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"two thousand articles" Discussed on Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand articles" Discussed on Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

"The other thing you could also do if not a subject matter expert internally. Your in house is also customers too. So let's take an example of like a website and like redesigned website. Or how do we migrate. A website at not lose our seo rankings. Because we want to make sure things like erl's aren't changing and all that all that kind of stuff comes up perfect example a beach to just interview customers to so have writers do customers and what you're trying to do is pair like the seo data that you've research the stuff that's showing up at surplus that you should be writing about. So semantic key words common questions people also ask question and all that kind of stuff with actual customer insights or house insights to create more like a well rounded piece of content that brings in that nuance and subtlety. So the takeaway here is that you might find a great writer. Somebody that's good at putting the right words on the page. But they don't necessarily understand the topic and if that's the case it doesn't mean that they can't write about it. What you wanna do is connect them with some sort of an expert source so they can basically repurpose the information that the expert knows as opposed to just taking what's already been written which is what they're competing against. Now the question. I have for you here. This is something that we're struggling with. You mentioned migrating a website we just migrated the podcast. My other podcast from squarespace to wordpress were expanding the site. We moved from one page per interviewed one page per episodes. We got a lot more content. But we're thinking about creating more blog. Content more written format as opposed to repurposing are podcasts. The notion of virology just creating the content and hoping that it ranks is one marketing strategy but content is more than just. Seo right it can be an organic growth channel. It also could be something that you paid us. Indicate how do you make your b- to be content go viral totally so in the first episode. We talked about. You should only compete for key words that you can win and one of the points that's relevant here is that if i'm doing research for something i already should know how i'm gonna promote. Its before i start writing us. So for instance. If i need to rank a piece of content that needs ten referring domains i need to have a pretty good idea of. I'm gonna get those ten referring domains before i create the pizza content and what the helps me do is it helps me bring in things to the content that i know we're going to be successful. For instance can i bring an proprietary data. Can we run a custom survey. Can we interview someone. That i know who was then gonna help promote it for me. Can we create custom illustrations or video or other assets that are going to be make it much easier to promote after the back and so i think that's the key is to understand content isn't just a two thousand article content is like this multifaceted thing where there's there's quotes. There's images design. There's video the video might be examples. The video might go into more detail on a subject. Like what are all the things that i can bring together and this one piece of content. That are going to help me. Ben turnaround and pitch a to journalists. Ask another company to share. Its lead into a webinar that we're running on the same topic. Run ads to this if add. What kind of ads are they gonna be carousel style. Facebook is going to be video snippets on facebook..

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"two thousand articles" Discussed on Verum Tota: The Whole Truth

Verum Tota: The Whole Truth

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand articles" Discussed on Verum Tota: The Whole Truth

"Sarkin had just become a multimillionaire following the sale of ZIP to heal in Musk's first company where sorkin had been CEO. It further appears the Bill Gates then head of Microsoft made a personal investment in touch at the behest of Isabel Maxwell and in October. Two thousand article published in The Guardian Isabel Jokes about persuading Bill Gates to make a personal investment income touch sometime during this timeframe, the article then oddly notes the following regarding Isabel Maxwell and Bill Gates in a faux southern Belle accent Isabelle. Perez. He's got to spend three, hundred, seventy, five, million dollars a year to keep his tax free status. Why not allow me to help him she explodes with laughter given that individuals as wealthy as gates cannot have tax free status and that this article was published soon after the creation of the bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Isabel statement suggests that it. Was the bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Trust which manages the foundation's endowment assets that had made the sizable investment and calm touch. Furthermore, it is worth highlighting the odd way in which Isabel describes your dealings with Gates speaking of her interactions with him in a way not found in any of Isabelle's numerous other interviews on a wide variety of topics I e purring speaking in a fake southern accent. This odd behavior may be related to Isabelle's previous interactions with gates and or the mysterious relationship between Gates and Epstein alluded to in the two thousand, one evening standard article and eyewitness testimony regarding. EPSTEINS and Lane Maxwell's comments about bill, Gates in nineteen, ninety, five discussed in part one of the series after two thousand.

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Stop Giving Advice, Ask More Questions  with Michael Bungay Stanier

The Futur

05:38 min | 2 years ago

Stop Giving Advice, Ask More Questions with Michael Bungay Stanier

"I'm your producer Greg Gun and we have a very special episode for you today. Our guest is an Oxford Grad and author of the wildly Popular Book. The coaching habit. He's a champion of curiosity. That believes the advice. We so eagerly give is not nearly as good as we think it is. Now I had trouble writing an intro for this one. Because the conversation between he and Chris was so rich with insight and tactics. That couldn't boil it down into just one clear idea. In fact I went back and listened to it twice because Oh so captivated the first time around so I will tell you this. Grab your headphones. A pen and paper subtle into somewhere comfy. And just listen. I promise that you will come out of it. Better equipped to navigate life. And if you're smart you will have covered at least a page with useful notes. But don't take my word for it. Do yourself a favor and enjoy our fascinating conversation with Michael bungay stander. I don't have the ability. Oftentimes to read the book before. I talked to somebody on my podcast. But this is one of those moments where I'm actually able to read your book and I'm so glad that I did first of all. It's a very easy book to read recommended. One hundred people literally this morning on my coaching. Also we'll see what happens there. Thank you okay so I'm GONNA kick it off like this. I asked you very very simple question. So what's more valuable questions or answers? Well I'm going to do the classic on`sharing God well depends because it depends on the context depends on the moment. It depends on everything. I go all the way back Chris to Daniel Goldman. Who Know the name of the guy who popularized the whole idea emotional intelligence and Goldman says in an article he wrote for Harvard Business Review. Way Back in two thousand articles code leadership that gets results says look there are six different styles of leadership and great leaders. Know how to use all six at the right time at the right moment. Each style has its pros and cons. It's punishments in its prizes. But what he pointed to and I think this is interesting. He said look. Coaching is a leadership style. That is massively underutilised. It has a direct correlation to profitability. It has a direct correlation to engagement and as a direct correlation to culture which are all things that people care about but the biggest barriers is people go. I just don't have time for this thing. So part of my championing is trying to make coaching fast. And trying to make it unwed. But absolutely look if there's if you'll building is burning down and you go. What am I supposed to be doing when somebody going? Hey how do you feel about smoke? Want somebody to go. Here's an onsite the exit his. Hey leave the building. So the context is everything but I will say that unbalanced people have an ova develop muscle on giving answers and have an underdeveloped muscle on stain curious a little bit longer. Now in case people don't know who you are. Please introduce US introduce yourself and tell us a little bit about who you are. Sure so Michael Bungay Danielle. I'm best known for being the author of the coaching habit. Book about four years old came out February. The twenty ninth. Two Thousand Sixteen and it's gone on to become the best selling coaching book of the century. About eight hundred thousand copies sold bazillion five-star reviews on Amazon. And the like and I'm a champion for this simple but difficult behavior shift which is look. I want you to stay curious just a little bit longer rush to action advice giving a little bit more slowly. So there's a soundbite in store. You know a mistrial Ian Left. Australia was a Rhodes. Scholar ENDED UP AT OXFORD MARRIED AT OXFORD which that and not becoming a loya to great things at Oxford gave me and then lived in London for Awhile Boston for Awhile now. Live in Toronto founded. A company called box of crayons. And it's focuses helping organizations shift from advice. Driven to curiosity led beautiful. Now I have to ask you this question because this is very. This is unusual that you're the publisher of your own book. Yeah oh I'm good for you because when people say eight hundred thousand copies and I made four dollars on it. I'm like yeah that's the publishing model right. It is more like God. I'm just so happy for you. Man I really am well. Thank you you know. I spent had previous book published with a fancy New York publishers. It was finally did pretty well like killed. One hundred thousand copies three years trying to get them to publish this book and they kept saying. Snow quite dare. I don't quite get it. I don't know and I finally went all right. I've really honed in on the Vision for this book. Is I know it's going to be good? You know me I can. I can sell some books. Part of it's like he played the you play the person. You didn't just play the book but they're like No. We're not going to publish. It and I was gutted but then it was like okay well I can either go and find another publisher and I could probably pull that off if I worked hard enough at it or exit site. Look I'm just GONNA go for it but I'm committed that if I'm self publishing I'm GonNa do it as a professional not as an amateur so when you pick up that book you increase. It doesn't feel like a self published book. It's it it has all the cues this was published by a you know a regular printing press and. Yeah it's going from success to success so not only is the Soda Bunch. I feel smug because published. I Bet I bet on myself and played pretty well

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"two thousand articles" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand articles" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of your health now if the questioners only mechanism I'm doing these hard things is the panic monster that's a problem because in all of these non deadline situations monster doesn't show up is nothing to wake up for so the effects procrastination they're not contain these extend outward forever the monkey sneaky if trick is when the deadlines aren't there Adam grant was saying that that this can actually be a good thing right and so I wonder whether slowing things down like you know procrastinating has has actually help you out in a way yeah in a way it is if the the good part of Krasny should for me in my particular line of work is the impulse to say well well well let's take a state deep breath here and let's take our time I definitely go slowly as any reader of way but why will tell you I do not come out with post very quickly sometimes I take ten weeks to come out with a blog post and it's for thirty thousand words that's something but it's not really what a blogger supposed to do and so for me going slow is is an important part of what I do yeah I mean you think about your like your blog it's been pretty successful and this is the conventional wisdom about the internet is BO fast brief like click paid staff and they you get let's readers and you post you know whenever you can yeah absolutely for me I mean I I wasn't a good business plan to try to out buzzfeed buzzfeed you know they write a thousand article today I'm gonna write two thousand articles Hey that's obvious have no chance of doing that and and I definitely believe that the ability of weight but why to gain a readership is directly tied to you know me spending sixty or eighty hours on every single post and they don't come out very often but when they do the qualities of parents compare that someone spent a long time on that I mean that's the thing like I I feel like you know the idea of slowing down even when it when it takes the form of procrastination like has huge benefits absolutely I think that for someone who wants to kind of really invent something that seems new it seems you know that really seems fresh that takes emotional and mental toil over long periods of time it doesn't just happen but procrastination is different than slowing down procrastination often forces you to slow down which is why it can be kind of an indirect asset so for me all I care about when I came out of college was doing creative I creative pursuit at some time whether it was writing music or or or writing and I didn't start doing you know one of those creative passions full time till I was thirty one that for cross nation set me back nine years there so I think the answer isn't to be a procrastinator that someone who's not in control of their own life the answer is to be in control and to know that it's smart to slow down and to do that in a controlled intentional.

"two thousand articles" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:19 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand articles" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"To Paul in Manhattan how are you good morning to your office once on occasion good to see you again thank you doctor I have been busy I am not using it in the law thank god and I was wondering and acted to not have my loan played I take him to reach the level tablespoons of vitamin C. powdered vitamins the daily what could give any with a vitamin C. to Intel vitamin C. IV is a hundred percent absorb you getting a larger dose but you're not going to put new lung tissue into your lungs as a result of that the only thing that'll give you brand new lung tissue and we have your videos on the website for people with emphysema COPD would be the intravenous and D. inhalational a nebulizer stem cells that'll put brand new cells into your loan to have those cells make your own work far better and we've had people that couldn't walk out of the house that and couldn't go down the block to buy food and such love the lady in her videos on the website that did stem cell therapy she is the third row top video and she describes how after doing it within a couple of weeks she was able to walk down the block go to her grandson soccer game or something walked down the hill from the parking lot walk back up the hill so she's had dramatic results from stem cell therapy as much as I'd like to say that vitamin CI V. as such a spectacular result it really doesn't for repairing or putting brand new cells it has good anti inflammatory potentially antiviral effect hi it's good for collagen connective tissue but you're not going to see the result the vitamin C. IV comparatively to the stem cell therapy but with the reduction last question with the reduction of the anti inflammatory does that not make greeting easy here sorry just say you only have so much information that it doesn't change it and what's the cause of inflammation so if you have heavy metals as the calls or something else is a cause unless we find the cause and change that that information will stay but this is not a linear one to one phenomenon where some type of information is the only mechanism there so taking an anti inflammatory vitamin combination is not going to change the entire picture the reason for the emphysema or COPD and obviously many peoples history smoking but also do you have Asian of all of your organs as certainly in your losing new cells and all of your tissues as you get older so you're living on older cells that are working well have you been a smoker in the past forty years ago yes well yes so that really sets the stage for the damage yeah so if you look at the videos and look at the articles on stem cell therapy for all the different conditions that you'll see there including MS Parkinson stroke outside mirrors a COPD emphysema diabetes correct elves function all these things you'll see and the videos illustrate how patients have response wonderful response that they were getting with medications and the woman who was told me to go on auction didn't want to do it so that's why she came in and now she's function perfectly okay I'm sorry yes good no doctors who one question and certainly no disrespect but I'm the whole bit normally when these procedures I like to stem cell zero one of the what a quote double blind studies so I mean there a hundred years of of clinical trials and research on stem cell therapy you know when I first started doing this I was accepted in clinical trials and and did everything that they asked obviously and documented everything we still document everything even though the clinical trials don't last forever they go on for ten years or so I got my fellowship certification this and we can still show documentation of patient results that's why we put the videos up there on the website and that's why we put articles up there there are over two thousand articles on my website for all sorts of different things but the last bunch of years have all been stem cell therapy for a variety of all the two general diseases okay even some of the more rare thank you so very much I appreciate you can assert take a look at the website would love to help you out one eight hundred eight four eight W. A. B. C. is the phone number to call website is W. W. W. dot P. R. C. A. L. dot net doctor cal dot net and you could look at all of that information and of course the idea behind putting articles and studies there is for people to read the abstract and understand the facts and that they could also click on the link to look at the entire article if they want and that's always been my goal is to educate and teach people about what's been ongoing for many many many years remember the understanding is that the cells are in your body to your cells so when we extract them from where they live the more they exist in the largest numbers and it takes a short amount of time to extract spend them in a required four thousand RPM centrifuge and then have those stem cells we can inject the joint you could do intravenous intravenous a nasal intravenous a nebulizer for the long so this is something that has a huge amount of information behind it the last time I looked at stem cell therapy benefits scholar dot Google I think the the count was one point six million studies citations so there's a great deal of documented proof that your cells from your body that only have one job can go to the areas of damaging degeneration make brand new cells so I'm not talking about using someone else's cells using your own cells is the only way to go that gives you the highest count of stem cells in years past we started we were using fat because that's what clinical trial had started so midway through the fat was switchover bull round because of a far greater number of stem cells extracted from so the reality is your body has incredible capacity to repair itself and this is just a brilliant mechanism to be able to take those cells and in large numbers put the men to do their job phone lines are open if you like to call in we may have a few minutes to answer another caller to one eight hundred eight four eight W. A. B. C. one eight hundred four eight nine two two two and we'll get sure call right up on the air as always we love to talk to people I love to talk to people and give them information education show them articles show them research showed impatient results I don't know of any other doctor at all who does that but I think this is one of the most important parts about being a communicator and a good doctor has to be a good communicator has to be a detective to figure out the problems researcher has to be a coach to guide you along in helping you to correct the the phenomenon of the problems that you're having and maintain your health that's the most important thing there are those the more important most important things for doctors to do if they're not teaching you anything you walk away in your P. Wilder that's not great unfortunately a lot of what happens because traditional medicine has changed so much over the years doctors in the traditional realm are being paid less and less by insurance companies and they're spending less and less time with you so they're in their hands are tied as to doing what they might realize would be the better tests or the things that would be giving you.

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"two thousand articles" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

07:35 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand articles" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Billionaires tomorrow on the Chris Plante show nine till rush. WLS AM eight ninety normally talk to Stephen Moore and about five fifty on Mondays. But we're all enthralled by the Tiger Woods, Donald Trump of press conference. So Stephen graciously push back a few minutes. Did you get a chance to watch that Stephen Moore? Hi, I see that. And it was an amazing. You know, it was already that anybody better to pick than you talking about tiger. Yes. Yeah. I mean that was a great tech a great selection for the potential medal of freedom. And you know, I think tiger is just a inspiring story for any American that, you know, even when you you you hit the doubt since, you know, remember when at one point he couldn't even shoot me eighties. You know, because his back was so bad, and he had, you know, problems with drinking and and take come back like that is break. Great story. I thought it was a fantastic choice for Trump because it's inspiring to everyone Steve Morris here. Former Wall Street Journal editorial board members still the chief economist over there the Heritage Foundation when I talked to you a week ago. You said I'm in I'm sticking this out, the smear campaign will not drive me away from being the next nominee for the Federal Reserve. I'm sorry didn't go your way. How do you feel about how I feel really heartbroken about it? Because I really think I could have made. The difference over at the fed and change the culture over there. You know, there are too many people who believes that high growth in the economy and more people working causes inflation. And that's a crazy idea. It's been wrong for fifty years. And so I was looking forward to get over there and shaking things up a little bit. But that's why the left opposed me. And I I think that you know, that Wall Street Journal editorial put it very, well that you know, I was defeated not because I'm wrong in my economic ideas. But because I'm right, and they were afraid of those ideas, and they didn't want those ideas represented, and you know, they hate me. They hate Trump. And you know, they ran this smear campaign. And you know, it got to the point John literally where when I get up in the morning. I didn't even wanna look at my Email that thoughts. What's the next charge? You know, they're gonna bring gets me. I mean, I eight women and I attacks cheating deadbeat dad, and I'm racist. And I'm, you know, xenophobe, I mean, it was one thing after another, and it was just too too problematic in to traumatic for my FAM. Really, do you think this has made us stronger? You know, whatever. Whatever kill you makes us stronger. Right. I'm we'll see about that. I did talk to the president on Friday. He was very nice. He called me. And he said, look, you know, you quoted yourself so. Well, he said you're going to be. Yeah. He said, your your reputation has been enhanced by this. And we'll see I mean, you know, I hate quitting John. I'm I'm an Trump never quits. That's one thing. I really admire about him. He's not a quitter, and it was hard for me to have to call the White House and say I have to pull out of this. But the good news is a lot of very good people that can take and they'd better news is lexicon comedy. I couldn't pick the better time out because the economy. With the jobs numbers to growth numbers the waves numbers. They productivity numbers. I mean, even the liberals are starting to say, wow. There's a real Trump affect your Stephen Moore. Did you did you drop on your own your decision or did they send you signals? Hey, there's a lot of Republican senators that are not going to get behind you. So you have to go or did you make that decision yourself? There's a little bit of both. I mean, look the president was to dependents of fighter. He did not want me to step down. You know, he wanted to keep fighting. And you know, I felt like the boxer, you know, he's been bullied bloodied meal in the seventh round. And I can't get back even he was doing him get back in that ring another route. So I love that about Trump though, he's not a quitter. He's a he's a fighter and he wanted me to keep going in this thought we could overcome it. But it was just very difficult for me to do given the given the constant assaults against me. John. You know, I, you know, me a long time. I've probably read two thousand articles the last twenty years I've been on TV five hundred times. I mean there wasn't enough. They could pick a power that would just make me also speaks it. It really speaks to the environment. I was just talking about this with John Ziglar who used to be, you know, revered by concerns now because he's not on board with Trump. He's reviled. But you know, in your case the totality of your work. Does not pay you as a sexist or a homophobe? Xenophobic or any of that? But unfortunately, what does it say about the American IQ collectively that things can be taken. So horribly out of context and used to bludgeon people. I think it's what it means is that our politics in Washington on from being a contact sport to a blood sport. And you know, it doesn't matter whether the allegations were true or not and ninety percent of them were untrue. I mean, one of the points. They kept saying, you know, oh, you're misogynist. And I said, wait a minute you've interviewed because they were interviewing girls Amy would neutral highschool back. You know, thirty some years ago. They couldn't find a single woman who said anything negative say about my behavior or my conduct, you know. And so it was but the problem is, you know, it's hard to it's hard. The media's very powerful in this country on very powerful. And it was just very difficult to you know, to have to respond every single day to some new accusation Steve Morris here you've been watching this game. A long time. Did this start with rob? Bork. Or does it go back before that? That's a good question. I think four was the first one to really be you know, so savagely attacked unfairly they tried to take down Kevin on. Thank God that didn't happen. I mean, you don't want to succumb to bullies. You know? That's the thing that my problem was I probably should've said no to the president when he asked me about this. 'cause like, I know I have skull my closet. I'm no angel. I'm no ultra boy. Although I did go to Catholic. You know? And so I knew I had this, you know, but I I never imagined from moment. John when the pheasant asked me to do this that there would be this anybody wouldn't even pay attention wake. You can you even name a single member of the Federal Reserve Board? Well, just to I can name that that Powell Powell Powell you can and people know the chairman is that ninety percent of people listening to this show. Probably can't think of a single I can barely name a number reserve. So I didn't think anybody would pay attention, but the left had their had their knives out for me. Sorry, just I gave him too much ammunition. Again as horribly out of context. That's I hate hypocrisy and it bugs me from the right of bugs from the left. And it's a no short supply nowadays. And I I'm disappointed. I'm sorry. But I'm glad at least now I know you can continue to join me on Mondays. Well, thank you, John. I mean, you've been a good friend, and you know, I'm not going away. Probably end up on the campaign and the most important thing. I know now is we can't let these people take power 'cause they're vicious and vile, and they are they will they don't care about the truth Stephen liquor wounds, and we'll talk in next Monday. All right. Steve Moore from the Wall Street Journal and also from the Heritage Foundation. Well, the text of the Illinois recreational marijuana Bill was released it's very concerning. If you care about public health and safety so says one organization, no t h c caps advertising is allowed marijuana shops can be built thousand feet from school and extracts would say usually closely linked to the development of psychosis. Can also be sold. We'll take all of those issues up with the man that opposes us. A good doctor will join us next at six thirty five. Five six thirty no turning over the president's taxes. News.

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"two thousand articles" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

12:53 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand articles" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm Greg waiting for the longest time to speak to you hover. The only way the the issue is of my two granddaughters. My daughter had twins, and they just detected that they have Turner syndrome. Okay. So I'm just wondering. Stem cell would be a probable and Medicare 'em medication to I'm not sure because Turner's syndrome is a chromosomal condition. So it's a genetic condition. I mean, I haven't seen literature on stem for that. But I mean, I would look, but I don't I don't imagine. It would it's not gonna change the genetics. I'm just figured, you know, I just figured I would ask you would work or not work or what? I don't know. I'm not sure that I would think it would work because it's something that you have in your blueprint in your genes. So it's a genetic defect, and that's stem cells will go repair damaged cells, but are not gonna take every gene defect and reverse, gene defect. Yeah. I say, but it's it's very strange because they're the only ones that have it. When my daughter she just found out about it about the couple of weeks ago about a month ago. Okay. They took them to genetic. What is it called medicine? Desist geneticists down in the city. And this this is what came back. So I'm just like enquiring from. You know what we should do? And what you know. We're actively children's hospitals are the ones that are the best because they see this sort of thing all the time, and there may be foundations for Turner's or any of the individual disorders, and you can get a lot of good information and see what's going on research there. My daughter should get in touch with a children's hospital while. Yeah, children's hospitals for children diseases. They see more of that than anybody. In other words, you don't go to a regular doctor. If your child has a as an issue or genetic issue, you go to a facility that, you know, a does research be has thousands and thousands of those individuals within their care in their history. So that always makes sense. Thank you for the call. Let's go next to Eugene is Sussex. Hi there. How are you? How are you? Dr great. I have a question regarding COPD and stem cells. Yes. How many treatments required usually one treatment? The majority of people that we've seen when we do intravenous or intravenous with a nebulizer to get extra stem cells topically your lungs. We'll do one treatment. I can't remember a patient that had COPD where we did a second treatment. I'm not saying that doesn't exist. But I know that we've never done a second Ivy on diabetics and diabetics typically, you know, between two to four months we'll have such a significant improvement in their insulin production and they backed down on their meds at center, they do exercise and diet. We've never done a second IV for diabetic. We have patients that have stroked. That'll do a second one year or two later, we have patients that have MS and Parkinson's. We'll do a second stem procedure a year or two later. So it for the the majority of people that we see one treatment is what's done. And I'm not saying person could say, hey, I'm seventy five percent better. I wanna do it again. They can you know, there's no risk side. Effected Robak your cells. It sounds good to be true. Dr. Well, you just have to look at the medical research. You know, when it's something sounds too good to be true read about it. Know on my website. There are two thousand articles the last couple of years are about stem cell therapy for all sorts of different diseases. You know, we talk about arthritis Alzheimer's COPD, diabetes, erectile dysfunction, frailty syndrome, heart failure liver. Kidney failure lupus MS Parkinson's stroke, rheumatoid, pulmonary fibrosis on the research articles on the site scleroderma any of the joints. We have a patient with macular generation has improved her vision. You have to look at the videos and the website because you'll hear people tell their story. Yes. It's unbelievable. But we've been brainwashed to thinking that everything in your body requires a drug researching. Yeah. I looked at that one that you had with the young lady very happy over period of a couple of months with the results. They're your cells. And that's their only job. Surprises me doctors at such an embedded chronic problem that it almost seems like a bloody miracle by may say that the you're missing the understanding of what stem cells are what they do. So you can see both the videos on gentleman with MS and Parkinson's. The left first column. First video is a man with a pink shirt, he was out of the wheelchair within a month. And then if you look down to videos below that under the lady with macular degeneration, the Parkinson's patient was on a wheelchair as well. So your cells only have that one job to repair damaged tissue. So whether it's COPD or any of these other disorders, there's tons of research worldwide that your own cells can create significant repair, you're putting brand new cells in where the damage has been done. So you're placing older cells with brand new cells. That's the only way that people can get these benefits because there's no drug that gets you out of the wheelchair. You know after so many years. There's no drug that makes you non-diabetic can not require any medications. You know? So you have to understand look at the research on my website, look at the videos, and you understand it. Thank you for your call. Phone lines relevant if you'd like to call the next question, you could do so right now, let's go to king in Brooklyn. How are you? Good evening. Thank you. Sure. Stem cell treatment for degenerated Gish. Doctors I think in Europe have tried to inject with a relatively long needle stem cells and kind of use a florist go to try to avoid hitting your nerve roots and try to inject him into your disk. I don't know how well that's worked. We have a lot of people that have back problems, but are more caused by ligament laxity in league of it, wear and tear stretching and damage for some people that opt to do it. We may do intravenous stem cells to get to all of their blood flow and all their organs and also inject the league of their back. They've got some good results. So depends upon what the really shows that you have. Right. Like completion of digest. Yeah. I know what that is. I mean, obviously know what that is. So I'd have to get a more clear picture on. What that what that shows? Do you have arthritis there as well? Do you have spun the lowest thesis, which means you're shifting one vertebrae on the top of the other Ford or back in it's a lot more complicated. So I need to see the Mirai and even your range of motion how much pain you have do you have pain when you get up and down out of the chair? I mean, it's a lot more. We need to look at. Treat it. Of course, we have lots of people of thirty years I've been in practice that have degenerative disease and low back and neck and joint problems. Of course. You know, what I would do you're missing my point have no idea. What I would do I need to examine you see what your range of motion is I need to see if your muscles are still relatively strong or their atrophying because if actually Kerr's it means there's damage to the nerve that my require removing some of that bone that's pressing on her damaging nerve. So it's not just you walk in, you know, like going after fast food, you can pick up your burger, I gotta learn about your body first. And then take it from there. Thank you for your call. Okay. Let's go to Doug in Morris county. How are you? Hi, hi. This is Doug. Yes. I saw I saw on the internet that concern about my memory about some possible clinical trials. I went into get tested, and I found out I have early onset Alzheimer's. How old are you sixty five five fifty five? And you know, they gave me some tests, you know, some some test neurological stuff at me questions and how much I remember does stories. She knows she was giving it to me right, then and there, and so are you assessing patients into your clinical trials. First thing is I don't I didn't create the clinical trials I was taken into the clinical trial because I met the requirements of what they wanted when we first started them a few years back. So for patients that want to stem cells, you don't need to have the clinical trial to get into it. So typically if you have issues with anywhere and tear on the organs of your body or the joints. We can sit down go over this setup and do the stem cells for you. Because there's ample research over many years worldwide that says stem cells will go to the areas of damage and make brand new cells. And if you look at the videos on my website as I keep saying. You'll see people with MS and Parkinson's out of a wheelchair patient with COPD who can walk and go shopping again people that are non diabetic after two months to four months of doing a stem cell IV lady with Macklin generation, stroke patient. Great results. So there's a patient that had dementia, and Alzheimer's and also foot trap, and that radically changed over the course of a month. So yeah. There's a lot you could read about if you if you also look at the articles in the bottom my website. So there are two thousand articles. If you read the bottom, and you look through those articles in scroll through them, you'll see articles on every degener- disease, including Alzheimer's, I remember lost. So I think that would be the greatest thing for you to do because it's only your cells. There's no drug of chemical, you know, it's the ultimate safe mechanism because it's your cells. Right. And I guess I have to decide whether it Goto about way, my wife, and I love your show. Thank you. Whether two clinical trial that that this cognitive center is suggesting me to do or what what are they doing in a cognitive center. Well, now, they're they're I guess they're getting clients to go into recruiting patients for what what are they gonna do? Cognitive therapy or medication or medication. I would not do that. And the reason why I would not do that. It's because for all the years, and every patient I've seen with memory loss and progressing into Alzheimer's, as it does many cases. I don't think the Mets work, and you could talk to one hundred people that have a relative that has Alzheimer's everybody does sooner or later. So the longer people live the more their brain wears just like their heart lungs liver, kidney, pancreas, and elsewhere and joints. But if you talk to people enough people who have relatives or see people that I've Alzheimer's on the meds. You don't see the result? But remember, you putting billions of brand new cells into your bloodstream, and then, you know, through a nasal mist directly into your brain, you putting new cells where the damaged cells are, and that's what the the whole function stem cells would be to make brand new cells where you have damage. Okay. Sounds really promising on. That's exactly where I was thinking to my no my father had it in a ton of his he's one of. Twelve and his sisters and brothers had Alzheimer's. Okay. Okay now. So the issue is as you are developing some memory issues early. We have to make sure that it's not heavy metal exposure, you may have high levels of lead mercury nickel. Aluminum, cadmium, arsenic, etc. So that concerns damage your brain with research has been saying that for seventy years, but I would look at you know, correcting your vitamins minerals hormones, look at your blood flow because some people have vascular dementia where they have plaque in the blood vessels going to the head. And that may be why you're not, you know, sharp as you were because you're restricting blood flow to the brain we have to look at that. But stem cells of the most natural thing that you could do. You know, one thing that was nice about the going into clinical trials as they offered a pet scan..

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12:01 min | 3 years ago

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"Blood will mean check intravenously it can get to any tissue and set up shop and make new cells. There's ample research on that. And in the two thousand articles that have in the bottom of my website. You'll see, you know, articles stem cell therapy for almost every general disease. Everything that we've been able to look at or show research for if you put it into a joint there is evidence that it will grow and repair ligament tendon cartilage bone. So the research over many years, not just what I've done show stem cell therapy can help to repair just about any part of your body. It's just a matter of putting it there. If I do I can't get your joy, you don't have big arteries going into your joints. If you have a drug problem injected join. Right for basically, you would need x rays locate where you would well the x Ray doesn't really locate. It just shows you the outline of the bone. So we love to have more is because that gives us a look at all the tissue. Your ligaments tendons cartilage, the meniscus in your knee discs in your back. It shows us everything when you do. So that's the better test. Thank you. Again, you do a wonderful job. Thank you. Thank you. Appreciate that. Have a good day. Give us cough. We can help you out five one six seven nine four zero four zero four. Let's go to Steve in queens. How are you? Hi, dr. So much for taking my call. Last year. I have recently done in MRI on my right knee. And he showed the. Of the. Oh. Compartment with full thickness cartilage loss. And thoughts clear face. It's not that like small. And a demo. Bone to bone walk. Exactly, the typically, it means that over a lifetime of activity on your new you had wear and tear degeneration and most people over time when they do the MRI after years worth of problems. We'll see multiple areas of wearing tear. So this is typically why we talk about using your own cells to create repair because injecting them into the joint they'll go to the entirety of the incentive joint and create that repair overwhelmingly when we treat people with knees, and hips and shoulders, and you could see videos on the website studies articles, which are actually research studies on the website, you'll see how well stem cell therapy can work for the joints. Do you have difficulty walking up and down stairs or doing activity? And not really definitely when I go up the noise like how. Yeah, you have the generation of the tissue. So I hear the noise on the he doesn't bother me. But I hear it sooner or later, they're, you know, based upon your, wear and tear. You're gonna have a problem with the knee, and whether or not you have pain or difficulty walking flat or up and down stairs, etc. It may evolve over time where you have less function. Currently the loss. I mean, what's up? Yeah. You've been grinding down on your tissue. So the cartilages damaged so you'd want to repair that cartilage. So that you'll be more functional down the road, then less functional fed up. You can definitely symptom problem. Our to the map is not fooled. But at least maintain it, I think it would give you significant improvement based upon research we've read and based upon patients treated take a look the videos on my website. You'll see conditions much worse than what you have where people could barely walk because of knee and ankle pain fracture, and such an MS, and Parkinson's and etc. You know, patients that are much more debilitated spectacular results. So between the videos of the articles on the website. You'll see your info. Can answer another question on this. Since I have a very gene mutation, okay? Part of the heckler Janika. Can stem cell therapy in there. When I have with you. Monthly. Known stem cells do not change genetic issues. Okay. So, you know. Other problems. Seen it and literature doesn't describe it. We only use your stem cells from your body, not someone else's there may be issues with using someone else's umbilical Aram Yadav fluid. So, you know, we don't do that. We don't talk about that. However, the other thing that I tell every patient is that as you age, you're losing your ability to make new cells everywhere in your body. So that's what aging is whether we see your thyroid gland decline, and you're making less thyroid hormone, you're not making testosterone the number of cells in every organ decreases dramatically, so sort of the beautiful answer to that is to use stem cells to get more cells there to help to create repair. Whether it's your brain, your is, your heart your lungs liver, your kidneys, your pancreas, your got to me your joints. So that's the basis of what stem cells do they're attracted to areas of damage degeneration, and they have one job to make brand new cells that area. So they're great to shut down the inflammatory cascade like lupus rheumatoid, and they also grow new tissue wherever you have damage. Thank you so much for your call. Take a look at the website, Dr cow dot net and give us a call the office right away. Five one six seven nine four zero four zero four let's go to Jeff in Long Island. How are you? Hey, good morning doctor. Thank you. You're welcome. I got caught off last week. You were ending the show, so okay, good and colder Leo's time, right? Okay. So I have a twenty four year old daughter down syndrome. Hypothyroidism? We've got her on the Armagh thyroid. Now, we got her up to central. Lieutnant our she has low of late and her periods are eleven days, apart, her white blood count is also love just wondered what you thought my approach should be from this. The best approach is really to do the big blood tests that we talk about because we're looking at vitamins minerals hormones, absorption, digestion, immune response, a full iron profile. We look at heavy metals because heavy metals maybe damaging the ability for iron ore for your two and three positively charged minerals magnesium potassium calcium from getting too important receptor sites to allow them to function. So there's a lot to look at that would help to correct that if she's iron deficient, and we give some iron than that should give her more energy and better, you know, thought focused concentration if the other vitamins are low that would enhance. Immune response energy. So there are lots of things that correcting vitamins minerals would do in homeless would do the question of is that in a young individual you expect that T three to be one thirty one forty one fifty. And the t four to be closer to ten. So I don't know where the armor third is placing her, but you wanna be in a good range. Not just be five points above the low end of normal. Yeah. She's in the normal range right now, a normal range is nothing. That's what I'm trying to tell you if the normal range of sixty two two hundred and she's seventy that's not great. If the normal range strategic four is four point five to twelve and she's five or six that's not good enough. So we have to look at that. And maybe if she's at the low end of normal raise it up a little bit and see which improvement. We see I think very interesting. Do you think that the Lauren could be taught to these frequent periods? Of course, absolutely positively. You what's your view on nascent iodine as a supplement in January? I Don, theoretically, you know, might help firearms, but we don't see it working or doing much in the older population. Frequently Souissi people in their fifties. Sixties seventies. We'll hear about IDO I'm taking I'd I'm and I tell them that just taking one of the precursors or one of the helpers is not going to open up a factory that's shutting down because you have your firearm. Gland is not making the cells it made in there for can't make the hormone. You could take all the I'd in the world is not going to get that Glenn to act like a twenty or thirty year younger gland. So there's probably limited benefit from taking firearm rather item as you get older. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, think of it. I have trillions and trillions and trillions of cells dividing every second. I think when I looked online is twenty nine. With thirty zeroes after new cell divisions happening every second. So when you're young you're invincible, you know, if he could take on the world and go crazy and do everything and play sports and on. After a while your body stops producing them, so hard doctor is recommending we don't give her Nathan iodine question. Throws the numbers out of whack it. Makes it very hard to regulate. So I am not sure about that. But I just need to see where she is in that range of normal for firewood. Thousands of times. Her T S H is point seven. Oh, yeah. That's fine. But the question is, you know, we're not three in that range, whereas the t four that range also she taking an afternoon dose or just morning dose. Morning does. So here's the interesting point. And this is why talk about your morning dose might be gone by two o'clock in the afternoon. Because if you're not making your morning dose in your body's using in one hundred trillion cells are pulling on it to get result. It may be that it's gone by three o'clock in the afternoon. So for all thyroid patients when we see them and consulted me get their initial blood done. In many cases will test them in the afternoon to see if their levels have dropped in most often they do because normally in life when you're a kid you make all your hormones, while you're sleeping you wake up in the morning. You ready to go? And then when you're using up your hormones, and you nutrients by the afternoon, some of them were lower and your body will release more thyroid hormone. But if you're not making enough in the morning and chances are you aren't making it in the afternoon. I think so that's how we look at some of these things already three from the last test. Only fifty four, and we have to look at all that all the vitamins minerals all of those things heavy metals. All that. Thank you so much for your call. Let's go to Mike in Newburgh. Hi, how are you? Hey, good morning. Dr county every morning. I'm kind of at a fork in the road here. I have my right knee has a couple of years ago with tournament Akkas, whatever. And I've been pollinating ace bandages. I had lucky streaks. Right. Walked okay for quite a while. But I just reintroducing yesterday against so I'm contemplating Arctic Skopje surgery, or I know that you're Abba method, but the platelets platelet rich, plasma stem cell treatment repair the issue. That's happening. Is that everything that ever happened to that niece since you were a kid is a cumulative effect or cumulative, wear and tear. So you.

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01:52 min | 3 years ago

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"I are only this weekend state their arena, it just might be the best rodeo you've ever seen. Take a trip back with this week's rock almanac. What's going on there? Rock and roll lovers. Daddy, west here to take you on a trip back to this week in rock and roll history. Let's start off in nineteen sixty six were David Jones changed his aim to David Bowie to avoid confusion with Davy Jones of the Monkees just in time for the release of a single can't help thinking about me. He would later say that he chose Bowie because he liked the big American bear killing night. Okay. This week in one thousand nine hundred seventy at the frontier hotel in Las Vegas, the Supremes played their last concert with Diana Ross who introduces her replacement Jean Terrell Ross performs with the group just wants more at the Motown twenty-five TV special in one thousand nine hundred eighty three this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight Fleetwood MAC's rumours hits number one for a record thirty first week on the US album chart this week in one thousand nine hundred a billboard was arrested on sunset strip in West Hollywood to promote pink Floyd's album, the wall a blank wall was pasted up and each. Brick was removed to slowly reveal the inside spread and title of the album this week in one thousand nine hundred four Madonna makes her first appearance on American bandstand when asked by dick Clark about her. Embiid the singer replies to rule the world. And soon after she Shirley did this week in the year two thousand article in Rolling Stone. We find out the surrogate father of Melissa Ethridge is two children is David Crosby. And this week just last year in two thousand eighteen we lost cranberries lead singer Dolores weird at age forty six the cranberries biggest hit zombie in nineteen ninety four. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. In many countries around the World Medical.

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News Radio 690 KTSM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

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"What's going on there? Rock and roll lovers. Daddy, west here to take you on a trip back to this week in rock and roll history. Let's start off in nineteen sixty six David Jones changed his name to David Bowie to avoid confusion with Davy Jones of the Monkees just in time for the release of a single can't help thinking about me. He would later say that he chose Bowie because he liked the big American bear killing night. Okay. This week in one thousand nine hundred seventy at the frontier hotel in Las Vegas the Supremes played their last concert with Diana Ross who introduces her replacement Jean Terrell Ross performs with the group. Just once more at the Motown twenty-five TV special in nineteen Eighty-three this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight Fleetwood MAC's rumours hits number one for a record thirty first week on the US album chart this week in one thousand nine hundred billboard was erected on sunset strip in West Hollywood to promote pink Floyd's album, the wall a blank wall was pasted up and each day of brick was removed to slowly reveal. The inside spread and title of the album this week in one thousand nine hundred four Madonna makes her first appearance on American bandstand when asked by dick Clark about her ambitions the singer replies to rule the world. And soon after she Shirley did this week in the year two thousand article in Rolling Stone. We find out the surrogate father of Melissa etheridge's two children is David Crosby. And this week just last year in two thousand eighteen we lost cranberries lead singer Dolores at age forty six the cranberries biggest hit samba in nineteen ninety four. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. Bolivia from Washington..

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News Talk 1130 WISN

03:26 min | 3 years ago

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"What's going on there? Rock and roll lovers. It's Eddie west here to take you on a trip back to this week in rock and roll history. Let's start off in nineteen sixty six were David Jones changed his name to David Bowie to avoid confusion with Davy Jones of the Monkees just in time for the release of a single can't help thinking about me. He would later say that he chose Bowie because he liked the big American bear killing night. Okay. This week in one thousand nine hundred seventy at the frontier hotel in Las Vegas, the Supremes played their last concert with Diana Ross who introduces her replacement Jean Terrell Ross performs with the group just wants more at the Motown twenty-five TV special in nineteen Eighty-three this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight Fleetwood MAC's rumours hits number one for a record thirty first week on the US album chart this week nineteen eighty billboard was erected on sunset strip in West Hollywood to promote pink Floyd's album, the wall a blank wall was pasted up and each day of brick was removed. To slowly reveal the inside spread and title of the album this week in nineteen Eighty-four Madonna makes her first appearance on American bandstand when asked by dick Clark about her ambitions the singer replies to rule the world. And soon after she surely did this week in the year two thousand article in Rolling Stone. We find out the Saragan father of Melissa Ethridge two children is David Crosby. And this week just last year in two thousand eighteen we lost cranberries lead singer Dolores leering at eight forty six the cranberries biggest hit samba nine hundred ninety four. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. And now the iheartradio weekend sports time capsule. Hey, fellas sports fans at sandy west. I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. Let's start way back in eighteen ninety two publication called triangle magazine, James Naismith, publishes the rules to his new game of basketball this week in one thousand nine hundred forty two the cubs dropped plans to install lights at Wrigley due to World War Two this week in nineteen forty-three. Alex smart of the Montreal Canadians is the first NHL player to score a hat trick. In his first game this week in nineteen sixty seven the first Super Bowl is played Super Bowl won the Green Bay Packers. Beat the Kansas City. Chiefs thirty five to ten at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The game MVP Green Bay quarterback. Bart. Starr this week in one thousand nine hundred five Martina Navratilova is the third to win one hundred ten tournaments at that point. The other two were Jimmy Connors and Chris Everett this week in one thousand nine hundred. Five the Los Angeles Rams announced they're moving to Saint Louis which had been without an NFL franchise since one thousand nine hundred eighty eight when the cardinals moved to Arizona today. The Rams are back in LA and this week in two thousand thirteen Lance Armstrong admits to doping on all seven of his tour de France victories. That's your iheartradio weekend sports time capsule. Twincities. But that's the story that I had here on my stack. I talk about here on the program back a little bit. But I want to talk about the impact of boggling weather was good. His overall impact is good or bad. But I do agree with this motto. Bogle has been is important in terms of. Personal finance saving investing for the generation the baby boomers,.

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01:49 min | 3 years ago

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"To gain. Take a trip back with this week's rock almanac. What's going on there? Rock and roll lovers. It's anti west here to take you on a trip back to this week in rock and roll history. Let's start off in nineteen sixty six David Jones changed his name to David Bowie to avoid confusion with Davy Jones of the Monkees just in time for the release of a single can't help thinking about me. He would later say that he chose Bowie because he liked the big American bear killing night. Okay. This week in one thousand nine hundred seventy at the frontier hotel in Las Vegas, the Supremes played their last concert with Diana Ross who introduces her replacement Jean Terrell Ross performs with the group just wants more at the Motown twenty-five TV special in one thousand nine hundred eighty three this week in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight Fleetwood MAC's rumours hits number one for a record thirty first week on the US album chart this week in one thousand nine hundred billboard was erected on sunset strip in West Hollywood to promote pink Floyd's album, the wall. A blank wall was pasted up and each day of brick was removed to slowly reveal the inside spread and title of the album this week in nineteen Eighty-four Madonna makes her first appearance on American bandstand when asked by dick Clark about her. Embiid the singer replies to rule the world. And soon after she surely did this week in the year two thousand article in Rolling Stone. We find out the surrogate father of Melissa etheridge's two children is David Crosby. And this week just last year in two thousand eighteen we lost cranberries lead singer Dolores at age forty six the cranberries biggest hit samba in nineteen ninety four. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. Excuse me..

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03:11 min | 3 years ago

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Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:24 min | 3 years ago

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"Take a trip back with this week's rock almanac. What's going on there? Rock and roll lovers. It's anti west here to take you on a trip back to this week in rock and roll history. Let's start off in nineteen sixty six for David Jones changed his aim to David Bowie to avoid confusion with Davy Jones of the Monkees just in time for the release of a single can't help thinking about me. He would later say that he does Bowie because he liked the big American bear killing night this week in one thousand nine hundred seventy at the frontier hotel in Las Vegas, the Supremes played their last concert with Diana Ross who introduces her replacement Jean Terrell Ross performs with the group just wants more at the Motown twenty-five TV special in nineteen Eighty-three this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight Fleetwood MAC's rumors hits number one for a record thirty first week on the US album chart this week in one thousand nine hundred a billboard was erected on sunset strip in West Hollywood to promote pink Floyd's album, the wall a blank wall was pasted up and each day of brick was removed too. Slowly. Reveal the inside spread and title of the album this week in one thousand nine hundred four Madonna makes her first appearance on American bandstand when asked by dick Clark about her ambitions the singer replies to rule the world. And soon after she Shirley did this week in the year two thousand article in Rolling Stone. We find out the Saragan father of Melissa etheridge's two children is David Crosby. And this week just last year in two thousand eighteen we lost cranberries lead singer Dolores at age forty six the cranberries biggest hit zombie in nineteen Ninety-four. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. Senate Tonio breaking news, traffic, and weather NewsRadio twelve hundred w. When you need to know what's going on around here when you need to know. I know what's happening in my country when you need to know. The weather forecast, or you know, what they need an umbrella. What to wear got traffic gotta get to work on stay in the now. News, weather and traffic be. Out of the loop. Start your day off. San Antonio, breaking news, traffic, and weather NewsRadio twelve hundred w away. You're listening to Rush's week in review and greetings, once again to you music, lovers thrill seekers conversationalist on across the Ronin plan. Welcome to a guy and a golf shirt impoundage. Network. That's right. My friends a guy in a golf shirt running the country in Palm Beach. I'll tell you what I did. By the way, the phone number eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two if you want to be on the program. I ran a little test of sorts, although I intended to do it. Anyway, I went off the grid. I am not.

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02:40 min | 3 years ago

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"One four. Take a trip back with this week's rock almanac. What's going on there? Rock and roll lovers. Daddy, west here to take you on a trip back to this week in rock and roll history. Let's start off in nineteen sixty six were David Jones changed his aim to David Bowie to avoid confusion with Davy Jones of the Monkees just in time for the release of a single can't help thinking about me. He would later say that he chose Bowie because he liked the big American bear killing night. Okay. This week in one thousand nine hundred seventy at the frontier hotel in Las Vegas, the Supremes played their last concert with Diana Ross who introduces her replacement Jean Terrell Ross performs with the group just wants more at the Motown twenty-five TV special in one thousand nine hundred eighty three this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight Fleetwood MAC's rumours hits number one for a record thirty first week on the US album chart this week in one thousand nine hundred a billboard was erected on sunset strip in West Hollywood to promote pink Floyd's album, the wall a blank wall was pasted up and each day of brick was removed to slowly reveal the inside. Spread and title of the album this week in one thousand nine hundred four Madonna makes her first appearance on American bandstand when asked by dick Clark about her. Embiid the singer replies to rule the world. And soon after she surely did this week in the year two thousand article in Rolling Stone. We find out the Saragan father, Melissa Ethridge is two children is David Crosby. And this week just last year in two thousand eighteen we lost cranberries lead singer Dolores at age forty six the cranberries biggest hit zombie nine hundred ninety four. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. Newsradio six ninety KT SM. Welcome back to handle on the law. The reason you need lawyers because the world is such a wonderful place. Where do you go you go to handle in one dot com? The website. And it gives us all those.

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"two thousand articles" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand articles" Discussed on KTOK

"He would later say that he chose Bowie because he liked the big American bear killing night. Okay. This week in one thousand nine hundred seventy at the frontier hotel in Las Vegas the Supremes played their last concert with Diana Ross who introduces her replacement Jean Terrell Ross performs with the group. Just once more at the Motown twenty-five TV special in one thousand nine hundred eighty three this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight Fleetwood MAC's rumours hits number one for a record thirty first week on the US album chart this week in one thousand nine hundred billboard was erected on sunset strip in West Hollywood to promote pink Floyd's album, the wall a blank wall was pasted up and each day a brick was removed to slowly reveal the inside spread. And title of the album this week in nineteen Eighty-four Madonna makes her first appearance on American bandstand when asked by dick Clark about her ambitions the singer replies to rule the world. And soon after she surely did this week in the year two thousand article in Rolling Stone. We find out the surrogate father of Melissa Ethridge two children is David Crosby. And this week just last year in two thousand eighteen we lost cranberries lead singer Dolores Reardon at age forty six the cranberries biggest hit zombie in nineteen ninety four. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. Get ready to binge. It's new to view streaming edition. Look out for a whole slew of Netflix originals in January coming to the streaming service this week or titles like Godzilla the planet. Eater went heroes. Fly which is a new action adventure series remastered massacre at the stadium focuses on Victor HARA, the Chilean teacher singer songwriter and activist sex education is a new team drama and Chevy Chase and Richard Dreyfuss star in the Netflix, original comedy films. The last laugh what does Hulu heaven's door this week? You can watch the complete first season of AMC's lodge, forty nine the.

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"two thousand articles" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand articles" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"He would later say that he chose Bowie because he liked the big American bear killing night. Okay. This week in one thousand nine hundred seventy at the frontier hotel in Las Vegas, the Supremes played their last concert with Diana Ross who introduces her replacement Jean Terrell Ross performs with the group just wants more at the Motown twenty-five TV special in one thousand nine hundred eighty three this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight Fleetwood MAC's rumours hits number one for a record thirty first week on the US album chart this week nine hundred billboard was erected on sunset strip in West Hollywood to promote pink Floyd's album, the wall a blank law was pasted up and each day of brick was removed. To slowly reveal the inside spread and title of the album this week in nineteen Eighty-four Madonna makes her first appearance on American bandstand when asked by dick Clark about her ambitions the singer replies to rule the world. And soon after she surely did this week in the year two thousand article in Rolling Stone. We find out the Saragan father a Melissa Ethridge two children is David Crosby. And this week just last year in two thousand eighteen we lost cranberries lead singer Dolores rearing at age forty six cranberries biggest hit zombie in nineteen ninety four. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. All programs on news talk eleven thirty w I s and our broadcaster, the annex wealth management studios, annex wealth management know, the difference. Eleven thirty WINS and Mark Belling late afternoon show cooled are cash contests. Texting word coming up four o'clock little bit after the forecast for the next few days, mostly cloudy tonight, low.

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"two thousand articles" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand articles" Discussed on KTOK

"Take a trip back with this week's rock almanac. What's going on there? Rock and roll lovers. It's Eddie west here to take you on a trip back to this week in rock and roll history at start off in nineteen sixty six were David Jones changed his aim to David Bowie to avoid confusion with Davy Jones of the Monkees just in time for the release of a single can't help thinking about me. He would later say that he chose Bowie because he liked the big American bear killing night. Okay. This week in one thousand nine hundred seventy at the frontier hotel in Las Vegas the Supremes played their last concert with Diana Ross who introduces her replacement Jean Terrell Ross performs with the group. Just once more at the Motown twenty-five TV special in one thousand nine hundred eighty three this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight Fleetwood MAC's rumours hits number one for a record thirty first week on the US album chart this week in one thousand nine hundred a billboard was erected on sunset strip in West Hollywood to promote pink Floyd's album, the wall. A blank wall was pasted up and each day a brick was removed to slowly reveal the inside spread and title of the album this week in one thousand nine hundred four Madonna makes her first appearance on American bandstand when asked by dick Clark about her. Embiid the singer replies to rule the world. And soon after she surely did this week in the year two thousand article in Rolling Stone. We find out the Saragan father of Melissa Ethridge is two children is David Crosby. And this week just last year in two thousand eighteen we lost cranberries lead singer Dolores at eight forty six the cranberries biggest hit zombie in one thousand nine hundred ninety four. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. Hi, it's Jamie, progressive's.

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CBS entertainment chief defends network amid Moonves allegations

02:04 min | 4 years ago

CBS entertainment chief defends network amid Moonves allegations

"Since two thousand eight, I'm Ann Cates And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg. World headquarters Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing which makes chips for the iphone, and other devices detailed it's progress in recovering from a computer virus in an. E mail TSMC said that. Eighty percent of the fabrication tools affected by. A virus outbreak, Friday evening had been restored and that it expects a full recovery on Monday, the Taiwanese company said the. Incident, would delay shipments and warned of reduced revenue of forty two billion dollar merger to create what would become the world's largest gas producer. Is facing an unexpected hurdle from the US, antitrust regulator that could derail the deal the Federal Trade Commission indicated it wants Germany's Lind and. Danbury Connecticut-based. Praxair to sell more assets before it approves are deal that's according to land today. In a statement to the markets wind and noted a higher likelihood that the requirement may push. Total asset disposal Zell's to beyond what would be acceptable to it in the merger deal Venezuela's security forces are making a. Wave of arrests after an attack by explosive-laden drones during a military parade that wounded officers but left President Nicolas Maduro unharmed. Venezuela's interior minister said this afternoon a thirties had arrested six, people and had raided Caracas hotels for evidence and more arrests could take place CBS is entertainment chief, defended his, network as a safe and welcoming place to work CBS entertainment president Kelly call told reporters today at a meeting intended to promote its fall TV schedule that CBS isn't. Saying it's perfect, this came amid allegations against CBS CEO less moon vez six women. Alleged harassment or misconduct by Moonves between the nineteen eighties and two thousand article in the New Yorker magazine global news twenty four hours a day on air and it ticked back on Twitter powered by more than. Twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer.

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