27 Burst results for "Wolfson"
"wolfson" Discussed on WTOP
"You choose to dine in remember they have air purification systems installed at all locations Whether you dine in dine out or carry out silver diner offers you the choices for how you live and a healthy dose of what you crave Silver diner eat well be well Morning march 29th 2022 Welcome to WTO T where the time now was four O 8 Michael and son spring AC tuna for only $49 Graphic and whether all the 8s and what it breaks good morning to rich hunter in the wcl traffic center All right on the Woodrow wolfson bridge again the inner loop work is all completed in a stop traffic on the adults so there are checking the gates there as well so from the moment nobody getting by on the antelope the beltway crossing the Woods road Wilson bridge but they may be close to starting to let traffic go so we're keeping an eye on that Now elsewhere on the beltway in Virginia on the inner loop finally picking up as you approach the pass route 50 Arlington boulevard headed toward I 66 now have at least two left lanes getting by and believe they've reopened the exits to both eastbound and westbound 66 Still working out manassas both eastbound and westbound approaching two 34 business down to a single right lane of each direction also a starting to pick up eastbound as you add the east of not least street toward the beltway Should have hopefully two right lanes getting by and they should have reopened around to the inner loop of the beltway there as well The inner loop express lanes and outer loop express lanes actually that left exit So you should be getting a little bit better now there as a result but again I'd just be aware there are some delays as they start to pick up this work and again traffic still stopped on the analog on the Woodrow Wilson bridge Visit fit small dot com to find a safe used car Fitzgerald has hundreds of cars trucks and SUVs next to a new car of 5th way car is best visit fit small dot com today Rich hunter WTF traffic Good morning and Bon Dole up Windchills are in the teens this morning even though temperatures are in the mid 20s it still feels like it's the middle of winter outside.
"wolfson" Discussed on WTOP
"3rd welcome to WTO P at one 48 in the morning Browsing and whether on the 8th and when it breaks to rich hunter in the WTO feed traffic center I'm not quite clear what the issue is on the interloop of the belly on the Woodrow walls from bridge traffic remains stopped when they had the bridge opening It's been stopped for at least 30 minutes if not a little bit longer now as a result of that recent opening the antelope's been moving for quite some time but again the interlude remains stopped at the Woodrow wolfson bridge still waiting on word as to what the issue might be Now elsewhere 66 westbound you were moving again but now it sounds like you're stopped again as you cross over the belly headed toward the dun Laurie metro station where the work is focused over at the gallows road bridge the old bridge being demolished so keep that in mind they did have eastbound 66 top near 29 incentive you should be moving again as well Single file right get you by that work sound and then approaching the ballet on east pound 66 after another street headed toward the bell way to work some blocks of single right lane you get by that one without delay Still working on the interlude with the valley should north of the dulles toll road toward Georgetown pike two lanes left guitar that works on don't forget if you're coming off of the dulles toll road eastbound or west bent on the connect road you have to merge early in the through traffic as a result of this setup of that works and so please be careful trying to get on to the beltway in that stretch Still working on the antelope between Connecticut evidence three 55 to right lanes get you by the works and you're currently getting by without delay Rich hundred WTI traffic 17 four tracking your Friday and it's looking like a pretty good Friday We're going to start off on a mild note for this time of year low temperatures Friday morning into the mid to upper 40s We should be in the 20s.
"wolfson" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"Five john dixon and i discussed the unofficial depth chart and the surprises that were solidified upon. Its release ahead of this. Sunday's game against the cleveland browns. We'll take a quick break in ban around the thirty one minute mark. It's the great british chief show and their new day of wednesday. They turn their attention to the cleveland browns and show and bk no on the show hugely this week around the forty two minute mark. They'll go over the three offensive keys. The game for the chiefs. Finally we'll cover the story lines to watch with the sideline reporter of this game. Cbs sports is tracy wolfson a great interview series with her. But let's get into it. I told you we would start with the new monday edition of ap out of structure with the chiefs season preview. Starting off this season with our season preview will actually have live football games. That actually matter starting this weekend will ron's put together some great over under for us to discuss our predictions for this season. That's going to start this weekend. Yeah oh my god. I can't believe it's here It's funny tweet it. But i've had multiple dreams and i usually not a guy who remembers dreams but i've had three dreams the past week about being a arrowhead in one in some capacity or another so my my my body and mind already for chiefs football so i i'm ready man all right. Well let's start with the first one the most important one the guy that is the dream for all of chiefs fans and she's kingdom patrick mahomes. How many passing touchdowns will mahomes have this year. You set the over under thirty nine and a half. Y- thought forty was a good number to go off of and i think some people might see that and say. Oh it's and and i do think he could have an mvp ethan. But i'm gonna go under. I think he doesn't get to forty this year. A mainly because i think the red zone offense will be better in terms of running it in. you know. There'll be more effective more successful running in Scores instead of throwing them in. And yeah i. I just think it's the offensive line being able to run the ball a little better and come hawk on the defense and i do think that is going to affect it as well. I think the defense will put them in positions a lot to where they don't need to pass twenty eighteen. We've see him go. Fifty touchdown did is because the defense was so bad. So i'm actually going to go under here that he does not get the forty touchdowns this year. Yeah that's an interesting eighth. There'd be some touchdown vultures in the running back room this season and yes some bullies on the offensive line. Should open things up a little bit. I'm going to hammer the over the rhyme thirty nine and a half i as you pointed out. He had thirty eight last season. The add an extra game this year. That alone puts him over forty. By opinion this guy is going to be standing behind the best offense linings ever had and the weapons aren't any worse than they have been. And i think the evolution of the offense will only help his totals. I'd think they're the running. Backs should score more this year. Absolutely but i think he'll still get his. I'm gonna put him somewhere around five. So i'm going to hammer the over this season. So maybe not the fifty the had twenty eighteen where they were having a shootout every week but certainly more than what you last year. Yeah that's smart and you're right vying.
How Are We to Trust Dr. Fauci, Who Has Lied to Congress?
"If you knew an individual From whom you seek advice. Who's been in the federal government for decades. Just like you, Biden. That he runs and agency That provided funding That provided funding for gain of function research that is Taking a virus and making it even a bigger killer virus. How is it that that individual isn't fired? How is it that that individual continues to be a top adviser? How is it that an individual continues to be a a major draw claimed to have authority on CNN and MSNBC with The New York Times with the Washington Post? These bombs shall documents that were released. By the intercept, which is a left wing site. We talked about this. Joseph Wolfson at Fox pointed out allegations are fueling that Dr Fauci lied to Congress over whether or not the U. S government funded Gate of function Research. How can Roger Stone was trashed? And others are trash being accused of lying to Congress.
"wolfson" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"Industry. As far as i'm concerned the cbs sideline reporter. Tracy wolfson a tracy will be on the chiefs. brown's week one. Game with jim. Nance and tony romo tracy. I got. Imagine you're really excited to get back to arrowhead stadium. I can't wait a filled arrowhead stadium which really missed last year and just to get back into the grew back on a schedule on the momma three boys of dealing with back to school today and chaos and trying to deal with all their schedules. I just need to get back to my schedule. Back into a routine and back to some football with certainly missed it. Yeah we imagine that this game in particular. you've been arrowhead before. There was the whole pandemic and everything the fact that its full capacity for the first time since what would be the twenty nine thousand nine. Afc title game should make for quite an environment. Oh my god. It's going to be electric. It's gonna be rocking and then think about the fact that it's the browns and you know what happened in the playoffs and then coming off of the super bowl loss. There's just so much emotion. I think that's going to go into it and i think for the players also just look up in a lot of those rookies. That never got that opportunity to really feel what it's like to play in arrowhead. And so i think for frost also though you know to have. It's funny because nancy said he's like now. I gotta deal with grab noise. I was so he's not using using it pumped in my ear You know it'll become like second nature again. Just go back to the old times. But i think right away. We're gonna really feel the difference. I know for me. I was got so used to being in the stands being in a mode not being on the i cannot wait to step on that field for the first time again because i've really missed it just being personal. Having that relationship with the players the coaches pre-game being able to talk to them on i level It's going to be great to be back in. I love kansas city. Especially this time of the year. I just love being out there. The weather is going to be gorgeous so really you can't ask for better opening day. Yeah well this is obviously a divisional round rematch. You'd mentioned that you were at this last game when it was a little different but i wanna go back before we get into this game to that one play that has gotten i think more famous because of the broadcast shed henny jets the fourth and inches. And we have tony romo reacting. Let's go to the.
"wolfson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Dr Jay Wolfson at the USF College of Public Health feels the next round of shots should be available to those 40 and over the hospitalizations For the most severe cases are people 18 to 45 or 50. So it's a younger group of people who are getting sicker and you want to protect those people. If they get sick, they're going to give it to the older folks here more in our Fox News update just ahead. The state of Florida is in court, defending its ban on school mask mandates a hearing under way in Tallahassee involving a lawsuit by parents who support those mandates. Michael able, is representing the state and says that he will present testimony for an expert who says masks can be harmful. There is ample evidence of some physical and developmental harms the Children that accrue from wearing masks. Mandating Children required to wear masks cause them to experience. Immediate side effects able rejects the claim that the ban on mandates is unconstitutional. Seven local school districts have defied the ban on mask mandates ordered by the governor. But students who don't wear masks to class might not be punished. Sean Bernard is the general counsel for the Palm Beach County School district. A mask mandate went into effect there today. It would certainly create Illegal quagmire in terms of enforcement, Bernard says. Any attempt to punish students for not masking up could end up in court. Watch out for a new covid 19 relief scam. Florida attorney General Actually, Moody says scammers are posing as the head of the Federal Trade Commission asking you to send financial information. Don't reply or click on any links, but do forward any messages you receive to the FTC. Gas on average 2 98 a gallon in Florida the first time it's been under $3 in three weeks. Tampa BAY traffic and weather moments away. I'm Gordon Bird. NewsRadio. W F L A A fully approved vaccine and Lisa Brady Fox News. The White House, hoping today's move by the FDA will help get more Americans vaccinated against Covid. Boxes. Evan Brown has more live, at least at the Pfizer Biontech Covid vaccine now has full FDA approval for people 16 or older and 12 to 15 year olds can still be vaccinated under the existing emergency use authorization, But we are not recommending that Children. Um, uh, younger than age 12 be vaccinated with this vaccine, it would not be appropriate, says FDA Acting chief Janet Woodcock. Updated data on the use of Pfizer. Biontech showed 91% effectiveness, but it may not always prevent illness, though it will significantly reduce hospitalization chances. Lisa Thanks. Evan. President Biden has just begun his remarks on this.
"wolfson" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"Be lbj today. But if this stuff goes down all it's going to be left as the l. and it's not going to be good so That's not going to make him a success. Well if he gets that whole spending plan he gets to be upton sinclair but anyway that's a whole nother later episode all right but can we've summit up. I think the odds are better. Not a trillion plus hard infrastructure is alive and well. I'm with murphy. all right. i'm fifty fifty. Oh what are your lawyer on. One hand on the other hand. I think it may be too big to fail. But i'm just telling you that the that this is going to these waters choppy right now. And they're going to need some concessions for mansion and cinema on some of the other aspects of the biden program and they're allowed people who feel and this was the point of the political piece that Mcconnell senses that if they spend another one point two trillion here that That that that the bank will be closed. And that will you know people will not be willing to go any further so well. That's the natural fight. Kazan soft brick and mortar. Stuff that rs and ds are dug on in on. And that's the natural political fight coming down the light okay. Let's take a break right here for a word from our sponsor. We'll be right back. You know acts whether it's for work or play a lot of us are gonna be on the move again this summer. I know i hope. It's for play- yeah. No i'm heading to new hampshire live for your die so my advice to you. Take your rate con buds with you. I mean look. A pair of these things fell off the truck. And i love him. Whether you're doing your olympic level workout like i am or driving or walking or just.
Miami Beach Lifts 8 p.m. Spring Break Curfew
"Million people receiving both their covert shots in the state and hospitalizations down Pascoe. Commissioners resented the county's mask mandate, USF health expert Dr Jay Wolfson tells news Channel eight. It's too early to toss your mask. We've only had this vaccine for a little over two months. We've only been living with this bizarre disease for about a year and three months. Miami Beach, lifting the eight p.m. curfew that officials imposed in March. The county wide curfew remains in effect from midnight to six. A.M. Daley Miami Dade officials are set to lift that curfew next week to celebrate the start of the
From Domestic Violence abuser to Family Man, A.W Burgess Speaks
"W burgess how you doing. I'm doing phanom. A w burgess of course brother works and the community helping to end domestic violence. He himself has been involved in domestic violence. He's gonna get all that. And i'm just glad you're here man. I'm glad you so transparent because this is a story that can help a whole lot of people because people think that people can't change yes you hit a just tell everybody if you can change anybody could change right indeed much stories. Pretty pretty simple. I think that My store is no different than many folks but where it differs is the accountability piece and the transparency piece. I believe that children learn what you know. And from where they live and then they go on to live what they learned you know. What's the old saying. Her people hurt people. yes Well i believe that's that's a fact also believe that they hurt people because they haven't learned what the it is in. You know that's causing them to hurt others in first if almost they're hurting themselves to begin with and then they go on to hurt other other folks. You know so i. I just believe that we have to speak life into our children's lives because again is beginning in those four walls in those four walls at the house and then obviously is coming out to the halls of work school churches so currently kirk franklin and his son going back and forth. You heard about that right. No have not all men him and his son going back and forth his son put out a audiotape. A to the world of kirk franklin cussing his son out like a sailor. You soon as thirty. Three's is first born and a lot of people trying to figure out what are the dynamics. End our relationship and he was just talking about hurt. People hurt people. Kurt was really angry and his son. Said he's put hands on him before. An therapy sessions What kind of anger is that between family members. So son in a father well again. You know you're talking about agassi physical abuse but it starts with emotional abuse and again i take it back to the root cause of it. Meaning where did kurt actually get. Those methods of solving problems You know so. What did he witness child or what happened to him. Yeah did somebody do something that his parents put a family member or even a coach or maybe even a choir director someone in the choir. They put hands on him. There is a route costs for that anger. You know i'd venture to say that many men today. Bj their anger comes from a source. Meaning many men are have been molested as children at spoke at a conference. Had a gentleman literally come up to me with his wife and he said. Hey w i gotta be honest after hearing you speak i wanna i wanna get to the root of it. I'm gonna go ahead and Tell my story. This was the seventy seven year old man and he looks wife. Looks at me. Says a w have been married for fifty two years and i've been abused my wife for fifty four years fifty four years says he looks at her looks at me says honey this is it. I gotta go. I gotta get it out. He said when i was nine years old he says sixty eight years ago. My girl cousin molested lau goes on to say. I thought i was hurting her Because there were times. When i was bleeding and i didn't know i was bleeding. You know and. I thought that i caused her to bleed. Yeah and He said but the thing when she was finished with me eight w she would pass me onto my brother my other my my god cousin and he would molest wow man he's always says i'm here to tell you. He looks at his wife. Looks at me and he says honey. I'm gay and this is a man has been married for fifty. Two years abused her for fifty four and he says to her. I hate women at those days. You know it wasn't favorable for someone to come out as a gay man so he went through the motions and the facades. And i think when you when you said that about kirk franklin. I'll talk about my life. One of the common ingredients of an abuser is. You are a hero at work in the public uh-huh but you are zero at home. And i think what his son was. Probably trying to show the world like most abusers is as my daddy like i do. I don't see who he really is when he's not cameras on and so you know and so. That's why you know if you look at the photos. That i have out there. You'll see me all dressed up you'll see this mask of a wolfson and that's the hypocrisy half man half animal. You're an animal and that's what you abuser sees day. See the the wolf in you.
"wolfson" Discussed on Self Made Strategies
"Commercials to compelling branded content institutional videos and web pieces footage films can do it all. She also teaches documentary film. Production at the new york film academy ended many projects for ifc the independent film channel. She's joining us on this episode to talk to you about how you can take both the creative side of something you love to do and the business side of earning a living from it and combine the to live the life of your dreams. Here are the self made strategies of jessica wolfson. Yes so for for the listeners. Because this may make it to the episode jessica. And i met because she was teaching a class for independent filmmaker project right independent features project independent features project Ifp dot org. Which is now the gotham. And i took it. Because of my interest. In filmmaking..
"wolfson" Discussed on Self Made Strategies
"You're listening to all new episode of self maze strategies visit self may strategies dot com for episodes information about our guests and a whole lot more. Welcome to episode one. Thirteen of the self-made strategies podcast. I'm your host. Tony lopes our guest on this episode is a new york-based director and producer. She's produced many documentary and tv projects and worked in many roles from director to production supervisor. She's also worked in strategic marketing. An impact producing for both traditional and digital distribution companies and has created and managed dynamic multi-platform marketing strategies for theatrical television subscription video on demand home video and digital releases. She's developed cross promotional plans with strategic partnerships that result in strategies engaging content sizzle reels and trailers and has analyzed data to improve digital campaigns for both brands and individual titles. She's also worked in strategic consulting and brand development including production marketing outreach in distribution strategy development she specializes in documentary and independent films. Tv projects branded content strategic marketing and impact producing jessica. Wolfson is a director producer and one of the principals for lost footage. Films a new york and austin texas based full service production company specializing in field production and editing for all types of film and video projects from feature in short documentaries to broadcast programmes and.
Bethesda Announces Indiana Jones Game
"Morning a little small indie company by the name of edessa decided to wake up in chooses violence. They've announced a new indiana jones game. I'm pulling directly from their twitter Kevin i have the twitter link. Create a poll up. If you wanna show the teaser that they tweeted out this morning for the indiana jones game between a follow up tweet reads like this. A new indiana jones game with an original story is involvement from our studio machine games. It'll be executive produced by todd howard in collaboration with lucasfilm games. It'll be some time before we have more to reveal but we're very excited to share today's news on those your reaction confusion because they didn't look rebrand yesterday and they're already like coming out swinging like i remember everyone thinking. I wonder if this means like indiana jones games like. Yeah maybe when they do movie sure but like i did not expect the day after they did. The rebranding like yeah. No lucas like indiana jones as well and machine games really good. Pick i would. I am excited for them to stretch our legs a little bit like get into different. Ip it like really see what they can do with this game. Yeah this looks. I'm very excited about this. From the perspective of i would not have expected this announced it and for them to come out and be giving it to machine games. I think is very exciting Because beijing games obviously known for the wolfenstein game the recent style games that i've been really excellent. This seems like an entirely new project for them. In the way that. I'm really curious and excited to see them. Stretch their legs and try out something new. Because this this very much reminds me of the same or similar as guerrilla games From zone in creating horizons zero. Don you know and like kill zone obviously like not wolfenstein in terms of how those things are. it's like wolfenstein. The new colossus vary excellent game. But what games in wolfson cost new colossus and. We'll send the order. I feel like if showing off a skill in terms of. Hey we can make blockbuster story like we can make We can have great dialogue and great cut scenes and really have you engaged with what's going on in the story of this game and so to see them tackle indiana jones game. I think is really exciting for that. Machine gave such a perfect pick because they're not afraid to just like if they want to do something that doesn't necessarily like jive with game and sarah and i'm not saying that's bad but like if they want to create some distance they will do it like we just colossus. Start off with you. Feeling all powerful. It's with you feeling like real shit like that. You start off extremely weak in that game. You literally start off in a wheelchair and then like before you really get. You know the new die. In a couple of hits. It is a difficult game at the beginning. I i can definitely see them. Having gained more quiet and contemplative at times indiana jones game that sometimes gets really lower action packed. And i think they're they're great at doing those balancing those two things so yeah. It is super cool to imagine what that game is right now. of course peach on dot com slash. Kind of funny games where you can go to ask questions for this show and most of the questions were all about this exact news and i have two questions that pretty much encompass what most people were asking So i'm gonna pull mitch crass in who wrote in and asked what is the most likely version of the in an indiana jones game. You're getting machine games. Third person first person tomb raider or horizon. Gluten full also wrote in and says good. Morning sexes with indiana jones. Being announced how do you think the game will fall into the microsoft acquisition. Xbox exclusive gain if third party and its success will microsoft. Continue making them. Thanks for all you do. 'em ron start from anywhere. I'm i'm gonna let you pick where we start in terms of what this game is going to be in house can be released. Could actually we're up to these things together is does does this game exist as an xbox version of mater are not charted. And that's like that. Is i think the most important question to me. 'cause like if like are they trying to go for. Hey why bother with dime store idiot joseph. Every jobs were here like drake become the. We have indiana jones at home. Kenneth i who knows. I think that would be an interesting for microsoft but the fact that acquisition was announced through ago as as the more than three months ago like four months ago. I'm gonna guess. His games deals deals with this game. Were asked before that but it is also worth noting that xbox responded to this tweet already. They've the xbox account. Sony has not as far as i know. Maybe it's correct me. W but does that indicate that this exclusive or does it like the fact that it's a external ip in the case that is supposed to be everywhere like this does give us a little bit of an idea or not yet but it will give us a little bit of idea of what does microsoft plan to do with the are they going to for example the star field on ps five. If so like was an ordeal for that or are they going to have startups five. Four seventy dollars and free on a free quote on game pass like that would be a hell of a contrast to make so. I'm curious what happens with within. Yeah jones because if they do make it they're like you can only play like spiderman. You can only play indiana jones on xbox that is a compelling do
Poll: Only half in US want shots as vaccine nears
"From from health health experts experts and and researchers researchers on on the the Fizer Fizer coded coded vaccine vaccine today, today, the the final final step step before before taking taking up up a a vote vote on on whether whether to to approved approved vaccine, vaccine, then then the the massive massive effort effort to move the millions of doses will begin along with the education campaign for people to trust it. This is Jim Ryan after month. Of masks, distancing and staying at home. We've got something now that gives us a real light at the end of the tunnel that we simply didn't have before. But depending upon the survey, only 47 to 60% of Americans plan to get the shot. University University of of South South Florida Florida health health professor professor Jay Jay Wolfson Wolfson expects expects more more people people to to come come on on board board as as they they see see others others getting getting the the vaccine vaccine without without complications. complications. In In the the meantime, meantime, once once covert covert enter enter somebody's somebody's life life for their families, Life, their perception changes and more Americans every day. Know someone who's been infected. Jim Ryan ABC
Patriots' Cam Newton, Chiefs' Jordan Ta'amu test positive for coronavirus
"On Sunday morning excuse me Saturday morning, which was yesterday it was reported that Cam Newton the quarterback of the New England patriots has a positive himself after that it was reported that Joran Tom, who the backup quarterback of the back. Of quarterbacks, a practice squad quarterback for the Kansas City chiefs has also tested positive for cove in nineteen. Incidentally, the candidate chiefs New England Patriots were scheduled to play today it was going to be one of the bigger games of the week. It was in the three o'clock window on CBS Jim Nance Tony Romo. Tracy. Wolfson on the
"wolfson" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"They take it a lot of people taking on an empty stomach. You Never WanNa do that can cause nausea always take it with meals I think that's really important. Jack help out. A friend of my, my wife's was texted her messenger the other day saying that her boyfriend, who's fairly young thirty? Looks fit again we don't know exactly know how healthy I don't I don't personally know him but apparently he had cova did and now they're saying he has like he was able to get over it and everything had mild symptoms but now they're saying that he has cardiovascular. Complications because of it. So have you have you heard anything about this? but this is certainly an over the last few weeks. There's been a lot of mainstream media publicity of this. There was a study that was released. That was in Jama the Journal of the American Medical Association that talked about one hundred patients that they looked at that had recovered from Cova and they saw through MRI testing how they had cardiac. Function. So the hearts were a little bit enlarged. The HARTSON squeezes well as they should they used different imaging techniques to see that there was evidence of inflammation of the heart in general So clearly, how does you know if covid? Out Covert again it's affect heart well I mean if someone is I fought sick low oxygen level well, the heart is not getting enough oxygen. So that'll certainly be probably looks like it actually causes hyper coagulation or makes for sticky blood or sludgy blood offered to happen as well in that sense Bye Bye. Bye covid. Depleting levels of nitric oxide you can also get visas spasm. That's away You know. So images direct infection of virus into cardiac tissue leading to inflammation. So there's a lot of different things that are happening to these people but again I think in general like you said, you know you know your wife's friends husband and again how how that person looks but I just you know if you look at one hundred. People will those hundred people were were probably unhealthy, and again, this isn't unique necessarily to to covid nineteen. It can happen to influenza from other viruses well, or some of this long term cardiovascular damage is done other questions. Okay. Now, once you recover, how do we improve that cardiac function? Well, those are all the different strategies we talked about starting with the might Oak Andrea, and again getting those people under the care of. Like when aunt, that's how they're going to recover as opposed to mainstream they're going to say, well, you know, here's the ace inhibitor. Here's the Beta blocker Maybe here's some other other kind of you know anti-inflammatory type products that people would use her for cardiovascular patients again. But again, none of it's addressing the cause and that's why the outcomes for these people are lousy. For, sure and you know the good news is this is that your body can heal itself that your body just like we talked about that might tofte where the body recycles as might have contra it can recycle cardiac cells right? It can help rebuild new healthier, cardiac cells, healthy.
What Current Heart Health Treatments Get Wrong and How to Fix This
"Doc. Thanks for coming on the show today. Thank you so much doctor, appreciate having you on big Sandia working at an excited to share a lot of the stuff. I'm doing with your audience. Likewise have been following your stuff for while I. Think the first time I saw year. Your stuff was actually. Tat Halio flexible years ago. Paleo? Facts was definitely an interesting event a lot. Good people over there and you know for for anyone who's never been an again. It's kind of like finding your tribe and you know getting some good food and working out a little bit and getting some excellent lectures from some very very entertaining speakers and really kind of supporting all the stuff that we do award. You know we're talking about Paleo or or carnivore. I think the one thing that separates me maybe from a some of the people that I met there is that you know we're just hardcore about organic free range grass fed wild seafood, so it's like know we want you to eat this way, but we also want you to eat the best of the best. This is not lite. Jack Wolfson sang a Burger King. Get a double opera. Hold the Bun. You know we WANNA make. Sure? We do at the right. Early, I mean. Have you had any pushback on that type of stuff? There's sometimes where I promote that very similarly and I just get this whole. You being elitist freak, and like people can't afford that and not sustainable for all Americans I mean. What is your sort of slanted that? Yeah. My slant is I mean it is the only thing that sustainable I mean the the way that corporate farming happens and and large ranches. Operates that is not sustainable, because that is just destroying the environment. You have to do it through regenerative. Farming and grazing practices, so I think books by Joel Salatin and and things that they really identified the best way to do. It is really the only way, and that is the healthiest forest to I mean when we test people's levels of pesticides and chemical exposure there sky-high. If they don't if they don't eat things, the right way so does it costs more for organic food. Is it cost more for free range grass-fed? Yeah, and it should, and you know Anthony I would challenge all those people and say hey. I I can probably find some other areas of your life where we can cut from the budget. Don't Cook from the health food budgets better for us. To eat that way. Live that way and it's and it's again. It's the only way the planet's GonNa Survive is by is by doing things the way we've always done it as hunter gatherers in. Bringing that into twenty first century world, totally one of the things that I think about often is that how hard it is to even have access stuff right now and just how all nutritious food used to be free in abundant passed, and now I'm even going to small towns. availability for real food is actually pretty challenging will a lot of work to do regarding supply chain and distribution, and getting to that point, where Jenny little bit before we started recording about how you see your time between. Scottsdale in a small town in Colorado and just wondering in Colorado sort of a small area. Do you have easy access to food them even in Austin where I'm as? There's not that many sources to to buy truly good quality food. Yeah I think you know the other thing, too. Is that the more that we support this? The more that we put our money direct our resources into these types farms. Well more people are going to do it it just. It's just a great business model kind of one of the things I've talked about most recently. Is that you have all these people? Millions of people literally millions that worked for the the and Human Services Department on a federal level, and in the State Department of Health, and the County Department of Health and school board. You know a health if we were to get rid of a lot of those people. Because their jobs are totally unnecessary. Get rid of those people in redirect them into organic farming into into pasteurize. Practices it sounds like a pipe dream, but you know. Let's put all the really. The resources over their prices will come down. It's better for our health. It's better for the planets, but you know I think you know. Listen answer your question up in this small town where in Colorado there, there is a place up there that again. There's a lot of places that do you know free range grass-fed that do? Who they do grow during the in during the cold season's that they're able to grow indoor You know in greenhouses, and and we support those people and again I'm not interested in new cars, new new housing or new clothing for myself. I'm not interested in travel. I mean I love doing all that stuff. Believe me I do, but the first thing is. You gotTa Take Care of yourself with the food and especially. If you've got young ones at home, anyone your concern with with health and wellness. You gotta put. Put Your money over there, you know Scottsdale is okay for food, and then California's pretty pretty ahead of the trend when it comes to healthy food California of course has their own problems, but Colorado and I think over the years once again. Farmers markets we love going farmers markets Arizona's got some great farmers markets for nine months out of the year the growing season. Here I mean obviously they've got a ton of sunshine. You know the the issue down here is water and summertime too much heat flight. They're growing. Season is nine months. It's it's really spectacular.
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Michael Bloomberg takes steps to join 2020 presidential race
"New York mayor Michael Bloomberg might jump into the democratic presidential race because of concerns that the current field of candidates may not be able to beat president trump with them reportedly mostly concerned about former vice president Joe Biden's campaign appearing weaker than had been expected and the first of senator Liz Warren from the left of the party now Bloomberg had months ago ruled out of twenty twenty run as you recall and has not yet made a final decision apparently but he has taken steps in recent days to keep his options open including moving to get on the primary ballot in Alabama before the state's filing deadline today Bloomberg adviser Howard Wolfson said in a statement yesterday that the former three term mayor is quote increasingly concerned that the current field of candidates is not well positioned to defeat drop Bloomberg a former Republican who became an independent and then registered as a Democrat last year as flirted with a presidential run before but hasn't followed through and done it Bloomberg former Republican became an indie any register as a Democrat this is Vicky is like JV so Bloomberg may jump into the democratic presidential race something keep an eye
"wolfson" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio
"What's up everybody? This is Joe earless to bitcoin radio complaint lives. WBZ Man. I'm really getting used to saying that like it's fun kind of the truth. It's we're bitcoin lives but what does it. What does that mean right? What is what is what bitcoin lives are Quin radio you know as me and Patrick? We defined it in episodes of the war. I've I've really been around this space long enough to know that most people do not take this seriously they don't understand the level of commitment or the level of of sacrifice as it takes to really be involved in the space and you know that's kind of a luxury right and you know I I kind of compare it to be an American. <hes> Americans like to complain they like to you say oh. This is the problem that's the problem but you know compared to the rest of the world America's a really small percentage of the population of the world seven and a half billion people in this in this on this planet and America's arcus three hundred thirty three hundred forty of them right. I mean yet we we think that we are the center of the universe and <hes> it's kind of like crypto upto I I think there's a lot of similarities and how we view things we got. We got a really good crypto. If you're in this space and you really really trying to do something great but it's also it's really hard socially to make a difference in socially to be involved to just gain the respect of people especially now after we've had so much scrutiny route knee and negatively through the last year and a half or I guess it's been pretty positive lately but not for all coins right and you could make the argument that coins or done that they'll never recover and and you know since two thousand eighteen to argue with you you know there's been a few here that gone up the most part all coins look really dem but there's more to the story and and I think it's really really funny how people forget about this space for to exist in for it to become better. There's gotta be credibility that that exists and even if the people inside crypto and there's a lot of podcasters who simply they don't and this is I mean I'm not saying the wrong. I'm not I'm not being negative about this but they do not take anything anything else except bitcoin seriously well. That's been a win for the last year and a half it absolutely has but it hasn't been a win. The entire year and a half equate was going down to part of that and you know the maximum has really taken hold and I consider myself a you know relatively strong bitcoin maximal support or at least whereas I I do believe that Bitcoin is the <hes> the start in the end of the crypto space. Maybe not the end but it's definitely something that you've got to understand. It has to exist for anything else to exist without bitcoin. We wouldn't be here you know and that doesn't mean that Bitcoin is going to be around and the only coin currency that we ever use a digital currency goes as blockchain project. No I mean I hope that we we do evolved to a certain point where you know there is something that comes out of this entire experiment or you know at least attempt of of modernizing currency but again it is circles back to you know. What are you doing for the space? What are we doing for the space? What are we making better? I don't understand the people who treat the space of negativity that are in the space that they want it to succeed in there just try and they they they give them selves authority to say such because they want to clean up the space well that's great and first off. We're on the same team but let's do it with with still giving the opportunities for the space to exist. If you're sitting sitting there calling every single project that comes out a scam I mean you don't know that you can just base everything off of you know. It's been bad since two thousand eighteen okay fair I get it. I can't argue with that. It's been bad since two thousand eighteen but don't you think what's what's GonNa come out of this madness or projects that actually work like there's something good. That's GONNA come out of all this anyways today. We have Rachel Wolfson's. She's GonNa joining US Rachel Journalists Journalist for Forbes and she's she's got her own Crypto podcast not just four Forbes. She's a she's a journalist. She's written for Forbes and she's also got the Kripa. Chicks pop descript podcasts or podcast Iran crypto in <hes> in chicks is affiliated with it back Crypto <hes> guys with Joel and Travis who are good good friends of cvt and myself and Bitcoin radio we support them for sure <hes> but Rachel's been kind of this person who's who's taken it upon herself to to just treat the space a little bit more professionally and I guess that's the reason why I kind of went on that that that small little rant a second ago is that we've got to make sure that we're taking the space seriously we've got to bring credibility to the projects that deserve it and how does how do we understand. And how do we relate to projects that that we don't understand yet right. How do we understand them to begin with but if you don't actually relate to them you know it's hard but you gotta listen to the experts you gotta listen? We're not talking about like your influence our expert. You don't need to listen to Joe Blackburn saying you know this is the best product to ever exist. If you listening to me say that you know I I've been hacked but secondly it's probably probably be wrong. I've come to into my rope and it's time I've got to do something you know and that's a joke obviously but <hes> you know there are really strong. <hes> an credible people in this space that have been around not just crypto but been around for entrepreneurship. They've been around for economical reasons and they've seen you new markets. Go Up and down. The CRYPTO. Market is nothing new. This is not a brand new space as far as you know the human psychology of buying and selling tokens ends or coins or you know assets of any sort that's been around since shells were traded but you got to you become better at this. You've got to understand that people are good at this stuff and they recognize and when you follow the right people when you understand that these products are doing something it's actually legitimate you know that doesn't mean go out and buy their token that means pay attention and support them. There's a lot of projects that need people support and you don't have to spend a a single dollar to support them not a single one. You're not to buy anything there's just you know if you want Bitcoin to be successful start paying attention to projects that are doing the real things okay and always so hesitant and I'm so worried about saying names project because I don't want to look the part of a show so I don't and that's my responsibility. That's my stage age. That's that is where I have to stand and it sucks sometimes because I'm sitting there looking at these amazing projects and I'm just like oh my gosh just want to tell everybody about this but it might appear appear as if I was encouraging people to buy something that Iran and I'll always be transparent and up front about that if you own something and I'm talking about it then I will. I'll make sure that the the the community in the audience that's listening knows anyways but <hes> let's see let's go and get on. I WANNA I WANNA get Rachel. Rachel is <hes> is really doing great. Things and I've watched her. Take some some slack some flack. Should I say on social media. I don't get it you know she's she's been a great. I wouldn't even say embassador but also a liaison she someone who bridges the gap for people that it's a it's a passion that I share with Rachel that you know you wanna simplify things and allow people to understand you want to be able to to speak at a high enough level where it makes sense for those who are paying attention that had been in the space for a long time or understand the technology technology but you don't want to speak over anybody to and I really respect her and I think that she's a pioneer for both you know crypto people in general but also a woman you know I mean there's a lot of obstacles women faced in encrypt. Oh and technology you know just general and finances well that you know as a man. I don't even think about them because I don't have to worry because I'm just walking through you know I don't have to worry <unk> about you know <hes> do during Shimmy you know trying to flirt with mayor trying to use this that or the other as a as a means to to manipulate her anyway and that's not saying that Rachel can't handle herself clearly she's been able to handle herself with <hes> with class in tact and she's made it you know but it's great listening to her and getting her perspective and I appreciate the way that she answered questions. I appreciate the way she asks her questions. You know so let's get to it. I'm going to bring on and look the radio. This is what it's all about is making sure that you're following people who are doing great things in the space that are bringing attention and credibility to projects that we all want to to to help better the space I mean I can't think of another or a better word to describe what Rachel's doing is bringing attention and credibility to the space. I mean that's that's an explanation I think she hopefully she'll be proud of that. You know I mean I think she's more than just that. Of course it's not a boxing but all right. Let's go ahead and Rachel. Let's let's introduce her all right Bakley radio. We have Wolfson here. Rachel is a blockchain journalist. She is the host of the CRYPTO chick podcast and just overall. I feel like Rachel. You're pretty much involved in just about everything I hear about these days as it gets on a journalism level you know your name always keeps popping up. How's it going to win radio? Hey thanks for having me joe going well. Well thank you know I'm really excited to have you on Rachel because I've been hearing and watching you now without ever even getting a chance to meet you as a fan even as much as much as was anything but I've been able to watch you. Recently you know kind of take these steps into a powerhouse name in the in the really the podcasting in journalism space. You know you are respected selected. They tell me how the climate's been man well. I mean you know it's it's hard work. You know success didn't happen overnight and it's still hard work so Woah. I've been writing about the space since twenty seventeen and when I first heard got blockchain in the summer of two thousand seventeen no idea what it was but I thought it was super cool also like well. I'm going to continue writing about this and then from there things just started to grow and build but it definitely took time shirt and I was actually going to ask you I like what was that transition the Ford Year. Obviously you had a professional career before you got into blockchain space like what were you doing prior to your introduction into blockchain yeah so so <hes> I was actually I've been writing about tech for almost ten years now and I was working for a start four <hes> transitioned the blockchain space that is working for a deb ops startup to content marketing for them before that I was working first startup based in Tel Aviv actually in Israel they were focused on big data so I came from this background of writing about check. It just made sense in twenty seventeen when I heard about blockchain to kind of transition in release own apps as you were kind of making your way into the space and you know as as really a transition of your own mind senator taking this seriously what were people around you saying especially like you'll colleagues of the people that you're working with..
"wolfson" Discussed on When We Talk About Animals
"<music> none of us in our best days could have envisioned how far we would have come at this point by now i mean ringling brothers gone sea world changing vegan food everywhere veganism not folks who crazy anymore and so on ten years ago it would be impossible to believe any of that stuff welcome to when we talk about animals. A yale university podcast devoted to exploring the big questions animals raised about what it means to be human. I'm the morris and i'm lindsay stern in the united states today. Ten billion land animals are raised and killed for food annually. That's over nineteen thousand animals per minute about one point one million alien animals during the length of this podcast the numbers are staggering and yet as our guest today has pointed out as far as the federal law is concerned farm animals. I have no protections for how they're raised at all ten billion farm animals and almost zero legal protections. Most people assume that some legal protection exists for farm animals but that's not the reality the legal status of farm animals is different than that of other animals farm animals along with birds lab rats and mice and invertebrates like octopuses are not counted as animals at all under the country's primary federal animal protection law the animal welfare act as our guest wrote in two thousand to quote while non farmed animals do have certain legal protections albeit inadequate and poorly enforced upon which future legal developments can be based. I it is not unfair to say that as a practical matter farmed animals have no legal protection at all as far as the law is concerned. They simply do not exist. One reason for this reality is the obvious fact that people do not like to think about how farmed animals are raised and killed. This natural reluctance has been used by the farmed animal industry to perform an extraordinary legal sleight of hand. It has made farm animals disappear from the law end quote for the most part in the u._s. The law merely trusts agribusiness to treat animals decently. The law has placed the fox in charge which of guarding the henhouse it remains the reality in the u._s. Today that most farm animals have no legal protections for how they're raised but at the state level evil the legal status of farm animals is changing. Thanks largely to the remarkable vision strategic savvy and hard work of our guest david wolfson for over the three decades. David wolfson has been a hero a behind the scenes star quarterback and a highly effective orchestrator of the animal rights and welfare movements in the u._s. Imagine a passionate animal welfare activists. You're not imagining david wolfson. David is the global executive director of millbank one of the world's premier international national corporate law firms and partner of the firm's corporate group since two thousand and three at millbank he represents domestic and international companies in connection with a wide variety of business snus matters such as mergers and acquisitions private equity and venture capital investments. He has been called aptly the movements superman in addition to his his work leading millbank globally. David teaches animal law and policy at n._y._u. He has previously taught animal law at columbia harvard cordoso and meal. He is the author of a number of seminal articles and chapters on animal protection law and represents pro bono many of the leading animal protection groups including including the humane society of the united states mercy for animals and the farm sanctuary with colleagues he pioneered the first successful farm animal more protection ballot initiative in florida in two thousand and two a strategy that he has helped to replicate in many other states since when david wolfson then went to law school at columbia farmed animal law was not a field it didn't exist perhaps more so than any other person david wolfson has made it one in in doing so he has become one of the farm animals greatest modern champions david wolfson welcomed when we talk about animals pleasure to be here you play a very special special and unusual role in the animal welfare movement in that you're involved in everything in an expert in this field and yet you have an independent career so you're viewing it from a high advantage point. Can you explain what your role is. In the in the animal welfare social movement today sure am thank you both for such a lovely introduction as my <hes> my father used to make the joke saying my my my father would have been very proud and my mother would have believed you think that's how the so <hes> my role has changed you know as as the movement has progressed but as you correctly said i have been a practicing lawyer launch law firm millbank <hes> for a while i started there in nineteen ninety-three and i grew up on doing corporate transactional work but at the same time i also did pro bono work for a large number of groups and i also <hes> taught and wrote in the area of animal law and that is one of the wonderful things <hes> there are many not wonderful things about being a lawyer but one of the wonderful things about being a lawyer few so inclined can go into an environment particularly in large law firms and they will give you this platform to do many many things and so i started advising advising animal protection groups and over time we started to do different things with various teams but at the same time i kept doing what i was doing in my day job <hes> and then things just sort of developed in the last three. I'm actually now in a management role where i sort of oversee and manage the firm from globally <hes> and so i'm continuing to do my pro bono legal practice a lot but my actual private practice clients diminishes. I play more of a management role for fool. That's fascinating particularly and in recent years as corporations have been declared persons but animals have not yet you bridge to this divide how do you how do you think about that and your role approaching which is very unusual i think in terms of corporate lawyers focused for fine and for meaning and everything else on on helping animals simultaneously i think that's true in the sense that typically when you think of a lawyer that works in the animal rights movement and there are many excellent lawyers you think of them bringing litigation and working on cases and i never have done that i played a role in some of those cases as consultants advise it but that's not my specialty where i have played a role as being more on the sort of strategy and advisory side of things and then the policy work whether it be the ballot initiatives and legislation and maybe some other things things and what's been interesting of course as i'm sure other guests of yours has spoken about is that how social change occurs in the modern day is a little different than how it used to occur and so now the role of corporations the role of transparency disclosure labeling interactions with cooperation social social media campaigns. All of those things are as relevant as the most of the classic demonstrations legislation than litigation and i do think that my role roll on the sort of commercial corporate side has been very well placed as the movement switched <hes> and as it allowed me to be in the room in a whole number of situations advising my clients or understanding the situation so i've been very lucky <hes> to do that and then also i think just age experience both good and bad um has allowed me just through having a variety of roles whether it be in my corporate clients or managing low foam or understanding different strategies or working in the animal protection movement or writing teaching if you're lucky lucky enough to be able to participate in all of those areas they inevitably tend to interact and create something you know some element of knowledge plus. They can be useful in some way and whatever thing you're trying to do so. I've been very very fortunate to be in the spot. It's allowed me to as you say so to be a little bit under the radar while still playing heavily in the space <hes> behind the scenes a little bit you've written extensively on how it is that big agriculture. You're basically manages to sustain the status quo of treating animals as as tools and one of the ways is through the exception a little bit of a kind of tata legit. Can you take make us through what <hes> so as you said very nicely. At the beginning <hes> the there is no federal laws that relates to how animals are treated when the race for food from an ethical perspective a welfare perspective. Maybe some federal laws to deal with like health considerations in terms of human health considerations and sometimes they crossover <hes> so when i first got into studying the issue i attempted to determine what laws existed to deal with tafoya adams who raised for food and it all started and i think you may have heard the story before when i was in your closet. Vega should tell it again basically basically glance procrastinating. I was sitting on the library floor and columbia not doing what i should be doing. When i was in law school at columbia law school in the early ninety s and i decided sided to pull out a state statute and just read the lore on animal issues. I was interested in animal issues at that point and every state in the united states has a standard what they call anti cruelty laura law that prescribes what is or is not illegal in relation to how you treat animals and so i pulled out the local state statute full alabama or whatever it was and i read it and it was sort of interesting to me and those were the days where we had books and so you could sit on the floor library and go and pillet pull out another book and they had all of the states lined up alabama arizona <hes> you know and so on so i pulled out another one and i noticed that the second one i read had had an exemption for common normal farming practices meaning that a lot of things were prohibited by the statute but if you fell within that definition of common the normal farming practices you could do whatever you wanted. When you raise your animals food it would not violate the law so then i sat down and i basically spent a couple of hours reading every state statute for animals and i compare the list of what states had what and what states didn't and then i remembered because this was in the old days when you couldn't just hit <hes> internet link and have an updated source of a book was published <hes> it was five years old three two years old soon the law schools what they used to have these things called pocket parts and so every three months someone would come in and pull out a piece of paper from the back and put in another piece of paper and they would do that for five years and then they would just print a new book that contained all of the information formation the pocket part and what the pug part did was it would say what's happened. Since this book was published and then you'd find the section and you compare it and see if anything changed so i started looking at all the pocket parts for all of these state statutes to see what happened in las two years three or four years and i found like another eight states had amended that statutes in the lost short period of time to carve out a normal common practice so then i sort of sat down and just looked at the situation and i said okay so if you're raising animals for food in the united states what what.
"wolfson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Evan Wolfson acknowledges the stakes involved in entrenched racism in the entrench subordination of women are really for most people much greater than the this stakes involved in this sort of casual almost unthinking subordination of gay people. So in that sense. It was it was almost easier to crack not that was easy and not that it's done, but but the singularity of racism and the way in which we're carved up by race and the singularity of the experience of women and the subordination of women and the stakes in social structure around that Nate mean that you can't just immediately say, oh this work for this. So it's exactly. Same for the others. They're not the same. They're not the same. And yet the data also suggest that we are missing something important while the change in attitudes to a gay people has been building for a long time the pace of change has dramatically accelerated in recent years. Remember, we said that pro gay marriage attitudes at sixty eight percent at twenty eighteen just two years before that it was fifty nine percent for a long time. Such rapid change seemed inconceivable gays and lesbians are going to remember two thousand four eleven states passed anti gay marriage loss, President Bush wants to amend the constitution to ban gay marriage and California courts invalidated the marriages performed last spring. Now,.
"wolfson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Evan Wolfson acknowledges the stakes involved in entrenched racism in the entrench subordination of women are really most people much greater than the the stakes involved in this sort of casual almost unthinking subordination of gay people. So that's it was it was almost easier to crack not that was easy and not that it's done, but but the singularity of racism and the way in which we're carved up by race and the singularity of the experience of women, and the subordination of women this stakes in social structure around that may mean that you can't just immediately say, oh this work for this. So it's exactly the. Same for the others. They're not the same. They're not the same. And yet the data ultra suggest that we are missing something important while the change in attitudes toward gay people has been building for a long time. The pace of change has dramatically excetera did in recent years. Remember, we said that pro-gay marriage attitudes stood at sixty eight percent at twenty teen. Just two years before that it was fifty nine percent for a long time. Such rapid change seemed inconceivable gays and lesbians are going to remember two thousand four eleven states passed anti-gay marriage loss, President Bush wants to amend the constitution to ban gay marriage and California courts invalidated the marriages performed last spring. Now,.
"wolfson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"There will be so much in the future. But maybe not as the jet stand in their way. Good afternoon. Friends Jim Nance alongside of Tony Romo. Tracy Wolff said on the sidelines. An amazing story the jets just last year a new head coach a young quarterback, but fighting their way to the AFC championship and Tony Romo it's a storybook season. Like any other for this young man and Sam darnold and then Tony Romo goes in. I mean, you're telling me, you wouldn't have you know, what going on there. Tom tell me that that is a sensational. Thank you faint. Hugh, come on Christie's elite teach the young man since station all gymnasts. That is exactly it can. I don't know. What you're asking me. No. I can't see. Any of that? Or you out of your mind got up, a leave you idiot. Get got a Adam gase, I believe in the jets, generally, I kind of was supportive of the gay hired. I'm a huge Sam darnold guy. I think he I think it's arguable that Sam darnold and Levy, how are the two most talented players. The franchise has ever had. I think that's possible. So I'm optimistic use that. I think it's worth the patriots reign of terror for the gamble that year. One Adam gates and year to Sam darnold. They're going to go to the AFC championship game and beat the patriot. And that's gonna make it all word that no. Dreamy talk on Tom thumb take. I would tell you to take the headphones off. It's gotta hear me think like a fan for a second think, maybe are like, Jeff. Yeah. There you go. You're very cynical group of BP. Just gave you the optimism though. I mean, how optimistic can a jets fan possibly be before it Bordeaux across the line into utter stupidity. Hold on. Hi, very easily take things to stupidity here. Think about this. What means more be serious with yourself? What means more AFC championship win at Gillette? Jim Nance Tony Romo, Tracy Wolfson on the sidelines or AFC championship. Win at Arrowhead with Jim Nance, Tracy Wolfson on the sidelines in Tony Romo in the booth which means a little bit more to get one over Bella check. Sure. But to me the more important. Can I don't look at it yourself? You're lying. You're lying to yourself. Call you a liar. I think you're lying your own emotions though, you cannot tell me you're the one that might sound everyone chip. Okay. I was five years old when the Rangers won the Stanley Cup. I'm focused on the jets winning a Super Bowl. I'm not focused on the patriots to the point where I'm saying. It's better if they beat the patriots. I don't give a crap you will not ally jets to win anything. Let me tell you some somebody who's now I will talk fan speak. Okay. What makes two thousand sixteen sweeter? If the Cavaliers beat the Houston Rockets or they beat a Seventy-three wind Golden State team. This way, the story could have gone. Thank you. But that okay, I get it. And I understand your preference for that for the point grandiosity of your win. But the, but I I don't know. We don't know the Browns are going to get it done to the jets. In fact, it's incredibly unlikely that the Browns are jets are the team that knocks off the patriots or that the patriots go anyway, other than some goofy on their shorthanded because somebody gets hurt and a veteran team or something weird. Like the ravens do it. Again. There's going to be some weird explanation. It will not feel as as fulfilling as you think it is. And we just sacrificed all of this losing to the patriots every year for this moment when we could have just seen other drama that didn't involve the free compatriots. And then we wouldn't be talking about the freaking patriots right now. I know that other jets fans see it. I know that other that other Texans fans and chiefs and ravens and Browns fan seat. You can't see you can't you can't see it. It's a shame. It's a Lia. Can I just three died with you? You can't tell me it would be better. If you were playing the patriots, and the and you just said, minimally, I think it would be huge. If that's why. That's why villains are villains. Because it means that much more to beat them winning the Super Bowl is more important to me than beating the patriots the Baghdadi patriots in the playoffs. It doesn't feel that great. If you don't win the whole thing, you gotta bet that joker. He has the penguin. He has great villains. When he beats them. He doesn't have some guy named Hector who's knocking off boat data's on east one hundred and fourth street, give Batman one sometimes. Is pointing it out. I mean my God eventually you'll want someone's going to beat them, right? -obably age probably injury. Who knows man? The other problem with this is not just Brady. It's too freaks. So that's the thing. What just happened to Mahomes? It wasn't Mahomes his fault. It was bad team building. And the game wasn't coached particularly well down the stretch. And so they lost. But it wasn't even on the court. It's not even about necessarily just beating Brady you have to overcome this. I just think if I'm talented duo. I know there's a dude in Texas right now who you play music again. I know we're out we're out of time. I lay that same scenario out like you sit down to watch the Texans on the road AFC championship game at you let stadium. Holy god. Forget the Viagra. You got it already buddy. You got it already. Magin? This will be the first Super Bowl for Houston. Right there. Come on. Forget about it. Eight five five two one two four CBS coming up next. Yeah. I gotta talk about Antonio Brown because he still might be someone emulate just hear me out on that. And also you remember how old thirty four seemed when you were twenty.
"wolfson" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"She wasn't an American Egyptian. She had never lived in the United States until we met ro boy and just beat we met, you know, it's one of those amazing things which has met in my house. So I. Wait. Let me see if I should never never been the United States. But but you bet your house never lived in visit a few times. Yeah. But the sort version of that is that you know, I was writing for this TV show called fairly legal and at the time when I was writing for it was about a lawyer who lived on a boat, and I was a lawyer who lived on a boat. And so I was like, you know, first day in the room. I have job security fired. And then the first thing that the show runner is named Peter Akot said was. Well, got bad news for you. First of all, everyone should disabuse yourself themselves of the notion that this is a law show because it's really about the character. So it's not a law show. And I'm like, okay. Well, at least I live on a boat. That's what I'm saying to myself. And then he said and network hates the boat. They're going to blow it up. Oh, feel like my whole day would this shop. And then it just got worse because he said before we blow up the boat we need to figure out. What is it mean? Let's use this. Our I exercise rider. What does it mean? Was it represent to be a dull to be a lawyer who lives on a boat, and I'm getting nervous in what they're gonna say. And the first thing they say is a response. Peter Pan complex, but your doesn't want to grow up island antisocial all the sorts of and Finally I blurred out. All right. I live on the boat and everyone thought I was being self effacing. It was a joke. They all laughed, but then they realize I was serious up laughing. I put the boat on the market the next day because you know, maybe that's maybe that's why I'm still single. That's the information. I'm sending the universe said bought the house and civil that you've seen, and I took me nine months to furnish it, and, you know, plant the trees around Bill, the amphitheater, I have an amphitheater and all that sort of stuff. And then the day it's literally like the day. It's done. I come home to my house. I walk in and there's this beautiful Mediterranean woman. Standing in my living room. I look at her and like I'm gonna marry her and she had the same feeling about me. And that was my ex wife. What would you do there? She was visiting my best friend who is who was who's not thumbing surgeon, and she had been a patient of his that he befriended. And he was staying with me in the house, Craig? Yeah. So, and it was it was, you know, she'd been the state several times, but she didn't live there until she moved in with me tips for dry. I know I've talked about you. I will make that connection. But your he's he's right now in in Thailand writing a book, but I seem to gets back. Yeah. Easy. Interesting guy. Yeah. Up the modules are very smart on easy, those residencies, and we'll Roger as always is a privilege to spend time with you just joined so much and I- writers action dot com. People go be a part of it Roger Wolfson dot com as well. Right. Yes. And Twitter at Raja underscore Wolfson to say for wrap it up. I just really enjoy spending time with you. And if it takes takes being on your show or hang out. I'll be on the show anytime. Okay. Gary anything. You're welcome anytime. Thank you..
"wolfson" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
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"wolfson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Even though Wilson has never had legal status in the US. He wasn't worried about sponsoring Yancey and sending his personal information to the government. He says he knew or are was separate from ice. And that their job is to help kids like Yancey. About twenty years ago, congress directed the agency to find homes for migrant children and to act in the child's best interest. It does not enforce immigration laws. Oh are did take care of UNC for weeks while Wilson put all the paperwork together UNC remembers during that time she looked forward to Monday's. That's when she got a weekly ten minute phone, call with her dad. Using. At present. She says the minutes always seem to fly by my name is a. Fans of the opposing. Echo moscow. Yen-si tells me imagine I was there for so long feeling so lonely, and he would tell me to be patients that everything would work out and it did for a while. Anyway. After three months of back and forth. Oh are approved. Wolfson's a sponsor Yancey. He was asked to pick her up at the Philadelphia airport to meet her at the gate going through the TSA point Wilson remembers feeling nervous for the first time nervous because he was here without legal status. He felt vulnerable around so much security, but that fear quickly melted. The moment he saw his daughter. The lobby.
Former Senate security director pleads leads guilty to lying to FBI
"Committee aid has pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI. It's a felony charge. James Wolfe says he misled investigators about his contacts with reporters and pure national Justice. Correspondent Carrie Johnson is at the courthouse here in Washington high carry hi Mary Louise, start with reminding us who is James Wolfe. How did he get onto law enforcement's radar in the first place James wealth is fifty seven years old and he worked as the security director for the Senate intelligence committee for twenty eight of those years. He's often been in the background of those pictures, you see of well-known people who were going in to testify or provide interviews as part of the congressional investigation into Russian election interference. He's for instance, the guy behind the scenes guiding President Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen in into and out of the Senate off. This building. But we'll himself came under scrutiny as part of a leak probe into who may have leaked the notion that Carter page at Trump campaign adviser may have been the subject of a secret foreign intelligence surveillance court warrant and wolf in that interview lied to the FBI in December twenty seventeen about his contacts with reporters. Now, I mentioned you're at the courthouse. You were in court this afternoon for this hearing how did it play out? Th did this plea deal comes surprise? You know, I can't really say it's a surprise everson's wolf was indicted in June. It seemed as if things were moving in the direction of a plea deal. Prosecutors had copies of his electric messages with reporters taxed encrypted messaging, apps, and that made it a hard case to defend now. Wolf was charged this year with three felony counts of lying, but in this plea deal hell, only plead guilty to one which means he likely faces zero to six months in prison and the judge Kettani Brown Jackson. Let him go home today as long as he promises to return on December. The twentieth for sentencing dude, wolf himself speak in court today. He did the judge asked him point blank did you knowingly and willfully make a false statement of the FBI about your dealings with reporters and Wolfson? Yes. He broke down a few times got emotional in choked up, especially when the judge told him there would be no trial in as a felon. He couldn't vote or serve on a jury or own a firearm his defense lawyer Preston Burton patted him on the back and handed him some tissues on occasions throughout this hearing. And the defense lawyers also pointing out wolf was not charged with and did not admit to sharing any classified information. The defense team also says they're going to emphasize his long public service when he sentenced later this year, put this into context for us because the Trump administration has made a point of saying it wants to crack down on leaks and on leakers. Does this case represent that in fact happening and are they doing more beyond this case? You know, this effort is a little ironic because this administration the Trump administration is among the leakiest in the last thirty or forty years, they have their Justice department has charge people in the FBI in other intelligence agencies with sharing secrets with reporters. And there are lots of ongoing investigations, we don't hear about much the FBI of courses quietly working many of these cases, and even when they don't charge a compromise or a leak of classified information like they did not in this James Wolfe case for people who are interrogated or investigated by the FBI. There is always a risk that they could charge you with lying to investigators. Instead, that's exactly what happened to James Wolfe here and could be happening down the line with other subjects and targets of government