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"wasik" Discussed on AP News
"Open coat. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News I'm Ed Donahue, the Justice Department's internal watchdog, is now looking into what top Democrats call a shocking abuse of power by the Trump administration. The AP saga. Amangani has the story The department's inspector general is investigating after revelations that the Trump era Justice Department secretly seized phone records from at least two House Democrats. It's in a leaks. Probe Intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff and panel member Eric Swalwell say Apple told them last month, the department subpoena their metadata and received it three years ago as the committee investigated Trump's Russia ties subpoenaing lawmakers, private information is extraordinarily rare. The Senate's top two Democrats are demanding former Trump attorneys General Bill Barr and Jeff Sessions testify Saga or MAHOGANY. Washington A Chicago police officer is charged with breaching the U. S capitol and entering a senator's office during the January riot. Superintendent David Brown says the officer's name is Carol Cheswick, the fact that Chicago police officer has been charged in that attack on American democracy. Makes my blood boil. Makes me sick to my stomach. Prosecutors say Cheswick was among a mob of people who broke in and damage the office of Oregon Democratic Senator Jeff Merkley. She recorded the words of George Floyd teenager, Darnell A. Fraser was awarded a special citation by the Pulitzer Prizes. She pulled out her cell phone and recorded the police restraint and death last year. George Floyd in Minneapolis Group of Seven leaders brought pledges to share vaccine doses and make a fairer global economy to a seaside summit in England. The FDA is allowing the release of 10 million doses of Johnson and Johnson's coronavirus vaccine from a trouble factory in Baltimore. But material to make many more doses must be thrown out because of possible contamination. This is a P news. First lady Jill Biden visited a preschool in Britain. I met some wonderful teachers and principals and and most of all the Children who were so inspiring and so well behaved. I know I couldn't get over it. The first lady is in Britain with President Biden for the G seven summit with her was Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge. She was asked about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Newborn daughter. I wish you all the very best. I can't wait to meet her because we haven't yet. Yep, met her yet, So hopefully that will be soon. Jill Biden is a longtime English teacher who focuses on education, as does Kate, A mother of three young Children. Authorities are investigating what sparked a fire at a key substation that plunged 900,000 customers into darkness across Puerto Rico. With thousands still without power. The transformer is in a secured area monitored by cameras. I'm Ed Donahue, AP News. The teenager who pulled out her cell phone and recorded the police restraint and death of George Floyd was awarded a special citation by the Pulitzer Prizes. Darnell A. Fraser was cited for courageously recording the murder of George Floyd and highlighting the crucial role of citizens and journalists. Quest for truth and justice. Oh, shut up Children. Give me man, You're Frasier was 17 when she recorded Floyd's death in May of last year at the hands of Minneapolis police and later posted it on Facebook. She testified at the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin about what she saw terrifying, scared Bacon prison. The Star Tribune of Minneapolis won a Pulitzer Prize for breaking news for its coverage of George Floyd's death. I'm Ed Donahue. I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute. The Justice Department wants an internal probe of revelations. The Trump Administration seized phone data from House Democrats. House Intelligence Committee members Adam Schiff and Eric Swalwell have been told the Trump era Justice Department sees the data as part of an aggressive crackdown on leaks. While the department routinely investigates leaks opening such a probe into lawmakers is extraordinarily rare. Senior Justice Department official tells the AP Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco is asking the department's watchdog to investigate. That comes after the Senate's top Democrats demanded Trump attorneys General Bill Barr and Jeff Sessions testify about the seizures saga or Megane. Washington A Chicago police officer has been charged with breaching the U. S Capitol and entering a senator's office during the January riot. Prosecutors alleged Carolco Wasik is among our mob of people who broken and damaged the office of Oregon Democrat Jeff Merkley, I'm Ed Donahue. Whether you're buying a new car or used one. It's a big investment, which is why you should choose Pennzoil Platinum. It helps extend the life of your engine and protected up to 15 years or 500,000. Miles, whichever comes first guaranteed. 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The Senate's top two Democrats are demanding former Trump attorneys General Bill Barr and Jeff Sessions testify. Saga or mahogany..
"wasik" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The way, I have just signed up for the my subscription to the free subscription to the committee to unleash prosperity. All he did was looking up, You sign up you hit to sign up on Then you confirm on your email on and I'm looking forward to receiving my notice every day information every day, and it may leave me not only to Better and more information on our economy. But it also may help me in all honesty, Uh, decide Find some some story ideas for for you, my my audience, So it's all good. Let's go to the phones. We talked with Steve Moore economist Extraordinary wish we could have held him longer, but his time was somewhat limited. Let's go to Robin in New Hampshire, Robin next on Nightside. Thanks for calling in Robin. What's on your mind tonight? What's on my mind is full unemployment thing in my spin on it. You might call a lot of physical teacher. I worked this entire pandemic. Um and I was essential worker. But my point is, I think with the unemployment it should have been equal to what you were making or 600. Not 600. Then you're bringing home 1200. You're Taken advantage or abusing the you know, no pain, the rent thing and living the high life which I saw a lot of people. Diogo, um Just about a year ago. We did get in New Hampshire. My teach. We got an extra. I think it was $2 Sure why? But it lasted. I think for a month, and I think that what when you were saying healthcare workers, that's what we should have seen was Sort of Ah initiative bonus in New Hampshire. We can't even higher child care teachers now. Yeah, they're they're at home, getting more money. And and we can't when we have jobs. So when you know you give somebody else always got just what makes I want to make sure I understand you can't hire you said You said health care teachers? Is that what she said? Oh, no. What was the phrase you used? I work in the health care center, and we can't hire teachers like early childhood teachers. Okay, Okay, So, So So, Wasik. So you work at a health care center. And do you have kids at home? Your teacher? Nope. I'm a child care teacher who worked for a health care center. So I work with doctors. Nurses. I take care of their Children. Okay, so you you do correct me If I'm wrong? I just explain it. So I understand that. So do you work inside a medical facility and the and the doctors and nurses can bring me a little ones with them tow work, and they'll and you take care of them at work. Yes, we have a child care center, right? Oh, you know the bottom office for them, you know, so we were You know, and it was dangerous for us. Do you have people coming in and leaving and you know where they cut them? You know the amount of students which I think is still hard for parents trying to go to work because Childcare centers are not at 100% capacity. So how did it so? So I assume you're your status as a teacher? Uhm at a health care center, you know, taking care of the Children, and I assume these are kids from what age from Three the way we do six weeks, five years old who so you got really want young one? So six weeks, five years old, Okay and when, when covert hit I assume you've worked at this health care center for how long? It will be four years in August. Okay, so when, when covert hit You know, in in February in March of 2020, What sort of an impact did that have on your job? Did they closed the daycare center for a while. No, we we have stayed. We have stayed open. A lot of our parents became unemployed. So they pulled their Children. So are ours Have decreased 45 minutes on both ends, So we go in. 45 later we leave 45 earlier. I can have 15. But there's only eight kids in my room. So we trying to cut down the capacity But it was because of Let me ask again. I'm trying to understand this and I'm just trying to Get a clarification. S so you take care of the Children, the young Children of doctors and nurses and health care workers. At this facility. Why did did some of those parents have to pull their kids out? Um why did that You said some of them lost their jobs. Yes. So let me yet. So I'm in a health care facility. But we also take in limited, um, community member. Okay, so that's OK. Right. OK, so right. Okay, That's what that's why I was confused, Okay? No, I'm sorry. Yet Teachers in such you know I'm in Dover, New Hampshire, So it's kind of a big city, you know? So when the teachers had to go to zooming, you know, they really couldn't Do the whole bring their kids, You know, child care center, So we lost a lot of our staff that way. Okay, Well, I agree with you, Robin. There's certainly should be more consideration. But that's what happens in this country a lot. The person who who goes to work every day. Does his or her job. Whatever That job is, whether it's a glamorous job or an unglamorous job that they get eventually taken for granted in some in many respects, and it seems that it's always This group of that group that the politicians are trying to play to Andre. That's that's how the politicians garner votes. There's no one out there looking after the average person who's just trying to work every day do their job. Keep bread in the keep food on the table and get their kids. Ah, better life that there's no one who's speaking to those people. In my opinion you've got to be into you got to be in some sort of group. That is aggrieved or is somehow victimized by something. So I I feel your pain is Bill Clinton would say I feel your pain and and I thank you for what you do, Robin, because So many people depend upon the service. Did you provide appreciate your calls so much? Okay. Thank you. Thanks for letting me vent. All right. I'm glad you did. Good. You did. Thanks. It's good if you want event. 617254 10 30 Triple 8929 10 30. I got a bunch of open lines here. We talked with Steve Moore the again I call him the next an economist Extraordinary. I really mean that I'd love to know what your take is on what he had to say. Hey, feels that the government basically, bottom line is throw..
"wasik" Discussed on KCRW
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"wasik" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The mid Atlantic into the Carolinas and parts of the Southeast. I'm at Madison This'll is Bloomberg Intelligence with Alex Steel and Paul Sweeney on Bloomberg, Ready? Well in a prior life used to be research analyst covering the railroad and trucking industry, slags soft spot in my heart for that sector. There's a big emanate trade recently. Our next guest, Wasik, Canadian Pacific and Kansas City. Southern have most of the hallmarks for regulatory approval for their recently announced You're here to walk us through the details is Bloomberg intelligence, senior transportation analyst The class Scout Lee. This looks like a good deal to me. First of all, give me this. The strategic rationale for putting together uh Kindy, Katie Pacific and Kansas City Southern Yeah. Hi, Paul. Yeah, I think the biggest one is reach s O. The combination of the two railroads, which only touching one thought in the country they touch they combined or interchange in Kansas City, Missouri. So there's not a lot of overlap between the two networks. Combining these will actually increase the reach that each rail network would have compared to just on their own, and that increased reach would actually Provide better service for shippers on actually probably increase the overall fluid Izzy of stuff getting from Call it western Canada down to Chicago, Texas Orange and even this Mexico. Yeah, This seems like from that perspective. If you look at the map of their various railroads, it's just a great strategic fit here. Um, a big deal. $25 billion, but it's been a long time. Since we've seen a rail mergers. It's gonna get approved from a regulatory perspective. Yeah. I mean, you know, with with the assumption that Dad it's about 29 billion, and you know, we think that you know the deal does have some of the hallmarks T get approved. The surface Transportation board is the regulatory body that approves rail mergers. Had the final say on K issue with exempt in 2000 and one from a high hurdle rate for us for mergers. And so what that does. It just makes it a little easier for someone. Tolo Choir Kansas City Southern, and it was just because of its size. I mean, some might argue. Well, it's a much bigger railroad that it was in 2001. That's true. But also all the railroads are much bigger than they once were back in 2001, given the pricing, power and intermodal growth that they've been seeing over the last 20 years. So, Lito talk to us about precision railroading. What is it? And is it relevant to this transaction? Yeah, I mean, since simply put it's really managing each car. It's almost like six Sigma for the railroad industry. So it just really about like managing the throughput of each car on doing so, with the least amount of assets on and taking the asset that you have, and is getting the most out of them. In the city. I'm sorry Canadian Pacific eyes very as a very mature decision scheduled railroading story. They've been doing it for years. The CEO keep Kriel. He was one of the tenants of Hunter Harrison, who was one of the godfathers of PSR. He's been doing it a long time and, you know PDS kind of definitely pivoted towards growth because they're really operating really well right now, and they're getting some incremental benefit from the use of technology. Uh, but outside of that, you know they've done a lot of the heavy lifting, and now it's about growth, and that's really what Kansas City Southern will provide Them is a lot of growth with that cross border. Mexican US. Um Franchise that they have. And also Kansas City Southern is recently about the PSR until they're kind of an early innings. If you will on that journey on being acquired by 50 will probably help them accelerate that transformation on really helped. This new network to be a growth network. Because, like I said, CP is kind of a mature trajectory with their GSR story. So, Lee I know you cover rails, trucks, the air freight. You've got the 30,000 FT view on the entire infrastructure here in the U. S. Talk to us about as we start to open up our economy here. How is the railroad? That trucking system? Is it a good position to handle what should be a surging economy over the next several quarters? Because I have heard stories and seen stories about bottlenecks at ports and containers going back and forth the country empty. Give us a sense of where we are. Yeah, we're still their capacity is constrained pretty much against almost of transportation, You know, with with people not traveling on planes that belly capacity is no longer available for air. Afraid so air freight rates have gone up considerably. The desire for good in the United States. Eyes really increase the flow of freight through our ports. That coupled with the Corona virus, which is kind of hampered portability, Tonto unload load vessels as quickly as they possibly can. Because a lot of people that are working the port you know either can't or won't come in because they're sick because of Cove. It You have some, like in a work shortages and that's kind of coming up the systems. If you will, then you also have, you know, limited truck availability. So once these containers are on loaded onto a train those go across the country a truck at the finally deliver them. And that market has been also constrained, given the fact that you think about it Would do to the pandemic. A lot of the driving schools were closed, so you're not getting that new fresh blood into the industry. It's an industry with extremely high turnover, because The majority of people kind of leave the industry after the first year on so there, you need to kind of refresh those folks with new drivers coming in and out of the industry. Capacities really tight across the board..
"wasik" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"I've seen firsthand the fact that the political parties, the politicians and the lobbyist control the paradigm. We need to shift control the paradigm back to the people. We need to make this a government of the people by the people for the people. I'm the only candidate running for governor who isn't going there to make a party stronger or to make himself stronger. To make our state and her people stronger and I look forward to doing that. And that's sama can from a couple years ago when he ran for governor, he's the next state senator, One time challenger to then Governor Ragnar And the feds indicted him yesterday. Grand grand jury indicted him. Ah Ever when he ran. I remember he ran and he received an endorsement from the operating Engineers Union local 1 50. It was actually a joint endorsement for him and Pritzker and a lot of people at that time. Thought that the support from the union was just a way to steer votes away from around her anyway. This indictment alleges alleges Innocent till proven guilty alleges that sama can lied. Who is political backers amid the years long scheme dating back to May of 2015 Allegedly used more than $660,000 in campaign money to help pay for a 2017 Ford expedition that was in April of 2017. Also to help pay for a 2018 Ford F 2 50 pickup truck in July of 2018. This is all in the 18 page indictment. He also allegedly used campaign funds to cover loan payments. As well as for fuel and insurance. The feds say McCann spent 62,000 and campaign funds as the renter. Then, after the rental business kept a commission of almost 10,000. They said it sent 52,000 back to the personal checking account of McCann as the owner. It's complicated. He allegedly reimbursed his campaign accounts only 18,000. Cans. Campaign money also allegedly went towards a family vacation in Colorado, as well as charges to iTunes. Amazon Cabela's Gun store and the skeet and Trap club. All according to the Indictment. Couple of interesting parts, or I remember from the debate couple interesting moments during the debate between him and rounder, and I guess Pritzker must have been there as well. This is during the general election. Do you know how much you spend for a haircut? Senator McCain will you pay for her? Come Typically pay $11 for the haircut at Salinger's barbershop in Carletonville, Illinois, and I usually give him a 2 to $3 hip. And if you're an astute stood up observer of Illinois politics, you remember that Ragnar was trying to paint him constantly has just a Poppet by put forth by um Speaker Madigan, then speaker Mike Madigan, and it led to this fiery exchange. He was put on the ballot by Mike Madigan's attorney here alive. You've been lying to the people of Illinois from the very beginning. Instead, you're a real social agenda and all you've been able to accomplish. Mr makes most progressive liberal. Governor of the state of Illinois has ever had. You're a liar and a thief can are you getting paid on a per interruption basis by mad again on a lump sum right coming up next. Our next guest says, I thought the dark Web And the Dark Web one. It's Ah, horrifying tale. I hope you don't find yourself in this position. John Wasik joins us next. His latest book is Lincoln. Ah mix and he's a terrific writer contributed to real clear investigations. You need to hear this story. How to Protect your identity Channel. Join us next about 5 35. Someone like over 19 testing sites.
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"wasik" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Because you'll never take back our country with weakness. You have to show strength and you have to be strong. Up. Some people interpreted that differently. Wait, excuse. Say, Tony. Well, yeah, well, now, now, Sean Spicer confirmed at 7 P.m. Eastern, that there were 35 people arrested. They were all antifa members. None will. Patriots no more Trump supporters. Trump. Let me tell you something. People of New England. I don't wear well, Tony Wasik, you're telling me That, um, the people who were arrested We're identity identified themselves as in taking up with Sean Spicer was identified on Newsmax television now. Well, like I could only tell you this, I could only tell you this if if that is true Um, well, we'll find out by tomorrow. If that is true, I can tell you this. You know, the guy that that stood at the Senate who had the kind of the headdress on with the horns. You know the guy. I'm talking about some dude from Arizona. But what? He was just walking around. He wasn't threatening anybody. I don't know. I wasn't in the building. I was just there. I didn't kill someone had said Last night that he would have been it and antifa member He was one. I don't know what he was how he was, You know it, wasn't he? He was a member of the He's the Q Shaman Offiah Q Q and on doctor lawyer Indian chief. He didn't hurt anybody. Look, people it through all that chemicals that the cops. Those were anti for that, By the way, the Senate and the House members were policed in the morning that Antifa people were blended in with the Trump supporters. They were already briefed on it in the morning. That's all verifiable, talkto Congressman Books of Alabama. He did an interview yesterday. Okay, well, Tony, let's give me a lot of information. I wish you had called earlier because we could we could go longer people of the matter in New England. Trump's supporters that 60 days the riot trump supporters are not writers. You don't ever see people at BLM places with the cops wherein Trump in the streets. Let's go to Bill in South Boston. Hey, bill next time, they said, Go ahead, Bill. It was a good show tonight. Thank you. Question for him. Uh, this is going back to the capital like back security didn't force and its national stunned the capital and killed a god of Congressman. Couple. Congressman believe wanted to a couple a couple more got shot. That was 1954. I believe. Okay, so and they still haven't come up the security this stop something like this to happen. Another thing them. Well, the Capitals a lot tighter. Now A Z young reporter, you go to the capital kind of walked through the door. Now, this mag nominees and all of that, so it's a little the security's gonna end the trigger to get tight. It will get better Bill. Yeah, In a little while. Another thing they had no tactical team on standby prior to this. No, obviously don't I mean, they didn't bring up. You okay? Yeah, I was. I think they were they were caught unawares on band should not happen again. Well, I appreciate your call. If you call early, I give you much more time. Yeah, I hear it again. Thanks for her to have a great night gigs in Weymouth. Gig's gonna be quick for me. We're running out of time. Go ahead. Gigs. Yeah, I just wanted to save you know, after by the name of Cheryl Chumley, she wrote a book called Socialism Won't wait on all security Socialism Don't sleep. Anyway. She was making a speech at the rally yesterday, she said everything all the maggot people pretty quiet and, you know, just walking around like pushing the Kids and carriages. When all of a sudden bosses pulled up and these guys carry in the southern flag and then Nazi flags came running up to the building with what looked like you know, axes and Billy clubs and was smashing the windows and taunting the police. And, uh, when the when the Maga people Came in behind them when they got inside the building under the Good lighting. They could see. A lot of them had the hammer and sickle tattoos arm. You know, I haven't sounds like world on eggs. I haven't seen that. Do me a favor sent me some materials. We could. We could talk about that tomorrow. That's that's the first I've heard of that. So, Yeah, Her name is Cheryl Chumley. You might want to get him on your show. Do you have no idea who she is Trying to find an episode of No way out with Kevin classes. They gotta get trump out of there. Before he looks at those the menu machines and prove themselves to be telling the truth said. He said two months I got two months hasn't done it yet. We can't let you go. I'm sorry. I gotta let you go Calculator. Let's go to Cannes and having Tim Can you got to be quick for me? Good can No, hey, do out to be a fair idea, and I'll call you tomorrow night. All right tomorrow. I know you. I know you sure it's just we have literally just a couple of minutes left call tomorrow night. You will let you through doing tonight. Thank you. We're gonna finish it up. I think with Mary and Stone him. Hey, Mary. Welcome and marry in stone. And I should say redhead, Mary E don't want tea. You asked about her myself. First thing I thought We're in the peace Corps of they really respected us. Bang. This was happening. Mary, Mother of God, I felt start to cry. This is my country and any more that you speak to it escalate for him to say that's get busy. Busy doing what? Knitting. I mean, I am appalled a mad And I didn't tell you. I'm gonna tell you anyway, watching getting a cup of coffee. I said I wouldn't that just spit in his eye, So I'm Irish. Forgive me. Terrific show tonight. I start to cry, You know? Where did you Where did you serve in the piece? Where did you serve in the Peace Corps, Mary. Well, I'd better tell you you're gonna laugh. I was in D. C doing racket. My best girlfriend was in Africa. And she said, they treat us and you just do what you had a pride and it was like I don't feel like a movie star because we were regulation people so polite. You have to do anything but cry. All right, Mary would. Well, if everything's gonna be okay, Don't worry. We're strong country. Well, well, we've survived worse. And you said it. I believe it. Thank you so much. Thank you, Mary. Talk to survive, my dear. Good night. We're done for the night eyes. A wild night here a night side. I think we're gonna have many wild nights in the next few weeks. Feel free to tell your friends about this show? Have any? Of course. Your point of view is always welcome. All points of your welcome. We had some tough calls tonight, but I think it was interesting. Rob Brooks. Thank you very much. Want to thank Nancy and want to thank Marina, the producers of the show. I'll be back tomorrow night. 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"wasik" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"But in any case, this virus is different enough from the other ones that are normal Host defense's Don't work. So, um, And then the other thing is, as I was talking about this inflammatory stays. We don't quite understand why a significant minority of people get so sick that your host You know, normal what a good immune system goes wrong and overreact to the point where you could develop, you know, bad failure of your lung failure. You know, it can attack your heart. You can develop kidney failure. What it is about this virus. That leads so many people to get so so sick is the part that we don't quite understand, But clearly it's something that our body doesn't know how to cope with. Um and then the second part about it. Is that we're now realizing that there are substantial number of people who have very few symptoms or carry the virus without any symptoms. They're still effective. No. You know things like the flu. Ah, lot of people get their symptoms, so they know they're sick and they could go, you know, stay at home and not wander around. But this virus it can take make people Wasik and you know, obviously lead to a huge number of deaths that we've had. But then there's also Some people that are wandering around and look fine and are giving it to people who have Medical conditions and they don't know it. And so that's the other problem is there's such a wide spectrum of disease so that it could be passed on to people for too easily And I think one point that you made a moment ago. Just the fact that this is new, and there's a lot of things that you don't know and we're still learning, and I think it's difficulty. People are impatient. We want to know and it's just not how it works. With the new infectious disease like this, it's going to take time to fully understand how it operates in all of that, But we've certainly seen some massive breakthroughs recently, including with covert 19 vaccines, and Tampa General Hospital is going to be among the first hospitals with The Kobe vaccine, and I'm talking to Dr Kami Kim, infectious disease specialist with Tampa General Hospital and us have helped more sunny College of medicine division director for infectious diseases and international medicine and on the vaccine front. What can you tell us about these vaccines and how Tampa General Hospital's gonna fit in into the process of distributing them to people who are vulnerable and then the broader public? Well, I mean, I say so Askew. No chance. Sample general is a local leader. And because the government knew that we would have to have sort of hub of the vaccine, distribution and storage and stuff like that camp. A general was identified as one of the place is that You know, the government trusted to do all of that Just because of our prior successes. Um and then now what we're gonna have to try to figure out is this depends on how much is available and the rate it's available. Of how to get it to everybody as quick as possible. Um, and that's a little bit unknown. Yet as far as how many doses we're going to get and what the timeline is. But you know, people have been planning for a long time. I think You know, we're gonna try to roll it out as quickly as possible. Right now. There's a plan that it's pretty aligned with the CDC plan where health care workers You know, and people who work in the hospital and Um, especially one who might be working in the hospital, but also have conditions that might make the more vulnerable to cope. But they're gonna be the first ones that are vaccinated. And then all the people that You know, are important for us living our lives, You know Essential workers, first responders, other health care workers, teacher things like that. We're gonna You know, it's sort of Depends on a lot of organization and a lot of information that we don't quite have. Yet as far as hammy doses and when they're going to come, But you know, this is one of the reasons that camp agenda on USS have been very successful. USF obviously has a huge role in our community. We all work very closely with the Department of Health. As more information is available. We're going toe stand out, our networks took to make sure that The vaccine is distributed fairly and as quickly as possible to all the people who need it. There's there's a lot of stuff we don't quite know yet, but we're very excited about having that opportunity. The other thing, though, that I think people need to understand is That, you know to get enough people vaccinated were you know, Tampa Bay Area has almost four million people and people are thinking that you probably need 70% of people to be immunized. Which means that you know you're close to three million people They were going to have to be immunized. It takes a long while to get all of them in the night. We're going to do it. It's active that we can, but I think people No need to sort of remember that all these social distancing the math, being very careful is really, really important to do Intelligent world the vaccine out. I mean, I'm sick of covert. You're sick of covert. All of us are really sick of it. And but I think now is not the time to let our guard down until we can figure out how to get everybody, um, vaccinated and protected and then can wander around, hopefully, like we did before. Um safely. Well, you're 100% right now is not.
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"You make sure it's the insurance company. Uh, And if someone wrote you a letter, is there a name on the letter? I'm not looking at it, but it said Transamerica Corporation. Okay, well, that's a legitimate company. Obviously, that's a legitimate insurance company. But you have to look at that letter. On and see if someone's name is on there. Uh and you make a phone call, and you go. Hi. Can I speak to, uh on and they're not gonna be menu there could have a receptionist. You get a call, You could send an e mail. You have to ascertain that it's legitimate. That's for starters. By the way, there's nothing wrong with sending of sort of my copy of the birth certificate under any circumstances, it's a public document. Okay? Yeah. You pulling. You literally pull it from the clerk's office. You pull it dies it the recorder's office. I think Headquarters office has it. It is a public document. Just look it up. And then you ask for a certified copy, and the charge is six bucks or eight bucks or whatever you go to the county clerk's office and pull it there. You walk up to the counter, although I don't know during Kobe days if you could do that or not, but it can be easily done and if it's Transamerica Corporation And it is legitimate and they want a copy of that death certificate. Hell, yes, you send it to her to send it to them. Of course. Yeah. Okay, so That's it. Nothing more, nothing less. Jenny. Hi, Jenny. Go ahead. You're up. Hi, Bill. Yes, ma'am. Yeah. So my dad passed away two weeks ago, and he left the house under my knee, and but he remarried. He has a wife. She married in 2000 and seven back in the Philippines and between here in the states in 2000 mine, and so she thinks She has entitlement of the house because it's community property. So Wasik, right, hang on a minute of your and sure it's a little difficult to hear you. Hey, guys, hey, has a house right? And she thinks it's community property. Well, whose name is the house who's holding title? It's my dad. Okay? If your dad says her name is not on it now, is there a will Yes. Okay. And the will stipulates that what you get the house? Right, Okay, And she is saying that it's community property, and therefore she gets it or gets half of it. Correct because there's something that still getting the house. All right? Okay. Sarah knows. And how did you hear this from her? Was it a lot? A lawyer sent you a letter. Or did she call you and tell you this? Um She's been calling my dad a lawyer. I want to give the bill. Okay. All right, Aunt have you contacted if you talk to your dad's lawyer? Yes. Okay. And what is it, and the lawyer has said what From what she was telling my dad's friends that she wanted to sell the half. Okay, Good. Okay, So, uh, have you seen the one of the two bar at movies? Okay. And if you have, even if you hadn't you call her up and go. That's nice, because that's it. Oh, yeah, that's all it is. That's nice that she wants half the house. Terrific. Hey, I got news for you. I want half the house. What do you think of that? Well, G bill, You really don't deserve half the house legally at all right? Well, Yeah, I don't That's nice. I wouldn't worry about. Yeah, Say hell she wants That was that was a horrible impression of border, wasn't it? I mean, just truly God, awful. I should not do impressions. I know it's not. It's absolutely horrible. Uh, Mary. Hello, Mary. Yes? Okay. I go to a small church in Long Beach. I'm actually the board president..
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"Pepe's mail's getting sent back to me, but they sold me a Pepe Silvia with pretty good stuff. Did Ethan We appreciate the time today man at Sherwood straps on Twitter. Makes you give my follow and we'll touch base with you after the draft, man. Thanks a lot. Of course. Thanks for having great stuff from Ethan strategy. I loved you in the Charlie Day Talk. I imagine that every general manager in basketball, I saw that last week that there was a headline that said, remember who was maybe Timberwolves er, and it might have been the Miami heat have put together a package. For ya. Honest antenna equipo from the Bucks. Dude, Every team has put together a package. You've got to be monitoring everything The bucks do now or say that they're interested in you get a sort of shoot a flare gun out there to see if maybe they're intrigued by your offer. They're also going to see what's gonna happen with ya honest if he decides to leave, but I sort of like that. That that tear that he put the Warriors in the jealousy tier where it's them. It's the Lakers and it's the heat, and I think he's right. I think the Clippers could reach there. I think the rockets could be up. There is just a matter of what happens over the next season or so. So anyway. On the other side, we'll get back into baseball and some football. We're gonna talk about these rookies of the year drama going down with the Chicago White Sox and Tony LaRussa already plenty more coming up. It's a Tuesday morning KNBR one of 45 and 6 80. You're listening to the sports leader. Leadoff spot with Adam Copeland on KNBR, 1045 and 6 80 Mean Sports Later. Good morning, everybody. Thank you for listening to KNBR in the leadoff spot. Adam Copen here talking about my friends at for Long vision correction down in San Jose, I got my Wasik vision correction with Dr Michael for along at the end of July, And as I've been telling you guys for months, it has been life and lifestyle changes. I was thinking about it again last night sitting on my couch watching Sachin. We're looking at previews on Netflix. The little bio that goes underneath the title of whatever the show is. Sounds like something small it because it is small. It's small font used to not be able to read that from sitting on the couch. And if I did it because I was wearing glasses or contacts, Ditchley contacts dicks the glasses and.
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"Like the shark clings to the sea like you'll never get rid of your shadow. Frank, you man again. Riddle me let all the other just fight And whatever happens way we've got We were closer than pages. That's my players of Brooke. Strong wherever you find and you just closer than a miser of blood. How's Alyse me? We're closer than smog landed planes to JFK. So I can bust this team into Wasik together like glue on the way it's asleep in time way. To swing swing to this guy. Don't wanna surprise they Ding ding Happy New year. Another Repeat what I said at the start of break up. Where Before we get there. We'll make down law will make all the late spots and then a few bar we wind up with Jilly's right. Sure, Life is way. Hey, Frank. What is it, Sam? Would you do me a favor? Will you want now? Would you mind just taking it one more time from the top? No. From the ending wonderful. We're dropping. Danny is a little too but wind up chili's whatever way. Someday when I'm a freeloader when the world is cold. I will feel a glow just and the way you look too nice. Yes, Your love lead with your smile so long and your cheeks so soft. There is nothing for me. And the way you look do with words Your tender grow. Karen, my fear and love. Frank, you're no touches my foolish heart. Love Never change. Keep that breathless charm, won't you please arrange it? Just the way you look tonight. On that wriggle your no. You can touch my lovely Don't you change that breathless job? Won't you please arrange it? Cause I just way you look To night just so Next is French Foreign Legion,.
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"I mean, my goodness said I don't know if there's a defense out there playing better in their defense. I agree. 100%. Does anybody have my Cleveland? Uh, comments from like a couple of years ago? Way don't have no heat up forming you made from every every year. Brown Brown Brown leaves. I feel so bad for him. They're so excited like the Steelers and we're winning team like we've We've got a change. Yeah. No, that was ugly. And me. That wasn't. Uh, I think I think what you're referring to Brent is there's this were fired up because we're playing a legitimate National Football League team, not to Cleveland Brown Brown one in Pittsburgh since 2003. That was the easiest bet of the day, man. And the Steelers Steelers have discovered this Notre Dame receiver who they can utilize any different way they want, and they're scoring 30 game and their defense is nasty. They just lost the linebacker for the second year. Linebacker Bush. Bush is done here, but they've given up 18 a game in their scoring 30 game, so they look pretty good. Yeah, You look pretty darn good. And you know, Rogers burgers been able to spread around and chase Claypool's the real deal. I washed out Notre Dame, um, and was shocked. And stunned that he wasn't picked in the first right away. And the top What? What pickles you want early second went after a uke. Right right around there of late was he was early second like that Look. Player. He fell down the draft when I thought for sure that guy was going to be a high pick from a receiver standpoint, I just don't know. They used him a lot of Notre Dame, But I think there were some other things that could have done with him. And I'm not sure how he did that Combine. But I thought the kid was absolutely a star on get awesome at the combine, he ran in the four threes. You think he's huge? He attacked the ball. Well, Steelers gotta break their your Kevin Colbert and Steelers. They know what they're doing now, Steelers. You know, nobody drafts wide receiver like the Steelers do, especially non first run wide receivers. They just find these dudes that's like Brown. Yeah. Got him. Wallace got him and juju. Schuster Smith got him to. Maybe you know what they all have in common is that they're none of them going round and round one. They get all these guys after the first round. It's pretty He's pretty good scouting, for sure. Yeah, absolutely. Ah, Aberration for the AA. For the Packers yesterday against the Buccaneers. So it's funny because you know, that's why I stopped watching Red zone because there was no way I was watching going flashing back from Miami and the Jets game, you man with some degree of standards. I was not gonna watch that game and so I didn't even think about it. Even when the Packers came out were smoking the box. It was 10 up, and I'm like, Yeah, there's gonna be a beat down. And then and Roger's through the dreaded square out out, and it was ugly. And he never recovered the pick that pick six. He never recovered. You must do to pick sixes in a row. Now, that wasn't as much as his ball. But I was rooting for that guy. Get in the end. He got a watch on the B. Wow. Has anybody ever thrown to pick sixes in a row? I don't know, but a question Carm Carm. Ozzy may be in the Hall of Fame game. Ah, good. Call Cabernet, Wasik and Kaepernick against Arizona in the desert A few years ago, Gino Carmody going? No, no, I don't think I think Joe might have just started one. I was just piling on, but the cap really did to pick sixes. Oh, really? With that against Arizona in Arizona, Man, I don't That's real anyway, you know. You don't expect Aaron Rodgers just implode in that whole team. Me personally, I'd told my brother my dad, I go right now. Green Green Bay. Besides, Chicago is the next most overrated. You know? Top team. And and we found that out real quick. I don't know how Chicago's 51. But Greenbay there certainly a playoff team, but they're not world beaters like everybody, all of a sudden thought they weren't That was That was an ugly game. I mean, So let me ask you guys, this is Tampa Bay's defense as good as they looked against Green Bay because I'm kind of scratched my head like that. I mean, if they are that good in their kind of rounding into form Wow. Watch out. Canterbury could actually show Super Bowls at home this year for them. They're that good. They could cover on the back in their linebackers. Too Good. Devon. Ah Ah, not Devin Bush, Devon White. It's really good, fast ranging linebacker and they were much better when the head Vida via Ah, plugging up the middle of that defensive line, but they're still stout of front. So Pittsburgh to me is in the league. It. It could do it by conference. Pittsburgh's best KFC and Tampa to me is clearly the best defense in the NFC best just scooping them up on my fantasy team, right? Doing your homework League. Tampa leads the league in yards per play opponents. Arthur Play 4.6. They're number one in the league Pittsburgh number three in the league of 4.9. So there you go on Indy..
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"You? I have a question about a program on the neck and sue them for damages. Yeah, well, tell me what it is and what kind of damage is Just boys share program. I'm not have been using it for, like, 12 years. Okay, Voight, Wasik voice chat. So what damages have you had that you haven't used Ah, product there. Hey, there users that I don't talk Don't even have his program installed. And I'm just still putting up with this program. I don't understand what that means. You are you are you are part of this. You signed up. I mean, I'm assuming voice for this, like, probably back in like 2005. When I moved Oceanside and do the season it like he does. And do they charge you? Did you on APPA Thomas soon snap of some kind. You stop paying. Well paid for it at one time, but I don't pay for that. I don't use it along. Okay. All right. So, all right. So you don't use it. You don't care where you wear your damages. Well, I'm just putting up with this. Okay? How about on installing it? I don't have it installed it all. Okay, well, if it's not installed, and it's getting to you, I'm assuming that there is a way to get out of it. Ah, And what lawyer is going Tio represent you? Well, let's look at the damages. I don't use it. It's there. I don't pay attention to it. But I want damages that it's there on my computer. Why don't you just ignore it? Okay, so no lawyer would really pay attention. Oh, yeah lawyer who wants entertainment value would clearly do this. Yes, a lawyer who is willing really a quest and you walk in the door because you are like beyond stupid on that one. Ah astounds me, which I kept him on. Hold for an hour and a half on that. Hello, Billy. Billy hero? Yes. What can I do for you? Hey, So I got an RV that's been in the shop since November of last year for a leaky windows, and they have attempted to replace the window roll on three times now. And they first time they put a band aid on window and didn't replace it upon the manufacturer's orders. Second time They replaced it, but the window was defaulted and it leaks and so they just put a new window in it again and it's Lee still leaking and I went to go pick it up today and The camper was had a significant amount of water in it, and there's black mold growing on so there's no damage. OK, fair enough. You're obviously not going to deal with that repair shop anymore. So you take it to another repair shop. What? What's he going to do? What is going to cost you, Teo bring it up to snuff. Well, I'm not really sure you gotta find out. So you have to find out because you're going to see the work that we're dealing with the manufacturer. OK, or I wouldn't even deal with a manufacturer. What I would do is just sue the shop because I don't know if the manufacturer is going to even bother saying here is a shop and And why would you keep it there a year? I don't understand. But S o much for that. So you put in a claim? Yes, you There's insurance on it. You have an insurance policy, or is it under warranty? Do alright then you're out of warranty now, But do you have insurance? Well, okay. No, no, it's out of warranty. That's what I meant. Some kind of a warranty and extended warranty. Alright, So that's over. I the manufacturer. I I wouldn't go after because now you're talking about defective design, and it's crazy making you go after the shop. Especially for the mold, especially for the water damage, especially for all of that, But you have to find out how much it costs to fix it because you're going to sue the guy and you can't just say there's mold. Gee, there's water damage. And the first thing that judge is going to ask. Okay, how much? I don't know. S o. What you asked for. I mean, when you go into court you're asking for specific damage is you got to tell him what you want. And you can't say Well, I want the repair guy to go to jail for five years. That's not gonna fly. So you need actual damages. Goto a shot. Get a big Ah, you would. I wouldn't even give those guys a chance to cure because it's beyond that. Because they tried three times on They've made it far worse and it was so off you go to another shot, Get a bid. Assume for it. Hopefully, it's under $10,000. Because then you're in small claims court. If it's over, $10,000 you have a couple of choices. Either You waive anything above $10,000 solicit cost 12 grand. Yeah, Then it's worth of say, OK, I'll pick a $2000 loss or if it's substantially above that, you get a lawyer. You get to get a lawyer, don't you? This is a handle on the law..
"wasik" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I'm talking about electing come the killer Drew Pinsky. Because he seems to be the House doctor on Fox News inflections, networked and affiliates and he's like playing the virus down like it's a lot less infected in tuberculosis. Or if it can be passed around like that, and he tells people not to wear masks in this Sunday, and he doesn't even have like your certifications on the wall or anything behind him while he shined my Drew Pinsky. The killer. Pinsky? Yes. Yeah, no. Drew a. He's a real doctor. He's a medical doctor. Better because that's not well. Excuse me. Hold on. Just just for a moment. Okay? Let's just go through it. All right. If you say it's bad advice and let me ask you, Charles, you say it's bad medical advice. On what basis are you giving a medical opinion on the same that I still hear without inflammation? Wasik, but he is a medical doctor. I understand you're saying and you are saying you are giving your medical opinion that his medical advice is no good. You see where I'm going with his Charles? No, No, I hear you. But now here you go. Here's another one example. Now you think he has more? Authority over Douchey. What is that to do with anything? He's a doctor. It's not a question of authority. So you're talking authority. You're going? Yes, Yes, Yes. Yes. Yes. You asked the question. Does he have more authority over? A woman answered the question. Does he have more authority over Fauci? No grouchy and found she doesn't have more authority over him. Okay? I've answered that question Any other questions? Yes, Like if you've seen the fox news, like, uh, it's on record that he is in my opinion is actually I need to find a medical malpractice doctor. What? And how have you been damaged? By the way, Let's say oh, I'm not wearing a mask, but that's no way to free now. How have you been damaged? Because when you're suing for medical malpractice, you have to be damaged. So how how have you been doing? How have you been damaged? No. And that's exactly why I'm asking because I know it's hard practice. You're right. So here he is. So Charles, Charles Charles Charles. Okay as idiotic is this question was and believe me. You've hit levels of idiocy that are phenomenal. Up and down. I mean, you probably hit 56 levels of idiocy is you haven't been damaged. He may be giving bad advice, but you're not in a position to say he is or isn't because you're not a medical doctor. It is his medical opinion on its He's and he's a television doctor, like I'm a radio lawyer. You are our legal advice I do and he's but he's giving you're giving. No he's giving he's giving. You could call it, Marge. I understand. And I know I'm getting marginal legal advice and the point is, he is not Practicing on you. He is giving general information and he believes in his medical opinion. He khun doing it, believe it. Don't believe it. I know there's no case there, and I understand it's more of a political position that you're saying from you. I understand that you believe in mass. I understand everybody. You think everybody should wear a mask? I agree with that. But that's not a medical opinion. And yours is not a medical opinion. What you're doing is you're making a Political opinion as stupid as it sounds, but thank you so much for that. Alright? Yeah, Yeah, God is good for you. All right, Charles. Let's have lunch sometime, OK? And then I'll really be impressed with you. Now, the F B I cyber division warning students and families were increasingly vulnerable. Actually, All of this are because of the online learning and working at home and the continuing use of the Internet for everything. Since the start of the pandemic alone, there has been a 300% increase in cybercrime activity every day. We put our information at risk on the Internet..
"wasik" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"All these bigots and hypocrites that believe in the false allegations they should smarten up. I don't know what we're trump did to them there that was so wrong. For me. I think he's a hell of a guy and he's the best. Well, so you're not by you? Not by in this story, anything Mama, Look, why doesn't he bring the accuses forward like in a court of law? You gotta face your accuser and you can't talk about anybody on the radiated to defend themselves. You know people are bunch of Mama. Luke is like the Italian general. What can you give me the interpretation? Hold on, Lucille. I'd like to know what a mama Luka is. As long as I said on the radio. Careful. What's a mama Luka? Like I like a stupid person, like like the mature gonna now is Wasik. Mama. Luke, I assume is Italian, right? Yeah, Yeah, that's Italian. Okay. What a machine That knows me like nobody. What's that? I know the beautiful Marie. So Bodie and I told Joe wants it awake all this so I may go blow some Isis behind every man to do a good woman. Marie, When I see you in the end, you know? Unbelievable. Unbelievable. Lucy. Bodies are a great friend of mine, You know? And a friend of mine fiancee is the best friend. I have the Silver Glade. And his beautiful wife passed away. I was a dark man, You know, she wrote a book on photography off. She's a grateful he gave Lucy a copy of the book that time Great photographer and there's no one better than No one dad burned as well. Let's here we have some great mutual friends. I'm surprised we haven't You know, tripped over one another in our social circles. Okay, I hope to sink to meet your son. I love you. Make what? Keep it times around You. Thank you so much. And be good to yourself. Thank you. I really appreciate it. Thanks. Tonight, Okay, We're gonna go next. Let's get okay. John in Boston. Why not? Hey, John, You're up here. Next tonight. Side on the rink. Central. Nice. I call the line, John. Thanks. Ken didn't just want to say I was in Normandy last year. The 70 75th anniversary. I've known World War two veterans. My whole life actually visited the grave of a friend of mine who passed away there and his friends at the cemetery. So, um I get a little annoyed at this kind of response against President Trump is I saw him there. Not personally, but I saw that he was there and a great job. Honey did displaying Ah Ah presence there and I remember the Obama administration, Obama and Biden administration when they let 1000 veterans die in appointments. From from lack of theirs should be 1000 metres in the hospital because they couldn't get their appointments on time. I think of of ah, with the Benghazi episode when they could have finished a C 1 30 gunship to protect it. So he has. Suddenly they have the moral high ground and they're attacking President Trump who's built the military up, which was left in shambles by the Obama Biden administrator needed Pasir force needed parts for their for their planes for the Jets, the Navy's deprived So now I don't remember. I do remember some of your programs. They're talking about the treatment. The vets. I don't remember that nonstop news press talking about how the vectors died. The hospital's how our military is depleted. And so now, here we are today. We're dealing with China is a military threat against us. Would President Trump has built up the military and help the veterans as allowed them to go? A different hospitals, not just V. A hospitals, and none of this person comes out of the woodwork and just kind of brings his charges against President Trump. It's just one more thing. It's just one more thing next week will be saying is President Trump details of gorilla? I mean, what's the next thing coming down, Pike? Well, I don't wait to see by the way when you mentioned when you mention Benghazi. I just want to mention that we We lost four American heroes. There's including the ambassador, but also young guy named Glen Doherty. From AD Winchester, Massachusetts, and I got to know his family. Pretty well. In particular. His mom on came from a wonderful family and a real kick in all the World War. Two vet that I have met were in favor of President Trump. We're talking about guys that jumped into Normandy on D Day. Right. And power troop is that I've met. I've met the Flying Tigers, The Indianapolis the gentlemen are the soldiers, the Navy seals or on the USS Indianapolis. So President Trump has done more to protect our kind of build on military up, so I really Just look at look at the deed to get the words. The actions speak louder than words. I would agree with you on that, and I also would like to think that some of the mainstream media Could display Ah ah little skepticism. Azad put because the stories the way they're written there written very cleverly, you know, and You know another bombshell allegation, and the average person is kind of not paying attention. They don't understand that a bombshell allegation is just that that we look at this some miles the same sub dad, so I'm with you, John. But again, you've heard some different viewpoints tonight. And I hope to hear some more appreciate You called John talks Big. Thanks very much. All right, all of a sudden our lines. We got open lines. Which to me? Is this stunning Because the lines have been packed 617 to 5 for 10 30, Triple eight. 9 to 9 10 30. The question Israel Simple If you're familiar with the Atlantic monthly story that appeared Thiss week or whether I believe it actually hit the the Internet yesterday. I think Atlantic is now. No, it's no longer a a magazine. You're holding your hands. It's it's It's a Web magazine. And it's basically written by a guy named Jeffrey Goldberg Trump Americans of Dinah World War losers and suckers. That's That's the quotes attributed to President Trump by anonymous sources. Well, the question is, Do you believe the author? Or Do you believe the president who has denied Uh, these are these allegations emphatically 617 to 5 for 10 30 Tripoli. 9 to 9 10. 30 phones lighten up again. Dial away. We'll get you on. I promised coming back after this night side with.
"wasik" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Put all that infrastructure in place to keep production going. For all the components to make those generic drugs, but but that those hills on those the pill said they were told when you when you get an aspirin, you know at the hospital. It's a $20 aspirin or something. I mean, it seems to me Yeah. Oh, yeah, Here's a great Here's a great story. This is I've met some incredible people who Actually make our medicines they they're pharmaceutical engineers. They're organic chemist there, Pharmacist by training. A very fine gentleman told me a story of How he went to get his blood pressure medicine. He was taking the prescription refilled. And it's a 90 day supply of generic. I'm sure some of your listeners have heard of it. It's called the Senate Pro. So he walked into a retail pharmacy that I won't name and for that 90 day supply. $157.50. Hey, said, guess how much a manufacturer would get paid for that. No idea. I thought, well, maybe 25 $30. He said. A dollar Manufacturer Wasik. I mean, if it produces that for a dollar And the pharmacy is Where did all that other money go? Where does it go? And where that goes, all those folks. What they've done is hammered down on the price paid Two manufacturers of generic drugs. And they want to buy cheap. And the cheapest you could go is to China, which now makes 10% of our generic drugs. Okay, So where they quickly we've got to take a break. But when we come back, we'll talk about this a little bit more. I want to better understand that. How The sounds to me like if I'm following that the the the pharmacy purchase it purchased that that, um that prescription of 100 whatever 90 pills for a dollar And they sell it for a $157. That's not a bad mark up for the pharmacy. Unless I'm on some missing something here. Well, there's a whole lot of other people in that supply to supply chain. Okay, we'll get an explanation. A pie? That's OK for enough. Okay. Ah, And when we get back, I want to talk about what we could do about it. And those of you who have had experiences and would like to share those experiences were talking with Rosemary Gibson, her book China Rx, exposing the risks. Of American dependence on China for medicine mean one of the concerns that we all have, and I know that very people in the audience tonight or in their twenties and thirties Maybe you're not on a standard medication, but I would best bet most people this audience tonight who are over 50 certainly over 60 have some form of medication, even if it's an 81 milligram. Aspirin that you'd take upon the advice of doctors these days. You know, for your heart, pretty simple stuff. If you'd like to talk with telling who knows this business and has studied this business for a long time and maybe get some questions answered. Rosemary Gibson is my guest. Her book China are ex, exposing the risks of American dependence on China for medicine. Ah, I don't think we even know the half of it 617 to 5 for 10 30. Tripoli 9 to 9 10 30 I'm sure my guest knows and by the end of the hour, hopefully we will to join the conversation coming back on nights. I'd side.
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