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"You tell us a little bit about what endometriosis is house diagnosed and how it can affect somebody in how they feel yes so and in trio says is a genetic condition. That's also inflammatory. And they're in. My opinion is in autoimmune component. Although that's debated in the literature and essentially what is is a series of growth that are noncancerous but can in some cases predispose people to having pelvic cancers and these growths are made of tissue that is very similar to although not exactly like the tissue inside the uterus which is called the end of meacham so these lesions grow throughout the pelvis abdominal cavity can be on the bowel on the bladder intestine ends diaphragm ovaries being tubes outside the uterus. It can beyond My official structures like Musco skeletal structures like ligaments and fasha and these leaders have been found as far flung as the knee or the nose. Lungs that sort of thing. So it's a systemic disease. One of the earlier theories about it was that was related to retrograde menstruation. And it was like these. The tissue the menstrual tissue instead of leaving was growing still in the pelvic cavity again. That's found not to venture we now find. That in studies done on fetuses. Nine percent of female fetuses have an betrayal regions. You know even pre birth and ten percent of the people with uterus. The population of people with uteruses around world have dimitrius so there is some kind of genetic factor that has not yet been fully elucidated.
Chicago Weather: Mostly cloudy, rain late Thursday
"Now let's check the forecast from the WGN Chicago Weather Center. Here's meteorologist. Dimitrius Ivory Expect mostly cloudy skies with rain. Returning Thursday afternoon. Thursday's high temperature 50 Friday. We'll see mostly sunny skies. High temperature reaches 52 Rain returns Friday night into early Saturday and continues during the day Saturday. Saturday's high temperature will be 57 for Sunday. Mostly cloudy skies a high of
Forsyth County deputies arrest suspected catalytic converter thief in metro Atlanta
"This week, accusing him of stealing catalytic converters. W. D. Yu wins AUSTIN Eller with that story, according to a press release from the first sight, county Sheriff's Office. Deputies arrested 37 year old Dimitrius Frederick following multiple recent reports of stolen catalytic converters. A deputy was checking on a business on post road when they witnessed a Dodge Durango parked near one of the businesses vehicles around 10 P.m.. As the deputy approached the vehicle, the Durango pulled away, and the deputy noticed a catalytic converter on the ground. After a brief chase and a search on foot deputies arrested Frederick Upon his arrest, Detectives found multiple catalytic converters in the back of Frederick's vehicle. Wdun news time Almost 605.
Chicago Weather: Lakefront Trail Closed Amid High Waves, Icy Conditions
"Big, powerful store misses us for the overnight We are still expecting cloudy conditions with the mix of snow and potentially freezing drizzle late tonight, down the 27 degrees for an overnight low. Tomorrow. We'll see freezing Drizzle early with a high temperature of 34 snow showers possible during the afternoon on Friday. It's gonna be a little bit milder, certainly breezy with sun and clouds. The high temperature 42 low forties for Saturday and Sunday wintry mix Saturday with sunshine to complete the weekend. WGN meteorologist Dimitrius Ivory and again the lakefront trail in the city closed due to high waves and icy conditions from oak to Ohio. Barricades are in place. It is 33 degrees right now at O'Hare, 34 midway, 33 down and Juliet and on Chicago's Lakefront
Chicago Weather: Cloudy Skies, Cool Temperatures Ahead
"Will be mostly cloudy skies tonight the low temperature in the upper twenties, mostly cloudy for much of Tuesday. Tuesday's high 35 That's basically where we should be this time of the year on Wednesday, we'll have more clouds and sun coming our way. The high reaches about 36 Thursday. Partly cloudy conditions we start to warm up 39. They're low forties for Friday with a mix of sun and clouds and rain and snow on the way from Saturday. Saturday's high 41 I'm w G and meteorologist Dimitrius Ivory 20 in Rochelle, 20 wanted to calve 26 in Lansing right now and 26 at O'Hare midway on the lakefront here windshield right now. 18 ago here 17 of Midway 21 Flight front. I'm Raja vanish on Chicago's very own 7 20 w
Chicago Forecast: Sunny Skies, Warmer Temperatures Expected Saturday
"A check of the forecast from the WGN Chicago Weather Center. Here's meteorologist Dimitrius Ivory. We're expecting mostly sunny skies for this Saturday, a little bit warmer than normal. The high temperature around 50. Sunday 48 more sunshine. But Klaus increase during the evening and a chance for snow, mainly Chicago and all points south and East Sunday night into Monday as a low pressure system of powerful storm tracks to our East. Expect snow and windy conditions on Monday. The high temperature 35 Tuesday Sunshine returns for up to 37 from WGN meteorologist Dimitrius Ivory. Clear skies this morning across the area Temperatures in the high twenties, the low thirties or hair, it's 29 degrees 30 at Midway, 27 in Aurora, 26. Lansing, 25 Juliet. And then 26 in Waukegan and 27, a two page airport downtown along Chicago's lakefront just a bit warmer. It's 32 degrees. I'm don Cleaven on Chicago's very own 7, 20, WGN and
"dimitrius" Discussed on WTVN
"It is 52 right now. Thank you for listening to the mark Blazer Show with Josh Cease and the Mayor Dimitrius Stanley. So I don't know anyone other way toe to sugar coat this except for today, when Dimitrius I I saw him in the parking lot. I was coming back from running down the street. And I saw you in the parking lot before we were coming in the building today. And you said I got some. I got some news. I got some bad news so By all means. The audience has been on this ride with us. They more specifically you during your diagnosis and the way that you've been doing things with regard to your cancer and let's have the update. Well, um so on Monday, I went and I got a cat scan and the blood test and, um, then yesterday I had my follow up. And it was not good. It was very grim. Um, my cancer has spread. It is now in my bladder, and I'm gonna have to get a procedure done because the The tumor is pressing up against my kidney, So I'm gonna have to get a stent put in through my back so that it does so I can stop stressing my kidney and that doesn't End up failing on me and you know the as he's telling me all this stuff? I'm just I could tell by his energy I could tell by his body language I could tell by the stuff he was saying that he was just kind of San a lot, but not saying a lot. And so I just said All right, dog, just big picture. Give me just be honest with me. And he said. We might be able to get 10 years, Um, with the current treatment. And of course, right. After that, I went to thinking about my four year old and You know? Not possibly being here for her and my family. And it just it really, really hit me hard. But, um, you know, I'm 46 now. And I may not make it till 56. But I got faith in God, I got a great support system. Um, I'm going to do everything on my side to get things done and moving in the right direction. And you know they have a medication. It's called new Backup. And you know they've seen It work and shrink, you know, two tumors. They've seen it do some good stuff. And and in other instances, it hasn't worked. S so I'm hoping, you know, he just He just talked about my cancer like it was something. It was so aggressive and he's very concerned because within the matter of six months, it's grown three centimeters. I got the surgery. I'm on the loop, Ron. I did the immunotherapy, and none of them are slowing it down. And that's three different parts of my treatment. So here's 1/4 is 1/4 going to really work? I don't know, but it's worth a try. And I've you know, you guys have been here. Do the whole thing with me, so I wanted to make sure That you knew what was going on. So if you see me and I'm not, you know, in my normal spirit, you know, I got a lot on my mind. And you know, I'm gonna make it. I have faith. Have faith in God. Pray for me. Pray for my family, and all I ask is No matter what happens in the end, please look out for my family. You know that Z what I ask of my community and you've been there and I love my community and I don't believe this is the destiny God has for me. But if it is and you know, I've lived a good life and I'm gonna fight. You have no idea how hard I'm gonna fight. So I just want to share that with you guys. So you had he material which is blood in the urine. Um And that is part of what is going on now, as far as the treatment, the stent that you're going to have put in because the three centimeter Tumor right now is pushing on you believe your kidney slash bladder. So it took to put that in will relieve that some. And then you were saying that the blood in the urine is back and forth. It's not every time you go. No. Um you said a few months ago You had a pet scan. Which is very, very sensitive. And it was the the tumor was undetectable at that point. Yes, that was just a couple of months ago. So zero if you will. And then in a few months, it's grown to three centimeters. So the doctor did say, he said. What we're shooting for here is 10 years. But the new Becca could end up Extending that it could be. There's a possibility that that can happen. It could extend it could so it could go either way here, but I know that you were set you that's what you're telling me. Is that it? It's there. You're going. The doctor is going for an extension here and Of 10 years, at least so we could be that it could be more On band. You won't know the response. It won't be able to. You won't be able to talk about any kind of a response until all of that begins. Right. So when do you begin? That I'm here very soon. You know, just the way he said it. 10 years was the that was the good side. That was the good, sure, his in his words in his body language in his tone. 10 years was like that's we're gonna We might be able to get you to 10 years and You know all I all I pray for is just to make it through my baby's team here, you know, just to get her through her teenage years, which are you know hard for kid. Tough love, you know, and that's all I ask. So if I can get 20 years. That's what I want. And when he said, you know, 10. As if like That was the That's where we want to try to get to, and that's the good side like that, really? Crushed me because I've always said to people I just want to get 20 years. I just want to get 20 years to get to my baby get hurt through her teen years and so, you know. It's one of those things I can't ask. You know why me? You know why not? Cancer is a big thing in our society. But I promise you, I promise you with everything in my heart, I am going to fight. I'm going to eat right? I'm going to exercise. I'm going to do everything in my power to extend to extend this past a 10 year period because that's just too short. 56 is way too young and you know the You know my wife works for OS you. She, at one point was working for Martha Morehouse. That's where she went. There was a lot of, you know, um, extension of the James, the Ohio State University, and there was a lot of bad news that came through there. Yeah, there's one thing that she said about that is a common denominator. And we just saw we just saw Alex Trebek. Um, who.
Downtown LA Finally Breaks Streak Of 70-Degree Days
"Cold front finally comes our way. This streak of 70 degree days ends on Tuesday. Tuesday's high temperature 71. We'll see. Showers and thunderstorms coming our way during the afternoon is that cold front presses in on Wednesday expect a high of only 50 mostly sunny but much cooler Thursday. We're up to 58 degrees more sunshine Friday. We're cooler than normal 49 by the afternoon. No rain until this coming Saturday and Sunday. Saturday's high 50 55 on Sunday. I'm w g N meteorologist Dimitrius Ivory.
Hundreds Of Northwestern Students Protest In Evanston, Clash With Police, Chicago
"Clashing clashing with with police police as as protests protests grew grew violent violent in in Evanston, Evanston, protesters protesters calling calling for for the the removal removal of of Northwestern Northwestern University's University's private private police police force. Police, a group of students and some outside groups walk through the streets, sprang graffiti breaking windows and shooting explosives at officers. Evanston police Chief Dimitrius Cook, We allowed them to do a peaceful assembly. On. We would have let it ride until they turn to violence with brakes, battery some of our shields. So after that it was time to, uh, send a message that we're not gonna let people just coming in and tap city of several officers were injured in those demonstrations.
Atlanta police make arrest in actor's shooting death
"A person is in custody in Atlanta following the shooting death of an actor famous for his work in Spike Lee Films, According to Atlanta police, Thomas Jefferson Bird was found shot to death in the early morning hours of October. 3rd Today officers arrested 30 year old Antonio Dimitrius Ryan's at an apartment complex and faces felony murder charges for allegedly shooting bird several times in the back.
'Hard, Dirty Job': Cities Struggle To Clear Garbage Glut In Stay-At-Home World
"This is certainly true at my house. American staying home during the pandemic or eating more at home doing more at home ordering more deliveries that arrive in boxes at home and some cities are struggling to keep up with the trash NPR's Scott horsely reports. It's not like garbage collector yogi military's spying on the people whose trashy picks up, but he can't help notice some changes along his residential route in northeastern Ohio. Tell you about. The biggest thing is everybody at home from work and home from school more people means more trash. CEESAY. That dimitrius target has also felt the weight of extra trash along his route in Alfa Reta Georgia, tart us to pick up seventeen or eighteen tonnes each day. Now it's more like twenty two tonnes the cans over field we gotta get clean love some time when they hit the ground tart one of those semi automated trash trucks, but he can't always stay. Arm's length away from the garbage. He worries some of the extra trash he's handling carry traces of the coronavirus scary I hate it. I have to get out and stuff that I see after. That's the biggest. Fear my job is. Take home. Nationwide residential trash volumes spiked as much as twenty five percent during the spring lockdown since then it's dropped a bit, but it's still well above pre pandemic levels. Garbage collectors that means longer workdays and more trips to the dump. Some sanitation workers have gotten sick or had to quarantine. Baltimore's faced a severe shortage of trash collectors acting public works director Matthew Bark says, it's not easy to find replacements. It is just a hard dirty job. It is quite common for someone to walk off the job within a day or two because they just don't realize. How hard the work is there is less garbage these days at vacant office buildings and Hotels Guard says the commercial trash trucks that typically empty those dumpsters are not easily reassigned to residential neighborhoods. We actually use a specially designed trash truck that can fit in the narrow alleys. The contractors don't have that Baltimore temporarily halted curbside recycling this month. So short handed crews can concentrate on trash pickup. Nashville is also making adjustments. Assistant Public Works Director Sharon. Smith says that city will start collecting trash five days a week. Instead of four it'll be shorter days shorter route and much more manageable. Particularly, if the changes we've seen with people working from home continues on into the future trash collection is overwhelmed garbage piles up in the street drawing rats, flies than lots of complaints from residents, Ohio. Garbage Collector Yogi Miller says, nobody wants that they don't realize how much they need until something happens where their trash doesn't get picked up. That's what people want. They want to put it out in the morning and when. They come home in the afternoon and they wanted to be gone. There may be a silver lining to this garbage Glut David. Biedermann who heads the Solid Waste Association of North America says it has led to newfound appreciation for some frontline workers who were often invisible in the past could as garbage day in my neighborhood and mine neighbor has a sign on her garbage and thanking the sanitation workers dimitrius Tar has seen similar signs on his route in Georgia along with a child. Thank you. Note drawn in Crayon they say, Hey, you know we really appreciate it I mean the sanitation, the world stop we stopped. Scott horsely NPR news Washington.
"dimitrius" Discussed on WTVN
"Hour at the half, and as news breaks clear skies tonight it will be cool with a low of 53. Currently, it's 76 degrees. The mark Blazer show. Ah, yes, Welcome in. It is Friday. Here we go. Mark Blazer with Josh. Dave, man. Dimitrius Stanley is here. The mayor. I am the water boy now. Yeah. Yeah. Big man made me carry his water. Oh, boy. Yeah. What do you have to say for yourself? Dave? Man? What do you have to say to your stay for yourself? What do you have to say to yourself? Yes, that too. I'm not sure how. Hey, could you help me, please? Turns into Dave Man made me carry his water. Why's it always me Because you were the only one there. Oh, no. All right. Yeah. You do need help. What kind of help? I can't say on air more than carrying his water. Yes. Well, I hope I helped you out, sir. You did and then and then at the end What did I say? What do you mean? Thank you. Just get out of my way. Yeah. Now get out of my way. That's what he is. Then that's what it sounded like. Get some paper towels. You spilled some of that dummy. That's what I think. Yes. What came out was said in my mind. I thought I heard. Thank you. Yeah, right. That's not what he said. Um Dimitrius, you How's your week Been? You had a good week? My week has been fantastic. It has been fantastic. How's your side? Hustle? Well, main hustle. I'm not sure what it is to see. There. It is the one where you're You're fighting Cove, it germs. Oh, well, state cleaning solution. Cleaning should start. I have been doing it since Monday. And it has been going very well. It's just kind of it's a new world. For me, but its key. I'm able to stay in the healthcare world that I've been inferred last 78 years, but it's cool. It's just a lot of learning. It's it's a challenge for me is something different. I've never done it and I'm basically selling people chemicals to keep their hospital their facility there Hotel or whatever clean I kind of like it. It's not, And it's not like high pressure like you know, with the other business I've been in for so long. You're dealing with patients, right? People's help. You got hip, a laws. You've got star Claw you got, so you got all these different things. You've got to follow the laws. Yeah, It's nothing like that. So it's like a weight off your chest. So it's been really good. Really good. We have the 16 W TV and Facebook page is up right now. We're livestreaming. The basement doctors live stream is going now so Once again Thank you to the basement doctor, and you can watch us right now on 16. W tvnz Facebook page. We're live streaming. Thank you, basement, Doc. And now they can see the mistreatment that I received from day throughout the show. This is recorded. Sir. Though human resource is gets this way. We did something fun when we started the show yesterday, and I kind of wish you were here for it, But I wanted to bring you in on it just to get your take. You know, Yesterday, the Buckeyes were supposed to play at Illinois supposed Todo season yesterday, So we kind of started going. All right. How would it have? How would it have been had the Buckeyes played last night? So yesterday we were predicting the way that it would have went. Um, I had a couple of different direct messages Dave and Josh and also our buddy Mike, who owns the subway there off of Riverside, driving in Upper Arlington that Josh and I frequent all the time and you don't want on a side note. Look, he doesn't beat. He's never offered anything free. He's never we don't get paid. It's not in endorsement. But I'm going to tell you you go from subway to subway. There is a difference. And Mike is a master. It's unreal. He has a black belt in sub making and how they call him a sandwich artist. He's like the van Gogh. He is sandwich. He has both ears. Yes, exactly. What did I tell you Support a pair of sunglasses. I think I told you last week I go, man. I go. I'm spoiled. I can't go to any other subway other than Mike's. They're on there. Enough R So I'm in there today and he goes, man. I was listening yesterday. You guys That was really fun. What you guys were doing kind of predicting what would have happened in the Buckeyes. Headed to Illinois last night and he got he was just, you know, just talking about it because he listens to the show. So I thought, you know what With Deion here today. We were predicting Josh had Justin Fields at five touchdowns. He would've thrown five today. I could agree with that video, right? He had a 41 13 final score. 13 48. Sorry, 48 13 Final score. I was going to say it was going to be a blowout. There was a special team score just said I like a blonde. I like a punk. Block return for a touchdown. Well, the first team is out mid third quarter. We're on the 2nd and 3rd string by that point, Okay? Yeah, because because at that point, Ryan days, like, all right, we got this game. These guys that are in now can hold on to get our young guys some play time. So if we need them throughout the season, that's what would have happened against Illinois. What a positive being on the Buckeye football team. Knowing that if you are a second or third stringer going point today, you may get more than some of the starters depending on where you're playing My my senior year. The first two games I think are 2nd and 3rd String played Mohr because we put up 72 points are 2nd and 3rd string. Either It was equal, or they had a little bit more time than the first. That wasn't rice was it was rice and pit. Okay? Yeah, do Rio then are our second. There's never going to stop scoring is right and what I think Sorry if I remember correct. See how good my brain is. Was rice 72 7 and Pitt 72? Nothing. Yeah, okay and are 2nd and 3rd team got more playing time than first team I've ever thinking if there was 1/5 quarter We would have scored like a hunter. We 30 points We know we could have. We could have put 100 points up. I was out like by the second quarter, right? And then they just kind of started gradually taken linemen out and everything, but we would have valid stress Was that trailer? That was cool coupon literally, if if we would have stayed, and we literally would have put up 100 point. Unlike Coop, the Let it run up like that. Yeah, but you know, he got a lot of bad rap for that. And you know our motto was. It's their job to stop us. It's your job to stop us. It's not our job. To stop ourselves was where the birth of Mark Mays hatred for Ohio State with, but it was our 2nd and 13. But that's the point. That's the thing that drives me crazy. It's like he acted like we did stuff, Tio. Yeah, it was our 2nd and 3rd team against your first team. Why are you so upset that you don't want to? You don't want us to score. Stop us opposite, right. That's the way you thirsty, Right? Here's your first dream right now. Stop us. Exactly. Yeah, So anyway, we just had some fun with that. We said the defense did pretty good. Ah, last night in Illinois. Yes, is what we'd be talking about today, but no, we don't get Teo. We're just something other than making stuff up Stupid Cove. It ruined it for everybody. I said. I think it would have been a bigger score than that. Even because Justin, I think Justin.
"dimitrius" Discussed on WGN Radio
"To Dimitrius Ivory. He's in for Tom Skilling tonight. He's been pretty busy. Hey, Dimitrius there and what we're seeing now kind of looking back at some of the reports that came through earlier today. Powerful winds across our region, Chicago Queen of Angels School, We saw 85 mile per hour winds. They're into Plainfield, 84 mile apartment winds. Take a look here. It's this shot. This is looking Down the lake from Northwestern University in Evanston. Evanson had a tornado warning earlier and there may have been a tornado in Rogers Park. But as you can see kind of downtown, just disappearing, another shot from the city. There's another one from Edgewater. You can see the conditions really improve after that storm moved through its really amazing how quickly once things move through the store's move through We saw really tranquil conditions. So take a look at storm reports across the area. Now, the storm reports continue to be added to and you look south and east of us we're gonna analyze where the storm is where the line is. It's still creating some damage down to our Southeast. But also what comes next in a high pressure system brings a big change. Weather wise, I'll have those details and seven day forecast coming up in Just a bit. Act, you two Thank you, Dimitrius. Some breaking news. The suspect in yesterday's police involved shooting the incident said to have sparked last night's widespread looting is facing felony charges Trial. Alan has been charged with two counts of attempted murder and possession of a weapon. Lee say he fired at officers during a foot chase. In Inglewood officers fired back and hit him. One of the incident spread and people came out to confront police at the scene. The civilian Office of Police Accountability is investigating. If there's no body cam footage Copa is asking anyone with video or information.
"dimitrius" Discussed on WTVN
"With Josh. Feast Day, Man. Dimitrius Stanley Dave Metal honoring Captain Mark maker with us today, and you know what? I gotta bring this up. Because I don't think I've ever seen an adult not eat the crust of a pizza. What is that due to my daughter Does that I She's 14. I get that my son who's six. You know he doesn't eat. Why don't you eat crust? Because because that pizza? No. Because I feel like a crust takes up space. You can eat more of the good part of the pizza. But that is the good part. That's part of the good part of it in the wrong pizza, brother. No. Yeah, your ways that's waste. It's waste of calories. That's waste of space in your stomach. There is a process to this. Let me let me open up the process to eat the crust on the pie when you eat the pie, no Me neither. What? My waist. Does anybody in this room look like they're worried about calories mean? Ah, Good Lord you but he's not talking about that. He's just saying room have invited another child in here today was to keep you in line now. I got to keep this one in line by YouTube. He means me and Dave man now he's talking about minutes. I don't know why you talk. You know what? I'm tired if they could see your face after you said what you said, like a two year old. The only thing better than apple pie cherry pie. And I think that in a church fires is a black raspberry pie, and we could go on line, Everybody Dimitrius and his perpetual victimhood again and then And then all of a sudden they come in there like the pizza guy's here. The pizza guy, then they everybody looks at the black guy to go get the pizza. I mean, where am I? What do I report this to call Andy Ginther? I'm sure together with Love to hear you guys are definitions. You are ridiculously fast Get it because I was black way weren't worried. Aboutyou fumbling get either had a 74 touchdown. The Rose Bowl dams give, you know if you know what do you get mad when you watch like horror movies, and the black guy always dies movies. But why does the black I got to go out? That's what I'm everytime. I just wanna know mad about the people in the theater engaged because they're all say no, Don't do it. Don't go in there. Watch get out, right. I did. And let me tell you the greatest story behind I have you ever seen Get out? I've been talking about a black guy goes meets. He's dating a white girl goes and meets her family and they're down south. Right? So he goes down and he meets her family. And then all of a sudden these these what do you call like? White people White.
His son was killed in the worst shooting of Chicago’s most violent weekend
"The Chicago sun times reports that eight people have been shot in the forty two hundred block of west eighteenth street in Lawndale now the latest shooting happened at eighteen the Keeler Avenue around three forty eight AM police say four men were shot one of them died at the scene and three others were taken to Mount Sinai hospital chief flowers one of them a thirty three year old father of three named Dimitrius flowers was killed on the father of Dimitrius flowers on on as of August fourth two thousand nineteen we've lost him to a gun violence in Chicago I've lived in Chicago all my life born and raised as well as my son Dimitrius demand background it surges father son husband that you will be proud of you know and I'm not exaggerating just close he's not here my son actually was supposed to get married August twenty third of that month they reject you he had divorced his first wife and have found someone who he felt like he usually arrested his life wait and we were happy we were all getting ready for that Dimitris hasn't always had it easy you know coming up you know what he had to face as a as a kid growing up in some areas and half it's a deal with the gangs and things like that but I'm not trying to paint a rosy picture but what I'm saying he had he had overcome is survived it can move past Chicago sun times reports that Dimitrius flowers thirty three was struck in the chest and taken to Mount Sinai hospital police and the cook county medical
Unlock Your Hormonal Advantage by Harnessing the Power of Your Infradian Rhythm with Alisa Vitti
"I'M GONNA jump right in to hormonal advantage. You know a few weeks ago my girlfriend I were having a conversation and it was before she was about to get her period and she was basically in a state where I won't get into all the words but you can curse on this podcast. And so she was like the gist of it was like this does not feel like an advantage right now. This feels like a big weight and a lot of women have thought that before. Why us we go through all the stuff then the top of that the gender pay gap and this thing and that thing and it just feels like. There's a lot of huge burden. That's there on women but in your subtitle you say hormonal advantage. Tell us what's more. I just love that. You bring right to the beginning of this conversation. The cultural narrative and mythology that we're dealing with right. We have inherited a cultural narrative that says that our periods are hormones are a curse that they're problematic that their mysterious that they're unpredictable that they're problematic and that there's nothing to be done and that you're going to enter the mythology is going to be painful and they're going to have symptoms and there's just nothing you can do. Just bide your time until menopause right. That's that's pretty much you know in the nutshell so to speak the narrative that we have the problem with this is a. It's not based on real science. Be It it. Perpetuates a huge behavioral problem for women which has them basically when you believe that something is supposed to be broken when you see it as broken you then do what you take no action right so puts them in in this situation where they don't think that there's anything to do and then they do nothing which then keeps them having symptoms. It's a vicious cycle. So you know it feeds then. It goes right back and feeds this cultural narrative this mythology. That says it's going to be a burden. It's going to be a big problem and women just feel stock and they feel unhappy and the truth of it is. It's completely false. It doesn't to be this way And and I figured out a way for women to liberate themselves from the mythology from the cultural narrative and also from the actual real symptoms to which you're so excited to share about. I can't wait to get into it. Let's talk origin story. Yeah what got you interested in this topic. And what education were you brought up with? And when did things shift for you? Okay so I mean for me I definitely have had my own run in with a hormonal issue That opened my eyes to the limitations of conventional medicine for chronic. Gyn issue so there. I was you know At Johns Hopkins planning to become an Obgyn and had sort of the apex of symptoms. With what I now at what? I now know to be the polycystic Ovarian Syndrome that no one knew that I had so you know at that time for at least seven years. I went undiagnosed I grew up in Massachusetts. I had access to Harvard trained gynecologists than of course at Hopkins. I had access to Hopkins trained gynecology. I had the best of the best and I went undiagnosed for seven years when I finally was able to get a diagnosis. It was through helping my gynecologist by bringing her a report from a medical journal that I had pulled out of the library at school to that had identified all the symptoms that I was having and I said I have this Kendra is what could you share. What the symptoms were. All I had I was. I was fifty pounds heavier than I am. Now I saw had obesity. I was covered face chest and back and cystic acne. I did not meant straight from the age of twelve to twenty two. I had maybe five bleeds two of which were chemically induced with synthetic progesterone. Which if anybody has done that knows that it is delicious experience and so you know it was and I was anxious depressed. Insomnia cle was a mess. Couldn't really function in my day to day. Life with any sort of regularity predictability. I would never know today going to be a day when I had energy was. I going to be in a good mood It was kind of a really negative scary isolating experience And then all the physical symptoms certainly didn't make anyone feel good about themselves. So you know in one of my insomnia coll- nights at the library. I like any young woman in her. Twenty s we do on a Friday night or Saturday night I was like researching medical journals in obstetrics turtles to figure out what was wrong with me because no one had any answers. Everyone was just saying. I'll just go on the pill and that'll solve these problems and I said but you don't even know what the problem is. They said that's true but we should try this anyway and I just didn't feel like that was good medicine for me to to without a known cause take medication for no accurate reason. I believe in more precision kind of based medicine so I found this journal this obstetrics journal and there was a little tiny article about The Stein Leventhal disorder that described my symptoms to a t and all the bells rang inside of my head and I said Oh my gosh this is what I have so i. I waited in the parking lot of my gynecologist office the next morning. She was literally like walking in with her coffee. And just like what are you doing here and I said well you know what I'm doing here is that I would like us to do to specific tests that we have not yet done that. I think will lead us to the conclusion that I have this disorder and she was intrigued enough and gracious enough without having an appointment to do these tests and was able to confirm my diagnosis that. In fact I did have polycystic ovaries and politico very syndrome. And when I I? I was so excited drew like Oh my goodness after years of confusion and dead ends and no answers to have something on a name for it. It was very validating since identity that I'm just crazy right. I'm not something actually going into something going on and I said excellent and I said so now what you know which is sort of like the new Englander in me like now. What do we do? Let's take action and she said well. Unfortunately there isn't really much that we can do for you. This is incurable. And you know we can. You're going to continue to have problems. The obesity that you have today is going to get worse. It might turn into diabetes You will have problems with fertility you may not be able to have children You will have an increased risk of heart disease and cancer. And I'm twenty at this time getting this prognosis after the diagnosis and asking for what support. My Medical Support Team was going offer me and she said we really just don't have anything we can. Just medicate your symptoms along the way and hope for the best but there's nothing that we can do and it was in that moment which I you know. You don't plan for these things. I wasn't like looking to react to particular way I was. It was all happening real time. But in that moment this very specific loud voice or see you know. I don't know how exactly to describe. It was just like that's not your future. An internal wisdom. Good way to describe it and I just repeated that to her. I said that's not my future. So he goes. I was terrified was very terrifying moment to just have to be facing this and so I just repeated what this voice was saying she said well what are you gonNA do. I said I'm going to go take my very expensively trained mind and figure this out and she said well. I'll be here when you want the prescription for the pill and first of all you chase me down on the Paparazzi me. And then tell me. I'M NOT GONNA listen. It was great you were forging your own journey so what happened from there. So that's I proceeded to really get deeply more into the research around functional nutrition epigenetics chronobiology Chinese medicine and really started piecing together what the endocrine system needs to be brought back online. Because fundamentally what I discovered in my research was that most of these conditions these castaway. Gyn conditions like fibroids like Dimitrius like P. C. O. S. Where there's nothing really that we have from conventional medicine to help women like us. That's why I called him castaway because we're kind of like left to figure it out. Is that this. They're fundamentally caused by systematic disruption. And if you simply start to support the endocrine system the body resolves the symptoms and it just works so efficiently and safely across the board for these different conditions. And that's that's really the origin story of my transformation. It was amazing to watch my body. Just recover fifty pounds coming off without deprivation without intense workout my skin clearing up and my ovulation and my cycle coming back. It came back at twenty two and has not left yet.
Atlanta: Facing possible prison time, former Gwinnett cop takes the stand
"Or malice the fire Gwinnett county cop seen on video stop in a man's head of the traffic stop is taking the witness stand today in his own defense Donald says his foot in the face to driver Dimitrius Hollins was an accident he contends he saw Hollins looking back at him but he could not tell he was already coughed ten years my foot question short back on the ground now spring my foot down he moved the state's land McDonald for not assessing the situation before acting including running up with his gun out it's common practice for you when you have somebody looking at the head this situation yeah was my ten of those what happened
Chicago Weather: Snow And Rain Will Stick Around Through Saturday
"I was checking with Dimitrius ivory I you know I've been listening to Lauren give us this this weather report for last couple of days it has no starts tonight and then it continues until Saturday and at that that's it seems like this he Wednesday Thursday Thursday Friday Friday Saturday that's as at least three days according to my counting of continuous snowfall yeah I know it yet there is the the accumulation service are gonna be light can you explain that it's not three days of continuous snowfall in there I I do believe there will be heavy snow fall accumulations in some parts of the area over the next what is I guess it's three days Thursday Friday and he had to Saturday we're gonna see daytime high temperatures in the mid thirties so basically to kind of summarize and I'm saying snow at night rain during the day for the next three days and is this is this going to be continuous is it always going to be precipitating well it it is it breaks it no like this this system is set up is my favorite type of weather pattern call close low pressure system yeah the coastal pressure system all the best in you when you look at this thing from every angle from outer space if you get a chance folks so basically you're talking about an upper level low pressure system which is cut off from the general fall so you know storms go across the country in about four days or so right but a closer cut off low can just kind of sit and spin in one spot for a number of days but what it does is it brings you that kind of give it five minutes type of weather where you get a snow squall then sunshine been so makes with Iran or whatever the heck this is then sunshine I think it's going to be like that I think it's going to be too you know of intermittent snow and rain for three
"dimitrius" Discussed on WTVN
"Undefeated Dimitrius daily a real quick before we get into the unique Christmas traditions I wanted to ask you but because right now like in this situation you played meant well how many boulder you did a few moments to bowl game every whenever yell here's so the time between when the season ends in the bowl games like during that time was that a hard time for you because now it's like you don't really yeah it's not as regimented right I mean what no it's still very regiment this in the us like kind of like camp you're out there you're working your conditioning you're lifting yeah you're trying to get any you're trying to heal if there's anything going on there I mean the injuries and stuff like that but it's still go time there it doesn't change I mean you get a little bit more break right but it's still go time yeah one that's the most important part that's the most important time is when you got that low because that's the time when players do stupid stuff get in trouble the stuff like that so they try to keep you focused and busy that makes sense yeah so you're not I'll get in trouble devoured because you're bored to death so yeah one week from tomorrow I don't know when they head out to Tempe for this I a week before we could so before also they're getting ready to head out yeah that is the one week from tomorrow obviously it's the Fiesta Bowl yeah battling Clemson in the semi yeah and then hopefully we we get past that but boy it's gonna be knock down drag out well I I was not worried about the only team I was worried about until we played was because this last game was LSU I am now concerned about Clemson and I say that because Wisconsin called the best first have as far as play call yes they give us trouble and how to beat us they gave the perfect roadmap and they did like all throughout the year certain teams would do this or they do that or they do this over here right now they put all three of them together you know the well they played the other part of that is Clinton doesn't have the same personnel so they have better per se okay and they have the now here's the difference now if we pull what we did against Wisconsin Wisconsin didn't have the the talent across the board well we just ordered yeah but they didn't have the talent to do that for four quarters a team I can close though had the ability to do that for four quarters so we can't let anything like that would happen against Wisconsin all right so the adjustments we may have time clearly came out leads right down absolutely all right so now if if Clinton begins what what Wisconsin was doing right we already know what adjustments to make if in fact so it's a chess game but we've already perfected our move earlier you would hope see if you will here's the thing I just don't know what it was and why we came out that way one yes without Wisconsin called a great game but even then Wisconsin should never done and played as well as they did against us and I don't know if that was a Hey yeah we smacked him last time we can just walk out here beat him or I you know I don't know what that was because he I cannot figure out because I've never seen that all year we've played all these games and we've never done that and till this moment so I don't know what that was I hope it was just a Hey are we got him last time we'll get him in Wisconsin came smacked as in the phase what calling a great First Avenue and that's all that was in but we'll see come Clemson all right so let's put that now too.
Patriots' Patrick Chung Indicted On Cocaine Possession Charge
"We give a quick shout at the patrick. Chung ben arrested or arraigned reigned for cocaine possession. One of the one of the great great great illegal things that have happened in this country is patrick chung getting being arrested for this it was his alarm was tripped at his house. The cops went into his house. He wasn't even home and just found cocaine in his house. You can do that. I think cocaine and your house now. I don't know that put it in this country anymore. I'm with you on that but i think the more war legal thing is. I don't think you can just go into somebody's house and start rifling around well. I don't know how much driving around the guessing maybe he dimitrius thomas esque cocaine cantabile playmakers allegedly but the i don't think they did much rifling around but they did have cause to enter because alarm was trip yeah but that's bush also like much trips like they can go in like a search warrant. Check ideo were here. We're going to close up for a frodo. That's the burglars cocaine cocaine.
'The Rookie' actress Afton Williamson names alleged abusers after quitting the show
"Yours is now leaving her role in A. B. C.'s the rookie now she says sexual harassment and racial discrimination are to blame Afton Williamson announced that she will not be returning to the show and she said I was sexually harassed by fellow actor Dimitrius gross I was racially bullied and discriminated against and sexually assaulted by the hair department head Sally Nicole's again of itch now she says she told the show runner that these bad acts were going on on the show while they were filming who never started an investigation which per the new wine steam rules I guess that's what they call them around the sets in Hollywood that is what you were supposed to do but the guest star returned to the show ABC now says this is the first time we are hearing it we are now investigating through a third party and we are taking the matter very seriously so now is it really changed in the last few
"dimitrius" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Dimitrius transition era reach to the incoming trump administration imagery of undertook efforts to meet members of the incoming trump administration the months after the election Dimitri of asked to close business associate who work for the United Arab Emirates UAE royal court George Nader to introduce him to trump transition officials and later eventually arranged a meeting in the Seychelles between Dimitri of and Eric prince the trump campaign supporter and an associate of Steve ban in addition the UAE national security adviser interviews Dimitri have to hedge fund manager in front of Jared Kushner recurso in late November twenty sixteen in between December twenty sixteen ten January twenty seventeen Dmitriev in Gerson worked on a proposal for reconciliation between the United States and Russia which Dmitriev implied he cleared through potent Gerson provided that proposal to question before the inauguration and Kushner later gave copies to ban and secretary of state rex tellers eight background Demetria is a Russian national who was appointed CEO rushes sovereign wealth fund the Russian direct investment fund RDI out when it was founded in two thousand eleven Dimitri have reported directly to Putin and freely referred to put in as his boss R. D. I. F. as co invested in various projects with the U. A. E.'s sovereign wealth funds Demetria regularly interacted with Nader a senior adviser to you a eat crown prince Mohammed bin Zayed prince Mohammed in connection with our if ID's dealings with the UAE putting one of the major you have to be in charge of both the financial and the political relationship between Russia and the Gulf states in part because to me trip had been educated in the west and spoke English fluently Nader Nader consider Dmitriev to be Putin's interlocutor in the Gulf region and would relate to me trips views directly to crown prince Mohammed native device Nader develop contacts of both the US presidential campaigns during the twenty sixteen election and kept Dimitri abreast of his efforts to do so the Nader Dimitri have said that his his and the government of Russia's preference was for candidate trump awareness Nader to a system and meeting with members of the trump campaign the next sentence has been deleted by bill Barr later did not introduce Jimmy trip to anyone associated with the trump campaign before the election the entire next paragraph is deleted by bill Barr Eric prince is a businessman who had relationships with various individuals associated with the trump campaign including Steve Bannon Donald Trump junior and Roger stone princes not have a formal role in the campaign although he offered to host a fundraiser for trump and sent unsolicited policy papers on issues such as foreign policy trade and Russian election interference to Steve Bannon page one forty nine after the election prince frequent firmly visited transition offices of trump tower primarily to meet with van but on occasion to meet Michael Flynn and others Brinson band would discuss in our Aaliyah foreign policy issues and princes recommendations regarding who should be appointed to keep fill key national security positions all of prince was not formally affiliated with the transition Nader the following are deleted by the grand jury received assurances sees me and not not deleted by the Grainger deleted by bill Barr received assurances the next part of the sentence deleted by bill Maher that the incoming administration considered prince a trust the socio B. L. E. Carol Dimitrius postelection contacts of the incoming administration soon after midnight on election night Dimitri of messaged blacked out by bill Barr who is traveling to New York to attend the twenty sixteen World Chess Championship blacked out by bill Barr Dmitry Peskov the Russian federation's press secretary who is also attending the World Chess Championship the rest of that paragraph deleted by bill Barr at a price my two forty AM on November ninth twenty sixteen news reports stated the candidate Clinton had called president trump president elect trump to concede at and the rest of the sentence was blocked out by billable by bill but bill Barr road to Dimitri of quote Putin has one page one fifty later that morning Dimitri of can contacted Nader who is in New York to request a meeting with key people in the incoming administration as soon as possible in light of the great results yes Nader to convey to the incoming administration that quote we want to start rebuilding their relationship in whatever is a comfortable place for them we understand all of the sensitivities are not in a rush and quote Dimitri have and Nader had previously discussed Nader introducing him to the contacts Nader had made within the trump campaign Dimitri have also told later that he would as Putin for permission to travel to the United States where he would be able to speak to media outlets about the positive impact of drum selection and the need for reconciliation between the United States and Russia later that day Dimitri of fluid a your core passcode was separately traveling to attend the chess tournament MHM invited Nader to the opening of the term and noted that if there was a chance to see anyone for key from the trump campaign would love to start building there for the future the major and also estate or to invite Kushner to the events so he Dimitri of could meet him later did not pass along Dimitrios invitation anyone connected with the incoming administration although one world chess federation official recall hearing from an attendee that president elect trump stop by the tournament the investigation did not establish the trump or any campaigner transition team official attended the event and the present president's written answers denied the ad later stated that Dimitri have continued to press him to set up a meeting with transition officials and was particularly focused on Kushner at a meeting that would make history the rest of that page one fifty has been blacked out by bill Barr page one fifty.
"dimitrius" Discussed on WTVN
"Dimitrius you're one of the the well known conspiracy analysts profiles have you heard you just call him is that what you're there are I'm a conspiracy analysts myself you just got to figure it out yeah and you're in that you know of course you're an athlete Colin Kaepernick when this whole when he first came on the scene it was documented that his his girlfriend at the time I don't know if you still danger was a radical Islam do you know if that is still the case I do not know if that's the case I have not seen anything on her or about her I'm a single yes just because yeah I wanted to be yeah yeah I really think it needs to be looked into because him and a O. C. and a couple others are just puppets I mean he is making up fool out of himself but you get money so we don't hear them right just as long as it looks right you use the rays game and unfortunate part is they're going to ruin it for somebody that actually does faces racism but you know that's the game plan a little let me add this to mark if you think about this with regard to Colin Kaepernick what he's getting now if he played really well in the NFL he probably still wouldn't make as much money as he's getting now and you don't even have to do in only about the break a sweat break a sweat ME the route that you know I mean he's a he's a he's a sharp businessman in one respect sleazy and stinky but sharp yeah I just you know on the lighter side if he's not dating anyone I would really encourage him to start dating AOC get married have kids their weirdness would cancel each other out Republican committee for the mark.
"dimitrius" Discussed on WTVN
"Jesse's Dimitrius daily playing your Jan here d. Bob in my head. What if that the her Monica? What is is it a mouth, heart heart, heart into harmonica all? Yeah. That is what is this? I don't even know. I just grabbed me real quick. You said to meet you, Jim, I thought maybe you were in cahoots here, grabbed me a little bit. So you know it made me Bob my head. Grabbed you a little bit? Joe Biden of songs. Well, they're the broccoli broccoli has been crowned. America's favorite vegetable who for two years in a row. Now, by the way. Five thousand Americans were polled. Sure. Five thousand Americans represent all of America. In green giant did the poll, by the way? Oh, you mean. Even better. That's funny, because I promise you, would you like a steaming plate of broccoli or a nice, delicious ear of sweet corn with butter and salt, you go go for the sweet corn every time. Can I tell you little secret? It's the this is the top veggie in thirty nine out of fifty states. By the way coming in. Second is corn. Okay. Did you know that broccoli is man made? No. It was made it was carefully bred by Italian farmers. More than two thousand years ago. So yes, so it's like a hybrid of something. It was. GMO. We see a wild cabbage. Genetically modified food has been happening. That's how agriculture came to be. We started manipulating things like like the original corn was unethical. So they had to be different strands together. It's really cool to veggies earned favorites status for the very first time cauliflower counting flower, which I said, collie, flower cauliflowers, how I say, Hello, cauliflower? Flower. That's what I say. My wife says it's wrong so Montana that was their favorite veggie. And then Alaska's favourite was asparagus sped Agoo. Yeah..
"dimitrius" Discussed on WTVN
"Josh. Dimitrius stanley. Twos. The season for Easter and California is banning something that California has done that. I finally agree with they are banning the sale of bunnies for Easter which I actually like so. It's actually I for the the the nation. The the the law was in January. They passed prohibiting pet stores from ringing up rabbits. And a lot are abandoned are euthanized following the season people just use them as some sort of a I don't know, you know, a symbol, obviously. Well, there's a rescue place right there on high street and Clinton Ville for rabbits, actually, I visited, but it was two thousand fifteen two thousand sixteen that had literally a whole room of abandoned rabbits that people give up or whatever and they have a rescue for them. I don't understand what goes through someone like people act like they're. Excuse me, they're cute and they're fuzzy, and that's why and they think kids love them. But they don't really think about that. You know rabbits. They just poop wherever they're at. And they poop in the house and the people train them. Yeah. I know I've been the people's houses that have rabbits and you'll see little rabbit pellets. I it's pope doesn't matter little pellets. Hell it log it doesn't matter. It's it's poop. Okay. And you'd literally see it like because the rabbits for some reason in people's house. They kind of go along the wall or whatever, and you just look over and you see low pellets and the trailing that up. We'll just leave it a 'cause they think like you. Oh, it's just Ocala. No on a second. Wait a minute. You can't let me end of those people that I can. That's the only reason I can think that someone would just let rabbit pellets sit in the corner because they look at it like you do. Yeah. But that's not. I just think that it's it's unbelievable to me that adults would not think levelheaded about something like this and going if you're buying a rabbit for Easter don't plan on getting rid of it. I mean, you gotta keep it. But that's not the case. So as a result California's like, well, you know, what? And I think that this. This should be like this in every state if you asked me, I just think people don't think it through like down, and that's my point. Yeah. Down in Florida. Now, you know, people go and get these exotic snakes, they're finding like eighteen foot, pythons, roaming, and people's backyards goodly don't think about it when they get the pet because it's small, you know, it's cute. And all you think about is just how cute and cuddly. But then cute and cuddly about a small. Snake? I don't care. What people like that? There are people that think that's cute. I've actually seen that before. And I understand where people they'll buy something. And it starts growing. They're like oh God. I didn't think it was going to start getting this big. And then they're like, why don't have the means to take care of just let it go. That's about stupid. They literally in Florida right now there's an epidemic. I think it's a I think it's either pythons or Bork. I can't remember. But these snakes that are getting to like eighteen feet long. And these people are just they're buying them as pets. It's fun. It's cute. And then they're just releasing them. And letting them go wild and eaten people's dogs and all kinds.
"dimitrius" Discussed on WTVN
"Trying to search for just go there. I've got it on my you gotta see it k- Dimitrius watching video here. Tried. So. She goes to get out. On my over. No, no. I'm not watching my. We oughta do though see she can become famous because now we'll share videos of people watching her video doing the reaction watching. Oh, that's what I'm saying. It would set like she would be so famous. That's actually a great idea. We could put the song we could be like, you know, you know, Dimitrius Stanley says natural reactions I've ever seen was fantastic. That is so painful role literally tore everything I think her leg was like just swinging free. Like, it wouldn't even they both. They both broke the wrong direction backwards. Oh my God. Gave me goes. Like, I understand her sentiment. But that was on public and you're on camera in public. There's an expectation of privacy. So, you know to say that she wants social media platforms to St. prevent people from Sharon. Like, listen it SOX. It really does. But you don't have. I mean, and people really aren't they're not watching it and making fun of her say their sympathy. Yes, you're watching it. And then you're going. Oh my God. I wouldn't wish that on my worst enemy. Yeah. This girl like you're laughing mocking and going right gone. Yeah. That she deserved that. It's not like that again, six ten WTVN dot com, keyword blazer. It's on my blog. And here's the thing. Here's the difference. I an athlete it just it hits you differently. You know, and I feel pay. I bet there's a lot of people that are athletes former athletes that didn't watch it. Yeah..
"dimitrius" Discussed on WTVN
"Is the Mark laser show along with cease and Dimitrius Stanley. So this this came out yesterday. We didn't end up getting to it on the air. Josh. But, you know, target announcing that they have now raised their minimum wage in a couple of days ago. Remember nationwide hospitals children's children's fifteen. Yeah. Raising their minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour. Now, I don't know where you guys come down on this. But you know, target goes to thirteen now. And you know, a lot of businesses are starting to head in this direction. Amazon is already at fifteen an hour. Costco's at fourteen an hour. I had no idea they they're raising their minimum wage target that we just mentioned thirteen in our WalMart is at eleven. And now they're saying is putting pressure on them to try to kind of keep up with with regards to that Ayman free market. I mean competition if they can afford to do it, and that's gonna make WalMart have to challenge their compensation. I'm okay. As long as you know, if I have to start paying thirty dollars. There you go, you know, for whatever a ten dollar t shirt now, then we'll have a problem. So I'm okay with I mean, God bless, and I hope everybody makes enough money to get by in this world. I do. But is it going to be minimum wage increase at the cost of the rest of us having the spend more of our money. Well, so Br bringing them up you're pulling the rest of us down. That's not equality, and we were we were talking about this to like, for instance, nationwide children's hospital like they're raising the minimum wage fifteen. They were saying, you know, middle level people are people have been there a little bit there bumped up to twenty and so on it goes on and we're going, well, they're going to pass that down because Tylenol he's gonna cost sixty bucks now, and you're going to be trying to bring your own if you like on the way, they're like could you imagine you're in an ambulance going? Hold on. Can you stop at CVS real cook? I got by Tylenol gauze gonna take my B Y OT bring your own Tylenol. Well, we'll see. Here's the thing. You know, when it comes as minimum wage, you know, the Democrats selling this, and it's a selling point for them. And it sounds really good. But at the end of the day minimum wage jobs were made for high school kids, or maybe a retiree that, you know, they want to make some extra money on top of social security because you're supposed to raise your wage by looking for a better job. Because if I'm McDonald's, I'm selling a dollar fifty burger, right, right? And then I go from seven eight bucks. Then I go up to fifteen well who's gonna eat that cost? The company is not gonna eat that cost of they're going to have to put that cost somewhere else. And it's going to be big right war. It's going to make a company like Wendy's, go out and get electronic screen. You can come in and poke, and then people lose jobs. That's what it's going to cause. Yeah. And nobody nobody's telling people that because obviously they're not. It sounds great. But they're not at the end of the day. What's going to end up happening is losing your job because they can't keep raising the price of their product on us because we're gonna stop going. And then if they pay you more. They're going to have to call. Now think about it like this. I think what the the business model is they say it's more expensive when you're rolling through people to rehire and retrain again, then to just retain who you have. So as a result, they're raising the minimum wage in an effort to retain those people. So they are not rolling over their cost overall. Long money totally understand the argument right over the course of five years, you're going through five employee's. You've got all that training. You've got all the main everything that goes along. I wanna make a distinction here that a lot of people they go. Well, I mean look at that. You know, you can't that's not a living wage. Minimum wage was never designed to be the desire. Okay. This is what you this is what you're going to set out to make minimum wage was to get you started to get you kicked in. And if whether that was in high school, or whether it was in college or whatever, and then, you know, a stepping stone to other career paths. This idea that minimum wage has to be above a certain level. I heard, sir. Certain people on the left. Are you a minimum wage should be the equivalent of forty thousand dollars forty thousand dollars. That is not that is not what minimum wage is supposed to be about. Minimum wages has was never. Intended to do that. And because we have so many unskilled workers, and we have a plethora of more jobs. So we do have labors to fill it. People are going after these minimum wage jobs because this is the only skills they have, and they expect them to be like forty five fifty thousand dollars a year jobs, and they just aren't. And here's another thing. Here's the kicker. Right. So in nineteen ninety four ninety five ninety six Mr. Bill Clinton democrat signs what we call NAFTA. And that's the net national whatever trade deal that we create it. Right. Right. And since the nineties we've lost over five million high paying jobs to the country. Everybody knows NAFTA. It was a disaster. Trump it is it is because it's sent all of these jobs. And then here they come around twenty years later and say, oh, well, we need to raise the minimum wage because you're not fairly being paid. Well, if you wouldn't have signed NAFTA and sin all these jobs away to other countries that pay their employees two dollars a day. We wouldn't be in this position. Today. It's all a trap and all this going to do is put people that are going to these companies looking for their minimum wage to be raised. They're going to be without jobs because we see what's happening. Wendy's. Are I think it's McDonald's? They're starting to put those self order screens in their right? It's terrible. I know right. Does that? That's what's going to eventually happen. Because everything now if my business is low margin, I can't keep going up and increasing. You know, what I pay you or I'm going to take five employees, pay them more and get rid of five of you. That's what's going to end up happening in the end and more people are going to be without jobs because of this and the Democrats are using and selling it as a a political thing. Okay. So two things here at fifteen bucks an hour, forty hours a week. It's thirty one thousand two hundred dollars a year. So it's a thirty one thousand dollars a year salary. You were talking about the forty thousand. It's not it's not far from that. Right now. That's one and two. How do we fix it? Because you're going here. What happened because of what Clinton did we know? Now what the ripple effect is. According to your theory now, how do you fix it? Because here's the way that I'm coming down on this. Right. Is it bad that I kind of I kind of like it because I have a daughter who's thirteen she's going into enter the workforce here pretty soon, and I'm gonna go if she's making ten bucks somewhere in our. I'm going to go. Why are you doing that? Why wouldn't you go get a job at nationwide showed? If you qualify at their entry level, you're gonna make four more dollars an hour. Why would you or five more dollars an hour and one of the kind of like it, but one of the traps with that? When a person starts making money at an early age, it hinders them in my personal opinion their desire to climb the ladder. Because you think that, you know, fifteen years old, I'm making thirty thousand dollars year. That's like the world. Right. That is a lot of money to a sixteen year old. Right. So you get into this mindset of a making a lot of money, and it feels like a lot. So then you get into this mode where you're not looking to expand yourself your. Horizon. So you stay in this mode for a long time. And then you turn a certain age in life. Like, wait, my I'm not making enough money to live. And I think a lot of people get caught in that. Right. Doug, welcome to the show. Thanks, call calling. What you got brother? Well, minimum wage accomplishes one thing devalue, the dollar if you raise the minimum wage read the management wage wage above them in the upper management wage about engineer buying power down dollars buying power. Does not maybe seventy five cents. Years and years and years people have not realized that you just devalue the dollar is your insist on marriage and the minimum wage history. Vestry back that up this stupidity. Yeah. That stupidity to get votes. Exactly. And here's you, Doug. Thanks for calling for listening. Bottom line. You know, if you want to stop all the lists, you stop leading the Federal Reserve print our money and keep putting it into the environment. And let me throw this out there because we're up against it as they say if you own a business, you can't keep any workers because you're paying nine dollars an hour. Okay. And you got everybody around you doing what they're doing. Which is what's happening right now devalue, the dollar or not, however you wanted to find it, right? How do you hold onto people? Then how do you attract the person that goes by I'm going to go make six more dollars an hour. Okay. I take on more responsibility myself don't have to hire other people. And then I find people that are maybe a little younger that nine bucks an hour seems like some good Money Train them get them. Right. And they're happy. And then the people that have the skills sin in telemarketing place somewhere calling people on the phone because they can't find a job. Well, yeah. There's that traffic.
"dimitrius" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Google. This is Google and Google Google the Google, but really goes on. But can you can you Google how to use Google Google Google? What happens then you go down to spider hole? It's over. Okay. I got to share this story with you. Because this is a great example of how government can work for you. How government can work for you? You know, we all want government to work better. So here's an example of government working for you. Yes. Here we got an employee for the city of Washington DC is accused of trading. Everybody's getting on the business with the side hustles and employee of the city of Washington DC's is accused of trading one point four million dollars in supplemental nutrition assistance, program benefits that snap benefits like welfare and stuff. Right. I got the power per sex. And four hundred thousand dollars in cash Dimitrius McMillan who worked for DC's department of human services. Permanent human servicing department human services is facing federal charges after he allegedly handed out more than one point four five million in snap benefits. Also known as food stamps all snap. I mean, I just other welfare benefits to recipients who gave him sexual favors and three hundred eighty thousand dollars in cash. It would be good data cut a quantified like how many people gave him sexual favors and gave him three eighty thousand dollars in cash because the way they have this written over Breitbart is they make it sound like the benefits were given a recipients who gave him sexual favors and three hundred eighty thousand dollars in cash like each person gave him three hundred and eighty thousand dollars in cash, according to court documents McMillan was reportedly not alone in the scheme. NBC four Washington reported up to two dozen welfare recipients were involved in the scam McMillan is slated to appear in federal Cordery was earlier today. It's the second DC government employees to be ensnared in a welfare fraud investigation in the past month, the first who also worked at the department of human services was convicted in February of running a four hundred thousand dollar welfare fraud scheme in two thousand seventeen where he pocketed food stamp benefits. And then transferred the money to a fake account over a period of.
"dimitrius" Discussed on Kingpins
"Motown records are in be artists. Like Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross, and the Supremes were breaking out of the local scene and into the billboard top ten. It was Charles dream to become a part of that world. But is a rival in Detroit was less magical than he'd hoped. Well, the music scene prospered. The rest of Detroit's a Konami was in decline. The once thriving automotive industry was failing and racial tensions were pulling the community apart. Segregation had long been an issue in Detroit and after a series of riots in nineteen sixty seven things only got worse. White families fled the city moving into suburbs. Black families were forced to stay in the cities where job opportunities were low taxes were skyrocketing and crime was on the rise the Flannery thought they would be trading up. But the poverty they faced in Detroit was even worse than it had been in Cleveland a few years later in nineteen seventy to their second son Terry was born and with two children to feed Charles couldn't wait around for his music career to take off. He took a job as a steelworker while Lucille stayed home and took care of the. Boys after work. Charles liked to unwind by playing the blues. Dimitrius took after his love of music, and as soon as he was old enough to hold a tar Charles taught him everything he knew. The father and son duo joined forces with their church's gospel choir Charles in Dimitrius provided the blues guitarist rhythm and the choir adapted their hymnals to the beat. There was no doubt. The family had talent that talent alone wouldn't pay the bills. One cold winter morning. When Dimitrius was still young he woke up freezing cold the lights wouldn't turn on the power had been shut off. He grabbed his baby brother Terry and crypt out to the living room as he got close. He heard his mother and father arguing he stopped and peaked around the corner Lucille had tears in her eyes. She was talking about the house worrying if they had enough money to keep it the heard the floorboards creaking and turned around Dimitrius told them the power had been shut off. Charles grimaced got up and went outside. Charles grabbed his toolbox and climbed up the pole to power line. The power had been shut off for a reason. They hadn't paid the Bill. But if it meant keeping his family warm, he would find a way to get the electricity running no matter what it took. This was. Lesson Dimitrius took to heart by the time. He was a teenager. He was willing to do anything to help raise his family out of poverty..
"dimitrius" Discussed on WTVN
"It is the Mark blazer show. Josh. Season Dimitrius Stanley. So this just in Justin fields. The former five star quarterback recruit who left Georgia after his freshman season to join the buckeyes has been ruled immediately eligible by the NC double A he will play for Ohio State and the twenty one thousand nine season. So I guess here's kind of a little bit of background fields. He grew up just outside of Atlanta in Kennesaw, Georgia, and he was the target of racially bigoted comments by Georgia baseball player. Adam Sasser this was during the September twenty ninth win versus Tennessee. So that led to Sasser actually getting kicked off the team. And that was a key part. Two fields waiver requests based on the NC double A's new rule that allows immediate eligibility for transfers based on mitigating circumstances that are outside the student athletes control directly impact, the health safety and wellbeing of the student, and it shouldn't even have to get to that. I when a coach leave a code our player comes to a school if a Costa size to leave in the. The middle of that player's time. He gets to go to the school and just gets to coach right away. Right. So why is that an issue with players? Why why are you doing that? With the players the players should be able to go somewhere and play immediately. If they're good enough to play you shouldn't have to go through all this in my opinion. Well, it turns into free agency. Then doesn't it? If you don't have paid. Well, besides the point. But you're like you're somewhere where they're they're not playing enough. You know, what I'm going to call up, blah, blah, blah, Cody, light coaches, somebody calls them and says, hey, we'll give you a million dollars extra. They get up in different go coach right away. And why can't the play everything is against the player doing what they wanna do? Well, the players are the one that makes it so that coach can get that money. So why don't they have the same right without going through? All this this red tape to go somewhere else. I don't I don't understand it. I don't agree with it. I think that should be this player wants to go play somewhere. Some feels. He has a better opportunity, then go everybody else can do it more on that.
"dimitrius" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Now Dimitrius ivories forecast. A winter storm warning in effect through Saturday morning for the entire area. Expect four to eight inches of snow to fall on the area through Saturday night with more possible near the lake on Sunday tonight snow likely becoming windy with wind gusts up to thirty to forty miles an hour of twenty-five tomorrow snow likely temperatures falling through the mid twenties during the day, drifting and blowing snow one to three more inches. Tomorrow night. Cloudy. Cole was snow showers, mainly by the lake some areas could see an additional three to six inches a low of eleven and Sunday. Blustery cold with lake effect. Snow a high of sixteen right now. O'hare twenty eight midway thirty Morton grove Twenty-eight along the lakefront twenty nine. I'm Kim Gordon and the WGN radio newsroom, and these are the stories that matter on seven twenty WGN. broken shell of Anna devices. Don't turn around in the window there real. But it's still looking like winter is coming. Winter is coming. Which Roeper is here stepping in the studio also Kevin Powell has stepped into the studio Kevin. And I have decided that we this is the best way to protect ourselves from the coming storm is to huddle in amass a massive humanity. Our shared body heat is somehow going to keep us alive during this. We are going to start a fire in the studio and burning and melting snow and look at the two of you guys. With your sweaters from the Caucasian background singer line of clothing..
"dimitrius" Discussed on WTVN
"Mark blazer show. Welcome back along with Josh and Dimitrius Stanley in the studio. Hey, so. I wanted to talk about this. President Trump versus Nancy Pelosi speaker Pelosi, and she's charging the president with endangering the lives of Americans based on him issuing the memo about that she could fly commercial if she wanted because she wasn't going to take any military aircraft on her on her trip. It would not be proper that. All these people are not getting paid right now partial government shutdown that she hops in an aircraft. And is absent from Washington DC. Also in addition to that, it doesn't allow her to have an opportunity to try to bury the hatchet here as well. Right. So I understand why did it. I think it was a brilliant move. It was petty. And it was probably a, but what she did was petty. Absolutely. It was but she's like, oh, I don't want you. You should put your submit the state of the union and writing, but you know, she just recently got busted with those angel. Moms of I think young people that were murdered by. A legal aliens. And they went to Washington DC to talk to Nancy Pelosi, and she wouldn't come out of her office. And they lied and said she wasn't there. And what she's afraid of is that Trump on national TV with the attention of the entire nation brings these people into into play. They get on Phil. And they get to see this type of stuff. She it's not about him. She doesn't want him to be able to speak in her her not be able to rebuttal to what he says like they did on that other spe- address to the nation in the Oval Office. From the overall, which by the way, I'm like why did they get to rebut back because I've never even seen. That tells you a lot right there that absolutely told me a lot. But the point is win the shutdown happen. They went they were in. She was in Hawaii somewhere, then they went to I think it was Puerto Rico Rico Rico, and now she's leaving the country get everybody's blaming Trump for the shutdown. Well, this is what I look at it. The Democrats in two thousand thirteen hundred forty six billion to build what they called a barrier K. So they wanted right. He's giving the voters that the people that voted for him what they want. He's trying to keep his promise. Why are you mad at this guy? He's giving everybody that's involved. What they either ask for at one point or what they want. So I don't understand why they're blaming him. And why are you leaving the country? If you're so worried about the people that are here not getting paid. She's not. She's not worried about it. Exactly. Right. It's a front when they start talking about it. It's lip service. It's gum flapping. So it doesn't mean anything. Absolutely. There's no substance behind it whatsoever. And you if you care about why why are you going to other countries the? Visit other people when you have this issue here, you should be in the White House every day waiting talking doing something trying to get to solve this process. Because there's about to be a second paycheck second pay period that these people will not be paid for you. That's coming up very soon. Yes..
"dimitrius" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And now the WGN forecast, here's meteorologist Mitri is. I agree be on the lookout for slick spots tonight. It'll be breezy at times with patchy freezing drizzle. The overnight low temperature falls down to twenty degrees. We could see wind gusts up to twenty miles per hour for tomorrow, we'll see mostly cloudy conditions. It'll be breezy and seasonably chilly. High temperature thirty two we're in between systems tomorrow night, mostly cloudy, the low down to twenty four. Four our next week. So maker arrives Thursday. We'll see a high temperature of thirty two minor accumulations there a more significant storm arrives into Friday, mostly cloudy skies during the day snow arrives late in the evening. The high temperature reaches thirty one blustery conditions with continuing and accumulating snow on Saturday. Saturday's high twenty-seven Sunday, we'll be variably chilly with lake affects no showers. Extremely co conditions with a high of only fifteen Monday, we'll see partly cloudy conditions. The chance of light snow. The high temperature eighteen I'm meteorologist Dimitrius ivory right now here twenty eight midway Twenty-eight, Gary thirty the winds blowing from the southwest thirteen miles an hour. The barometer is falling along the lakefront Twenty-eight. I'm Kim Gordon in the WGN newsroom. Ready to join the conversation live whenever a story changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN. additive lines is.
U.S. appeals court orders EPA to ban pesticide said to harm children
"Environmental groups are celebrating but farmers are not after a federal appeals court decision to ban a pesticide that many say is linked to abnormal brain development in children Schaefer with the pesticide action network says the EPA proposed banning the widely. Used pesticide Clark back in two thousand. Fifteen and the ninth circuit court said Thursday you can't really take that back now and that's illegal for you. To decide that you then cannot take action you have to show the evidence, that it's still safe to have the marketplace which they have. Not been able, to do after the ruling the EPA said data used from, Columbia study on the pesticide had, been inaccessible keeping, them from making scientific assessments but Earthjustice attorney Mercer ordonio says. That doesn't, make any, sense EPA for years I. Said you, know this is a credible study she says the evidence that it is harmful to developing brains is
Chicago residents accuse cops of planting "bait trucks" to lure thieves
"Well. No one really knows there is a new flap over, city hall over something called bait trucks to find out. What they are and what the controversy is, all about here's our Bill. Cameron they trucks are trucks filled. With virtually, is, and. Place on the open as a lure to trap thieves one was placed in, Inglewood not far from the Norfolk Southern railroad yards or been breaking it a freight containers black leaders are saying it's entrapping. Poor people but not everybody is critical listen to former cop and firefighter. Now alderman Anthony Napolitano if you're using a beat. Bay truck and you put a truck out there you're not gonna get John to citizen that. On his way to work on his way to. School runways play the park, that's going to open up the truck and feel something. Out of it you're gonna. Get the career criminal in the, career criminal is the reason why the crime. Rate is astronomical in the city of Chicago right now now you might expect former police. Superintendent now candidates remember Gary McCarthy to agree but his campaign says he has no No comment on,