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"two half hours" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
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"two half hours" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Second half hour by visit with Dr Ken this week, Doug Stephan and a focus on your health and well being from the research done. By Canon, as some of the reports are annual meetings of the various groups of doctors I got. I'm just going to mention this as an aside to get kind of a kick out of looking at some videos. I'm looking around at things that are going on the world of medicine. Apparently, a representative was asked by one of his staffers. Oh, no, I think it's a woman. Uh, yeah. If you please wear a mask, and she threw the mask of the staffer I thought that was kind of, you know, in closed if you're in an office, whether it's you know that office in the White House, or rather in the Senator, House office buildings or any office building. Probably these days. It makes sense to wear a mask because you don't know who's got shots and who hasn't around you right inside. It makes sense to wear a mask. If you're in an area and many of us are With the high case rate of variant, and there's not a very high vaccination rate. Then if you're inside, and it makes sense for everybody to wear a mask, But if you're if you're not in an area with high case rate or high vaccination rate Then you have to make an individual decision. If it's already not a mandate, because in many counties, it's already going to be a mandate. And and then you have to look at yourself your own personal risk profile for getting severe covid 19. And if you have any of the risk factors, you know you're over 65 high blood pressure, Obese, diabetes, heart disease cancer. Some chronic illness, respiratory illness, Then you're going to be at high risk of getting severe covid 19 and possibly if you get any breakthrough after being vaccinated, uh, with the variant. Yeah, you You don't want that to happen. You also don't want to get long hauls, so it makes sense indoors, not outdoors, but indoors. To wear because there's an indoor virus indoors to wear a mask until you get to an area of time like we were back in June, when the case rate was so low, and even I took off of my mask when I was indoors, except when I was in a medical setting. I was wearing a mask, and I'm just hoping that this goes away. And if it follows the pathway that it has in England, hopefully in a few weeks for the longest a few months, the variant will leave will be able to get back to some semblance of order and our our own wonderful lives and then Doug, you were asking me about a third shot a third booster because this is on the tip of the tongue of many people regarding that we have these variants. Do we need a third booster? Tell me when we can talk about that. We can talk about that Now, if you'd like. Well, let's do it. Um, there's several concerns here, and we do know that the level of antibody In us whether we got it from the vaccine, or we got it from, uh, a natural level because we got the disease in time it is going down. Um, there's a study recently showing that about the modern and fighter in a in a month or two. You lose about six months sitting to me in a month or two use about 6%. Of your antibody. This is being actively study. How did uh, everybody that's within us against covid and how well it works against appearance. The decays declines and this is an area of active study and I'm sure in the next few weeks I'm going to be able to give you a crisp, clear answers about how we progress after we either get natural immunity or we get Immunity from the vaccine because it doesn't seem like it's going to last forever. And the question becomes is who should have a third booster and the boosters right now, uh, quickly the opportunities to just get another shot of what you already had either Moderna or Pfizer and they're in. The fighter has asked the FDA to approve give approval to get a third booster. The third shot and also fights remote data. Are working on a new shot that includes the variance in it, so people are gonna have to make the tough decision. Do I get a third of what I already had? Or do I wait for the new vaccine to come out that will have the variant. So this is going to be a challenging question for us. Doctors have to answer for each Patient and then we need a better test. To check our own immunity. There are some people that are stating they have it. These need to be validated. It needs to be explained to us because And everyone needs to get on the same page because if you read the FDA right now, if you go to the F, D, A and C D C, you will see that the FDA and the CDC are recommending that those of us vaccinated not to check our antibody levels to determine if we need more vaccination. And and that is contrary to what you're hearing from some people touting the availability of a blood test to check to determine if they need more vaccination. So this inherent confusion Out there for the public needs to be rectified. People need to get on the same page, and what I think is going on in this transition period is that there's an amazing amount of research being done to determine who needs more vaccination based on the decay of antibody in their own bodies, and we haven't yet come to a conclusion on this issue. And so this conflict now between what the FDA is recommending, and with Some other physicians or labs are offering where they are saying that they have a test that can tell you if you need more vaccination. This needs to be. We all need to be on the same page here and I'm urging the FDA to take it. Let the public know what they should do about this because there are being people offering these tests, and it's creating a lot of confusion. What to do. The news media takes this and runs with it and scares the hell out of everybody Fear based thinking and maybe that motivates people to get vaccinated. But I'm looking at some of the data, and I wonder if you'd like to spend a moment or two in a moment or two. Talking about the states where it is good, you know, we I said a little while ago away. Florida Taxes California, Missouri. They're all awful. We keep hearing that. But there must be I live in Massachusetts. I was looking at a chart yesterday were number two in the nation as to how many people have gotten vaccinated and how this is how little this is affecting our lives. We're not doing mask mandates. The governor says. Good idea to wear a mask if you're inside, but nobody's pounding you over the head here. And I wonder if there aren't other good stories we should tell like, that's how we relax people. I don't want to relax them so they won't get a vaccine. But just so they don't think the world is coming to an end. I'm Doug Stephan with information about losing weight and keeping it off from Calais Train. The folks who have created America's number one choice for healthy.
"two half hours" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Beyond your well fed host, Neil Surveyed a How do you do? Holy Flood. We've got jam packed freaking show today. Ah, lot to get to you've got Oh, man, everything you've got May 5th, which apparently is a big deal. They even have a special name for it. It'll come to me but a lot to get to today and we're gonna start out big. With one of my best buddies in the whole wide world. Armando dilatory from geese are those Um and we'll talk about some new stuff is well, but he's going to lead us in our technique of the week that we start out with every single Saturday. How are you, brother? It's good to see you. Hey, doing the hair These good, Thank God. Everything's good. Yeah, You're You're positive, dude, though, I You know, I'm in the worst. The worst. I've never You said I heard you, you know, Kick a cat or go. Oh, my But it depends who you ask, but I feel so blessed in my life and even those that's one thing I want to take at least a minute, just to thank you for what you did for us restaurants on your show. You know you're always telling people to go to these restaurants and what we're going through and It really did help, at least made me feel good that somebody was out there talking about this stuff, and I just want to thank you for my family and from all my employees. Thank you very much. That's that's nice of you to say I was one of many voices. Hopefully that we're just trying toe. Alan some of this out, So I appreciate you saying that brother but I've been you know, I've been in touch a lot through all this will get into what's going on. And he saw those also a new restaurant that you have on Sunset Boulevard that people that love Seafood need to know about. But let's dive into when I thought about our technique of the week and talking about doing I think of you. You're my man. When it comes just doing explain what he saw those means and and the basics of stewing. Okay, So you saw those means, uh, braise or stew is a G. So so several diesels are SA does and that's what we do in our restaurants. Again. I'm not a trained chef. I'm just the fat kid that was in the kitchen with my mom watching. And you know, she always tell me that brown the meat first. Okay, so we brown the meat If you want to be a thick gravy coat the meat with flour So brown it she she would tell me Take it out of the pot. And I remember asking. What do you think it out? You let your scowl at me? Just just do it. Take them to that better. You do it on the vegetable stock to those until the onions were ever using, because little soft look translucent. You know, just take the bite out of the balls. Season as you go. With the meat back in. Add a couple of your brazenly with just to deglaze the pan. Think to remove the French part of front. Yeah, the little bits that are better brown to the bottom of the pot. So what? You then you add your braising liquid. Just to the top of the meat and vegetables, not above it, not just to the top. And she used whatever you know, Whatever part she had, She didn't have these. What's that? That cast iron coated with? Not like you say you shouldn't have her $800 bracing pants. No started, then. Yeah. And then in those heavy duty tinfoil, uh, things that you get at the grocery store for Turkey's. She would put foil around the lip of the edge. Just keep all the steaming Well, yeah, show she want any of the steam getting out. So she kept put the lid on tight and Bring it to a boil, And once it's out of Boyle, she'd put it in the oven for two hours, two half hours. The pain of what it was she was cooking. That's what I learned was abrasive to be stew. Same thing. Now you're you know you building you're talking about building those flavors, and we hear that a lot. Chefs will say, Yeah, you know you're layering. Whether it's a seasoning like salt, or it's a flavor additives like pepper. You're kind of building those flavors. Then you get into chilies and stuff like that. But right Where do you start? Do you start with the salt when you're building that flavor base? Yeah, I season the meat. Brown it, take it out at the vegetables season. The vegetables And then if I'm gonna use wine in this particular dish like that I was making Ah Pulling days or something like that. I would reduce the wind by half first. Then I poured it and there's more fortified. And then I had whatever stock I'd be using chicken stock, the stock, veal stock, whatever using that's how would fortify the flavors? Yeah, because that reduction by the way when you hear things like reduction and you can buy You know, we associate pan or you could buy a reduction pan. That kind of goes from small to large, and you can get spoons that have measuring march on them. But when When Armando from the Sado says to reduce it. It's not only knocking it down by half. You're releasing all the water. You're it's turning to steam and now you get this really wonderful concentrate. Really intense flavor that is undeniable and can on Lee happen during that process of low slow getting that that out. And if I use herbs with the herbs, and when I put the vegetables in the least the flavor into the best, most dry or fresh at that point Uh, but usually times of time is always dry. Gotcha. Yeah, Yeah. You put it. Yeah. Because oftentimes Parsi these party at the end salon throw up, Put it in the end, so it doesn't get better. Now Some people think it's been a regardless. Yeah, I know. Yeah. People think OJ's innocent to take a swipe out of the bag. All right, my friend. Hang tight. We come back. We're gonna talk more with Armando Dilatory from geese Are those also a new venture that he's got on Sunset Boulevard. If you are a lover of seafood, this one is going to be for you. We'll talk more about doing and the beauty of stewing. It is one of those things especially and I know we're coming up against summer, but Even now, in spring, there's these cold days. Warm days. There's something about that flavor that only comes from that long process that I think is is fantastic. So stick around. We'll come back with more with my buddy. Armando, So a goat know where it is The fourth report. We're doing technique of the week. Let's get the latest news now with Amy King, who was so lucky she got to go to Disneyland, and I'm trying not to hate her in the cave. My newsroom don't be a hater that.
"two half hours" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Online dot com That's R O z. E. M s online, com Garden says is Brought you by Betty's Azalea Ranch and bear advance. It is the second half hour of Garden Sense. A special edition of Garden Since this morning, we joined in his own meeting of the James Madison Garden Club in King George Virginia. Fun group. It was a good time and the members there had a lot of questions for Eric, and we've been presenting a number of them this morning. Linda is next up, and Linda had several questions for Eric. I've got a Lovely, ornate, disingenuous magnolia that has scaled Magnolia scale so I need to put Oh spray that with dormant oil soon can you give me some tips on spring dormant oil? Dormant oil. How you got bombed. It's called All Seasons Spring coil. Look it up in the host. Do it on a day, but it's not gonna rain for at least about six hours. Don't do it in the evening when a good knife lodged Children every dry. And maybe even next week. You can have some dry days. Sunny days you could spray to going with oil and the easiest way to do it instead of mixing it get the one that you hook up to the host. I don't want to go to the oil and like the bone, I'd make shit Won't today make shit And it's all the same oil I only like if you spray they say you're gonna do you, Magnolia. And you could spend a lot of plans that like his daily stick. It lays books. You could spay. They're still but do not spray it on Japanese maples. Japanese maples do not like the dormant oil Nevertheless, you get sprayed on with anything. Does the temperature have to be a certain level to spray that? As long as you don't get crushed, but about 4 to 5 hours from it has together chance to dry out. As as soon as he's dry, it can get cold ordained again. That's fine. See what the oil does Goats. The scale. What any insect what any eggs and next, Lee smothers it. It is as long as you have been a time the foot of the dry up, carrying or get cold again. You could pay the only through trees. Do you like in the flu trees? I was sprayed the dorm a coil. And then there's another product that's called liquid cop. That's actually organic. Straight to the liquid cops. She'd adore McCall will take care of all the instruction the eggs and then the liquid cop. They will take out of any fungus that over windows, So you have a clean start in the spring. And so you could do. One day you could spray the door with all the next day we sprayed the liquid car liquid for the deep without the deal Liquid and then seop cop. And you could spay that also in any plans. I guess she'll like dog goes, can catch your fingers, even azaleas, peony anything they could get fungus beside the fruit trees by the liquid cop on him. When we meet in person, Eric, we try to have flower arrangements or decorative items. That too, a theme that specified. Can you recommend some cut flowers or are plants that we could grow? That would be good for flower arranging. Like genius. Good and you could use a haircut Flow's medicals. You can use the lilies. They're like Daylilies. And, uh, Carla Willis, you can use this cut flowers. And then the onus, real goods. She ponies one flower to deal. They're not gonna touch. Can you recommend a small tree as a replacement for a crape myrtle last year could take Silver bell,.
"two half hours" Discussed on 790 KABC
"The law firm of Rohan Gurvey and win And today as usual, I am here on a football Sunday to be the managing partner of your life. And I'm staring at a football game right now. Sitting beside a former NFL player about to speak to another former NFL player and then later in the hour will speak to May. Ray McElrath Bay who is the subject of the Disney film. It's a great movie. Called safety. They call him Ray Ray and Ray Ray, the real ray ray. Not the actor will be with us in the second half hour of Garvey's law. And if you've seen Disney movie safety, you don't wanna miss that. And even if you haven't you don't want to miss it. I wanna welcome to Gurvey Islam. My guest co host for this week former NFL player played for the Eagles played for the Raiders played for the 40 Niners. And, uh, I played for Texas Tech in college pass from home, But happily blooms could be going to the Super Bowl against Brady. Never note. I've been good one. That'll be good with toes. Elio Hanson, Welcome back to Garvey's law. Jose Leo. Thanks for having me. Thanks for getting me out the house. I've been Been in the house for since March. Just bunker and down you're in for you might be over. But you told me you played a little bit of golf though you you got because you could stay 6 ft apart. You don't have to be in anyone's face and golf. Yes, The golf is one of the sports where you you can actually social distance a little bit. So my life is pretty much been drive to the golf course and drive it home. Yeah, it would have been really strange if you were playing in the NFL. Now, you know, you got guys on the sidelines wearing mask and then they're hitting each other and tackling and everything without masks on. That would have been tough. Um, I don't know. I don't even know how how will be here to play without fans. I mean, the fans is part of the thing that pumps you up, get you when you run out that tunnel and you see your screaming fans screaming, whether it be home or away. Even now, you know, I think you get more pumped up with the way games because you're it's like you against the world. I don't know how they're doing it there in the NFC champion. I'm looking at the NFC championship right now, and it's barely anybody in the rain. Is that Z tough? It's called a stadium Jose Area arena. I think it's basketball e guess or hockey thought about that. It's been a while, but it's been a while, but but I know you're really interested in this first story because it takes place in south like text. This, which is a place that you're very familiar with. You lived down the street actually lived in teller for like Like five years. Really? Yeah. How far is that from stuff that might be 10 minutes from south leg And you know what? I have a lot of friends in Texas because I went to Texas Tech, So I have a lot of friends in the Dallas area. One of my best friends is there? Um, Charles Johnson. So, yeah. I mean, I've heard stories about this thies type of things going on. So it would be good to hear from Russell to see what we're gonna hear from it because you just said, you know, uh, Patrick Mahomes went to Texas Tech yet, Uh, you have a connection with the coach in Buffalo. Yeah. Yes, they have a hidden MacDonald, The head coach from the Buffalo Bills was my defense coordinator when I was in a Philadelphia Eagles, So I got like I told you earlier. The the, uh, any reason he has a lot of branches that he just like, Let's fall off two different different teams. And you know, a lot of coaches in the NFL came up under anyway. How do you want the number one pick overall in the draft for you. No, Um, I didn't even get drafted, so we're gonna talk to a former number one pick in the NFL draft That was in 1991 played defensive tackle for 10 seasons, mostly with the Cowboys, but also with the Raiders and the Packers. And I was happy to see the Packers lose today being a Vikings fan. Anyone who plays the Packers his my second favorite team, and I was happy to see Tom Brady win today, so he can you can nix all the Bella check is is more the reason for the dynasty and all that that stuff. So remember players on the field players are playing his coach. I don't think the coach is gonna be happy with that statement. That's okay. So Russell, Maryland won three Super Bowls. He was a pro bowler in 1993. He started 141 154 games. That's pretty good. It's like an iron man. He was the outline trophy winner when he was in college Lineman of the Year Hall of Fame College Football Hall of Fame in 2011. And you know, he had an amazing career in both college and the pros, and now he's involved in a very interesting story. This takes place in Southlake, Texas, which is a very fine school district. It's known for its good schools, and I think Russell will probably tell us that he moved his family there for the schools. And two years ago, there were two videos that surfaced of high school students using racial slurs. And it went viral from this school district. And this group got together. Joined on. Russell joined the diversity Council to try and combat this and you know, in his words, it was disgusting. Get a son who's at Carol Independent School District, and it's really interesting what happens in this story after this Diversity council developed and how there's a lawsuit and You know, we got Russell, Maryland. Welcome. Todos lo. We want to talk about this is really fascinating stuff. Russell. Hey, guys. How you doing? Hey, How's it going, man? Oh, Hope Valley. Oh, so silly. All right here. How you doing, man? Alright. Alright. Texas Tech, huh? Yeah. Texas Tech man. Yeah. Why'd you guys had to beat up on my 40 Niners back in the day so bad and 19 hated that man. Okay, Okay. You got that right now had a good run The 40 Niners..
"two half hours" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Full second half hour shot head. It will be with us. You live for the second half the show a shot will be here with us all the broadcast. He's talking about a lot of issues. You know, he comes off. We're supposed to just be talking about the fact that tomorrow you could pre order today and get it delivered tomorrow. His new book comes out, Live free or die. There in the world of the break that comes out tomorrow. It bookstores and you get saved a delivery for a place like this. I'd get a shot headed. He put that cop but I'll tell you what I know, Shod. And we won't just be talking about the book will be talking about a lot of issues. He's joined us for the full second half hour of tomorrow's broadcast. Don't forget to date or watch tomorrow We'll be right back, taking your calls on Jason alive. Stuck in travel. We've got the answer Thiss reporters sponsored by Andy dot com, So working an injury crash on the upper deck of the favorite westbound dating just Vance Traitor Island. It's in the left lane. You'll find traffic stop from the Bay Bridge Tower in Concord north and 6 80 if you approach to 42 car crash moved over to the right shoulder, more visual hazard now Cupertino, sometimes 85 Boulevard. There's a stall in the center divide and again visual hazard to 87 3 conference in San Jose, a brush fire over on the shoulder. That ramp is shut down with no estimated time for clearing and in Richmond. He's found 80 before Carlson. A car crash on the right shoulder. Strap it, Michael, if finding a high impact.
"two half hours" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"They spoke to Jordan. You were live on the air today. On Jae sik you alive? You told your story to our whole audience and about what's happening. So an A C. L. J attorney. One of us can reach out to you and try and see what assistance we can offer. You are, But I so appreciate you calling in telling the story as well. We come back, folks, We will continue the second half hour to take your calls. 168 4 31 10 We'll talk more about the school choice now Act and former U. S. Ambassador to Japan Current U S. Senate candidate endorsed by Donald Trump. Bill Haggerty will be joining us in the next half hour the broadcast. You want to check that out and is always it's a matching challenge month at a C L. J. We need your financial support. Donate online A C l j dot order Stuck in traffic. We've got the answer in pleasant in a three car crash eastbound 5 80 It's right before Raoul Ranch, it's blocking the left lane traffic stop and go from Castro Valley Boulevard. A two car crash in San Jose Sound found one on one just past Oakland Road. That's in the left hand lane. Multi vehicle injury acts and of being reported in Pittsburgh, westbound for at Bay Point that is blocking the Offramp Bay Point offer and from West bound for in Oakland, eastbound 5 80 88th Avenue. We have crashed there on the offer. Have emergency crews on scene. That's traffic. Michael. It's Jamie. Progressive Number one number two employees leave a message at the cage. Aimee. It's me, Jamie. This is your daily pep talk. I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your acapella group matte harmony, But you will bounce back. I mean, you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with the name your price tool. It should be you given me the pep talk..
"two half hours" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Well to the second half hour of the one o'clock hour we have micros in the movies coming up at two and in the meantime we're talking about the the mess that is going on downtown according to my Twitter feed more people are down there again today perhaps hoping to spray paint the capital more which will really make everyone have a serious conversation about race relations I know when I see graffiti I think to myself there's a topic not really let's go to the phones were Robert awaits Hey Robert you're on your way I'm sorry where we going in G. one or four I for something as something is not the only one robber in Cheyenne that's it Robert thank you let me get Robert in shiny and that's the problem the other robbers probably been talking this entire time I'm sorry about that guys what do you have for me well I just wondered everybody when they start doing protests I think a protest is different than a ride for one year wait ends up so but I do think that our country has been under the gun my my mom she's eighty two years old and she's been locked up in our house which he gone cabin crazy if you can understand that yeah Byron and I think that's where our whole country is and in a sense our country is at a point like a powder keg also grants to do this for all the right match and it's going you know going to go up I a lot of people feel very much like Eric screaming that they can't bring even then met me about their knack and trump I'm not the line having any kind of I I can't relate in a chance to what Mr George went through at all but you know I I feel for that family and everybody but I do think America is really a yeah three men I can't breathe yeah we they had a pro cancer during the the they should lock down but everything in that city and they basically their protest which was peaceful and organized and done right got shunned and so there that people don't feel like their voices being heard and I understand we wait I have a question okay what city are you talking about Minneapolis yeah what in Minneapolis there were also people showed up to riot and loot and create havoc yeah the same bill like their voices aren't B. I I agree with that they are not the same people but the American people do not feel like really their voice is being heard we're going to have an agenda by our media and it is like I'm not we know the truth and it's like you're not listening to us we know what's happening you know we open the two things I mean that would be sad to be translated the two things Robert I appreciate the call let me get to Ryan in Denver there in jail line too Hey Ryan you're on okay away what's on your mind what's up basically I was is that the right yesterday news pretty crazy the clash between the police and the people what what what what brought you there R. honestly I just wanted to do was going down I thought though what was happening in Minneapolis and I just thought I'd be crazy to see what's going on in Denver did you participate in the in the protest or or the rights are no so a friend and I we just kind of look back behind the big line of people and we just kinda watch was going on okay so basically you were right tourists yeah yeah you could say that okay so did you learn anything constructive from any of what you witnessed last night was there any positives that you took away from that you know it was kind of cool to see everybody come together it was disappointing for me to see everybody hating on the police that was kind of the worst part and then I got there people throwing rocks at windows that like shared in the shared and had I think three broken windows from people throwing rocks at it that was kinda those kind of crazy just to see people acting that way we I mean we afraid at all but you were gonna be hurt no not necessarily the only thing that really scare me the most was when the flash things were going off we're kind of standing there then all of them finger to kinda popping off around units Albright really loud but I wouldn't care about getting hurt because it was it was really feeling like it was the people versus the police at that point okay so were you behind the police line or behind the people line I would want people want for the most part but there are times where my friend and I we get super up close to the police just to see what they're doing and then we would be kind of at the forefront of that line but we never went behind the police line because they were I saw a girl try to go behind she got pepper sprayed we would be a good idea so what do you feel like this is something you would participate in again like thirty people massing downtown again are you gonna head down there if you had your fix R. I I don't think so I mean really honestly what I wanted to do is I just want to see what is like that in my opinion this is like history being made so it's one of those things where I can see it for myself went in you know ten years down the road it's in history books and that's kind of why I went so if it gets more intense maybe you go down there just kind of see what's popping out but I think I got my fix for a little bit approach I think they'll going on all right Ryan I appreciate that ma'am thank you for the perspective and I only got a day even bolder in G. Hey Dave you won't get away when he got good afternoon Mandy the man was just over a little bit but I haven't got the name of yours the name of the guy that you talk with you but I think a lot of people don't realize like thank you guys have to have the perspective that you guys have like what they called white privilege you guys are always going to be Hispanic or black to be always be profiled by the police so also I don't think like a liberal about because I think I might be conservative but what these people are doing that destroying other people's property is just plain ridiculous you ain't gonna prove anything wrong of anything by looting are burning places down exist it is ridiculous a lot of these parts of this race this if I could just order yet yeah you know afternoon so in particular the brain PD those guys are a bunch of racists and I can understand but I got it from a couple months ago when he arrests that guy you know the daughter but the only reason that kat kat strikers he's white but you know those guys just like Drake for cops the discount than the police so let me ask you this let me let me ask you did you hang up Jeez that's brave first of all I don't think Dave o'reilly at any point maintains that we had a way of understanding the experiences of black and brown people I don't think we've made any kind of any kind of war it to that effect I mean obviously so I I don't know why that was necessary I think that's kind of why we're having this conversation and if you guys missed the point eight on the line I would love to talk to him because you know it if your house is being robbed who you gonna call well not only that here's the thing I don't doubt that there are black and brown people who've had experiences that I will never have that day will never have because they have been I mean I I know of a guy who is honestly one of the best people I've met he's here in Denver and he is African American and he told me once that he was driving to his house in his car is very successful yes a BMW and a police officer pulled him over for no reason other than he did look like he belonged in his own neighborhood and here's this guy he's a he's a professional man he's not trying to rabble rouse but he said I think you need to understand what the actual experiences it is like in my case I'm gonna obviously hands on the on the steering wheel I'm going to do everything the officer tells me to do I'm an answer all the questions I'm gonna show my driver's license with my address on it so he knows that I'm in my neighborhood and it's okay but he has to go through all those steps when nobody ever stops me in my neighborhood nobody thought Dave in his neighborhood for looking like maybe he doesn't belong there and that that kind of experience is is what we're trying to talk about in a way that isn't every cop in wherever is racist because that that also is not productive get a yet when you say I hate all cops that's like if if you if I would say I hate all black people because I had a few terrible experiences with black people right right judge and group vice individuals or single advance is just crazy and I'm sure that he is telling the truth that he has had some really bad experiences with some bad of pennies on the Denver police force and that everyone will admit that they exist and we try to minimize that but the vast majority of the Denver police force is to be respected and should be supported thank you despite you just can never once someone says I hate followed by the name of any group you know that they're wrong people do it all the time now I mean if people so easily I wish you had stayed on the line to have more of a conversation because I think that that could have been productive could be helpful but now I could have had and I'm sure it's happened many many times he could have had a wonderful experience with the Denver police officer and then he would have loved all cops you know you you have to make some rational decisions when you're when you're talking about a group of people you can not put everybody in the same category that's always dangerous but some would argue Dave let me play devil's advocate here that that is exactly why black people have struggled because too many people treat them all the same as the common denominators so it's it's a two way street exactly but one thing I do want to say and I want to say very clearly I consider myself pro cop okay and pro cop for me means that I understand that they do an incredibly difficult job the horrible split second decision making life and death they have a very very difficult job I personally could not do so I have a great deal of respect and support for law enforcement in that respect but it does not mean that I support bad cops it doesn't mean that I I support someone who acted outside the law in any way shape or form especially someone who has the power that police officers do to deprive you of life and liberty they can absolutely ruin your life so with that power has to come a great deal of responsibility about not abusing it so in this case there may be an explanation that makes sense as to why a cop kneeled on a handcuff man's neck for six minutes but I'm gonna have a hard time with that one I'm not going it's going to be pretty damn convincing for me to think that this is not beyond what police officers are supposed to do so we're going to talk about that we're gonna talk about all of it you know so it comes back I hung up I would have liked to have continued that conversation to get Robert online for Angie Robert in Denver this is the Robert hi Robert Robert hello hello hello Robert go right ahead you know you made a comment you couldn't understand why that lady of and try to run over that guy remember Danny in their.
"two half hours" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"To hunker down in the sheltered in place if you don't think hormones don't affect your immune system you know it's it's not just the endocrine system and and moods and strains and things like that but they also affect your respiratory system and listen to this age related lung function decline accelerates with menopause resulting in lung function similar to smoking twenty cigarettes a day that's a pack a day for a decade this was European research published in the American Journal of respiratory and critical care medicine and the findings showed that the long decline in women who are going through and after menopause greater decline than would be expected by normal aging so it was a result of the hormonal change occurring at that time by the way this was a very comprehensive study because the women were followed for twenty years so they were able to actually measure lung function both before and after they went through menopause which is when the hormones drop precipitously I'm gonna talk your hormone expert in just a few minutes about telling you he'll be sharing ways to prevent that precipitous drop in hormones after menopause for women and of course Andro pause and then the drop in testosterone levels will discuss that in the especially the second half hour half hour of the show the notes on environmental health we recently did a show for a special Earth Day edition here's a that's what I like is go outside and play there's a big sticker or sign that's it that's good advice and data that maybe that's our health health by the way because if you can wherever you are even if it's out on your porch go outside and play here's another use it up wear it out make it do or do without the others so support your local farmers market yeah because you know farmers are responsible for the food on our tables add a couple more trees are the lungs of the earth so well put and then finally the a fountain not a drain not like that for mental health all right let's see we are I think yeah I think do we have our guest on the line David pres on tells you we have the guests on the line okay what Sir give the David on the line and now let's go to the let's see let's go to matters of sexual health.
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"two half hours" Discussed on WGN Radio
"In the second half hour we're going to talk to Steve Robinson is the long time marquee TV's out now but was the long time marketing chief at chick fillet and he's a got a sort of a memoir out about his time there should be a lot the chick fillet is a fascinating company to me I don't like I'd die I'd like some of what they stand for I don't like some of the other things they stand for but they're wildly successful wildly the most popular fast food restaurant chain in this country how did that happen we'll talk to Steve Robinson coming up right now look at the news headlines in in the newsroom here tend to shovel police are investigating after a man's body was found in the Chicago River on the city's northwest side fire officials say emergency crews were called this morning to the fifteen hundred block of west Webster about a person in the water the victim was discovered and was pronounced dead at the scene and the app A. A. announced this morning that operations at Ronald Reagan Washington national airport will be suspended on July fourth in the evening between six fifteen and seven forty five eastern time for the independence day fly overs in the nation's capital this year's festivities will be a little different from those of the past and only will they'll be a music festival with patriotic and pop songs performances and fireworks there will also be a military parade with those flyovers I mentioned with some tanks and a speech from the president and also a V. I. P. section and service measures union Pacific Northwest line is up and running with extensive delays hours after a pedestrian was struck and killed by a train in northwest suburban carry the deadly collision happened this morning and the victim is a female both metro and Kerry police are.
"two half hours" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"two half hours" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Four thirty one ten second half hour of jaysekulow live. We are talking, of course, Mullah report has been released the American people. Ed tha congress, and you know, the big issue was all the redaction then not that reductions, so that's not being discussed much at least while we're live at noon eastern time here on J psyche live. I don't see that much. I don't see the same kind of running to the. We saw from Nancy Pelosi, and and Jerry that we have to hear from no one's objective. That's fine. I mean, you're here for about four hundred pages you could hear from your committee hearing as well. You're not gonna get inclusion that you want and the liberal media still active shocked, which I think is part of their game because they want to act shocked on the Russia issue part of the of the issue. They wanted just act almost caught off guard. So they've got all become. You know legal analysts. On this issue of struck Shen, which still these these season prosecutors who only job was to bring cases against Donald Trump and his associates could not break. I mean, the truth go play the sound bytes about how great Bob Muller's from the Democrats. He couldn't figure out how to bring the case. If there was we know Andy, that's because there wasn't case. There was no case, you know, this was obviously contrived to discredit the president of the United States. It was done started before he was even running for office in the counterintelligence investigation during his campaign. They couldn't believe that he want on my God. What are we going to do the president one? We have to discredit him. Otherwise, we have to oust him from office. We have to have Khuda and the top officials in the Justice department. I'm not saying the line agents at the top officials contrived this investigation, and then Komi was fired. Oh, what a wonderful pretext, obstruction of Justice. The investigation went forward. Anyway, Jordan didn't stop because Comey was fired painstakingly it went through Muller was appointed. The they didn't even have the courtesy to tell the president of the United States. That mother was appointed as special counsel. The president never fired him never. Failed never certain executive privilege never withheld a document exceeded to giving answers to multiple questions under oath under penalty of perjury. What else do you want? And finally the investigation now is public. The report is out the book has been disseminated. We have no obstruction of Justice. We have no collusion and the Democrats are seizing because they can't tolerate. That fact it is. I mean, literally this book right to have. Let's go right to the phones Scott in Colorado five Scott. Welcome to jaysekulow live. Okay. Hey, guys. Thanks for my call. You know, the Democrats are to me causing the sandstorm confusing. They're trying to keep this false narrative alive. Parsing terms look into legal loopholes buying versus avalance, you know, collusion versus quote criminal conspiracy. But I think they're committing two fallacies of logic here as well not just laws of civil law, but also laws of logic in the first is the law of non contradiction. It's true that it's opposite cannot be true. Trump is not guilty as the evidence shows, and he can't be guilty in the second fallacy of logic. I believe is called a non sequitur meaning in this case just because this doesn't mean that just because general bar is the attorney general under Trump does not mean, he's not professional but not me not objective. The line handpicked attorney general what attorney general's not. I mean, I say these are these are the confer positions. It's not the entire department Justice. But the DOJ is not the IRS. It's not like there's only one political appointee. Their entire.
"two half hours" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"So this is the second half hour. Let me just reset the stage in case you're just joining us the department of Justice decided to announce this really early afternoon right after noon eastern time. I think it was like eleven fifty eight AM eastern time eleven fifty nine AM eastern time this guy reported so basically the very end of the morning because I'm sure they've been getting I can't even imagine how many reporters calling them asking. When is this report coming out? And remember when it comes out it's being released simultaneously, the mullahs report to congress and the American people. So it's just went to congressman for two weeks. It'll be there and then ultimately Bates simultaneous release. So we now know listen closely. It's it's confirmed, especially if you're just joining us that the Mola report will be released all of you. You tol of us and all of our members of congress on Thursday morning. Now morning could be very early in the morning. I mean starts at midnight. You know, it could be it could be I think it would be something that's at midnight. Like, a news article would be that's what a lot of the news post for the next day. But I think it could be a stand as you said it could be something where by the time you're sitting in your desk in Washington. The report has been released what you mean something like, maybe a seven AM eight AM eastern time release. I think that's what I would guess Jordan. If you're interested in this report, I would recommend going to bed early on Wednesday and being prepared to rock and roll pretty early. But look, I do think this is appropriate to because you're interested in the content of this report, the other thing, I would recommend is that you actually read it rather than listen in the in the minutes to follow it to the statements that have already been written. I mean, I can I can probably right. The statements that will come from Jerry Nadler, and Adam Schiff and Elijah Cummings and the leadership in in an house of representatives, the minority in the Senate, Jordan, I think those statements have been written, and I would encourage people. On all sides of the issue. Even though I don't think this is a report that should have sides. I think you should be looking at the facts. But let's read the report, Jordan, let's read it rather than listen to the immediate response that will be given without the people delivering and having read it, and then let's turn to the people involved in see what their responses, but let's start with the facts, let's start with the report actually says, and then we can return to discussion of the public policy fixes that need to take place. Absolutely. Oh, hey, one eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten to talk to us on air told you taking a lot of calls for doing it right off the top in this. First segment. Ryan an Idaho on line three. Ryan. Welcome to Jay segula live. Yes. Thank you so much for taking my call. My question is I heard an estimate of them all report at thirty eight million dollars. And I'm saying. To walk into a Bank or extort, somebody thirty eight million dollars. Wouldn't there be some accountability? I mean is there is there anything to say that we can go back and find that this was a plan to flee the American people out of thirty eight is there any accounts? Listen, I think for the Democrats this huge disappointment already. I mean, remember when you in power special counsel their job is to investigate whether there are prosecutions, they can bring whether laws have been broken and prosecutions, they can bring they have brought some prosecutions along the way the mullahs report in the special counsel team, the most high profile by Michael Cohen, which really related the southern district of New York and was kind of service kind of given out in line to congress and in this campaign finance issue payoff issue. So in his got transferred to the southern district of New York. So really the biggest one was the Manafort stuff and that had nothing to do with the Trump campaign nothing. Russia was actually Ukraine, and it was Ukraine like in twenty twelve so well before the Trump campaign, a again, like people mentioned that Carter page was the basis for the Fiso that got on the Trump campaign, and he's not he didn't get indicted, and so is facing legal issues. George popadopoulos light FBI investigators when it was only a week in jail. I.
"two half hours" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Thanks for joining us. The second half hour. Let me get you updated. We have filed holding my hands right now, we have filed a formal legal complaint with the Ohio State board of medical examiners. About this. I'll read it for you. We are writing to file a formal complaint against Dr lark lava physician who currently has an active license with the medical board of Ohio that is set to be effective through June. Twentieth. Twenty twenty one the license type is a trading certificate DO with license number than the license number is there. We talk about the tweets her social media commentary, and we we say that the purpose of this letter is to officially asked the board to revoke her medical license permanently. So no other clinic might inadvertently hire her. And no other patients might be put at risk. We also reserve the right to take legal action. We've identified six out of the nine founding principles of the American Medical association's code of ethics. She's violated just by these commentary six of the nine founding principles. That's before you actually get into their code of ethics and then two of their code of ethics provisions would involving dispensing drugs. Remember, I guess the most. Davis tweet here infamous tweet is saying I'll give Jews the wrong medications, by the way, would she said juice used a derogatory term say Jews. There's also a ethics code for the American Medical Association, professionalism, the use of social media baloney. Make it clear the ACL Jay is asking for her license to be revoked permanently by the Ohio State board of medical examiners. One eight hundred six eight four thirty wanted to talk to us all the air. Let me go tortilla studio with a west Smith is joining us to idle west you've wanted to comment on this. This is a matter. She's licensed, it still is out there that she has this license. It work though. The Cleveland Clinic do the right thing. Her school has done the right thing that the Ohio State board of examiners may not want to take the the furthest Steph, which is complete revocation, right? Which is exactly what they need to do. She managed to violate not only the spirit and the ethics of the American metal medical association and the American osteopathic association. She violated human decency. This young doctor is a spouse. Terrorism literally espousing Carrozza, doctor and violent views often lead to violent actions. She offered support in her tweets for terrorist organizations, which actually as we speak are killing people while she's threatening and calling for the killing of Jews. As I read through these stories, you know, is shocks the conscience. I think about all of my doctor friends who serve in the armed forces of the United States, and I've served with them, and I know many of them and the countless times in Afghanistan, Syria and Iraq, they have brought in terrorist who have just moments before killed US soldiers, and those doctors will work on that terrorists to save the terrorist life. That's what doctors do what they're supposed to do the national judge jury. Yeah. And she violates not only the code of ethics of these professional organizations, she's violating the standards of human decency and of the spirit in which all doctors are supposed to. Operate and thankfully, the spirit in which most doctors do operate a phone call very quickly. But Ellen in California who is a doctor Ellen. Welcome to j Sekio live. You're on the air. Hi. Taking my call. Yeah. I just wanted to make a comment. My my husband, and I are both traditions. And when we heard the story, we were just deeply disturbed by it, and you know, asset physician. I mean, we have our religious and political views. But as soon as somebody walks in that door who needs your help to help the stain their life all of that goes out the door, and you treat that person as living individual in the life itself is so much more important than all these other issue, and you do not allow your feeling to dictate or influence.
"two half hours" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"The second case was more absurd. The second case was also because this is a lot of the shows have three it's a twenty two shows on twice a day. Right. But yeah, it's it's two half hour episodes. But within each f our I think, there's always multiple cases. Okay. And sometimes, you know, sometimes three the second up withdrawing gonna talk about one of them. There's three cases. But here the first case is sort of so such such a big time one that the second one is kind of not filler, but. Slotted in a much shorter K okay to set things up. Okay. This is the case of Jeff Stewart versus hunter kimchi, Jeff Stewart and his wife own some sort of like Airbnb where people can do winter activities, and they rented it to this guy hunter and his friends. Hunter was not the main renter, but he was one of four broS that rented this place to go ice fishing. And the issue is that there was some damaged onto the roof that this house is very unusual Keiv where it's sort of like built into the side of a hill. And then hunter and his broS took a snowmobile over the roof of this home numerous times, and there was some damage that was done to the roof where on the inside. It looked like some of the sheet rock was damaged. Structural damage. But it looked like that. There was you know, enough cosmetic damage done to the house that you could see it on the inside in the ceiling. I would say, you know, because of we can't really post the episode for listeners to watch judge Judy will sue us. But if you're wondering, what hunter looks like you already know. Like, he looks exactly like thank you twenty two year old, bro. He was allegedly there to ice fish with his broS for three days. There was also some other broS that were staying at a nearby hotel that we're also staying with them judge Judy claims that that hunter was using the roof of the house as a mogul. She would use the word mogul, no less than a dozen times yet by Christine who was very helpful. Also wrote in when she said this episode like juicy no a mogul is like a like a bump on a ski hill. Yeah. It was like seeing the, you know, who you're like do a lot of people don't know what a mogul is. You know, what to be honest. I I was judge Judy knew it a mogul was. Yeah. By the way, I'm not so shocked, but also is like an Olympic thing. That is my thing. It would be weird. If I didn't know what a mobile. Yeah. Okay. As somebody who hates the cold and doesn't skateboard. I remember mogul from playing skater die on intendo. I think the only mogul is I think mostly known with regard to skiing. I think it's mostly known in regards to being sort of a big player in business or media. Well, that's a different definition of the same. Am. Yeah. Much more steam locomotive with three pair of driving wheels and one pair of small wheels in the front. Several meetings. Okay. So this seems like it's a pretty clear cut case that Mr. Stewart is trying to get roughly twenty five hundred dollars to repair the damage done to his house, but hunter does not deny snowmobiling over the roof of the house and using the roof is mogul repeatedly. But he feels as though the damage done. How do we know he caused the damage to the ceiling? I think it's a good question. I think if I was lawyer I'd be arguing the same thing. And we did it. Yeah. You would think that he would have the defense of. Nope. Nope. We definitely didn't go snowmobiling on the roof of the house. That was that was not us. You can't prove it. Instead hunter has brought a DVD with him to the cord to show. Judge Judy evidence of him snowmobiling on the roof. Oh, yeah. It's like if OJ brought the video if I did it here's how but it was a video not a book. Yeah. This was rising move. Because I thought that this was going to be a video that was gonna prove your honor as you can see by my video, it could not have possibly been me who broke the roof of the house using it as a mogul. That's clearly not me..
"two half hours" Discussed on This Is Only A Test
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