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"rumbek" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Lost by amethyst kia. This is democracy now with one solace after months of decline in covid cases in the united states due in part to widely available vaccines. The number of new cases per day is on the rise. This comes as pfizer officials met with the us. Regulators and vaccine experts monday seeking emergency use authorization for a third shot a booster most public health. Experts say a third shot advisors. A vaccine is not necessary for most adults. Meanwhile in geneva switzerland head of the world health organization slammed the growing vaccine gap between rich and poor countries. this is dr tedros. Non gabriel's some countries and regions are actually ordering. Millions of booster does before other countries have had supplies to vaccinate their health workers and most vulnerable. We're making conscious choices right now. Not to protect those most in need. Meanwhile the us food and drug administration has added a new warning to johnson and johnson. Single dose cove in nineteen vaccine the fda reports about a hundred cases of The rare autoimmune disorder gan beret among twelve point eight million j. and j. vaccine recipients in the us the cases were mostly in many age fifty and older with one death reported. The fda said a statement. The benefits of the vaccine still clearly outweigh the risks for more. We're joined in palo. Alto california by dr abroa- koran. He's a fellow at stanford university in the division of infectious diseases and geographic medicine. Doctor welcome back to democracy. Now it's great to have you with us Why don't we start off with you. Explaining this latest development with johnson and johnson and then move onto what pfizer is asking for the third booster and the vaccine gap in. the world. Definitely thinks trag mimi. So in terms of the johnson johnson vaccine as we noted earlier when there was a signal for the brain clots in women. Now there is a signal an association. But we can't say it's a combination of john beret syndrome. Which is an autoimmune condition. Odds neurologic syndrome in which the immune system attacks the nerves and can give you. Paralysis can take weeks or even years in some people to fully resolve. It's a serious condition We usually actually see this after a different respiratory viral infections. You can see it after kobe. Most cases are actually after campylobacter infections. Forty percent or so are thought to be caused from this in the united states. I think as you mentioned there's about three to six thousand cases per year and so what you note here though is that there may be slightly higher incidents in men above age fifty. Who have taken the jj vaccine. So what what that means is essentially the cdc's committee on as asian practices. We'll have to review this and see if in fact there is enough data to link to and if so they may give recommendations i pacific groups such as men in that age group Perhaps If they can get an mri vaccine they may recommend that. But without being said even with kovic. you can see You often do see many neurologic Segue and so again. The risk is always weighing against the benefit. The risk of getting covid getting other symptoms from in versus the benefit of getting the vaccine. And you know in the united states we have access to multiple vaccines are vaccines where they have not seen the signal and so We have options here whereas in many other parts of the world. Unfortunately as dr grace's mentioned there isn't that option in many countries have not seen any vaccine at all and so that actually brings me to the next point. Which is the pfizer vaccine and the need for a booster shot. so essentially. what they're saying is that there's data that pfizer has that they've reviewed with top health officials in the us Suggesting that patients who are immunocompromised. Such as patients who've recently received transplants are immunosuppressive. Therapies may have a higher risk of getting a covid even after they've been fully vaccinated. Now i haven't seen all of that. Data hasn't been fully publicly released and so that will really depend on on what we are seeing now that against the background of the delta variant more transmissible variant and variants. That are more virulent as well. That can cause more disease and also the fact that you know for for many people now. It's been several months since they received their vaccines. I received mine in january. So there's a lot of things at play here and we. We need more data. Before we make any final decisions and dr we've heard a lot about the delta variant. Could you talk about the landau variant. What we know about it at this time well with with all of these variants essentially the main questions are transmissible is the variant. Is it able to out compete other variants. That are present. And what specific. Mutations are there in the receptor binding domain which is essentially the domain and different proteins around there through which the virus binds and enter cells. You know this. We really look to our biology colleagues To parse through some of that data. I work more onto the epidemiologic side. And so there you essentially have to see what percent of cases are being caused by different variants. How are they competing against one. Another in different populations and so you know as least speaking to delta variant. We know that few months ago it only comprise about three percent of cases in the us. Now it's closer to sixty percent of cases and that is Been rising pretty quickly. I don't have the data right on hand for lambda variant and last few seconds on this issue of pfizer pushing for the third Booster do you think. There is a financial incentive here for them. Will you always have to wonder with pharmaceutical companies. Especially given that it is an industry that is very profitable and we've seen a lot of vaccine equity globally. I work as a global health physician. And so i always scrutinized some of these decisions without being said i wanna look to the actual primary data an analyze that for myself so when we do have access to that data we hope to see it and you know. There's a lot of us looking at this closely so i hope the science is what guides is not the the financial aspects. We want to thank you so much. For being with us dr brock koran fellow at stanford university in the division of infectious diseases and geographic medicine. That does it for our show. Democracy now is produced with rene felt mike burke dina goes to messiah roads. Shake maria terrace. Cena tammy were enough during an address. Malkov timorese john hamilton. Rumbek karen honeymoon. Student adriano contrasts are general manager. Is julie cross special. Thanks to becca. Stella mary barnard paul powell mike to filipo mogilny garra. Amy goodman with one gonzalez..

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"rumbek" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

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07:01 min | 5 months ago

"rumbek" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"By amethyst. This is democracy now with one solace after months of decline in covid cases in the united states due in part to widely available vaccines. The number of new cases per day is on the rise. This comes as pfizer officials met with the us. Regulators and vaccine experts monday seeking emergency use authorization for a third shot a booster most public health. Experts say a third shot advisors. Marin a vaccine is not necessary for most adults. Meanwhile in geneva switzerland ahead of the world health organization slammed the growing vaccine gap between rich and poor countries. this is dr tedros. Non gabriel's some countries and regions are actually ordering. Millions of booster does before other countries have had supplies to vaccinate their health workers and most vulnerable. We're making conscious choices right now. Not to protect those most in need. Meanwhile the us food and drug administration has added a new warning to johnson and johnson. Single dose cove in nineteen vaccine the fda reports about a hundred cases of The rare autoimmune disorder gan beret among twelve point eight million j. and j. vaccine recipients in the us the cases were mostly in many age fifty and older with one death reported. The fda said a statement. The benefits of the vaccine still clearly outweigh the risks for more. We're joined in palo. Alto california by dr abroa- koran. He's a fellow at stanford university in the division of infectious diseases and geographic medicine. Doctor welcome back to democracy. Now it's great to have you with us. Why don't we start off with you. Explaining this latest development with johnson and johnson and then move onto what pfizer is asking for the third booster and the vaccine gap in. the world. Definitely thinks trag mimi. So in terms of the johnson. Johnson vaccine as we noted earlier when there was a signal for the brain clots in younger women. Now there is a signal an association. But we can't say it's a causation of john beret syndrome. Which is an autoimmune condition. Odds neurologic syndrome in which the immune system attacks the nerves and can give you. Paralysis can take weeks or even years in some people to fully resolve. It's a serious condition We usually actually see this after a different respiratory viral infections. You can see it after kobe. Most cases are actually after campylobacter infections. Forty percent or so are thought to be caused from this in the united states. I think as you mentioned there's about three to six thousand cases per year and so what you note here though is that there may be slightly higher incidents in men above age fifty. Who have taken the jj vaccine. So what what that means is essentially the cdc's committee on as asian practices. We'll have to review this and see if in fact there is enough data to link to and if so they may give recommendations i pacific groups as men in that age group perhaps If they can get an mri vaccine they may recommend that. But without being said even with kovic. you can see You often do see many neurologic Segue and so again. The risk is always weighing against the benefit. The risk of getting covid getting other symptoms from in versus the benefit of getting the vaccine. And you know in the united states we have access to multiple vaccines are vaccines where they have not seen the signal and so We have options here whereas in many other parts of the world. Unfortunately as dr grace's mentioned there isn't that option in many countries have not seen any vaccine at all and so that actually brings me to the next point. Which is the pfizer vaccine and the need for a booster shot. so essentially. what they're saying is that there's data that pfizer has that they've reviewed with top health officials in the us Suggesting that patients who are immunocompromised. Such as patients who've recently received transplants are immunosuppressive. Therapies may have a higher risk of getting a covid even after they've been fully vaccinated. Now i haven't seen all of that. Data hasn't been fully publicly released and so that will really depend on on what we are seeing now that against the background of the delta variant more transmissible variant and variants. That are more virulent as well. That can cause more disease and also the fact that you know for for many people now. It's been several months since they received their vaccines. I received mine in january. So there's a lot of things at play here and we. We need more data. Before we make any final decisions and dr we've heard a lot about the delta variant. Could you talk about the landau variant. What we know about it at this time well with with all of these variants essentially the main questions are How transmissible is the variant. Is it able to out compete other variants. That are present. And what specific. Mutations are there in the receptor binding domain which is essentially the domain and different proteins around there through which the virus binds and enter cells. You know this. We really look to our biology colleagues To parse through some of that data. I work more onto the epidemiologic side. And so there you essentially have to see what percent of cases are being caused by different variants. How are they competing against one. Another in different populations and so you know as least speaking to delta variant. We know that few months ago it only comprise about three percent of cases in the us. Now it's closer to sixty percent of cases and that is Been rising pretty quickly. I don't have the data right on hand for lambda variant and last few seconds on this issue of pfizer pushing for the third Booster there is a financial incentive here for them. Will you always have to wonder with pharmaceutical companies. Especially given that it is an industry that is very profitable. And we've seen a lot of vaccine equity globally. I work as a global health physician. And so i always scrutinized some of these decisions without being said i wanna look to the actual primary data an analyze that for myself so when we do have access to that data we hope to see it and you know. There's a lot of us looking at this closely so i hope the science is what guides is not the the financial aspects. We want to thank you so much. For being with us dr brock koran fellow at stanford university in the division of infectious diseases and geographic medicine. That does it for our show. Democracy now is produced with rene felt mike burke dina goes to messiah roads. Shake maria terrace. Cena tammy were enough during an address. Malkov timorese john hamilton. Rumbek karen honeymoon. Student adriano contrasts are general manager. Is julie cross special. Thanks to bet. Stella mary barnard paul powell mike to flip on mogilny. Garra amy goodman with one gonzalez..

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"rumbek" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:01 min | 5 months ago

"rumbek" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"By amethyst kia. This is democracy now with one solace after months of decline in covid cases in the united states due in part to widely available vaccines. The number of new cases per day is on the rise. This comes as pfizer officials met with the us. Regulators and vaccine experts monday seeking emergency use authorization for a third shot a booster most public health. Experts say a third shot advisors. Marin a vaccine is not necessary for most adults meanwhile in geneva switzerland the head of the world health organization slammed the growing vaccine gap between rich and poor countries. this is dr tedros. Non gabriel's some countries and regions are actually ordering. Millions of booster does before other countries have had supplies to vaccinate their health workers and most vulnerable. We're making conscious choices right now. Not to protect those most in need. Meanwhile the us food and drug administration has added a new warning to johnson and johnson. Single dose cove in nineteen vaccine the fda reports about a hundred cases of The rare autoimmune disorder gan beret among twelve point eight million j. and j. vaccine recipients in the us the cases were mostly in many age fifty and older with one death reported. The fda said a statement. The benefits of the vaccine still clearly outweigh the risks for more. We're joined in palo. Alto california by dr abroa- koran. He's a fellow at stanford university in the division of infectious diseases and geographic medicine. Doctor welcome back to democracy. Now it's great to have you with us. Why don't we start off with you. Explaining this latest development with johnson and johnson and then move onto what pfizer is asking for the third booster and the vaccine gap in. the world. Definitely thinks trag mimi. So in terms of the johnson. Johnson vaccine as we noted earlier when there was a signal for the brain clots in younger women. Now there is a signal an association. But we can't say it's a causation of john beret syndrome. Which is an autoimmune condition. Odds neurologic syndrome in which the immune system attacks the nerves and can give you. Paralysis can take weeks or even years in some people to fully resolve. It's a serious condition We usually actually see this after a different respiratory viral infections. You can see it after kobe. Most cases are actually after campylobacter infections. Forty percent or so are thought to be caused from this in the united states. I think as you mentioned there's about three to six thousand cases per year and so what you note here though is that there may be slightly higher incidents in men above age fifty. Who have taken the jj vaccine. So what what that means is essentially the cdc's committee on as asian practices. We'll have to review this and see if in fact there is enough data to link to and if so they may give recommendations i pacific groups such as men in that age group Perhaps If they can get an mri vaccine they may recommend that. But without being said even with kovic. you can see You often do see many neurologic Segue and so again. The risk is always weighing against the benefit. The risk of getting covid getting other symptoms from in versus the benefit of getting the vaccine. And you know in the united states we have access to multiple vaccines are vaccines where they have not seen the signal and so We have options here whereas in many other parts of the world. Unfortunately as dr grace's mentioned there isn't that option in many countries have not seen any vaccine at all and so that actually brings me to the next point. Which is the pfizer vaccine and the need for a booster shot. so essentially. what they're saying is that there's data that pfizer has that they've reviewed with top health officials in the us Suggesting that patients who are immunocompromised. Such as patients who recently received transplants are immunosuppressive. Therapies may have a higher risk of getting a covid even after they've been fully vaccinated. Now i haven't seen all of that. Data hasn't been fully publicly released and so that will really depend on on what we are seeing now that against the background of the delta variant more transmissible variant and variants. That are more virulent as well. That can cause more disease and also the fact that you know for for many people now. It's been several months since they received their vaccines. I received mine in january. So there's a lot of things at play here and we. We need more data. Before we make any final decisions and dr we've heard a lot about the delta variant. Could you talk about the landau variant. What we know about it at this time well with with all of these variants essentially the main questions are transmissible is the variant. Is it able to out compete other variants. That are present. And what specific. Mutations are there in the receptor binding domain which is essentially the domain and different proteins around there through which the virus binds and enter cells. You know this. We really look to our biology colleagues To parse through some of that data. I work more onto the epidemiologic side. And so there you essentially have to see what percent of cases are being caused by different variants. How are they competing against one. Another in different populations and so you know as least speaking to delta variant. We know that few months ago it only comprise about three percent of cases in the us. Now it's closer to sixty percent of cases and that is Been rising pretty quickly. I don't have the data right on hand for lambda variant and last few seconds on this issue of pfizer pushing for the third Booster do you think. There is a financial incentive here for them. Will you always have to wonder. With pharmaceutical companies especially given that it is an industry that is very profitable and vaccine equity globally. I work as a global health physician. And so i always scrutinized some of these decisions without being said i wanna look to the actual primary data an analyze that for myself so when we do have access to that data we hope to see it and you know. There's a lot of us looking at this closely so i hope the science is what guides is not the the financial aspects. We want to thank you so much. For being with us dr brock koran fellow at stanford university in the division of infectious diseases and geographic medicine. That does it for our show. Democracy now is produced with rene felt mike burke dina goes to messiah roads. Shake maria terrace. Cena tammy were enough during an address. Malkov timorese john hamilton. Rumbek karen honeymoon. Student adriano contrasts general manager. Is julie cross special. Thanks to becca. Stella mary barnard paul powell mike to flip on mogilny. Garra amy goodman with one gonzalez..

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"rumbek" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

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07:00 min | 5 months ago

"rumbek" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Lost by amethyst kia. this is democracy now with one gonzales. After months of decline in covid cases in the united states due in part to widely available vaccines the number of new cases per day is on the rise this comes as pfizer officials met with the us regulators and vaccine experts. Monday seeking emergency use authorization for a third shot a booster most public health experts. Say a third shot advisors. Marin a vaccine is not necessary for most adults meanwhile in geneva switzerland head of the world health organization slammed the growing vaccine gap between rich and poor countries. This is dr tedros. Non gabriel's some countries and regions are actually ordering. Millions of booster does before other countries have had supplies to vaccinate their health workers and most vulnerable. We're making conscious choices right now. Not to protect those most in need. Meanwhile the us food and drug administration has added a new warning to johnson and johnson. Single dose cove in nineteen vaccine the fda reports about a hundred cases of The rare autoimmune disorder gan beret among twelve point eight million j. and j. vaccine recipients in the us the cases were mostly in many age fifty and older with one death reported. The fda said a statement. The benefits of the vaccine still clearly outweigh the risks for more. We're joined in palo. Alto california by dr abroa- koran. He's a fellow at stanford university in the division of infectious diseases and geographic medicine. Doctor welcome back to democracy. Now it's great to have you with us. Why don't we start off with you. Explaining this latest development with johnson and johnson and then move onto what pfizer is asking for the third booster and the vaccine gap in. the world. Definitely thinks trag mimi. So in terms of the johnson. Johnson vaccine as we noted earlier when there was a signal for the brain clots in younger women. Now there is a signal an association. But we can't say it's a combination of john beret syndrome which is an autoimmune condition. Odds neurologic syndrome in which the immune system attacks the nerves and can give you. Paralysis can take weeks or even years in some people to fully resolve. It's a serious condition We usually actually see this after a different respiratory viral infections. You can see it after kobe. Most cases are actually after campylobacter infections. Forty percent or so are thought to be caused from this in the united states. I think as you mentioned there's about three to six thousand cases per year and so what you note here though is that there may be slightly higher incidents in men above age fifty. Who have taken the jj vaccine. So what what that means is essentially the cdc's committee on station practices. We'll have to review this and see if in fact there is enough data to link to and if so they may give recommendations for specific groups such as men in that age group perhaps If they can get an mri vaccine they may recommend that. But without being said even with kovic. you can see You often do see many neurologic Segue and so again. The risk is always weighing against the benefit. The risk of getting covid getting other symptoms from in versus the benefit of getting the vaccine. And you know in the united states we have access to multiple vaccines are vaccines where they have not seen the signal and so We have options here whereas in many other parts of the world. Unfortunately as dr grace's mentioned there isn't that option in many countries have not seen any vaccine at all and so that actually brings me to the next point. Which is the pfizer vaccine and the need for a booster shot. so essentially. what they're saying is that there's data that pfizer has that they've reviewed with top health officials in the us Suggesting that patients who are immunocompromised. Such as patients who've recently received transplants are immunosuppressive. Therapies may have a higher risk of getting a covid even after they've been fully vaccinated. Now i haven't seen all of that. Data hasn't been fully publicly released and so that will really depend on on what we are seeing now that against the background of the delta variant more transmissible variant and variants. That are more virulent as well. That can cause more disease and also the fact that you know for for many people now. It's been several months since they received their vaccines. I received mine in january. So there's a lot of things at play here and we. We need more data. Before we make any final decisions and dr we've heard a lot about the delta variant. Could you talk about the landau variant. What we know about it at this time well with with all of these variants essentially the main questions are transmissible is the variant. Is it able to out compete other variants. That are present. And what specific. Mutations are there in the receptor binding domain which is essentially the domain and different proteins around there through which the virus binds and enter cells. You know this. We really look to our biology colleagues To parse through some of that data. I work more onto the epidemiologic side. And so there you essentially have to see what percent of cases are being caused by different variants. How are they competing against one. Another in different populations and so you know as least speaking to delta variant. We know that few months ago it only comprise about three percent of cases in the us. Now it's closer to sixty percent of cases and that is Been rising pretty quickly. I don't have the data right on hand for lambda variant and last few seconds on this issue of pfizer pushing for the third Booster do you think. There is a financial incentive here for them. Will you always have to wonder with pharmaceutical companies. Especially given that it is an industry that is very profitable and we've seen a lot of vaccine equity globally. I work as a global health physician. And so i always scrutinized some of these decisions without being said i wanna look to the actual primary data an analyze that for myself so when we do have access to that data we hope to see it and you know. There's a lot of us looking at this closely so i hope the science is what guides is not the the financial aspects. We want to thank you so much. For being with us dr brock koran fellow at stanford university in the division of infectious diseases and geographic medicine. That does it for our show. Democracy now is produced with rene felt mike burke dina goes to messiah roads. Shake maria terrace. Cena tammy were enough during an address. Malkov timorese john hamilton. Rumbek karen honeymoon. Student adriano contrasts are general manager. Is julie cross special. Thanks to becca. Stella mary barnard paul powell mike to filipo mogilny garra. Amy goodman with one gonzalez..

johnson pfizer fda amethyst kia us dr tedros stanford university in the div Alto california dr abroa trag mimi john beret neurologic syndrome kovic dr grace gonzales world health organization Marin geneva gabriel
"rumbek" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

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07:00 min | 5 months ago

"rumbek" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"By amethyst kia. This is democracy now with one solace after months of decline in covid cases in the united states due in part to widely available vaccines. The number of new cases per day is on the rise. This comes as pfizer officials met with the us. Regulators and vaccine experts monday seeking emergency use authorization for a third shot a booster most public health. Experts say a third shot advisors. Marin a vaccine is not necessary for most adults. Meanwhile in geneva switzerland ahead of the world health organization slammed the growing vaccine gap between rich and poor countries. this is dr tedros. Non gabriel's some countries and regions are actually ordering. Millions of booster does before other countries have had supplies to vaccinate their health workers and most vulnerable. We're making conscious choices right now. Not to protect those most in need. Meanwhile the food and drug administration has added a new warning to johnson and johnson. Single dose cova nineteen vaccine the fda reports about a hundred cases of The rare autoimmune disorder gan beret among twelve point eight million j. and j. vaccine recipients in the us the cases were mostly in many age fifty and older with one death reported. The fda said a statement. The benefits of the vaccine still clearly outweigh the risks for more. We're joined in palo. Alto california by dr abroa- koran. He's a fellow at stanford university in the division of infectious diseases and geographic medicine. Doctor welcome back to democracy. Now it's great to have you with us. Why don't we start off with you. Explaining this latest development with johnson and johnson and then move onto what pfizer is asking for the third booster and the vaccine gap in. the world. Definitely thinks trag mimi. So in terms of the johnson. Johnson vaccine as we noted earlier when there was a signal for the brain clots in younger women. Now there is a signal an association. But we can't say it's a combination of john beret syndrome which is an autoimmune condition. Odds neurologic syndrome in which the immune system attacks the nerves and can give you. Paralysis can take weeks or even years in some people to fully resolve. It's a serious condition We usually actually see this after a different respiratory viral infections. You can see it after kobe. Most cases are actually after campylobacter infections. Forty percent or so are thought to be caused from this in the united states. I think as you mentioned there's about three to six thousand cases per year and so what you note here though is that there may be slightly higher incidents in men above age fifty. Who have taken the jj vaccine. So what what that means is essentially the cdc's committee on as asian practices. We'll have to review this and see if in fact there is enough data to link to and if so they may give recommendations i pacific groups as men in that age group perhaps If they can get a vaccine they may recommend that but without being said even with kovic you can see you often do see many neurologic Segue and so again. The risk is always weighing against the benefit. The risk of getting covid getting other symptoms from in versus the benefit of getting the vaccine. And you know in the united states we have access to multiple vaccines are vaccines where they have not seen the signal and so We have options here whereas in many other parts of the world. Unfortunately as dr grace's mentioned there isn't that option in many countries have not seen any vaccine at all and so that actually brings me to the next point. Which is the pfizer vaccine and the need for a booster shot. so essentially. what they're saying is that there's data that pfizer has that they've reviewed with top health officials in the us Suggesting that patients who are immunocompromised. Such as patients who recently received transplants are immunosuppressive. Therapies may have a higher risk of getting a covid even after they've been fully vaccinated. Now i haven't seen all of that data hasn't been fully publicly released and so that will really depend on on what we are seeing. Now remember that against the background of the delta variant more transmissible variant and variants. That are more virulent as well. That can cause more disease and also the fact that you know for for many people now. It's been several months since they received their vaccines. I received mine in january. So there's a lot of things at play here and we. We need more data. Before we make any final decisions and dr we've heard a lot about the delta variant. Could you talk about the landau variant. What we know about it at this time well with with all of these variants essentially the main questions are How transmissible is the variant. Is it able to out compete other variants. That are present. And what specific. Mutations are there in the receptor binding domain which is essentially the domain and different proteins around there through which the virus binds and enter cells. You know this. We really look to our biology colleagues To parse through some of that data. I work more onto the epidemiologic side. And so there you essentially have to see what percent of cases are being caused by different variants. How are they competing against one. Another in different populations and so you know as least speaking to delta variant. We know that few months ago it only comprise about three percent of cases in the us. Now it's closer to sixty percent of cases and that is Been rising pretty quickly. I don't have the data right on hand for lambda variant and last few seconds on this issue of pfizer pushing for the third Booster do you think. There is a financial incentive here for them. Will you always have to wonder. With pharmaceutical companies especially given that it is an industry that is very profitable and vaccine equity globally. I work as a global health physician. And so i always scrutinized some of these decisions without being said i wanna look to the actual primary data an analyze that for myself so when we do have access to that data we hope to see it and you know. There's a lot of us looking at this closely so i hope the science is what guides is not the the financial aspects. We want to thank you so much. For being with us dr brock koran fellow at stanford university in the division of infectious diseases and geographic medicine. That does it for our show. Democracy now is produced with rene felt mike burke dina goes to messiah roads. Shake maria terrace. Cena tammy were enough during an address. Malkov timorese john hamilton. Rumbek karen honeymoon. Student adriano contrasts are general manager. Is julie cross special. Thanks to becca. Stella mary barnard paul powell mike to flip on mogilny. Garra amy goodman with one gonzalez..

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"rumbek" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

07:04 min | 5 months ago

"rumbek" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Reason I keep a Facebook page Van Morrison has a song out Now I almost played at the other than and didn't get around to it, but he's calling people out for being on Facebook. And he's very insulting about what are you lonely? You don't have a real life, but, uh The only reason I'm on Facebook. The only reason it's so that I can post things that you can get at take down and print Now I could do. Uh, another website. Uh, Get somebody to maintain it. That's way too much work. Uh, I I do have a website their own dot com But I don't maintain that one. I'll post audio files up there but not going there and putting current events and things like that. That's great stuff, by the way, a reference Patrick Covic site Let's fix stuff dot org Let's fix stuff dot org. Everything we talked about in the last call from him is up there a bunch of other cool stuff now, he that's what he does with that page. Jana's got one of those two Dave Janet dot com. Uh, but my page is basically to throw up audio files. Now there were the current event what we rent about here. All of that is on Facebook. Theron X Sington on Facebook Every now and then I'll get censored. So what? Whatever it's part it's part of being in the arena that that's the biggest arena. So I don't wanna let me tell you what my grandchildren. Sorry it on on Facebook, and I said, I may have grandchildren. I don't know. I'm not sure if I knew about Grant, so if I had grandchildren, I probably would have traded them for really cool vintage cars down in South Florida. You can do that down there. But anyway, I, uh, I keep that to stick things up there. Like what? I'm going to talk about. Briefly here. Rumbek doesn't show. Just talked about him. Now He's got his pluses and minuses. But man he has come around now on so many levels. Just unbelievable. He is along with Tucker Carlson. In my opinion, uh, the tip of the spear in terms of Uh, well, BEC isn't cable news. He's got his own network. He set up an entire network called, uh, the place, but these guys are ahead of the curve in terms of investigative journalism. They are the tip of the spirit and investigative journalism and bringing Stuff that make your jaw drop when you go out. What? When they're they're ahead of, you know, finding these things out and making them very palatable, easily accessible and understandable. Sobek does it on his blaze network and every now and then, he'll He'll think something is so important. He'll just toss it up because if you want to be you want to get to the place you have to subscribe. I subscribe so that I can watch his television show on Wednesday night, And on Friday night he used to do five nights a week. It was pretty good. He's had a various, uh what would you call it? Uh, Evolution and in his TV show, where she's changed the format around. He used to do five nights. I think it was too demanding. Now he does Wednesdays and Fridays. Wednesdays is always a straight up investigative journalism show Fridays is kind of just sitting around he's talking with with with the crew. Well us out here paying attention to him, but it's always somewhat investigative as well and cool interviews to it. But anyway, reason we've been telling you this is Beck did one last night on his Wednesday's show. It's called the Meat Mafia. The great reset of food. I stuck this up on Facebook, too, so you can get out of that. That's why I keep the Facebook page. Their own extinction on Facebook. Uh, this is on Glenn TV episode 1 18 the great reset of food. That's exactly what's going on right now. Now, some may say, Well, I already know about this. Yeah. Yeah, okay. Great God bless. You don't know all of it because he gets deep into what's actually happening now with the four main meat processors, two of which foreign owned one pretty much straight up Chinese Controlling all meat production in the US and the one thing I learned and didn't know. Call me naive, but that only they produce meat. They're moving rapidly toward producing fake meat. Yeah, they're getting away from cows. They're getting away from pigs. Chickens. They're starting to get into. Many of them are setting up labs to do fake meat. And also in this week, uh, he cast the light on of scrutiny. I'm Bill Gates, Bill Gates. Has been buying up farmland like crazy. I mean, just massive swaths of earth. And why is he doing this Bill Gates? It's going to become a farmer. Outstanding this field is he gonna is he going to do? Uh, The Greenacres thing. What? No, no, He's going to sit back. Keep doing what he's doing. He's going to be a globalist. Uh, central planning controlling unit. What he's doing is is he's setting up such that he will be able to provide the resources to bring about fake meat. Made in the lab meeting discussed me to even think about it, but they're already they're already, uh, championing this. One of those burgers called they were. Everybody thought they were quite the novelty a while back. There's a name for me. I can't believe it's like I can't believe it's not meeting. That's not it, but something like that. Uh, so anyway, this is Beck show last night was all over. That was outstanding, and one of the other things he was talking about is how ranchers are being put out of business. Because what's happening is they're they're they're the Biden tax plan is making it such that If your answer the example he gives in here is chilling. You've heard about the death tax well. At some point, he gives a, uh, description of a farm that if they had, like, say, 1000 acres, and they purchased it at $900 an acre at one point they would order death tax on it. If I don't know what it is some Couple of 100,000. But, uh, which shouldn't be a death tax to begin with. But now, with the current scenario laid out in this this tax plan that nobody's talking about, Um, they would all seven point What was it close to $88 million, so You. You die. Your family gets this this tax burden and you can't get out from under. It. Can't be like okay. I'll sell the farm it on a pet. No, no, no, no. You by virtue of having that land. You will owe in his example using the acreage cheap. He lays out there. Seven. I think 7.1 or some $0.3 million and you have to pay it. What does that do? That is chilling in that it makes you want to get rid of your land yesterday because there's no way you're ever going to be able to deal with in your family is going to should you die. And what does that do? They're getting rid of private property. You've got to see this TV presentation from last night. It's called The Great Reset of food is on Globex Channel. I stuck it on Facebook. It's down several posts, but this is insanity. And that's exactly what's happening right now. With this quote unquote fraudulent presidency of the Biden administration. Joe Biden doesn't come up with the stuff. These are the people that have been trying to bring about the domination of the world since day one. They're still here. They never went away. And right now it's working beautifully for them. They're trying to get rid of all private property. They're trying to get rid of your ability to own a vehicle. They don't want to even owning a private car private vehicle. No public transportation is what you'll be doing as you make your way to Greenacres to work on the farm for the guys that own it producing fake meat..

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"rumbek" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"rumbek" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"In other words, that voter and that ballot hasn't been canceled previously because sometimes you'll get a second ballot and we're just not goes out or that's where And so they get scanned once those images get sent back over to us for signature verification. In that entire batch of physical ballots still over at Rumbek gets And again and the ones that have been good Sig or given a good signature come backto us physically, and that's where the Republicans and the Democrats sitting across from each other. Will open up that dog envelope separate the envelope in the ballot Anonymous izing the ballot on that's all, all of ballot handling itself. It happens by these bipartisan boards. Alright, then it goes into the tabulation center. Tabulated goes to adjudication. If the batch needs one or two or three of them adjudicated. Then it gets reported a long process. Sounds like a complicated than most people think. Yeah. Adrian Font is America County Recorder. Can you put this Sharpie thing to rest? It happened on social media today, People said, I used a Sharpie and now my vote's not being counted. That's a whole bunch of garbage. Can you tell everybody that Sharpie Gate is not a real thing? And if they used a Sharpie, they're fine. Sharpie gate is hoo ha eyes what The old guy living on my block back in the day used to say, Look, the sharpies are actually the manufacturer's recommended marking device. For the new tabulation system. Now it is true that we usedto have bleed through problems with the old system. And it is true that we used to pull our hair out of our heads. When we saw people voting with sharpies because there was a bleed through on the old ballots in the old ballot tabulation systems right now, that is true, But that's like saying, you know, you're catalytic converter isn't working like I drive a Honda Accord. There isn't one right? This is not an issue. Now we have a completely new Wei have a completely new system tabulation system, the ovals or completely offset on both sides of the ballot. The Sharpie ink dries faster so that The scanning equipment. The actual tabulator at the polling place on election Day doesn't get gummed up with pink, right? Uh, this is what was designed This is the system that the border supervisors leased for us for 6.5 million bucks. I mean, this is this is supposed to be using sharpies right on and I just think it's It's a perfect example of the misinformation and disinformation on people just going berserk about something that they just don't know about and haven't asked about, so it's always make assumptions. It's all good. I got 20 seconds. How many days until you count all the votes? Do you have a day for us? I don't have a day around about this week will be done this week. It will be done. I'm hoping within a week from today. Let me put it there One week, friend and hopefully hopefully I'm wrong on the long side. Okay. How does that sound? Adrian Fonte's Maricopa County recorder. Thanks for joining us Appreciate it very much. Great afternoon. Thank you to all right, Mike. Broom head coming up. Why don't we talk about this If we're if we're going by what the AP says, and That Joe Biden has won the state of Arizona. Is it because Trump ripped John McCain over and over again? Let's talk about that. The gato and chat share with grooming on election too close to call Lane County, the city of Detroit, the state of Michigan. We count every democracy is supposed to work. We knew that there were a lot more Democratic votes out there. The reason for that is quite simple. That is because those states didn't start counting those mail in votes until the their election day or in the case of Wisconsin, some of them part of the day before Election Day. It takes a lot of time. I'm staying with Katie. Our news is that count continues on 93 event on the APP on your smart speaker..

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"rumbek" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange

The Ladies of Strange

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"rumbek" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange

"A NARVIK Tang Euler non Rumbek parallelogram an Isosceles trapezoid with three sides of identical it why three sides is the three sides of identical like okay. I got it got it's like a pyramid with the top cutoff. Alright. Lis trapezoid with the shorter parallel side third of the length of the longer parallel side. More Champagne Ashley. No I'm fine. I'm here and then finally at a socities concave quadrilateral, which kind of looks like the Star Trek Symbol so. Followed along to all of that yeah, I love math. Yes. Okay. So now we're going to narrow it down even further and revelations seven verse one mentions the four wins which gives us a last clue everyone knows that the four winds are north South East West right while revelations seven one clearly shows that the four angels are holding back these four wins in order for each angel to hold back one of the four wins it says he I'm GonNa. Say they they would have to be standing at the point of the earth from. The wind or originated thus the whole back the north wind and angel would have to be standing at the northernmost point on the earth told the southwind the angel had to be thinning at the southernmost point excetera etc. But wouldn't they be? They wouldn't be in the corners of the earth unless it was like a diamond shape? Yeah. It had to be a diamond if they were on the corners to get north South East and west they'd have to be in the middle of each side if square unless they're sending at the corners but then that wouldn't be north South East West unless it was the diamond you've got to trust me and and these Literal Bible verses. Gone, this long without trusting the Bible. So I think I'm okay. So basically, this boils down to the four angels have to be starting at the northernmost southernmost, basically the extreme points of the compass and which is generally a circle. Yeah. Just putting that out there. So we know they're sitting at the four corners and this mean the four corners of the Earth are located at the compass points non square rectangle, a non-roman parallelogram. So basically, there are certain shapes of the ones I listened before this only certain shapes where this would apply where the north South East West could be slapped on the shape K. so only a Rumbek shape can be aligned in this way. Therefore, we have to carefully examine all the clues and revelation seven one combined with the to Joe passages passage and as. The only two. Shapes for the earth are a square or a non. Square Rumpus Ramos is still in the game actually hand is up what's up Ashley Rambus is like when you take a rectangle in like slide the top over. Yes. Mill that's. Why the Earth must be square why must be? It. Has got his perfect. It must be unknowable. So we. have. This is serious guys Oh, God..

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"rumbek" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

08:49 min | 2 years ago

"rumbek" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"Mr Faraday observes that had the result of the combination of carbon and oxygen gas. Only we should have had very little light and had had been permanent solid the world would have been buried in its own ashes diamond and pure carbon leave no residual when consumed they combined with the oxygen of our atmosphere into carbonic acid gas which is invisible poisonous and so heavy that it may be poured from one vessel to another like water thereby showing thing how much carbon it contains in an invisible state. The quantity of carbonic acid gas thrown into the atmosphere atmosphere in this invisible yet. ponderous state is immense since six tons weight of atmospheric spirit air rushes hourly through an average size blast furnace carrying with it more than half a ton. One of carbon in the form of that gas who's constitution and properties are always the same so whether it arises from combustion fermentation or respiration which ladder may be regarded as a slow combustion consuming us to the bones if not supplied with carbon by means of food so it has been computed that two thousand million pounds weight of oxygen gas is daily converted into carbonic acid acid gas by these operations and given into the atmosphere. which would soon be contaminated by its poison and and suffocating quality were it not for vegetables which decompose it a simulate? The carbon and cut the oxygen free to mingle with the air and make it again fit for respiration carbon has a crater crater power of combination than any other simple substance except hydrogen Mr Faraday compressed carbonic acid gas into a liquid by the pressure of its own elasticity when disengaged from combination number nation in closed vessels a force equal to the weight of thirty five times that of our atmosphere and the liquid was reduced to a solid by monsieur. The Laurie by rapid. Evaporation during in which the heat was given out so quickly by one part of the liquid that the remainder was condensed into a substance like snow which could be touched with impunity. But when mixed with sulfuric ether its temperature was reduced to one hundred sixty six degrees crease below zero affair nights thermometer carbon appears naturally under a great variety of forms and exhibits one of the most striking instances of Allah tropism the same substance showing the greatest contrast in appearance appearance and physical properties. The diamond the most resplendent transparent and hardest of Gems uh-huh is identical with carbon which is black doll. Opaque and Brittle both are combustible we'll carbon is easily ignited but it requires a heat of one thousand eight hundred sixty degrees to consume the diamond however numerous the crystalline forms assumed by substances either naturally or artificially officially may be. They are all capable of being grouped into geometrical systems each system possessing its own allied and derivative forms capable of mutual variations among themselves but the forms of one system. Never never assuming those of the other with that law however carbon and a few other substances are completely leapt at variance the diamond crystallizes in Hebron's while graphite which is also carbon it crystallizes in six cited plates to forms that belonged to different systems quite irreconcilable with one one another and thus carbon possesses the property of being die -morphosis. Sulfur for is a simple inflammable mineral abounding. In volcanic countries either in a crystalline or amorphous state. Her and forming a constituent inorganic substances. Animal and vegetable. It is readily dissolved taught by sulfide of carbon by benzine and by a moderate heat and copper filings expose is to its vapor spontaneously take fire the chemical force of combination merging into light and heat sulfur rated hydrogen gas a combination of sulfur and hydrogen forms naturally during the putrefaction faction of organic matter and Mr Faraday observes with regard to the affinities of sulphur. So numerous arts relations so extensive. It's range of combinations that we must consider it to be the very foundation on which chemical manufacturer is built up though a simple substance sulfur exhibits. Yep It's the two remarkable phenomena of diamorphine them and the AL atropine property when reduced by heat vapor and cooled cooled slowly it crystallizes in Rumbek. OCTA he'd Ren's when merely melted and allowed to cool slowly slowly it takes the form of Oblique chronic prisons here the same atoms when in vapor and liquid state are acted upon by different forces but however that may be sulfur is another singular angular exception to the law of the immutability of the KRISTALINA systems. Sofer becomes comes out the tropic by the continued application of heat that is to say it entirely changes its appearance and character thou. It remains chemically the same. Naturally it is yellow and brittle but when fused it is a colorless this polluted fluid which by continued heat is changed into a black tenacious substance that becomes like India rubber or cut percha when thrown into water in this altro extinct. It is endowed with properties. Birdie's more powerful energetic and exalted. Its tendencies to act chemically being increased like like those of ozone that this black tenacious substance is chemically the same with common so far there compete now doubt for when it is exposed to crater heat it again becomes a colorless pollution fluid which each thrown into water resumes the form of Brittle Yellow.

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"rumbek" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

08:04 min | 2 years ago

"rumbek" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Hello nerds of words. This is me talking to you. Let's get to it. I for this episode is the word ancient a. n. C. the n. t. We read the first two forms in the previous episode and we're going to read third form in this episode. This is a noun from fifteen fifty. Four one is archaic. We have these synonyms anson. That's e n s i g n and and standard and flag so three synonyms anson standard and flag to is obsolete the bearer of an ensign now is it end sign in this case so it does look like the word ensign can also be pronounced and sign <hes> which i had never heard before so in this case maybe that's what it means <hes> or that's how it's pronounced and the molly does say this as an alternative of the word kasin or and sign if you know the answer to that go ahead and email me dictionary potted e mail dot com or twitter or facebook all the contact info is in the description of the episode okay next. We have ancient history. This is a noun from fifteen fifty five one the history of ancient times to knowledge or information that is widespread and has lost its initial freshness or importance and then it says common knowledge next we have anciently. This is an adverb from the fifteenth century. It means n._s. Ancient times or long ago next. We have ancient tree a. n. c. e. n. t. r. y. This is a noun on from fifteen eighty. We have the synonyms antiquity and ancient <unk> next. We have ancilla a. n. c. I l l a this is a noun from nineteen o to an aid to achieving or mastering something difficult. The etymology says this is a latin atten word and it means female servant so does that mean that originally a female servant was called an ancilla and they helped helped you achieve something difficult <hes> what would that something be. I don't know but now i assume that it's not <hes> related to female servants and and now we have the word and salary so this should be related to ancilla. It's spelled a. n. c. i. l. l. a. r. y. This is an <unk> adjective from sixteen sixty seven one we have these synonyms subordinate and subsidiary as in the main factory and its it's ancillary plants to synonyms are exhilarating and supplementary as in the need for ancillary evidence. It's an ancillary also a noun next. We have a suffix a. n. c. y. It means quality or state as in pick. Onc- why did they have to give me a word that i don't know how to pronounce pa- quincy pick when c. p. i. q. u. a. and see why thanks dictionary next we have. I think it's pronounced ankarlo. Sta myositis sure why not it a. n. c. y. l. o. s. t. o. M. i. a. s. i s. This is a noun from eighteen eighty eighty seven. It just says hookworm too so the second definition of the word hookworm and the etymology says this is from the new latin <hes> ankle in cleo's stomas which means genus of hookworms that is from the greek ankylosis which means hooked. It's akin to the old english anga a. a. n. g. a. which means hook plus the word stomas which means mouth and there's more at the words angle and stomach and next we have the word and a n d probably one of the most common words in the english language. This is a conjunction from the twelfth century tori one used as a function word to indicate connection or addition especially of items within the same class or type used used to join sentence elements of the same grammatical rank or function to a used as a function word to express logical modification consequence antithesis or supplementary explanation to be used as a function word to join one finite verb as has go come or try to another so that together they are logically equivalent to an infinitive of purpose as in and come and see me three is obsolete. It has the synonym. If i f- four used in logic to form a conjunction injunction we have a phrase and so forth and we have a four definitions for the phrase one and others or more of the same same or similar kind to further in the same or similar manner three and the rest four and other her things and we have one more phrase which is and so on and it means and so forth not entirely different. It was obviously different enough to give a definition for it next is and again but it is all caps. This is a noun from nineteen forty nine a logical operator that requires both of two inputs to be present or two conditions to be met for an output to be made aide or a statement to be executed next. We have andalusian capital a. n. D. a. l. u. s. I a. n. N. vis is a noun from nineteen sixty six. Any of a breed of horses of spanish origin that have a high stepping gait and and of course gate here is g. A. t. and this word is from spain next is and lucite a. n. d. a. l. u. U. s. i t. e. This is a noun from circa eighteen twenty eight a mineral consisting of a silicate of aluminum usually early in thick ortho rumbek prisons of various colors. Ortho rumbek is spelled o. r. t. h. o. r. h. o. m. b. b._i._c. next. We have undone day <hes> we have two forms and they both will be the last for this episode a. n. d. a. n. t. e. It could also be pronounced undone thi. This is an adverb or an adjective from seventeen twenty four moderately. We're at least slow usually used as a direction in music. This is a talion means going <hes> and it's from undock array which means to go second form of undaunted is a noun from seventeen eighty four a musical composition or movement in undock anti tempo. Impo there you have it. I just remembered that. I forgot to pick a word for the last two episodes <hes> so whatever i'm just going to deal with it <hes> but i should pick one for this episode so let's see what that should be. I think i'm just going to pick the word and because it's <hes> incredibly important word in the english language it's very simple and short <hes> but we would be lost without it. That will end this episode. Thank very much for listening and until next time this is spencer reading the dictionary goodbye..

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"rumbek" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"rumbek" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"I think if you're giving a guy a long term deal, four million over the life of the deal, or even each year of the life of the deal, probably isn't a dealbreaker but to fill out your roster with quality guys will get to all of that kind of stuff guys because at a trait that happened, you're gonna find guys like Trevor reason you're going to be able to go get that guy. Bs at the end just wants to play basketball play on good team been in the Lakers before. When you look at the trade overall you talk about those numbers, he's about three first round pick Travis, the fourth pick the Lakers that Ford Pigafetta kept the fourth peak that player what was that player gonna play it. I mean where was he feed in it? And you look at everybody's saying dairies gardens a guy four but you look at those later picks in consecutive. Years. I think it's twenty twenty one. Right. Is that Lakers championship mo- ending? They go out to find the diamond and rough, whoever Horth pick that they're giving away in the draft picks coming up on Thursday. That's available pick. I mean, it's the fourth pick in the draft in that you have to give up something I get something. So they gave up Lonzo ball and Josh heart and Brandon Ingram and the fourth pick and the more the other two first round picks you know, if things break the way that they that we hope they do they're supposed to you're talking about picks twenty eight twenty nine maybe thirty you're talking about the last pick in the first round, potentially. So those other first round pace could be something that's like an whatever I mean you'd rather have him the not have them, but it's not like you're going to give away a lottery pick. I mean, look, put it this way, if they're giving away two lottery picks in those years, something catastrophic cows, a lottery pigs in those years. Yeah. Yeah. Everybody needs to quit catastrophic happen. Right. And the injury hit runs is is this. I guess can you when you look at the trade, and you look at what the allegedly was going to give up on the Magic Johnson regime, and they gave up under rob Pelinka's regime, which one is more. Well this, this deal here has the fourth pick in it. And this pick has two other first Rumbek the other deal was mostly the whole team player. It was basically everybody. And none of the future, it was just. Here's what we have. Yeah. That that's still was to future, though. Right. All your young players talk twenty twenty one twenty two year olds if you train on event, and you still train your future away the differences. And you know, people got to remember this, Anthony Davis is the future. Yes. He's only I know he's been around for a long time, but he was a one and done. He's only twenty six straight for the next strike for the nineteen years. Yeah. He's got a nice long runway..

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"rumbek" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"rumbek" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"That guy at the end just wants to play basketball play on good team been in the Lakers before. When you look at the trade overall you talk about those numbers he's talking about three first round pick Travis the fourth pick. The Lakers that Ford Pigafetta kept the fourth peak that player what was that player gonna play it. I mean where was he go feed in it? And you look at everybody's saying dairies gardens a guy four but you look at those later picks in, in consecutive years. I think it's twenty twenty one. Right. Is that Lakers being championship MO the ending? They go at the find the diamond and rough whoever Horth pick that they're giving away in the draft picks coming up on Thursday, that's valuable pick. I mean, it's the fourth pick in the draft in, you have to give up something I get something. So they gave up Lonzo ball and Josh heart, and Brandon Ingram and the fourth fifth and the more the other two first round picks you know, if things break the way that they that we hope they do they're supposed to you're talking about picks twenty eight twenty nine maybe thirty you're talking about the last pick in the first round, potentially. So those other first round pace could be something that's like an whatever you'd rather have him the not have them, but it's not like you're going to give away a lottery pick. I mean, look. Put it this way, if they're giving away two lottery picks in those years. Something catastrophic cow lottery pigs in those years. Yeah, yeah, everybody needs to quit. Catastrophic happen. Right. And the injury hit Ron's is this. I guess can you when you look at the trade, and you look at what the allegedly was going to give up on the Magic Johnson regime, and they gave up under rob Pelinka's regime, which one is more. Well this, this deal here has the fourth pick in it. And this pick has two other first Rumbek the other deal was mostly the whole team player. It was basically everybody and none of the future, it was just. Here's what we have. Yeah. That that's still was to future, though. Right. All your young players talk twenty twenty one twenty two year olds if you trade on event, and you still train your future away the differences. And, you know, people gotta remember this Anthony Davis is to future. Yes. I know he's been around for a long time, but he was a one and done. He's only twenty six straight for the next strike for the nineteen years. Yeah. He's got a nice long runway..

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"rumbek" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:04 min | 3 years ago

"rumbek" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"With the arrival first busload of weapon. Instead of stopping as you for the bus, drove straight it Scott during pickett's MP's, and midnight and Grun wigs looks more like a camp under siege. Than a film processing plant thousands of policemen. One sixth of the metropolitan force where Brody and they had a tough time from the star. The regional grandma strike is did not take part in the skirmishes and violence on one occasion. When a policeman was injured the women led by jabbing visited him in hospital with a cake to apologize. They were determined to continue with their demand for union recognition and improved conditions. Despite the fact, they'd been on the picket line for months luxury was pregnant and had a baby boy doing the dispute in an effort to defuse the situation and inquiry was set up by the government mind makeup guerrilla to two they must stick together race. I had made up my mind. I would stay with Jabeen. We've been not cat. There are a lot of policemen. You could see them all over the street all streak police and only Jay must in this. I was in the middle. That is. There's a victim. One week management refused to compromise. All take part in mediation, two years after the strike began despite mass support the trade unions for the dispute could not be one and decided to withdraw their backing in July nineteen seventy eight the strike was called off all those women who remained on the picket line with fires including luxury Patel. But she doesn't believe the dispute was a complete failure. I was very proud of myself that. Looked about a self make you happy. I was so proud of myself that we fought for our right that the unions joined the picket line to help us. They could see that. We have got to do something for ourselves and our women Reffell that Asian women in England fought for two years for their rights. It didn't work out. But we still proud of. That fact all the women felt that we are something because we put up such a fight for union recognition. We didn't give up. I'm so proud that we fought for right? Actually with the opera rights damning fight, Jeb indepth. I also felt that the protests had not failed in some concessions had been one as she explained in a BBC interview that he's in what we were fighting. We have it you the treatment. With the stuff has already changed the way, it is was increased thing is a victory in my opinion victory. Although the reinstatement of the staff and union recognition, or whatever she was looked every weekday you get hundred percent. Can you drive in this decide died in two thousand ten the dispute is seen by many as a pivotal moment? For South Asian women workers in Britain. It raises their profile and challenge stereotypes luxury Patel found another job soon after being fired. She's now retired and still lives in London in two thousand seventeen a mural was unveiled at the site of the dispute to honor the women who fought so hard for their rights that was for Hanna Haida reporting. Well. As I mentioned that strike in the nineteen seventies has been seen as something of a turning point in British industrial relations, and I'm joined now by doctors. And Daria Anita from the university of Lincoln who has studied the Gruntwig strike in great detail in general terms in terms of the sweep of British industrial relations. How would you see the importance of Rumbek looked is really important about Gramlich was not that South Asian women stood up in defence of their rights as workers because they've done that several times before loopless important was that this was the very first time vite working class in Britain recognized that also common cause with migrant in prior to Deva several strikes women burgers and South Asian women workers protested against unequal pay, but they found that they had to challenge not just their employers. But also, the trade unions who wouldn't stand with them. And so this is seen as a new era in trade union recognition of minority and migrants amend vocals fights, it's an interesting one because during the. Protest. It wasn't as if the South Asian women. Strikers, exactly saw eye-to-eye with the way the unions, then wanted to adopt their case the tactics did very definitely and that's why the strike ended in failure. Really what we know? Now from looking at the documents that were released since then is that a lot of the pressure to end the support of the strike for trade unions came from the labor government of the day, it had Fulton majority and this saw Gramlich as the public order issue. And therefore, they put pressure on the trade unions to withdraw their support. So there is a contradiction there in that the common members of the trade union, ordinary workers toned up in their thousands to support the strikers, but the union bureaucracy initially supported them, but gradually turned away from that. And that's why the strike was lost. But it was very high profile and wanted to do more generally across the country for the standing of the South Asian community and in in particular, South Asian women. I think challenge CEO types of. South-asian women and in many ways, those stereotypes still hold and we have to go back to vague. And look at what happened in that dispute to continuously challenged this construction of South Asian women as facile as dose, I as confined to the domestic sphere, and they really need to reclaim that account of their lives as workers, and as workers who challenged exploitation at work and one rights not just for themselves, but for all of US British workers, and this exotic surprise at the presence on the picket line, and I must say the BBC's part of that of strikers and saris the surprised at how women are doing something that we see as unexpected. But to be fair, it was very unusual at the time. The tags strike is in salaries was not unjustified. It wasn't unusual. Like, I said there were several other disputes without South Asian had been on strike before. It's just that. They didn't win the support of trade unions and fellow workers. What was unusual wasn't that? They were striking. What was unusual was that? And finally, they were being listened to by the broader trade union movement. And because the stereotype lingers to this day does that mean that the South Asian community in Britain is not particularly aware of its own history. When it comes to industrial relations and particularly to the grumbling dispute. I definitely think that's the case. I remember into one of the strikers and on the morning of the interview she was very excited. She said my grandsons really excited that it's the day of my interview. And I told him everything about the dispute, and she said her grandson, Tonto and said, you grandma, I can't believe you went on strike and six months later. She called me to tell me that her grandson did a school project on grandba-. And that's when we thought that this history is not even being celebrated by the people who are the center of it. And so we felt there's really a need to take the story out further and academic journal articles books are not enough. And so we created.

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"rumbek" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:39 min | 3 years ago

"rumbek" Discussed on WTVN

"You are on the Rush Limbaugh program with Todd Herman filling in Hello, Ron. Hey, todd. Thank you for covering for rush. You're doing a great job. Thank you, sir. I just I just think you know, rush has contact with the president. And I got a suggestion for the president. But he's building the wall in the wrong place building around DC. Me out not to keep you out. But you know, we solved that problem. Saw wall problem solve a whole lot of country problems. That's a great idea. Right. I wanted to take what you did. And what are the lessons? I learned from from. The Limbaugh institute is callers often provide the opportunity to make the holes. Look good, Ron. That's a great suggestion. It's funny suggestion I want to thank you for that. Thank you for calling. Thank you for listening to the show, Rumbek sip. A great point. And this is one of the things that I really I when I lived in DC a certain epiphanies happen to be one first of all the first week. I was there. I was I was offered what amounted to about a million dollar bribe in my mind. I mean to me it was a straight flat out bribe the person who offered it to me might disagree. But to me the way it was presented was you? Let me have this all I'll give you a million dollar gig. Okay. That was a weekend. I was at the RNC I wasn't play with tax payer money. The other thing I figured out is that the concentric circles of wealth in DC. It's eight out of the ten richest counties in the United States is around these see they produce nothing. They market nothing. But they've got the best business model in the world. If you want more money to take more money, and that's a great business model high margins right predictable revenue flow. The concentric circles of wealth in DC work this way, everybody from the hot dog vendor to the person who was chief of staff for the president is dates is in one way or another incentivized to keep up that business model of if you want more money, you take more money, hence, let's grow our departments. Hence, let's hire more people. Hence, let's make it impossible to fire federal employees. The hot dog vendor sells hot dogs to them. The chief of staff puts their kids in private schools where the teachers are dependent upon that revenue flow. And I know it's hackneyed, and I know what might seem odd to have an older conservative talk show host recommend this. But go look again at the movie, the hunger games are better at the book. I've no doubt the author be absolutely furious that I'm making this comparison, but the terms of the districts in the capital being served by the districts that would become very very evident to you. If you live back there. One of the thing on the swamp that people don't get there is DC normal. And then there's the rest of the world normal. There's DC ethics. And then there are DC, and then there's real world ethics. It's open line Friday from Puyallup, Washington. Nathan you're on the Rush Limbaugh program taught Herman filling in Hello Nathan from Puyallup. Hello Todd and guest host did owes. Thank you very much. I think out of the northwest. You're very kind. I think it sub Ditto, right? When you do that. It's not so subtitles. Yes, sir. Not the full did. Oh, okay. All right. Well, well, I got a question for you. Like, so many probably like sixty two million other voters. I am absolutely disgusted with Mitt Romney. I voted for the man twice. He's probably a super. I think he is a really nice guy. And I think he would have made a great president. But what he did was. So just just wrong is not even a strong enough word. I'm livid. I'm living with the man, you know, Trump is on the front line and we're behind him. And we're defending ourselves against the onslaught of of crushing lustiest and Mitt Romney is sniping from the from the flanks, and it just it's disgusting Todd. And I wanna know what can we the little peons in the hinterlands due to get these politicians to wake up and understand that when when mitt attacks the president, it's sixty two million of us. That he is a tacky. How can we get our voice heard? What can we do in a practical manner to get that message to him? Well, you're doing it. Now. I mean, look this stuff it makes it back down into DC. They monitor a show like Russia's on the size of the network in that reached, that's monitored. And it's gonna make it in there. You can call you can tweet can do these things. But the bigger thing that you can do is support people who look if they disagree with the president on policy. Okay, disagree. But this undercutting in this grandstanding, and the timing of this support people weren't going to do that you support people who if they've got a policy disagreement with the president, and they stayed in respectful terms. That's a different issue. But you do it by supporting people who largely look at the policies of the president the judicial nominees the supreme court the lower courts, he has issued fewer regulations in any president in recent history. He has cut more regulation people who will talk about the good who will back the. Good and still maintain their freedom to criticize we don't wanna Thomas don's. No one wants a Tom atomic people. But do it that way? But you just right now, do you put a good foot forward on that? And share your frustration because of the timing and the focus, and they appreciate the call all the way from Pugh all up, and folks that can be tiring it can be tiring to fight this. But Nathan mentioned the left I'm gonna get into in the second hour of the show. I need you to know what's coming from the west coast. I need you to know. What leftism will do? I'll give you just a hint. And we'll get into this later in the show, but it's important in vital. That you understand that there are people coming to national office who used the office of attorney general to literally openly crush people and try to take away the right to be involved in the political process. I'd not an in a lawsuit an official lawsuit from an AG. You will no longer be allowed to participate in politics just from moment. Think of the ramifications of that we've got to keep fighting, which is my other frustration with mitt. Romney, he thinks this is all about soft fuzzy cuddly, Democrats, he does not understand the left I guarantee dozens because when I got to DC it was phenomenal thing for me to behold. The people had not read rules for radicals. They didn't understand it. They didn't understand the rules. If you don't understand the rules of the game zero Ponant is playing how do you play back in a guarantee Romney has not taken an understanding of what the left is versus good old fashioned. Democrats. Like, my mom is a lot of my family is good old fashioned Democrats, disagree with them. But it's not the hardcore left. It is open line Friday. Deborah in Albuquerque, New Mexico. You're on the Rush Limbaugh program taught Herman filling in Hello, Debra. I think this is a good time for Trump to start fighting for or bringing the issues of smaller government because now we have to shutdown. We don't have all this money. So let's start finding a way to minimize the IRS term limits, and and so forth, you know, try to come up with a budget and stick within it. And this is a good time to do especially the next two years. Oh, there's no doubt in particular right now. I mean, we could be taking an accounting of what we're gonna have to pay these people back when the government does come back online in this way. But there's another point he could make Deborah thanks for the call love Albuquerque, by the way, very very beautiful town. Deborah, here's another thing that the president could do is not essential employees. I shall if you're a small business owner, if you've got about, you know, if you've got between five and ten employees, which one of your employees or non essential. If you're a company of twenty five to thirty people walk down the hallway. Find your non essential employee's. If your venture capitalist listens to Russia's show. Tell me about all the times where you've backed companies with top heavy management. Oh, we're a brand new startup. We've got six vice presidents in a couple of of engineers when you start looking at the government as a business because it is a business. It's our business. We hire people to take care of it into ten to it. The very thought of non essential employees is absurd. They're not. I'm not calling them non essential human beings. But employees ease the president could make this point financially and logically if they're not essential. What are we doing? Having so many of them in these positions taught him and filling in for Rush Limbaugh on the e I b network. You're listening to the network six ten WTVN. I'm Pat Woodard..

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"rumbek" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

08:00 min | 3 years ago

"rumbek" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"You're on the Rush Limbaugh program with Todd Herman filling in Hello, Ron. Hey, todd. Thank you for covering for Rosh doing a great job. Thank you, sir. I just I just think you know, rush has contact with the president. And I got a suggestion for the president that he's building the wall in the wrong place building around DC out and to keep you out. But you know, we solve that problem. Saw wall problem solve a whole lot of country problems. That's a great idea. Right. I wanted to take what you did. And what are the lessons? I learned from from. The Limbaugh institute is callers often provide the opportunity to make the hosts look good, Ron. That's a great suggestion. It's a funny suggestion I want thank you for that. Thank you for calling. Thank you for listening to the show Rumbek up a great point. And this is one of the things that I really I when I lived in DC a certain epiphanies happen to be one first of all the first week. I was there. I was I was offered what amounted to about a million dollar bribe in my mind. I mean to me it was a straight flat out bribe the person who offered it to me might disagree. But to me the way it was presented was you? Let me have this all I'll give you a million dollar gig K that was a weekend. I was at the orange, right? I wasn't playing with taxpayer money. The other thing I figured out is the concentric circles of wealth in DC. You know, it's eight out of the ten richest counties in the United States is around DC, they produce nothing they market nothing. But they've got the best business model in the world. If you want more money to take more money, and that's a great business. Model high margins right predictable revenue flow, the concentric circles of wealth in DC work this way, everybody from the hot dog vendor to the person who was chief of staff for the president is states is one way or another incentivized to keep up that business model of if you want more money, you take more money, hence, let's grow our departments. Hence, let's hire more people Pence. Let's make it impossible to fire federal employees the hotdog vendor. Sills hot dogs to them. The chief of staff puts their kids in private schools where the teachers are dependent upon that revenue flow. And I know it's hackneyed, and I know it might seem odd to have an older conservative talk show host recommend this. But go look again at the movie, the hunger games or better yet the book. I've no doubt the author be absolutely furious that I'm making this comparison, but the terms of the district's into capital being served by the districts that would become very very evident to you. If you live back there. One of the thing on the swamp that people don't get there is DC normal. And then there's the rest of the world normal. There's DC ethics and. Then there are DC, and then there's real world ethics. It's open line Friday from Puyallup, Washington. Nathan you were on the Rush Limbaugh program taught Herman filling in Hello Nathan from Puyallup. Golo Todd and guest host did owes. Thank you very much. I think out of the northwest. You're very kind if it gets subbed. It does. Right. When you do that. It's not. So subtitles. Yes, sir. Full not the full did. Okay. All right. Well, well, I got a question for you. Like, so many probably like sixty two million other voters. I am absolutely disgusted with Mitt Romney. I voted for the man twice. He's probably a super. I think he is a really nice guy. And I think he would have made a great president. But what he did was. So just just wrong is not even a strong enough word, I'm livid livid with the man, you know, Trump is on the front line and we're behind him, and we're defending ourselves against the onslaught of of crushing Lusters. And Mitt Romney sniping from the from the flanks, and it just it's disgusting Todd. And I wanna know what can we the little peons in the hinterlands due to get these politicians to wake up and understand that when when mitt attacks the president, it's sixty two million of us that he is attacking. How can we get our voice heard? What can we do in a practical manner to get that message to him? Well, you're doing it. Now. I mean, look this stuff it makes back down into DC. They monitor a show like Russia's the size of the network in that reached, that's monitored. And it's gonna make it in there. You can call you can tweet you can do these things. But the bigger thing that you can do is support people who look if they disagree with the president on policy. Okay, disagree. But this undercutting in this grandstanding in the timing of this support people weren't going to do that you support people who if they've got a policy disagreement with the president, and they stated in respectful terms. That's. A different issue. But you do it by supporting people who largely look at the policies of the president the judicial nominees supreme court the lower courts, he has issued fewer regulations in any president in recent history. He has cut more regulation people who will talk about the good who will back the good and still maintain their freedom to criticize we don't wanna Tomasson. No one wants to Thomas Tomic people. But do it that way? But you just right now, do you put a good foot forward on that? And I share your frustration because of the timing and the focus and Nathan appreciate the call all the way from folks that can be tiring. It can be tiring to fight this. But Nathan mentioned the left I'm gonna get into in. I believe the second hour of the show. I need you to know what's coming from the west coast. I need you to know. What leftism will do? I'll give you a hint. And we'll get into this later in the show, but it's important in vital. That you understand that there are people coming to national office who used the office of attorney general to literally openly crush people and try to take away the right to be involved in the. Process. I'd not an in a lawsuit an official lawsuit from an AG. You will no longer be allowed to participate in politics just from moment. Think of the ramifications of that we've got to keep fighting which is my other frustration with Mitt Romney. He thinks it's all about soft fuzzy cuddly, Democrats, he does not understand the left I guarantee dozens because when I got to DC it was phenomenal thing for me to behold. The people aren't RMC had not read rules for radicals. They didn't understand it. They didn't understand the rules. If you don't understand the rules of the game opponent is playing how do you play back and a guarantee Romney has not taken an understanding of what the left is versus good old fashioned Democrats like my mama's lot of my family is good old fashioned Democrats, disagree with them. But it's not the hardcore left. It is open line Friday. Deborah in Albuquerque, New Mexico. You're on the Rush Limbaugh program taught Herman filling in Hello, Debra. I think it's time for Trump to start fighting for or bringing the issues of smaller government because you know, Harry now we have the shutdown. We don't have all this money. So let's start finding a way to minimize the IRS term limits, and and so forth, you know, try to come up with a budget and stick, and this is a time to do it. Especially the next two years. Oh, there's no doubt in particular right now. I mean, we could be taking an accounting of what we're gonna have to pay these people back when the government does come back online in this way. But there's another point he could make endeavor, thanks for the call of Albuquerque, by the way, very very beautiful town. Deborah, here's another thing that the president could do is not essential employees. I challenge if your small business owner if you've got about between five and ten employees, which one of your employees are non essential. If you're a company of twenty five to thirty people walk down, the hallway finds you're not essential employees. If you're venture capital. A-list listens. Russia's show. Tell me about all the times where you've backed companies with top heavy management. Oh, we're a brand new startup. We've got six vice presidents in a couple of of engineers when you start looking at the government as a business because it is a business. It's our business. We hire people to take care of it. And to tend to it the very thought of non essential employees is absurd. They're not. I'm not calling them non essential human beings. But employees ease the president could make this point financially and logically if they're not essential. What are we doing? Having so many of them in these positions taught him and filling in for Rush Limbaugh on the E I B network. You're listening to the network shorthand Kelly.

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"rumbek" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:29 min | 3 years ago

"rumbek" Discussed on 600 WREC

"You're on the Rush Limbaugh program with Todd Herman filling in Hello, Ron. Hey, todd. Thank you for covering for rush. You're doing a great job. Thank you, sir. I just I just think you know, rush has contact with the president. And I got a suggestion for the president that he's building the wall and the wrong place building around DC me out and not to keep you out. But you know, we solved that problem saw wall problem solve a whole lot of country problems. That's a great idea. Right. I wanted to take what you did. And what are the lessons learned from from? The Limbaugh institute is callers often provide the opportunity to make the whole look good round. That's a great suggestion. It's a funny suggestions on a thank you for that. Thank you for calling. Thank you for listening to the show, Rumbek Sipa, great point. And this is one of the things that I really I when I lived in DC a certain pity's happen to be one. First of all the first week. I was there. I was I was offered what amounted to about a million dollar bribe in my mind. I mean to me it was a straight flat out bribe the person who offered it to me might disagree. But to me the way it was presented was you? Let me have this all give you a million dollar gig. Okay. That was a weekend. I was at the RNC I wasn't play with tax payer money. The other thing I figured out is that the concentric circles of wealth in DC. You know, it's eight out of the ten richest counties in the United States is around DC, they produce nothing they market nothing. But they've got the best business model in the world. If you want more money, you take more money, and that's a great business model high margins right, predictable revenue flow, the concentric circles of wealth in DC work this way, everybody from the hot dog vendor to the person who was chief of staff for the president is states is one way or another incentivized to keep up that business model of if you want more money, you take more money, hence, let's grow our departments. Hence, let's hire more people. Hence, let's make it impossible to fire federal employees. The hot dog vendor sells hot dogs to them. The chief staff puts their kids in private schools where the teachers are dependent upon that revenue flow. And I know it's hackneyed, and I know what might seem odd to have an older. A conservative talk show host recommend this. But go look again at the movie, the hunger games or better yet the book. I've no doubt the author. Be absolutely furious that are making this comparison, but the terms of the districts in the capital being served by the districts that would become very very evident to you. If you live back there. One of the thing on the swamp that people don't get there is DC normal. And then there's the rest of the world normal. There's DC ethics and then there are DC. And then there's real world ethics. It's open line Friday from Puyallup, Washington. Nathan you were on the Rush Limbaugh program taught Herman filling in Hello Nathan from Puyallup. Hello Todd and guest host did owes. Thank you very much out of the northwest. You're very kind. I think it subbed. It does. Right. When you do that. It's not. So subtitles. Yes, sir. Not the full did. Oh, okay. All right. Well, well, hey, I've got a question for you. Like, so many probably like sixty two million other voters. I. I'm absolutely disgusted with Mitt Romney. I voted for the man twice. He's probably a super. I think he is a really nice guy. And I think he would have made a great president. But what he did was. So just just wrong is not even a strong enough word, I'm livid livid with the man, you know, Trump is on the front line and we're behind him. And we're defending ourselves against the onslaught of of crushing lustiest and Mitt Romney sniping from the from the flanks, and it just it's disgusting Todd. And I wanna know what can we the little peons in the hinterlands due to get these politicians to wake up and understand that when when mitt attacks the president, it's sixty two million of us that he is attacking. How can we get our voice heard? What can we do in a practical manner to get that message to him? Well, you. Doing it. Now. I mean, look this stuff it makes it back down into DC. They monitor a show like Russia's the size of the network in that reached, that's monitored. And it's gonna make it in there. You can call you can tweet can do these things. But the bigger thing that you can do is support people who look if they disagree with the president on policy. Okay, disagree. But this undercutting Indus grandstanding, and the timing of this support people weren't going to do that you support people who if they've got a policy disagreement with the president, and they stayed in respectful terms. That's a different issue. But you do it by supporting people who largely look at the policies of the president the judicial nominees the supreme court the lower courts, he has issued fewer regulations in any president in recent history. He has cut more regulation people who will talk about the good who will back the good and still maintain their freedom to criticize we don't want to Thomas. John's no one wants a Thomas Tomic people. But do it that way? But you just right now, do you put a? Good foot forward on that. And I share your frustration because of the timing and the focus and Nathan appreciate the call all the way from Puyallup folks that can be tiring it can be tiring to fight this. But Nathan mentioned the left I'm going to get into in. I believe the second hour of the show. I need you to know what's coming from the west coast. I need you to know. What leftism will do? I'll give you just a hint. And we'll get into this later in the show, but it's important in vital. That you understand that there are people coming to national office who use the office of attorney general to literally openly crush people and try to take away the right to be involved in the political process. I'd not in a lawsuit an official lawsuit from an AG. You will no longer be allowed to participate in politics. Just for a moment. Think of the ramifications of that we've got to keep fighting which is my other frustration with Mitt Romney. He thinks this is all about soft fuzzy cuddly, Democrats, he does not understand the left. I guaranteed dozens because when I got to DC phenomenal thing for me. To behold, the people the RNC had not read rules for radicals. They didn't understand it. They didn't understand the rules. If you don't understand the rules of the game opponent is playing how do you play back in a guarantee Romney has not taken an understanding of what the left is versus good old fashioned Democrats like my mom, a lot of my family is good old fashioned Democrats, disagree with them. But it's not the hardcore left. It is open line Friday. Deborah in Albuquerque, New Mexico. You're on the Rush Limbaugh program taught Herman filling in Hello, Debra. I think this is a good time for Trump to start fighting for or bringing the issues of smaller government because you know, Harry now we have the shutdown. We don't have all this money. So let's start finding a way to minimize the IRS term limits, and and so forth, you know, try to come up with a budget and stick with it. And this is a good time to do especially the next two years. Oh, there's no doubt in particular right now. I mean, we could be taking an accounting of what we're going to have to pay these people back when the government does come back online in this way. But there's another point he could make Deborah thanks for the call love Albuquerque, by the way, very very beautiful town. Deborah, here's another thing that the president could do is not essential employees. I shall if you're a small business owner, if you've got about, you know, if you've got between five and ten employees, which one of your employees are not essential. If you're a company of twenty five to thirty people walk down the hallway. Find your non essential employees. If you're a venture capitalist listened to Russia's show. Tell me about all the time. We're you've backed companies with top heavy management. Oh, we're a brand new startup. We've got six vice presidents and a couple of of engineers when you start looking at the government as a business because it is a business. It's our business. We hire people to take care of it into tend to it. The very thought of non essential employees is absurd. They're not. I'm not calling them non essential human beings. But employees ease the president could make this point financially and logically if they're not essential. What are we doing? Having so many of them in these positions taught Herman filling in for Rush Limbaugh on the E I B network. You're listening to the network.

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"rumbek" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

08:38 min | 3 years ago

"rumbek" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"You're on the Rush Limbaugh program with Todd Herman filling in Hello, Ron. Hey, todd. Thank you for covering for rush. You're doing a great job. Thank you, sir. I just I just think you know, rush has contact with the president. And I got a suggestion for the president that he's building the wall in the wrong place building around DC and that out and not to keep you out. But you know, we solved that problem saw wall problem solve a whole lot of country problems. That's a great idea. Right. I wanted to take what you did. And what are the lessons? I learned from from. The Limbaugh institute is callers often provide the opportunity to make the holes. Look good round. That's a great suggestion. So funny suggestion I wanna thank you for that. Thank you for calling. Thank you for listening to the show, Rumbek sip. A great point. And this is one of the things that I really I when I lived in DC a certain epiphanies happen to be one first of all the first week. I was there. I was I was offered what amounted to about a million dollar bribe in my mind. I mean to me it was a straight flat out bribe the person who offered it to me might disagree. But to me the way it was presented was you? Let me have this all all I'll give you a million dollar gig. Okay. That was a weekend. I was at the RNC, right? I wasn't playing with taxpayer money. The other thing I figured out is the concentric circles of wealth in DC know, it's eight out of the ten richest counties in the United States is around DC, they produce nothing. They market nothing. But the got the best business model in the world. If you want more money to take more money, and that's a great business model high margins right, predictable revenue flow, the concentric circles of wealth in DC work this way, everybody from the hot dog vendor to the person who was chief of staff for the president is states is one way or another incentivized to keep up that business model of if you want more money, you take more money, hence, let's grow our departments. Hence, let's hire more people. Hence, let's make it impossible to fire federal employees. The hot dog vendor sells hot dogs to them. The chief of staff puts their kids in private schools where the teachers are dependent upon that revenue flow. And I know it's hackneyed, and I know it might seem odd to have an older. A conservative talk show host recommend this. But go look again at the movie, the hunger games or better yet the book. I've no doubt the author. Be absolutely furious that are making this comparison, but the terms of the districts in the capital being served by the districts that would become very very evident to you. If you live back there. One of the thing on the swamp that people don't get there is DC normal. And then there's the rest of the world normal. There's DC ethics and then there are DC. And then there's real world ethics. It's open line Friday from Puyallup, Washington. Nathan you were on the Rush Limbaugh program taught Herman filling in Hello Nathan from Puyallup. Hello Todd and guest host did owes. Thank you very much the west. You're very kind. I think it subbed. It does. Right. When you do that. It's not. So subtitles. Yes, sir. Full not the full dinner. Okay. All right. Well, well, I got a question for you. Like, so many probably like sixty two million other voters. I am. I'm absolutely disgusted with Mitt Romney. I voted for the man twice. He's probably a super. I think he is a really nice guy. And I think he would made a great president. But what he did was. So just just wrong is not even a strong enough word. I'm livid. I'm limited with the man, you know, Trump is on the front line and we're behind him. And we're defending ourselves against the onslaught of of crushing lustiest and Mitt Romney sniping from the from the flanks, and it just it's disgusting Todd. And I wanna know what can we the little peons in the hinterlands due to get these politicians to wake up and understand that when when mitt attacks the president, it's sixty two million of us that he is attack. You how can we get our voice heard? What can we do in a practical manner to get that message to him? Well, you're doing it. Now. I mean, look this stuff it makes it back down into DC. They monitor a show like Russia's the size of the network in that reached, that's monitored. And it's gonna make it in there. You can call you can tweet can do these things. But the bigger thing that you can do is support people who look if they disagree with the president on policy. Okay, disagree. But this undercutting in this grandstanding, and the timing of this support people weren't going to do that you support people who if they've got a policy disagreement with the president, and they stayed in respectful terms. That's a different issue. But you do it by supporting people who largely look at the policies of the president the judicial nominees the supreme court the lower courts, he has issued fewer regulations in any president in recent history. He has cut more regulation people who will talk about the good who will back the good and still maintain their freedom to criticize we don't wanna Tommy John's, no one wants a Tom atomic people. But do it that way? But you just right now. Do you put a good foot forward on that? And share your frustration because of the timing and the focus and Nathan appreciate the call all the way from Puyallup. And folks that can be tiring it can be tiring to fight this. But Nathan mentioned the left I'm going to get into in. I believe the second hour of the show. I need you to know. What's coming from the west coast, a need you to know. What leftism will do? I'll give you just a hint. And we'll get into this later in the show, but it's important in vital. That you understand that there are people coming to national office who use the office of attorney general to literally openly crush people and try to take away their right to be involved in the political process in a lawsuit an official lawsuit from an AG, you will no longer be allowed to participate in politics just from moment. Think of the ramifications of that we've got to keep fighting which is my other frustration with Mitt Romney. He thinks this is all about soft fuzzy cuddly, Democrats, he does not understand the left I guarantee dozens because when I got to DC. Phenomenal thing for me to behold. The people aren't RMC had not read rules for radicals. They didn't understand it. They didn't understand the rules. If you don't understand the rules of the game zero point is playing how do you play back in a guarantee Romney has not taken an understanding of what the left is versus good old fashioned. Democrats. Like, my mom is a lot of my family is good old fashioned Democrats, disagree with them. But it's not the hardcore left. It is open line Friday. Deborah in Albuquerque, New Mexico. You're on the Rush Limbaugh program taught Herman filling in Hello, Debra. I think this is a good time for Trump to start fighting for or bringing the issues of smaller government because Harry now we have the shutdown. We don't have all this money. So let's start finding a way to minimize the IRS term limits, and and so forth. You know, try to come up with a budget and stick within. And this is a good time to do especially the next two years. Oh, there's no doubt in particular right now. I mean, we could be taking an accounting of what we're gonna have to pay these people back when the government does come back online in this way. But there's another point he could make Deborah thanks for the call love Albuquerque, by the way, very very beautiful town. Deborah, here's another thing that the president could do is not essential employees. I challenge if you're a small business owner, if you've got about, you know, if you've got between five and ten employees, which one of your employees or non essential. If you're a company of twenty five to thirty people walk down the hallway. Find your non essential employees. If you're venture capitalist listens. Russia's show. Tell me about all the times where you've backed companies with top heavy management. Oh, we're a brand new startup. We've got six vice presidents and a couple of of engineers when you start looking at the government as a business because it is a business. It's our business. We hire people to take care of it. And to tend to it the very thought of non essential employees is absurd. They're not. I'm not calling them non essential human beings. But employees ease the president could make this point financially and logically if they're not essential. What are we doing having so many of them in these positions? It's taught him filling in for Rush Limbaugh on the E I B network. You're listening to the network. It's just obvious. Rush is on. S T. I'm.

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