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Panel backs moving opioid antidote Narcan over the counter
"U.S. health advisers say the overdose reversal drug naloxone should be made available as an over the counter medication. It's the latest government proposal to increase the use of the medication against the opioid overdose crisis, which kills more than 100,000 people in the United States annually. The nasal spray version Narcan is already available without a prescription in all 50 states, but switching it to over the counter status would allow Narcan to be sold in vending machines, supermarkets, and other locations. There are labeling concerns which the drug maker says they will work on, and the FDA still has to make a final decision, but government officials hope that moving naloxone beyond the pharmacy counter will boost sales with potential to lower costs. Currently, the drug can cost $50 for a two pack when not covered by insurance. I'm Lisa dwyer
"two packs" Discussed on Power 106 FM
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"two packs" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"To do whatever it takes for as long as it takes and as the science improves, and we are able to use improved techniques to extract and analyze the DNA that is available to us from these remnants that we go back to them, and we continue to try to make a new identification. Of course. In the beginning, the process was much more rapid because The specimens were easier to work with, at this point where working with fragments of bone, some of them very, very small the size of a tick tack. But the power of DNA is that the only need a little bit to make an identification. The DNA, though, does need to be intact and the conditions down at ground zero that day on 9 11, and in the months and years after that, Were absolutely the worst that could be imagined for maintaining the integrity of DNA. There were, of course, the explosion the fire the fuel from the Jets, the water from firemen trying to put out the fires. All that degrades DNA, as does the passage of time. So we were faced with specimens that you know are in. You know, previous times, it would be unheard of to get any kind of DNA from them. But you know, we continue our efforts. And now technology is so much better that we can get identifications from even smaller, more degraded fragments of DNA, and that's what we're working with now. Better extraction techniques. And then better techniques that analyzed. Yes, I mean, for Lay people listening. Can you explain a bit about what those advances have been? Sure at the beginning we were trying to extract DNA from all the specimens and bone in particular is very difficult to extract DNA from and over the years we've developed improved techniques in order to get more DNA out of even smaller pieces of bone and get out more efficiently. So that's what we have been working with over, especially over the last few years in the fall. Now we are going to be starting to use a new technique called Next Generation Sequencing, which will it's an even more sensitive techniques so that we will be able to generate DNA profiles from even smaller fragments of DNA. And this kind of technique has been used by others, Uh, in remains, for example, from various wars and those kinds of situations where the DNA is also very degraded. So we are hopeful. That this more sensitive technique will in the future. Allow for more identification. What does it mean for the families who know that their loved ones? Have been lost and have known it for many years to actually get the phone call to hear that there has been a and identification made. So let me start by saying that we know the wishes of every family. Some families do still want to know if we make an identification, and some families have chosen not to hear from us. And families cannot course change their mind about that. You know, as years go by, as new generations of family members are making these decisions, and a family can always reach out to us on their time schedule. And ask if there have been any update, given that the families who do want to know which is the majority are extremely grateful for our continuing efforts, and the times that we have been able to make these identification even so many years later. Are some of the most rewarding tons of my career to sit with families and to tell them fat. Finally, we have found something of their loved one. And I've had numerous families say to me that you know, I really thought I was going to die. Without knowing for sure that mine son, for example, was was killed that day without knowing for sure without a scientific identification. And the relief in the voices and on their faces of having a little bit of their loved one to either, you know, bury or happen, remain in the repository down at ground zero. I can't say it gives them closure, but it makes them feel a little bit little bit better. I was Dr Barbara Sampson, the chief medical examiner of New York City. Lebanon may have just announced a new government more than a year after the previous administration quit following the Beirut port explosion, But it remains in an economic crisis. Some people are experiencing power cuts of 20 hours a day while motorists queued for hours to fill that petrol tanks. The British Embassy in Beirut has repatriated diplomats because of the fuel shortage and hospitals have cut back on essential services from Lebanon. Our Middle East correspondent Quentin Sommerville, sent this report. Okay, okay. But in Lebanon's southern city of Sidon, it's as dark as a tool. There's barely been electricity for a week and the city's all passageways, locals use phone lights that cut through the gloom. With no fuel. Even generators have stopped working. They are surrounded by candlelight is Hassan Horseshoe. 98, then news I think medication for chronic disease. I was told we can get it in Beirut, but for double the price and still couldn't get it. We can't even find cough, medicine and Panadol. Everything is running short. The currency is now worthless and most people savings have disappeared in the financial crisis last week, Bread was in short supply. This week. It's bottled water. Ali. Chama is another side and resident lived that we don't have a statement all this man in the presidential palace Should be burned and alcohol. Is this alive? I had to go back for two packs of bread, one for me and one for my daughter, and it's not cheap to assist the other. Holding has become commonplace at a petrol station inside and confrontation between the army and locals. Things are so desperate troops have been deployed at petrol stations across the country become.
"two packs" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Yeah. What it is to me, then you don't allow for uber rides until that is completely done on that individual And you have released them completely from your Care or whatever you want to call it in. No way Are you having me believe that you are vetting strongly? And while you're still in the process you're allowing uber to take them wherever and maybe not return. 60,000 have already been brought here. NPR is reporting that many of them have no paperwork. None. Nothing when they show up. They just somehow got on planes and they are now here. So this member of Congress is standing up and saying, I'm hearing from a lot of whistleblowers, Mr President, what's going on here? And the last thing Biden wants to do is talk about Afghanistan. President say he is going to answer that, just as he has answered on the southern border. We're not going to hear anything on it, and you can better bet today after he gives his speech. His handlers will have told him not to take any questions to walk out and leave. Yes. Get out of there because they don't want to take a chance of even having one question about Afghanistan, asked where he will have to stumble through it, Let's go to South Austin can't welcome to K. L. B. J. How are you Can't find Good morning. Good morning Jim Melinda's point about the test not being readily available. I just left Walgreens and backdrop Texas with two of the two packs for quick test at home in my car, they are readily available for roughly $11 a test all over the United States and possibly the world, so having to drive an hour to go get tested is ridiculous statement. I thought so. Canon when I heard that, I mean, I thought it was just so ridiculous and even bothered to gather the sound sound for you guys to hear, But I just thought, Where is she coming up with that? But that's going to be part of what they pushed today. Hey, we re realize you can't get a test. We're going to make sure that we amp that up for you Can't Thanks. You have a good day, sir. 51283605 90 Caller. Texas Mark and Melinda News Radio K. L. B. J. Mark and Melinda on news. Radio K L. B. J If you're a business owner, Are.
"two packs" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"Yeah. And there's, I call them summons. I don't know what you would call them, but there's guns later that you can sign. You can summon a pissy mushroom. And he's constantly, grumbling and killing people. You can also, I got that one, dude. He, and by the way, when you level him up, that guy is like, it's almost like, do you guys remember Overlord one, and two packs? That's how it felt. So, I got them, and I got these Chomp Bots there, and you can get more and more as you upgrade. So, I upgraded both, those and I would go into a battle, just be like a new age them and then step back and the bad like transource Rex, like there's like, and I'm just like, haha, it was it's that to me is a way that somebody else may not play at all. And yet it's still, it's still viable and I think that that's something that goes so good plane as we speak. Just got the fungus Guy game in therapy. Says, yeah, any expectations Is for any expectations for cash media in 15 minutes. I don't know what that means. Am I the only person that talks? Maybe I read his cock. Yeah. Yep. I read it as Coke like commanders, exactly. Yeah, they must be doing drinks later. They must be doing a like, what about an event. There's a brand of amps guitar amps that that's cock and it's pronounced cock as well. So it is, it is there's a lot of camps. Shit, s CS with two eyes, German Branch. Yeah. The first time I saw those I was all I got one of those. They're, they're good. I mean they're considered like some of the best stuff you can buy but Any Impressions about Battlefield. What do you guys think about that? So I mean it's CGI to me. God is. Yes, the only thing that I really does is like Battlefield 2005 or something, right? The the the the cover image is military dude with a spot of red and the blue background, so it's.
"two packs" Discussed on Story Pirates Podcast
"Back to the pirates podcast everyone where we take stories britain by kids and turn them into sketch. Comedy and i can't people with the mustache. I didn't realize you were such a big fan of magic are growing up would watch all of those magic specials on tv. I always dreamed of daggett to see a magic show in person and now my dream is coming true says here. The program magicians name is octavian. The great that's the name magician decided to go with. Does it sound so great to me. Sounds a little first choice. Come we don't be such a spoilsport. Octavius is like one of my favorite octopus magicians in the world. Actually i think he's the only octopus magician in the world. Okay well florrie the magic show starts. Can we all just do a story burst. Yeah great listeners. For this first story. I actually have a recommendation for how you should listen. So if you're in a place where it's safe to do so. I want you to lie back. Close your eyes take a deep breath and maybe turn up the volume. Just the lou. Then let your imagination run wild as you listen ready. Okay here we go. Here's the author introduce it nine as izzy and six years and they've got a nice during kakaako sweater. There two packs goals that had mom sweater. Imagine own sticks of time arched.
"two packs" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"The question, at least get some good Janet Brown. The problem is we get some days Jaylen, Brown is, you know, Bobby's MVP and other days he's, you know, standing on the sidelines off. All right. What if it's mean, what if it's March March Rob Williams, right? Yeah, probably was a Savage. I know I'm opposed, he's ten and ten, three blocks here. An this shelf for my 4 month. He did not go through a few games, but for the most part of March, he did that, the drug significantly, raise the defense of sailing of the team as a question, you gotta ask there for, for stretches. He did. That's what that's what I'm talking about month. Because after talking about March rob you got a legitimate argument there, you know, they all have a great defense then obviously you still lose a lot of scoring power but I mean I just think his energy is someone contagious. What when he's healthy, right? Like God, we knew he wasn't healthy. Like before they actually started taking him out again cuz you could just see it. Like energy wasn't the same, but when he was himself, I honestly on both of us before, I think it resonates with his teammates. And I think, you know how long this situation, maybe you win a few more playoff games. I'm not quite sure I was going to put you in space to win a home playoff series. Where is Jaylen Brown? Probably going to help you win a playoff series, but you you you change the way you play in the sense though. Right off. What do you guys both? You need both really does any Bowl. Yeah, to get the get to these cars. Final seating, both Jalen's a ceiling razor, Rob's doing little things that you need and the little things always matter. Again, we've talked about how the Celtics of almost ignored local things, when it comes to, how they put in this roster together. Where's your passing specialist? Where you should defend their Off the Bench, where is your veteran off the vents, a veteran presence wage. Rob. Fortunately, for them filled the passing, hope that they needed was a vertical spacer. So we had helped, make other guys better from what John saying. Did anyone make their teammates better this year than Rob did like every he always helped guys when he was on the court? That was his intention when he came out of office was so underrated because it's not about him, putting the ball to the hoop. It's just whether it was the passing, or whether just as mere presence of, getting the having someone to load the ball, you know, into the paint. Yeah. And create because he would, you know, double teams come around him or or just he has the skill set to two packs of all out and he's a pretty, he's a good passer for a big May certainly improve that part of his game and you saw how much impact could be the offense. Overall, he come back. So to like it's terrorists out like if you give them that week he'll probably stay a little bit better. I don't think he'll be a hundred percent but he could be ready for that playing a game. And it just how much, how much of an impact? Does that make upon return? Yeah, I think it would think you would think that's wrong. Game time decision and every single game at this point. Yeah, I think it would make a huge impact. I mean he was a great I think it was great best passing big. I mean he opens things up. He runs the reruns the floor guys going. Like they they can sort of work the ball through him on, on the offensive side there, he's hasn't like really good connection. He had.
"two packs" Discussed on Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast
"This all this talk about battle styles and all the stuff. We're going to open up battle styles. Today team poops to send us over some battle styles. Yes again if you haven't been to any of their live breaks. Please follow them on twitter. Find the next break. They have a ton of fun and there are also people. They're so busy on online on twitter. Yeah no it's it's crazy to see like so much engagement happening. And got so much positivity happening over there so a lot of people community are are are down with them so yes. Don't take our word for it as they say. Yeah i'm gonna go. I already you know. Tear the pack a little bit. Yeah you're halfway there. All right code card is six wide six m h j. l. c. k. six p. nine are. I don't know why that was so hard to say. That sounds like the longest of life. It was just a low energy. Okay single will strike scroll scroll of scorn grump pig. Phero fomented a m- awhile a monkey. A horsey looks like it's got misprint. Mike almost like ink stain or something at the top of liquor tongue. Reverse hollow is cheryl and a rare lick lick lily liquid. Likly luma god. I'm not going to go through that again. No fire few listen to our well alert. Alert up podcasts. I do with ken. Lilly was a topic of discussion. As i didn't know how to say it. All right in my pack the code cards six n. j. p. p. g. y. four b. q. To him good luck everybody out there. Let's pull something good shall we. We got you better energy. Heat more phoebe. Rapid strike energy soleil glider. What i saw it pink in for some reason in my head was shining like what so shiny now ball toy elected buzz reverse hollow horsey atta non hollow hilarion. Slow bro man. Adam nothing nothing. There's always next week. Yeah i have some extra packs. I'm gonna open not from ten comics. Big thank you to them. These are not sponsored by them. But we're going to do it now because look the homeys and We to pull something on the shelves. And i just i have two packs of champions paths but open Let's let's get ready everyone. Let's pull them a champs de z. T six in q four zijie six. Cdm thanksgiving the champ. Yeah purple energy milomar. Great ball milo swab lou sizzler feed. We'd clearance exude rock rough verse hollow turf field stadium and jessore. Okay all right. You pulled something. Yeah my money was on the champ. We'll see what happens in the second backout just because just because i like opening cards champions bath. Everybody's favorite sets yeah. This is the steam siege of our time except this has charm started to charts. But it's the steam siege of our time. Dj y for w g v l r seven esteem siege. Because they're gonna they're gonna start putting this set in boxes staff stark. I hope they don't do that suspicious. Food in high-propulsion malabar carbon swab lou. Full picks trobisch rowley..
"two packs" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"Back i used to be apprehensive and nervous about Making calls a week to need to make to Collect money from people that own me. Money for the business stuff. So i used. I used to be apprehensive and nervous and full of tension and anxiety about that. I'm willing to learn to be more common deal. That would deal with that more more confidence and my on the right track. Absolutely one hundred percent asked me to say i need to say that out loud to myself in in the morning because that's the first the first thing i have thought i have in the morning. Oh god i got call get up in call and to your point i will. My personal assistant will say oh match stress out about that. Let's take that off his list. But that doesn't make distress. Go way that just compounds tomorrow morning when i wake up. It's twice as as as The mountain is twice as high. And i'm more twice as stressed out by it the next day so i can't keep Putting it on adding on exactly. Now there's something else that you mentioned here this tool that. I'm giving us a two step technique. That will help definitely I'm gonna give you another quick tool for this specific item because you mentioned You mentioned a behavior that you do not like to so my my job in part of what i do is to look back and see what is the cause of this. What's the intention behind this behavior of procrastinating. What does that do for you so when you find out what it is that that makes you want to do this. Bad habit of procrastinating. You can find another way to fulfill it so sometimes it's fake Smoker for example so This client was a smoker. Quit smoking two packs a day to win cigarette today so good job and then did that on their own. And then after a few sessions together could not get rid of this one cigarette every night and every night there was this super strong craving could not get rid of that one cigarette tonight so after a few session figured out that his father had passed away is father was a smoker. So that cigarette was the connection with his father so they was. There was an intention behind the behavior so knowing that intention behind the behavior he figured out that okay. When i'm craving the cigarette is because i want connection with my dad so now opens a photo album and look at pictures of his dad and memories and whatever and the cigarette craving goes away because all he wanted was a connection with his dad's same with a client. That was eating chocolate in san diego called me up and said i've heard that you can help me with this. I used to work for chuck chocolate company back in canada and then moved to san diego. I'm doing something completely different. So you've you already have guessed. Whenever she had the chocolate craving it was because she was craving or time when she lived in canada with her friends all she has to do is to go on facebook and look at pictures of of her friends. Call her friends up. She's missing or friends from canada from when she was working at a chocolate company. It's pretty obvious in this case. Let's look at your case. So i feel that. There's a limiting belief behind the asking for money. Maybe it's a financial a financial at the identity level member mentioned with six different layers of the brains of the identity level. There's the there's the The i'm not worth to get paid kind of thing when also i don't deserve this money and i had a huge limiting belief myself about money when you live when you live paycheck to paycheck. Because if you make more money you spend more right. So i was really good at at making money and i actually sold a business in my twenties and i might the kind of money you know that i would not have had to work very hard for the rest of my life two years later. Where was this money gone. Because i had this limiting belief that i was really good at spending money so i had to change my limiting beliefs about money. So maybe there's some work that needs to be worked i into do you deserve this money while hell. Yes because look at what. You're doing like that. This show is allowing all many audience members to to see their message or see so if you have to collect the money. You're doing them a favor so it's to change and refrain this limiting belief. That's gonna be working hand in hand with the two step technique because there's very often the limiting belief. My husband wanted to lose some weight and we eat oatmeal in the morning and he would eat toast with it. So he said because. My background is also Nutrition and my first book was nutritionist. Friendly a brand that is healthier for me. What kind of brad can i eat as to. Why do you need the brightest. The world bowl of oatmeal is. I don't feel full after a bowl of oatmeal. So find me another brad so instead of finding him. Another kind of bread i said. Why don't we change the limiting belief instead that you need to full. You don't need to feel full. Our ancestors did because they had to haunt for three until they will kill the next prey to eat again. That's why we have a big stomach. We don't need to fill it not in our society in two thousand twenty one so by changing the limiting belief combined with that to step technique. I think you might be An how do you change limiting belief with the two step technique. So you would say. I used to believe that i was charging too much for my show which you're probably not or. I used to believe that. I did not like to collect money. I then then you say. I'm in the process of understanding that. It's my duty to be stinking rich because i do good with my money. I hope people. And i. I have this amazing platform for people to share their message and for people to watch and to get better and all my gosh like i. It's a cell like it's an emergency because all your audience members they they need your show. Who are you to keep that from them. Just because you're afraid of asking this guy for money like what would you think you are. You mean like you're depriving all these people from your amazing.
"two packs" Discussed on Real Monsters
"Must've been laughing after you dad into the restaff david or maybe not. It is florida after all. It might actually be required by law that you give somebody oil in arc and must somebody. You don't want it from her. Probably written into the statute books in florida at see florida man and san antonio city employees crashes city truck after stealing grills from spring hill Grills it's what bringing it was so on sunday. Her nando county sheriff's deputies responded to a residence on the eleven thousand block adele jin boulevard in reference to the report of a conveyance burglary in a petty theft. The victim reported is inside of his home when he heard a knock at the front door. Upon answering the homeowner observed a unknown white male later identified as forty year-old israel. Huron said the victim. I'm here for you. The victim masked huron must've been mistake. Kin key acknowledged mistaken. Walked away from the residence at is weird. The victim observed huron getting into white were truck with an unknown symbol on the side. The victim quickly noticed to grills located next is garage. Were missing the victim than checked inside of his vehicle and found two packs of cigarettes and a lighter. We're missing out now. We're following the incident. Deputies received a report of a traffic crash on emerson boulevard involving a white were a truck which had hit a tree and partially overturn.
"two packs" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Got police bother me put. Don't let object back to what the what you got to make it funny. I don't play in the state gets a leg up breath changes by two packs. You for talent. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the quarantine report i mean goodman is we continue to look at voting rights. We turn now to the fight over voting by mail. Republican lawmakers across the country are moving to make it harder for voters to cast ballots by mail. Even though some states have safely conducted elections by mail for years on thursday texas state senate passed a sweeping voter suppression bill that includes a provision to make it illegal for local election officials to send vote by mail applications to voters even if they qualify joining us now is oregon's democratic governor kate brown. She's the national chair. Vote from home. She served as governor since two thousand. Fifteen oregon was first state in the country to institute voting by mail and to establish automatic voter registration. Ninety two percent of eligible or are now registered to vote governor brown welcome to democracy now. Can you talk about what oregon has done. All of these years. The safety of voting from home in terms of voter fraud and the attack on it. Now thanks amy. I so appreciate the opportunity to be on the program. This morning oregon the country several decades ago with the passage of an initiative to enable oregon voters to vote by mail. Vote from home. And so we've been voting by home by mail since the late nineteen ninety s and it. It's extremely successful. It's successful because oregon voters find it convenient and In this state we believe that your vote is your voice and every single voice matters so our efforts both from democratic side in the republican side have been to ensure access to this very fundamental right because we believe that chrissy works better when every eligible american every eligible oregonian can participate in addition to that Oregon led the way with our automatic voter registration. Bill that was legislation. I craft when i was secretary of state We now have over ninety. Two percent of oregonians registered which is extraordinary in oregon is frankly the most accessible State to vote in the country. The automatic voter registration is really groundbreaking and seventeen states have followed our lead but the goal here is to make it as convenient and accessible to register as possible. And frankly you go get your driver's license here in the state and you are automatically registered to vote. You can certainly decline if you choose to. But it puts the burden on Oregonians that don't wish to participate and that's exactly how it should be in a democracy but it's really bad paradigm shift all organizations from the league of women voters to our student association groups to students organizations like the bus project All of these organizations are now spending their time to educate to engage and to empower voters across the state. All of the resources that went into voter registration are now being used to engage voters. that's the right paradigm shift arizona. Iowa can you talk about the efforts to suppress voting by mail there. These are efforts in states like iowa. States like georgia states like arizona to shutout voices of eligible voters. And it's both racist. It's broken and it's undemocratic And it should be unacceptable. And that's why. I'm supporting both. Hr one in hr four in the us. Congress i think it's critically important That are federal Elected officials take action to preserve the very fundamental right to vote but these actions are because conservatives because republicans don't want to hear voices they don't wanna hear black voices they don't wanna hear brown voices they don't wanna hear indigenous voices. They don't wanna hear women's voices. We have to do everything we can. We have to hold these legislators who voted for these racist policies. We have to hold them accountable. And i'm so delighted to be participating in our vote from home organization because we're going to do exactly that and we're gonna continue to engage in a power voters in the states and make sure that their voices can be heard. I'm before we go kate brown. I wanted to ask you about the significance of this week. It's the first week of the derek chauvin trial Accused of murdering Floyd george charge with vert of murdering george floyd protesters in portland took to the streets for more than three straight months following his death and in response to the protests last year. Donald trump tweeted anarchists agitators protesters who vandalized or damage our federal courthouse in portland or any federal buildings in any of our cities or states will prosecuted under our recently reenacted statues and monuments act minimum. Ten years in prison. Don't do it. He tweeted contrast this response to how he and the republicans have responded to the insurrectionists in the capital on january six. Well shame on him. It is appalling. The hypocrisy the corruption and of course the chaos of the trump administration in oregon. We support the right of folks to peacefully protests and honestly given what is happening in legislatures across the country. We have to use every tool. We can to hold legislators accountable. I also working with local elected officials to make sure that folks who do not protest peaceful who commit person or property damage are held accountable as well shame on donald trump this past summer in portland oregon hundred day protests that we saw against the racism and police brutality that culminated in a death squad style. Assassination by us. Marshals of the anti-fascist activists michael rhino. Can you talk about this..
Over-the-Counter COVID-19 Rapid Tests to Be Available at Major Pharmacies
"Available without a prescription. As NPR's Selena Simmons Duffin reports. These tests for the Corona virus could soon be on drugstore shelves. The tester Abbotts by next now test and the Quiet Del Quick View test. Both use simple swabs and test strips to give results in about 10 to 15 minutes. These aren't the first rapid at home test to be authorized by FDA for use without a prescription. Another made by a loom is not yet in stores, and it's expected to cost around $30 protest. These tests are simpler and cheaper. They're expected to be sold in drugstores in two packs for around 15 to $20 public health experts say that rapid at home testing, along with other public health tools, like vaccines could make it easier to tamp down outbreaks before they spread out of control. Selena Simmons Duffin. NPR News Police in Orange, California near Los Angeles, say a mass shooting has left four
"two packs" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences
"Western medic medicine doctors. There are lots of people out there who are trained to help you with that kind of went off there now. That's i think the message here is in this. Is i will quote dr call will s olsen he is. He's incredible if you want to know anything about heart disease. That's the man for you. I can't say enough about him. I i will stop here. Because i will get off on a tangent. But he did say this genetic slows the gun in lifestyle pulls the trigger so we can't use our genetics. Excuse scapegoat or honest with adopted homey. No no and no again. You have more control of your health. Then you genetics. Your genetics are there absolutely. You can be predisposed but something has turned it on right correct. This is why you see. Some people like for example super-quick. My mother who sixty six smokes two packs of cigarettes per day and has since i was born so forty seven years of smoking cigarettes two packs per day. She's a heavy smoker. She is asked shitload of vegetables and fruits because that is prevalent in eastern europe. And that's from and my mother like you think she should be gone by now because obviously smoking cigarettes we already know is now good for you. However she's hanging in there in not only that she is. She is active. She's just she's doing her thing. And i sit there like. Oh my gosh okay. So maybe she has good genes because guess what somebody if know. Fifty died of lung cancer because they smoke three packs in their life like the anti life right so again. It's eugenics sir there but something is turned on. Something is to trigger that cross so doctor. S olsen is very point on when he says these things because it's true but we believe because that is what we're taught. Is that what you're victim to jeans. No no no not so much not so much. Maybe but most likely not so. Let's exhaust all the other options before you sit there and play victim and you give up on your health You have a level control of your health right and when it comes to heart disease. I think it's important to point out that the only only i'll use the word diet here because that's what they use from. The scientists study the only diet proven to prevent and reverse heart. Disease is a whole foods plant based diet. They have tried Studies on the carnival. Other things in nothing. They can't prove it. So at says the pioneer of this way of thinking so whoever's listening if they're interested in heart disease which is a huge problem in our society. Cleese research doctor coldwell esam. I have heard if you've actually email him and reach out. He santia will he. I'm sorry how many. I'm sorry like that doesn't exist. He is there to show the truth in to help people and he will email back. He will speak with you on the phone. He does have the science to back it up. All you have to do some little bit of research gal one kind of interesting fact when it comes to genetic says something i just learned with. The microbiome is depression. Ninety five percent of serotonin is produced in your gut microbiome. So as i was talking earlier if you are not correctly feeding your gut bacteria you'll see a drop serotonin you'll see an increase in depression and anxiety which is exactly what we're seeing now with these high protein diets right. I think there's a direct court correlation..
"two packs" Discussed on AoS Coach
"Getting in the game and i know that there are games and their communities tournaments when people have gotten to do their secondary objectives and at the end of the game degree. I just mock each other. We got of them. When actually wasn't true. So i do like the denial as a i imagine i get that. And we typically don't have those agreements but like we will have so say we were playing. I forgot to do it But i wiped you off the table. And we're just you know in that case you know as well i totally would have done it and you know we were surrey in so there's like a little bit of give and take there you know i could have earned those points but we decided we had to rush through the last round to get our game dan. So of course it was something. I oversaw so then you just saw like for me personally. I just talked with my opponent. We figured that out. Yes maybe if he's cool with it great and if he's not great to out for me i'm not in it to win it anymore I like to do the best. I can of course but you know i. I'm more about the time we have together on the table. I think either way you're hearing different examples of how to do it. I just don't like top tables just deciding the bike the fiscal secondaries. And someone who legitimately was doing it properly being denied for being honest and i think that's a fair point do absolutely so take and this is the cool thing guys. Is you have so many people who have written tournament packs. Who have done this. Now take what you like. If you think mrs paint schools to bridget. Make your if you like that saw in a us blooding glory is doing something that no one else is doing. Take it from there you know. Look and create your own recipe theory event that you want to run that you get your players can attend But there's so many great assets out there Again go check out the two packs in the episode description but dummies. Is there. Anything else that you'd wanna share dropped three hours of twenty four karat gold to the dream lows house man. It's been out you all night. I could talk to you all night and i. I can't wait to come to america next year. State safety Ticket on saving up my pennies every month putting money aside.
"two packs" Discussed on IMPACT STIGMA
"That was missing there right. What do you think would have happened. Just curious if you ever thought about what would happen to your uncle. If he had had the resources that you help provide right now. I do believe that. With a more structured setting and even being able to go to a day program. I do believe that he would have lived longer a think that his diet. I can just remember him eating. Sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet because when he left for the day there was no telling what he was gonna eat when he went down to the pop shop. But i do believe that. An steel now heck. I don't know what i'm going to eat when i go down to the pop shop. Just that's just part of it. But you know i do believe that that extra support for even from other uncle who is caring for him at the tom i think right. I think this would have just helped him helped us hang onto him just a little while longer because his his diabetes was uncontrolled and a lot of times. You see that along with mental illness In smoking two packs of cigarettes. Today i mean a day was not a healthy either so i just feel like we would have had him longer. Thank you for sharing that with us. Oh my gosh. it's a pleasure. I love uncle joe. Even to this day. I love uncle joe. I know a love a love that he does. Michael jackson. wish. I could've seen that He was the best and just quickly with one more story. There was one time we were having a family reunion. And he had come into the house to go to the restroom and we were all sitting in the living room and he went into the bathroom and he was in there for a while and he started flicking the lights on and off. And so everybody know uncle joe but i did and i didn't say anything but i just wanted to see how they were going to react and so one by one they just started to get up and go outside because uncle joe was in the bathroom like flicking the lights on because he wanted to sit down on the couch and he wanted them to leave the bathroom flick so that we sit down and i mean he was. He was awesome. He was great. Oh that's so sweet absolutely loved that story about you have a whole lot more. Oh do yeah. We don't have time for this today. Well you know what we do have a blog on french. Health foundation's website. So i'll be happy to hear that story and maybe share a little bit more about him on that. Oh wow yeah how about it. I agree we should awesome. Thank you so.
"two packs" Discussed on Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast
"They made a big announcement just saying it is in london again 'cause i mean think about it if you printed all of these london things or london related merch. Let's just say you had like magnets like they did Two dozen nineteen and they did like backpacks and like might as well just hold onto it and just sell it at london Like twenty twenty two. It only makes sense. Like i don't see anything wrong with you. Know wanting to save a buck. Which is what i think personally but you never know but i'm excited. Hopefully this goes off without a hitch. I mean it's a year it's a year plus away right because usually in august and it's awesome. Because i was able to be like hey work i may or may not need that one week one week slash weekend that i'm not that like blacked out that i'm not supposed take because it's like whatever there's an event going on and then i was like just kidding good. I'm good we're good. I don't have to work. I don't have to not work right right so awesome. Just you know who knows what the structural be. But i'm sure we'll talk about it when we find out as long as way a long ways what could change then and before we get into the art of the week yes. Let's let's just open a packs. Because i need to break this like monotonous of us talking. Yeah i'm sorry it's okay it's okay me talking and i'm going to open the pack i because i just need to stop myself from talking then you're gonna talk some more as you open. Pack you opening we got This is i've got two packs of crimson invasion. Okay not code car awards. We say here are often on the show right coat. Code card is cbd z. C for 'em our nine. B z g. Good luck indeed. Grass energy devoured field stadium. Pella swine psychic memory Low into you dude. Nia mischievous shellman swab lou..
"two packs" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Sustaining forever in Texas. Yeah, For some reason. Running on turbine power wind power, which all froze. Some reason we're running on Solar power when there's not a whole lot of some right now. We backed off of how much Natural gas. We're using backed off of how much nuclear we're using me. We look a lot like California with these rolling blackouts and brownouts. It's stupid. It doesn't make any sense. It is legitimately go bad, so got covered A great Gavin for the great state of Texas on to explain all of this. I'd like to know what the heck is going on and why we're facing it. And if you watch Twitter in the past few days, something called ERCOT. Don't cut Has, um, has come to the fore. Did you ever hear her cop before? I didn't Tells her cut. We talk about that. Why they have so much power. Why they're in charge of so much of the grid. We do have an independent power grid, The state of Texas. So why would we ever have to be without power? And and as you're watching me on the street, a lot of people watching the video the program he's having shaven. I stay, Boyce, I smell. I got that going for me, which is nice. Washing in the snow. Quite literally doing my hair in the snow. We have no water. And you may in fact lose the feet and the radio. If you lose me, we do have a backup plan. I'll get back on very quickly, even with no power, But this is stupid, And it's not even about being on the radio. It's about just regular people Having a problem with this. Regular people going through their daily lives going. Hold on this, like I moved to South Central Texas and what happened? What happened is you've got this level of progressivism that is now stepping up. You got Level of progressivism that is Absolutely. Taking hold about green energy and wind turbines and so on and so forth, But why I am here from stations. I'm guessing that you're working on it because there's something going on, I suppose. Could be that this happened? Yeah. If you don't mind, I'm hearing from people who know what's going on. But the bottom line is this. You don't expect this in South Central Texas. Bottom line is this You should have enough energy and energy rich state like this. Okay? That's the bottom line. So I had to do a little parity today, just trying to lighten the mood a little bit and actually wrote it out in longhand. State like this. Okay? That's the bottom line. So I had to do a little parenting today just to try to lighten the mood a little bit and actually wrote it out longhand. Wrote it out longhand something good. I don't normally do. But I wrote it out longhand. And then I When the power came back on, I prefer transferred over to the computer. This is something I'm calling Ah, two packs parity. Power is out. Let's go..
"two packs" Discussed on Pantheon
"Social and that was to secure soldiers story which i wouldn't blame the song but a cop was killed a bootleg copy of two packs album to pockets was playing in the car and somebody decided to sue the record label over brought you take on hold in this context and why was to pack able to get through well because it was bullshit. No there's no you know again. Here's a person who i believe. Shot at a state trooper or something like that if i if i recall and was blaming To talk and to boxing. We're ex for his own actions which goes back to that bush with bill quote that you mentioned And it was bo You know park and poc. We're don't force anybody to do anything except maybe think right so Park was just again as an as a time. Artist also caught up in this whole time warner cripple so Yeah that was That's that's my take on that. And i think that's pretty succinct filling in and The book is the big payback. We've talked about it before and glad to have you back on again. Been very generous with your time. Because there's so much of this book and the hip hop history really. Frankly is the music history of the eighties and nineties. In america and on into the twenty first century says dan the big payback. The history of.
"two packs" Discussed on Pantheon
"And i hadn't even had a dropped drink that night. Nfl smelled it again. And so his like If you're if if there's someone really here let know we not this wanna smell you and so there was two packs of candy. Corn like those big brats like anyone who are inserting on top lament might microwave. We both watched as wonders like lifted up really fast. I'm not even gonna say levitated because it just went up and then it's when boom and landed on the kitchen counter and so then we got out like you know. Stage in palo santo but then also we. You know like trying to say who has tells you name. This is gonna sound so fucking stupid. I have ever wished announced bad. Nfl i'll have been the living rinta. Dig out one of race killed so had a pendulum on the wish brin roused bad and it spell his name and stuff and then like after that like i i'd smelled the spirit and i just saw catwalk. Yeah my mind was in here. One of them was like taking a A little bit earlier. And i was hoping that the audience here's the litterbox stressing. That's really funny. Yeah dishonest anyway. Yes but it doesn't seem like those experiences are extremely local. I you know of those like stats. That i feel like the deeper hurt the the kinds of experiences. I had that i would feel Are those other kinds of magical experiences happen so spirit encounters tend to you know like you're saying kosugi localized but encounters feel magical. Usually for me of happened between a another person. I in some In some Musical venue often a lot like certain musical venues right. I had an experience where i was introduced to a child that i was told by. Its mother was a boat. He he was three years old and while she was telling me the story of him being about his hot fun..
Nintendo Direct Mini: What We Learned from the Partner Showcase
"Nintendo surprised everyone late last night by announcing that it would be airing a Nintendo direct mini partner showcase early this morning. The surprise announcement last night read on July twentieth. We'll debut the first Nintendo direct mini partner showcase a series focused on titles from our development and publishing partners will share a few updates on a small group of previously announced Hashtag. Nintendo switch games? The quick window between the announcement of the thing and airing the thing. And specifically pointing out that it would only cover previously announced games lowered my expectations to the floor, but there were at least a few surprises. Here's what they shared. I the direct started with a cove in nineteen disclaimer, saying basically that the future is uncertain, and everything could change including release dates, but then they made their first announcement with was planned DLC for a game whose full title is cadence of high rule crypt of the neck, dancer, featuring the legend of Zelda. The game released last year, but it will get three new DLC packs, which will release through October. The first pack adds new characters to the game. IMPA shadow link and Shadow Zelda and then characters named Aria and Frederick who I believe our original characters. I fancy myself a bit of his elda. Didn't immediately recognize those characters D second pack will add thirty nine new songs to the game. The third pack, which seems the most substantial Ed's a whole new story with new songs where you can play as skulk the tags from yours mask who can change masks to adopt new abilities? The character pack is available today in the other packs will be available later with all the pacts eventually coming out by October, and then the game will also receive a physical release with all the DLC bundled in one box on October twenty third. I played and beat cadence of Jairo Crypto the neck road answer featuring diligent of Zelda, but ultimately liked the soundtrack a lot more than I liked the actual game. I would go so far as to say I love the soundtrack, so I am excited to hear all the new songs. I don't know that I am really eager to actually play the game more, but I am also such as Zelda soccer that I probably will. The next two announcements weren't really announcements so much. The Game Rogue Company was shown which looks like a pretty. Pretty unspectacular third person online shooter with cyberpunk sort of theme. It didn't look bad by any means that it just didn't do much to stand out. Same goes for the next game. WWE TO CAPE battlegrounds. There was some new gameplay and we saw some wrestlers who were likely well compensated to show how excited they were about the game. They were playing, but there wasn't much. That had not already been shared the mini, direct and strong, though with two big atlas announcements. Shimagami ten say one, which was basically Shimagami Tennessee, three and Japan. Is Getting remastered for release on switch next year. I would love some help here in the form of a correction because I find the Shin Montgomery ten say series to be pretty confusing as it has all devolved into different spinoffs like persona, which itself has all kinds of spin offs. I was always under the impression that knocked turn was spinoff as well, but I guess it is part of the mainline series, and this rerelease will have the number three in the title, even though it did not have a three in its North American title when it originally released in two thousand four. In any case you know where it belongs in the Shin, Mugabe cannon really isn't. All that portent the important thing is that it is generally considered to be one of the best, if not the Best Shimagami, ten say game that isn't called Persona and it's actually the entry that I play the most. It has some MON elements to it with demon collecting, and when it originally released, it featured Dante from devil may cry. Suggest character which is a cool idea. I'm curious if the rerelease will keep that Dante Cameo. It also just has a great art style to it and I'm happy to see it getting a visual overhaul for the switch release. It is coming spring twenty twenty one after that a trailer was shown for Shimagami ten. Say Five a game we have known about since two thousand seventeen, but this was the first in some time. The trailer didn't reveal much. A teenager looks like they're given some kind of demonic choice and I don't know that they make the right one. The game is coming in twenty twenty one, but the trailer didn't anymore specifics than that. I had low expectations going into this thing and they were mostly met, but I was surprised by the nocturnal announcement. That was very cool. The Internet seems generally annoyed that Nintendo has not made any big summer announcements and that with paper Mario Animal Crossing having been released. It really doesn't seem like they have any big games for the rest of the year. which is true, but the weird thing is. Is I. Don't know that it really matters to Nintendo. Twenty twenty can kind of just be a low key year for them. Because animal crossing was just that big of a hit. It feels like they are in no rush to push anything out. Because everyone is just going to keep buying animal crossing anyway, they can barely keep up with demand for the switch consoles as it is. Now with all that being said though I think Nintendo kind sees the cancellation of e three as a blessing in terms of how it likes to announce Games paper Mario was announced and released within a few months. And I think that's how Nintendo would always prefer to do it. Keep the window between announcement and release small, but e three kind of forces them to make these big proclamation announcements all piled up on top of each other and share things many months before the popular November release window with E. Three out of the way though I think Nintendo is taking advantage and will make individual announcements for games. Just shortly before they actually release. There is that rumored Super Mario collection that will gather a bunch of three D Mario Games maybe nintendo will detail it in a dedicated direct, and then release it within a month, or so closer to November, and maybe in the unlikely scenario that breath of the wild to is coming this year. They will do the same thing. have a focused dedicated direct for the game, and then it will come out shortly after or maybe as I alluded to earlier, Nintendo will just look at animal crossings absurd sales. Do a round of socially distant high fives, and just push everything in originally had planned for twenty twenty into twenty twenty one.
Man Who Bought $10,000 Worth of Toilet Paper and Hand Sanitizer Denied Refund
"I'm in Australia who bought about ten thousand dollars worth of toilet paper and hand sanitizer is stuck with it a hundred and sixty packets of thirty two pack toilet paper and one hundred and fifty units of one latest Senate Taza grocery operator John Paul Drake says the man went to his store this week and wanted a refund J. gave the man the finger instead he says the man wanted to sell the stuff on eBay but his site was
I Love Costco, Bible 101, and Don't Go Back to What Broke You
"Good Morning. Everyone it's time and you Chrissy. Confessions how are you doing today? Julie I am doing okay. I mean folks. I mean I don't know whether to talk about the tornado. Victims here in Tennessee are do I talk about corona that's infested and infected the world. I mean I'm just thinking what do we talk about other than corona? I mean. I've never seen anything like it asked my parents. They've never seen anything like it. I've asked my mother-in-law she's never seen anything like it. I mean who would have thought that the most powerful country on the face of the earth would shut until it's people they have to stay in their homes now folks. I advocate staying in your home. I mean let me be very clear and that cough that you hear Julia's an allergy. By the way and yes we went and both got tested. Because I am a hypochondriac between me and Jay Demarcus we keep our doctor on call. Twenty four seven. It's so scary and I mean it's and it listen it finally got chasing Savannah's attention. It has made them nervous. And 'cause when you shut down a country that tells you how serious things are. It is very very serious at this point. I mean folks I went to Cosco. Does that tell you how serious this thing was? Yeah right assets and this was at the onset. This was at the very beginning. Everything was really shut. Dan Yes you did go to twice you went to Cosco and because I was afraid that what if we ran out of something or whatever so I didn't want Julie exposed to anything so I thought okay as usual todd will take the bullet and I went to Cosco and I have to tell you. I love a cost guide. I do I love Cosco. I mean you can go in by like all this stuff in bulk. I mean you could find no that now okay now have only been going for twenty years but that's okay right but I mean you know I. I didn't know how to do it but I did it on my own. If you'll remember you had to send me a copy of our card right but but I guess my thing is is that. I hope that everyone is staying in. I hope that you're staying away from those people who are most susceptible which are the elderly and people with A compromised immune system Because I mean I'm reading stories every day of younger people who are literally fighting for their lives. Well there's one in California that that a under the age of eighteen that passed away yesterday. There's this young man in New Jersey. That's twenty something years old a picture of health that's now being transferred to was it paying hospital. Therein Pins Pennsylvania something for this new new treatment and so folks it's hitting everyone. I mean everyone. I'm going to take my mother food today. But I'm putting it on her front porch and then calling and telling her to come out and get it because I'm practicing truly social social distancing. I mean if I'd done that many years ago I'd had less trouble than one I've had but I mean it's it's to the point now too where you have to be doing what the doctors and the experts are saying to do what I found and you always give a shout out to anything that comes from South Carolina. 'cause it's where you are from. Did you hear Lindsey Graham yesterday when he was on the news where he said that if they did not pass this bill for nothing? It's two trillion dollars as the stimulus that he was going to go to the House on the floor and he was going to demand that the that the country stop paying everyone in the Senate and in the House and in the Congress to shut off their benefits and their pay until they could do their job. It's time to come to get time to together and you don't get to sit here at a time of crisis start negotiating for something that you couldn't get pushed through to begin with. But when I was laying in the bed listening to him I was like way to go. Lindsay is so true because it is an I do believe this is the Good Lord. That is saying okay. I put pebbles in your path and you refuse to look at it so now. I'M GONNA put a boulder in your match right. You guys are GonNa have to work together. Put Your differences differences aside and let's kit this country running again and we don't have to be a Democrat or Republican. A A socialist libertarian to have compassion for our fellow man. It's right I mean. Politics should have no play in compassion right and just taking care of each other exactly and so you know it's been a this whole thing has been very eye opening to the point that you know when you look at where we are and how people are responding to things and what have you. I mean it's it's it's overwhelming it really is. I mean I was listening to the mayor of New York talking and he was calling out the federal government shocking shocking that we would be doing that but he was calling out the federal government and saying that okay mayor. The governor the governor. I'm sorry Governor Governor Cuomo and he was calling the federal government out and saying okay but where are these ventilators right? Where are these what he was saying was? Why can't we put the supplies where they are needed? Most exactly because his state has more cases than any any state in the United States and I completely agree with him. You know we have it. Why things sitting surplus when we get people needing it. It's crazy exactly and so you know it really is when I look at you know I was in the grocery store because I yes folks I went to a Publix and this little old lady was in there and she was looking for hot dog buns and I had. I had you know two packs of hot dog buns in my buggy. And because that's what Juliette told me to get and they didn't have any more hot dog buns. I don't even eat hotdogs. People and I don't even care if how does our home Julia's the one who is determined. I guess she thinks that by eating a hotdog. It makes you more American. I've hated hotdog. My whole life and chloe likes them and again hurt her to have a hot dog once a month so. I had but you told me to get two bags to have overly so I gave this lady a thing of this hot dog binds and she said Oh honey. You're young. You probably have children. She says I can do without folks this little. Old Lady said she could do without. She was willing to sacrifice thinking that I had young children and that I needed a more than she. Well I didn't and I gave them to her. So you know it's those kind of things that there is still people out here that have compassion for their fellow human being yep and we need to continue more of that and we do need to continue more of that and I feel like that we in my family for the most part are very compassionate. People that we do have kind compassionate hearts but even I want us to be better absolutely we all can improve in
Is Amazon primed for coronavirus?
"So how has Amazon been responding to this pandemic in many ways but the key ones right now are trying to prioritize that they can keep in stock and keep delivering the most essential needs? That people want right now. You could go to your local brick and mortar chain and see if you can find any hand sanitizer or hand soap and in many places you'd be shit out of luck right now and it's been that way for weeks on Amazon. They may have some stuff out of stock. You may be paying a little bit more than you would in a store but you can find something that you can buy if you really want to either wait a little longer but still have the order placed or pay a little extra and that's really valuable for a lot of people. What are the major flaws? That you've noticed in how Amazon handling things though because clearly. It's not perfect right so one thing that a lot of people that shopping Amazon still don't realize is that around sixty percent of Amazon sales are in actually Amazon. You know buying inventory and selling it at themselves. These are small mom and POPs mid-size businesses selling on Amazon directly to shoppers and so Amazon has been recruiting hundreds of thousands of the sellers over the last few years across the globe in an effort to get as much selection as possible. The downside of that is with that many sewers. You'RE GONNA have tons of people trying to take advantage of this crisis to either sell stuff that's mislabeled as you know helping to prevent getting the virus or just price gouging as recently as early. March. You're seeing two packs of Purell hand sanitizer selling for three four hundred dollars. I don't know if anyone was actually buying that stuff. But the openness of the Amazon marketplace allows for that kind of attempts at taking advantage of this. This system Amazon uses a lot of automated systems to try to look for this stuff and they've also added a lot of manual. Basically people twenty four hours around the globe looking for listings that are very very overpriced or the first week in March Amazon told Senator Markey in a letter Who had been enquiring about a price gouging that they had removed more than five hundred thousand high priced offers at that time and suspended twenty five hundred accounts of Amazon sellers who are engaging in these tactics. That is a ton of products. It's it's crazy. They run into a few challenges that will along the way one of them is in a pandemic like there's that most of the world in this lifetime has never seen it's not always clear what is in is in a fair price you know if no one on earth except for Amazon is selling a certain in demand product. Is it fair for that product to be sold to times more three times more? Some people would argue. Yes if you're a believer in just supply and demand. Economics has Amazon experienced. Anything like this before. We have anything to compare that to. You know it's really hard. I'm talking to some people inside the company and they are so heads down trying to just keep up that it's hard to tell what it compares to the way I'm thinking about it you know. Amazon has prime day the last couple of years which is like a day and a half or two days shopping holiday. That's in the summer. This is a really fucked up. Prime Day that has no end in sight and is caused by something horrific. Okay I appreciate the way that you explain things. Jayson as I look out my window and see Amazon. Delivery van and a guy carrying four packages Amazon announced that basically. They don't have enough workers right now to keep up with the demand around the holidays. They typically scale up and have these huge hiring events Well this week. They said they're looking for a hundred thousand full-time in part time workers Because they're just not ready for it. I mean that is that is a crazy amount of hiring and I think it just it goes to show both the demand and how really even a company like Amazon was not prepared for this and I kind of. Don't blame them. Who is right
Boston - Elizabeth Warren, Senator from Massachusetts, drops out of Democratic race for President
"One fewer presidential candidate today with senator Elizabeth Warren dropping out of the democratic race after dismal super Tuesday showing it comes a day after former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg called it quits and as we hear from ABC news political director Rick Klein Warren may have contributed to that in the last democratic debate in Las Vegas if you remember for nothing else in this campaign season it will be for taking down Michael Bloomberg pick maybe two packs maybe out of can't reason tireless it was a clinical dissection of his record on that debate stage twice over analysts with warm was behind that senator Warren social talk about the role gender played in the presidential campaign later she spoke after dropping out of the race today saying she admits it did she'll be labored labeled whiner if she doesn't then women all over we'll ask what planet she's
'Borderlands 3': News, Rumors, and Everything We Know
"Have the skepticism that is based on nothing, but my own gut feeling I think I know what you're gonna say. I was about to say it that borderlands three is going to be way too much like a borderlands two. Okay. Yes. I al-. Daily law that way, I'm worried they're not gonna make the changes they need to make take. I just another borderlands is not enough at this point. That thing was like two was already kind of a little too barebones for air. Airboats sleep game play game. Chain enough. Not have the new stuff that you want it. Yeah. I think if they make a borderlands to that takes a couple of notes for modern games. I would be perfectly fine with that. But I feel like those notes are make a live service. Yeah. Yeah. That matter what that was the game. They they were making without the central server stuff. Yeah. Was just a four player Diablo kind of thing and the blow in that direction, and they probably should do something like that too. Okay. That is not what I was thinking. Oh, what were you thinking? Do you think that the timing of? This announcement is meant to distract from the previous most recent gearbox news, very possibly just to be like, oh, we gotta finally pull the trigger on this thing. People Google gearbox. It's not those old stories. And it's now a new story. I would I mean whatever they were getting ready to announce anyway. So that's maybe Maybe pushing. pushing gravity Pittsford. It's two packs X packs how about we do. I want to make this new story disappear. God, I would believe
ICYMI: Everything you need to know about Smart Lights
"I just did a deep dive on the world of smart lights asking the Google assistant, the Amazon connected speakers and Siri to turn the lights on turn off change, the colors, set timers and do all sorts of fun things. This is probably the easiest way to bring smart home technology to your home. But there's a bunch of questions you're going to want to ask yourself. Let's dive in today on talking tech. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA day number one why add smart lights? Well, they're fun. Both in using your voice to command the lights on and off creating mood lighting and scenes like recess colored lighting while you're watching TV, and you can set timers to have the lights turn on automatically from outside the home. Where do I start? I start looking up prices. Now, there's a giant gap. You can buy a two pack of plain dumb bulbs at Home Depot for ten dollars or you can pick up a two for. Of smart lights from Phillips for thirty. What about that hub? Yes. The Hugh lights as well as others from high than singled need to be connected to a hub, which is an additional cost the four pack which comes with a hub from Phillips is two hundred dollars. Now, the benefit of a hub is that it can do more elaborate setups like moonlighting or things like that the downside, and it's big for. I think most people it's yet another product asking to take up valuable real estate on your electrical strips the plug on the Phillips hub is so big it takes up two spots on the six plug strip. And it also has to be connected physically to the router. Do you have an open slot in your router to add the hub one nice pert of the Phillips hub, which I recently reviewed was able to pair both the Amazon echo show speaker and the ghoul home from the hub despite both of them being competing platforms. What about? Going without a hub a new trend a quick search for smart lights on Amazon shows many lights now advertising. This is saying no hub required. I plugged in one of the smart lights from UP into a traditional lamp, and I got Siri the Google assistant and Alexa to turn it on and off dim the light and set a timer for shine times. My lamp was twenty two dollars. However, it couldn't change colors UP has a model. It will switch colors without a hub. Thank you for thirty five bucks. Another product that want to alert you to is the smart plug if you want to save money, and you're satisfied with just using your voice to turn on and off the light bulb. Look at a smart plug, both Amazon, and we mo- have plugs available for around twenty five dollars in there as simple as simple gets you. Connect the smart plug to electricity at your non-smart lamp and train. Alexa, Google or Siri to turn it on and off. You can also sit up timers. For the lights as well. Buhler? The smart plug is another electrical strip abuser. That thing is giant and takes up way too much space. How about a more economically sized version guys? Once you get everything together, you'll have to open up the apps, the Amazon echo goule home product apps to to link them to your lights. Apple Siri used the home app on the iphone might take is that adding the lights was easy getting them to respond correctly as always with personal assistance was sometimes a chore. Google got it, right? Eighty percent of the time. Amazon was in the fifty percent range Syria was way behind it around. Ten percent much of it has to do with diction and using the exact phrase the assistance need to hear Alexa, often couldn't make it out when I asked to turn on the lights until I switched to turn on the Hugh lamps or change the color of Hugh lamp number one to read tool gave me a little bit of. I don't understand that Sassine as a few times. But was. Pretty spun on for turning the lights on and off and changing colors Siri could turn on the lights occasionally. But I never got it to turn them off. Now, that's not smart is it folks you have questions about setting up a smartphone. I would love to answer them on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech. Please subscribe it a show wherever you listen to online audio police favored the show on Stitcher, which helps more people find us and thanks everyone for listening.
Smart Lights: What you need to know before bringing them home
"Talking tech is brought to you in part by northwestern. University offered in partnership with north Western's Feinberg school of medicine. The program prepares students for emerging opportunities across the healthcare spectrum. Details are at SPS dot northwestern dot EDU slash informatics. I just do the deep dive on the world of smart lights asking the whole assistant the Amazon connected speakers and Siri to turn the lights on turn one off change, the colors said timers and do all sorts of fun things. This is probably the easiest way to bring smart home technology to your home. But there's a bunch of questions you're going to want to ask yourself. Let's dive in today on talking tech. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA today. Number one, why add smart lights? Well, they're fun. Both in using your voice to command the lights on and off creating mood lighting and scenes like recess colored lighting while you're watching TV, and you can set timers to have the lights turn on. Automatically from outside the home where do I start? I start looking at prices. Now, there's a giant gap. You can buy a two pack of plain dumb bulbs at Home Depot for ten dollars or you can pick up a two for of smart lights from Phillips for thirty. What about that hub? Yes. The Hugh lights as well as others from high than singled need to be connected to a hub, which is an additional cost the four pack which comes with a hub from Phillips is two hundred dollars. Now, the benefit of a hub is that it can do more elaborate setups like moonlighting or things like that the downside, and it's big for. I think most people it's yet another product asking to take up valuable real estate on your electrical strips the plug on the Phillips hub is so big it takes up two spots on the six plug strip. And it also has to be connected physically to the router. Do you have an open slot in your router to add the hub when I- pert of the Phillips hub, which I recently reviewed was able to pair both the Amazon echo show speaker and the ghoul home from the hub despite both of them being competing platforms. What about going without a hub a new trend a quick search for smart lights on Amazon shows many lights now advertising this ervices saying no hub required. I plugged in one of the smart lights from UP into a traditional lamp, and I got Siri the Google assistant and Alexa to turn it on and off dim the light and set a timer for shine times. My lamp was twenty two dollars. However, it couldn't change colors UP has a model that will switch colors without a hub. Thank you for thirty five bucks. Another product. I want to alert you to is the smart plug if you want to save money, and you're satisfied with just using your voice to turn on and off. Off the light bulb. Look at a smart plug, both Amazon, and we mo- have plugs available for around twenty five dollars in there as simple as simple gets. You can have to smart to electricity at your non-smart. Lamp and train. Alexa, Google or Siri to turn it on and off. You can also sit up timers for the lights as well. Buhler? The smart plug is another electrical strip abuser. That thing is giant and takes up way too much space. How about a more economically sized version guys? Once you get everything together, you'll have to open up the apps, the Amazon echo goule home product apps to to link them to your lights. Apple Siri used the home app on the iphone might take is that adding the lights was easy getting them to respond correctly as always with personal systems with sometimes chore. Google got it, right? Eighty percent of the time. Amazon was in the fifty percent range Siri was way behind it around. Ten percent much of it has to do with diction and using. The exact phrase the assistance need to hear Alexa, often couldn't make it out when I asked to turn on the lights until I switched to turn on the Hugh lamps or change the color of Hugh lamp number one to read tool give me a little bit of. I don't understand that Sassine as a few times, but was pretty spun on for turning the lights on and often changing colors Siri could turn on the lights occasionally. But I never got it to turn them off. Now, that's not smart is it folks you have questions about setting up a smartphone. I would love to answer them on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Grammy. But listening to talking tech, please subscribe to the show wherever you listen to online audio please favored the show on Stitcher, which helps more people find us. Thanks, everyone. For listening. Talking tech is brought to you in part by Northwestern University. The huge amounts of healthcare data available today as well. As advances in technology are making a profound impact on healthcare. Students enrolled in northwestern university's online master's program in health informatics, build the expertise needed to use that. Data and deliver more efficient ineffective patient care offered in partnership with north Western's Feinberg school of medicine. The program prepares students for emerging opportunities across the healthcare spectrum including specializations that are perfect for healthcare. Business and IT professionals. Details are at SPS dot northwestern dot EDU slash informatics.
Gene Simmons Settles Sexual Misconduct Lawsuit
"And more all ages and dogs are welcome the garden garden garden carton i just i don't know d it's a t shirt that signifies that there is alcohol involved four seventeen north fourth west details at x ninety six doctor i don't think you don't ever hear of a cookie garden i'd like to a spaghetti garden i'd like to it's always you know a beer pardon or in this case a hard cider pardon thank god gene simmons long night of pain is over his his long night of i don't think it was his new idea the pain woman identified as jane doe filed a lawsuit against jane mr simmons in los angeles superior court last year alleging that he grabbed her multiple times forcibly placed his hand on are placed grabbed her hand and placed it on his knee multiple times held it on his knee the accuser indentified in the documents is a longtime on air personality for a local rock station hey i wonder if it's our pal could be said that he did other things forcibly flicked and struck her throat when she spoke to him and his bandmate paul stanley she claimed simmons reach toward her buttocks and touched her buttocks while they were posing for photos so gene i was merely giving her a physical examination i am after all dr love very much settled out of court gina settled out of court so i think we can all draw our own conclusions from that camp yes let's see a film crew member has filed a lawsuit against johnny depp over a twenty seventeen onset incident in which the actor allegedly attacked the employee and then offered to pay him one hundred thousand bucks to punch in the face i'll give you one hundred thousand dollars to punch me and so apparently he attacked the employee and johnny death is like a little pile of sticks with skin on it i think johnny depp should be on my deadpool here so then he said after so so what i'm assuming is that he had hoped what when he attacked the employees that he'd get beat up a little bit because for some reason he wanted to for whatever reason he wanted to have some bruises and cuts on his face and but the the employee was too too much for depp just kind of put his hand down and said back off and and then so johnny depp said okay i'll pay one hundred thousand dollars if you beat me up the employee said no greg rocky brooks who served as location manager for deb's film city of lies anybody no it hasn't come out yet it's it's the biggie smalls murder yeah he had been dep has been described as out of control during the incident so they're working very hard to play the part of two pack i don't think that's the wrong no i don't i don't think i miss it the dollar the dollar ridge fire forty five percent contained now and residents of been going back into the area to find out if they have a home left or not man potentially dozens of residents near the dollar reach fire set to find out today the shane county sheriff's office announced to meetings only open to those with property inside the fire zone where members of the damage assessment team will discuss what the fire burned and what it didn't burn on monday a fire spokesman said the dollar ridge fire now forty five percent contained a guy named bonner heart agree got to go to his ranch after getting the green light on sunday in his family and three dogs had been staying at a motel in hieber they gave us like fifteen minutes to pack up and leave when they had to evacuate he said we're fortunate though that the flames didn't get get my house who said we're very lucky but there are others who are not so lucky the the the donald when he goes down to the maralago which he has done many times it is costing us a lot of money taxpayers nobody is upset now the trump kipnes are convinced that it's a good thing because he's saving money because it's his own place right there's siri is is that well he he's not paying to stay there no y'all need to think a little bit bigger there's all the security he's charging them what's you know he's making money making money he's he he.
Mattis arrives in China; NKorea to be key topic of meetings
"Three fifteen on the two packs special order now secretary of defense james mattis is making another trip to the indo pacific region but this one includes a visit to china john clemens has more at visiting tutor for an air force bases in alaska mr mattis will be visiting china or the pentagon tells us will be meeting with several senior officials to exchange to gic perspectives while disgusting areas of mutual concern this was the first visit of a secretary of defense to china since two thousand fourteen then travels to south korea then concludes his trip june twentyninth in tokyo for usa radio news i'm john clemens a famous comedian has an emotional breakdown well issuing another apology for something that she tweeted and usa's chris barnes has the story i regret the are you kidding i've lost everything that's roseanne barr expressing regret as she breaks down during a podcast interview over the weekend over the racist tweet she sent out last month which led to the cancellation of her roseanne reboot by abc and i regretted it before i lost everything and i said to god i am willing to accept whatever consequences free bar saying she's lost everything and.
CNN's Anthony Bourdain dead at 61
"R well real shocker in the news this morning lyn cnn is reported that anthony bourdain dead at sixty one apparently he killed himself in a hotel room in strasbourg france where he was filming his hugely popular television series parts unknown right on the heels of kate spade suicide i mean the two famous suicides i'm back to back to just stunning he traveled the world look like us just the greatest time as a bone vivant eating traveling did he not have the greatest job in the world every time i thought i want to go to this country i want to eat that i loved it when he would go to a place in asia and he'd sit around the big round tables and they would bring the hot oil out and he would like dip live insects or crawfish into the oil and know he had a he had a great job and more to the point of the suicide he seemed to know it he seemed to understand that he really had the world by the tail that the world was in the context world was his oyster and he'd been open about all the struck eagles he'd had in his life with drugs and alcohol when he was a chef and you had the sense you never know of course that that part of his life he had put behind him he'd fixed his life he was having a great time enormously popular the only thing i did notice anything natalie knows it as well there was a fair amount of drinking on the show he always seemed to have a bottle of wine open or drinking whatever the local liquor was and sometimes he looked he was he was bombed but that was kind of part of the fun of the shah's looking at his bio he was a two pack a day cigarette smuggling gave up cigarettes eleven years ago when his daughter was born but he said clearly addicted to all kinds of substances heroin draw a prescription drugs lsd cocaine did it all.
Recap: President Donald Trump's visit to Cleveland
"Testing mr trump adult movie actress stormy daniels for before the election giuliani later backtracked saying it was a business transaction adds that he only knows half the facts about the case daniels lawyer michael lebanon any attorney that's worth anything could have thirty minute meeting or conversation with his client and get to the bottom of this giuliani was asked if cohen made any other payments to women on the president's behalf i'd have no knowledge of that but i i would think if it was necessary yes a hawaii county official says to the eighteen hundred evacuees of neighborhoods hit by lava flows steam and poisonous gas from killilea volcano they might be allowed back to their homes to pick up medicine or care for pets if sulfur dioxide readings come down to safe levels leading glad amir putin opponents alexei navalny you also let these nationwide protests yesterday across russia against a fourth term inauguration of putin is president has been released from detention he was one of fifteen hundred arrested yesterday a bomb explosion inside a mosque in eastern afghanistan that was being used as a voter registration center leaves more than a dozen dead and over thirty others injured says the provincial health minister you're listening to abc news news radio six ten wtvn allison wyant the president spoke at a round table in cleveland yesterday workers are we want to make our product here we want to make our everything how we this is america first now folks this is now america first donald trump talked about the us economy during his visit to ohio yesterday he drew applause when he noted the record low unemployment rate andy said that the republican tax reform bill not only reform taxes but cut them they didn't want a little hokey and i think they were right but i wanted to be called the tax cut cut cut cut plan actually i would have put it in he was joined by small business owners who shared their success stories many of them talked about how the tax reform benefited their companies and their employees a government crackdown on e cigarette products today reservoirs carry about two packs of cigarettes and if it only takes one or two cigarettes to kill a child you know you have quite a few that can die from just a little bit of liquid the feds are worried about liquid nicotine that is being sold in packages that look like juice boxes candy containers and even cans of.