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"university wealth" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

05:17 min | 3 months ago

"university wealth" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"Highlight. But probably what I'm most known for my career is being punched by Daniel Priscilla in the. Semi. Finals, and that was all over the media and it was really hard to my family because New York Ranger fans were attacking me personally. And I just told him don't read it. Don't don't even pick it up. Don't look at it. Don't read it and I that's what I've done. I. Do feel for the guys there isn't a different standard they're out there the players play a little bit differently they go out there these guys that are selected they're the best they have and they. Know. It just the intensity and the scrutiny picks up because it is the playoffs. So her sure. Could you? Could you pick An official or two I mean maybe this is unfair. But guys that were just so good at what they did. Like maybe you learned from or or you're like man, these guys are the gold standard. While for me I mean it's a long list just stick to linesmen by Ray scapinello. He was an amazing linesmen. I worked my first. My first playoff game with him. My first time in the second round with him I worked a game seven in two thousand four in the third round. So if you work a game seven in the third round, you're going to the finals and again in the finals He was just unbelievable. was a good teacher to people that wanted to be taught and he was. An excellent I think he did four hundred playoff games twenty Stanley. Cup on so. Another guy. Your favorite lines went on Face Offs Kevin Collins he's my. Higher as it official coming through I used to watch NHL. Games. I used to I wanted to emulate what they were doing there, and cabin was my idol going in I worked with Ron Aseltine a fair bit. He was my first roommate in training camp. His nickname was the bear. That's why they called me the cub for Cubby now. Leon stickle I. Think I have a little bit of Leon. Because his last year in the League was. Ninety seven in he did I did thirty three games with him and he was grooming me for the playoffs but he was a guy that was out there that. A guy would come up and yell at them and Leon would just look at it and he tilt his head and say I think I look really good night helmet even though it was a big nose, I? Think that. Abby. On. Guy. Who Retired with me? The Standard. Of Professionalism in and fitness in the Great Leader of these guys are unbelievable. So I definitely those four right there guys right there really helped me along while a couple of things that we should get to to Ray with Scott number one. I just assumed you know when you've been around the National Hockey League for as long as you are. There's a place for you in hockey operations with the NHL, in some capacity but. You're joining the coaching ranks right Scott. You've on with the University of Wealth Women's team as. An assistant coach. Yes. Good for you, you must be excited about that when things normalized or win they normalized. Yeah. It's a I'm GonNa Tucker personal elected to try to plan ahead and last year right about right about now year ago I had my niece scope at my third knee surgery. And I was rehabbing university wealth by myself skating around and I had known I know the head coach and the assistant coach fairly well. So one day I walked in the office when they had recently lost an assistant coach to to tier two junior hockey and I said you know what? I'd really be interested in in thinking you'll get into coaching and Rachel said we'll. We'll talk about it during the year. So when I was available during the year I would go watch them play I even went watched a couple of recruits play and then once my season ended and and. We were told that we weren't going to become a back at that when the regular season ended art, we're technically retired now I reached out to Rachel again and she said we talked on the phone we she goes yeah we'd like to have you aboard. So it's a I coached before coached many sports by hockey card to coach when I was away twenty two days of mine I did coach my oldest son or my youngest son's a high school boys junior team one year really liked. I just liked the the Camaraderie I taught the system that I wanted rain with like because we had an three is all the time and a lot of backcheck nobody. Got All hang up the net all the time trying to score. So you better not be a conservative coach score. A goal. So many goals by having an f. three and then they also came back and helped out on defense so. I'm looking forward to the challenge. It's shifting gears so like I said so you know the future see what the future holds. How how is your family got through this last five six months or five months whatever it's been. Now, we've endured amine with the. With the the better weather, it's been nice little more freedom to get outside and and kids are working and it's You know they weren't really sure what it going to be like to have data around every but. We've seen to survived it all right now..

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"university wealth" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

03:16 min | 11 months ago

"university wealth" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"In West and with that it's time for another quirks and quarks question. My name is Jim Van Horne. And I'm from Koslow Bruce Columbia and I've been a a journeyman plumber for fifty plus years and have dealt with human waste products from time to time the financial cost of getting rid of this waste with water and sewage treatment in a staggering. which brings me to? My question is the digestive system in humans and animals that inefficient or is it. Our Diet produces reduces so much of the waste stream. And here's the answer. I'm Marlon Bucko. I'm from university. Wealth and I'm a professor of microbiology here and Kinda Teresa's says chat and I study in My lab who human poop in particular and I think this is a great question because we don't like to think about poop too much because it's kind of disgusting discussing but what you should know about but it's actually not just undigested food about seventy five percent of the weight of an average poop is from voltaren altering facts and the remaining twenty five percents overhaul about is actually bacteria itself and other microbes makeup positive. What we got microbiome these microbes? It's not live as part of your microbial ecosystem and you'll guts and they carry out of work for you some very important only a very small amount of tool it's actually undigested food and the average healthy person and so. I don't really think that it's necessarily a problem of too much undigested food. I think that the problem with the amount of sewage is being produced. It's just because there's a lot of people and also a lot of animals so the microbes are very very important for us that very important to help us break down food and I'll buddies but once once they viva buddies they work doesn't stop and in fact many of those microbes become an important also wastewater treatment process and we harness their power if you like purification dwarf occasion at at removing some of the impurities from the water now. I think it's very important to understand that these microbes really need to be the healthy and we tend to flush a lot of things down the toilet that we perhaps shouldn't and these kind of interfere with the wastewater treatment process. And so I guess in the answer to the question question. It's really not so much about what we can do to reduce the amount of on digested waste product. That we can produce is what we can do to make sure that we produce the best policy poop that we can and they can break down food and by the way Dr Allen Vercoe is a professor of microbiology and Canada. Research Chair at the University of G- wealth. And that's it for this week's edition of course in quirks if you'd like to get in touch with US or send us a question our email is courts at CBC DOT CA or. Just go to the contact. Lincoln our webpage and go to our webpage goto. CBC DOT CA Slash Quirks. Where you can subscribe scribe to our podcast? Listen to our audio archives or read my latest blog you can follow us on twitter and facebook at CBC quirks you can also get us on the CBC. Listen snap its breed from the APP store or Google play. Works in courts is produced by Amanda Buckle wits Sonia Biting and Mark Crawley. Our senior producer is Jim. Lebanon's I'm Bob McDonald. Thanks for listening.

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"university wealth" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"university wealth" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"The Sky Cloud couldn't have known what would happen when she and her friends were out on. Toronto's Danforth Avenue on July twenty second twenty eighteen when a gunman shot and killed two people including her friend Reese Fallon but now she and her family are part of a group that's filed a lawsuit. It alleged that Smith and Wesson knew about the risks and could have done more to prevent the shooting. The group is suing the gun maker for one hundred fifty fifty million dollars. They say the company was negligent for failing to implement authorized user or smart gun technology technology. They say might have stopped the gunman from firing stolen stolen handgun. That night Patrick cloudy skies father at a retired police officer. We reached him on the road outside of Belleville Ontario. Patrick what do you think this gun manufacturers Smith and lesson. What could they have done to possibly prevent the attack on? Toronto's Danforth Avenue. That was used. The Danforth Avenue was a Smith and Wesson Forty caliber pistol and back in two thousand Smith and Wesson was Kinda pushed towards coming up with a a smart gun APPs to make sure that if they fall in the wrong hands will be inoperable. Why would it matter for this gun? The fact that was stolen. Is that the issue anyone with the issue is if they are manufacturing guns and they're putting the smart gun technology ended them if they are stolen. The person it's stealing them does have the compatible software square or whatever like a magnetic ring or the palm print in prints on the pixel grab or the fingerprint technology. That's on the trigger. So they wouldn't have that gone with the inoperable shoot it would not have been able to use it then it useless to and why has this technology not been used. That's a very good question. The reason it hasn't been used is because most of the handguns that are being brought into Canada for sale are manufactured in the states and they have a lot of laws to protect protector gun manufacturers from being sued and therefore they have no reason to approve their guns or make them safer I understand it was the columbine high school massacre that led Ed to Smith and Wesson saying they would implement this kind of smart gun technology but then President George W. Bush came to power and he signed a law that protects check gun manufacturers and dealers from any liability for crimes committed with their products so as as that becomes a problem for actually being able to sue Samantha Smith and Wesson. Yeah that's correct. They were supposed to come up with their technology having a place by two thousand and three and then they had a change of government and the NRA was leaning on Smith and Wesson heart as well so they backed away from the whole plan and the smart gun technology. It's still exists so being developed but it's not been widely implemented yet because has The figure that the customer would want the added cost or the inconvenience of having this safety Procedure that's attached to their weapon. Now see you you and others are seeking to sue Smith and Wesson for this because of what happened to you and your family July Twenty second twenty eighteen. When did did you first learn that your daughter was out in a place where there was a shooting going on with seven of her friends for eight birthday celebration and they were? I mean they're ice cream right around the Alexander Square and that's when the perpetrator started opening fire and my daughter and three other friends ran into the basement of a restaurant nearby. And then she called me on her cell phone and We made our way up to the Danforth. How quickly did you police instincts snap back? I don't even think it had this not back. I was still their guy could tell me what restaurant. They're in hiding a bathroom so I went down to the first restaurant but I I saw from the square and I heard whispering so I continued long dark hallway and then he saw events bathroom door covered in blood. So I knocked on the door or and Coax them to come 'cause they're all terrified he'd you call it your down his name. Is that how you know we sky in there. Yes Sky Sky. Are you there there. She said Oh it's my dad. That's my dad. Some of the people who decided turtled Madore said no note on the door terrified. What was that moment like to find her daughter? I was very very relieved to see her. And that Shit. Israel scraped up but she was fine. My secondary instinct was trying to find out where reese fallon was because she's our our enables right across the street from us and they were friends. I've watched reached grow up on the Streetcar Whole Life so I was saying whereas reese was race. We'll have to find her because her parents are on the way and There's a police officer standing there and he asks for a description over and pulls me aside and said We have a girl outside. It's been killed at that script so I said we'll take it. She took me out into the square pulled back the blanket and and there was a devastating moment for sure. And then you were the one to tell Reece's parents I was kinda holding the bag when they arrived heads. You're talking about. I'm so sorry she was one of two people. Another ten year old was also killed and there were. We're about thirteen others. who were wounded by gunshots and think one of your daughters friends was also wounded by gunfire as well was she? Not Out of a a group of eight kids one was killed and two shot very badly and Samantha. She was shot in the upper hip by. Then we had reese of course who was fatally shot. I spoken with Samantha's father he describes how how much this changes everything absolutely like Yeah I've seen a lot of death and destruction but nothing prepares you for seeing an eighteen year. Old Girl that you've seen grow up you know lying on the street deceased on when you SAR days before all happy cheery graduating from high school and looking forward to her new career as a nurse and It was very devastating. And it's as hard as it was on my family. I can't imagine how you know they're cosies family and parents are dealing with us just devastating. How's your daughter sky? Doing she's doing better. She took a year off to travel. And she's now in her first year university wealth. She's got some anxiety issues but for the most part the the kids are doing okay. And do you think that if you could successfully sue Smith and Wesson it would help you know. The the monetary stuff is not an issue for me really. It's it's trying to make our streets safer and if all handguns were manufactured and you factored and implemented with the smart technology. We have a lot safer streets. I can open my phone just by looking at it and my phone's not a dangerous product. So the CAIN in government should be stepping up to you know they they make sure the meat coming through The borders clean. You know if there's an outbreak of semi they pull all the lettuce and the country off the shelves. Well people people are being killed left right and center on the streets of Toronto and all over Canada and nobody seems to be doing anything about it. Patrick I really appreciate speaking with you. Thank you on Wpro. Accu Patrick McLeod is a former police officer. And the father of Skye McLeod who survived the shooting on Danforth Avenue in Toronto in July two thousand eighteen we reached reached him on the road to Kingston Ontario. The McLeod family is part of a lawsuit filed this week against Smith and Wesson alleging the company was negligent when it didn't implement lament smart gun technology. The company did not respond to a request for comment from. ABC News.

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"university wealth" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"university wealth" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Fear good title. The author will young was formerly the editor in Chief of Liberty University. School newspaper The champion. He claims he instantly got in trouble during his first week there. His crime was noticing the his schools police department didn't publish a daily crime log online. He called the Virginia Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators to ask. If this was against the law. The University Police Department found out and complain to his boss. Who Yelled at him he writes? This wasn't exactly a rude awakening. I had spent the previous three years. Watching the university administration led by President. Jerry Falwell junior meddle in our coverage bridge revised controversial op EDS and protect its image by stripping. Damning facts from our stories still stuck around. I thought that if I wrote with discretion and kept my head down I could one day win enough trust from the university adversity to protect the integrity of our journalism. I even dreamed we could eventually persuade the administration to let the champion go independent from its supervision. I was naive instead when my team took over that fall in two thousand seventeen encountered an oversight system that required us to send every story follows assistant for review. Any administrative or professor who appeared in an article had editing authority. Forty over any part of that article. They added deleted whatever. They wanted falwell color newsroom on multiple occasions to direct our coverage. Personally he had a year earlier when weeks before the two thousand sixteen election action. He read a draft of my column defending mainstream news outlets in ordered me to say whom I plan to vote for. I refused on ethical grounds. So Falwell told me to insert. The author refused to reveal review which candidate he is supporting for president at the bottom of my column. That says stupid school right. Yeah you love the intellectual honesty and the freedom of speech. I mean it really has fucking Nazi propaganda qualities. Yeah I mean it it. It is consistent with the Family Line of hating freedom of speech and in not being able to stand anybody saying anything about you. I guess that is passed down in the genes in pranks apparently aren't so. We've learned a lot about genetics. Today will eventually quit the school paper and the School of Communication and not replace him with a new editor in chief instead. They changed the champion to faculty run paper taking control for content direction entirely highly away from the students future journalists Liberty University we're forced to sign an NDA forbidding them from talking about editorial or managerial direction oversight decisions or information design. I'm just privileged or confidential. The day also makes student journalists acknowledged that they are privileged to get thoughts opinions and other statements from university administration. We're so lucky talk to us. Yeah that's cool so obviously will is a student with an ax to grind but his experiences gel very clearly with the reporting of numerous Chris other journalists as well as complaints of students alumni he and others paint a picture of Liberty University is a sort of evangelical dictatorship of higher learning which teaches super neat Dictatorship of higher learning. Yeah yeah sounds dreamy. Yeah where the entire university versity is just an extension of Jerry Falwell Juniors personality and pocket book That sounds like a good thing for a school to be. Sounds like a good education. I'm glad they don't have to pay taxes that would be crazy If they had to pay taxes because they're in a political religious coercion. Listen that demands. They writers published who they only flattery. Yang's Y- now a lot of the Changes in the coacher of liberty. University versity are believed to have something to do with what has made the school so enormously. Profitable since Jerry. Junior took over the massive growth of their online education program. By two thousand fifteen liberty. University was the second largest provider of online education in the United States. Second only to the University of Phoenix. I was GONNA Guess Phoenix Meeting. Yeah Yeah that's number one number twos liberty you. School can largely thank the federal government for the money that it's gotten on as a result of this two thousand seventeen liberty students received more than seven hundred hundred and seventy two million dollars per year from the Department of Education at ranked sixth in federal aid. Nationwide the vast majority of Liberty University's wealth comes from taxpayer dollars. Yeah and they don't have to pay taxes on. That's good you guys feel better by your for your taxes are going. I feel great about it. They need a billion alien dollars a year. It's not upsetting at all Flint Michigan. Doesn't he clean water. Water but Liberty University needs seven hundred and seventy million dollars to discriminate against students self. Yeah a variety of types of it's cool super cool and consistent some people find it uncomfortable or down bad that a school which pans at students from supporting homosexuality swearing and even drinking off campus receives federal money. But we all know. Evangelical Christians in America don't have to obey obey the same rules as the rest of us. And that's fine it's fine everybody's happy with us. That's what Jesus was four. That's what Jesus was four. Massive of inequality may he was a big fan of inequality I mean I would say that. was his platform trickle down economics. He was a big Fan of right. Yeah Yeah Oh yeah. Yeah I remember when Jesus like oh I'll turn one fish while you know what I'm going to take the someone's GonNa take this fish. It's going to eventually trickle down onto the really hungry. I'm GONNA throw some bones at y'all someone of US going to get an eye fish. I and you will be fucking happy with and you will be my second in command. Jesus so online courses have become the primary money generating engine behind Liberty University. They have more than three hundred phone recruiters working from eight. Am to eight PM. I am calling students from lists. They get from sites like best colleges online in an article. Breaking this down. The New York Times noted there is such a race to get to customers before the University of Phoenix and other rivals rivals the perspective students sometimes mark. How little time has elapsed? Just a handful of minutes between. They're providing their information on the website and the call coming from Liberty Liberties tax filings. Show that in two thousand sixteen. The University Google Sixteen Point eight million for admissions leads generation in other words advertising liberty to those searching online for degree options the recruiters recruiter work under intense pressure. According to several former L. You owe employees. I spoke with. They get no more than forty five seconds between calls and sometimes managers override. Even that short break there are no formal quotas. A A federal regulation that went into effect in two thousand eleven forbids them but as one former employees put it. The highly motivated goal is for each recruiter to sign up eight new students. Day multiplayer clarice. Three hundred cubicles that is twenty four hundred per day Forty five seconds between calls. I mean honestly that's downright leisurely complaining about exactly ABS CBS so it sounds like it's just like a big. MLM KINDA situation. Yeah it's a kitten to that certainly. I mean it's yeah it's not an Malambot Tom. What do they call it when it's just like a farm? Yeah it's a diploma mill. Yeah Yeah it's a diploma mill masquerading as religious institution so it doesn't have to pay taxes on the billions of dollars. It gets from tax payers but the particularly aggressive sales. Call thing. That's like its own thing right. Yeah yeah telemarketing yeah. That's like crazy that it's so high pressure gas. Well there's fucking Glengarry Glenn Ross these people yeah yeah to get them into debt so that like to get them into taxpayers subsidized debt to the school for a a degree which spoilers is not worth a whole lot But you know it is worth a whole lot. Sophea our goods and services yes.

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"university wealth" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

13:35 min | 1 year ago

"university wealth" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"It prevents blood pressure. Blood vessel calcification. It improves perfusion so can counteract development of plaque in fact I just saw Dr Oz on TV and they gave them big report now says that they proven now that Quote nutrition and Diet are equal or superior to cardiac bypass her stance. Well I'm completely against bypass instead. If I do high-speed cat scan Hannity Calcified arteries and I see cardio. Light scanner treadmill stress testing. You've got blocked arteries. I don't want to rush in and give you a standard I wanna give you nutraceutical starter. Ones CARDIOVASC- we have anti-inflammatory fatty acids Omega supreme quote. Cook premanent end and Oxen's a single oxygen hydroxy nitro proxy radical. They will go over that in a minute. But the formula by itself will prevent calcification lower blood viscosity acidy stop oxidative damage the home assisting so does basically all the major categories and many people and we have so many people happy with it that they just say that. I just take the CARDIOVASC- but I told him don't WanNa add magnesium magnesium place nate. You wanted cookie ten coca jen supreme. You Wanna add or antioxidants like cell. Detox talks clueless. I own right Ultra Simond one for sickle oxygen radical and Gammy plus took a train all. And so the kind you want to take take self-defensive plus which is our cooling products seven hundred percent more absorbed many other coding in the world. So the thing is we do that yet. Things lower blood viscosity tree which is viscous. His blood The current event starts the whole process. Yeah Nakada is all set. You can test it with a lab test and Tukwila Washington with a dual laser for scholar. I work with Herbert Cardiologists back. Twenty years ago plus more than now and lasers commoner west of Harvard In my office in Denver Right now the only place that could do it in the world is actually Meridian Valley labs and Tukwila. So people don't understand that And I challenge doctors in so-called public. Nobody thinks they know more than darker. Diogo these topics I go further in testing and science-based investigations and any specialists in any area of anywhere on the planet. That's arrogant know. It's fact and I can prove it by telling test that you can do at your local hospital that you can do. Advanced Federally Certified Labs Jobs Overseas Labs right here. In America over fifty laps needs are not opened opinion. They're not like well. That's your opinion deal. Notice not these tests that I can do on you to tell me if you've got elevated homocysteine you've got high blood viscosity treat enlisted Salkin diastolic if you've got pro inflammatory. FATTY ACIDS UNLIT ELECTRA freezes. which a lot more accurate than spectroscopy spectroscopy? The LABCORP INQUESTS USES so. Let's go through the seven center. Just two groups. The first one is via Texan like the Jocson makes your heart and blood vessels contract to push the blood to your for free and it's not just your heart. You know the research five years ago and you know Where they said well heart pumps all the blood? Ride your bike. Doesn't it plumps for blood to the blood vessels and blood vessels pumped blood two-thirds to three-quarters of the pumping this your arteries and all the blood flow bat you heard as your blood vessels there's nobler heart activity at all. It only pumps it out to the lung fields and out to the main arteries. That's it the hard just primary pump. Not not the complete bump for everything and people need to understand your arteries healthy. It'd be plastic and contract. I'll need have very energetic and low blood visconti and if they don't you're going to get calcified arteries these are gonna be useless than your heart pumping against functional resistance. Your blood pressure's GonNa go orbital you're gonNA have a stroke heart attack or heart failure. I mean this is not by surprise. It's a surprise because of the doctors making fortunes from the crop healthcare system. They WanNa do bypasses and stint. I talked to a senior resident backing some. She's almost forty years ago and Cornell. University New York is actually where they discovered and developed by pass procedure in the senior residents and cardiovascular. Surgery said you know what we invented had this new procedure. We figure it's worth three hundred boxes back in the sixties so they put it into this into their special directorate that have at the university wealth. Let's see if we can have some Zeros. WE'RE GONNA make thirty thousand guess. What when they got the number back that they accepted three thousand three hundred? They partied for two weeks leaks. You gotta understand what's really going on here and it's a very bad b movie isn't it. Have you talked to doctors that. Do you think no. Your doctor knows functional pathology algae which means how the body works. You'll be shocked and amazed. I've talked to cardiologists. It says what I talked about his Voodoo I said no I want ready. All had a PhD in insect genetics and let's talk about non newtonian fluid dynamics and other things. I I lost him. I could see his. Both eyeballs almost rotating in opposite directions. He realized like Daego. Please shut up. And then I didn't shut up and I said you know what I'm asking you questions. I'm going to teach US stuff. You obviously. Don't no yes. You're doing cardiac procedures. Yes you're handling people in hospital. Yes referring to bypass issue doing cardio lights scans. That's all well Eh. You're not solving the problem. Why this person's in front of you in heart failure or got a bunch of blocked arteries now they don't WanNa problems over like eagle eye me a problem child okay and I can shoot over four hundred health conditions other doctors find difficult now? Because you're just arrogant deal if you disagree with let me have the intellectual Mahoney's male or female to call into the show live and disagree or after hours of you're not that brave and see if you think you know more. Your doctor knows more than me. They don't and the reason is I don't believe just making my opinion. I want you to know that there's tests Dick Improve. The what I'm saying is true. And if you're not getting enrich supplements and by the way ahead some people this week in one just get the pulse. Magnetic if you're not taking cardiovasc- fatty acids and things to remain allies your body and anti-inflammatory fatty acids. Why did he do you think pulse magnetic there's been a hell you by itself is not so I want people understand that you need things like cardiovasc- The associated nutraceutical so let's go through tax? We have H garlic which kills the NCO tension converting enzyme and Lower C reactive protein. And the third one is which releases nitric oxide. You have free gas system if you don't take the product right if you don't take supernarks or some people have something else but are super knocks will make your body nitric oxides if you don't have nitric oxide. Your oxygen mclovin molecule cannot reduction to your tissue Virginia important. And what's next one. After that is it Gingko bilberry bilberry is going to be an antioxidant the larger than hydrogen which we also have college duplex but dialyzers Reverie Oregon so it gets shooter free radicals which are the devil in your circulatory system. If you got free radicals you're gonNA oxidized cholesterol and fatty acids and you're going to have dead macrophages in Latin macaroni. Means Bee eater. Sell you. Kill your big eater cells. You'RE GONNA get problems it's GONNA turn to. Its foam cell. Foam cell secretes able. I can't wanted onto precipitate platelets and firemen and you got a plaque building up like Turkey back in Haiti Next is Kinko's Galore blood g now the only component that you move from the Canadian for him because Socialist mini-state candidate doesn't want you to take the he wouldn't stop to days before dental or surgical WPRO procedures. I tell people you know. This is an example of the one of the downsides of socialized medicine. If you've got something really serious in Canada my colleagues or functional alternative. Medicine medicine persecuted all the time. In Canada I remember when I was in Alberta and the registered like even talking to chiropractors or natural passer driven. PhD scientists like legal. You're talking to other health professionals to get You gotta be kidding. And they weren't kidding. Actually they're rated this this phone me for talking to these other people and I was working with a PhD chromatography and diagnosing pain and the causes of disease. So institutional stupidity I call it. What are you listening to that? I have a Lotta kind is now also legal. Experts can sue the heck out of anybody anywhere and I'm finding finding this next year. A bunch of pro se litigant actions on a number of fronts which Illinois out but when people understand. If you're trusting your doctor you have a death wish you do now. They might be a nice person go golfing or have dinner with or even marry your daughter or son but you gotta understand that. Most doctors know very little functional pathology which is integrated medicine don't know intermediate metabolism toxicology styles passage of quantum biophysics. They you don't know any of it. And they don't even know regular pathology. I mean we consider regular pathologist the smartest people but all our patients are dead under slide under a microscope. Because that's true home. Isn't that weird and try to shove smart doctors or medical you should be up with Allah just too smart for medical school. Yeah but all. My future patients are dead or under a slight pretty funny now integrated medicine which didn't exist. When I started almost fifty years ago didn't exist but it does now and I'm one of the primary professors worldwide teaching it to the Academy of anti-aging Environmental Advancement? Ms and I have a lot of technology including my genetic the frequency gene activation and my red velvet. Knock him aisin that no one else on earth has but you gotTa have right supplements you gotta turn off his CARDIOVASC- you have to add you. Make US supreme pro. Maybe you want the COQ ten supreme and Co Q.. Ten Supreme UBIQUONOL. You want to be taking hitting basket care carnitine sparked Contract we want to the oxidants. Like H two savage in ultrasound sell detox good assigned and Selenium Christopher eight and gave me a plus. And if you don't you'RE GONNA get heart disease and if you have hard is he's it'll regrets I've had people live had two arteries regressing even grow new arteries with our peptides APD is for referring arteries as well as genetic frequencies therapy especially extra carpio counterpole station harpies. He'll say you can't do that the I can't do that. My doctor doesn't know your doctor is a physical danger to your future. Life Dr Diggle. That doesn't sound very nice as so. Why do you think Dr Deals Nice? I'll die for you but I'm not GonNa lie for you do you like that. I'll die for you. Oh well and if you hate my guts now you'll hope to God. I could save you your relatives from Future Stupidity because believe me there's no there's an ocean of stupidity out there and a medical confessional profiting from it. They don't WanNa dance medicine you know. And they're tied to the global government can push trans humanism. They don't want you live four or five or ten years longer and heavier. IQ or go back into sports after forty years out of retirement and become a hockey player or football player and your nineties or one hundred tend and they don't want that. How dare you? You'll be too good a player if you get your physical capacity back and you're no longer a physical cripple right or an intellectual actual cripple people don't know this is what by the way the future the future is what I call the. The welder lead. You like that term the elderly. Clearly there are ninety hundred ten year old hundred twenty year old doing long-range running You know playing football Golfing thing and beating everybody else. Twenty fifty years younger than them. That's going to happen. The Century people are ready for it are they. It is a movie that was called Cocoon and talked about a place where they went from. The older people started getting younger younger younger. Guess what I have a lot of that technology now and between me and my colleagues were closing the the the block and by the way good part of that something like Arne vast. You're not improving perfusion. Chris Life as Alice. You really missing the bulk. You can't I'm just going to slap a magnet on your image I or Salvino Matt. Thank all solvents. You're GONNA get better. You're not you're not you're you're only partway there. If you start doing trying to prove the magnetic field around your body you gotta get the right supplements to interesting. Hey Yep and let's go through last year supplements that we we have The detox and we have Valeria and actually balanced the system soon. No longer in sympathetic overdrive which is stress hormones and free radicals so the format is very nicely balanced. When Your Dad decided us it was pretty clever and of course as he's venture before? And you mentioned your bowls diabetics if you haven't taken this. I'm sure you would already developed complications. Right yeah exactly actually just visited my endocrinologist the other day and firing on all cylinders breakouts right right which means you're not getting it but it's not developed blocked arteries. You're not becoming by the way you may or may not know those people but Dr Deals one discovered over thirty years ago. Dementia is diabetes of.

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"university wealth" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"university wealth" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Heart radio and I coming up after three thirty percent Carlo will join a CD Tennessee's conference out in corona. the family of Kenneth French the thirty two year old man that was shot to death by an LAPD officer inside the corona cosco after attacking that officer was holding a child at the time anyway a grand jury riverside county declined to go after criminal charges so the family had something to say and I guess the parents spoke publicly for the first time rustling payola they were shot to sky fire ten shots I will find out what went on after three thirty another parent has been sentenced in the college admissions scandal this is Stephen Sempra vivo he did enter a felony guilty plea for paying Rick singer that's the leader of all this four hundred thousand dollars to get his son into Georgetown University as a tennis star when he didn't really play competitive tennis you've heard this before what makes this story a bit unusual for the tactics about the way he got four months which is what the guy got yesterday so the judge in this case since the same judge who gave Felicity Huffman her was it two weeks she got. yeah no that I think yeah it will be because yesterday somebody a few days ago somebody got for four months in prison yes and it was it was not a father and this is another father getting for right and they paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to singer and in both cases the the the scam was my kids an athlete and they falsified photos or die someone Huff been did was different that was the S. A. T. cheating right a lot less money she spent fifteen thousand on that so that's why she got two weeks but simple vivo and this other guy I've gotten four months piece yeah and because secures were looking for up to thirteen months and of course the defense was looking for probation so she kind of split the middle here but here's what was different the attorney for sympathy was a guy by the name of David Kenner he tried to make simple viva left to be a helpless victim of Rick singer. first he tried to say that Rick singer preyed on him because he knew in the world to successful businessmen and professionals they will fixate on reasonably on a degree from a place like Georgetown. elite school would be the holy grail so Rick singer knew that simple vivo would be fixated on this for a son any lower demand and then secondly and more strangely he was he was apparently claiming it's simple vivo was a little bit frightened. of Rick singer Rick had a volatile personality I was afraid of him I kept thinking what would happen if erupted if we pulled out I don't know if I feared and physically but I do recall in saying don't make the chase you for the money that was a scary thing for him to say so I feel trapped I couldn't back out I guess the defense had to come up with something to give the judge to say no you don't have to come take it easy on my client would you could you know what the judge it looks for and I thought it was the husband prove that the just looks for you to just say you're sorry a completely and yet so it upright no excuses no convoluted above Rick singer really convoluted lawyer arguments here don't turn yourself into a victim don't come up with wacky excuses. you're rich guy you're smart guy. you should know better. you did know better you decided to do it anyway you thought you'd get away with it. that's all yeah and then there there's no way to spend this stuff I've been saying this from day one these they all these lawyers it's a waste of money it's a waste of time you got caught they have you on tape they have the documents just say I did it sorry. now that we know that was stupid I'm I'm I'm I'm ashamed and then you'll get less of a sense is also going to pay a hundred thousand dollar fine and he's got to pay a hundred thousand dollars to Georgetown for their legal fees and five hundred hours of community service maybe that should be cleaning up the home was pulpit needles about that for all would you like to sing them scrub the scrub down Skid Row imagine Felicity Huffman our knees coming down Skid Row yeah yeah with Laurie locked in yeah okay a lot to the to them with member seated please she's going to trial yeah and you know what she's gonna lose and she's going to end up getting ten years and then claim she's the victim by the way they also claim Sempra vivo had a lot of hot hot spot because memory mention this he actually for a while we withdrew it he he sued Georgetown to keep them from another in his son's credits to the kid got there and there are the full circumstances because he got found out the father was afraid well the time he's taking classes they can't and all that but a differently drop the lawsuit yeah insurance have backed off somewhat on that I guess they did what they said they'll let him keep his credits but it'll be up to the next university okay well I'd rather not do any good yeah right. so and probably some university wealth hi Chris and Carla comes out next the press conference the French family the parents spoke it was their son that was killed in the cosco by the off duty LAPD officer Johnny can can find Dever mark.

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"university wealth" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

13:30 min | 1 year ago

"university wealth" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Generation gap game. We're gonna ask each other trivia trivia questions about each other's careers about sort of pop culture of our generation we're gonna see who wins. Let's write your your career against my light. Nice graphics, though on MSG for those of you watching what's going to happen. And we're gonna ask each other alternating. Questions to see who knows more about the other. I'll be I won't be embarrassed. I guess if I lose. But well, you go ahead. Ask start me off the question. Let's see what the first question. Here we go who was the head coach of the Houston Oilers when I was drafted. That would be Jerry Glanville. That is incorrect. It was Hugh camp camp. He goes for the Edmonton eskimos, your your voice. Dick Williams was in here today. The coach for that franchise. It was Hugh Campbell. He is dismissed okay. Here's here's one for you. Okay. What quarterback through my first touchdown in the NFL? Hint. Zac claros? Incorrect. The hint is he's a regarded almost one hundred percent future hall of Famer hold on. Wait, Henry birthright, Hank births Hank for nineteen seasons or something in and finished off his career with great Cup. What is zero? We have a counter here's zero zero is okay. Here we go. What current radio personality was in my Houston Oilers draft class. That's a tough one. I want to say he was another wide receiver who got drafted along with you is that correct? No, give me the answer. Mike golic. She's mike. Golic was in my classes. Going on the radio with his son to that's right. Mike, mike. Yeah. I wonder if he's I wanted I wonder if he struggles like I do. All right. Your turn over to by the way. All right here, we go to or false. I was on the active roster for all forty of my collegiate games Cornell. I'm a say, I think he might have been. But I think you probably miss I'm saying, no false. It's true. Oh, forty forty games. Ten ten games for years. Which was a miracle because I was not injury-free. I can promise you that was stinks. All right. All right. Number three. How many hall of fame quarterback? Did I catch a pass from an actual NFL? Okay. I'm trying to think there's at least at least two. I'm going to say to to. Yeah. That's true. Jim Kelly and Warren Moon, Warren Moon, I was gonna say because I if I could've gotten in for one rep at wide receiver in the Pro Bowl. I'm going to be in the know about that though accounted. Yeah. All right. So you got one, okay. Who has the football from my only playoff touchdown in my career. Who's got that? Give me a hint. What what playoff game was? What was the Miami Dolphins? Don Shula's final game as head coach of the Miami Dolphins. Buffalo Bills in in. What was then Ralph c Wilson Rich Stadium? I caught a touchdown pass the Miami Dolphins. Is it Kyle? My cousin. Kyle got as pretty good. George gave my nephew still has it too. Okay. Crushed how many at Saint Francis. High school. How many Monsignor Martin championships tonight? Was I part of my four years. Two. That's correct too. I thought you were going to miss that one. Now, I got that. When he didn't you win like a freshman. No, junior senior junior senior. Yeah. We lost my freshman year. It was. Yeah. I remember. What's your voice name naming naming one? So my son I got a senior and freshman playing on the game enrich stadium. Saint francis. Playing against a Joe Saint Joe's naming for Bill and CFL placing name. Roosevelt catches the ball down the middle. And it was named Roosevelt a quarterback. And I know he caught it. No, maybe didn't know naming report back at Saint Joe's. Yes. And so I trained with I've trained with name and now for six seasons. He's a good friend of mine. He plays CFL now. But I always wish I could've intercepted his passes a freshman in high school, and he was a senior Mona UB as he got he moved to wide receiver university of at buffalo. But he was a quarterback I was inches from from intercepting as a fifteen year old. Complete. He completed though, the safety was your brother. That's right between the my both my semester, we tackle him. But you know. All right. That's okay. No, that's mine. That was championship. Yeah. Go ahead. Or does it my question? No. I don't know. Let me before I got before. It's my turn go ahead. Okay. Right now with the hell of the target that play Tim Hortons field downtown Hamilton, right? When I first signed the stadium was under construction. What is the name of the legendary Canadian State Stadium on which the new one is built command? This is I've ever win stadium. I knew that one. Okay. Here's another softball. Then if you get that for sure. During that during that time or at the temporary home of the cats was what university? Wealth. That's right. I is making a comeback here wealth wealth was you were at that game. So I was at the game. I I was I think it was at the home opener for new new era for Tim Horton labour day classic. That's right. That's right. The labour day classic. I was great one. That was okay. Here we go who was the opponent in my last home game as a buffalo Bill. Okay. So obviously, obviously your last game was in Green Bay, right? What happened in that game? Something of uncle everybody knows. The just tell people you don't have to tip. Lasted about the halfway through the first quarter of the last game. I wish I lasted that long five plays. Well, you can't take your helmet off on the field and talk to the referee should just talking to a veteran like you should have known that. Yeah. That was my last home game who's the opponent? I last home game in buffalo. You can't you know, the big icon. I want to say the family where we're all working together. I want to say it was the Rams that correct? That is not right. The Jacksonville Jaguars. And it was nice nice. A nice token to because when we walked off the field. I know if you remember this you probably didn't see it Mark Brunell, remember the quarterback for the he brought me the game ball, then he gave me the after the loss. But still he said, you know, you should have this. I still that about that's cool. Okay. Says I'm up three to two now because football question, I don't I'm done. I'm ready for the how many hold on everyone one for you. I have four more questions and they're more of. Okay. That's perfect. I have four but one still is including my career question here. Okay. How many thousand yard seasons have had in the CFL to false three. What's the score? Where we got here is three three now. Yeah. You just got that wrong. He didn't I didn't. But I said I was up. You said I was up three to j Harris. They're filling us in here in our head of what's going on. And neither one of us can follow. What? I'm still up three Sarah. Didn't he just get the one right about now? Okay. You don't win when I get it wrong. And I don't get a point for. Yes. Right. For your question being too hard. You don't get. All right. I'm still up three to all right here. He goes questionable was my favorite rock band. The Doobie brothers. Okay. That's three three. Okay here. Yo these these turn it up a little bit. It's my favorite song. The Doobie brothers Pandora stations. The only thing that ever plays in mom and dad's house, it's a little noxious. Okay. That's right. My older brother Dc took me to my first concert ever in in buffalo. It's a band more from your generation than mine. What was the band? The pain dictate. What years right? Well, how old were you maybe a freshman in high school? Maybe I was in middle school even at the stadium. No, no. It was it was like over by the canals or something some outdoor place down there. I was I couldn't even tell you so young thirty eight special. No it was here. I'll give you one hint. Just for point-scoring. He got it wrong. But with one hand one hand, it's particularly applicable here because it's actually a Canadian band. The guests who that's right? The guess who knows sugar tight Mike off. That's right. I've got that. I've got them on my hard drive. All right here, we go my second. What was the this? Is you were bragging on me? Let I tested out physically. Really? Well, it was great athlete who hasn't Mel kiper somebody you were talking to early in the show. No, it was a Canadian caller from from Hamilton day. Oh, that's right. Davis. Right. Okay. So what was my fastest hand time? Forty yard dash. Okay. I I want to say it was a junior junior college. That's right. Okay. And it was something like a four to nine. No, it was not for four three three four three four. I'm not giving it to you. Even even though estimated on the on the fast side of I don't. You're not getting you know, you've got to get it. Right. Okay. Gotta get right hand time though. It was hand timed. It was college in Kansas your coach coach at that time to be below four four. Yeah. It was. Yeah. It was it was it was in a gymnasium. And I'd like, okay. I actually read my sheet wrong. I've only got one question left. So give me your you have to two more. Okay. Give me here we go. What was my max bench press of all time? I want to say. Three an over under. Yes. Yeah. It'd be more. I'll give you over under is it. Over or under three seventy. I want to say it was three seventy five is it over. What is she over under? You're saying you're saying over three eighty five really? Yeah. That's pretty impressive still cost me though. What does that mean? Because I bet the defensive coordinator get four hundred and I couldn't get it. What team are you on the bills? It was injury with bubbas when I had a knee injury. Right. So I had an injury engine. I couldn't really run or anything. So I put on some weight and lift, you know, so we were I was trained in hard. Upper body is doing everything I could play right. So they had me the training staff had me lifting and stretch basically doing what I could do without hurting my knee. Right. So I started benching bitch and hard and stuff, and I got up to like three three eighty five and the coordin- defensive corner while Corey was there, and I go I'm gonna go. I'm I'm going to get four. Yes. No. You're not it goes. I said, I bet you he goes. All right. I'll bet you steak dinner. I said you are on. Well, he knew so what happened. I was only like a buck eighty which is pretty pretty book eighty five and he thought because my body weight I wasn't going to get there. Because. He knew. The signs of it. Get there. That's not really what happened. What happened was then a week after that? They started letting me run and sushi. Start running bench. Go your bench dries up. So that's pretty impressive that that bench number, right? Somehow. Your wife. My mother's side of the family doesn't have that bench press, gene. And I must have fallen in that category. I can squat really. Well, it as I've I used to squat to now. No, yeah. You're you're you're mother's side of the family or distance runners. Yeah. That's unfortunately, got the your grant bench press. Or was it? Your is your great grandmother held twenty seven world records in track and field. You knew that. Didn't you pretty impressive? That's true masters track into all right here. Let's see. All right last one. I have one more one. It's your turn. Okay. Let's this is gonna be a great question to determine the true gap in our generations here. Okay. Okay. What is the best Disney move movie soundtrack of all time? Okay. Best movie. Disney movie soundtrack of all time. What a couple of them are recent. I would have to go with there's a couple of that. I'd go to all the listing them in no particular order, and this is not my final. You have to have a final Chitty Chitty. Bang bang would be one. Is that Disney? I don't know about that. Yeah. You're right. That might stick. The let's stick my twenty s. I'm talking to say like. Let's say like, okay best Disney. Soundtrack of all time. I'll go I'll go beauty. And the beast is a pretty good one Mary Poppins is an excellent one. And I'll go third one would be I can hear them laughing. I wouldn't be studio actually at the Aladdin. I would say maybe because of the hits on it'd be I would go with beauty and the beast. That is not correct. The answer. We're looking for is lion. King. That is obviously the best Disney soundtrack. That was. Yeah. No. That's a good one too. I didn't say frozen, you know, being a grandpa now frozen would I was wondering if that was going to be in your on your list of coming back into play here with a granddaughter. The soundtrack is really the one that's on the loop. I've watched that it's not bad either. But no blanking is polls are in Lanqing's outrightly the best. All right. Okay. I have another one or we are tied up tied up. And this is the question. All right over under. How many of your high school games? Did I actually see impersonal the over under is four point five? I'm going to go over for that. But just barely over. There's no way you saw more than ten names. It's probably probably, you know, the name if I if I sat down with with a therapist for a long time that they'd probably they probably come to that conclusion that.

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"university wealth" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"university wealth" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"You informed this is total information am on newsradio eleven twenty kmox now jana more exports from the new gave emw toyota's sports desk and good morning everybody murray strumming in for tom ackerman the blues closing out the month of january with three games oon whole my starting tonight with the ottawa senators and you know what blues are trying to put saturday night in their rear view mirror lord's sounds and those ones over the booze take a beating by tutor night away to hide what happened here mci odis come in with only ten wins on this season and they get their eleven th win is they handle blues their tents home loss of the year the blues in our fifteen intent on home ice that was chris curbed with the call right here in came away that five two loss to arizona did siptu well with coach mike keogh and the rest of the blues so the coach will he called on carter hutton tonight or willie cohen jake allen in the nets here's carter hutton i just expect that whoever plays we're going to give our best effort like we do every single night like we do every single day for the singles you know we're we're both team guys and we work together so whatever we go with you know a battlehardened try to get our team a chance to weigh head coach mike make that call at the morning skate and you got jane schwartz he's trying to make his return back from a broken ankle it's been six weeks since schwartz went down here's coach mike you just wanna make sure each feels comfortable medically is is cleared needs needs ready and obviously this just matter making sure that uh conditioning wise and timing wise that uh when he gets in his he's ready you know he feels ready boos and sanders tonight right here on kmox the puck drops at seven me while st louis university wealth they have a new soccer coach if cabin kayla cheese one of the buildings all time great players he's an abilities hall of fame of st louis native he was introduced yesterday as the school seventh head coach kevin kale age and the slew basketball team on a nice little role these days they've won two straight games there at shape it's raining tonight they're gonna take on.

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"university wealth" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"university wealth" Discussed on Thunder Radio

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