Imaginary Allergies, Hospital Price Transparency & A High-Tech Tragedy in Las Vegas | The Daily Show

Allergies. They affect the lives
of many bitch-ass Americans. But according to a new study, the most common affliction
is hypochondria. Surprising results
from a new scientific survey of more than 40,000 Americans. The study finds that, while
nearly one in five people said they had a food allergy, only about ten percent
of Americans actually have symptoms
that suggest a real allergy. The data suggests that,
while 50 million Americans think they have food allergies, only about 26 million
actually do. I knew it! Half of Americans
who think they have allergies aren’t allergic to anything. Yeah. The only thing
you gluten-free mother(bleep) are allergic to is a good time. -That’s all it is.
-(cheering) “I’m allergic to gluten. I’m allergic to gluten.” And don’t get me wrong.
I’m not blaming Americans. I’m blaming the doctors
who overdiagnose them. Yeah. I was told I’m allergic to bees, and I know it’s not true,
because I eat bees every day and I’m fine. But, seriously, in Africa, like, food allergies
aren’t a thing. And I know you’re thinking,
“Oh, that’s because, in Africa, you don’t have food.” No, we have food. You racist. It’s just that rashes
are impossible to detect when you already have Ebola. Moving on, here’s some more health news. REPORTER: A new federal rule
requires every hospital across the nation
to post standard charges online for every item
and every service they provide. In the past, some hospitals
have posted only small lists or they’ve asked patients
to contact their health care provider
for pricing. But you can see here,
look at this long list. Now a requirement
for every hospital, and they’ll have to update
the list at least once a year. Yes, yes, yes. Finally, American hospitals now have to tell you
their prices in advance, which is a huge improvement. Hospitals are the only places that can surprise you
with prices. You go in, you get the surgery,
then, three weeks later, you get the bill
for a price of your car. Like, imagine
if you order Chipotle, and the next month
you get a bill for $80,000. You’d be like,
“What? If I’d known that, I wouldn’t have gotten
extra guacamole! What the hell?” Like, I’m serious. I really hope
this is the first step to getting America’s
health care costs under control. ‘Cause, when I first got
to the U.S., I had to have surgery
on my appendix, right? And then after I saw the bill
that came, I was like,
“You guys should’ve let me die.” Like, at that price, I could’ve
sent myself to medical school and then learned how
to take out my own appendix, charged myself $80,000,
and I’d be rich! (cheering and applause) This is a step forward. Moving on, this week is the Consumer
Electronics Show in Las Vegas. CES. It’s where tech companies showcase the latest
in futuristic nightmares. And this year
hasn’t disappointed. REPORTER: While
the Consumer Electronics Show is set to take Las Vegas
by storm this morning, one computerized companion
won’t be there. Take a look at the moment
a self-driving Tesla Model S mows down a robot
in the street. This Promobot’s damage
will prevent him from appearing
in this year’s show. (chuckles):
Oh, wow. A self-driving car
mowed down a robot pedestrian. And you know what’s funny
about this is that, as humans,
we’re so narcissistic we always assumed that, when
the robot apocalypse comes, the robots will be coming
after us. We’ve never once considered that robots probably hate each
other just as much as we do. Yeah. That car probably saw
the robot and was like, “Hey, WALL-E, kill yourself. Your mama was a Roomba.” (cackling) Also, is it just me
or does that robot look like it was trying
to get hit by the car? ‘Cause what is the robot doing
in the middle of the road? It’s probably got some
insurance scam going, you know? Like, the robot is just like,
“Oh, ow, ow, got me.” Gonna show up to court
in a neck brace, like, “I’ve been unable to work
and support my wife and three toasters.”

AMBULANCE – Court métrage (Horreur Fantastique) Céleste Grant 2020

This video is not recommended for children under 10 years old. Well, all the papers for the vehicle are in order. Insurance, registration card, certificate of non-pledge, All you have to do is sign the vehicle transfer declaration. Right… So now we’re going to see the vehicle. CÉLESTE GRANT
Presents Here’s the thing. Ah yeah ok, you left everything from the ambulance. Yes, absolutely, we didn’t change anything, we left everything, the equipment, the cupboards, The drawers, everything is as before. – It’s original!
– But go ahead, go up, we’ll visit. And there you even have lights on the side up there. Ah! – It’s great, it’s really cool!
– And there, at the very bottom on the left, you have a switch. If you press it, it makes speaker with the front cabin. “Right here, you can communicate with the driver. ” There you go … The keys are yours! Thank you. Uh … Since it’s an old ambulance, Does that mean there were deaths in it? AMBULANCE “Hello?” ” Yes, I call you back. You didn’t tell me that there was a noise at the back when you are driving. ” A noise ? Ah no, I assure you, there is no noise. ” I seemed to have heard something … “No, logically there is nothing, but call me if there is a problem. ” Well, listen, I’ll be careful, then I’ll see. – “All right. ”
– Thank you. Shit! AMBULANCE A Celeste Grant movie With
Maximilien Dulac With
Alice Aglaghanian / Allan Christopher Music
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TIPEURS © 2018 – All Rights Reserved Thank you for watching my short AMBULANCE I hope you liked it. I really invite you to give me your opinion and to react in the comment space of this video. Also, don’t hesitate to put a thumbs up if you liked this little film. For the record, AMBULANCE was completed in just a few hours. We filmed the daytime scenes in just 1.5 hours, And the night scenes in 2 hours max. It was like a challenge we gave ourselves. Me, behind the camera, the main actor and, let’s say, “the ghost”. Of course, the vehicle occupies an important place in the scenario. But I’m not going to detail now, Because a Making of is now available on this Youtube channel. Or at least it will be soon. Find the link of it into the video description. Don’t hesitate to go see the Making of to get more details on this film, The special effects, and filming anecdotes that we encountered. Admittedly, it is a film with certain small defects. We could criticize, for example, the acting not always correct. But I remind you that they are not precisely actors, But just my friends who agreed to play in my movie. But what I really like about this movie : AMBULANCE, is that it proves that with very little budget and a lot of energy and passion, We can still tell a story, Which, casually, transmits an atmosphere, and, I like to think so: A certain little thrill of horror, anguish, fantastic type. AMBULANCE is one of those kind of achievements that raise awareness, That we can really achieve beautiful things without budget, when we’re motivated. right, I stop here. If you like fiction, short films, web series, Don’t hesitate to subscribe to this channel by activating the bell. I remind in passing that I have other YouTube channels, on which I experiment with other forms of creations. Like music, Urbex or Gaming. All information is in description. I’m Céleste Grant, see you soon, For new videos.

H145 provides air ambulance services to remote communities in Wales

H145 provides air ambulance services to remote communities in Wales

Being out there to fly is probably one of the most privileged jobs you can do in this aviation world. You know every day is a different day. We go and see people, we like I said before, they are having the worst day of their life, but we’re there to help them and seeing this job for the last eight years you know we do make a difference, especially flying these aircraft, especially with the team that we got and there’ll be a lot of people here today who wouldn’t be here today if it wasn’t for this aircraft. [Music] So the Wales Air Ambulance have four aircraft we got three H145s and also we got the H135 based in Cardiff which is purposely for the children’s air ambulance. We cover the whole of Wales. We obviously aim to deliver a service seven days a week 365 days of the year. We’re very excited about some of the work we’re doing. We’ve now got consultants onboard and H145 that we have with a Bücher fit actually is fantastic because we can take all the equipment in small sizes. We’ve even got blood on board there and blood products so it is unique. Yeah I’m happy with the H145. It’s an excellent working platform for us as a service. It gives us what we need as a team. It’s a very reliable aircraft. It’s got that working platform that we need. It gives us that assurance that we can undertake our roles effectively and safely. [Music] [Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music] It’s a great tool for us, especially for single pilot operations. With the Helionix suite, it makes it much easier for us. Four axis autopilot when we do long transfers or when we do long-range Flights, especially here in Wales, it makes it very efficient, the flight, and it takes a lot of workload off the pilot. Safety is a vital importance and having that reassurance that the aircraft is reliable with all the safety Features, with all the intelligence systems, it does give you the confidence in what can be quite a challenging environment. It’s long distances. There are not big motorways across Wales and so we can get somewhere effectively and quickly by air rather than by land and it saves lives. It’s been proven. [Music] you [Music]

Exploring an Abandoned Hospital Filled with Thousands of Patient Files

In this episode we’re exploring an abandoned hospital that was built in the 1930s and abandoned around two decades ago [Steam] Since it’s part of an active facility parts of the building still have electricity and patient files can be found throughout Now join us as we explore this historic building [Music] This video is sponsored by Mack Weldon, they make some of the most comfortable daily wear clothes you can buy. Get 20% off your first order on by using the code proper people at checkout With their stuff I’m gonna put my respirator on. Virginia Union Something biomedical Jones attached Quarterly accumulated index. Radiology technology Radiology 1975 Seems like any topic is covered here pretty much like a general hospital. This looks like all radiology. That’s radiology too. More books Oral mucus and health and disease color atlas of pathology Every topic is here Let’s head up to the first real floor. We have to climb over more books to get to the stairs. The gated staircases, yeah. Yeah, I love this Oh oh. Light off. Look at this. That’s sick! Holy shit there’s power in here. Let’s keep going. Okay. Well, this definitely tops the list of buildings I did not expect to have power You know all those people who say… “How is it abandoned? There’s power, it can’t be abandoned.” Look at this. This is a great place, holy shit Those chairs just chillin everywhere This office still looks set up and it’s just completely falling apart Paper still on the walls. Like cabinets, pharmacy, library, medical records. You want to go through some of the files? Yea sure. The patient files. All their names are right here. There you did not… Holy shit. Entire medical records of patients. That’s pretty much illegal. Yeah. Literally. Wasn’t that like Hitler or something? Yea I’m gonna look for a date. Hang on. This is one person’s file right here Okay, so the date on this is 95 Further down at the end. 91 that’s old. Okay, so this one here is 95 that’s pretty late. Which is the same date we’ve seen on the walls, which might be the last this building was used. Everything’s 95 Hipa the bill that requires confidential handling of patient information wasn’t passed until 1996 one year after the date on these records. The fonts of them have rusted off the drawer. That’s pretty crazy This hospital campus has been active since the early 1800s, but the particular building were exploring has only been around since the 1930s Throughout the years it served as a residence hall for nurses a medical school and most recently an administration building These wires all look destroyed I don’t think the wires are down there. They go down. Know what. Look how rotted they look. Yeah. Probably a little. We’re getting to the lobby. This was the main desk where you’d sign-in I wonder if there’s a tunnel into the big main building. Finish this floor first It’s weird how there’s only one light with the light on so far. Yeah, but that was near where it was kind of connected to the other building. Yeah. There’s a cote in this cause We gotta lay low here cuz we’re pretty visible through all these windows. This is cool Now that is old looking It’s at least one more floor above this next one and then maybe an attic. And then there’s a basement too for this area that we haven’t gone into There’s a cool wheelchair down there There’s a computer or something there. Did you see the monitor in that room?There’s a couple of them. Look at this growth. Is this like an electric wheelchair? There’s one in there too This is really worn away. You could see the belts that ran the wheels. And a motor. Did you see this just ran on to car batteries? I didn’t, but yeah. To dental ward. People have been putting their names up here. Now we got TPP 19. I wonder if they were here in 07. 02. This place has been abandoned a long time. MS DOS Look up. It’s right there. The light. Oh shit. With the wires coming… There is only that one little wire connected. You see like a rolling shutter effect or something. Frame rate effect with the lens. That wire goes somewhere down there. It’s so weird. These are filing cabinets with the glass. That thing’s pretty Want some sour cream? Well, the florescents are off up here. Wait a second. This one’s slightly odd, and it’s hanging from the ceiling. Holy shit. Turn your light off. Yeah. That’s actually insane. I’ve never seen anything like this. Do they want this place to burn down? I had pretty low expectations for this place. Look look look. Yeah. Should I try this? Try it. Try the other one Nothing. These are all like separate… Yeah. Like emergency light. That’s what they are. They are emergency lights. Oh. Look all these files. Just rows and rows of files. Yeah These look like patient record files also. They do. I’m gonna go see if they are. Oh, yeah, these are all patient files All of them That’s crazy When do the HIPAA law come about because what if it wasn’t a thing in 1995 Look how short the stall doors are in this bathroom. I can barely see. These flush after using the toilet. And they are like, what’s up dude? Yeah. This building has a pretty nice facade. What the what! It’s a cat. I just saw a black shadow in the corner of my eye. And I’m like, “What was that?” This is the green floor. Is it the skylight stairwell? Yeah, I saw that before. You can hear the building creaking every time the wind blows. Look, a doll and a stethoscope. A stethoscope. Two of them. This one is actually somewhat attached. Look at the fucking baby on the table. Oh I’m aware. [Laughs] I’m aware There is a chair just chilin on a table. Chairs can’t just chill on tables? Well it is. Right there. It’s not allowed. There’s a fucking vulture in here. No! It’s in here. It scared the shit out of me. Is he just chilin? He’s looking right at me. Holy shit! It was behind a desk when I stepped in here and it fucking jumped. Oh no it’s shitting, it’s shitting. It’s pooping. Did we attack… I think we literally scared the shit out of him. Dude, he’s attack No, they’re vultures like eat dead things. I know, but what if it like, feels threatened? It might… He has that way to go. Holy shit. This thing… I was like so close to it, but I wasn’t recording. How close were you when you first saw it? Like at the desk where the typewriter was. It was on the back side of the desk. That fucking almost… I heard you scream from like all the way down the hall. Alright, let’s go Cots. I’m sure there’s prints in this room. Got names on them. Taylor. Paint peeling off the ceiling. Wow. This is basically a preschool in here. It’s what it looks like. I wonder if this was daycare for hospital employees or if this is a full-on children’s floor. Well, yeah because there are medical devices in here. Tell me how creepy this is. Five out of seven. Five out of seven? That’s pretty creepy. Look. Ohhhhhh. Auditorium. Let’s go check that out. Okay. That might be a light on down there too. Oh wow. Look at this. That’s a lot of boxes. Whoa. I did not expect this in the basement. Basement auditorium. Yeah. These are like receipts. There’s amounts. For patients and it has names and addresses Oh this is power right. Yep. That’s electricity. Holy shit. We need boots We have to come back. What about this way? But that goes towards the active building stuff. I don’t know. That goes towards the Department of Corrections buildings. So let’s not do that one. Yeah Oh this one is only flooded in this one little spot. Holy shit. This is so cool. Hey. Move that box over here. Can you move this box over here? Oh you want me to get my feet wet, but not yours? I don’t know if that noise is something… Do you hear that water? In the pipes. Oh it’s in the pipes. This isn’t the right way for that. Maybe it will go that way. Yeah. It does don’t look right, or left, left. This is insane. This looks left. No. Is it blocked? I think it connects somewhere. You can feel the heat coming off the pipes. Plaster a shop. Plaster shop. There’s more steam coming off. And the whole infrastructure, the complex is running through here. See anything? It looks like it’s gonna be sealed. I see boards across it already? Yeah. Looks really old Oh there’s construction shit man. Okay, so they’re already tearing that building apart. There’s just a bunch of destruction. After discovering the tunnel was blocked off we decided to end our exploration for now at least Most of the other buildings on the campus are being demolished for mixed-use redevelopment, but it’s unsure what the future holds for this historic building Today’s episode was sponsored by Mack Weldon. 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Untangling the Brain Circuits in Mental Illness

Untangling the Brain Circuits in Mental Illness

(gentle music) – Neuropsychiatric conditions
are some of the most severe and devastating conditions
that can happen to anyone. At the same time it’s probably the biggest cause of worldwide disability. The ability and thought of
being able to treat these or even cure some of
these diseases of the mind has been a dream of mine
since I was very young. – Eddie has really been
doing pioneering work on recording activity from the human brain. And so when he first
heard about this project he approached me and we
started brainstorming about it. And it just sounded like an opportunity that I couldn’t pass up. – We’re here today to discuss an exciting new project that we’re about
to launch that’s a really core part of the new
Obama BRAIN Initiative. The Defensive Advanced Research
Projects Agency, DARPA, has selected us to help
study how the brain works and what goes awry in
neuropsychiatric conditions. The Center for Neural
Engineering and Prosthetics was a collaborative team
between UCSF and UC Berkeley. – We both co-directed
the Center for Neural Engineering and Prostheses. My lab conducts research
in brain-machine interfaces which is an interdisciplinary field that basically includes
engineering and neuroscience. Brain-machine interfaces is about converting thought into action. So you can think of this as having an implantable device in the brain, this BMI, brain-machine
interface, will translate this neural activity into control commands to drive a prosthetic actuator like a robotic arm, an exoskeleton. This new project that we are starting uses the same principles
but they are all applied to brain circuits just only in the brain. – One of our goals is to
take brain-machine interfaces to the next level. We want to take this
technology to the point where it allows us to understand
really complex function of the brain, things like
our emotions, our mood. We want to be able to
address neuropsychiatric conditions such as depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress
disorder, chronic pain. – The current state is that we have some treatments but they’re far from perfect. – Medications, for example,
can affect the whole body and don’t target specific
circuits in the brain. – We don’t actually know how they work. And that might be fine
if they worked great. But they don’t. – The idea is to learn
how these complicated, large-scale brain circuits work. Then this BMI should be able to detect this abnormal activity
and electrically stimulate in some areas to alleviate the symptoms. – What’s really exciting
about this project is we’re going to look at these disorders and the things in the brain
that cause these disorders in a way that no one has ever done before. We know, for example, many of the parts of the brain that are really important and play critical roles
in these disorders. But what we don’t understand is how these parts of the
brain talk to each other and how they interact in ways that contribute to these disorders. – I consider it an enormous responsibility and huge privilege to
be part of this project. Almost all of us know someone who’s been afflicted by many of these conditions and I think it’s the kind of thing that, as a doctor, I see
patients and treat them one-by-one all the time in my practice. But this is the kind of
dream project that allows our science to potentially
treat millions of patients that are afflicted with
these kind of ailments. (gentle music)

How To Treat or give First Aid to a Snake Bite? #Lifesaver #FirstAid

When flooding season starts Some snakes can be seen even in urban places. We should be knowledgeable about safety precautions and proper first aid treatment Should we or one of loved ones become a snakebite victim. There are instances that a victim may have been bitten by the snake yet still be unaware of it So here are some signs to identify a snakebite. A pair of puncture marks These are two adjacent wounds that seems like an animal bite. Severe pain and increasing redness and swelling around the wound. Dizziness and vomiting. Blurred vision. Increased salivation and excessive sweating. Breathing difficulty In case you will encounter these symptoms You may call emergency medical services such as 911-UNTV. Give the precise information to the emergency dispatcher. Provide the exact time of the incident and the distinctive characteristics of the snake This information is vital to determine An accurate anti-venom for the victim. If you are willing to assist a snakebite victim Here are the things that you can do to help. Calm down the patient. Apply direct pressure to control the bleeding. Make sure to position the patient In such a way that the heart is higher than the wound. Do not let the patient move much and talk to them To make them feel comfortable. Assure them that emergency medical services will soon arrive. Remember, if you are a bystander to a snakebite incident Here are the essential things that you can do to help. Call emergency medical services immediately. Make sure that the patient’s heart is higher than the wound. Apply direct pressure to control the bleeding. Keep the patient calm until the rescue team arrives.

Heat Related Illness  (2013 Refresher)

Heat Related Illness (2013 Refresher)

The excessive heat is our big story at six,
firefighters having a hard time battling the rising temperatures. On the frontlines
of that fire yesterday, when he collapsed, likely as a result of heat exhaustion. Crews say the heat is another factor slowing them down. Firefighters did go to the
hospital with heat exhaustion and smoke inhalation, but imagine fighting a fire in triple-digit temperatures
and wearing all that gear. It’s fire proof, heavy, but the material
doesn’t breathe well, that adds to your body’s heat. He was in tip-top physical condition
but he died of heatstroke on the fire line. All the effects come down on them at the
same time, the adrenaline is pumping, they’re fighting fire, the heat, a combination of
many things. We went down to Texas the end of July, the
beginning of August, it was about midway, getting into the last third of fire season. We’d been busy up to that point, we’d been
down to Southern Arizona, and we’d been in the high country of Colorado, so a wide range
of different fuel types and conditions. Our first night in Texas, everyone described
it as kind of oppressive heat, just that really high heat with humidity. The fires in Texas had been going on for,
it seemed like, most of the summer, so we’d been getting a lot of information, we saw
some warnings about the high heat, fuel types, fire activity, things like that and that was after
the fatality incident, so there was a lot going on to that respect, so awareness was
high on heat illness, and extreme heat in Texas at the time, and it was running and
gunning from the get go, it was busy. Basic human physiology suggests that heat
production is a function of metabolic activity. The more active the skeletal muscle is, the
more heat production that individual has to figure out how to off-load to the environment. So when the environment is pressing down on
you, or pressing back on you because the temperature of the sun, and the ambient conditions are
quite warm, or the temperatures associated with the fire, that radiant heat from the
fire, get to be pretty demanding, those add to the stress. It doesn’t mean that a person can’t develop
heat cramps, heat exhaustion, or issues in cooler environments. If their work output is so aggressive, or
aggressive enough to cause an elevated core temperature, and even in cooler ambient environments,
they can’t off-load it quick enough, they could suffer from a heat-related injury. I started noticing that line production was
decreasing, particularly in the heat of the day ,in the late afternoon, and when I observed
my most fit, hardest working firefighters going down really quick, in that environment,
that’s when I knew it truly was not business as usual. That was kind of I think the seed, of trying
to figure out what was going on, in that something beyond whatever those frustrations were, beyond
the crew just not producing, it wasn’t through lack of effort, or lack of ethic, the physiological
was kicking in, the heat illnesses was kicking in, that environment was knocking back our
production. Most of the issues that firefighters are going
to face is going to be due to an exertional heat stress. So, they’re working hard, in an aggressive
environment, the muscle contraction that happens over and over and over as the person’s line
digging or hiking aggressively, or whatever, as that metabolic heat production escalates,
the core body temperature starts to run upwards. And when it gets to a critical level, and
that’s going to be different for every individual, there’s a lot of individual variability,
then the person might start to develop those cramps. Heat cramps can happen as a result of an electrolyte
imbalance, or it could just be a slight drop in hydration, or it could just be an irregular
rise in core temperature. It’s really hard to pinpoint what the precise
mechanism is. But when those happen, they function as an
early warning sign to say, hey, wait a minute, something is not right here. Let’s get you out of this heat, get that
fire shirt off you. He said earlier that his hands were cramping up too. If they don’t address those symptoms, guaranteed
heat exhaustion’s going to enter into the picture. When a person starts to experience heat exhaustion,
certain telltale signs are always present. So, usually it’s dizziness, usually it’s
fatigue. It’s usually associated with and most often
associated with a feeling of overwhelmed, the body’s just overwhelmed with heat. Everybody on the crew experienced at least
mild heat illness once or several times throughout the course of the assignment. Those early symptoms of headache, nausea,
light headedness, some cramping. Everybody experienced that while we were down
there, across the board. Some of the most severe effects occurred with
our sawyers, certainly with the amount of work they’re doing, the extra layers they’re
wearing I think contributed to that. The common approach to treating heat exhaustion,
at least it seems, in the military and the fire agencies, is to address it with aggressive
hydration. And that is, again, secondary to what really
needs to happen. And so cooling the individual is really the
primary course of treatment. We got to get you out of the heat, dude. Keeping you in the sun ís not helping. Getting them to stop work, which they’re
probably going to voluntarily do, because they’re going to collapse, or they’re just
going to complain to the point that they’re going to need to stop. So getting them in the shade, cooling them
off with external cooling, and then, down the line, addressing any hydration issues
that may need to be addressed. If they continue to ignore those symptoms,
then it can progress almost instantly from heat exhaustion to heat stroke. And at that point then, helicopters got
to get involved, medivacs going to be the case, and then a whole lot of other individuals
are put at risk. So you need to get that person off of the
site immediately, cool them down rapidly. But the only way you’re really going to know,
is this heat exhaustion? Is this heat stroke? That’s not really the argument that you need
to have on the mountain. That’s an argument that’s reserved for the
clinical environment. And the only way you’re going to know is
if you have a good solid measure of core body temperature. We really relied on our EMT to make judgments
for us, to trigger an EMS response. We did rely on personal assessment of those
early signs, though. We wanted folks to be honest with themselves,
and if they weren’t feeling so good to speak up about it, to either tell their buddy, tell
their leader, tell me. And I said it over and over and over again,
because it is somewhat against our natural culture. And I think the reason why is it can be perceived,
or sometimes perceived, as a weakness. And in that situation the thought had nothing
to do with fitness, strength, motivation, work ethic, it was a physiological issue. Our mission is to suppress fires, given whatever
objectives are given to us, employ the best tactics to achieve those objectives. We’re a production oriented culture, and
we’re given a mission, we want to do it as best we can, as fast as we can, as good as
we can. And taking breaks will naturally detract from
your line production, from the speed at which you accomplish your tactical objectives. So, those are counter-intuitive. But the bottom line that we saw, was that
we could produce more line if we gave the crew members more frequent breaks as it got
hotter. You have some conflicts. Number one, you want to take care of the folks
working for you, but you have objectives that you want to achieve as well, and so you have
to find a balance. How can I take care of my folks while still
achieving the objectives and perform excellent work? And so, going through some of those experiences
we started changing our tactics. We came up with some ideas of how to take
the breaks, and kind of a more formalized approach to it, utilizing temperature charts
and some ideas that we’d seen from the military, and coming up with a work/rest ratio based on escalating
temperature, where it broke it down into a few categories. And when we’d hit those temperature trigger
points, it resulted in us taking set breaks, work/rest ratios. There’s no scale that you can calibrate that’s
going to be more effective than a really experienced crew supervisor. That they know what that crew can tolerate
and what they should tolerate, and to be conservative in the work/rest that’s necessary. A bi-modal shift, as I saw it, as it related
to that incident, would be just focusing work production, focusing line suppression efforts
in the mornings, say 0600 to 1400, and then through 1400 to 1800, or pull back to patrol,
monitoring, like we were doing in the work/rest ratio, where it involved refurb, active patrol
of the line we put in, as well as scouting line that we’re going to put in later, responding
to any kind of flare-ups, spot fires, any kind of needs around the fire. And then in the evenings pick it back up as
temperatures started to drop back down. Get back on the line and continue with line
construction. It may not work in all situations. It’s likely not to work in every situation. So some things that can be barriers are travel
times, as well as any logistical needs, if you’re needing to pick up food or water,
things like that. There’s so many different variables, but
the shorter that we can make the briefings, the quicker we can get to the line, and the
better we’re able to utilize the more mild conditions. You know, the animals have figured it out. Desert animals are active in the mornings
and evenings, and shade up during the heat of the day. It’s about being more efficient with your
energy. That would be awesome if we’d be able to
predict who was going to go down before they went down, so we could address it ahead of
time. What happens though, if somebody goes down
from a heat-related illness, the likelihood of a subsequent one is higher. Right now, we have data from other projects
that strongly suggests that the biggest protection against the potential development of a heat
illness, especially in a group of 20 people on a crew, the individuals that have the highest
aerobic fitness level, they’re going to have the best possible protection. So, of the different categories that puts
a person at risk for heat-related injury, certainly aerobic fitness is the highest. And then whether or not the individual has
had a previous illness is another predictive factor. Hydration status of the individual I suppose
is somewhat linked, but it’s really difficult to evaluate accurately an individual’s hydration
status. The worst practice that you can do is to drink
exclusively an overabundance of plain water. That’s going to do you a disservice, and
that’s more dangerous than not drinking an adequate amount of fluids. Nowadays we think of that as hyponatremia,
when the blood sodium, drops below critical values, so have some sport drinks always on
hand, have electrolytes in the foods that you have, and use those during the especially
aggressive periods of work, when the sweat rate is at its highest. The idea of cumulative exposure may work in
their favor, in terms of assisting them to develop some of the physiological characteristics
that are associated with heat acclimatization. It really had more to do with the amount of
exertion that they were expelling. Acclimation really didn’t, it helped. I think it provided some more resilience to
the heat illness, but if folks were working hard, and it was hot, symptoms arose. In a given 14 day cycle, if they’re not given
an adequate work/rest ratio here and there, and their diet ís not very great and their
sleep ís not very great, which certainly sounds like most 14 day assignments, then that could
increase their risk during that window of time, but don’t use segments of the fire
season to train for the future fire season. You want to show up fit for duty. That includes being aerobically fit to tolerate
the work, and also to tolerate some of the environmental concerns. As a Hot Shot crew, assigned to west Texas
IA at that time, after a fatality occurred, it was not lost on us that we were a Hot Shot
crew doing the same exact thing, in the same exact place, at the same time, that resulted
in a fatality. So I drove home the point that we were in
a serious condition, a serious environment, with extremely serious consequences. And so that facilitated us really taking a
look at how we were doing business, and how we might change it to make sure that we did
everything possible to keep the crew safe. I think, overall, it ís really more about
just being willing and able to recognize that you’re in a situation that requires some
different tactics. So you need to recognize that you’re in a
potentially dangerous situation, learn about it, and adapt to it. And that will be different in every kind of
situation. It may not be heat, it may be something else. So I think it’s imperative on everyone that’s
on the line to be able to, and be willing to, and strive to assess the situation, recognize
it, and figure out a way to deal with it.

Does Utah culture have a stigma toward mental illness?

I still don’t understand why mental
illness has the degree of stigma associated to it that it does. we sense
the complexity of such matters when we hear professionals speak of neuroses and
psychoses, of genetic predispositions and chromosome defects, of bipolarity and
paranoia and schizophrenia. However bewildering this all may be,
these afflictions are some of the realities of mortal life. Mental illness is something that is still over the edge for most people. In Utah we have a predominant culture and religion and that culture and religion does a
fantastic job of someone who’s struggling, we embrace the opportunity to
help provide support and there’s a line of people there with casseroles. But if somebody is diagnosed a the mental illness, there’s an awkwardness, there’s
an uncertainty of how do we how do we interact with that and as a result nothing happens. As we experienced firsthand someone that
was very close to us being diagnosed with schizophrenia, that was a moment
that we really tried to really understand what do we do next how do we
become a part of helping as opposed to just responding to a bad situation. We have this tendency to feel like how did I negatively influence, how did I frankly
screw up someone I love dearly. It’s not about me. It’s about the person we love and once you get the me out of the equation then you can start really
focusing on getting that person you love the help and the treatment that they need. maybe these afflictions are some of the
realities of mortal life and there should be no more shame in acknowledging
them than acknowledging a battle with high blood pressure or the sudden
appearance of a malignant tumor.

Help Me Pick My Prom Dress! | Barbie Vlogs

Hey guys! So it’s prom time,
which means prom dresses. And I want you guys to help
me pick out the dress that I’m gonna wear.
Wait right there! Okay, dress number 1… What I love about this dress
is it’s a rainbow, so it’s got my favorite color no, matter
what it happens to be that day. Check it out! So I was thinking about going with
Nikki, Teresa, Harper, and Renee. You know, girl group. Or I could ask Ken? Dress number 2 coming up! Ken doesn’t have the nerve to
ask out his secret crush… Whoever that is… It’s not a big deal to ask
people out to prom here. We’re pretty mellow about it
but, he’s still nervous… Which I think is kind
of adorable. So what I love about this
dress is the cut of it and the bold colors. Option 3 coming up. (Laughs)
Whoo That made me dizzy. Sigh… I love prom dresses. And this one is particularly
perfect for dancing. Final option coming up! Tada! Isn’t this so cool? Would asking Ken be weird? I mean, he’s my best friend. And we grew up next to each
other so that’s… What do you guys think? I mean the girl group would be
awesome, but Ken… Why don’t I just ask him to join
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Supernatural Freedom from Depression & Mental Illness! | Lynda Stein & Richard Davis

Supernatural Freedom from Depression & Mental Illness! | Lynda Stein & Richard Davis

Sid: Her psychologist took sexual advantage
of her and then she entered the forbidden. Next on this edition of It’s Supernatural!
[music] Centuries have come and gone offering wisdom
and understanding throughout the ages. Today there should be nothing beyond one’s
power to discover. But yet the strange, unusual and mysterious
world of the supernatural defies understanding. Stay tuned for a unique and powerful investigation
into a curious undiscovered universe only on It’s Supernatural! Sid: Hello. I’m Sid Roth your investigative reporter. I’m here with a Jewish woman, Linda Stein. I mean, it’s almost outrageous. She’s got everything going for her, a college
degree. She’s young, she’s pretty and she’s depressed,
suicidal. Why, Linda? Linda: Well I went to college, got my Bachelor’s
in theatre. I wanted to be an actress. From the time I was 13 I wanted to be an actress. And finished college and went out to do the
acting, and my parents really pushed for me to get more education because they didn’t
feel as though it was appropriate. And I wanted to please them, and so I went
in the direction that they wanted me to. I went back for, instead of a Master’s degree
in theater I went and got an A.A. in business computers. And in that stumbling around, in that timeframe
I went to Los Angeles for a while to pursue acting, got mono, came home. Sid: How awful. Linda: Came home, went to school, got my A.A.,
and then I started having problems with depression, and I wasn’t happy because I was not doing
what I felt like I wanted to, and I wanted to make my parents happy. And so I got very depressed and suicidal. And I was at the University of Iowa, I remember
the day, and I was staring at the water. It was probably about 30 degrees out and who
knows what wind chill, and I was looking at the water of a river, and it was tumbling
and going in different directions. And I stared down and I wondered if I
jumped in if anyone would care. And at that point I began to see that I needed
to get help. And so I went home, asked my parents, can
I have, I need some help, I’m really messed up. And so they sent me to this psychologist,
and we got into therapy. Sid: Did he help? Linda: Well in one respect, he tried in the
beginning. He tried and then as we got into the relationship
he started to cross over the boundaries of patient-doctor relationship, and started making
suggestions of us proving some of the theories that he was giving by going out and doing things. And at that point in my life I was so down. There was nothing, I didn’t care any more. My morals were gone. My feelings of boundaries were gone. I just wanted to be healed. I was desperate for love. I was desperate for somebody to tell me that
what I and who I was, was okay and that my future was going to happen, and to have hope
and peace, and joy, and I just, I would have done anything. I was selling my soul to the devil basically
because I was ready for that much. And so in the confines of that relationship
as we crossed the boundaries and we started going out, we’d go out jogging and we’d do
different things. I knew he was married. I knew everything, but I was getting attention
and I was getting structured attention, and I felt as though I needed that. So I was trying to help myself, and in that
effort a relationship began, a sexual relationship began with that, and it was a bittersweet experience. On the sweet side, I was getting attention,
and on the bitter side it wasn’t the right attention. Sid: So Yom Kippur comes up. You go to the synagogue. Linda: That’s right. Sid: What were you looking for? Linda: I decided I quickly began to see that
that relationship wasn’t working. I started to see him enjoy the fact that he
was having this relationship with me and that it was sin, and I didn’t know anything about
sin. I mean, I just knew right and wrong, go to
the synagogue, and on Yom Kippur I decided I’m going to find out what atonement for sins
are and I am going to fast on this day. And on that day I fasted, and I fasted, and
I said, God, I’m going to take the words of this prayer book and I’m going to make these
words mean something to me. And I read them. I didn’t know what they meant. I remember reading a little bit of Isaiah,
although Isaiah is not in there. But I tried to make them work. And at the end of the service that day I was
walking outside of the synagogue and I saw this doctor with another woman that wasn’t
his wife, and the Holy Spirit came over me, and it was like I knew that what we were doing
had to stop. It was wrong. It was totally wrong. And so I began to terminate the relationship
and I started my journey towards the Lord. God put me in play after play, after play. But the first play he put me in, as I was
terminating the relationship with the doctor, the first play he put me in was “Joseph and
the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.” And the man that was Joseph, that played Joseph,
and I was a narrator in the play, was a born again Christian who had never done anything
outside of the church. And he began to witness to me, and share the
Lord with me. He didn’t know anything about my past. He didn’t about the doctor. He didn’t know about anything. He just started sharing the Lord. And eight months later, and I debated, and
I fought, and I kicked and I screamed, and I objected to everything about Christianity. I got on my knees and I said, “Jesus, I’m
a Jew. I’m not supposed to believe in you. Everything I’ve been taught says that you
don’t exist. But if you’re real, come into my life.” And
at that point, I felt this real tense time and then I sensed like somebody bopped me
on the head just like that. I sensed the Holy Spirit just enter into my
head and this peace came all over me, and I was saved. And so I called my friend. Sid: I have to ask you a question. According to my notes, you were not only depressed,
you were taking Lithium. Linda: Oh yeah. Sid: What happened to the Lithium? Linda: Well I started taking myself off of
Lithium. After I got saved I started taking myself
off of Lithium. And I was diagnosed as a manic-depressive
in that timeframe and I thought, you know what, I don’t need this. And so I slowly started decreasing the amount
of my medication on my own and eventually I’m not manic. I’m not manic at all. Sid: I’ll tell you what. She’s not only not manic, not depressed, you’ve
got some joy. Linda: I have. Sid: You really have joy. Linda: Oh yeah. Sid: Your face is beaming. How long ago did this happen? Linda: It happened about 14 years ago. Sid: Do you believe as much today as you did
14 years ago? Linda: Every ounce of it and more. I’m a different person and not just because
I’ve gotten older, because a lot of people would say, oh well, you know, you grow. Sid: You get over it. Linda: Yeah. You just grow out of it. It was a stage. Absolutely not. I was determined that I was going to get on
the other side of that depression, and what I did is I just worked through all the depression
with me and God, and God’s people who he brought around me, and the Bible. And I’m not a manic-depressive. Sid: Linda, listen, we’re having another Jewish
man on when we come back. And this particular Jewish man was so depressed
he became a hermit, locked himself in his apartment for six months with nothing to eat
or drink. What a miracle. Don’t go away. Hello YouTube mishpochah! Mishpochah is a Hebrew word; it means family. This is Sid Roth. Welcome to my world where it’s naturally
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subscribe. Then click the bell so you won’t miss a
single episode of It’s Supernatural! Sid: It’s unbelievable. I’ve got another Jewish person here that had
every reason to be happy, to be up. I mean, a successful graphic artist, a playwright,
an author, everything to live for. But he found himself, because he had a health
problem, he started fasting. He felt that would help. He was involved in the new age and had learned
these techniques. And but in your wildest imagination, Joel,
did you think that you would be in that room for six months without food and water? Joel: No, never thought about that. Sid: Tell me what it was like. Joel: It felt like hell, although I know there’s
a literal hell, but it felt like hell, terribly lonely. And I didn’t know what was happening to me. I’d be laying on my bed for weeks and weeks
at a time, actually for over six months. Sid: Didn’t someone call you? Joel: Some of my clients called me, but I never
returned their calls. My dad called me to try and get in touch with
me. After a few months, they didn’t hear from
me and they were concerned, and I didn’t return their calls. Sid: Now you realize that you had told me
you had a little bit of water. But it’s, I talked with the doctor about your
condition, by the way, because I wanted to check it up. Joel: Right. Sid: And this doctor told me in medical history,
in 1935, there was a deranged man that literally went for years by just eating grass. And he said, but that was the closest he knew,
and in his opinion, the only way you could be sustained is if you had a miracle. Joel: Well I believe that’s what happened to
me. Sid: So tell me about that period of time
in your life. Joel: During the six months? Sid: Yes. Joel: I was fasting and I lost control. I was in the new age for about 13 years and
there were all these things like the I Ching, Tarot, Yoga and meditation. And I had a physical problem, and I decided
to fast. I was fasting for a few weeks. I was going to do a shut-away, and I lost
control. And I didn’t get up out of bed. And during that period of time, at first I
bolted the door. I remember that. And then for six months I didn’t have anything
to drink or eat except about that much water and two little scrawny boiled carrots. And I didn’t know why or how I survived, but
after six months, the same way I put myself in my apartment, all of a sudden it changed
and I was out. Sid: But wait. Let’s talk about the six months for a little
bit. For instance, he told me that he just happened,
and this is kind of unusual as a Jewish man, he just happened to be listening to the radio
the whole time, and it just happened to be on a religious channel. Joel: Right. Sid: Tell me about that. Joel: Before I bolted myself away in my apartment,
I met this woman around the corner and she would share her love of God with me, and she
told me about this station that was playing in New Jersey, and for some reason I wanted
to listen to it. I didn’t even have a radio that was equipped
with an AM station. And I borrowed this old grey radio from someone
in the building because I didn’t have a radio, and I just turned this channel on. So the only company that I had in six months
were these people that were preaching to me and talking, and sharing their love of God
over the air, seven days a week, 24 hours a day. That’s the only thing. Sid: Did you like it? Joel: I heard them mentioning God’s name and
talking about his son, and I remember a number of times that if they didn’t mention his son’s
name within about an hour I got really anxious, like even fearful because they weren’t talking
and saying his name. And when they would say his name, all of a
sudden I’d be able to take a deep breath and rest back in bed. And something about his name, it was almost
like, it was health. I felt the health. I mean, it was just a feeling. Sid: But many Jewish people, because of
anti-Semitism, we hear the name Jesus. Joel: Right. Sid: We don’t have an affectionate feeling. Joel: Right. Sid: How come? This is strange. Joel: I’ve had the same experience before I
had that experience in my apartment, is that people would say the name Jesus, or they’d want
me to go to church, and being brought up Jewish and Bar Mitzvahed, and confirmed, we would
never want to go to church or be around those other people, because
I didn’t know why, but that’s what we were told and that’s how were taught, and you get
a habit of doing what you’re taught. You’re a product of your environment, I guess. And I really don’t know. I think it’s supernatural. I think it’s supernatural. I was into Yoga. I meditated. I studied Taoism; read Confucius. I had over 80 books. I had bits and pieces of literature. My parents didn’t get upset about it. Other people didn’t get about it. When I first heard about Jesus they got crazy. Sid: What stopped? What stopped that six months? You said you just had, in six months, you
just, you like, you’re, tell me. You just go up and you were normal? Joel: Well my beard had grown and I didn’t
take a shower for six months. Sid: Oh. Joel: I know. I was pretty ratty. And my hair had grown into a ponytail. And what happened was at the end of six months
my brother and an attorney, and the janitor came to the front door, and I heard it. It was like someone had this like 12-pound
sledge hammer and they were smashing into my door. So I went up and by now I didn’t realize at
the time, but I was having a nervous breakdown. And I kind of tip-toed to the front door,
and kind of put my ear up there to who’s over there. And I’m hearing them, they’re talking about
taking the door off the hinges. And something snapped inside of me or clicked,
and then what I did is I unbolted the door, opened it and stood there as if they were
guests invited for afternoon tea. And all of them, all three of them turned
as if they were white as ghosts. And here I was I had lost 50 pounds. I was had my beard, and a yiddish word
schissel, it was like a schissel of a beard. and my hair was in a ponytail, and they
wanted to put me in the hospital. And thank God. I just went to Florida to see my folks for a
couple of weeks. But that’s how I opened the door. And I returned to New York and for the next
nine years or so I returned to the graphic arts because
I had all six months of those bills to pay. Sid: And so it was like, this is what’s just
phenomenal to me. Here’s six months. You’re like a vegetable. You’re having nervous breakdown. You’re being, would you say you were sustained
by the words that were coming out of that religious station? Joel: I believe so, yes. Sid: And then you just like instantly snap
out of it. But you had some problems afterwards and you
went through what was called deliverance. Explain that. Joel: Well over the next, I guess, I received
the Lord during that time. I said yes to Jesus and that changed my life,
not in a religious way, but in a spiritual way. And what I was looking for in new age I found
in him. And for the next 17 years, in the beginning
of that, I had deliverance. I didn’t realize that when you dabble with the new age, you can possibly become possess by demons. I remember one time for a period. Sid: Excuse me. Hold that thought. You can be possessed by demons? I want to continue that thought when we come
back. Don’t go away. Sid: Hello, Sid Roth. Before we continue where we left off with
Richard Davis, I want to find out who our guest is going to be next week. Let’s go to the control room. Janie, who’s on? Janie: Sid, you’re going to be interviewing
a Jewish chiropractor who has found parts of the New Testament in code in the Old Testament. So he’s found the Christian Bible, as some
people say it, in the Jewish Scriptures in code. And also in his practice, people are
supernaturally healed. There was one girl in a coma and half of her
body was paralyzed, and she was totally healed. Sid: I’m really looking forward to that. Did you hear what Janie said? She said that in code they had found parts
of the New Testament, the Christian Bible, in the Jewish Scriptures. Well I’m here with Joel Davis, and Joel, I’m
just kind of like, what you went through, I mean, I know that the Bible says all things
are possible, but you are stretching the faith of even me, to be quite candid with you. But you went through something called deliverance. And a lot of our viewers don’t know much
about that. Explain it. Joel: Well remember “The Exorcist,” it
was a movie years ago? Sid: Yes. Joel: I remember when I heard about that and
heard the coming attractions about that, and watched them, I was really scared. It bothered me and I turned it off because
I didn’t want to think about that. And while I was going through this kind of
before, during and after, I realized that this is real, and when you play around with
God, I was in the new age, and not the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, playing around
with fire. Sid: What is the difference? I mean, since you’ve been in both arenas,
you’ve been in the arena of the demonic, new age and the arena of God. What is the difference? Joel: A real, a knowing, a true peace. When I was in the new age, there was a peace
that I only now after having coming out of it, it’s like a false peace. The people weren’t really in peace and I wasn’t
really in peace. Everybody was really searching, but no one
would ever find anything. And I never really saw what the spiritual
discipline that they were part of ever affect their lives. They never seemed to becoming nicer and more
joyful, and I found that in my Messiah, that you do become more joyful, and there’s nothing
to be frightened of, and fear is, I think it’s a deception and that all people have. And you have to learn it’s only by God’s mercy
that he even shows us the truth, and then his mercy that we hear it. Sid: When you were going through your deliverance,
for someone that’s never seen anything like that before. Joel: Right. Sid: But explain it just a little bit. Joel: There was a woman, a friend of mine who
had also accepted the Lord years before and we were in my apartment, and over a period
in my apartment, and another apartment, four days and 23 hours, things were, I guess, pulled
out of me. One day my body was swept back and forth in
my apartment for nine straight hours. Try pushing your body across the floor for
half an hour and you’d run out of energy, and that happened for nine hours. That’s supernatural to me. Sid: You seem to be very calm. You seem to be at peace with yourself, at
peace with God, and there are many that are watching right now that are not at peace with
themselves. They’re not at peace with God. They’re very worried, fearful. As a matter of fact, you have such tremendous
fears right now. There is hope. Richard, I want you to talk to some of these
people and tell them. Joel: I think it’s really hard for people to
admit that they’re lonely and depressed, even suicidal, disgruntled that the things that
they’re doing, it’s hard to come to grips with their life. The truth is very frightening, but there’s
a verse in the Bible that says that the truth will set you free, but you have to want to
be free. And there’s a poem that I wrote that I showed
you in a book last night, it’s called, “The Red Cotton Towel” and it’s people love their
own pain because it’s comfortable and it’s secure. And to go into new is more scary than to stay,
for them to get out of their pain, and pain is a comfortable security blanket. But because I was able to accept the Lord,
he was able to help me get out of the pain to see the truth and he set me free, and that’s
what happened. And that’s why the joy that God truly gives
you, no one can take away. I never saw that in the new age. You’re not lonely increasingly, you’re not
depressed, and also God shows you how to stay that way. I never saw that in the new age. It never helped me that way. Sid: Is your pain your friend? Are you ready to be free? I tell you, I expose the new age and your
pain is not your friend. I say there is a real peace. The word in Hebrew is “shalom.” It means a completeness. There is completeness for you. I want to pray for you right now. If you will believe that God is going to touch
you right now, I know he will. First, out loud, say, God, I’m sorry for everything
I have done to offend you, for my sins. I hurt. I need help. I believe that Jesus died for my sins and
by his blood I am free. I make you, Jesus, my Lord and my Messiah. Lord Jesus, come inside of me. Take over my life. I make you Lord over my life in Jesus’ name. And no I’m not speaking to you, I’m speaking
to the spirit that’s attached to you, that has no rights. In the name of Jesus, I bind you spirit of
pain and grief, and hurt, betrayal. I bind you in Jesus’ name. I command you off of these people. I break every curse over their life up to
four generations in Jesus’ name. And I thank– you know, people are being healed
right now. It’s very important for you to forgive anyone
that has ever hurt you. They don’t deserve it. But you and I didn’t deserve it either. Choose. It’s a choice, it’s not a feeling. Choose to forgive everyone that has ever hurt
you in any area of your life. If you’ll do that right now God will set you
free. I pray that you would be filled. And grief, I command you to leave in Jesus’
name. I command you to leave in Jesus’ name. I plead the precious blood of my Messiah all
around you and I speak such shalom, such peace, such peace into you, peace that you’ve never
experienced before, because it’s the spirit of God. It’s the peace of God. I pray Father God that you put hope in the
hopeless right now. I can feel the peace of God going deeper and
deeper into the very fiber of your being into your very bones. You’re free. And as Richard said, you’ll know the truth. The truth will set you free. The truth set you free, Richard.