17 Burst results for "Vintimille"
"vintimille" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
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"vintimille" Discussed on 6IX & Friends
"The switch gears a little bit. Just a little bit here now, happily divorced Oh. Yeah, so we're happy. Yeah, name Yup. Last week. It was hectic for me now to. Knows the. Emotional rollercoaster. It wasn't inventing problem to venting. VINTIMILLE. Literally atmosphere for someone venting to me. And, I don't have a problem with is in the Van I'm always ears right? It was the emotional roller coaster. Okay I'm sorry because it was I I give them. A neighbor I'm excited. fucked off clothes. I gotta come into work late. Joke you me like mellow or something? No. This is this is by. Could Metal Mellow out I for the past month before this I had been struggling to find a place to live because I really wanted to find a house, I really wanted to rent a house. That's what I wanted. Because I wanted to save more money so that I could build a house because I. Want to build a house. Something that I just had my goals like i. just really wanted to rent a house I. Don't know why just really wanted to I at the time had a total of five people that we're. GonNa be living in this house. Myself included. Who are these five all right so I mean I can't say name so I guess my brother, and then my brother's college roommate, and then my current boyfriend and his, and I are like one of our mutual friends, so it's you. Boyfriend boyfriend's mutual. Yeah, little brother, Yep little rose room. Yes, Z., the ringleader! Yeah, but mind you. They're all paying rent almost yeah, so like. It was going to be better for me because that's less money I had to pay every month. Question Okay? How long have you car boyfriend dating? We started talking. November ninth. House the day we met, and like kind of started, talking was ninth. And then we didn't become officially boyfriend and girlfriend until Christmas Day. Against say. We'd be my girlfriend. I actually did it. I wrote him and. Asked me if I would be his girlfriend before this okay, and I said no, not because I didn't want to be his girlfriend, but because it was too soon, what was? The timing he I think. He asked me a month after we started talking. And I said respectfully like I need more time because I jumped into my marriage and I'm not doing that again. I'm not yeah. We're not playing that game I'm not looking at that. Deepen! No, now because you got to learn how to swim, you gotta go to the process. Has You gotta? Grow, so he asks you at the started talking to be his girlfriend and I said maybe. Maybe. It wasn't a it wasn't a no. It was a maybe it was a wait. There was a hey I need you to wait. Wait on, continue doing what you're doing. You know that's the consistency. Be Consistent. Continue join the same effort, and whatever, and I explained to him. Why like I'm still technically married at this point I? Wasn't you know divorce legally at this point? So that was one reason why and then to I wanted to take way more time to make sure I was going to get to know him, and even now I'm still consistently doing that on a daily basis in there should be a constant effort to keep trying to get to know more about your significant other. You know because you would want them to do the same to you. So you were talking about the golden rule all the time. Treat others the way you want to be treated. Right treat others the way they want to be treated, they want to be treated and you. Because you'd assume it'd be the same, no true know. How won't you how you want me to treat you not the same thing. That's why the golden rule. They want you to treat them..
"vintimille" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance
"Get your roof repaired but there's a line at which money stops working and there could be various reasons y that line is crossed for example money could stop working simply because there's no time for money to work. I would guess that in your heart as is mine might be heavy right now with just thinking about the shootings in the united states over the weekend. It's devastating to to hear about dozens of people being killed <hes> for no reason whatsoever just the senselessness and stupidity of sand and murder order and it just turns your stomach and all you wanna do is sit down and cry and cry with the people who lost family and is devastating but but it's a good example to show how money doesn't solve the problem of protecting yourself from somebody who's killing you in that instant now money solve the problem in the form of the traditional <hes> <hes> responsive police the fact that there's a whole system a whole environment where police common they interact interact with the shooter they kill them or they arrested sarah and some incredible story of just the the incredible efficacy of the police officers in the most recent round of of killings and yet you for several dozen people that wasn't enough thankfully for probably dozens of not hundreds of more people that was but that's it's a clumsy example say that there are times at which you can't buy your way out of a situation like that and that's where we're crossover into prepping. Have you prepare for something like that and in almost any circumstance you could do. It's the first reason you talk about this. So the verse reason is money may not work simply because money can't work fast enough. Money may also not work because there is a complete destruction of an economy so listen carefully. I want you to listen to something. I have just stacked eight bundles of cash on my desk right next to my microphone. If i stacked all these up we're looking at about <hes> i guess about eighteen inches of cash tightly wrapped banknotes all wrapped up in tape big thick bundles of banknotes now before you be too impressed impressed with how rich i am and how i'm showing off and flaunting my wealth you should of course no and you've likely guest that these stacks of banknotes are not u._s. Dollars euros euros pounds. They're not franks. They are venezuelan bolivars or to not butcher the spanish quite so bad they believe that is the venezuelan call them and some of these numbers are pretty impressive. Here's one for here's a big bundle of small ones of the ace believe at us. Here's one one for kenyan does boulevard. Here's one for vintimille believers twenty thousand bolivars in one for five. Here's one percent quinta for fifty so so some of these numbers are impressive. Now it's interesting. This mixture is some of the cash comes from before the currency revaluation where a couple of zeroes were lopped off some of that comes from after but at any rate this eighteen inch tall stack of cash on my desk is worth the equivalent of for u._s. Dollars in today's market and of course by the time you're hearing it could be half that because in the last three weeks the venezuelan <hes> currency exchange rate has gone from about eight thousand believers to <hes> twelve thousand eight thousand two one eight thousand believers for the dollar to twelve thousand bolivars for the dollar in three weeks so for all. I know that could happen again in the next three weeks. That's what happens when the cash becomes worthless and and what you see an economy like what's actually happening today. In venezuela is financial planning doesn't work anymore because there is no money that is functional functional. I mean i don't know if you understand if you'd like to picture by the way go to my website radical personalize dot com shown us for today's show. I'll put a picture with the show notes or go to twitter dot com.
"vintimille" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"So, yeah. The last caller talking about the, you know, Homebrew drugs, illegal drug. I think that's what got Philip Seymour Hoffman. He died over at his place in the west village. And apparently, we had some sort of drug habit and got something that was laced with Vintimille, and it was kind of the early days that was back. When did he die two thousand fourteen the five years ago? And I don't think a lot of people knew about the federal they've found out later. I think his drugs were that killed him where laced with sentinel. Oops. So he'd done drugs, before were not what the, the I don't know if he knew Fenton, those under these trying to get a higher high, or whether it was just laced, whether he had no idea, but whatever it was. The man died at a young age. From, I think a bad brew Fenton hill. Get James in here from concord California. Hello, james. Hey, Tom, how're you doing? I don't think anybody denies that. There is an epidemic, but I have to say real quick hits close to home, but I just want to quit listening to Fran. I'm not sure she's ever felt pain in her life. Because I'm gonna tell you right now. If you've got a kidney stone, or if you've got a have I have abscess an abscess writing in your tooth, that's working its way to your jaw putting pressure in there with pasta and so forth. Tylenol is about as good a slice of bread. Yeah. And yeah. This is home, because about three and a half months ago. I just had the perfect storm and I had four two doubles back to back four. Root canals why a matter of. Yeah. Four root canals within three and a half weeks. Won't to go to the specialist. And had they gotten to the point where they were infected where they where do that point, because you get a root canal before the infection. It's no big deal. You get one after it's infected. Oh boy. It hurts. Started shooting out of soon as he was done. Anybody else? The first one to one time and he gave me seven or sorry, fourteen of the Noriko, and I told him I don't really like these because most people feel out of them, they really like him, edgy as hell and I wonder her nor coz, I'm not familiar, what is that little stronger at their little stronger than the Hydrocare? Okay. Okay. So it's an opioid. And so I basically said, look, I'm but you know what I'm paying take whatever you got. So I took it lo and behold two weeks week or two later, I'm back in there with another double root canal. I go in for one tooth, and he's like, well the back to back right next to each other, you need to them. So he's like I was like, well, look this time I don't need the pills. I'm just gonna try to deal with with, you know, be and I know there's a lot of pain, but I'm trying to do. I don't like these things is like, okay. Well when he's done with a prescription for it anyway. Just as you have it as a backup. So I'm like fine. Well, that time around I had a really bad reaction one night, I might have taken it too early or something, but I got really sick sweating nauseous, like I've never been in my life. It was it was pretty scary stuff done with these things. So here comes two weeks later. I'm sitting on the couch watching TV eating and my tooth pumps in half. One of my teeth cracks said and take good care Matisse brought up. So one of my teeth cracks into, and I'm in worst pain, than I ever was the other two. Luckily my dentist, my normal dentist gets me into the next morning says, okay. It has to be extracted and for most people that don't know, extraction isn't just pulling your to it's, it's a huge endeavor. And so, I had to have an extraction what my dentist knows me. He knows. I don't like opioids and so forth, and so he's like, look. I'm gonna go ahead and give you coding with Tylenol. I'm like, okay, you know what I'm going to give that a shot. You know anything to deal with it. So he gives it to me. I take it to my. Kaiser permanent park. Shade Lindsey California to fill the prescription and I leave it with them. They're like okay, come back in a couple of hours. I come back in a couple of hours. Oh, it's not here. We can't feel that for you. You're Dennis refused. He wouldn't fill it because you got bike it in a couple of weeks ago or nor co a couple of weeks ago, they're tracking you tracking your your use. You look like a like a user gets better. Here's where it gets better. It's not the doctors that have the power now it's the pharmacists. Right. So I was live it. So I called my dentist housing him out left and right. I'm like, you know, I can't take this things you prescribe this to me. And then you refuse to fill. And he's like, man slow down. I didn't refuse to fill anything Kaiser me. No, no, no, no, no. I think just short short circuited the, the pharmacies keep records on what young take so that if they are looking for people that are abusers. That's all I don't have a problem with that. Well, I don't either. But here's what happened. This is where it gets to be a problem. So I got upset just because of the principal matter. So I called because it's an automated system. Now since Obama Care, you can't get anybody I finally got through to the person who made that decision pharmacy. I'm like, ma'am. I understand where you're coming from, but they don't make the decision. It's, it's, it's the computer program makes the decision that says. No, no. No. She said she did. She said she made this decision. And here's what she said. She said, well this weeks ago and you know, use most of it. She said, well, if you bring in the nor co I'll give you the codeine. It's my decision and I decided not to give it to you. So I got live it. And I said, at this point, ma'am, I only want the medicine, I'll deal with. And I got really upset that I want to know what your name is. And what's going on here? Yeah. Okay. All right. All right. The point is, what are you off of these drugs? Oh, no, no. Yeah. I mean I just I've done with the procedures the point was, here's where I got even more upset. And I've already filed a complaint with Kaiser. I don't understand why you're upset. Why would you be upset with the system that's tried to stop abusers from getting more more drugs? What's wrong with that? So you got you know, you're the outlier but my gosh, don't give the lady a hard time because he's trying to keep the abusers from abusing. Right. No, I get that. But she's also got doctors telling her hey, this guy's in pain. He needs it, and I have no hit. She has a license as well that her license is in jeopardy. They follow. They follow right back. And she would be in big trouble. I don't know why you give her a hard time. She's just a cheese a cog in the wheel. This is the crux of the story when I told her ma'am, I'm really upset about this, and I understand you don't agree with me being upset, but I said, ma'am, I'm really upset with this. I need to follow complain about this. These are exactly as well. Then I'm just going to have to put you down as a drug seeker. When I am not a drug seeker. And I don't I got I gotta tell you, James, James the way you tell the story it sounds like you, I you sound like the, the classic case of somebody that is so the way you acted with her made her think you are I'm telling you, I don't know you, but the story you've told me I don't blame her. I, I hate to say this, but you gotta look in the mirror, and go, I think I was outta line with this, lady, why were you so out of line with her? I don't know time. I was in a lot of pain. I appreciate that. But man, you can't take it out on the lady at the pharmacy. She's got a licensed to and she's supposed to be keeping abusers from abusing. That's what they've done agree with that. You don't fat, but you say you do, but not, not the way you behave. And so she decides okay. This guy's freaking out on me. If he's freaking out he must be a drug abuser and Bengo. You got yourself. Knocked now in the system as drug abuser. And I understand it on the same flipside. When somebody's paying let me tell you something, they're gonna flip out. Yeah. Well, good luck if you ever need a more pain, medication in the near future. I hope you don't. I really do I because I think you've kind of you've kind of baked in the, the whatever they do to Mark you down. They got your Mark man. And I'm I'm sorry. But I don't know how you handle it. But I that doesn't sound like the right way to be, but I- James, thank you. I gotta run but I briefed the call. Yeah. You start freaking out be we're going to go. This guy's freaking out. I know what he is. And I know what's going on here. When we come back burn out is now an official medical condition. 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"vintimille" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Hate with new fuel. And we need to speak that truth to deal with it. Yeah. Racism is real. Don't clap yet. Okay. Let's just hold your applause. Wait until I until I deliver the money line here. She so that's one of many things that she addressed in this in her speech yesterday, which went on for almost forty minutes, she emphasized that she wants to go for Medicare for all. She wants universal pre-k. She wants to rollback Trump tax cuts. She wants to get rid of them and she wants to raise taxes on the rich. I mean, this is what was once considered, you know, pretty aggressive left wing socialist kind of speech as now becomes sort of the center view of the Democratic Party. And it's embodied in Kamala. Harris can we talk about Willie Brown? Yes. By all means. Alright so Willie Brown. Former San Francisco mayor he's eighty four years old, right? He writes, this maybe two paragraph piece saying yes in San Francisco Chronicle in San Francisco Chronicle saying, yes, I did have an extramarital affair with Kamala Harris, and yes, I may have influenced her. Career, and he says all of this as if it's the most inconsequential ridiculous media speculation that's ever occurred as he just admitted to basically. In this day and age and metoo moment, essentially, the idea that a woman had an affair with a married man and used it to further her career, and he's like acting like we're just supposed to shrug it off. He's trying to pass it off as it's blase. No big deal. Just everybody knows. I was one of the rungs in her career ladder. That's wild. Yeah. It is kind of wild. He it's an inversion of what it's supposed to be just like, you know, he's he's coming out and saying, yeah, that's true. She took advantage of me. And then career big deal. Yeah. He says, yes, I may have influenced her career by appointing her to to state commissions when I was assembly speaker. Okay. That's kind of a big deal. Comal is like getting in touch with him or is wraps or whoever reps him now. And it's like will you stop trying to help. Yeah. Would you? Would you knock it off? Also Howard Schultz. You see this the former head of Starbucks says he's running he wants to run for president as an independent. He's seriously considering it I am seriously thinking of running for president. I will run as a centrist independent outside of the two party system. We're living at a most fragile time. Yeah. Democrats are furious about this. I saw near a Tandon head of the center for American progress a close Hillary Clinton advisor says if he enters the race I will start a Starbucks boycott because I'm not giving a penny that will end up in the election covers of a guy who will help Trump win. You have plenty of Democrats who are very fearful that the billionaire Starbucks founder, we'll play spoiler and ensure Trump reelection and other Starbucks boycott. What is this like number twelve thirteen find now come on guys you have to give clear the encampments out of your bathroom first? And then run for president. Eight fifteen now, wwl traffic and weather every ten minutes first on the fives. Here's Lisa Vaden. And the heady carpet cleaning traffic center waiting longer for Metro Rail yellow and blue line, there's a signal problem that developed we are stop and go out of buckling. Virginia crash twenty nine north this one at Vintimille rolled moved to the right near fort belvoir. We just had a three car crash in the Fairfax county Parkway northbound close to route one going into northwest.
"vintimille" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"And I'm like both of them getting twenty million dollars ks kid, and it'll be over in two minutes. Yeah. That's exactly ninety seconds ninety seconds. But somebody's going to get a glove. Yeah. Did you like Tessa Thompson coming out doing music? Yes. I didn't think I would. But again, I've improved. Yeah. I mean, that's a good way to get your number one single on front straight. I feel you know, what I mean? Yeah. Have been barreling. If he lost the city that the lose again. Yeah. But then it could be like an Anthony Aimo loses. It'd be if you if you just go friends just left you. Friends. How you now you just go and you ruined your play the Tessa Thompson crate lost his title five. Is that England World Cup is coming home song. Nobody wants to hear anymore. Right. Yeah. You know, what I did like about this? I liked the parenting stuff. Nice. And because you're a parent. The win the door was born. And she's deaf as you know, my son had some health problems. Yes. Fine. Just waiting for test results and all those kinds of things. It's it's really nerve wracking. You wonder about done what you might be. But you do worry about that you pack for the rest of their life. Because even if it's a minor thing, you know, what I mean? Yeah, for sure even if it's like, asthma or whatever you do. Yeah. Get bashed for being another. So I don't have full respiratory function idiot kick kit. So I really I really liked that stuff, and obviously the Drago stuff with his son. But the I love the inclusion of the rocky way to say he's on and grants. The grid mealy Amelia Ventimiglia Vintimille where we haven't seen since rookie five say we have seen him because he was in the Gilmore gills were. It was in that. So yes, that's true adhere is if heroes was off to that not bio by daughter Baid. But no, I like I'd also kind of like head is he lose contact with these papal. Yeah. What's he doing? He's just a dummy. But he's not forgotten. I mean, he knows boxing, doesn't it? Yeah. Yeah. I guess because he's just a I think I think it's my because he's just such an old school guy because he has to in order when he goes to nearly coal his son. He has to get at his little address book out of his pocket. And then dial on a you think about it think about it like econ just text somebody will get on Feis, Tom. He's not that kind of grandpa. Yeah. That's true. He's an old school grandpa. Yeah. Which is why I think the must come appoint even for trainers where he's methods are not good because now we'll precision and why you meals in monitoring hot writes, it was just like punch a hole in the desert. Yeah. Right motor thoughts about the techniques of boxing. As was watching that like there's a bit way. He's got he's got whites attached to his head lifting bad when I'm like if that builds muscles Indian neck doesn't that make it harder to turn your neck Batman? Yes. So how do you do you have to compensate for that with different exercises? Like, the it's. It seems very complicated. And it goes a long way to explain why I'm not the heavyweight champion of the world. Yeah. It'd be doing your neck. Why hasn't been quiet? Yeah. I'd like Bailey lift my own head. I liked the contrast doing that. And what he's first writing. Yeah. Trying to serve Bradley initially. Yeah. Run like, you would try you wouldn't try and that wife of that. I don't know anything about boxing, you do next with the palace of a dead drunk. Just the way that he fought a guy that size with that rage yet on a big guy. I mean, they say these six four, but I think it's like five nine and whatever. Yeah. That's just the Russians or enormous like dolph Lundgren's toll than than Rossi Eisley. And. Yeah, that's true. The great Russian saw. Yeah. But Sean down on this. But I like because also don't know. I was just thinking about that. Like win win boxes. Get into a grapple is that is that because that happens a lot. But is that legal or what is your lead to? Yeah. What about like, let's say somebody..
"vintimille" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast
"Jeez. Bigness day. We'll get to that playing his son Victor Drago and meal. Vintimille also returning as Rocky's, send Robert bridge and bridge e deal Senate, amazing cameos, we'll be as Mila drag. Oh, his wife before we move on rugs. Eighty let me ask you this bridge Nelson. This how old do you think she is from the way she's seventy she's fifty five years old? Oh. Fun. Click. Kurt name. She's born in nineteen sixty three fifty five years old. I'm only shit. So she must have been like nineteen in fucking rocky four or some shit. Oh, she wasn't. She's housi- fifty five. Twenties early twenties. So right. Isn't that crazy? She's hit the one thing that can't be right? I I'm shocked. I double check this. I was like there's no way. She's fucking fifty five years old twenty two shoes. Twenty two twenty one to man anyway, rocky four eighty five. So that's like there's no way that forty years ago, not forty years ago, thirty thirty three. All right. That's that'd be fifty five. Yeah. Yeah. Right. Isn't that? Crazy. She does forty-two. She's look like that though for a while. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I think she was like a model. So you're modeling career when he started like sixteen so fucking career. She she was on the surreal life dating fucking flavor. Flav remember that she was crazy on that show. That's where that's yes. She was a fucking nut job on that show. Unbelievable. How much aged? I just I I'm sorry skin. Looks beat by could not believe. Fifty five year old women that are way. I mean, even Diane lane. It was like still looks better than Brazil lane. What the fuck what's the girls in the end, the Spiderman aunt, oh, mercy me, Mercer Tomi? What does she? What may from shield their you know, we talked about fifty fifty three years. Oh my God. That's how you should look at fifty five or fifty fifty. I don't know how you're supposed to like GPO. She looks older anyways back to create the movie that Enron. You look seventy two I do look like, I'm eighty four. Six. Thirty five years old smoking a lot creed through crai- to rocky eight whatever you wanna call it. Also, I love that the first rocky movie came out the year. I was born. I'm the same age as rocky. Let's get your opening thoughts. Fellas Anthony, and you're your big rocky fan for fifty it only took us what three and a half years to talk about a fucking sports movie. John. Yeah. It's kind of like a superhero thing, but tells what you feeling after this movie ended. Big rocky fan hockey is every rocky film. I enjoy even like four and five which are considered to or the worst. Yeah. I love those movies all big part of my childhood, definitely all the fields watching those movies. Every time I watched those films. I was like as a kid pan. I wanna become a box. Yeah. Wannabe rocky that he was you'll like one of my heroes when creed came out. I was like, man. I don't really know if I wanna see a creed movie and create did what it did it surprise. Everybody was fantastic film, then decree to announce that and they're like we're doing there's two things right away. I'm like, okay. Three things. They're making a sequel. Fuck. Yeah. That's stupid create how you're gonna top creed. Secondly, oh, fuck coolers out. Third thing over we're going to do I've in-drug os, son creeds Apollo creed. Son in in in this fight. And it's like, okay, rocky four is the most cartoony fill of all all the rocky films and your tackling the storyline that like is just is just like pure partout as pure up over the time the bring back the whole versus Russia. This is way too gimmicky this film. I'm worried about this. And I got to say after coming to like they fucking nailed it. I don't think it's better than cream. But it is in my opinion, this style done, right. It hits all the right? Tones at tackles, a really gimmicky subject matter and actually weaves it into a storyline that can be played up seriously. And like hits notes that you wouldn't expect like dry goes stuff was fucking awesome..
"vintimille" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode
"The razor. You gotta keep buying the blades. Apple service team had me so enthralled that I didn't pay much attention to the new phone where the new watch the these intros yesterday, especially since I just got new ones over the summer. But when I look at the new iphone features like the amazing camera so much for my Sony, the dual phone lines and absolute must if you travel overseas and I do the incredible screens mixed, very excited. And yes, we got some waterproofing, but let's face it. It's hard to live with allied class, however, the real breakthrough, the real breakthrough what they've done with the watch. I've always wanted a smart watch it acts as real time health kit. The monitors, your heart rate, FDA approved electrocardiogram the atrial fibrillation up called eighth to monitor and even emergency warning system should fall apples. Finally given to us all watch. Look, I love all the features of my current watch, but as we get older, these health monitors become the Cecil and for the elderly, elderly parents or grandparents, you're not being foolish. If you don't get one of these devices. That was, we just saw yesterday. I think we should get a break on our health insurance premiums. If wear the new apple watch, I think you're cardiologists will insist on getting my generation's getting older. And once you reach a certain age is crazy not have a device with emergency assistance capabilities, especially once they kick in. If you're unresponsive when my late father got older, we got him one of those gizmos that was supposed to help them what people know of something's wrong. It's almost useless because if your parents falls, they're probably going to be falling right next to the device. So let me put it this way as exciting as the new iphone features are. I think you're being downright negligent if you don't get the new apple watch. And here's the big kicker. If you get the watch, you're going to get the phone. That's the way it works. Consider the watch as the gateway drug to. Whole apple ecosystem revolutionary, not evolutionary just what the doctor or now let's go back to the coal concept of innovation because it is incredibly important when you're trying to pick stocks right when I was a hedge fund manager, the best idea ever had the best move I ever caught was when Intel Jude is not the two eighty six chip the first big game changer, but the three eighty six forty six and audibly opinion. Now I mentioned Incheon ration-. Why. Because they were all pretty revolutionary, and I bought sock Vintimille ahead of each one. I stayed long, the stock for the whole run. It was clear cut innovation. I felt the same way about Microsoft Windows, just tipping better and better. So I held that stock as into muck self, contained innovate, their stocks, continue make your killing. And that's a critical lesson. Why will alphabets total innovator? I have no doubt that it's way most self driving car technology will continue the tradition of searching YouTube, Amazon's constant innovative. Remember when it was just a bookseller, hey, how about Netflix was went from being DVD company that had no idea what I liked to streaming video company. That knows exactly what I want before. I know it. What are they all? Well, they're tremendous stocks with the exception of Intel. Why? What happened? It stopped innovating. It's now overtaken by Invidia and even am d. are rescue mutt part pit. Bull part who knows what is named Invidia. You know what? I just renamed are puggle AMD and now. Interest AMD, but only when I starve them and then offer him a treat. He's learning..
"vintimille" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The Howard county. Jail has gotten more crowded recently. No showers on radar it's clear in. Central Indiana butts you could be seeing. Some showers today mostly cloudy and eighty, the high. Afternoon I'm c. j. Miller for. The singer financial group here's what's trending at six thirty one. Fifty people busted in Kokomo part of recent drug rates captain Tonga cockerel says they've already taken down the ringleader of that drug operation and what led to this investigation was at the same time as the DA and the drug. Task force for investigating the Reggie Ballantyne drug trafficking organization they were conducting a buys here in, Howard county, investigators, in Howard county say they found cocaine Vintimille meth marijuana and heroin as well as a sniper rifle and two semi automatic rifles as part of those drug. Raids road rage leading to shots fired in someone hurt I m PD says that was last. Night near tenth and Tibbs on the city's west side one man Was shot he's. In the hospital in critical condition. Now officers are looking for the driver. Of a black Chevy Impala greater attention. To cybersecurity is a promise from vice President Mike. Pence in the face of these. Threats the American people demand and deserve the strongest possible defense. And we will give it to the pen speaking yesterday in New York City saying the US inherited a cybersecurity crisis and that the Obama administration had ignored the issue and a flags journey from Indiana to Kentucky and back to. Indiana started with army veteran Samuel Stewart died in two thousand four and his memorial flag was, put into, storage, when his family had to let their storage unit go that flag ended up at a flea market in Bardstown Kentucky where Katie Mark's bought it for just. Forty five bucks and she tracked down the family we'll say Facebook has been an excellent way. For us To kind of truck people down she says she. Plans to drive the three hours to Petersburg.
"vintimille" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Say something about the fit because the next point win you have a place like baltimore where you go from twelve deaths to over five hundred it's clear that yeah into is a problem there because people are not seeking sentinel opioid users don't typically seek vintimille for pleasure because they are better opiates like heroin is is a lot better opioid fit bill if you're doing it recreationally now again this is such an easy fix you can simply make sure that people they do this in spain for example i'm working with a group in spain where a recreational drug users submit thirty milligrams of some drug that they have but this is just a small sample and within hours they can have the chemical analysis of what's in that sample so if vintimille is there then they don't take it really simple and then that life is not put at risk really simple so if americans were really concerned about saving people's lives when we have the data as lena has nicely pointed out do something about it that's rational that other countries have also already done into the reason that they wouldn't take it if it had in it is why because they may be afraid that the dose is too potent and they might run the risk of respiratory depression overdosing or if they do take it they don't take it in the same amount that they would take heroin and so that way they live to live they lived another day so if opioid deaths are opioid related deaths right to some degree they're related are real yes what do you think is the biggest driver of those deaths or even the use of it in the first place it's not dr prescription all of that initially right leading to the use of heroin yes why would people use what is the biggest driver in your view of why people would use it what do people use alcohol this audience will know people use alcohol in order to relax you have painful people in your life let's think about what opioids do up yours they're excellent of heroin included excellent pain relievers physical emotional pain they produce you for you decrease anxiety really good at inducing some types of sleep they do a number of positive things and so people who use opioids are in often often in many cases are making rational choices but many of us in america act as if they're behaving irrationally it would be like saying people who use alcohol or in california's smoke marijuana are behaving irrationally and so once we realized that it's a rational choice that people are making how in the hell do we make it more safe for the people who make that choice so one of the things that you said is purity tests drug purity tests another is lena when making the lock zone available more available talk a little bit about what was behind your decision to basically put together put out a policy that was essentially a blanket prescription that the locks on had to be available to anyone who essentially asked for it so this is the basic principle in public health harm reduction we are not promoting drug use but we are saying if you know ultimately you need to get into treatment if addiction is a disease you have to get into treatment but if you're dead there's no point in treatment maybe we have to save your life today in order for there to be any chance for a better tomorrow in the er i've given a lock zone or narcan the opioid antidote hundreds of times someone who is overdosing right now they'll stop reading and within minutes their brain will stop functioning their hartwall stop beating and they'll be dead if i gave them the long stone delpy walking and talking within thirty seconds to a minute there are very few antidotes available in modern medicine and lock zone is one of those antidotes it's also by the.
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"After the super bowl show guy from the orphan theater downtown minneapolis no j t will show up while he has yet but the cast is coming neil ventimiglia leila vintimille yes mandy more sterling brown chrissy mats and justin hartley there why are they are coming because they're all getting a super bowl ticket that's relies on bonds are also doing a special super bowl ad with state farm so they've got a lot of things that are happening with them obviously the nbc is after glory the yeah right thanks lori that would be a big treat to people who are going to be there and tickets left i don't know neil just him we know more about our ember they win on sale last week into summer and we weren't watching it that yeah so i don't i don't even know i doubt it but it's entirely there was sale yeah dwayne the rock johnson leader of the jimmy fallon all those tickets were free because it's tv show okay and now that all gone bust like that ghana so those people get the extra bonus of having others this this is ask has snow j t the rock is coming hamas daughter being the first golden globe amassador's ju i thought you do the job he ends of her suddenly led the have missed golden or mr golden they gave him a new title and let him speak right that's never happened rate tell their ambassadors his she looked lovely with her arm movement kinda like a flight attendant over here over there over here are the burki binder bridge if you were starting to see construction happening downtown minneapolis the burki binder bridge that is going to go over nikolic mall on ninth street a ski racing bridge for crosscountry skiing and other things it came to tom today so they're studying constructed lead actually came from cable wisconsin they sent a ladder of pieces that have been built somewhere at are going to go over some would have been working on it yet i think there is an actual i don't know a lorry i thought i give this embassy the entry to highs that are alleged that they build as part of the course okay you're right laura the american burki diner bridge from hayward wisconsin your right is going to be set up in downtown minneapolis the two hundred foot temporary bridges julie set up over how.
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"Western conservative dot org that's western conservative thought orgy the maker of the iphone admits what many users have suspected for a while your's usa's chris barnes the company confirming that older models do get slow with age and the slowdowns are a deliberate effort to keep the older thrones running longer as the battery wears downing the apple statement says lithium ion batteries have a low charge as they get older which does j can result in the device unexpectedly shutting down and when it does add its trying to protect its electronic components for usa radio news i'm chris barnes an epidemic of drug overdoses has lowered the life expectancy in the us correspondent mark mayfield has the grim statistics the national center for health statistics as you as life expectancy has slipped from seventy eight point seven years the seventy eight point six years meanwhile the drug overdose death rate rose by twenty one percent over sixty three thousand people died of drug overdoses in 2016 with many of those deaths from synthetic opioids like vintimille it's a second year in a row that life spans have declined in the us the federal researchers say life expectancy hasn't fallen to years in a row since the early 1960s report as it men were far more likely to die from drug overdoses than women male life expectancy in the us role at seventy six point one years while female life expectancy state steadied eighty one point one years recapping our top story the senate is following the houses lead in passing a shortterm spending bill to avoid a government shutdown final vote count with sixty six thirty two the bill now heads to president trump's desk and he is expected to sign it i'm ron taylor.
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"It is nominated for best drama series best actor mierlo vintimille yet best actor sterling k browne best supporting actress chrissy mats best supporting actor unsafest jones five emi nominations will this is us wind more or less than three emmys less what happens if these first year shows is they get a lot of nominations but not a lot of wins i'll go less over when it now i agree with john less i actually think it's going to be over in you know what it is it's the last stand of network television if you work in traditional network television this is where you put all your way look abc nbc cbs fact we can do a really good show i think the traditional network people are going to vote for this is sales in town hall bear hosting this year a ozoda unannounced gap innings on cbs all right a alexi lalas the former team usa soccer player is now an analyst for fox sports the other day lalas was highly critical of the current team usa saying this quote are you going to continue to be a bunch of soft underperforming tattooed millionaires you are a soccer generation that has been given everything you are a soccer generation is on the verge of squandering everything so now it's time to pay back make us believe again you don't owe it to yourselves you owe it to us and quote here's my question why did he mentioned tattoo yeah i thought i was singer yeah you know it's like suggesting if you have a tattoo you care less than if you don't.
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"I went to report this election is how refugees are sometimes treated in cross the border police try to keep everyone out and then the people who do get in our intruded well as i was watching this i tried to make a border between the citizen i was and the journalist i was but after a you know the border is so is melting seeing all these people fleeing for their lives made it hard stand by simply document what was happening roughly yell was supposed to be a neutral journalists but it seemed like a cop these people needed help raphael list thousands of miles away from us but story kadar tension early this year because it reminded us of what's happened here with the battle over immigration policy we first aired the story weeks after president trump took office and announced he wanted to ban travelers from several largely muslim countries that led to legal challenges in the supreme court recently announced it would allow part of the beds take effect until it reveals trump's play americans are really split on immigration issues and so as turns out of the french so let's pick up the story a couple months later in october two thousand fifteen would raphael takes a reporting trip to italy just across the border from france lots of refugees reach italy by boat people from the middle east in african countries like sudan and eritrea but they don't one stay in italy is the work and conditions of bad for refugees so many of them go to this one train station in vintimille italy to try and sneak across into france i was at ventimiglia train station the train station of this border town in italy where all refugees gatherer trying to go to frogs and they all gather of the train station because most of them tried to gujral fronts by taking the train raphael tses hundreds of refugees waiting some of them sleep here the transition of pieces of cardboard surrounded by the belongs at raphael has seen a lot as a reporter he spent twenty years as war corresponding covered the iraq war the arab spring the balkans he served in the french foreign legion afghanistan but at their train station he needs to kurdish fairly from iraq and the desperation of gives worthy anat at the villa this family was so ill as the.
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"I went to report this eviction is how refugees are sometimes treated in cross border police try to keep everyone out and then the people who do get in our treaty well as i was watching this i tried to make a border between the citizen i was and the journalist i was but after awhile you know the border is so is melting seeing all these people fleeing for their lives made it hard to stand by and simply document will was happening rough yell was supposed to be a neutral journalists but it's like a compound these people needed help rothfield eldest thousands of miles away from us but his story kadar tension early this year because it reminded us of what's happened here with the battle over immigration policy we i say the story weeks after president trump took office and announced he wanted to ban travelers from several largely muslim countries that led to legal challenges in the supreme court recently announced it would allow part of the band to take effect until it reveals trump's plan americans are really split on immigration issues and so as it turns out of the french so let's pick up the story a couple months later in october two thousand fifteen when rafeal takes a reporting trip to italy just across the border from france lots of refugees reach italy by boat people from the middle east in african countries like sudan in eritrea but they don't wanna stay in italy is a work in conditions of bad for refugees so many of them go to this one train station in vintimille italy to try and sneak across into france i was at ventimiglia train station the train station of this border town in italy were all refugees gather trying to go to frogs and they all gather of the train station because most of them tried to confront by taking the train rough yeltsin's hundreds of refugees waiting some of them sleep here the transition of pieces of carb woods rounded by the belongs at raphael has seen a lot as a reporter he spent twenty years as war corresponding covered the iraq war the arab spring the balkans he served in the french foreign legion afghanistan but at the train station he meets a kurdish fairly from iraq in the desperation of gets the nod at the luckily fellow this family was so those.
"vintimille" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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