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"zepa" Discussed on Túnel de vento
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"zepa" Discussed on Die Werbebande
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"zepa" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!
"So if you could Go and put a stop to this day. Great in batman. Kinda you know lays the jim like. You can't handle the yourselves in. The boys can't do this. Like i have to go out there and find the joker you guys should be worrying about selena And so once again. Batman very foul mood and i get it. You're sick and a dangerous lunatic is out there. Who's probably killing people as you talk to commissioner gordon but come on man have a bad heart And so he he does decide to go out there and look for selena and he finds her and now this is Would stand in place of as being like the ghost of christmas past. Yes and this is very cool way because we really see here is Really wanting to remind bruce of Of what she calls the good old days Like the cat and mouse chase which is ironic actually because in the collection of the christmas. Carol won't recall that. Chris past actually highlighted for evans earlier. That hey life used to be pretty good view to bra. You know remember you had a young romance. You had this romantic fling with this young woman and there were gerald good times and they had like depending on the depiction you watch or read or whatever have you. You'll see them like playing in snow and having a great all fun just romantic data time just like nothing that reflects on the current ebony scrooge when we were introduced earlier kind of the same thing here where we like batman chasing down selena having their flirtatious like balanced back and forth. Like you're a criminal anita put you in versus over like flirting dance. You know zepa meho dances between super. Well better mayo. Excuse me whatever last. Americanized it. And i try to put an accent somewhere between All right hey. If you like it. I love it but now what also is really cool about this too. Was that Swims approach. Here's that she she legitimately wants to just kinda have fun and in her mind like vid vessels. It's always been a gauge. She doesn't care about the jaws in this particular instance. Hey bats come on which doing tonight in a sexual way. Just more come on. Let's play our game. Yeah i mean because there's a game that she can't play with anyone else and it's one of those things where you know we see like i said kind of those flashbacks here of Those two kind of going at it with the whole chase sequence throughout history that also even gave us a his interpretation of like the old cat woman get up mistaken like what is your age. Yeah like the old thing that makes her look like a dagger was.
"zepa" Discussed on Southern Tomfoolery Plays
"Okay. Twenty three, four Zepa. Twenty eight for Kuyper. Dirty twenty. One hundred fell. Now a twenty. Twenty, one, twenty, one. You, all. Pass because you're able to see what's GonNa happen in your you cover your eyes preventing yourself from being blinded. you. Look back out what you see in front of you. Is a giant. Mining robot. Show you the picture this. Okay. in it is activated. Course, of course, it is. Picture this bad boy. Oh. It's like a for real for real. Does a mining robot need a sword so I will tell you what's going on here you halley. Rust colored four armed. Excavator robot. And It has to giant arms on the end of one is a large drill in on the other end is a magma plasma blade. That you would think would be used to cut through rock. Directly in its chest is a giant speaker. This whole thing sits on top of some tank treads and it is coming directly for you as we a roll for initiative. Let's get initiative. Eighteen. On the initiative. Mia Fifteen Zeba. I mean it's like the size of Mike's head. what are you? GonNa do hyper. Gosh. What is Kinda going to do against this adversary? So kuyper actually is going to. I. Well. I didn't actually announce this. So I'll just go ahead and just use move move action has for hide. And he's going and that's all he's GonNa do for his turn right now says, well, he can downgrade a standard action. So yes, I'm going to downgrade a standard action and actually come up behind. And head. West I'm GonNa just try to find a little alcove right here. Just a pitch a pitch my spot. Yes. You just kind of take advantage of the monning robot having their attention on Ziva and Mike, and also with your corruption ability. able to just kind of blend into the shadows and hide in a little other like feed to crevice and comes into this opening. It is the robots term. The robot is going to full attack. With its integrated L. D. screamer. So you see the speaker. In its chest just start going. and. Like this. Awful like. Brown. Note just emits from chest I attack is going to Ziva..
"zepa" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"On less. They change what humans they have to go at us out of genetic level and change us and I'm going not only. Can they do it pre? Conception. Pre Birth they can get you in changer. DNA. After, you're born as a human as an adult and what you're passing on to the next generation when we started to do this kind of coverage and talking about this, then you write your, you had your book plague. Then you have plagued corruption sequel. Now, that's getting all kinds of attention plan democ the movie that's a trailer, a twentysomething minute twenty, three minute trailer that's got every all freaked out and they're trying to squash it and central it from everywhere we put it upon. Interplanetary file sharing the where a ha ha ha ha here is oh, my God everything that we've been talking about for years all the sudden is now front page news and they're actually doing it and Dr Judy is. I don't know what? Prophetic I mean, you know clairvoyant or you just know. So now the question is I'm prefacing the question here is that now the question is, is all this stuff was happening. It wasn't really until just even maybe the last year that you started to put it all together and in your book plager- corruption that you understood who is behind it why they were behind it, what they're doing with it the bigger plan I don't think you really saw you conspiratorial enough before. When did it start to come together and what came together that you can see what their real plan was It basically, that's why the book plague of. Because it really came together between the years. So our first play was was impressed in August of fourteen, and that's the first time I saw. Brian Hooker or met Brian Hooker and saw the talk he gave about the Thomson fraud in the end the whole. You know the subject of VACs to backs and the whole idea that the m are can cause autism constant produce repeating audience knows this is one of the CDC. Science. Scientists settled. He was one of the scientists at the CDC he knew wasn't settled. He knew it was a lie. He kept the evidence they finally one of the doctors researcher Dr Hooker did a Freedom of information request and he supplied them with. Yeah. They lied to us. They know now he's in a basement somewhere. They got him giving him his salary. He's playing pong or something, and they're calling him to go testify before Congress note CD says he's not allowed. This is how bad it is and then Dr Judy plagued corruption book. Right, and so we we realize that was after our first book was done. So we thought that we thought the problem of mixing mouse tissues and all we do in our vaccine research, the animal tissues, the aborted fetal tissue, how we manufacture these shots we we thought. We had no idea with blanket had anything to do with that. All we knew was the blood supply was heavily contaminated and had been so since the early days of HIV. So the minute I saw the CDC. Plan and what Brian Hooker revealed after ten years of freedom of Information Act to get somebody to tell the truth then with from two thousand, fourteen to two when it was published April fourteen, twenty twenty, I think the book covered the next five years as we uncover more and more and more fraud at every level of government, and then realize why they went after me with with that with that level. Of course, you had the smoking gun you show what they were doing you the evidence and they knew it that's why they freak. Correct and so this is yeah, they we had the evidence and that's why they freaked. So it's you know and that's why our book looks like. Prophetic because it is. We knew exactly and they they told it. They predicted they asked for quarantine officers in November. Oh, it wasn't a coincidence that are book was supposed to come out November November fifth and so and so they were they're hiring things you know trying to make this go away before it happens and hope that they can distract everybody and that's what they've done all along. So you know Zepa Y- Zepa. Seventeen Bola fourteen distract buddy has an as. This trump into the office you know. So they promises old loss electric. Pictured there might truth about Cancer Doctors without g standing right there with Hillary. Hillary sorry Antoni Bounty Francis ballots, hero Barb Holdout was writing two thousand eleven right when they made I'm a little obsessed with my magic mud several years ago I met Jessica on the founder and CEO of my magic button and I even know my teeth were coffee stained a week's worth of use convinced me and now I.
Denying marriage claim, justices OK James Brown's dying wish
"Thank South the Carolina Supreme you think Linda Supreme Court is to is inject Court rejecting has more ruled money unanimously president into the British trump's economy that bid singer to James in end an attempt the brown's legal to protections contain last partner the damage for was some caused not six by the legally hundred corona fifty virus married thousand outbreak to him young I'm immigrants marquees earlier are in let the up year wow with the latest the U. K. central the decision bank had is amazing warned of the he deep Senate recession democratic in which he's the leader economy Chuck Schumer was expected says fourteen to he shrink cried years by around after James twenty when learning Brown five died the percent High his Court in dying the second voted wish quarter to is reject a major step the ending trump closer administration the first to being carried half arguments of the out year twenty that the south program seven Carolina's percent known justices as smaller daca than ruled it was is this at the illegal week end that of twenty Tommy nineteen ray the hi program neat failed covers to people but annul now who've a been the previous in bank the U. believes marriage S. illegally the recession and therefore since will be they less was were not kids severe to than brown's it first wife at least thought at for the time now of his they the bank's death remain deputy protected governor Browns for will from monetary deportation called policy for Ben the creation and Broadbent can of keep a trust has working announced to help in that America educate the first needy hop children contraction Chief Justice funded would John more by brown's likely Roberts be music in joined the twenty royalties the court's percent liberal range attorneys members in in the a this five case one a four brown is signs had ruling of few improving assets a stunning consumer and the estate's collection backdrop value your and is rebuke a in pickup music of in the and the president housing movie royalties markets and the second and nevertheless major the marketing liberal of the bronze outcome we likeness have seems at the High inevitable Court this week the U. K. after is Monday's careening ruling towards that one it's of its legal deepest recession to fire zepa people for being Karen gay Thomas or London transgender Sager mag ani Washington
"zepa" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast
"Mosquito borne infections like Zepa Dangi malaria and she can. Cause millions of deaths each year, many different approaches have been tried to prevent their bites, bednets, asides, fumigation, and genetic controls Nicole. Colbert and colleagues wrote this week in science robotics about a new way to deal with deadly mosquitos. Using Drones Hainkel has there. How are you pretty good? How are you and thank you very much? This approach with drones it starts with a type of genetic control used for tapping down mosquito populations. How does that part work began a mass fear them and and big laboratories there sterilize, and then take into the fields, and then ultimately released trying to integrate them into the wild population with females, so if there's a bunch of sterile males out there. There the females are not going to have very much reproductive success exactly so when a sterile mating occurs the stereo mail transfer Cerro sperm to the female, and thus ingesting a form of thoroughly within the wild population, which, if done over time with weekly release for example you can sort of suppress population dumbed quite a low level. Why has this type of method been adopted, say instead of pesticides or fumigating the area and trying to just kill all the tax. So this is a technique that was developed in the nineteen fifties. It's been used successfully against particularly agricultural pests, such as fruit flies very environmentally friendly technique. It does not have any impact on the non target organisms. Pesticides are becoming more and more regular. It's around. The world's insecticides are purchasing resistance than the population of Mosquitos and become less effective over time, and at the same time we're seeing an increase in mosquito populations around the world. It is l. pictures is managed to. Arise from the forests of Asia on colonize every continent besides toxic in the last four years then get incidents is increasing dramatically, and in light of this whol of express an urgent need for attorney mosquito control methods. Why would you need to use a drone for this method of population control in previous sterilization technique pilot trials with excuse, they've always been carried out from the ground to move towards an operational level area is most likely the way that will be going forward. Offers many advantages over grind release. You can cover much larger. And a much shorter time. It's also much more cost effective. You have less vehicles on the ground. Less labor costs associated <unk> less gasoline an idea that he's drawing. Is that once? You purchase that you have a one time cost? It's capable of flying for Bremner <unk>. Say Twenty Twenty five minutes. You could perhaps carry a few hundred thousand a week. I, read a little bit less, but it is possible with. With upscaling to carry a little bit more and offers a possibility to cover quite a large area and a relatively short time. I was surprised to learn that. Mosquitoes don't travel very far. Even though they can fly, they gonNA. Stick around where they are, and so it makes sense to drop them all over the place said of releasing them from one centralized spot. That's very true. That's particularly true of eighties Egypt. It's estimated to disperse fifty to a hundred meters in its lifetime so very short distances by grind. It would just be so much more tedious, but if you have a drawn, you can just go up there and ensure you're making a a nice homogenous distribution with your release, and perhaps aiden with the dispersal. When you tested this I in the lab. What did you have to optimize to get this little carrier that you made that attached to the drone? What did you have to focus on to get it to work? It was a really intensive twelve months in the lab. There was so many things that had to be optimized both from our side, and also on the side of the the X. Ngo that we were collaborating with we need to. To look at things like the idea of storage temperature traditionally when be up to the release of sterile insects, usually in a chilled state, so they're sleeping. We needed to know what the best temperature was for that, and also when we have kept them asleep I alone. Hell long did it take to wake up after they've been sleeping and that's particularly important when releasing by air because you want them to wake up before they reach the ground. Out Results, minutely bill determined the height that you can actually fly the drone up, so we were looking at that as well as things like the level of compaction, we want to try carry many mosquitoes in one flight as we can, but when you put look of them, you're talking tens of thousands one box. They're going to be weighed down on top of each other and the ones that the boom bill eventually become damaged, so we can optimize in the. The maximum amount that we could put in one canister, and ultimately how many Mosquitos could release per flight? Another parameter we look that was wind resistance. When you're flying a drone a certain speed, there's going to be quite effective wind when they come drawn, so we wanted to know have affected our I mean does disease damage wings can this fly is lethal? So we made wind tunnel Metex observe flight ability after being subjected to various speeds of wind and we. We also looked at the drop speed again to determine the height of release. So when you drop a sleeping skew, have quickly. Does it full and again that would help determine the height of release
A drone that fights mosquito-borne illnesses
"Mosquito borne infections like Zepa Dangi malaria and she can. Cause millions of deaths each year, many different approaches have been tried to prevent their bites, bednets, asides, fumigation, and genetic controls Nicole. Colbert and colleagues wrote this week in science robotics about a new way to deal with deadly mosquitos. Using Drones Hainkel has there. How are you pretty good? How are you and thank you very much? This approach with drones it starts with a type of genetic control used for tapping down mosquito populations. How does that part work began a mass fear them and and big laboratories there sterilize, and then take into the fields, and then ultimately released trying to integrate them into the wild population with females, so if there's a bunch of sterile males out there. There the females are not going to have very much reproductive success exactly so when a sterile mating occurs the stereo mail transfer Cerro sperm to the female, and thus ingesting a form of thoroughly within the wild population, which, if done over time with weekly release for example you can sort of suppress population dumbed quite a low level. Why has this type of method been adopted, say instead of pesticides or fumigating the area and trying to just kill all the tax. So this is a technique that was developed in the nineteen fifties. It's been used successfully against particularly agricultural pests, such as fruit flies very environmentally friendly technique. It does not have any impact on the non target organisms. Pesticides are becoming more and more regular. It's around. The world's insecticides are purchasing resistance than the population of Mosquitos and become less effective over time, and at the same time we're seeing an increase in mosquito populations around the world. It is l. pictures is managed to. Arise from the forests of Asia on colonize every continent besides toxic in the last four years then get incidents is increasing dramatically, and in light of this whol of express an urgent need for attorney mosquito control methods. Why would you need to use a drone for this method of population control in previous sterilization technique pilot trials with excuse, they've always been carried out from the ground to move towards an operational level area is most likely the way that will be going forward. Offers many advantages over grind release. You can cover much larger. And a much shorter time. It's also much more cost effective. You have less vehicles on the ground. Less labor costs associated less gasoline an idea that he's drawing. Is that once? You purchase that you have a one time cost? It's capable of flying for Bremner Say Twenty Twenty five minutes. You could perhaps carry a few hundred thousand a week. I, read a little bit less, but it is possible with. With upscaling to carry a little bit more and offers a possibility to cover quite a large area and a relatively short time. I was surprised to learn that. Mosquitoes don't travel very far. Even though they can fly, they gonNA. Stick around where they are, and so it makes sense to drop them all over the place said of releasing them from one centralized spot. That's very true. That's particularly true of eighties Egypt. It's estimated to disperse fifty to a hundred meters in its lifetime so very short distances by grind. It would just be so much more tedious, but if you have a drawn, you can just go up there and ensure you're making a a nice homogenous distribution with your release, and perhaps aiden with the dispersal. When you tested this I in the lab. What did you have to optimize to get this little carrier that you made that attached to the drone? What did you have to focus on to get it to work? It was a really intensive twelve months in the lab. There was so many things that had to be optimized both from our side, and also on the side of the the X. Ngo that we were collaborating with we need to. To look at things like the idea of storage temperature traditionally when be up to the release of sterile insects, usually in a chilled state, so they're sleeping. We needed to know what the best temperature was for that, and also when we have kept them asleep I alone. Hell long did it take to wake up after they've been sleeping and that's particularly important when releasing by air because you want them to wake up before they reach the ground. Out Results, minutely bill determined the height that you can actually fly the drone up, so we were looking at that as well as things like the level of compaction, we want to try carry many mosquitoes in one flight as we can, but when you put look of them, you're talking tens of thousands one box. They're going to be weighed down on top of each other and the ones that the boom bill eventually become damaged, so we can optimize in the. The maximum amount that we could put in one canister, and ultimately how many Mosquitos could release per flight? Another parameter we look that was wind resistance. When you're flying a drone a certain speed, there's going to be quite effective wind when they come drawn, so we wanted to know have affected our I mean does disease damage wings can this fly is lethal? So we made wind tunnel Metex observe flight ability after being subjected to various speeds of wind and we. We also looked at the drop speed again to determine the height of release. So when you drop a sleeping skew, have quickly. Does it full and again that would help determine the height of release
UK's recession 'less bad' than thought, Bank of England
"Thank you think Linda is to inject more money into the British economy in an attempt to contain the damage caused by the corona virus outbreak earlier in the year the U. K. central bank had warned of the deep recession in which the economy was expected to shrink by around twenty five percent in the second quarter ending the first half of the year twenty seven percent smaller than it was at the end of twenty nineteen but now the bank believes the recession will be less severe than it first thought the bank's deputy governor for monetary policy Ben Broadbent has announced that the first hop contraction would more likely be in the twenty percent range this one is signs of improving consumer backdrop and a pickup in the housing markets nevertheless the outcome seems inevitable the U. K. is careening towards one of its deepest recession zepa Karen Thomas London
UK's recession 'less bad' than thought, Bank of England
"Thank the Supreme you think Linda Court is to is inject rejecting more money president into the British trump's economy bid to in end an attempt the legal to protections contain the damage for some caused six by the hundred corona fifty virus thousand outbreak young immigrants earlier in the year wow the U. K. central the decision bank had is amazing warned of the deep Senate recession democratic in which the leader economy Chuck Schumer was expected says to he shrink cried by around twenty when learning five the percent High Court in the second voted quarter to reject the ending trump administration the first half arguments of the year twenty that the program seven percent known as smaller daca than it was is at the illegal end of twenty nineteen the program covers people but now who've been the in bank the U. believes S. illegally the recession since will be they less were kids severe than it first at least thought for now they the bank's remain deputy protected governor for from monetary deportation policy Ben and Broadbent can keep has working announced in that America the first hop contraction Chief Justice would John more likely Roberts be in joined the twenty the court's percent liberal range members in a this five one four is signs ruling of improving a stunning consumer collection backdrop your and rebuke a pickup of in the the president housing markets and the second nevertheless major liberal the outcome we have seems at the High inevitable Court this week the U. K. after is Monday's careening ruling towards that one it's of its legal deepest recession to fire zepa people for being Karen gay Thomas or London transgender Sager mag ani Washington
Tons of food delivered to families on Pine Ridge as part of COVID-19 relief efforts
"This is national. Native News Antonio Gonzales, running strong for American, Indian Youth has delivered twenty two tons of food to families on the Pine Ridge Reservation in south, Dakota as part of Covid nineteen relief efforts boxes with fruits, vegetables, proteins and grains have been delivered across the reservation field coordinator Dave Lone elk says accessing food during the pandemic has been of concern with stay at home, orders and recent lockdowns of the reservation. To some of the local grocery stores within hours distances. Are you know it's far between when we're having a hard time getting there to get the groceries, and so we're left with the few grocery stores that are on the reservation which tend to be. Around four grocery stores, but when you're dealing with the. reservation full people right around ten thousand you know. RUN, out of out of stock, running strong also distributes clothing has heating and water programs along with providing other seasonal assistants. Reach out, and we help each other. If we have extra, we give that. Toby determine well. How much we get to each other, not how much we approve, and so you've been doing very good in our efforts. Several Cova nineteen orders remain in place on the reservation, including stay at home and nightly curfews as of Tuesday. There were twenty-six positive cove nineteen cases on the Pine Ridge reservation according to the Oglala Sioux tribes. Cove Response Task Force. The Rosebud Sioux tribe wants to create the largest native American owned managed Bison Herd in North America Seth Tupper was South Dakota public broadcasting has more with Zepa. Has a big vision for Bison. On the Rosebud reservation. He wants to build a herd of fifteen hundred animals and processing facility to provide food and economic development for tribal members. He says now is the perfect time for the project. The COVID nineteen outbreaks at packing plants and meet shortages and stores have consumers looking for different ways to get their food we we've always felt that our work was around. It will self sufficiency and. You know empowering families and doing good by people, and in the world in the environment, and we've always felt that work was important but I. Think what has happened with the coronavirus pandemic is that the world has told us that that our work is not only important, but that it is urgent little elk is CEO of the Rosebud Economic Development Corporation with help from the World Wildlife Fund. Fund, the corporation plans to convert cattle pastures on the reservation to a bison range of forty square miles. The Development Corporation will get excess bison from the Interior Department which manages a number of herds including those in national parks. Little Oak says the grass-fed Bison will be killed and slaughtered humanely. Basically what that Games is treating Buffalo Buffalo in not treating them like cattle. I, they'll replace cattle. Cattle fences with bigger sturdier fences for Bison. The first animals are scheduled for delivery. This fall and a feasibility study for processing plant will begin soon for national native news I'm Seth Tupper in rapid city South Dakota some native candidates running for Congress. When Tuesday's primary election unofficial results show, the Shoshoni tribes congratulated tribal members. Rudy Soto Impala Jordan on social media Tuesday night after Idaho's election Jordan. Jordan seeking to serve in the US Senate and so two in the house. Both are Democrats in New Mexico Congresswoman deb Haaland Laguna. Pueblo did not have a Democratic challenger in the primary. She'll seek another term Yvette. Herald Cherokee nation won the Republican nomination for us. House seat to other native candidates in New Mexico who ran for Congress lost Republicans Lisa Martinez and Gavin Clarkson I'm Antonia
"zepa" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"That you control you can call and talk about whatever is on your mind that toll. Free Number's eight five. Five four five zero three seven three three in which tonight it's Conan and before we left off we were discussing this man who has been confined to his home by a police guard stationed nearby. So that's the truth of this whole self quarantining stuff were being fed. Is that like everything with the government itself imposed to a point until you refuse to obey until you refuse to comply correct point. You're no longer voluntarily paying your taxes. That's right but you proposed right there at the end that this could be seen as an aggressive mood other minds on this on this on this part. I mean it's kind of like I mean what if he had a an axe and he was talking about actually using it on people and he wants to go into this grocery store. I mean that's an aggressive move on his part he's dangerous is that they're no one's. GonNa let him go in. There is knowingly infecting someone with HIV an active aggression absolutely then then infecting someone with Corona virus has to be as well. But we're even if the injury is lesser for the average person is still an injury. Yeah but it's so much less you so much less. I mean we're talking about saying he speaks executed. I mean we're talking about flu. Levels of death percentage which is like less than one percent all the way up to maybe three percent as far as as the death rate of the of the The Wuhan flu well the nineteen from HIV has fallen a lot as well. But it's a lot more than it is a lot more than three percent. I mean it's a lot more blatant I mean. Especially if this guy doesn't have that so he he probably even had the symptoms. That's the other thing about this silly silly. But Hamilton he had the disease. He was tested positive but like a lot of people. Would you and I might be both sick right now. I'm for sure sick right now. Well I must say for two and a half freaking month yes we might have to get the corona virus so I can know there will be an end to whatever. I'm sick with if we go get tested. We'll probably be tested positive. And I'm sick as well so I mean who knows how that's and that's why that three percent is probably way too too elevated because a lot of people might have this and they aren't dying then have been tested in a not ever going to get tested so that three percent is probably crazily inflated. It's probably more like the flu. The death rate of the Krona the Wuhan Fluids Cove in nineteen probably more like the the the regular flu that we deal with every single year except this one is just look what it's doing. It's it's driving people insane. Let's go to the phones. We got rusty calling from Texas Rusty. You're on free talk live. Yeah how'd you guys just change subject a little bit here It turns out the club. Vice really impact The older generation so I was wanting to get your thoughts on the mean. That's going around about People are terminate to boomer remover wondering if you thought that was ages store a kind of gallows humor or jokingly called it. They boomer boomer earlier. It's certainly a joke in bad taste but absolutely but I make plenty of those but I mean if you look at the big picture all these boomers retire. And they're they're they're not helping the economy. They're not going to help the situation that we're entering into. I think if this doesn't kill him Eaton Eaton not having a dog food to eat is going to kill them in the coming years cafe cabin. I were discussing earlier because by by by virtue of being I have enough cat food to last my cats the next six months and enough human food to last me. I don't know a week. Maybe you need to go shopping. There was there was food yesterday. There was food is food today. I just going shopping. Now hate it yet while you're not gonNA get any pasta. It's all gone. That's fine. I'm not going to Cook Pasta. One takes more than dumping cannon to a pot and hitting it. I'm not going to bother one of the original conspiracy. Theories was that this disease was engineered by the Chinese to actually alleviate them of some of their elderly. The other one of course is to stop the Hong Kong riots but the Hong Kong protests. Excuse me but So there are lots of ones out there but yeah this is this because it only affects the elderly down a list here. It does not only affect the elderly but like the flu. And you Monja and things like that. If it's going to kill someone is generally going to be the elderly elderly work at Pass on US get rate. It's been said that'd be the largest wealth transfer in the in our lifetime just because the amount of money that would lead to their inheritance. What impact do you think that might have on the economy and you think stocks are way way over inflated and that would cause it further you know let's go warranty recession or depression or It depends I guess it depends on it. The family actually get the inheritance or the government. Scoops it up. I I don't. I don't think we're getting out of this this depression. I don't I don't care. How many of the elderly die. The problem is is. It's it's every. Let's let's correct that statement. You do care. Every generation has their problems The boomers are they have a lot of the wealth and all but I mean they're also Just sucking down medical like like you wouldn't believe it so I mean if you were to take them out of the pay out of the equation That would free up a whole lot of problems but the healthcare is not going to get cheaper. It's just gonNa keep going up just like everything else is going up. I don't know a lot of the money is going to go into the hands of people who are bad with money. Yeah who's to save a lot of these elderly? There that are dying are already in that situation living paycheck to paycheck as well are living off his living off social security and having a hard time of it would be the ones most likely to die simply because you know. They can't afford to keep their heat at sixty eight or whatever. Yeah and by the way. So the eighty eighty plus are taking the they're the brunt of the The deaths from this disease and lower substantially. When you get I think under sixty yet. So forty to forty nine. It's non-existence starting about fifteen down is nonexistent. It's not even happening is tragic but to be clear. I'm not a fan of people dying INC to me. That makes me very sad. I will use gallows humor and say Bouma Dermot and things like that as a way of coping with it. But I'm not in the least happy that you know people or the week people with asthma. Whatever or lung conditions are likely to be killed by this? That's horrible to me. The gallows humor the boomer. Boomer jokes are ways of coping with that reality. So thank you so much for the call as far as the effects. I don't know I think it's probably a wash. I think CONAN is probably right. A fair number of these older people are living just off of social security. You do have a lot of older people with money but you also have a fair number of older people who were just drags on the system. And I'm sorry I don't like describing anyone as a drag on the system but financially. Yeah a person is either contributing to the overall wealth of society or they're deducting from it yet while I'll say it you have a lot of parasites out there. You have a lot of people who are not creating their only sucking it all down parasites. That's you know they're not. They're not contributing and they might have at some point in their life But the but they retired way too early and they just suck and the second on the teat and And you and I are. We're going to have to pick it up. We're going to have to pick up the pieces yet. Because we're not going because we have we already have the virus reproof they were gonNA survive. We're GONNA get through this for sure why we already have the virus. 'cause I'm 'cause I think we all have it. You're probably right just like Zepa. 'cause I grown up in Florida and bitten by thousands of mosquitoes and look at me. I'm doing just fine but we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA survive all this and we are going to have to pick up this crap. It's all over the street. Well that's what it means to be. A millennial is to exist and have to pick up the crap left from all of the previous generations and that's what the previous generations had to do as well but it does seem except one said. The boomers boomers had a good life. Yes yes they had a real good lay down their parents. I think it was a silent generation. Not so much but they had a good life and of course we had the xers which is on the part.
Eating For Better Health
"In this episode of the Doctor Pharmacy. We're going to focus on chronic disease. And what the solutions are to solve this epidemic. But first we have to really understand the scope of the problem and the cause of the problem. In America. Six out of ten Americans have chronic disease. Four out of ten Americans have multiple chronic diseases. It affects more than every other person in America and globally. It's increasing eighty percent of the world's chronic disease and obesity is in the developing world. This is not just a first world problem. This is a global problem and a recent study the global burden of disease study which looked at populations all over the world one hundred ninety five countries over twenty seven year period. Found remarkable thing that eleven million people die every year from eating too much of the bad food. None of the good food. Not Enough Hole on real unprocessed foods and too much of the bad stuff processed foods ultra processed foods sugar sweetened beverages refined grains trans fats and so forth and not only that account for eleven million desk but two hundred fifty five million years of disability and life years lost. What was striking was not. Only was it the presence of the bad foods but it was the absence of the good foods that contribute to the problem. Now if there was a disease like Zepa or a Bola that was killing. Eleven million people year. There'd be a global effort to solve this problem. There'd be businesses. Scientists policymakers philanthropist. Everybody'd be pouring resources into this but this is silent. Nobody is focused on dealing with the issue of food that was recently at a conference milken. Global Conference listening to a panel of leading thinkers and actors and healthcare people. I have tremendous respect for the head of the National Institutes of health the Sea of the bill and Melinda Gates Foundation the head of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid services the CEO of Kaiser Health Systems. These are giants in the field of health. Care and they really spoke about a lot of important things erotic polio malaria AIDS gene editing. Really amazing technology to cure rare genetic diseases that affect few people but are devastating improving the interoperability of medical records so that we have complete transparency and access across all different medical records matter where you are in the world data sharing to improve medical science and improving medical payment systems to pay for outcomes and value. These are all essential things we need to healthcare but it ignores the biggest problem facing us the big elephant in the room which is the fact that the biggest killer globally is food and yes we have to deal with all these other issues but food is the biggest driver of disease period on the planet and yet no one's really talking about this or how to address it on a global level. Part of the problem has been that. This epidemic has come on like a juggernaut over the last forty years as blindsided. Scientists doctors healthcare systems governments. And we're just sort of like a deer the headlights not not what the heck to do but the truth is we know what to do. We know now that the food we eat the food we don't eat is the single biggest cause of death worldwide exceeding tobacco and every other known risk factor. I mean historically was infections poor sanitation we call communicable disease But now seventy percent of deaths worldwide from what we call non communicable disease things like heart disease. Obesity Diabetes Cancer Dementia but they are not really noncommunicable because he actually affected by the social conditions that we live in. We know that we blame people for these diseases. We say well you know. Malaria TB age. You know it's not really your fault so you're the victim but with food related illness. We kind of blame the victim. We said you know you choose what you put in your mouth you choose. What your heating. So if food is causing it'd be sick it's your fault. Why should it be my problem but as it turns out the social conditions we live in are driving the diseases. We have Paul farmer calls this structural violence the social economic political conditions. That Dr Disease. If you live in a world where our food system produces mostly disease causing foods were. It's a food carnival that makes it really almost impossible to make the right choice where our government supports the production and sale. These foods and we're fresh. Foods are biologically addictive then. Personal choice is a fiction. The scientists clear non communicable diseases. It turns out are Berry Berry communicable. You're more likely overweight if your friends over weight than if your family's overweight depending on your neighborhood your life expectancy maybe twenty or thirty years shorter than folks from another country a city or
"zepa" Discussed on We Hate Movies
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"zepa" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"That's all flew somebody because you're saying you working with people smile. I said look you say about them in a in a way to room vesey. Somebody's Zepa couselling and coughing reschedule reschedule hacking and coughing all over me and my what else. What about the bump bump on if you got a cold sore in a heartbeat we try to give it a smooth name? It's just a cold sore without Herbie is one one and a lot of people have been exposed to herpes one however majority of US ninety nine point nine percent. But let me tell you this me. That's right here. The real nationals a Detroit. We can't serve people way. Windy sick we we see it all the that at all. We love it all to me. That kind of goes back to the question about the peers. That don't vaccinate their child as health. Care Practitioners if we're not allowed to turn people away so to say from treatment then if somebody hasn't vaccinated their child like you say giving them education and you know they have they. They have the right to make their own decision but as a healthcare practitioner. How can I deny somebody cares? Yes like you turn away a bump up. I'm not denying contain heavy very ages. But you're referring them ten now the practice is willing to take care. And it's not a lot of clinicians or physicians that some some patients who don't want to vaccinate their children. They'll say well let's try and alternate schedule A lot. A lot of clinicians will say. Let's see what we can do to work. What you've been there are some that says you know what if if you choose to come into my practice and and you know oh spill yo germs of pertussis? You heard it but this is what you know what. Let me coughing. Audu out GONNA tell everybody watching me all over the United States right now I know but Nigeria New Jersey about off from here in the United States. Oh we got a new nurse come on nurse. No I'm talking I'm talking about you. Just join the conversation real everybody. Yeah 'cause you know how we we had to get on him about the flu shot. We talk about the vaccine. Save his own. Oh never take the first shot. No sure Pisces in this room right now though. See why I'm appalled. We'll see you ELEO. Okay no well you know what I need to back up a little bit because we didn't do proper introductions up in here What you're less occupiers molest swallow? Can you tell us how you feel about the. How do you feel about the flu? Any vaccine actually. 'cause we worked at paediatrics REX together so That's a tough one. I saw working mother baby now like I get a lot of Women who are not educated about immunizations They go to Google for everything. Because it's the millennials. You know so what they hear is sometimes what they believe they seek out information on the wrong platforms. They think that if they get their newborn infant immunized The baby is going to be autistic. That part so I just I encouraged him to read like to get books. Not just google like what happened to my baby if I give them. The I don't know I don't know whatever vacination or or even do print out anything. Give them a reputable website. We do have Pronounced and I'm not sure if websites are actually on the Pronounce that we give to the moms what we do. Give them pronounce Just kind of giving them it kind of breaks down like the pros and cons of the vaccine which only at the hospital when their newborn infants. We just do the hippy The ARETHA Mizen Vitamin K. So if they make a decision you know to further e immunized their child. Then that's kind of their decision. We've had some. Parents refused the hepatitis. B vaccine to delivery just they. They don't want it Some people before they get discharged you know. After they've read some material maybe talk to a couple of people they're like okay. I'll do it so it just varies. But this This population the a younger population is very hard to try to educate them because because of the social media. There's so much stuff out there. They don't realize how much stuff is out there. That is not like legit US real. So for instance and I mean I don't John John Not about to make me cry up in here. I'm GonNa just say that right now but just like with Kobe. Bryant's death that happy yesterday. How much information was like wait? Rick Fox was right. His whole family was quickly. All quite from one post was too young. Yes I was a minute ago and it was naming all these other people. I was part because even the daughter of one of my pages have a lot of followers and the daughter was like no so we weren't on the plane I was like. Oh let me take that down because as miss information that's on there and it's on purpose. People are harmless and and the family was finding out the same time we were. Yeah Yeah and that's before I feel like social TMZ And I think because because we again living this age with social media you know and they get news of a breaking story or something relevant they get right to it. In that reported likes they probably reported it before and Ninety Bryant or any of those other victims fans. You won't even imagine finding out like social media posts or what I'm saying like that's that's the thing is I can't be mad at Tanzi. You know who I am at it. Whoever the first responder is or whoever ever call? TMZ That's because somebody has to call. Somebody was right there at the scene. Who knew what was going on? Who Pool Their by audio call? TMC You can't be mad at the news or celebrity news sites doing what they do. But I but but I think you can because you know if this crash just happened. These families haven't been notified. But you gotta give them their think about if you gotTa Fall Cough. TMZ Did it did. And you'd be like. Why are you pranking? Follow get off my phone. Tell you the consideration the you know he was was on a private somewhat pry. It was his helicopter so once a helicopter goes down the FA. Whoever's guy? I met him. They know they know who's on board. That would probably be the first people who would say something. Yeah yeah they called. TMZ just are you know. People got those scanners to turn nosy but they probably all you the old a helicopter over here. But you don't know who was on it. Yes so so. Let me get some proper introductions. I'm being really rude tonight. Might be laughing. That's everything here is it's real shady because it's too many Pisces. Wow please.
"zepa" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"AM six forty. Hey, and welcome back to coast to coast. George Noory with you and Lloyd with us. His latest book and darker stars which came out the just what a few weeks ago. Andy didn't it? Some about four months ago. Something like that. But yet you weeks really in the great scheme of things, I'm very excited about it to me, two years to write the book and. Mayton together. Youthful beautiful images. So the research is really good at paperback, and for anyone who really wants to get into the imagery, they sent it is difficult to explain just this verbally. Sometimes you need the images just really belt underspends some of something's concept. With the phone trying to doing a good job. Let me tell you so nuclear. It's not like the exact planet, but more of a dwarf, you think. Yes. Yes, we've got a range of possibilities. I think the, the best way of putting the, the further I it is logic could be. So if you wanted to I mean, the extended the solar system is absolutely vast. We tend to think of the system is being, you know, eight minutes. What if you want running up to that point, and then that's sort of it, but that's actually just a tiny fraction this system beyond next June. There's just this massive expensive space, web son, still in control of the objects and every little between around commits mostly so that area is undisputed grind. It's, it's quite exciting to contemplate the possibilities clearly that could be Mina of plenty. I mean no, no, no. That there's a second outgunned that jingle type about which one of the new horizons protest went soon, so that fool thing that a little bit like an icy snowman. And, you know, we twenty stunned a little bit more about that. So if you if you were to understand have a possibility of a brain wolf, I mean would brain tool itself is actually a type of the star very small type, of course in the use of the word Brentwood gives the impression that. It is actually a object that giving out lights now without the case it just didn't no way it could be that because it would be so easy to spot. It would be ridiculously small, but the thing about Brentwood and setting sub rentals, which is, you know, motivation, more like Zepa, is that they, they kind of use that fuel radio early. So we can see them in other soda systems when they're very, very young burning up feel and then they kinda go dock and, and then the become very, very difficult to spell. So if we thinking about something, we use the wood Brown tools to ease ready. But really, we're talking about something that's kind of old and Katya situa was right. This thing is because this system fairly early on in the systems, at least full billion years old, the rest of us. So I guess, right? So, you know it's, it's going to be difficult to distance what company. What do you call the having? I'm really sorry to disappoint people who think this is. I recognize culpable. Hey, 'cause I kinda generated this whole like there in the first place. But when you have to stop, you know, incoming like phase right now, because this thing would just be so close Jeep. It's evidence. Smoldering thing. It's an exciting day, but it's going to be way out. The Wendy do you think strong numbers if they really found it would tell us for some reason, they're, they're holding back. I don't know why. But I just have that feeling. I, I sort of little come section recently with with a us. Of our about them, avian life. And I made the point that. You know, they have the Drake equation thing. They try and work out. The abilities of exactly. About probabilities about the serving that, well, you know, what's the probability that the conspiracy, theorists? Right. You know it's not zero. You know, you, you, you look at this and say, there's no what's wrong. You know, they John's there is a chance that, that people who are studying historical evidence for visitation, so on. All right. It's non there. Now it might be off. Upsetting might be. It might be pointless in, I ready. No idea. But it's in the sense that you could determine. Yeah. You know, there is a chance that right now, if that's true, then looking at something like the Drake equation. When you look at that, and you're trying to determine whether life that exist that mind, this extra facts, which is hey, if the government of the world of, of the world will well, the science community and themselves unconsciously in some way, preventing us from realizing the truth, now, governments, I suspect would be in a position to be able to do that in a very Tova way if it was the people in the community, it would be most with chewed, it would be that they actually. The need reaction to this. This is since we're going to say no to be fake one that extraordinary evidence for an extraordinary claim and you know stunning Friedman unfortunate. Yeah. Yeah. Fantastic. Fantastic guys or obsolete. I was with them the day before he died. No. Really? I will tell you when when we're done chatting for just a bit here. I'll tell you a story that will blow your mind. Friedman always said, well, what is still didn't have extrordinary evidence have evidence we don't have evidence? Right. So there's an extraordinary evidence evidence on the table frayed in life. So if the freemen the Freeman with correct, and, you know, I think he was a really, really intelligent guy. He was really chained in. Let's say he's correct. Then that makes this Drake. Equation need this fucking what if? Conspiracy theories boxy. I just think people with the different, you know, different fuel Nissen, we've got different arguments, that doesn't you know, you don't need to be derogatory about people who, who are into conspiracy. They're actually just questioning all reality and saying that they may be something that's going on. So if they correct, then then possibility that, that, that life is. But we just missing it because either not being told the truth. We actually got linked his own. Now, I think it's more likely that we've just go. I is it conceivable that the planet Zachariah sich in talking about is different from the one, you're talking about, and that there's more than one extra. Yes. I because I just I was just absolutely Voss. We could have ten product X, is that we just we just don't know. And you know. The problem that is always had. It's the people who talk about how planet full, he tried to work how how they create content to stand hell planet could get out there because they need full never son. And that is the main stumbling block what we could have any number pundits out. I really but the thing is that. Now that we've been discovering these exit pundits and other soda systems. It's made us realize that the great variety variety in the universe, and the galaxy of planets, and it's made us sort of question road understanding of how the vast majority of them full dependent Harry discs, exactly what the things after this up so that he so. But there is also, I think ways of producing planets beyond the very strict confines, and it's kind of an observational bias, we can see those, those environments. We can see young stars that protoplanetary different that, but we've seen that's going on. But actually, there are areas which we call him say because by style and you know, part of the reason I've written dot stock styles because I wanna start to talk about other ways, foaming planets beyond the is, how realistic is it to be able to put plenty I wouldn't Zona system. Actually, that, that a really strong possibilities on juices theories in this book, too. Explain why now the thought of this planet in our solar system was that it would wreak havoc whenever it got close to planet earth. The great flood just about anything. You think that's still the case. If, if, if a ferry if it is an object is coming into the system from the direction of, you know, turn if solar system Brentwood system, or whatever it might even planet nine system, the super, then there is the potential for disruption because he's objects they can come with a Ray of materials, you can have Combet swollen and you'll back into that whole thing with an emphasis thing, which is Dave periodic impacts. And so on. So there is a possibility of that, but what I would say to be realistic about trying to place that into current timezone because because we live now, and we tend to want to think, living in some sort of unique are important time we tend to think, well, he's happening now and, you know, I think the planet x subject yourself has been very much taken over with this. I did this object is upon us and it's been a coup impending catastrophe. And, you know, whether you whether you go to whether you think that they might be something that will strongly against that away taking over the entire debate. And I'm trying to, you know, I would personally to get that and just say, let's just things away out. That's just talk about what happens when it's discovered what implications all tons of alien life and history and all this stuff that sits wrote about. Because for me that's, that's the story that's all about. And this is the scary. Paradigm, shifting material that, you know, we need to be grappled with, but somehow or other, it's taken a box seats, this sort of, you know, think incoming thing are they concerned that there may be a planet that's inhabited in hence, they don't wanna tell us or is it just another planet big deal? You know, there's another planet in the solar system beyond Pluto. Tell us about it. Who cares? You know, who's going to get upset. But, but if there's life on that planet that could be why they're holding back. Andy, I agree entirely. So at the moment in the last few years, we've had rashes papers come out about object, which is very similar to what six about not planet nine, now, the guys who've come up with with planet written, the paper's done some extremely elegant work mathematically to produce really good case of the existence of fun at nine. They, they sensually rebranded. Exit nine the reason they did that George. They didn't just sort of thing. Oh, what just cool, it planet, nothing? Well, two reasons, one of them was one of the guys might brand he felt some over full sort of stays of Pluto. So we kind of renamed the planet kind of nine this desire to state, take step back phone, the kind of like people like me and in done in the middle of the other research on the internet and say, look, you know, this is just a planet we just looking for a planet here. You know, let's just forget all this other stuff. If we can find a new topic scientific discovery power to them. I get it from that perspective that things do not make that interested in the science that interested in on it, then interested in the kind of stuff on token about. And they probably think it's rubbish totally about fine now. So they could use the amazing evidence about the these objects into soda system. And the way they clustered together. And it's very strong indirect evidence for the existence of this planet, and that is, you know, reading weighed about it from my perspective,.
"zepa" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
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When we lived in New York, I got one for Sophie, and for Jasper, and I love them so much that I asked Alex if I can include them in my and swagger boutique, and I tell you this because a woman in Alaska just purchased one for her adorable little multi Poon named angel and she sent pictures to me with this exact message, thank Allah. Alex, and you can tell him they do a great job. My little girl can run with the big ones now, and she is warm and comfy. We'd love zippy dynamics three exclamation points. And this is in Alaska, this is an Alaska, folks. So this bodysuit works all different temperatures. And I'm really really impressed with it. You should definitely check it out. You can see pictures on the Barkan swagger page of the pet life radio site as we talk, Alex. What is the coldest temperature? That zippy dynamics suits have been tested in to perform. Well, do you have that? Whole piece pass onto angel owner our best vicious and thank you you live. Lil? Response. Now now is talking about this could you please close your eyes journey just close your eyes for a second locks and now just imagine wild in Alaska is beautiful multiple Nathan angel-, Ryan, Valentine's, even the non exempts. How does it look to you? Well, she's very happy. She's got a cute little stick in her mouth. And she looks like she's smiling. Right. Jerry, the frozen tundra around her. Yes. I believe that our meat level wrong issued so our role misuse is even warmer that once she just got. Wow. Wow. Okay. Very good. Protection? Julia made the defense. Yeah. Oh, it absolutely. Does. I can see that. Now. In addition to the body, suits, Alex. You also make some other protective gear for dogs. So tell everybody about your other products, we have fall collection of panel, each defend layoff level of coverage of the first one is fooled by this youths. We just talked about it including pop in your in court. 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"zepa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Yup. Commune Instagram as well. Shootout everywhere else signed for some headlines now all of the news. You would probably miss. It's time for Dina's quickfire. Oh boy. All right. So because of Ralph Northerns based up the eastern Virginia medical school, which attended that was the yearbook had the photos in question said that they're going to now review yearbooks. After the north photo highlights issues. There you go. Well, there you have it. They're going to start now start look see this is the thing. This is what are we? We're going to go back and everyone's lives and actors though, they are still the same person that they were decades ago. I think that is the person that he was last week. But that's me when he was talking about kits. Moving on down the line this see here. A wild. Turkey crashes this Zepa. Well, Turkey crashes through second floor window of home. The elk grove police department said officers responded to a residence where burglary alarm was triggered to fund. The second story window had been shattered. Who was the suspect delays searched the home and found the wild Turkey running loose in the living room. They attempted to the department is hysterical. They say officers attempted to make contact with the suspect that you would only respond with foul language the Turkey had minor injuries. And he was released back into the wild. I would think he was trying to get into somebody's plate. I mean, it's like a it's like a door dash, but with from nature, right? Yeah. Free turkey. It's how I look at it. This is crazy came was watching the video on this little earlier. All over the place and MS thirteen gang member murdered a man in broad daylight at a New York subway station in Alexandria, Kashia Cortez's district. They wrestled all on video. They wrestled before the gang members stood up pulled out an illegally possessed firearms shot the victim in the head and an additional five gunshots. Rang out the victim did not survive. The murderer is an MS thirteen member. The victim was a part of a rival gang the eighteenth street gang apparently just awful and just passengers were four or five. I mean, they were just absolutely horrified. Because I mean, they watched someone get murdered right in front of them by an MS thirteen gang member. But hey, we don't need the Waller. We don't need in more interior enforcement. We don't need. Kane says all these people are high the Colorado Senate passes a Bill that would favor the popular vote over the electoral college and in one thousand nine to sixteen vote. They're going to send the Bill with their state house for consideration. We live in the United States. We don't have direct democracy, aka. A mob rule. Direct democracy is three wolves in a sheet voting on what to have for lunch. So if this is a constitutional Republic, if you're unhappy with the way our country is established and set up you are welcome to leave and move elsewhere period. Bottom line same for those lawmakers in California that vote voted for something like this Guinness and a Georgia park, featuring a confederate memorial was closed down Saturday over safety concerns regarding protesters. Oh, really? Park that had three confederate statues closed there were protests apparently over the weekend Stone Mountain park. So a bunch of different groups wanted to hold a rally there. Everyone's still mad about statues. Okay. Well theory the habit. Everyone's mad about everything because everyone is ridiculous. That's why there's not a day that goes by where we don't have a.
"zepa" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Let me tell you L A funny story about what are the second of my favorite second a full moment. Her is playing for the Washington Wizards. He is playing defense. He is on the right way. And on a shack in a full moment. Evidently, he forgot that. He was on a basketball court defending somebody dude, he was guarded ran all the way from the right? Linked at Ottawa's, this it. Sack is laughing. And you know, what made it so bad? You could hear Ernie Johnson screaming in the background laughing and Katie Smith. Who's just Pitta me at the core. We got to see that again that was you. Was a movie was them. That was that. Wasn't you make the mistake? I just ratio it to America to how many times a lot. It show. The hit show whose show is good to see you big boy seaport, ladies and gentlemen, Dr birth right over there come on over here for second. So let's see this man on television here, helping the cure meal. My snoring shack of this north good to see you, buddy. How you doing? How's everything right here? Dr greenberg. Full you don't know check out Zepa, happy Z spelled backwards. He's right here with Steven day, and your boy, you know, what I don't let anybody come on the first segment on my show, particularly sit in this steal. My thought you not doing. And you have agree looking to by the way, they do look good. I see the rings and stuff like that. Who you love them suppo? I'm going with the patriots. Or I might change my mind by tomorrow is leaning towards their term burden to go to give credit with credit is due. Still to go. I think he's still. Bowls championships in. I don't know. What the hell max was talking about saying if he loses you count against them and all that stuff, but wouldn't mind. Hello. Yeah. This text Johnson number four. And why would you call up to defend the capital macabre is always been covers for stop it? Stop it. Really? Yes. When I was young. I wanted to be aired to Jones doc. Let me tell you something to say when I say. Say this man because I where the guy was big enough. I'd put them to sleep myself. This is your team. The steelers. I'm Don is the first football game. I ever saw was the immaculate reception by Franco Harris. Guess I did I was fine. I five years. So you can remember stuff with your mom and dad, but I can't remember. Thank you. Thank you very much wanted to score the game. I don't remember remember. I don't remember. But I remember the Steelers won the game. That's all I meant right away. I need to talk to you about because I need some jewelry 'cause you like you'd be wear. Thank you dot. Appreciate the help to snore and happy Z spelled backwards IPE. But that's the product that obviously got shot. Getting some nice productive sleep. We other celebrity sitting in turn again around through with the Charlotte. Jersey mcginnis. Oh, Stephen d Smith, Stephen Smith. Nope. That's what he is Dhillon to us..
"zepa" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"And I oh what Altima mother in that? You know, just they always told me coming up. Just just listen be respectful and be nice. And look I just love where Mary now. But if it does go away, I had a nice run. I'm very educated, and I have things to fall back on nothing just helping people, and that's why I you know, teamed up with Zepa because you know, you don't wanna see people have problems from from from snoring. So when mother always told me making remember your name, and I just don't wanna make people smile and people happen make people that you've always been like that. I've always marveled at that about g you got a great personality. You liked to laugh and tell jokes make people smile, but you damn show aren't that way on the court. Oh, no dominant on the court and didn't like a lot of people in discipline. Abused them a purpose. And that fact you'll admitted that you lied on a couple of people just to get an attitude about them in destroy them on. Why would you do something like that? Because they were of some of my favorite guy was high school. I I try to. In a little bit of my game because you know, David like to run like style. And when I was young I used to like run, but he was not too nice for me to beat up. So I just had made up that he didn't give me autograph. So I could be mad just trying to destroy him. And I did. But didn't it bother you that you will on the court with him knowing you had lied on him. And that everybody thinking that the Admiral was some disrespectful due to little kids. Gordon, come up every time. I used to play GP GPO is used to do this. You know, what I mean when I turn around Elbaum gelling, not all your teeth. I don't want your home of bloody. That's how I play. That's how you play. Do you feel or do you lament? The fact that you don't see that in today's game with most of these players, or do you think the league has stripped the players of that menacing persona about themselves because you know, obviously to keep the game all safe and everything like that interesting point, Kenny. Very interesting point. And he said that a lot of guys are products of their environment. So for example, when I was growing up, I'm watching you in Robertson Akeem guys that played inside. So when I started playing inside guys start fading out to bring me out of the paint. So a lot of guys, you know, they grow up watching Kevin Tim, Dirk and all these guys. So that's how they practice, and you know, that's how they play it. So I think, you know, the the days are the dominant postal are pretty much not. But what about the persona like the example? I'm looking at a guy like LeBron, you know, obviously, he's a city the best in the world. But you get along with everybody, you know, whereas you had cats back in the day. Whether it was you even to a lesser degree Kobe and others y'all were trying to get along with people you all we're trying to destroy them. What does what does veterans retired guys hall of famous champions, like yourself feel about the culture of today's modern day athlete? I mean, obviously is different. And you know, the culture all around, you know, definitely different. And I try to try not to really Mark the young Phillips because they're they're there. Doing it their way. And I remember when I came in. I did it my way like a lot of guys thought I was out of my mind when I was doing movies and all that stuff. So I try to stay out the guys, but the difference is the Brian he does like everybody, but he competes at a high level. I think people enjoy watching so place things. Okay. But why did you just sit here and lie to the American people? You just say, you don't mock people. What shack in the full is one of the funniest. People to you. At work without you. Asking them. No, no, no, no. They make the mistake. It's going to be also committed..
"zepa" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Live for how far why you move so far away from ATM? Mcdonagh Henry county. So why you move that far away from you're saying because I got acres out there. Just like you got acres in New Jersey. Talking about the deal years. Zepa is happy Z spelled backwards. Can see a lot of big guys out there like that big on the front of. I know you snore big dog. So my visors if you snore go. Go check it out because you know, lot of times when you slow snoring. You have sleep apnea, you stop breathing that night 'cause a lot of other problems, you know, heart problems, hypertension, so it's a really a life or death situation. So at first I kind of ignorant it too. But once I met, Dr Greenberg, and 'cause I met him through Instagram, and he said, do you wanna die? And I'm not what I'm not gonna ask that who you're talking to her. Okay, this office, and he showed me all the studies. And and you know, because he saw all the people, you know, Sharieff, you know, putting me on Instagram snow along these I you need to take care of that. So everybody out there checkout Zepa, and you don't fix your snoring. They make sure you go. See if addition because it really is life for just one of those advertisements of whatever we'd be a very very serious because I use the same doctor myself, and I used to say device myself because what happens is for those of you don't know when you're snoring your tongue is basically falling back. It's relaxed, and it's falling backing throat as a result. It's blocking your breathing passages. So not only are you not breathing. You're not getting oxygen to the necessary August, particularly in your brain. And as a result, it can compromise. You even if you do wake up, and we got a hope and pray that you will if you snoring. You don't do anything to treat it you? Gotta remember. It's really debilitating. You to such a degree that you wait anywhere near a hundred percent, obviously, that's not your problem anymore anymore. Joy was Doug Greenberg. I'm less of a my comeback. This all this money. They pass these bums in the NBA. All right. So what you I mean, come back people will look at you. And they collected damn shack. Why you've got to beat like that man. Mike can't beat you by can't be dominant. Like damn I can't dominate the NBA game. Like, you know, what I'm so Joe's or somebody's contractors coming up. No question. Dave's offer you five to forty would you leave? No, you can only get to all nine somewhere. I would say this to you. I would. I would say that you know, that is true. And for does let me tell a little history about you. You will once in Orlando, you were going to go to Los Angeles which ended up doing, but you made sure Jerry West and Dr bus new look you've got to come up on them funds. You want me to depart from Orlando to come to L A, and they found those necessary funds for you at that particular moment in time. Right. First business that's business floating Orlando for me, one price Offman another predecessors took care business. But if you can get the most. Stay with the team. And I'm staying what does it so forty five? That's right. But what about those while, you know, smart people under? What you do? The math is over forty million year is around forty eight mill around forty eight million. I'm keeping question. My orleans. Listen, forty million in New Orleans is different than forty million. That's why the taxes in their late you taking federal income tax that you had stated contentious about fifty one of your dollars right there. Let me be clear. I ready did that man personal what's up FICO? Oh, we don't even know what the hell fight is still we grow and adult women. So let me ask you this question because we'll be talking about Anthony Davis, and we'll get it to the Super Bowl. And all that stuff that we in eighteen fifty three this this Sunday night and the wing versus the Los Angeles. Rams. We'll get into all of that in a second and as the show progresses, but you know, what you could wave. All you want to you on the show with me, man. Focus focus. Okay. Here's the deal. I can get on shack like that. That's my brother. I can do that. Did your glasses? See to pay attention, man..
"zepa" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"But the numbers both as individuals to six the efficiency of in really the big problem with him before was that he wasn't a officiant. And yeah, I mean, I think he's going to drop off some out of gonna keep shooting quite this. Well, but we've been saying that for while he's still been been. Huge for them. And again the way that they've played with him on the floor versus office has been a very eye opening. So any of my other ones that you quibble with with what about Butler, did you have any qualms about him? Or is he on your team as well? Jimmy Butler was among my existential crisis for the twelfth spot. So I had him slightly below you. But not that much, and I think I probably weighed into Minnesota element of this more than you did. But it still wasn't enough. He so so this interesting, though, the guy that I didn't hesitate as much on as apparently you did I don't know if you ended up picking a miserable guy is Myles Turner. For me miles Turner is a having a wonderful year defensively, I'm willing to give him enough credit for all star. Like, we're not to the NBA conversation or defensive player of the year yet, but he's been huge for them. The Pacers still have the third best defense in the league. I consider center the most important position they held up pretty well when Zepa was gone, and I think he's having you know, it's it was weird for me to put her above depot because they were really competing for those last spots together. But I wanted that that was another one of those like, I think Victor Oladipo is probably a better basketball player than miles Turner. I think Turner's had a better season at wanted to reward. Yeah. You've you've always like Turner was certainly in consideration for me in that twelfth spot on. So I guess we spoil it now. Did you in fact pick Butler as your twelve guy? I I did. So I'll go through a bachelor, and I also had Ben Simmons online he was in. He was kind of I had him like ten or so if you order it..
Intelligence Chief says he Meant no Disrespect to Trump
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North Korea to return U.S. soldiers' remains in weeks: Pompeo
"Get things going people don't procrastinate Goethe's Zepa dot com Zepa and feel good that z. y. Y p p. a. h. dot com North Korea is, expected to make good on a promise next week sixty five years after, the Korean war cease-fire some. Two hundred US servicemembers. Remains are expected to be returned from North. Korea on July twenty seventh July twenty. Seventh also the day in nineteen fifty three when the Korean war formerly ended with Chinese North. Korean and United Nations forces signing an armistice, establishing the militarized zone that separates North Korea. And South Korea to the state secretary of state Mike. Pompeo said Sunday the two countries agreed to restart. Operations to find those who never, returned it could take years. To identify and. Determine if they are all. Americans Joe. Ramsey Washington Mexico is. Considering legalizing drugs in. Its fight against violent crime the country's new president-elect. Andres Manuel Lopez opened our door, has given the incoming interior. Minister freedom to. Explore whatever it takes to. Bring peace, back to Mexico the. Country has seen. More than two hundred. Thousand murders in the. Last twelve years I'm Evan Haning You wouldn't put a square peg in. A round hole so why would you deploy a traditional firewall in a modern decentralized network firewalls have new requirements for.
Reuters: Russia gives tentative nod to Schlumberger's acquisition of EDC stake
"In detroit russia disclosure suspect to rain i'm barbara kusak democrats cried foul after the gop led house intelligence committee officially ended its russia probe finding no evidence of collusion with the trump campaign which please the president a great report no collusion which i knew anyway no coordination no nothing but the new york times reports the russian lawyer brought into a trump tower meeting with other campaign officials in june two thousand sixteen has closer ties to the kremlin then first reported top democrat on the intelligence committee adam schiff plastic russian tradecraft they're not going to send a card carrying svr their cia member to meet a foreign national donald trump junior arranged the meeting because the russians promised dirt on hillary clinton bob costantini the white house president trump says the sites for a planned meeting with north korean leader kim jong un never narrowed to during a news conference with germany's chancellor trump said the summit should be quite something the man police believed to be the golden state killer faced arraignment today in california the court as correspondent dave alpert reports seventy two year old joseph di angelo did not enter a plea to charges of murder prosecutors across multiple jurisdictions are expected to file more charges against the former police officer suspected of killing twelve people and raping more than fifty women in the nineteen seventies and eighties the angelo is being held without bail and his next court date is scheduled for may fourteenth on the second day of a teacher walkout in arizona governor doug ducey announced a deal with state legislative leaders to hike teachers pay twenty percent by twenty twenty teachers in colorado also walked out of class over the same issues but little progress was made their hit and run traffic fatalities in the us are on the rise reaching a record level in two thousand sixteen according to the triple a foundation for traffic safety it found two thousand forty nine people were killed in hit and runs in two thousand sixteen that's a sixty percent increase since two thousand nine i'm barbara kusak zepa.
Sports ‘sponsorships’ often promote junk food to children
"Dot com zepa eliminates the snoring you put it in your mouth it gets rid of the snoring he got that euphoric beautiful night's sleep what you need to do is go to zepa dot com z y p p a h dot com a new study is shedding light on the relationship between sports and unhealthy foods sierra crawford explains on your favorite sports teams in snacking on junk food often go hand in hand in the us but a new study published in the journal pediatrics found at least three quarters of food products shown in ads promoting a sports organization sponsorship are unhealthy and more than half the beverages shown in sponsor promotions are sugar sweeten the findings come as a nation continues to struggle with childhood obesity costa thirteen million children teens are considered overweight in researchers say monitoring their tv viewing setting a good example when it comes to food choices can help counteract influence at advertising might have on their eating habits i'm sierra crawford there's only one weekend so far in two thousand eighteen and what's your film with a.