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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

05:21 min | 10 months ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"I'm really fond of saying that the best treatment for you is the one that works for you and so many people spend so much time comparing themselves to others. But of course, you're not promoting comparing yourself to others, you're promoting getting ideas from others, trying it out and then doing what works for you, correct. Absolutely. There's no one size fits all approach. And one of the reasons we wanted to write a book and one of the reasons that we think it's so important to have our website and have a community talking to each other is because we know that anxiety is different and panic attacks are different for different people. And so that when we were having so many problems with panic ourselves, we would sort of go into bookstores and find very prescriptive books telling us take medication or don't take medication and do cognitive therapy or do mindfulness or you can breathe this all out or and there was always a very specific point of view. And the thing that we realized is that we're all different and there's not one size fits all on one side, they sit us on one day and we're in other size the next day. That's true in anxiety and in life. What's really great about community is that people share their stories and community in and of itself is healing. That's why we always say, don't go it alone, join us and max and I are part of the community ourselves. And they help us too. Because even though we've largely recovered, we still have our days. I mean, you know, anxiety is definitely a lifetime commitment for most people. Let's talk about the role of medication and anxiety treatment. How do you feel about that? We feel that people should do whatever works for them. And we feel really strongly about that. That there shouldn't be any shame in taking medication, some people need medication. Some people need medication for a period of time until they learn some of the skills and techniques and some people need medication for the long haul and just like any other kind of medical issue we feel taking medication is completely appropriate. That being said, we know that there's a lot of questions. You need to ask before you start medication, and we know that there are side effects. You know, we call them front and center effects instead of side effects because some of them are pretty big. But we definitely think medication is extremely helpful. And this is particularly if you're at the place, which both of us were, where anxiety is making your decisions for you. Anxiety is making your decisions and running your life. You're starting not to do things or see people or have experiences because of your anxiety. And particularly for people with severe anxiety, like if you're having a panic attack every day, it's awfully hard to go to work. It's awfully hard to pick up your kids from baseball practice. It's hard to do anything. As you know, right? It's debilitating. We say that if you're suffering from a severe form of anxiety like that or obsessive compulsive disorder, where you know, you can't get out of your house because you have all these rituals that you have to perform or a phobia where you are so frightened of let's say thunder that if there's a thunderstorm in the forecast, you can't leave your home. I mean, these are realities for so many of us. And sometimes for those folks, medication is a lifesaver, even though there may be side effects, it's a choice you make, you know, do I want to make the decisions in my own life? Do I want to be in charge? Or do I want to let the anxiety make the decisions for me? So we're big fans of agency. We always say, we're not pro big pharma, we're anti suffering from anxiety. Let's segue a little and talk about how you became the anxiety sisters as we mentioned at the top of the show your longtime anxiety sufferers. But that alone doesn't automatically make you sisters. What's your backstory? The truth is we've always been anxiety sisters. I mean, both mags and I have been suffering from anxiety since we were little kids. We didn't know that it was anxiety when we were kids. We figured for mags, it was really severe stomach problems. For me, I had all these obsessions and compulsions and I didn't know how to articulate that to my parents or what it meant. So we've always been walking the walk. In fact, we hold the patent on anxiety. But our journey together began in college in the 80s. We met at university Pennsylvania and became fast friends because we both suffered from debilitating anxiety and that was a real source of comfort to have each other to talk to about it, particularly back then, there was a lot of stigma around mental health issues, even more than now. And so it was nice to have a confidante where you could talk to that person and share stories. So that was sort of the origination of the anxiety sisters was just the two of us helping each other daily through our anxiety disorders. And then we became formal anxiety sisters in 2010 on a bus from New Jersey to Manhattan. We were just chatting rather loudly, I guess, about the side effects of the medications we were on. And the woman in the scene in front of us turned around and said, I couldn't help overhearing you, but I'm on that same medication and I have that same side effect..

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

08:47 min | 1 year ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

"To signify what images show or younger. People may use them for sarcasm to illustrate entirely different meaning the digital narratives emojis and more extremists flourishes. They compromise their language there. Hundreds of tocqueville's crazy by teams that millennials for using the emoji. Jeremy budget chief emoji officer emoji. Pedia said emoji. Dictionary website. said it's common wisdom on top that laughing crying emojis for boomers and boy. I mean boomers anybody over the age of thirty five. The debate about the meaning of emojis comes off. Delinquent ward last year teenager knows the twenties increasingly considered full stops and online communications abrupt angry passive aggressive especially in short messages but lot motley. The men professor of linguistics university pennsylvania said previously the teenager the most scornful of abbreviation such as ge alright great or t x t being something. Clueless adults would. Do you know what. I remember time when i in boarding school when People were outside of windows in boxer shorts and had to run snow as an instant initiatied snow in just in. Just they're all gathers and just they're and just taty whiting and that was part of initiation. So i would love to smiley emoji when i when i started At boarding school but no hung outside in sma box brace. So does anybody have money belts anymore. I know something probably in the seventies eighties where people clicked around their waste. I mean was like a pack a never say finally pack in the uk. It's like one of those things that you know. Fanny means something sort of the of the yama. Yeah in the uk. So americans mentioned the funny pack Bombeck uk go but does anybody have the money belt but some people use to like lock themselves into this money so they would have to use. Maybe any safe would have to use a hassle to get the money belt all but you know back in the day people paid and all the coins coins especially not fifty p piece in the uk would cotton cut into the crotch mean it could cause all sorts of mischief. money belt. Doesn't seem to be very very fashionably more. I mean. I have one that we'll card wallets that i put free wash every day. I mean the mazing the calls to work. I thought they had some magnetism on them. But they amaze me work but money belts note for a while. but anyway my My my papa Proprietor at Champion towers caravans in the uk. So he was telling me or maybe. My mother was telling me that there is a gentleman who got his wallet down fairly hefty wallet and it looked like the george costanza woolen seinfeld with everything in it receipts Probably had his little black book. It probably had his His all sorts of different cards any sort of documentation for vehicles tucked in there as well maybe as well was tucked in there as well but he had his His wallet on a chain attached to himself now. I don't know if it was like some sort of medieval torture who is attached to a nipple the nipple chain to the wallet. I mean you'd have to be a pretty hardy salt to have a nipple chain tap toe wallet just because you don't want to come because i mean you could have a rip nipple. I mean it could be a whole janet jackson situation going on it could be No could behold nipple gate. I mean britney said the nipple gates again at the moment and Do with mike. Tyson denise by hoyfield on the nickel no no no no. That was the wasn't it. Yeah but Yeah this this. This older fellow He had a chain to his wallet. Obviously worried about thieving in the rural counties but I wonder does. He have it attached to any part of his body at night. That's the question. It mean the sort of almost like the chain of fools. I mean the whole thing will moist could be even the chain reaction as well if if he pulls somebody hard enough. God knows what could happen. So it. feet and pain for ex-marine tackling the lake district in england. That form of more marine you served in afghanistan is completed and most painful challenge by walking forty two fells in the lake district baffert. Matthew disney thirty eight said he only had a couple of puncture wounds to his left foot for a thistle during the sixty six mile high. That took him more than thirty. Three hours is the first person to have completed. The bob graham round foot baffert and essentially twenty six thousand nine hundred feet. He said it was a fading. You don't get numb to my was slightly swollen and look hopper feed for a couple days. I mean. I wonder what happened to harry long tunnel. That's the thing. The hottest part of the challenge was walking on concrete roads and gravel and his painful challenge to date he said is in such a place offer for the challenge. I imagine so. I mean you'd want somebody to come and give you a little foot maciej reps in the moisturizer in the disney from preston trained by warren buffet. On a treadmill it is his tenth challenge completed barefoot including yorkshire three peaks in twenty nine thousand nine attempt to climb mont belonged. I mean we're not talking about the found banner totally about the western european highest mountain with a rowing machine on his back. I mean did. He have a coxless pairs on his back as well. I mean did he have the whole. The whole situation of maybe the cambridge and oxford current back as well disney insisted he would retrieve machine his name disney so it seems fantastical anyway and clicked it with another former marine after local. My complained it have to be removed by helicopter in his latest route on august. I it was his birthday birthday. I mean i'd have opportunities at cake instead of climbing climbing lake district. Failing in the late districts it is named off the ball graham hotelier from kazak who completed forty two lake district peaks on his forty second birthday. I think i did. Maybe forty two pints or something. Maybe forty two. Gin and tonic. Wouldn't do the fell. His what was in aid. The royal marines and rock to recovery charity that basically troops and veterans these suffer from stress in a post on social media. He wrote the boot net. Royal marine keeps me from persevering with the pain. Now i felt a little bit like this is a little bit of heel pain every day. I don't wear socks for mater. September you know. I have my own challenge. You know had a get a load of moisturizer. Rub it on the road on the feet and wear socks. I think now for the next few weeks to avoid the whole cracked tail situation impossibly halberd feed. I'm going to have to moisturizing my feet liberally. And that's just from Female dogs today so it didn't if you've had a situation where you've lost something for one often moving so lost Maybe four or five remote controls when original chappie towns am. I found them recently. When i was packing up to move away from the old champion but i'm turbine. I mean as little by losing their art controls. But i was freaking out. I was inconsolable. I was sweating. Nervous sweating and clawing at the walls soaping at the fair of losing my cups now in english move out his egg cups is possibly you know one of the worst things minutes like bezzaz aura. Richard branson or you know have out a rocket without a peanut shape rocket that is how an englishman is without. That comes. you know. I like to have my ups and don't use them for anything. I don't use them to like do chart sasaki or something i i just use them for their regional use and another use that i will be talking about a little bit of. I've discovered maybe a good idea. I really was quite.

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

"Let's go to the mail robert l. Gas acworth georgia bill. We're not saying that. The big increase in cova is comprised of illegals. Although there are definitely some well we are saying is that spreading it to the unvaccinated within our country is out of control because of all the immigration. I don't know if the numbers backed up some of it. But it's it's largely unvaccinated people passing into other unvaccinated people americans. Those were the numbers dr. Tom oak park illinois. There are people who cannot get the vaccination due to doctor recommendations and then people who don't believe in vaccinations. Everyone makes her own. Decisions should not be criticized for this decision. You have the right to make your own decision. You should consult with a physician before you do that. But on a public health basis stores public health protecting yourself and others. It's been it'd be taxed. Paul lang halls columbus grove ohio bill. Millions of people who have already had kovic. You recommend they get shot. I don't recommend anything. Okay as far as specificity is concerned. Your doctor's gotta do that. On a general basis. Generally speaking the united states is coming out of the pandemic because we have most of the population dax india. Brazil other countries are not coming out. Just do the math message board. David concierge member bill over the years. You've offices yesterday. Cities like chicago employ the national guard to quell the violent lawlessness. While many guardsmen do have combat experience. Would they be allowed to carry firearms during an appointment of course. So the governor's set the rules of engagement. But if you're gonna go into a neighborhood where there are you know hundreds of murders you're going to have arms but the governors of the individual states. They said the guards conduct kind kinda bar. Prior to january twentieth of this year i was paying dollars ninety four cents for gallon of gas at a station in southern california today the same station. Four dollars forty cents. Go figure. i've had figured it so once. President biden attacked the gas and oil industry the price that's her analysis here and it's true so i figured it stephen bill if the asian carp is being canceled. What's next the japanese beetle. I'm gonna get into this. Ethnic stuff just gets me in trouble but i don't like japanese beetles because they eat the nice foliage zd nine. This is a great sudan so to give me his name. He goes z. Zebra d nine. Sounds like some droid somewhere. There's stiff competition between harry and hunter about who is the most embarrassing son grandson in the world. I can't argue with that. Sandy manfredi lincoln university pennsylvania. Bill just finished killing the mob. Just subscribe to daily chatter. Also the best surprise ever listening to killing kennedy on audio and you are not narrating. Life is grand next time. Killing lincoln sandeep. I'm glad you wrote number one..

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on Historically Thinking

Historically Thinking

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on Historically Thinking

"Yes it's not saying. Obviously what we've learned from. Kobe is that online. Is not the Magic bullet that everybody was saying it was before we started. This was the wave of the future. And i think it had some benefits but i think it had a lot of fun lot rooms as well. What he quickly. I wouldn't mook thing became a craze People didn't realize was. There's i think there's one at penn university pennsylvania which was like this really massively online class on my africa. What it was and reading article about in the enquirer was amazing. Was i think they were spending more time teaching than they were taught. And in-person class It because they're dealing with questions kazakhstan in moby dick or something like that. You know if you wanna actually had a good online class and foster good online discussion. You gotta answer those questions that takes a lot of time and It's not. it's not a money saver or a time saver in the ways that either of administration faculty with thought it would be. Let's go back to dante. Got close up now. Closes conversation down but before we do. You were talking about dante. You're also around the same time saying how i could paraphrase myself That there are hundreds of books written about dante but on close examination of the hundred books written about him Seven hundred ninety are the same They're they're oftentimes in. This could be true. I often said about washington that say this about napoleon. probably caesar jesus how no other topics where people are getting through ciaston for a topic. They get enthusiastic for personal usually and they read the other books on it. And kinda reproduce the other books of set. I couldn't agree more and it's also true about cacho with more firmly in my theory who has not been studied much by the way strangely now. Kind of a what what the problem is that. Some of these people like down to with studied. You know not long after they died. I mean bo- cacho wrote.

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AstraZeneca Blood Clot Fears Are Tamped Down but Slow Vaccines in Europe

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

02:28 min | 1 year ago

AstraZeneca Blood Clot Fears Are Tamped Down but Slow Vaccines in Europe

"Several countries in Europe have stopped vaccinating people with the AstraZeneca vaccine as researchers look into a small number of reports of blood clots. The European Medicines Agency says the benefits of that vaccine still outweigh the risks. And while it's not approved for use in the United States, the AstraZeneca concerns fuel a persistent problem here. Fear of vaccination side effects. Allison. She provides context about side effects in her newest report in The Washington Post, and she joins us on the camo news line. Good afternoon. Hi. Thank you. For having me coincidence is something we seem to forget about. I think how we're scientists sorting through coincidence of our everyday health issues and the real side effects of vaccines. That's a really good question. So one of the experts that I spoke with Susan Ellenberger out of Pennsylvania University, Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine. You know, she mentioned that one of the hardest jobs for scientists who is actually Trying to sort through this data and figure out you know what? It is a signal and what what? Just noise. And so there is actually you know, one of two ways that this is kind of commonly done done in the research world and It's either you know, looking at the data and understanding the biology and how a new vaccine or drug or treatment might potentially cause whatever concerning side effect is being reported. And the other is understanding. You know, is this side effect happening more frequently among people who have been vaccinated, then it might be expected just at a general population level. So with that in mind, is there a clear answer on how blood clot concerns around the AstraZeneca vaccine fit together with normal human biology? It's tough right now because there's actually so there's a distinction of what's being looked at by the European regulator, the European Medicines Agency, So they're they're report. It's specifically focused on These these reports of a very rare brain blood clots. There have been ugly. Seven cases of this reported in In Germany for the more common cases of blood clots. You know, the experts are saying that it doesn't seem like the number of cases being reported among the vaccinated population are are greater than what being expected in in in general

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"A country anymore. So he's been advocating in direction all these time. It's a common political rhetoric. Take it was not common. Remember when Jesse Jackson's cut on a hot Mike He was criticizing Obama for chastising black people talking down to black people and said, I'm going to cut his nuts off. Remember that? Now that I'm not sure that's common political rhetoric. I'm just saying I'm not sure that's insurrection, but Mr Obama might have a thing or two to say about it. Thing or two to say about it. No pun intended. Um, I have a question. Going to get to the I'm gonna get to the latest Capitol buildings and twist in it. They might have a picture of the suspect to apparently was involved in the death of the Capitol Hill officer. The mayor of Portland wigged out when someone suggested that maybe just maybe your failure to deal with the violence in your streets caused the Capitol Hill police to be so lax in their responsibility went bonkers. We're gonna get to all that in just a second, but first Remember when Mr Biden said this little over an hour and a half after the chaos started. I got a Text. From my granddaughter Finning and Biden senior in our last semester University, Pennsylvania. She sent me a photo. Of military people. In full.

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"America. We have a country to say. And now here's Larry Elder. Hi, Larry. Joe God was talking about how different things would have been its capital building of habit of black class. Better demonstration, So I don't know what he wants. Does he want less enforcement for black lives? Matter Marches? Curtis. He was more white people shot at the next demonstrate that demonstration with the majority white audience there. Just wanted to know Triple 8971 s a G Triple 89717243 Larry Elder relief. Thank you dot com Studios Next question. So you want more violence that black lives matter? Rallies? More white people attacked. It's not not enough. Why people were attacked me. What exactly? Yeah. Honestly. Be on the Hannity show. With Leo Terrell talking about the assertion made by Joe Biden by next Pelosi by James Clyburn, that everything would have been different. Had the protesters been black little over an hour and a half after the chaos started. I got a Text. From my granddaughter Finning and Biden senior in our last semester. University, Pennsylvania. She sent me a photo. Of military people and full military gear. Scores of them lining the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. Because a protest by black lives matter. She should pop This isn't fair. No one can tell me that it had been a group of black lives matter. Protestors yesterday. Wouldn't have been. They would have been treated very, very differently. Well, Joe Biden said No one could tell me what I'm telling you. I guess I'm no one Yeah, they would have been treated very differently, They would've been treated even more gingerly. Police would have been even more concerned. About being perceived. Is using excessive violence. How do we know that? Studies going back to the seventies, according to article in the Washington Post that well known right wing rag. That's a joke because the Washington Post in its entire history has never endorsed the Republican for president. Never He endorsed Carter over Reagan. I kid you not They endorsed Dukakis over George Herbert Walker Bush. I kid you not So this is not a paper that in love with conservatives in love with Republicans. In love with the police. Headline. The study found race matters and police shootings. But the results may surprise you. New study found. Exactly the opposite. What most people think. Even with white officers who do have racial biases. Officers are three times less likely to shoot unarmed black suspects than unarmed white suspects. Results come from a lab project watching the State University. Vote, using highly realistic police simulator simulators, in which actors and various scenarios approach and respond to officers on large high def video screens in an attempt to recreate Critical situations on the street officer. Officers are equipped with real guns modified to fire infrared being rather than bullets. And the scenarios can Brandt into conflict or cooperation, depending upon the offices. Words Inactions. End of quote. He said, is the third time researchers in Washington state have set up simulators to monitor differing reactions of police when confronted by white or black suspects, quote and all three times. They found that officers took significantly more time to fire their weapons if the subject with black, according to the latest report, the reverse racism effect into quote and I told you about the Harvard Economists. Name rolling Friar. Same thing. Did a study. He just knew that the police were disappointingly killing black people just because they were black. In a massive study. He said the findings were the most surprising of my career. He's the youngest black tenured professor at Harvard. First to receive the something called the John Bates Clark Metal, which is a prize given to the most promising American economist under 40. And he said the death of Michael Brown and Freddie Gray drove him to study the issue. Quote. You know, Pro Testing is not my thing, he said. But data is my thing. So I decided I was going to collect a bunch of data and try toe understand what's really going on when it comes to racial differences in police use of force. End of quote He and researchers spent 3000 hours selling data from police reports in Austin, Texas. Houston, Texas, Dallas, Ella Orlando, Florida, Jackson Field and for the counties in Florida. Examined over 1332 shooting between 22,015. How old was a suspect? How many cops were at the scene where they mostly white with the officer at the scene for robbery, Violent activity, Traffic stop something else with it. Nighttime. The officers shoot after being attacked or before possible attack. Go with determinate. The police officers were quicker to fire at black suspects. Shootings in these 10 cities involving officers. Officers worm or likely to fire their weapons without having been first attack. When the suspects were white. I will repeat officers were quote more likely to fire their weapons without having first been attacked when the suspects were white end of quote. Now. What he did say is that I found the police were slightly more likely to use non lethal force when confronting a black suspect in a white suspect. Probably in my opinion and Larry Elder's opinion because the police don't want to get it to def Con one. They don't want to get to the point where they have to use deadly force, so they're probably more likely to apply non deadly force to make sure they don't get to that level. Bottom line. Though all these people saying If these protesters had been black, they would have been shot, they would have been dead. If anything, the police would have been more reluctant. More hesitant is called the Ferguson effect, as explained by Heather McDonald. Well, the Ferguson effect is the twin phenomenon of officers backing off of proactive policing. And the resulting increase in crime. Last year, we had the largest one year increase in homicide in nearly a half century. The vast majority of the victims of that homicide increase have been black. The reason for this crime increase, I believe is that officers air living today under a false and dangerous narrative that says that they are shot through. With systemic racism that we're living through an epidemic of racially biased police shootings and that the type of proactive policing That I think is responsible for a 20 year crime decline that this nation has enjoyed eyes under attack as racially oppressive and by proactive policing what I mean, Doug Is the vast Universe of discretionary activities that officers can but do not have to engage in Based on their knowledge of criminal behavior and observation on the street above all. Pedestrian stops. What's known a stop question and frisk. And low level public order enforcement, otherwise known as broken windows policing. Cops were doing much less of that in inner city areas. Kevin Hart, the comedian tweeted Two completely different Americas were living in. If these people were black, they would have all been shot dead in 2 ft. Headline in Reuters. If writers were black, hundreds would have been killed. End of.

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Are Democrats, our democratic institutions, not relics of another age. What set this nation apart. The guard rails of our democracy. There's no present. That's why there is no president. Who is the king? No Congress That's the House of Lords. Judiciary doesn't serve the will of the president. Or exist to protect him or her. We have three co equal branches of government Co equal President is not above the law. Justice serves the people. It doesn't protect the powerful Justice is blind. We saw yesterday. Plainview was another violation the fundamental tenet of this nation. Not only do we see the failure to protect one of the three branches of our government We also saw clear failure to carry out equal justice. You should be used to say in the Senate excuse a point of personal privilege. Well over an hour and a half after the chaos started. I got a Text. From my granddaughter Finning, and Biden is a senior in her last semester. University, Pennsylvania. She sent me a photo. Of military people. In full military gear. Scores of them lining the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. Because a protest by black lives matter. She said. Pop. This isn't fair. No one can tell me. That have had been a group of black lives matter. Protests in yesterday. It wouldn't have been, they would have been treated very, very differently. The mob of thugs that stormed the capital. We all we all know that's true. And it is unacceptable. Totally unacceptable. American people saw it plain view. I hope it's sensitizing than what we have to do. Not many people know it. Justice. Carl and I were talking we talked about. I think he raised it. Reason for the Justice Department's formed in the first place. Was back in 18 70. We didn't have a Justice department before that Cabinet. It was Ford in 18 70. To enforce the Civil Rights amendment that grew out of the civil war. 13th, 14th and 15th amendments. To stand up to the clan. Stand up to racism. Take on domestic terrorism. This original spirit must again guided animate its work. So as we stand here today, We do so in the wake of yesterday's events. Vamps that could not have vividly demonstrated some of the most important work we have to do in this nation. Committing ourselves to the rule of law in this nation. Invigorating our domestic and democratic institutions. Carrying out equal justice under the law in America. There's no war important place for us to do this work. In the Department of Justice has been so politicized. There's no more important people. Carry out this work. The people I'm announcing today. More than anything. We need to restore the honor. Integrity. Independence. The Department of Justice in this nation, this Spence so badly damaged So many former leaders of that department and both parties have so testified and stated that I want to be clear to those who lead this department. Who you will serve. You won't work for me. You're not the president or the vice president's lawyer. Your loyalty is not to me. To the law. Constitution. People of this nation. Guarantee justice. For attorney general of the United States. I nominate a man of impeccable integrity. Judge Merrick Garland. The most respected jurist of our time. Brilliant yet humble. Distinguish at modest. Full of character and decency. Supreme Court clerk. Served in the Justice Barbara during the Carter Bush 41. Clinton administrations. Where he embraced the department's core values of independence and integrity. Federal prosecutor who took on terrorism and corruption and violent crime. Always with the utmost professionalism and the duty to the oath, he swore. Nominated by President Clinton to be a judge on the D C Circuit Court of Appeals, considered the second most powerful court in America. Not such a long and distinguished career. That's Garland has earned the praise and admiration of members of bench and bar. Politicians of both parties. And despite Busy schedule and prestigious positions. Still makes time to volunteer regularly. Tutoring students in Northeast D. C. He's done for 20 years. About character. About character. It was no surprise my President Obama nominated him. Judge Garland to the Supreme Court. That shady and bodies honor, decency, integrity, fidelity to the rule of law and judicial independence. Those same traits. People now bring as attorney general, the United States. Not as a personal attorney of the president. Was the people's lawyer. Restart trust in the rule of law. Equal justice under von I fully expect Discussions I've had he will receive a fair hearing and swift confirmation. Once he's confirmed, I will move promptly. Nominate his replacement on the D C Circuit Court of Appeals. I expect that the distinguished nominee will receive a prompt and fair hearing as well. For Deputy attorney general. I nominate one of most selfless people I've worked with. When the brightest I've worked. I worked with her during the last administration. 15 year veteran of the Justice Department. Lisa Monica. Lisa knows the department inside and out. She is the definition of a public servant should be Decent Trusted, honorable And I might add..

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Kfbk Now trending this'll morning more than 70 cadets at West Point of an accused of cheating on a math exam in what is being called the worst academic scandal of the army's premiere school since the 19 seventies. 58 of the 70 cadets have admitted to cheating on that exam, which was given remotely during the period that makes his new M RNA vaccines are being celebrated around the world for the speed of development, and the two companies that make them Fizer and mature in a standard earn billions. Both companies have one woman to thank for decades of research that led to those vaccine breakthroughs. She is Hungarian born biochemist Catelyn Kericho. She fled to the U. S. From Communist rule in the 19 eighties, toiled in labs around the country studying or in a at a time when DNI was in vogue at her research, was ignored, Unfunded criticized and discounted It was difficult because the people did not believe that messenger R and you can be a therapy and together with my colleague race month after university, Pennsylvania, we develop dismantled where we change the one component in the irony, which made it a lesson one organic and It is. Possible to use it for a different kind of therapy on also, it turned out that it is the matter for vaccine all along. She had faith are they would work by introducing genetic instructions into a body to trigger the production of a protein identical to something the body was trying to fight. Nobody should be afraid because maybe the virus is very complex, but we have not using the virus as Vaccine, not the live virus or killed wires. We are using only one or any quoting for one protein, which is critical to generate neutralizing antibody, meaning that would inhibit this wires to enter to the sir. And this messenger irony. Even when you are heaven infection, you would make that messenger RNA. You would make that program but you are not making all of the other protein which the virus is doing. And what? What are those other program, some of them actually interfering with vaccine. China interfering with antibody generation. So this is why I know that it is trivial that that the vaccine will be more important than the infection itself. In 2006 research paper, it was the research paper based on her research that was rediscovered. It convinced Madonna and Pfizer scientists that are, they could work for vaccination that it became a vaccine. What of this vaccine for both companies, and really, we will celebrate when you know what this man human suffering is over when you know the part shipment all of this terrible time. Your end, and hopefully in the summer when we will forget about virus and vaccine Then then, then I will be really celebrating. So cattle in Kericho being talked about for a Nobel Prize she left communist communist country with what did you tell me? $1200 In her pocket. You weren't allowed to take money out of the country. So she hid $1200 in her daughter's teddy bear and snuck that out of the country to be able to get over here it comes here and does are any research. Nobody believes her forever and ever and ever strong, She's right. After all this time, and she's going to get a couple of million dollars, which is, you know, that's a movie. It is a movie. Someone's going to make a movie about her life. And that's where she's going to make her right. Right. Ron Howard, are you listening? Right? Catelyn? Kericho. Remember this name? What a story that is. Okay After the roads we go, Bob.

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

09:47 min | 1 year ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"This is the Buck Sexton show former CIA analyst. Remember the NYPD Sexy book section No, this important symbolic vaccination. The vice president of the United States and the surgeon general of the United States, which is something we want to be symbolic to tell the rest of the country. The time is now to step to the plate. And when your time comes to get vaccinated because one was speaking to you here today, I often say it is really bittersweet. The bitterness is the fact of what the vice president mentioned. We still are in the middle of a very difficult situation with record numbers of cases, hospitalizations and death. But the sweetness is the light at the end of the tunnel, which I can tell you as we get into January, February March in April, that light is going to get brighter. And brighter and the bitterness is going to be replaced by the sweetness and we all hope, and I think this is doable that by the time we get to several months into this year, we will have enough people protected that we can start thinking seriously about the return to normality, and that's up to all of us to step forward. And get vaccinated. Now, Isn't it interesting that the people that are allegedly mass deniers like me? And as I've said, I'm not a mass deny. That is a slur. It's a slander. I've gone through this. I've had to defend myself against social media companies. When I point out, I've I've never said Don't wear a mask. I've never said there's no usage for them. I've just pointed out the inconsistencies. The government overreach and ask the questions about level of effect of efficacy that nobody else seems willing, not Nobody there a few parents and obviously God bless the guy's very brave. He's He's a unique fellow. He's a little eccentric. He's very brave on this. On this point he has been and you know that that's all. That's all that I do, and they're vilifying. I mean, people actually reach out to me. They think that I'm I'm responsible for, like human death or something. Just because I say, Could someone tell me how much does it reduce? If you go if you were any way, you know, you all know this, But I just wanna make make it very clear there. Only a handful of us that really take this stuff. Take the heat on this on a regular basis and You know, I'm one of them in the public eye. I'm one of them. There's about it. There's like maybe a dozen or two of us that are getting really hammered on this on a regular basis. So Vaccine Somehow I'm no matter vaccine denier. And as some of you think that I'm probably too pro vaccine in this instance I do think that what we've seen on the data. Shows that for a lot of people who had high risk this is that this is an absolute must, and it's absolutely worth the trade off in the risks, and that's what medicine is all about risks and trade off and freedom, and that's what it's supposed to be not do this or else but The vaccine as you've already seen. Is not going to be an answer for us to get back to normal. Because what about mutations where the weak will there be covert mutations? Then we won't have a vaccine. Necessarily that works against that. It also, how can they let us go back to normal? I'm also going to say this, and I know that they have created this flu, bro thing where it's not the flu new urinated. Why are we gonna have lockdowns and masks in place for flu season next year? What they will say if they're being honest is because 50,000 people a year dying from the flu, give or take is acceptable. Masks are annoying and lockdowns destroy the destroy people's financial and economic lives. So we're not really do that. So 50,000 year we can take that is the only real answer. They don't have another answer. Wanna be very clear about that. So the people they're all it's about every life save every life. Don't care what your freedom safe. They don't feel that way about that. They will not mark my words. We can go back to the show in 12 months. I'll be saying, why are we masking up for the flu? Guys? We might be masking up for covert, but it won't be won't be for the flu. And they'll say Oh, because we can manage that. What they mean by manages that, you know 50 60 70,000 people in the United States will die from the flu. So that's that's manageable affair every year, by the way. Right. So all right, Just making my point there on the vaccine. You're starting to see some really Ugly stuff here. Coming from the left and you need to be aware of it. You need to be You need to be made an informed on what is being said. By the left right now about who gets this vaccine. And when this was in the New York Times and Hat tip to Noah Rothman and David Harsanyi for putting this in my timeline, Harald Schmidt. An expert in ethics and health policy at the University of Pennsylvania. Said that it is reasonable to put essential workers ahead of older adults given their risks and that they are disproportionately minorities. Goes on to say older populations are whiter, Dr Schmidt said. Society is structured in a way that enables them to live longer. Instead of giving additional health benefits to those who already had more of them. We can start to level the playing field a bit. Did you catch that? Start tow level the playing field. By getting the vaccine sooner to minorities. Then two white people because we need more white people to die to level the playing field. That is what is being said in the pages of The New York Times. Really the quote. An expert in ethics and health policy at an Ivy League University University, Pennsylvania. Wow, how policy experts these people get way too much credit. We are far too quick. To listen to them. This is social justice now mixed with a kind of you Genesis to approach We need. We need racial balancing. This fellow is saying this is his argument would be very clear. Someone media matters tries to clip this. We could tell them to go stuff it. We're very clear. This is Harald Schmidt, saying that we need to engage in a balancing out of the death rate so that Maura White people will die. Because as a general proposition white life expectancy in America is higher than certain other minority groups so we needed we need essentially do Cem Some socialist redistribution of years of life. On government whim. You can't get this vaccine unless The government says you can Governments in control. They're making these arguments out loud. I'm going to the pages of the most elite liberal journalism place in the country. The New York Times. They're printing this time, and this is not the only example of this. This is not the only instance you find a lot of this out there. People say well, it should because it disproportionately harms the minority community. It should go to minorities first, so so skin color, according to this analysis becomes a advantage. In getting ahead of the line of a virus that will kill people in large numbers still in the months ahead. And let's understand here that there are a lot of other ways that you could slice this data and probably come up with a much better. I mean, what is the primary indicator of risk from Cove? It Age. What is the next indicator of risk from Cove? It Co morbidity and the primary. One of those is obesity. Age and obesity are the biggest risk factors for we know this. The biggest risk factors for this disease out there that we've been able to identify. So are we. When we're saying that the minority population? Uh, is Maura affected by this? Are we not taking into account the other indicators of how we could get Maura of the at risk population in general. Including members of minority population, But shouldn't we have? You know it's it's people over 75 1st over 75 1st in line over 65 1st in line. Isn't that a fair way to do this? No. They're arguing for There are going for giving it to minorities sooner than other people. Based upon what exactly because the average life it's I mean the average life expectancy of Of Asian Americans, I believe exceeds that of white Americans. So are we gonna have a are they? Are they calling for a a racial hierarchy for the speed of vaccination? There are some people of some races that should get the vaccine first. Is that really what? I just want to know that because that is the argument that Harold Schmidt seems to be making here, and you will hear Maura and Maura of this in the weeks and months ahead. When talk about dividing people you want to talk about showing us How much government is willing to play God. Harold Schmidt, you pan wants to level the playing field. So you know he wants certain people, They have to wait. You know, maybe maybe you have to wait for The vaccine a couple extra months. Sorry because of the history of oppression in this country, and.

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"No matter what their their their story is. I always like to start basically, the beginning. You were born and raised in Philadelphia, Phil in the South Philly or Joe West Philly West Philly. You know, it makes a big difference. Well, I know because I got a lot of singers that they're from South Philly West really didn't have any singers that I may be some rappers. No singers that born and raised that you come from a large family came from a wonderful family and two sisters, Uh, my dad was a deputy district attorney of all things, okay, particularly in view of the route that I took. My mom was a bohemian artist really work. So that's where the creative side that's what people say She actually won the Philadelphia professional sculptures awarding on When you come to our home, you'll see her work all over the place. But one of my sisters was a ballerina. She dance for Balanchine. Well as a matter of fact, they wrote a ballet for her cold clowns on does she was a prima and in Time magazine as my mother would do Art. So you grew up with with this influence of The scholarly side with your little bit and but the creative and side of the arts a little bit, So that's quite unique company. And, you know, it was great by folks with on Saturday they would drive me down to the famous Philadelphia Art Museum where the statue of Rocky wasn't there. That guy cocky showed up later on, But they dropped me off. It was like my baby sitter. They probably would be tried charged with child neglect. Just let Jenna I love them because they had this great armor. Collection of night nights. And I spent hours there and then they picked me up at the end of the day. Didn't cost him anything on I was raised in a very cultural type environment. Yes. Yeah, It was good. I wasn't the best student. I was gonna ask. Were you a good student? You know, I could have been a good student, but I wanted to be a second string shortstop for the Phillies. That was That was my next question. That was your interest was I was gonna say, Was it in law? Was it in sports wasn't obviously was in girls because That's why we did some of these things. Thank goodness. Thank goodness never turned down. They had a nice lady. So you were baseball player at school. Oh, I can't say I was anything I was on all the teams just like the last guy who had everything. The coaches were scared to death and put me in for fear that I'm not that they would lose. But I would get hurt. I mean, they had to pray that I would I would Spend a minute or two and come out safely. But I love sports on followed. It knew every batting average in baseball Phillies fan I was a Phillies fan, even today because of Harper. Sure, Bryce Harper Lee in a Las Vegas local product back there, and I'm delighted to see he's beginning to hit his little too late to begin. He's okay then. Just 100 or be eyes. He's the first player as I understand it. That's hit 30 Homers and 100 are Harvey Eisen. Babies, the del Ennis, I was going to say that a Richie Ashburn or somebody will ask for it wasn't a home run hitter. Right? So I saw him 21 foul balls that went at back at one time. Yes. So you went to all the game? My dad would take me to the Dodgers and the Phillies Games. Where new come pitch against Robin Roberts. They were classical. Those were those were the best of the best. So Jackie Robinson steal home twice, huh? Uh, yeah, I I love going to the games and more so than the Eagles. My dad was a graduate of the university, Pennsylvania, the Wharton School. Okay, so we took Take me down to Franklin Field. We watched the pen football team stable. Sure. Decent. It was a decent team. Believe it or not Sure, Chuck, then Eric, but he was alive. But, yeah, you know, for the Eagles for years to concrete, Charlie. They used to go Hey, played for Penn. And then he went on to the NFL. And he was He was something else. He he was a great ballplayer. These. These were your heroes. I mean, that was that was a kid. I thought you were making Mantle. All that stuff..

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on Book Echoes

Book Echoes

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on Book Echoes

"Because i do them all every day. I'm an author a mom an- anna a yoga teacher An english teacher. I write fiction and nonfiction as well as articles and i have an mfa and writing popular fiction from seton hill university pennsylvania. Very very busy life. Sounds like Well you're here today. Talking about Writer wellness and also a bit about your new book on writer wellness. I'm so why is wellness so important for writers. Feel like it's something that's easy for riders to be very cerebral. And i'll we worked with our minds. Why do we care about the rest of our cells but why is it so important to answer to that is balance but it's also important for everyone from my perspective from being up a yoga teacher and as well as a health practitioner I always found that Writers view passion as a business. You're you're writing. Business is only as healthy as you are and my book is a lifestyle makeover guide for writers and other creative people and i like to say and have said from the beginning of of this project for me. Be well right well and You can enjoy your life and your writing more when your health is sound and so it's it's a the answers balance. Absolutely certainly can't can't bright. You can't take care of yourself. Your book wellness talks about next of both physical and mental health in terms of writer wellness. Maybe we should talk a little bit of both at the good points. Physically writers face a formidable enemy called a chair and there was a twenty eighteen study By the american cancer society that noted the hazards of prolonged sitting for leisure and for work and it was a prolonged study over twenty one years and it followed thousands of people and the study takeaway was that prolonged leisure time sitting was associated with a nineteen percent higher rate of death from all causes combination of all causes so it isn't just the sitting but the lack of sufficient daily movement physical exercise for a person so when you pair that Kind of a statistic with people who write for a living They sit a lot. This contributes to the complications in health for Writers and people who have jobs that require them to sit so if you feel bad you also don't feel like being physically active so it's kinda vicious cycle of poor physical health contributing to low self esteem leading to a lack of motivation in all areas in your life and when you're physical container is in good shape. The contents of the container respond in kind. So i i repeat be well right well absolutely. I think a lot of writers who been doing this while start to notice that correlation our work goes better when we feel better when we were more active Even just taking a walk when you're in the middle of difficult seeing works every time jobs a lot of things including you know just kind of gets the juices flowing on the sweat going and Takes you out of the problem. But also the physical activity gives you an opportunity to step away from a problem. And even if you don't think about the problem while you're exercising which. I don't encourage encourage you to focus you know on the exercised when you come back to the issue after the exercise like you know like walk a few minutes of yoga going to regular class you know cetera when you come back to the issue that you were facing prior to the physical activity young entirely new perspective and it's kind of a cleaner perspective to me for my experience so i sit down again and the answer pops up and sometimes it will come to me you know while..

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I'm Chuck's Iverson. Another secret recording in an election year, days before the Republican convention in the past hour or so, breaking news that Maryanne Trump Barry, a retired federal judge, older sister of the president, speaks freely about him to the niece who just came out with a tell all book. Mary Trump Secret recording of their conversation has just been released by the Washington Post. The Y Oh, my God, I'm looking to really, you know, change of stories, a lack of preparation lying on Lee. Remember when Mary Trump came under questioning about her books allegation that somebody else took a test for Donald Trump. And that's how he got into an Ivy League university. ABC. Is George Stephanopoulos after this was 1960 for how do you know that? She replied. I've been told us by people in my family. I'm absolutely confident that it's true. Here's a recording of Judge Barry went for one year, and then he got into university, Pennsylvania. He had somebody take isn't facing exams. A statement in response by President Trump quote every day. It's something else who cares? I miss my brother and I'll continue to work hard for the American people. Not everyone agrees. But the results are obvious. Our country will soon be stronger than ever before. The house passing emergency funding for the postal Service on this vote. The Yays are 257. The nays are 150. The bill is passed bill passing with about two dozen Republican votes, as well as those of the Democrats. Senate Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, calling the bill a stunt in stating that the Senate.

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Which colleges have made the changes regarding tests the list is growing every day university of Virginia university Pennsylvania at Dartmouth College California institute of technology to name a few I now have kids who would never have considered those schools seriously before even if I would have put them on their list but now the kids are like maybe I have a shot maybe it is possible for me she says her students give admissions test scores outsized power helped along by a society that's obsessed with competition I think that's so unfortunate when you have just one tiny in my mind insignificant factor that is making a decision for a kid about like what their dreams are it's not just students and educators that are taking note of the growing number of colleges de emphasizing these tests other universities are watching and learning we saw the writing on the wall that's Kristine Harper who oversees admissions at the university of Kentucky she says she's long talked about being test flexible giving students the option to submit their scores and the pandemic offered the school a way to do that at a minimum for next year and perhaps beyond going to be an interesting year this whole year has been an interesting year why stop now the school hasn't made a formal announcement yet they're hoping to let students know the details by mid July Arbor says there's just no way in the midst of this pandemic to hold up strict testing standards even for prospective students that squeeze in a test in March before the shutdown they were taking this exam when everything was changing around that tests are stressful to begin with but then when everybody is like my sports are canceled what's going to happen that just adds another layer for now this is will be on expanding a holistic review of applicants where a number of factors including leadership and grades contribute to admission the question for many admissions offices are the other elements of the application also free of bias there is a healthy growing skepticism about standardized test scores but there's a way in which that sort of over cells how we do they are in a selective admissions process Andrew who is an expert in educational testing at Harvard and he says it's important to remember that one of the reasons standardized testing in college admissions came about in the first place was an attempt to make fair comparisons because other measures of college admissions grades essays extracurricular activities they can be rife with inequities and the more we we put on one thing maybe a GPA or an essay the more at risk that is to manipulation and inflation once you realize that they care about this one thing we gain it we we we try as hard as we can to inflate that one things such that it no longer actually indicates what I'm capable of doing who says just because we're rethinking these admissions tests it doesn't mean we've rooted out inequities in our pathways to higher education it was not working NPR news this is NPR news the California reporting with lily Jamali in a minute after John McConnell's traffic report with the Central Valley big jam on highway ninety nine south bound to Modesto it is packed solid because of construction work that's supposed to be done in about ten minutes or so near crows landing but traffic is backed up through town all with a bridge more in the bay region the biggest jams at the bay bridge toll plaza with a backup just into the maze now in the metering lights been on for about forty minutes or so there's also a fog advisory for the bridge although with the toll plaza things look clear southbound one of one San Antonio Mountain View crash still there on the shoulder and in Pacific on highway one north bound at.

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"As in so many cases leaders in both parties across the country are gonna tell us afterwards and everything they did the shutdowns the bailouts the restrictions the seizures of power was absolutely necessary it was the cost of so many jobs and livelihoods absolutely essential in order to save so many lives how much you believe that is up to you but for now the real tax on everybody's nerves what's making everybody on edge is uncertainty Americans are uncertain about the danger of the disease for their family and loved ones are uncertain about whether the hospital be able to take him there are uncertain about whether they'll have a livelihood or job or career to go back to once the government elects them out of their homes yep uncertain whether their kids will ever go back to school there are uncertain whether they should wear a mask even what Americans need is the same saying the healthcare sector needs and that is clarity and that is why our leaders in government need to be working right now just set clear benchmarks and milestones for re opening the American economy it needs to be something we're talking about it needs to be something that people can see the light the end of the tunnel whatever the end of this the re opening of the US economy needs to be something real that people can look down the road to NC you don't want to look down the road and see nothing that breeds uncertainty it breeds confusion it breeds depression now admittedly setting these benchmarks are going to be easy but to no road maps for re opening have been put forward one of them by Ezekiel Emanuel university Pennsylvania another when Scott Gottlieb and others from the American enterprise institute now the key aspect of the eighty ERA suggestion is that counties or states to pay attention not to the virus as a national entity but to the situation of the virus on the ground where they are in their local communities as they move through phases of re opening now I want to use your serve the nobody's saying that this is easy don't misunderstand me but I literally I'm talking psychology an attitude here there needs to be some sign there needs to be some indication people are thinking about it there needs to be the American people need to know that their leaders regarded as an urgency to get this economy back up and running that's how people live in this climate any politician or businessman who wants to step up and say we have to get back to work or risk far more long term damages putting his head in the media guillotine and that is exactly right this is one of the problems anybody comes out you know I'm a guy in a radio I can save this dominant driving is peace can say it but if somebody on the task force because other dates as of somebody in business comes out and says you know what we got to get back to work we're risking long term what are they going to be hit the media is gonna cream for insensitivity not caring about how many lives are lost but it is a reality that cannot be ignored this is exactly the moment when we should expect more from local officials are being led around by national cable news national cable news and its overall attitude of apocalyptic futures ought not be what dominates everybody's mind set cable news and their and their little dream of defeating Donald Trump in the next election or not B. once at the forefront of everybody's minds look this is personal for me fox because I remember my life I'm I'm I'm sixty nine on the way to seventy and I will make seventy and I have experienced every economic circumstance possible other than billionaire wealth well it and abject poverty I have been fired eight times I have been out of work for weeks I refused to go on employment for most of it I relied on my parents sent me ten to fifty Bucks here and there I'd I'd I'd but I my solution every time was to get a job if I had to go somewhere I didn't want to go to get the job I did it I'm not bragging don't misunderstand it was an economy that made those things possible for me but my point is I I have I have been through the abject fear of having no money of not being able to buy food let me see one little story that regular listeners here now before you could use a credit card in a grocery store I owned a house I have no business owning because I bought into the idea that reading was throwing money away but I have no business owning a house because I couldn't afford to keep it up it was the shack the famous shack in overland park Kansas and my.

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Have any about that might say mattered anyway just a so so so many do about it I guess that's right there's nothing you can do about it Bloomberg got a third term of mare for New York City change the law to get a third term how did he do that he paid a bunch of people so there's something called the doe fund is an Eric found the irony in that earlier it's D. O. we'd like thank god yeah well yeah not D. O. U. G. H. like like cheese oz is almost here to New York City and the all the top people campaigned to change the law to keep Bloomberg and power this is the times two thousand at the doe fund officials and officials appearance amounted to a clear conflict of interest because they got so much money from the government for one thing the organization drew has been awarded tens of millions of dollars the city contractors what it was unknown in the fall of two thousand eight though was just how much the doe fund had benefited from Mr Bloomberg's personal philanthropy rate after all the top people from the doe fund testified on behalf of Bloomberg third term to the city council they got a ten million dollar check if you show me one of these I'd be like I'll Willis maybe this is a big supporter the dell fun right now there's a pattern of this when he flipped back to Democrats he gave a million dollars to the state Senate Republicans and for state senators in particular give the Republicans and up shocking all of them have supported his run for but that's just so weird how they yeah bluebirds that not just our own money to politicians and organizations to get his support his campaign rallies hit a big one in Philadelphia the other day and university Pennsylvania at a at a college it was catered big big rally catered with free wine he had an open bar is that even legal it'll have.

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:59 min | 3 years ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Four three five two two five to that eight six six four three five two two five two to help online defending freedom keep winning battles for you the silence has now been broken lebron James has weighed in on the NBA China Hong Kong controversy and it's come down squarely against the Hong Kong dissidents and against the GM the hapless GM who sent out this innocuous tweet saying a fight for freedom stand with Hong Kong a tweet that has since been deleted he apologized for the tweet the NBA came down on him like a ton of bricks also a suspect in a Colorado crashed the kill the father of five was illegal alien and the father five was an open borders activist all of that and more now article in CNN business I want to talk about real quickly headline it's twenty nineteen and just one in five C. suite executives is a woman I guess C. suite C. suite is the big board top of the heap you know one of the means of course the media is that racism remains a major problem in America another meme pushed equally adamantly is that sexism remains a major problem in America I thought CNN business at what more women have found their way into C. suite into the C. suite in the past five years we're reaching parity with men in leadership roles is still far out of reach business next paragraph the percentage of C. suite executives who are women has risen to twenty one percent off from seventeen percent five years ago and forty four percent of companies now have three or more women in their C. suite up from twenty nine percent in twenty fifteen I here's the third paragraph is the one I want you to focus on despite these improvements gender disparity at the top shows no sign of disappearing can't quote no increase of seventeen percent twenty one percent in five years is an increase of twenty three point five percent over five years of time any increase from twenty nine percent to forty four percent that's also what twenty five percent thirty percent now it seems to me if something hasn't has picked up twenty three point five percent in five years you're talking about a moving target but the whole which to this article the whole theme was we were still getting jacked over here are we got twenty five percent increase in in five years but but but parity is still far away it's a moving picture forty four percent now have three or more women in their suite C. suite up from twenty nine percent and that's not substantial progress now you remember when your friend and mine Sam Donaldson said this they want to return this country to love white Christian country that they believe it should be again they don't want the diversity and they follow him for her this but they're not the country we are diverse people we're good and strong because of that and we're going to come back to that I sure you Sam Donaldson's referring to trump supporters they were returned this country to a white Christian country he says I told you yesterday the study by researchers at university Pennsylvania they've been following five hundred white for something like ten years focus group asking offer to questions and they just knew that since twenty sixteen because of Donald Trump are these white would be more likely to express negative anti black dots on a negative Hispanic thought just the opposite there's no evidence whatsoever that Donald Trump has made the country more races in fact there was just a poll showing the support for diversity the number of people that believe diversity is good soup is at an all time high sixty nine percent Republican say diversity enhances our American culture bring that brought this up the picture of Obama with Louis Farrakhan do you ever look at what the Muslims the nation of Islam Muslims want they want a separate country or territory for black people they also oppose intermarriage race mixing so the commercial black caucus won't condemn Farrakhan Farrakhan took a picture with a bomb we didn't see until years after Obama left and it's trunk people that want.

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

10:20 min | 3 years ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"That is the stuff that's in a shot you don't think about the stuff is in the shop it isn't. you know the virus or part of the virus or whatever it's maybe it is and it's not an easy business. to reject it actually predict which flu viruses will make people sick okay and they have to plan on that the February before so after the flu is over after the winner goes by. they meet in February they say well okay this is what they have to kind of roll the dice and figure out what clues are going to attack you the winner next I may have to analyze whatever the southern hemisphere and so what happened is that the selections that officials made last week. for the next southern hemisphere vaccine suggested to for viruses in the northern hemisphere vaccine the doctors and pharmacists are now pressing people to get. may not be optionally protected but protective this winter and we're already seeing the flu start because the cold temperatures that are hitting us now early usually October we start seeing the flu now September the end of September beginning of October not the end of October to November. and so we have eight eight three and two we have be Victoria virus strains of selections may not be effective again. they are pushing this in in it and it's all it's too bothersome aggravated situs Scott Hensley's associate professor of microbiology university Pennsylvania and he agreed. but the vaccine's effectiveness will be nebulous but Hensley caution but at this point it's too soon to know what versions of the viruses will be circulating so again there's just enough vagueness to make it okay to try your luck on vaccine roulette wheels but the report has circulated indicates that there has been a lot of aid three into activity in the last two years was possible this flu season northern hemisphere will be Donnie by H. one N. one we see some age three and two but of course it's all a big if it's a big roll the dice ready to go is with us tonight on ground zero of course talking about help the help issues of course has his own help company very good former talk radio guy good to have on the program tonight so. you went from being a talk radio guy doing talk radio too starting your own company actually that deals in help what what did you do and how did you start. I got sick you know it's pretty quick when you get sick and and somebody helped me out and got me some tea and I said that's it I got to do this and you know it was a kind of a period of quite a few years coming together but started my own company and said you know what we can do this naturally and I've come back from the dead really in fact you know I was just going to ask you is in the same you know what do you think Clyde you know were there combat in our this flu season with a vaccine mmhm what if they went the opposite direction what if they said Hey you know we need to do we need to build immunity breathy immunities down then you're gonna get the flow so these flus go but if your immunities up you're not gonna get the flu so they can go past by it's kind of like a ship you just missed that boat so why do they not and then I thought will wonder if it the fact is if you built immunity up. you not just fight off the flu. you'd fight off many diseases man and wouldn't that be the pipeline shutting down you know if you think that way I mean some people yeah I mean I I was thinking about that today when I was thing about talking about this you're very you're right about this the truth is do they ever in the winter time or just prior to the winter time do they ever tell you what would build immunity and what you should be doing to prevent the flu what but no it's always the quick fix is always will go get your flu shot well no why don't I find ways to do this you know where I can build my immunity where I don't have to worry about a flu shot I think that's another thing that makes us suspicious is that if they were to if the CDC or the World Health Organization came out tomorrow they said here are some things that will help your community to help you avoid a flu shot. even if they started bringing up the idea you should wash your hands all day that would be something but they don't even do that anymore they don't tell you wash your hands into you get grass they don't tell you eat right they don't tell you here's some nutrients so you could take extra nutrients they won't tell you to supplement because they can't because that would definitely depend their pharmaceutical buys and see that's the thing is we will say well you know it's all speak well you know you you should you know upset all the supplements are saying well well they're sick well then why did the drug companies make supplements yeah yeah and why did the drug companies fear us you know why can we not say what a supplement does and they can tell you what every pharmaceutical can do it so it's very. one sided you might say and then that's fine I mean to me again if you want to go get the flu shot me and be my guest but for me I'm gonna say no and and I was thinking about this to collide yeah that song to resign in on the break with I'm gonna get a flu shot I got a flu shot and she sing in this thing and you know that if she said saying something the total opposite and said I'm not again the flu shot I'm not going to do it on if she would have said that she would have got nowhere play what's wrong with that picture well in in the end and on the internet to add one of the things that is difficult and I know this because I've written many you know I don't write anti vaccination type stuff but what I do right is that while you vaccinations are good for this this this this and this you have to know how the other side is thinking and and and whether or not you know like you said the label they give anti backs just you know most people who the labels anti Baxters are not anti Baxter's what they are are people who got vaccines for their kids and they saw what it did to their kids and then immediately there had apprehensions about giving anything more into their kids the reason why I know this is because I have a friend okay I have a dog in this hunt and I never used to and that's why I was very concerned I have a friend whose son basically they found out because they got it got him in these immunizations prior to school and they found out he had a reaction had reactions to some of the shots the reactions put him into a season it was so bad they couldn't get him out of it and you had to be hospitalized for it what happened is that the vase they stepped away said well we're a little apprehensive and getting more shots forms you know how he'll react even the doctor stepped in and they said getting a vaccines would probably cause more seizures are more problems here's a notice saying this this and that's what the school district due to sorry he can't go to school as he gets the immunizations so they had to get a court order okay to try and get him in. school because of the fact that he was sick and so and then he got into school with a court order and what happen he became really it'll get more ridicule and being made fun of by the kids because of the fact that it got around that he couldn't get the vaccines so it's like you know at the poor kid many E. D. can help in the U. has reactions like this put his parents through hell because the mandatory you know you'll be barred from school you don't get them I'm thinking you know what this is not cool and I and I asked the question earlier in the show it is the question if you're vaccinated and I'm not vaccinated why the hell do you worry that if we were all say well every should get a vaccine well look if you've got a vaccine you should be protected so if I walk in reeking of you know Acer H. one N. one and you have the vaccine to protect you then why should you care if I have a twenty one I wasn't vaccine I did get a vaccination doesn't make sense they make this a wrong and right issue if you get the vaccine you're right okay if you don't get the vaccine you're wrong it shouldn't be right and wrong it should be a choice we we're not doing it that's okay but then they say oh well we can get the flu because you you know you caught the flu and you didn't get a vaccine what can we say the other way to say well let's see you took a vaccine you got the flu and we got caught a flu offer you well here's the thing too and I I can I can tell you when this all started I can give you the time I give you the year when this whole pushing for vaccination started was in two thousand five. and what happened is. Barack Obama. had bought shares in Baxter international and Baxter international was the pharmaceutical company that created the H. one N. one flu vaccine so right after he bought the shares Obama introduced the first comprehensive bill to address the threat of avian flu influenza pandemics and then from there the they're a bunch of government researchers and health experts and academics get were basically urged to impose self censorship we were impressed by the public to talk about why our country is started over medicate why our country is asking why why doctors in the in the propaganda is asking for more inoculations because drug companies like Baxter international others are big contributors to political figures and so you see political figures certain ones pushing vaccines and you remember that after Obama became president that was the big thing get your vaccine get your vaccine get your vaccine as because Hey he had to make good on the investments the game and he was campaigning yet do something is a you would always tell you know if you follow the trail of money you go back to the pharmaceutical companies you look at some of the like for example I think it's Donald Rumsfeld was on the on the border and Cyril a lot of these guys are on the dry on the on the boards of of directors for these drug companies I've investors and drug companies so called either gonna bush era yeah so poor of course they're gonna be pushing certain drugs again pushing certain things and of course in the times of Obama it was H. one N. one it was other flus and everything and it's because of companies like Baxter international and others they were providing these vaccines and I have a whole load of crappy vaccines they had on load on the people and they had to get rid of them of course who's the biggest champion but the guy who got the money for his campaign from these vaccine companies and then.

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Scans on US diplomats in Cuba show 'something happened to the brains'

Dr. Daliah

08:27 min | 3 years ago

Scans on US diplomats in Cuba show 'something happened to the brains'

"So remember those Cuba sonic attacks right and we thought was attacking our diplomats but the sonic attack and everybody's like no no no no it didn't happen we have a study where they looked at forty patients twenty three minutes seventeen women and they did an MRI brain scans and the show variations in brain structure and functional connectivity measures relationships around brain regions they compare these forty government personnel the forty eight other adults and the supposedly Cuba sonic attacks happen to the late two thousand sixteen the scans were done last summer actually no between August two thousand seventeen the last summer and study other machine the Verma said there were group differences all over the brains they actually found evidence of brain structure change never genie is professor of radiology and neurosurgery a university Pennsylvania's Perlman school of medicine and they said especially in an area called the cerebellum it's kind of you know deals with your equilibrium and stuff they found issues of balance I'm movement dizziness etcetera so there's a difference isn't connectivity were also observed in the breeze auditory and visual spatial areas anywhere they hear and see the authors noted that the clinical part of these findings is uncertain and they didn't have earlier M. arise of the patients to compare with the prince looked like before the incidents yeah that would help so they can see before and after because you know what if all of them had bring issues but that's unlikely and what was very interesting is they really couldn't identify like a disorder they could say well look like Alzheimer's or look like Parkinson's or look like to mention it they they can say that so doctor Verma says it certainly does not resemble the imaging presentation of traumatic brain injuries or concussions even though many of the symptoms looks concussion like so they say it says something happened and we need to look further and that's about it so doctor jazz or John she is our director of the Stanford concussion brain performance center said it was quite remarkable the researchers found differences between the brains of helping people and then those involved in the incident especially given the differences with the population itself in terms of their symptoms of what kind of complaints a hat he said I think the jury's out or what caused it but certainly these patients are complained of symptoms and even ventured impairment something's going on and if you can ask to be investigated so what what is going on well many of those who were stationed in Havana many these personnel order that they were hearing intensely loud sounds coming from a specific direction and they described it as a buzzing maybe grinding metal piercing squeals coming now that's according to a study that was published you know last year and of course the study these are the sounds are often associated with pressure like or vibratory sensory stimuli they say the sensory stimuli related to air baffling inside a moving car with the windows partially rolled down so you know how you can't stand it when your kids research roll down the window and you hear the boo boo boo boo boo boo boo yeah yeah like I shot close window and then they don't then you don't want to lock but then you walk the Winona still doing bloom so you gotta make you gotta roll up the window and then lock it yeah one patient reported hearing to ten second pulses others said they could hear the sound for more than thirty minutes so a recording obtained by the Associated Press a release in October became the first publicly reported audio sample to be related to the attacks so a pair of scientists thought it sounded like an echo we call the Caribbean cricket I think the bulls are mine a scientist can't figure out yeah that's something that so can't noise cause brain injury CNN is supporting us and I say self might not have because the centers directly what an audible sound might have you know but a consequence of these you know maybe something else happened and it came out as the sound Douglas Smith he says we actually don't think it was the audible sound there was a problem am I just been the vibrations he works at the university of Pennsylvania center for brain surgery he said I think the audible sound was a consequence of exposure I know of no because of the fact that would produce concussion like symptoms of course my research strong effects on humans require loudness levels there were V. procedures very loud noise so somebody seeing or hearing a buzz or a blue doesn't necessarily that you know that it's not like okay will the sound waves are because of the damage so we still don't know what are the symptoms what were they having well they were having your pain headaches ring in one ear vertigo disorientation attention issues they were basically looking like they had traumatic brain injury or compassion that problems of memory concentration balance I sight hearing sleeping headaches that last more than three months so one of the doctors said was like that a concussion within a radical gosh many felt mentally fault or slowed some more irritable summer nervous you know with posttraumatic stress disorder will see that sonic brain injuries or concussions with football injuries will see that many of them and poor job performance three people need hearing aids then moderate to severe hearing loss others had ring a pressure there is more than a half actually had to be given medication for sleep until the headaches some could go to work I know some of you guys like is again via a government job and everybody says of an appetite was I can get some time off I don't know though you know because actually start taking medication and going through all that I I don't know I don't think anybody was fake I get what we'll never know so what's weird though is the sensors are typically concussion like if you have pain or ringing in only one here you're usually with concussion you know depend on the brain damage I eat you know yeah they're the you'd have more global sort of you know symptoms so doctors are still baffled Cuban officials vigorously deny the ready targeted attacks on diplomats in Havana and if you there some discomfort caused by the factors they say now Canadian diplomats said they experienced similar symptoms while they were posted are posted over there and they are suing the government for millions Canadian diplomats are suing the Canadian government officials and then officials of what's in the civil cases in China the US state department expanded health alert adversaries of supposed acoustic incidents left diplomatic personal suffering now I mean I I want theory he get all I have is you know was this carbon monoxide poisoning I mean every every nobody could really figure out what sort of the sonic thing this was a lot of the symptoms sound like some like that lady they didn't have carbon monoxide filters maybe somebody was messed up before they left and then again the next question is why would Cuba was most of America I mean I know a lot of people don't like Americans but you know did yeah you know what would there be thing why would they do that now maybe they were trying to get a firmer spy equipment maybe somebody figured out there some James Bond sort of tech that if they do this sort of sonic vibratory impulse it interferes with certain spy equipment I don't know I'm pulling this out of my ear but it is weird nobody's answered that question and it kinda you know things that make you go

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