top the offense right but it is not for Hong Kong people it's just like Hey are you say a bipartisan congressional resolution supports the pro democracy movement in Hong Kong the trump has suggested he may veto a due to a pending trade deal with China the vast influence of the Chinese market also caused controversy within the NBA when the Houston Rockets general manager first tweeted support for Hong Kong protestors then apologized after China censored the broadcast of NBA games East Bay resident Travis fan says business interests should stay out of the issue but the US government should intervene you know you you try your trust all weather all you like testamentary in China is in all of your business your of your business is to make money for your state stakeholders money is the only perverse soul it's a matter of the law sold the government should do something that Congress and the administration does something to make it into law in a victory for pro democracy backers the recent election of district representatives in Hong Kong had an unprecedented turn out shifting power away from pro Beijing representatives the representatives make policy on local issues such as collecting garbage and transportation but Hong Kong pro democracy advocates say it is a step toward making greater gains for its people chief executive lamb says she respects the election results Saudia Malick pacifica radio AP at the San

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"tung" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

16:03 min | 3 years ago

"tung" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Two if you want to appear other programs that an Email, it's elrushbo eibnet dot US. Man. Oh, man. I've gotten a lot of reaction to things over the course of my stellar and remarkable broadcast career, but the reaction I got from a monologue last week reacting to the news made by the New York state Senate where they gave a standing ovation to murder. They calling it abortion. I have received so many responses favorable responses to that that it it it it kind. I don't get feedback much anymore. You don't after thirty years people just expect certain things and when you deliver. It's what's expected, it's normal. I really don't get a whole lot of feedback. I have been overwhelmed with feedback. And apparently a couple of other websites picked up the story and ran the transcript of what is the daily wire was one of them. And it. It's it's. Timely because of a singular observation about it. And let me just briefly recap it because it's going to serve as a transition into a further development of the the whole idea the topic. Which is I've got a piece here from I think it's power line. Some one of the writers. There's what's happened to the left. Nobody can understand what has happened to these people. Well, I do understand exactly what's happened. They have become poisoned by a loathing hatred for us. I mean, it really isn't any more complicated. And it is a tweet here from Ben Stein. You'll know who Ben Stein is well known raconteur Hollywood actor does commercials a lecturer he has been a writer and editor at the American spectator. His father was herb Stein. Chief economist adviser for Richard Nixon. And Ben Stein tweets, we have a society in which there are an awful lot of people who have no idea that Stalin Hitler Mao Tse Tung, all came to power, promising the same kinds of things Alexandria, Casio Cortez is promising and it led to mass murderer it lead to dictatorship it lead to genocide. Now. What would you call it? All that is true. It's absolutely true. But it's not just Cortez, folks. This is what the democrat party is becoming me ask you, some you. Remember, what happened to the kid the Covington high school kids, do you know of one person who stood up? On the democrat side and rejected the treatment that kid was getting from their supporters. There wasn't one elected democrat. They all piled on. Instead, there wasn't one elected democrat who stood up and told everybody on his or her side to calm down. Now, what happened was the actions against the kid lend by the media. We're joined by others in the media and the democrat party and the kid and kids were then targeted as the perpetrators as the guilty. Meanwhile, the Congressional Black Israelites who were the real perpetrators the real vil- defamatory hate-filled people got a total pass as did they aging and frail Indian chief Nathan Phillips. But the point is that there wasn't one not even in their diagnosis. There wasn't one Catholic leader who stood up to defend them at first everybody got on the role of blaming them. There wasn't one person with the courage other than some of us in the media and a stand up and oppose what was happening to those kids into try to get the facts in the story, right? There wasn't one democrat. There wasn't one elected or appointed democrat anywhere who stood up. And warned everybody on his or her calm down. Calm down. This is not looking good for us. They all piled on this is on checked unabated hatred for us. Now going back to the New York state Senate, you can go back and somebody's done this pictures in one thousand nine hundred sixty five on Easter. You had the Empire State building in a couple of other tall skyscrapers. The only lights on in the building in a three of them in the picture are the cross signifying Easter. But last week after the New York state Senate legalized murder. Calling an abortion the same buildings lit up in pink. To honor who who has Pinkas their color. Well, a militant feminazi. And the pro-abortion crowd and even some some pink as a color in the gay rainbow. These are clearly different times. And here's Ben Stein's tweet about Stalin Hitler Mao Tse Tung, he can throw Fidel Castro in this mix. It could throw Pol Pot into this mix you any left wing dictator results in walls being built to keep prisoners citizens in. And to keep dissenters dead imprisoned or shot and yet. Today, if you mentioned that people like accustomed contests or any of these other liberals today, and they don't even have to be millennials. They can be the parents of these kids this ancient history that's old stuff we've dealt with that that's never happening again. And then they focused right back on us. We are the threat we being conservatives in some Republicans we represent the threat to them. They're not worried about becoming Hitler all over again worried about becoming mao-tse-tung. That's who they are. When you get down to it in terms of their totalitarian instincts authoritarian instincts. They are Stalinist to the core. They are intolerant. And let me read you a tweet. There was you know, the writer Andrew Sullivan. He is a. He's a liberal on occasion. He writes pieces that go against the liberal grain. And he wrote such a piece about these kids at Covington in the media treatment, how aghast he was at how that whole story developed were none of it was true. And the media didn't try to fact check it and get to the truth. So the elite media seemed eager to downplay their role referring to them only in passing noting briefly. They were known to be anti semitic and anti gay. These are the black Hebrew Israelites that he's talking about who got who were given a pass. Enemy sites. Other media people who wrote just terribly egregious things about this. And he's now being attacked. Four varying away veering away from the required mindset and viewpoint on this. They are intolerant of anybody who strays from the orthodoxy. And the orthodoxy is that maga- hat and a smirking seventeen year old candy is the enemy today. The target the economy of what needs to be vanquished. And so there's a law school in law school at George Mason University is called Scalia law school and somebody named David Bernstein there found a comment. Elsewhere. On Andrew Sullivan's piece. I want to read this comet or your this is not an outlier comment. This is not something from the fringe. This is who they are. And by they I mean, today's democrat party. I mean, today's American left. I mean, the the majority of today's media. Here's the here's the here's the the comment to the Andrew Sullivan piece. And this this kind of totally opposed to Sullivan looking at this case involving the Covington kids reasonably. Quote. I don't know who was truly the aggressor or bad guy in this situation. But I do know this these were wealthy privileged white teenagers in Maga hats marching against abortion. That's plenty of reason to want to beat the heck out of them until there's nothing left, but gibberish and red jelly. I don't hate them for smirking and peacefully protesting against the people who disagree with. And I don't hate them for what they did necessarily. I hate them for what they are. And what they represent screw these kids for their politics. Screw them for their Catholicism and their K K conservatism and their hateful, hats, you shouldn't need a video and some. Excrement. He'll with a punctual faced and all that. And then he goes on a little bit against standard. That's folks. That's who these people are. And one of the reasons they exist today is that we have never stood up to oppose them. We have the Republican party has not stood up and oppose them. The Republican party has sought rather their approval. And it's not just the Republican party. It's all Republicans. It's moderates that call themselves Republicans at summoned the conservative media just don't want the confrontation want the acceptance instead and salt these people have really not faced any other than at the ballot boxes. That's another reason why they hate people that voted for Trump. The only real opposition. These people have as a certain segment of the American voting population. That's all we have going for us. Besides trump. They've becoming they become so accustomed to no accountability in the media and no serious political opposition. From the elected political opposition Republican party that when there is any they just freak out and seek to demolish it. And it's been twenty or thirty years that they've pretty much been able to get away with whatever without any real accountability. I don't know how many times I was telling somebody earlier today. I add there's so many times I can't count the number of moderate Republicans. It came up to me. You gotta get this Republican to stop talking about abortion. We're going to never win on election. We're we're we're we're social liberals fiscal conservatives, and you gotta get everywhere. I went whenever the Republicans lost an election. It was assumed that was why. And I always said to the let me tell you something if we're not willing to stand up for life. What the hell else? Are we going to be able to have any value in? I tried to tell him that it was about so much more than abortion. It's if you don't have a government that is willing to stand up for life wherever it is. Particularly its own citizens. And if you have a population that is not. Oriented in the same direction. And you're you're you're going to watch the slow devolution of anything of value. If life is not worth fighting for if we all only get one, and if we're not going to evening gauge the battle to snuff out life, if we're not even going to engage the people who wanna get rid of undesirable babies then. What what what else is going to fall by the wayside? And that is what we are seeing crime rate goes up everything goes up. Daniel Patrick Moynihan defining deviancy down so much perverted. Garbage continues to happen that we are unable to deal with it. So we all automatically eventually declare it normal and as. All kinds of crimes and injustices. Are suddenly given up the fight against to proclaim normal than we have the declining moral foundation of our society. We're living. The practical results of it. And it was a pity Mayes by standing ovations in the New York state Senate when they applauded the fact that non medical personnel can now do abortions even up to the due date and. If a baby in the womb is is intended to be aborted and survives the process. They can go ahead and kill it after birth. That was. Even a standing ovation to and then they turn the lights pink on the buildings in New York City and celebration. I'm just telling you that. That is a degradation and a devaluing. That I don't know how you you you account for. But it's it didn't happen overnight. This stuff has been creeping up on us. And there have not been. Well, I don't mean to impugn people who have devoted their lives and fought very hard against it. But in terms of the. Real commitment to this. It's kind of been kind of been wavering in now. Everybody's asking why were they applauding murder, and I'll tell you the answer again is because here's here's the big change in this. This is another illustration of just how far our decline culturally in society has been for all those years when abortion was discussed. It was always framed in terms of a civil rights issue or human rights issue for the mother a woman's right to choose is what it was about. Pregnancy is an illness pregnancies a psychological disorder, potentially. It was never whenever we discussed abortion. The fact that it was a human being was not permitted to be discussed couldn't even discuss the concept of when does life again because there wasn't a life. There was nothing other than a freedom issue. Civil rights human rights was a women's rights issue. That's the way it was discussed. They couldn't dare admit to what the practical result of this was well, that's out the window. They don't even have to hide what they're doing. Now. They're applauding what they're doing. The New York state Senate did not give a standing ovation to women's rights being furthered or a woman's right to choose being advanced. They were applauding. The ability now. To abort a child up to the due date. And then snuff out the life of a child that survives the the abortion. That's so they're they're not even afraid anymore to be honest about what this issue is. They don't have to mask it or camouflage note, they're not mascara camouflaging much of anything else. Because they don't think there's anybody that's going to stop them. Because they know that if anybody does stand up and try to stop them..

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"tung" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

16:02 min | 3 years ago

"tung" Discussed on WTVN

"Want to appear on the program is that an Email? It's elrushbo eibnet dot US. Man. Oh, man. I've gotten a lot of reaction to things over the course of my stellar and remarkable broadcast career, but the reaction I got from a monologue last week reacting to the news made by the New York state Senate where they gave a standing ovation to murder. They calling it abortion. I have received so many responses favorable responses to that that it it it if I don't get feedback much anymore. You don't after thirty years people just expect certain things, and when you deliver it's what's expected, it's normal. So I really don't get a whole lot of feedback. I have been overwhelmed with feedback. And apparently a couple of other websites picked up the story ran the transcript of what is the daily wire was one of them and it. You know, it's it's it's I think it was timely because of a singular observation about it. And let me just briefly recap it because it's going to serve as a transition into a further development of the the whole idea the topic, which is, but I've got a piece here from I think it's power line. Some one of the writers. There's what's happened to the left. Nobody can understand what has happened to these people. Well, I do understand exactly what's happened. They have become poisoned by a loathing hatred for us. I mean, it really isn't any more complicated. And it is a tweet here from Ben Stein. Goma who Ben Stein is well known raconteur Hollywood actor does commercials a lecturer. He has been a writer and editor at the American spectator is father was herb Stein. Chief economist adviser for Richard Nixon. And Ben Stein tweets, we have a society in which there are an awful lot of people who have no idea that Stalin Hitler Mao Tse Tung, all came to power promising the same kinds of things Alexandria, Casio Cortez is promising and it led to mass murder. It led to dictator ship. It lead to genocide. Now. What would you call it? All that is true. It's absolutely true. But it's not just Cortez, folks. This is what the democrat party has become a me ask you, some you. Remember what happened to the kid Covington high school kids? Do you know of one person who stood up? On the democrat side and rejected the treatment that kid was getting from their supporters. There wasn't one the elected democrat. They all piled on. Instead, there wasn't one elected democrat who stood up and told everybody on his or her side the calm down. Now, what happened was the actions against the kid lend by the media. We're joined by others in the media and the democrat party and the kid 'n kids were then targeted as the perpetrators as the guilty. Meanwhile, the Congressional Black Israelites who were the real perpetrators the real vil- defamatory hate-filled people got a total pass as dead they aging and frail Indian chief Nathan Phillips. But the point is that there wasn't one not even in their diagnosis. There wasn't one Catholic leader who stood up to defend them at first everybody got on the role of blaming them. There wasn't one person with the courage other than some of us in the media and a stand up and oppose what was happening to those kids and to try to get the facts in the story, right? There wasn't one democrat. There wasn't one elected or appointed democrat anywhere who stood up. And warned everybody on his or her calm down. Calm down. This is not looking good for us. They all piled on this is on checked unabated hatred for us. Going back to the New York state Senate, you can go back and somebody's done this pictures in one thousand nine hundred sixty five on Easter. You had the Empire State building in a couple of other tall skyscrapers. The old main lights on in the building in a three of them in the picture are the cross signifying Easter bought last week after the New York state Senate legalized murder. Calling it abortion the same buildings are lit up in pink. To honor who who has Pinkas their color. Well, a militant feminazi. And the pro-abortion crowd. And even some some pink is a color in the gay rainbow. These are clearly different times. And here's Ben Stein's tweet about Stalin Hitler Mao Tse Tung, he could throw Fidel Castro in this mix. It can throw Pol Pot into this makes you any left wing dictator resulted walls being built to keep prisoners citizens in. And to keep dissenters dead imprisoned or shot. And yet. Today, if you mentioned that people like oh custody or any of these other liberals today, and they don't even have to be millennials. They can be the parents of these kids. This ancient history that's old stuff we've dealt with that that's never happening again. And then they focused right back on us. We are the threat we being conservatives in some Republicans we represent the threat to them. They're not worried about becoming Hitler all over again at worried about becoming TSE Tung. That's who they are. When you get down to it in terms of their totalitarian instincts authoritarian instincts. They are Stalinist to the core. They are intolerant. And let me read you a tweet. There was you know, the writer Andrew Sullivan. He is a isn't liberal and on occasion. He writes pieces that go against the liberal grain. And he wrote such a piece about these kids and Covington and the media treatment, and how aghast he was at how that whole story developed were none of it was true. And the media didn't try to fact check it and get to the truth. So the elite media seemed eager to downplay their role referring to them only in passing noting briefly. They were known to be anti semitic and anti gay. These are the black Hebrew Israelites that he's talking about who got who were given a pass. And then he cites other media people who wrote just terribly agreed things about this. And he's now being attacked. Four varying away veering away from the required mindset and viewpoint on this. They are intolerant of anybody who strays from the orthodoxy. And the orthodoxy is that maga- hat and a smirking seventeen year old kid is the enemy today. The target the economy of what needs to be vanquished. And so there's a law school in law school at George Mason University is called Scalia law school and somebody named David Bernstein there found a comment. Elsewhere. On Andrew Sullivan's piece. I want to read this comment. So this is not an outlier comment. This is not something from the fringe. This is who they are. And by they I mean, today's democrat party. I mean, today's American left. I mean, the the majority of today's media. Here's the here's the here's the the the comment to the Andrew Sullivan piece. And this this kind of totally opposed to Sullivan looking at this case involving the Covington kids reasonably. Quote. I don't know who was truly the aggressor or bad guy in this situation. But I do know this these were wealthy privileged white teenagers in Maga hats marching against abortion. That's plenty of reason to want to beat the heck out of them until there's nothing left, but gibberish and red jelly. I don't hate them for smirking and peacefully protesting against the people who disagree with. And I don't hate them or what they did necessarily. I hate them for what they are. And what they represent screw these kids for their politics. Screw them for their Catholicism and their K K conservatism and their hateful, hats, you shouldn't need a video and some. Excrement. He'll with a punch face and all that. And then he goes on a little bit against. That's folks. That's who these people are. And one of the reasons they exist today is that we have never stood up to oppose them. We have the Republican party has not stood up and oppose them. The Republican party has sought rather their approval. And it's not just the Republican party at all Republicans. It's moderates that call themselves Republicans at summoned the conservative media just don't want the confrontation want the acceptance instead and salt these people have really not faced any up other than at the ballot boxes. That's another reason why they hate people that voted for Trump. The only real opposition. These people have as a certain segment of the American voting population. That's all we have going for us. Now, besides Trump. They've becoming they become so accustomed to no accountability in the media and no serious political opposition. From the elected political opposition Republican party that when there is any they just freak out and seek to demolish it. And it's been twenty or thirty years that they've pretty much been able to get away with whatever without any real accountability. I don't know how many times I was telling somebody earlier today. I have there's so many times I can't count the number of moderate Republicans. It came up to me. You gotta get this Republican to stop talking about abortion. We're going to never win. We're we're we're we're social liberals and fiscal conservatives, and you gotta get everywhere. I went whenever the Republicans lost an election. It was assumed that was why. And I always said to the let me tell you something if we're not willing to stand up for life. What the hell else? Are we going to be able to have any value? Mm-hmm. I tried to tell him that it was about so much more than abortion. It's if you don't have a government that is willing to stand up for life wherever it is particularly of its own citizens. And if you have a population that is not. Oriented in the same direction than you're you're going to watch the slow devolution of anything of value. If life is not worth fighting for if we've we all only get one. And if we're not gonna evening gauge the battle to snuff out life, if we're not even going to engage the people want to get rid of undesirable babies then. What what what else is going to fall by the wayside? And that is what we are seeing crime rate goes up everything goes up. Daniel Patrick Moynihan defining deviancy down so much perverted. Garbage continues to happen that we are unable to deal with it. So we all automatically eventually declare it normal. And as. All kinds of crimes and injustices. Are suddenly given up the fight against to proclaim normal than we have the declining moral foundation of our society. We're living. The. Practical results of it. And it was a pity is by standing ovations in the New York state Senate when they applauded the fact that non medical personnel can now do abortions even up to the due date and. If a baby in the womb is is intended to be aborted and survives the process. They can go ahead and kill it after birth. That was. Given a standing ovation to and then they turn the lights pink on the buildings in New York City and celebration. I'm just telling you that. That is a degradation and a devaluing. That I don't know how you you you account for. But it's it didn't happen overnight. This stuff has been creeping up on us. And there have not been. Well, I don't mean to impugn people who have devoted their lives and have fought very hard against it. But in terms of the. Real commitment to this. It's kind of it's kind of been wavering. Now. Everybody's asking why were they applauding murder, and I'll tell you the answer again is because here's here's the big change in this. This is another illustration of just how far our decline culturally in societally has been for all those years when abortion was discussed. It was always framed in terms of a civil rights issue or a human rights issue for the mother a woman's right to choose is what it was about. Pregnancy is an illness pregnancies a psychological disorder, potentially. It was never whenever we discussed abortion. The fact that it was a human being was not permitted to be discussed couldn't even discuss the concept of does life again because there wasn't a life there. It was nothing of a freedom issue. Civil rights human rights was a women's rights issue. That's the way it was discussed. They couldn't dare admit to what the practical result of this was well, that's out the window. They don't even have to hide what they're doing. Now. They're applauding what they're doing. The New York state Senate did not give a standing ovation to women's rights being furthered or a woman's right to choose being advanced. They were applauding. The ability now. To abort a child up to the due date. And then snuff out the life of a child that survives the the abortion. That's so they're they're not even afraid anymore to be honest about what this issue is. They don't have to mask it or camouflage note, they're not mascara camouflaging much of anything else. Because they don't think there's anybody that's going to stop them. Because they know that if anybody does stand up and try to stop them..

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"tung" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

16:18 min | 3 years ago

"tung" Discussed on WLAC

"Want to appear other programs that an Email, it's elrushbo eibnet dot US. Man. Oh, man. I've gotten a lot of reaction to things over the course of my stellar and remarkable broadcast career, but the reaction I got from a monologue last week reacting to the news made by the New York state Senate where they gave a standing ovation to murder. They calling it abortion. I have received so many responses favorable responses to that that it it it it kind. I don't get feedback much anymore. You don't after thirty years people just expect certain things and when you deliver. It's what's expected, it's normal. I really don't get a whole lot of feedback. I have been overwhelmed with feedback. And apparently a couple of other websites picked up the story ran the transcript of what is the daily wire was one of them. And it it's it's. Timely because of a singular observation about it. And let me just briefly recap it because it's going to serve as a transition into a further development of the the whole idea the topic, which is what I've got a piece here from I think it's power line. Some one of the writers. There's what's happened to the left. Nobody can understand what has happened to these people. Well, I do understand exactly what's happened. They have become poisoned by a loathing hatred for us. I mean, it really isn't any more complicated. And it is a tweet here from Ben Stein. Who Ben Stein is well known racking tour Hollywood actor does commercials. A lecturer he has been a writer and editor at the American spectator. His father was heard Stein chief economist adviser for Richard Nixon. And Ben Stein tweets, we have a society in which there are an awful lot of people have no idea that Stalin Hitler Mao Tse Tung, all came to power promising the same kinds of things that Alexandria gas. Your Cortez is promising and it led to mass murder it lead to dictatorship it lead to genocide. Now. What would you call it? All that is true. It's absolutely true. But it's not just Cortez, folks. This is what the democrat party has become a me ask you some your remember what happened to the kid the Covington high school kids? Do you know of one person who stood up? On the democrat side and rejected the treatment that kid was getting from their supporters. There wasn't one elected democrat. They all piled on. Instead, there wasn't one elected democrat who stood up and told everybody on his or her side to calm down. Now, what happened was the actions against the kid led by the media? We're joined by others in the media and the democrat party and the kid and kids were then targeted as the perpetrators as the guilty. Meanwhile, the Congressional Black Israelites who were the real perpetrators the real vil- defamatory hate-filled people got a total pass as did they? Aging and frail Indian chief Nathan Phillips. But the point is that there wasn't one not even in their diagnosis. There wasn't one Catholic leader who stood up to defend them at first everybody got on the role of blaming them. There wasn't one person with the courage other than some of us in the media and a stand up and oppose. What was happening of those kids into try to get the facts in the story, right? There wasn't one democrat. There wasn't one elected or appointed democrat anywhere who stood up and warned everybody on his or her calm down. Calm down. This is not looking good for us. They all piled on this is on checked unabated hatred for us. Now going back to the New York state Senate, you can go back and somebody's done this pictures in one thousand nine hundred sixty five on Easter. You had the Empire State building in a couple of other tall skyscrapers. The only lights on in the building in a three of them in the picture are the cross signifying Easter bought last week after the New York state Senate legalized murder. Calling it abortion the same buildings lit up in pink. To honor who who has Pinkas their color. Well, a militant feminazi. And the pro-abortion crowd. And even some some pink is a color in the gay rainbow. These are clearly different times. And here's Ben Stein's tweet about Stalin Hitler Mao Tse Tung, he could throw Fidel Castro in this mix. Could throw Pol Pot into this mix. You any left wing dictator results in walls being built to keep prisoners citizens in. And to keep dissenters dead imprisoned or shot and yet. Today, if you mentioned that people like accustomed or any of these other liberals today, but they don't even have to be millennials. They can be the parents of these kids this ancient history that's old stuff we've dealt with that that's never happening again. And then they focus right back on us. We are the threat we being conservatives in some Republicans we represent the threat to them. They're not worried about becoming Hitler all over again worried about becoming mao-tse-tung. That's who they are. When you get down to it in terms of their totalitarian instincts authoritarian instincts. They are Stalinist to the core. They are intolerant. And let me read you a tweet. There was you know, the writer Andrew Sullivan. He is a is a liberal and on occasion. He writes pieces that go against the liberal green. And he wrote such a piece about these kids and Covington in the media treatment, and how aghast he was at how that whole story developed were none of it was true in the media. Didn't try to fact check it and get to the truth said the elite media seemed eager to downplay their role referring to them only in passing noting briefly. They were known to be anti semitic and anti gay. These are the black Hebrew Israelites that he's talking about who got who were given a pass. And then he cites other media people who wrote just terribly agree GIS things about this. And he's now being attacked. For varying away veering away from the required mindset and viewpoint on this. They are intolerant of anybody who strays from the orthodoxy. And the orthodoxy is that maga- hat and a smirking seventeen year old kid is the enemy today the target the enemy of what needs to be vanquished. And so there's a law school in law school at George Mason University is called Scalia law school and somebody named David Bernstein there found a comment. Elsewhere. On Andrew Sullivan's piece. I wanna read this comments or your this is not an outlier comment. This is not something from the fringe. This is who they are. And by they I mean, today's democrat party. I mean, today's American left. I mean, the the majority of today's media. Here's the here's the here's the the the comment to the Andrew Sullivan piece in this this kind of totally opposed to Sullivan looking at this case involving the Covington kids reasonably. Quote. I don't know who was truly the aggressor are bad guy in this situation. But I do know this these were wealthy privileged white teenagers in Maga hats marching against abortion. That's plenty of reason to want to beat the heck out of them until there's nothing left foot gibberish and red jelly. I don't hate them for smirking and peacefully protesting against the people who disagree with. And I don't hate them for what they did necessarily. I hate them for what they are. And what they represent screw these kids for their politics. Screw them for their Catholicism and their K K conservatism and their hateful, hats, you shouldn't need a video and some. Excrement. He'll with a punch -able faced and all that. And then he goes on a little bit against entered. That's tip folks. That's who these people are. And one of the reasons they exist today is that we have never stood up to oppose them. We have the Republican party has not stood up and oppose them. The Republican party has sought rather their approval, and it's not just the Republican party at all Republicans. It's moderates that call themselves Republicans at summoned the conservative media just don't want the confrontation want the acceptance instead and salt these people have really not faced any up other than at the ballot box. That's another reason why they hate people that voted for Trump. The only real opposition. These people have is a certain segment of the American voting population. That's all we have going for us. Now, besides Trump. They've becoming they become so accustomed to no accountability in the media and no serious political opposition. From the elected political opposition Republican party that when there is any they just freak out and seek to demolish it. And it's been twenty or thirty years that they've pretty much been able to get away with whatever without any real accountability. I don't know how many times I was telling somebody earlier today. I I there's so many times I can't count the number of moderate Republicans. It came up to me. You gotta get this Republican to stop talking about abortion. We're going to never win. We're we're we're we're social liberals and fiscal conservatives, and you gotta get everywhere. I went whenever the Republicans lost an election. It was assumed that was why. And I always said to the let me tell you something if we're not willing to stand up for life. What the hell else? Are we going to be able to have any value? Mm-hmm. I tried to tell him that it was about so much more than abortion. It's if you don't have a government that is willing to stand up for life wherever it is particularly its own citizens. And if you have a population that is not. Oriented in the same direction. And you're you're going to watch the slow devolution of anything of value. If life is not worth fighting for if we all only get one. And if we're not gonna evening gauge the battle to snuff out life, if we're not even going to engage the people who wanna get rid of undesirable babies then. What what what else is going to fall by the wayside? And that is what we are seeing crime rate goes up everything goes up. Daniel Patrick Moynihan defining deviancy down so much perverted. Garbage continues to happen that we are unable to deal with it. So we all automatically eventually declare it normal. And as. All kinds of crimes and injustices. Are suddenly given up the fight against to proclaim normal than we have the declining moral foundation of our society. We're living. The. Practical results of it. And it was a pity Mayes by standing ovations in the New York state Senate when they applauded the fact that non medical personnel can now do abortions even up to the due date and. If a baby in the womb is is intended to be aborted and survives the process. They can go ahead and kill it after birth. That was. Given a standing ovation to and then they turn the lights pink on the buildings in New York City and celebration. I'm just telling you that. That is a degradation and a devaluing. That I don't know how you you account for. But it's it didn't happen overnight. This stuff has been creeping up on us. And there have not been. Well, I don't mean to impugn people who have devoted their lives and fought very hard against it. But in terms of the. Real commitment to this. It's kind of been it's kind of been wavering in now. Everybody's asking why were they applauding murder, and I'll tell you the answer again is because here's here's the big change in this. This is another illustration of just how far our decline culturally in society has been for all those years when abortion was discussed. It was always framed in terms of a civil rights issue or human rights issue for the mother a woman's right to choose is what it was about. Pregnancy is an illness pregnancies a psychological disorder, potentially. It was never whenever we discussed abortion. The fact that it was a human being was not permitted to be discussed couldn't even discuss the concept of does life again because there wasn't a life there. It was nothing other than a freedom issue. Civil rights. Human rights was a women's rights issue. That's the way it was discussed. They couldn't dare admit to what the practical result of this was well, that's out the window. They don't even have to hide what they're doing. Now. They're applauding what they're doing. The New York state Senate did not give a standing ovation to women's rights being furthered or a woman's right to choose being advanced. They were applauding. The ability now. To abort a child up to the due date. And then snuff out the life of a child that survived the abortion. That's so they're they're not even afraid anymore to be honest about what this issue is. They don't have to mask it or camouflage note, they're not mascara camouflaging much of anything else. Because they don't think there's anybody that's gonna stop them. Because they know that if anybody does stand up and try to stop them. Well, you wonder what your life will be like asked Donald Trump. And how many people are willing to put their lives on the line? Like, nobody wants to have the abuse. Trump gets every day elected official or not take a break here, folks. But we will continue. Don't don't go.

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"tung" Discussed on Down the Hatch - The Swallowing Podcast

Down the Hatch - The Swallowing Podcast

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"tung" Discussed on Down the Hatch - The Swallowing Podcast

"The intrinsic muscles, responsible for modifying. The the the shape of the body of the tongue the extrinsic muscles responsible for moving the body tongue as a whole they're all interviewed by twelve except for one Powell losses, which is great with frontal plexus and overall they work in concert to make sure your job your. Tung, relative tear jaw is exactly where it shouldn't be. It's sort of keeping track of the bullets and the it's keeping its keeping the bullets in the right position. Right. But the other thing that we often forget is people will look at the job right with their Degi. Actually, the thing you can see and people measure strength. They measure, you know, resistance measure EV all these other things, and they completely ignore whether or not they have sort of a rotary movement, and those kinds of things which is was need for actual masticate. Right. So in the course, many of those master muscles, those jobless are five. So here's what I think is really interesting when you learn about bedside swallow evaluations, one of the biggest aspects of sites follow that. You learn in that you've watched people do is a cranial nerve exam an oral mechanism, and you see them go through open up your mouth. Okay. Don't let me closer job. Yeah. Okay. Closer to let me open it. Okay. Push your tongue. The inside of your cheek and people are doing these things. And I just, you know, always look at this. And I wonder to myself what is that information telling you about the actual swallow? Not the swallow about the actual masticated about world prep. Right. That's what it's supposed to be. Sometimes I think speech pathologist, we just go through this motion of doing this cranial nerve Cam. It does end the thing is I don't mind if it doesn't as long as you're not commenting on Bolas formation based on the fact that they couldn't take their tongue stick it out beyond their teeth, which under what circumstances speech with everyone to went to extend their tongue wavy on their teeth. Not for speech, not for small. Exactly why if you measure that you're just to get a sense of do they have good control over something. You can actually see that's fine. But you can't then extrapolate that onto bullets formation 'cause bowls formation does not require to take your tongue and stick it straight out toward a tongue depress, right or push on the inside of your cheek. Possibly exactly exactly no without question. A lot of those things aren't exactly what's what's meant to happen. But sounds like we agree that if we're looking at three major components were looking at the job movement, relating Lingle movement, and we're looking at labial function or movement as well. Right. So sensory gets a whole lot more attention. Yeah. Right. Because you say gets more attention. No. I mean, it it's sensory gets more attention because there's more that we haven't talked about structures. We haven't talked about that are more related to sensation in our conversation than motor. But you're right. I know what you're gonna say say no love again. Side of ration- don't even adrenal. Why do you know why? No, it might speech with Allah ges don't know. And I think we have a podcast about this about psycho physics about sensation versus perception. Yup. So what is in sation sensation is basically different from perception? What we're measuring someone what they can tell us. They felt that's not sensation necessarily people can say the stuff that never happened to them. Right. What's an example of that? If you're outside and it's hot and sweaty swampy and someone start slapping himself over mosquito. You start slapping yourself to when they're maybe wasn't even on you. Because now you're so heightened that you everywhere. But does that mean, you didn't feel it? No. Was there actually something there? No, right. So sensation basically the signals the signals at send information within your body. We're not measuring that we're not actually like if you do auditory brain stem responses in infants for sure they're measuring that information about what signal went in. But. But we're not we don't expect. We have to do that with babies because we can't get them to say. Yup. I felt better. No, I didn't feel that for newborns. We can't get that information, but cycle physics require somebody to describe what they felt and we often don't get any training on how to do that. However, you know, who's really great at it on, you know, why there's no other way to know what somebody heard other than for them to respond in some way, again except for sort of your brain stem testing infants right?.

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"tung" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"tung" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"See the back and forth battles that exists between red China and the United States over economic ties over tariffs over control of certain sectors of high tech industries. It makes you say like so much about China. We really don't. No. And we don't because when Mao Tse Tung came to power after World War Two there was a lockdown on everything cultural impact he had the cultural revolution. That sacked a lot of what became a part of the history of that nation. And now you have a chance to we lived so much of it because once again the powerful fulfillment that is put on by Shannon will be returning to Lincoln Senate. They they just finished sell out shows fourteen of them today. But they'll be back in town on March six and the beauty here is that you get to see five thousand years of Chinese music, history, culture and dance all in one night. Shan aims to revive your thank Chinese culture prior to Mao Tse Tung, it's based in New York so Shenyang's artists can enjoy the freedom of expression revived their lost heritage. They don't have somebody always staring over their Beck. Enjoy this gift from heaven. And look you can go and bring the ones that you love experience. True Chinese culture from the mainland. Visit genuine dot com slash NY. That's S H E N Y U N dot com slash and why..

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"tung" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"tung" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Talking about hickeys you talking about Tung's hickeys. Oh, not hickeys tongues songs who's not a tongue kisser eighteen. Okay. Well, people are having up in qualms because word. Up in arms. No, I didn't. Cheers script. Underwood. He's obviously on this journey to find love, and he's been doing a lot of making our and a lot of people on Twitter are not happy with how he's kissing. They're saying he's using a lot of times branding danville. I don't think it's I don't think it's that he's using lot tongue. It's how he's using his tongue because I've seen how he like. There's too much space between the mouths. They're calling him the tongue monster and the closing of the I before the faces hit. Yeah. It's not. It's not fitting right for me. You could show us Ryan Seacrest. I don't wanna see that. Turn to visit. So we can see how do I show you? Sandwiches, my mouth. Yeah. The person's mouth show us how much tongue is the right amount of time. Well, now, it's like, it's the it's not the amount of tongue. It's the. Thanks to right amount of firmness and not firmness of it. It's just yeah. It's the. How much pressure suppression? Yeah. If you don't want to go in and be like blender you wanna like t's a little bit? And then go in for some more and then step out, and then go back in like some taps like, you know. Yeah. Love it. I wish we had video ruins tongs right now. We don't have a job tomorrow, exactly. Like little sucking of the upper lip guy. Love that. Oh, a little bit Larry little tiny bit and control. The saliva. Whose tongue goes in? Who's now? Like in the middle. On december. Oh. Like a give and take it in both mouths. Can you act? On the playground. So what's the report? I I showed you that. The report is that people are are calling. Guam's? Tung monster he-, it's I think it's the force that he's bringing with you. So I like I like this report, we're not defending him. We just kind of funky. No, we I think he's too forceful with the Tom from what I visualize right or you don't know first hand. Yeah..

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"tung" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"tung" Discussed on WGN Radio

"How did you find out? Tung by a couple of different people, and I put. A to b and came up with C and inspired her about it. And she admitted it and that was the last I've ever seen of her. So it wasn't a DNA kids. She just fed up. This is real life. Yeah. This is true face to face contact. So don't play with fire by, you know, saying well, let's see if I have any relatives out there. That's that's not a fun thing to do. Yeah. How you doing? Do you see you sound really sad about this? It's tough. Real real toss. Find out that somebody you were raised by headlights here year entire life. And then when you confront them about it, they leave you. I mean, I I think she even died a few years ago when I was never even told. And she leads you is the one that raised me. Why did she do that? Because because I just wanted her with it. I understand that. But I mean, wow. That's a good reaction. Wow. That's kind of what I had. But yeah, that's. So whoever wants to do just please be careful. I mean, it could burn lots of lights. That's great for the people who have had done that do find siblings or somebody, you know, that were separated at one time. But. Just be careful. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Casey, listen, my best to you, my friend. I appreciate your listening. Thanks for the phone. Call. Thank you have a good day. It almost makes you question family. You know, how you have your conditional love for your family, and you that's your rock your foundation. That's what I'm thinking. Right. It's an existential crisis. Will it is? But I I it's it's sort of like when you fall in love with your sibling and the previous callers point. I I don't have a switch. I can't imagine being able to walk away from a child or parent or I don't know what you do when you find out that you're in love with your sibling. That's really weird while the you have unconditional love for the people that you see every single day for your whole life. That's I mean, that's kind of where you're raised with them. So you can't help. But like, I'm or be around them. I wonder if in the case of the sister who finds out that she's engaged to her brother if you just say, well, we'll use birth control. And we'll. This'll be our secret. And the only reason not to is, you know, for reproductive purposes. I mean, you can do whatever you wanna do if you don't tell everybody. Hi, it says here. Hey, John the deer Amy column today. Read that is this what I have here. All right. We'll reference that in a minute. It's two twenty. It's two twenty nine. The news is right around the corner to this is WGN twenty.

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Syria accidentally shot down a Russian military plane

Dr. Drew Midday Live with Mike Catherwood

03:08 min | 3 years ago

Syria accidentally shot down a Russian military plane

"Russian officials say a Syrian anti-aircraft fire did shoot down Russian. Military plane, but only because of an earlier Israeli attack fifteen Russian fighters aboard the plane were killed correspondent Matthew chance reports Russia media Syrian missiles shot down the maritime aircraft during an attack by Israeli jets in north west Syria flakes during an attack by his rating fighters against targets inside Syria. The Russians complained that these rallies that have deconfliction channels with the rush to prevent this kind of thing from happening did not give Russia adequate warning than that attack was gonna take place. The leaders of north and South Korea are saying that they've come to a lot of agreements today which said they were a major step toward peace on the Korean peninsula arrangements. Correspondent Paula Hancocks reports North Korean leader Kim Jong Hoon confirmed that agreement to close down one of its main engine test sites and missile launch sites. That North Korea is going to suck at Tung Chung, which is a

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Trump to seek to "harden" schools against shootings

NPR News Now

04:40 min | 4 years ago

Trump to seek to "harden" schools against shootings

"Live from NPR News in Washington on core of a Coleman, President Trump is setting up a presidential commission to explore school safety. It's led by education secretary, Betsy DeVos, NPR's Scott Horsely reports. This is the president's first formal policy response to last month's deadly school shooting in Florida, the agenda ally. The White House is generally consistent with policy positions of the National Rifle Association that group supports arming teachers and other school staffers, as well as improving background checks. Although President Trump initially supported a higher age limit for gun purchases. The White House left that out of its recommendation to states. The NRA opposes higher age limits, though administration officials say the Presidential Commission will explore that idea. NPR Scott Horsely North Korean state media has been silent on the upcoming summits with the US and South Korea NPR's Illyes Hugh reports, South Korea suspects. It's because Pyongyang is being cautious North Korean state. Media hasn't covered Kim Germans invitation to meet US President, Donald Trump, the tightly controlled state information arms did note a visit to Pyongyang by South Korean on voice last week during which South Korea says, Kim invited South Korean president Moon Jae in and US President Trump for face-to-face meetings. Further the foreign ministry in Seoul says it has received no official response from the north about the US-North Korea summit Trump last week. Agreed to a meeting with Kim Jong un by May the two Koreas meanwhile will hold a summit at the inter-Korean border in April Elise Hugh NPR News soul voters in southwestern Pennsylvania head to the polls tomorrow for a special election in a congressional district that heavily favored President Trump for member station. W, E S A Lee herring reports on the surprisingly close contest polls. Show a statistical tie between Democrat, Conner Lam, a moderate and former federal prosecutor and Republican Rexecode an ardent conservative in. Member of the Pennsylvania house, The GOP isn't taking the race for granted. This past weekend Trump held a rally for succumbed to try to boost the candidate. The Republican has taken fire for running a campaign that some say, lacks the energy and discipline on Liam side for the GOP defeat here, what some called Trump country could foreshadow broader losses in the upcoming mid-term elections. National republican groups have spent millions on the race in there. Hoping Trump's visit will motivate enough voters to turn out for Sokoto For NPR News. I'm only herring in Pittsburgh. The National Weather Service is warning the Northeast that it's going to get its third strong winter storm to hit in two weeks. This could bring heavy winds and more than a foot of wet snow. That could mean more power outages on top of the outages. The customers got in the last two nor'easter's The Weather services also warning of the possibility of minor coastal flooding The storm is still developing. You're listening to NPR. The Trump administration is moving to limit who was granted asylum in the United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions has made legal filings this month that could affect people seeking the status Sessions is trying to eliminate what he calls rampant fraud and abuse in asylum applications. These have risen sharply. In recent years immigrant's rights activists save thousands of legitimate. Asylum seekers could be turned away including victims of domestic violence. Five people are dead after a helicopter crashed in New York City's east river from member station WNYC Sean Carlsson has more The Eurocopter a as 350 went down in the waters between the boroughs of Manhattan and Queens. Just after seven p. m. Sunday night Six people including the pilot were aboard the helicopter which was privately-chartered for a photo shoot police and firefighters responded to the scene. The New York City Police Department says, divers entered the water to cut loose the passengers who were still strapped into the submerge. Overturned helicopter Two people were pronounced dead on the scene. The pilot managed to free himself and was unharmed the FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating the crash For NPR News. I'm Sean Carlsson in New York in China, the National People's Congress has amended the country's constitution and abolished presidential term limits. It means at current president Xi Jinping we'll be able to rule indefinitely. A term limits were first put in place under Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping in 1982 They were intended to stop any returned to the dictatorship of Mao Tse tung on Korver Coleman NPR News in Washington.

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EU, Japan seek clarity from crisis US trade talks

BBC World Service

02:31 min | 4 years ago

EU, Japan seek clarity from crisis US trade talks

"The what is it that we have to do i mean these are reforms that belong to us and here with me for the whole program john roberts professor of creative writing at florida state university and giles cutting a form of media adviser to the british prime minister that's all here on weekends after the world news the news sports montgomery president trump's decision to impose tariffs on imported steel and aluminium we'll be top of the agenda at trade talks between the european union japan and the united states today the eu trade commissioner cecilia malmstrom has said the european union as an ally of the us should be exempt from the tariffs rob young reports ms malmstrom has said shield demand clarity on whether european exporters will be hit by the tariffs the eu has said it is prepared to take the us to the world trade organization and may take retaliatory measures against american products sold here have been mornings at a speed could slide towards a global trade war donald trump has exempted canada and mexico from the new tariffs and his hip real friends of america could be too there have been mixed messages from the fine tung's about to propose summit between president trump and the north korean leader kim jongnam mr trump tweeted that a deal with north korea was very much in the making and if completed it would be a good one for the world but earlier his spokeswoman sarah huckabee sanders separate summit would not happen unless washington saw concrete steps are actions by pyongyang the president will not have the meeting without seeing concrete steps and concrete actions take place by north korea so the president would actually be getting something it frankly the world would be getting something if we can get to a place where north korea's denuclearizing it is a massive step and it's something that will make the entire globe much safer the us lobby group the national rifle association has launched a legal challenge to new gun controls in the state of florida just hours after the signed into law they nra says the legislation which raises the legal age to buy guns from eighteen to twenty one violates the second amendment the right to bear arms allows the arming of schools stuff but does not include a ban on semiautomatic assault rifles governor rick scott said he was confident it would help prevent incidents like the park school shooting after reviewing the.

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Interesting Facts About Dolphins

Brains On!

02:05 min | 4 years ago

Interesting Facts About Dolphins

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