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"terrible degenerative disease" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

03:23 min | 3 months ago

"terrible degenerative disease" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

"But you know again, I know people that that simply do not enjoy that I know a lot more people who are frightened by the idea or may have religious objections to it or whatever but you know, that's that's one thing but you know, the fact is that there are people that just find btao. Very uncomfortable. And so and I think that ironically CBD really helps with that. That's funny. Well, I mean it really is you know, there have been some recent studies about you know, people who have problems some people idea. I think if something is probably worth dealing with here is the idea of people is marijuana addictive. Well, yes, everything is addictive in the sense that if you do different things that you like to do course, you know gambling is highly addictive there is is one of the most destructive addictions of any month. So because there's a limit to how much cocaine you can put up your nose, but there is no limit to the amount of money that the casinos will happily take they'll you know until you log Already, they'll take it but you know, this is there is you know, this isn't something where you're taking something. This is an action that you're that has become a fixation but it is as addictive as a more so than than many drugs and addiction from alcohol, which maybe my favorite drug can be fatal that details you people can have actually go ahead and and have seizures and died. The barbiturates are highly addictive and they will in fact if you go into details the hospital though, they will give you a rich what's to stop stop the convulsions to keep you from dying and so the month. So the the point is is that what you know, in terms of do people do some people have problems with the cannabis use. Yeah people have problems. With almost everything and that's whatever, you know people that couldn't happen. I say there are people involved it can happen to people but I'm the general idea though of of dealing with stress, which is both for the families of the people that Alzheimer's and with the patients themselves, and this is the so they are being two entirely different sets of facts that you you have the patient who's in the grips of a terrible degenerative disease, and then you have the families and friends who trying to take care of the one of the things that I have recently learned about wage, and I had to fascinating stories is cannabis. Chem Excuse Me music and Alzheimer's talking to a phone number. The other day that had.

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"terrible degenerative disease" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

03:23 min | 3 months ago

"terrible degenerative disease" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

"But you know again, I know people that that simply do not enjoy that I know a lot more people who are frightened by the idea or may have religious objections to it or whatever but you know, that's that's one thing but you know, the fact is that there are people that just find btao. Very uncomfortable. And so and I think that ironically CBD really helps with that. That's funny. Well, I mean it really is you know, there have been some recent studies about you know, people who have problems some people idea. I think if something is probably worth dealing with here is the idea of people is marijuana addictive. Well, yes, everything is addictive in the sense that if you do different things that you like to do course, you know gambling is highly addictive there is is one of the most destructive addictions of any month. So because there's a limit to how much cocaine you can put up your nose, but there is no limit to the amount of money that the casinos will happily take they'll you know until you log Already, they'll take it but you know, this is there is you know, this isn't something where you're taking something. This is an action that you're that has become a fixation but it is as addictive as a more so than than many drugs and addiction from alcohol, which maybe my favorite drug can be fatal that details you people can have actually go ahead and and have seizures and died. The barbiturates are highly addictive and they will in fact if you go into details the hospital though, they will give you a rich what's to stop stop the convulsions to keep you from dying and so the month. So the the point is is that what you know, in terms of do people do some people have problems with the cannabis use. Yeah people have problems. With almost everything and that's whatever, you know people that couldn't happen. I say there are people involved it can happen to people but I'm the general idea though of of dealing with stress, which is both for the families of the people that Alzheimer's and with the patients themselves, and this is the so they are being two entirely different sets of facts that you you have the patient who's in the grips of a terrible degenerative disease, and then you have the families and friends who trying to take care of the one of the things that I have recently learned about wage, and I had to fascinating stories is cannabis. Chem Excuse Me music and Alzheimer's talking to a phone number. The other day that had.

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"terrible degenerative disease" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:31 min | 7 months ago

"terrible degenerative disease" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"With circles and a house and a paragraph on the back of each one explaining what each one was to be used as evidence against us. You know, you could could rattle these things off. And so I think it was just You know, it's such a It's so funny. It's so clever it it stands the test of time. It's amazing that you know, something can be repeated like that and still be funny. Then it is today. Yeah, I mentioned the life. It's a little over 18 minutes. Arla never thought the song would even be released. Yeah, the thing is, there is a bit of a back story. It didn't just happen out of nowhere. He had been performing the song on the You Know, the Coffeehouse circuit at that time, and he that booked into the Newport Folk Festival that summer. I think it was in July. Just as a songwriter and and a daytime workshop, and he did you know the entire Alice's restaurant? You know, Massa Cree, and it went over Great, and they put him that that I believe was on a Saturday afternoon. They put him on the evening concert that night just to do that. And then for the final concert the following night, So he did it, You know, three times in two days. For very large audiences and, you know, so there was definitely a buzz on him. And it was. You know their reaction at Newport that got him a record contract and you know they wanted to strike While the iron was hot. The record was out within a couple of months as a recording, which is what you're in charge of for the Library of Congress. It's It's very unique, not just in length, all the things I mentioned earlier. It's a talking blues. It's a device almost the speech that then goes back to a chorus that Arlo would have heard many of his dad's songs but is also kind of a comedy routine, and Arlo talked about being influenced by the comedian Lord Buckley. It's such a strange brew to become his popular is it did Yes. And no, I think yet. You have to remember. You know, he was also influenced by his father. And if you you listen to the 1949 concert recording of Woody that surfaced A number of years ago. What he gets on riffs like this and you'll go on for for 10 minutes on a variety of very loosely related subjects, but the audiences with him they're following him the whole way because he's he's engaging. He's funny. He's clever. He's insightful. He's telling them things they don't know. And you know some some of that. You know what he got from Will Rogers and from the fifties on there was Lord Buckley, But there were also other comedians. You like Mort, Saul, Um Bill Cosby brother Dave Gardner. You know who you know They weren't just telling jokes. You know it wasn't a you know, quick punchline kind of humor or what? Gene Shepard is another one. They were storytellers and You know they would draw you in and just, you know, lead you down all these unexpected pathways and you know, so I think you know Arlo was tapping into some of that, you know, in his own very distinctive way, And we say that he's talking Years, but at the same time, you know it's it's a very musical kind of talk, and you know the fact that when he performs, it performs Alice's restaurant. Today, Even though there are some makes some changes here, and there is doing it very much the way he did it in 1967, you know, so it's The words sound a certain way. You know, there's there's a cadence. There's a there's a manner and what she's doing it that I think is is very musical. And he's playing the whole time too. So The song becomes such a phenomenon that a hit movie. Alice's restaurant is made about it. Directed by Arthur Penn, who had done Bonnie and Clyde in the miracle worker. And this had become such an event by this time that officer Obie Who arrested Arlo for littering in real life and took those 27 color glossy photos to show to a judge who was in fact blind officer. Obie ends up playing himself in the movie, as did the actual judge. I mean, rather than be offended, in the end, that this became such a phenomenon they wanted to be a part of us. Yeah, yeah, I mean, that zah. Couple of pretty good sports Right there. Life life imitates art. The final thing, Arlo, Aside from having live up to a legendary last name of found humor, and that's his way. Into music and fame, even though he had a 50% possibility of a terrible, degenerative disease hanging over him that his dad had Huntington's chorea. It's an inherited disease that attacks the brain. I remember talking to him when he turned 50 and I said, I guess the weight is off your shoulders now, and he took a long breath and said, Yeah, I guess, but there is this underlying thing that he rarely talked about. Um, that's always there. Part of the money that he makes goes to raise money for research into a disease that we still don't have a cure for treatment for. And and yet again, he finds this way into this with this gentle sense of humor. Which is it a very unique Yeah, He's really a great musician on many levels. You know, you can see that. You know, you just look the musicians that he played with, you know, top top of the line people. On and at the same time, you know, there's.

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"terrible degenerative disease" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:29 min | 7 months ago

"terrible degenerative disease" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Each one explaining what each one was to be used as evidence against us. You know, you could could rattle these things off. And so I think it was just, you know, it's such a It's so funny. It's so clever it it stands the test of time. It's amazing that you know, something can be repeated like that and still be funny. Then it is today. Yeah, I mentioned the Leith. It's a little over 18 minutes. Arlo never thought the song would even be released. Yeah, but the thing is, there is a bit of a back story. It didn't just happen out of nowhere. He performing the song on the You Know, the Coffeehouse circuit at that time, and he that looked into the Newport Folk Festival that summer. I think it was in July. On just as a songwriter and in a daytime workshop, and he did you know the entire Alice's restaurant? You know, Massa Cree, and it went over great. And they put him that that I believe was on a Saturday afternoon. They put him on the evening concert that night just to do that. And then for the final concert the following night, So he did it, You know, three times in two days. For a very large audiences and, you know, so there was definitely a buzz on him. And it was. You know their reaction at Newport that got him a record contract and you know they wanted Tonto strike While the iron was hot. The record was out within a couple of months. As a recording, which is what you're in charge of the Library of Congress. It's It's very unique, not just in the length of all the things I mentioned earlier, it's a talking blues. It's a device. Almost the speech that then goes back to a chorus that our love would have heard many of his dad's songs, but it's also kind of a comedy routine, and Arlo talked about being influenced by the comedian Lord Buckley. It's such a strange brew to become his popular is it did Yes. And no, I think yet. You have to remember. You know, he was also influenced by his father. And if you you listen to the 1949 concert recording of Woody that surfaced A number of years ago. What he gets on riffs like this and you'll go on for for 10 minutes on a variety of very loosely related subjects, but the audiences with him they're following him the whole way because he's he's engaging. He's funny. He's clever. He's insightful. He's telling things they don't know. And you know some some of that. You know what he got from Will Rogers. And from the fifties on there was Lord Buckley, But there were also other comedians. You let Mort Saul um Bill Cosby brother Dave Gardner. Uh, who? You know they weren't just telling jokes, you know, wasn't a You know, quick punchline kind of humor, or Jean Shepard is another one. They were storytellers and you know they would draw you in and just, you know, lead you down all these unexpected pathways and You know, so I think you know, are always tapping into some of that, you know, in his own very distinctive way, And we say that he's talking. He is, but at the same time, you know, it's Zaveri musical kind of talk. And you know the fact that when he performs, it performs Alice's restaurant today, even though there are some you makes some changes here, and there is doing it very much the way he did it in 1967, you know, so it's The words sound a certain way. You know, there's there's a cadence. There's a there's a manner and what she's doing it that I think is very musical. And he's playing the whole time too. So Song become such a phenomenon that a hit movie. Alice's restaurant is made about it. Directed by Arthur Penn, who had done Bonnie and Clyde in the miracle worker. And this had become such an event by this time that officer Obie Who arrested Arlo for littering in real life that took those 27 color glossy photos to show to a judge who was in fact blind officer. Obie ends up playing himself in the movie, as did the actual judge. I mean, rather than be offended, in the end, that this became such a phenomenon they wanted to be a part of us. Yeah, yeah, I mean, that zah. Couple of pretty good sports right there like life imitates art it final thing, Arlo, Aside from having live up to a legendary last name of found humor, and that's his way into music and fame, even though he had a 50% possibility of terrible, degenerative disease hanging over him that his dad had Huntington's chorea. It's an inherited disease that attacks the brain. I remember talking to him when he turned 50 and I said, I guess the weight is off your shoulders now, and he took a long breath and said, Yeah, I guess, but there was this underlying thing that he rarely talked about. Um, that's always there. Part of the money that he makes goes to raise money for research into a disease that we still don't have a cure for treatment for. And and yet again, he finds this way into this with this gentle sense of humor, which is very unique. Yeah, He's really a great musician on many levels. You know, you can see that. You know, you just look the musicians that he played with, you know, top top of the line people. On and at the same time, you know, there's you know, there's there's a.

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"terrible degenerative disease" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:29 min | 7 months ago

"terrible degenerative disease" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Each one explaining what each one was to be used as evidence against us. You know, you could could rattle these things off. And so I think it was just, you know, it's such a It's so funny. It's so clever it it stands the test of time. It's amazing that you know, something can be repeated like that and still be funny. Then it is today. Yeah, I mentioned the length. It's a little over 18 minutes. Arlo never thought the song would even be released. Yeah, The thing is, there is a bit of a back story. It didn't just happen out of nowhere. He had been performing the song on the You Know, the Coffeehouse circuit at that time, and he that booked into the Newport Folk Festival that summer. I think it was in July. On just as a songwriter and in a daytime workshop, and he did you know the entire Alice's restaurant? You know, Massa Cree, and it went over great. And they put him that that I believe was on a Saturday afternoon. They put him on the evening concert that night just to do that. And then for the final concert the following night, So he did it, You know, three times in two days. For very large audiences and, you know, so there was definitely a buzz on him. And it was. You know their reaction at Newport that got him a record contract and you know they wanted Tonto strike While the iron was hot. The record was out within a couple of months as a recording, which is what you're in charge of for the Library of Congress. It's It's very unique, not just in length, all the things I mentioned earlier. It's a talking blues. It's a device almost the speech that then goes back to a chorus that Arlo would have heard many of his dad's songs but is also kind of a comedy routine, and Arlo talked about being influenced by the comedian Lord Buckley. It's such a strange brew to become his popular is it did Yes. And no, I think yet. You have to remember. You know, he was also influenced by his father. And if you you listen to the 1949 concert recording of Woody that surfaced a number of years ago. Um, what he gets on riffs like this and you'll go on for for 10 minutes on a variety of very loosely related subjects, but the audiences with him they're following him the whole way because he's he's engaging. He's funny. He's clever. He's insightful. He's telling them things they don't know. Uh and you know some some of that. You know what he got from Will Rogers. And from the fifties on there was Lord Buckley, but there were also other comedians. You like Mort? Saul? Um, Bill Cosby brother Dave Gardner. Who? You know, they weren't just telling jokes. You know it wasn't a you know, quick punch line kind of humor or what? Gene Shepard is another one. They were storytellers and You know they would draw you in and just, you know, lead you down all these unexpected pathways and, uh, you know, so I think you know, Arlo was tapping into some of that, you know, in his own very distinctive way, And we say that he's talking Years, but at the same time, you know it's it's a very musical kind of talk, and you know the fact that when he performs, it performs Alice's restaurant. Today, Even though there are some makes some changes here, and there is doing it very much the way he did it in 1967, you know, so it's Though the words sound a certain way, You know there's there's a cadence. There's a There's a manner in which he's doing it that I think is is very musical. And he's playing the whole time too. So The song becomes such a phenomenon that a hit movie. Alice's restaurant is made about it. Directed by Arthur Penn, who had done Bonnie and Clyde in the miracle worker. And this had become such an event by this time that officer Obie Who arrested Arlo for littering in real life and took those 27 color glossy photos to show to a judge who was in fact blind officer. Obie ends up playing himself in the movie, as did the actual judge. I mean, rather than be offended, in the end, that this became such a phenomenon they wanted to be a part of us. Yeah, yeah, I mean, that zah. Couple of pretty good sports Right there. Life life imitates art. The final thing Arlo, Aside from having live up to a legendary last name of found humor, and that's his way into music and fame, even though he had a 50% possibility of a terrible, degenerative disease hanging over him that his dad had Huntington's chorea. It's an inherited disease that attacks the brain. I remember talking to him when he turned 50 and I said, I guess the weight is off your shoulders now, and he took a long breath and said, Yeah, I guess, but there is this underlying thing that he rarely talked about. Um, that's always there. Part of the money that he makes goes to raise money for research into a disease that we still don't have a cure for treatment for. And and yet again, he finds this way into this with this gentle sense of humor, which is, you know, very unique. Yeah, He's really a great musician on many levels. You know, you can see that. You know, you just look the musicians that he played with, you know, top top of the line people on but the same time you know, there's You know, there's there's a.

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"terrible degenerative disease" Discussed on KMJNow Radio

KMJNow Radio

02:06 min | 5 years ago

"terrible degenerative disease" Discussed on KMJNow Radio

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