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School athletic trainer charged with sex assault of 10 girls
"A Los Angeles athletic trainer who worked at two high schools has been charged with multiple sexual assaults prosecutors alleged that 64 year old Richard Turner raped or inappropriately touched at least ten girls while working as a trainer at van nuys high school and Birmingham community charter high school both part of the Los Angeles unified school district The alleged victims are student athletes between the ages of 15 and 17 Girls who sought treatment for sports injuries between 2017 and this year Turner faces 18 felony counts and is jailed pending in October arraignment Police captain Jeff bratcher tells the Los Angeles Times Turner's arrest came last week one day after a Birmingham student accused him of touching her inappropriately 9 other students then came forward alleging attacks both on and off campus Police say another student reported Turner in 2017 to the DA's office declined to file charges at that time for lack of evidence at a news conference Los Angeles district attorney George gascon said school is a place where our children should feel safe I'm Jennifer King
Biden's strategy to end hunger in US includes more benefits
"The Biden administration is laying out its strategy for meeting an ambitious goal ending hunger in the U.S. by 2030 The plan includes boosting monthly benefits that help low income Americans buy food and highlights the need for access to healthier food and exercise This week President Biden will host The White House's first hunger nutrition and health conference in more than 50 years The last one under president Nixon aimed to end American hunger for all time and led to a greatly expanded food stamps program and helped for babies But cuts to federal programs and other changes have led to declines in access to food The FDA says about 10% of American households suffered food insecurity last
Broncos, Wilson edge Niners, Garoppolo 11-10 in prime time
"The Broncos had high hopes for their defense in 2022 and on Sunday that defense asserted itself in an 1110 victory over the forty-niners Denver allowed a first quarter touchdown and the rest of the night held San Francisco to three points This made Bronco linebacker Bradley Chubb a happy man It was never like oh man we gotta go back out there It was always yeah we going back out there We're gonna put the fire We're gonna do this we're gonna do that so it was just fun to see The Broncos forced three turnovers in a safety Melvin Gordon's one yard run with four ten left in the fourth lifted them over the top Bruce Morton Denver
Achane leads No. 23 Texas A&M past No. 10 Arkansas, 23-21
"Devon a chain in damani Richardson each had big touchdowns while number 23 Texas a and M was scoring 23 straight points in a 23 21 triumph over tenth ranked Arkansas A chain rushed for 155 yards in a touchdown And Richardson sprinted the final 82 yards on the wild fumble return The TDs came after the razorbacks took a 14 zero lead Arkansas had a chance to take the lead with one 30 remaining but cam little's 42 yard field goal attempt hit near the top of the right upright and fluttered to the ground KJ Jefferson threw scoring strikes on consecutive drives to give Arkansas a two touchdown lead I'm Dave ferry
Mets ace deGrom knocked around in 10-4 loss to Athletics
"Jacob de Grom had his worst adding of the season as the mets were thumped by the athletics ten four I was just terrible you know they had our guys go out and put up three runs and I go give up four right away lose the lead You know and just you know that's on me De Grom entered the game having walked just four batters all year but he doubled that total while surrendering 5 runs in a season low four innings Seth Brown broke a four four tie with a solo Homer off to Grom in the third Then that's wasted home runs by Pete Alonso and rookie Mark vientos who hit the first of his career New York's lead in the NL east is back down to a game and a half over the braves I'm Dave ferry
Liberty University’s Dave Brat Breaks Down the State of the Economy
"There is a tremendous amount of economic confusion today, actually just going on generally, to help unpack that is a brilliant economic mind, Dave brat, from Liberty University, Dave, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Hey, Charlie, thank you. Patriot mobile is great, by the way. I was just up with her team at D.C., your spot on. They're really great. They're doing a good job. They're actually solving the cell phone crisis via conservative approach patriot mobile dot com slash Charlie just to remind everybody. So let's just start with the top line news. There's so much happening here, Dave, the Dow is down 600 points below 30,000 bear market, the economy is all over the place. We have these contra indicators, how would you rate you're a doctor, not a medical doctor, but you'll pretend to be a medical doctor. How would you rate the health of the American economy right now? Oh, seriously, I mean, the economy, right? Which is different than the stock market. That's econ one O one. The economy is a corpse laying on a table. And we've been shoving blood through it in the form of fiscal stimulus spending through the federal government. And 9 trillion on the Federal Reserve balance sheet. So 31 trillion in debt on the federal government side, 9 trade to keep it alive and it's still in a recession for the last 6 months growing at zero. So the economy is a one or a two and then the markets follow, right? So earnings are going to go down, profits are going to go down. We're going into a recession, the fed has said we're going to force a recession to get the wage wage price spiral down, right? Inflation is bad enough, but if inflation makes its way into the wage rates, that becomes what they call an economics sticky. Stinky prices would stay around for years. And so the fed has to end that. So they're engineering a recession and you had it right. We're about ready to find probably another 10% or maybe even 20% down in the markets.
Wander Franco drives in 3 as Rays beat Blue Jays 10-5
"The rays doubled up the Blue Jays tend to 5 to pull within one game of Toronto for the first AL wild card Randy or rosarina had three hits collected to RBIs and stole his 32nd base for the rays who tagged Jose barrios for 6 runs and 7 hits over two winnings Wander Franco had three RBIs and Jonathan Aranda homeward for a Tampa Bay team that scored just twice while being swept by the Astros this week The rays have a magic number of 9 for clinching a playoff birth while Toronto's remained 7 Whit merrifield Homer twice and Tasker Hernandez also went deep for Toronto I'm Dave ferry
Moon Griffon: China's Involvement With Funding U.S. Universities
"I've heard this from Friends of mine That I can't get along the sun no more because he's went off on his far left tangent They learn all this stuff with the vomit They learn all the stuff that and so you start thinking why are we putting so much money into colleges Well China many years ago got involved in sending grants and things and money to universities Let me tell you something When you take a check you taking a check for something normally Bail and Mike are going to get paid They did work and getting a check Okay I've never been paid a check in my life in radio I formed a business created my job was able to syndicate the program myself I got to sell all my own advertisements I got to produce my own program Now don't do what Bill and Jim and Mike had never done I don't do that shot I'll pay somebody to do that for me But what I'm saying is you go get a check So if a university's sitting at all of a sudden the Chinese some diplomat comes into your university and says hey we'd like to drop a 10 million on you 20 million 30 million You think they could just hand them a check and leave In the real world it didn't work that way Well there are people that come in at a really good people that love their university that give a check that don't want anything There are a lot of those people Then there's people that give check They want some in return And that's what I'm telling you about with China and some of these people are doing financially with the global warming movement and all that stuff It's all through the universities and these people come back and the kids don't want to believe in God anymore and they just take go crazy They lose their minds
Noel Fritsch on McConnell Pulling Money Out of Arizona Senate Race
"Want to ask you from national file dot com. No, I want to ask you what's going on in Arizona. Is it true that Mitch McConnell is pulling out money behind a winnable race with Blake masters? A Charlie, thanks for having me. Your show is so important to really get a lot of the information out there to the grassroots so they know they have actionable information and they can take proper action and a meaningful effective action. Yes, Mitch McConnell has been playing footsie with this idea for over a month now. He announced it. They pulled it back. So what's happened here is he's taken about 10 million dollars off the table that his outside spending organization is packed, one of his Senate arms was going to spend two elect like masters in Arizona over Mark Kelly, Mark Kelly being the I call him misses Gabby Giffords the gun grabber. And it's really unfortunate. You've got a far left Democrat senator representing Arizona right now. You got two, really. And we have a great opportunity to get rid of one. And Mitch McConnell suddenly goes AWOL just over a month ahead of this very, very, very pivotal election. Yeah, it's sad. But there's a bunch of reasons, I think this is happening. I don't think it's because of electability. Blake can win this race. Is it because of Blake's philosophy? Is it because Blake is a true conservative? Is that why Mitch McConnell is pulling his money out? Yeah, so Charlie, if you go back several cycles and just track where Mitch spends all of his money in general, Mitch will spend money to just protect Republicans that he knows that he has under his thumb. And if there's a Republican that he feels that he might not control and have under his thumb, then he will hang that Republican out to dry. So whenever the rhino establishment comes along, every election year primary season early in the even year and tells you, hey, we've all got to be together. And we need you. And no matter what we've got to support the Republican, going into the general, this is prima facie evidence that it's just not true. That's not how Republican establishment operators act or behave. They do not exercise solidarity like the Democrats do. They leave conservatives out to dry every single time.
The Golden Globes are returning to NBC
"NBC will return to airing the Golden Globe Awards next year as the Hollywood foreign press association seeks to rebuild its reputation I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest A good chunk of Hollywood has boycotted the Golden Globes for the past year and a half after the Los Angeles Times reported the Hollywood foreign press association's 87 members included no black members Last year ceremony was held off the air and without nominees present NBC says the Golden Globes will be back on TV on January 10th The HFPA says it's voting body is now 10% black 10% Middle Eastern 12% Asian in 19% Latino the HFPA also enacted reforms to curtail unethical behavior
Rodgers, Packers lean on Jones, take care of Bears 27-10
"Hackers get back on track with a 27 ten victory over the bears in the Lambo opener Sunday Night Green Bay scored on four or 5 first half possessions running back here in Jones scored twice piling up a 180 yards of offense a 132 on the ground Jones said he didn't do it alone Just getting off to a fast start I think our locking unit did a great job coming out and just creating space for me not just the olan but the receivers and Titans as well Aaron Rodgers threw for a pair of scores on the Packard defense gave up a Justin Fields rushing touchdown in Chicago's first drive but help feels to just 48 net yards passing Both clubs are one and one Mark Daniels Green Bay
Brady's temper flares as Bucs snap skid vs Saints, 20-10
"Tom Brady struggled for three quarters before throwing a go ahead touchdown pass to prashad perryman helping the Buccaneers topple the saints 20 to ten Brady showed frustration most of the game throwing a tablet in the bench area and touching off a skirmish by screaming at saints cornerback Marshawn Lattimore Later on with the game tied three three Brady hit paramin to put Tampa Bay ahead for good Defense played great again Line fought hard all the guys that were in there for 5 hours Tough really tough team really well coached Team we really struggle with So it feels good to win The buck's defense squelched the saints comeback bid by intercepting Jameis Wilson three times in the final 12 minutes I'm Dave ferry
Haaland scores 11th EPL goal, City beats 10-man Wolves 3-0
"Erling Haaland continues to rack up goals and Manchester City continues to rack up wins in a three zero shutout of Wolverhampton Holland netted his 11th league goal in 7 games a strike from outside the box that gave city a two zero lead after just 16 minutes The game was just 55 seconds old when Jack Grealish put the league co leaders ahead Phil Foden assisted on the greelish goal and capped the scoring in the 69th minute for manager Pep Guardiola aside The first 50 20 minutes we were so aggressive but we were not able to control the build up in the second box in the long and they could run And again was dangerous City pace is the league with 23 goals I'm Dave ferry
Why the Markets Are Falling Like Flies
"The Dow has plunged over 800 points after hotter than expected inflation data. I don't understand why people still lying about Biden in the inflation reduction act or whatever they call it. These people lying to you, man. They don't know what they doing. It's like, it's like that kid that's steady crying, I could do better than this person if they just give me a chance. That person ain't even doing y'all right. I could win the game if they just put me in the game. They haven't prepared. They haven't done nothing. They have no skills, they just talking. Then you put them in the game and get burned for an 80 yard touchdown. This is what the Biden administration is. Oh, Donald Trump is not doing right by the cut. Oh, so he's so divisive. But instead of them actually being good at what they do and preparing and having an actual message other than I hate Trump, I hate Trump, I hate Trump. Then we wouldn't be in this situation. They came in with no message, no method, unproven tactics, and just hatred towards Donald Trump was their campaign strategy. And that ain't in people's money is looking funny and changes looking strange. Inflation is out of control. The interest rates are going up. I'm not saying it's going to be like this forever, ladies and gentlemen. But they are increasingly becoming more and more of a contributing factor to people struggling in America because of stupid decisions.
Nba Needs to Get Real About Racism
"I want to, I want to continue with this NBA thing because I don't know what happened I wasn't there. But I could only imagine in the woke climate that we're in today. You're talking about out of 18 year history of this particular owner owning the suns. They went back over 18 years. And in the headlines, they say he used the N word. Not being honest about the fact that he's using the N word only to recant or recount. I keep saying we can't. So recount other people's statements in which they used the N word. And then they talked about inappropriate, he made inappropriate statements against women in the way they look. I need more information. You're saying that he looked at a woman and made a comment about how good a booty look. Now, if he said something like that, then hey, he in trouble. But knowing the way these things work in the social justice nature of these investigations, he may have said it to another guy and said she look good the other guy said I know I'm gonna get her number later tonight, but then he in trouble for saying it. He ain't trouble for initiating the conversation like that. Oh, he's too mean to people. What? Are you serious?
Phoenix Suns' Owner Suspended a Year for Workplace Misconduct
"Ladies and gentlemen, this NBA story that Nick brought to me my producer actually had it ready for me. I can't believe that the owner of the sons is being suspended for a year and fine $10 million. I'm going to read to you this investigation that they did into his what? 18 year period of time is being the owner of the suns. 18 years. Let me tell you what the investigation yielded. says that the NBA said in a statement, independent investigator found, I think his name is sarver. I think it's how you say his name. The solver engaged in conduct that clearly violated common workplace standards as a reflection as reflected in team and league rules and policies, the conduct included the use of racial insensitive language. Unequal treatment of female employees, sex related statements, and conduct and harsh treatment of employees that are that on occasion constituted bullying. Let me continue to read. According to the NBA, an investigation found that the owner who was also the team owner of WNBA team that you never heard of because nobody's watched the WNBA, repeated the N word when recounting statements of others. And at least on at least 5 occasions, he used the N word recanting the statements or recounting the statements of other people. So if Johnny used the N word, he's retelling a story in the N where it comes out in the story because he's articulating or explaining what somebody else said. Favreau J eggs. A society.
The Root of Inner City Crime
"You had somebody like Colin Kaepernick, take a knee for the national anthem. For police brutality, but he don't take a knee during the national anthem to bring awareness to black on black violence in the inner city. To the education system failing in the inner city to fathers and mothers not being married, sitting their children up for success in a two pair of home, he ain't took a single deal. His knee having hit the ground for none of those things. And then when I get on the radio and say it, people get mad at me. Oh, are you ready? Are you uncle charm sell out? You always talking about black people. Because I'm looking at the numbers, people. I'm looking at the doggone numbers. You look at any year, a black people getting killed by police. And you say, you can't argue about the dudes with guns, shooting at the police, so they don't count. And then you talk about unarmed individuals just 'cause you unarmed them and you're not a deadly threat, but we could just for the sake of argument. We could say every unarmed black man shot by police is an unjustified shooting. Just for the sake of argument, we're talking about an average about 14 a year, 14. A year. You talk about 7000 a year murdered by other black men. You just do the freaking numbers.
Lynchings in America's Inner Cities
"We'll get back to the topic of this violence that occurs in the inner city. And I don't understand why our country presidents and we're not having an outcry. As much as COVID, you know how many people in the inner city per CAPiTA are getting killed. How many young men are trapped in a gun and gang violence? And we just, if for decades, I'm going to give you a statistic and this was fact checked. People today cry about racism, slavery, and the plight of the white man against the black man. Now, during slavery, I don't believe we have any record of how many slaves were killed. I would argue that more slaves were killed once they were released than were killed in slavery. Why do you say that, mister Tatum won because I went to college and I learned about African studies and then you put two and two together with logic and you say that they had to purchase black people as slaves. And so if you kill them, you're really throwing away your money that can not be recoverable. So many times they used to work them beat them, abused them, but they did not kill them because they needed them to work. After slavery was abolished, they had no use for some of these black people, so sometimes, in some cases, they would be killed indiscriminately. If you look at the legacy of lynching in America, there's about 3400 black lynchings in the 68 year recorded history of lynching in this country. And could there be more? Yes, there could be more that wasn't recorded. Could the number be off, it could possibly be off. I would extend to you, we should double that number. We could say that it only is half of all the lynchings in the 68 year of lynching. Let's round it up to 6000 lynchings. And we'll run with that. The entire 68 year legacy of lynching in this country, let's say that there was 6000 lynchings of black men. And that's me doubling it up. You look at the violence that occur in America today, mostly in the inner cities, you're talking maybe between 6, 7000 black men murdered by other black men in one year. And one year,
"10" Discussed on 60 Minutes
"All of a sudden they have localized version for austrailia market without snoop dogg having to do anything so he makes twice the money. All it took was eight minutes of me. Reading a script on camera for cynthia to create my synthetic talking head complete with my gestures head and mouth movements another company de script used to create a synthetic version of my voice. This bill would acres synthetic voice with my cadence tenor and syncopation. This is the result. The words you're hearing were never spoken by the real bill into a microphone. Were to a camera. He merely type the words into a computer and they come out of my mouth may look and sound a little rough around the edges right now but as the technology improves the possibilities of spinning words and images out of thin air are endless. And bill would it. I'm i'm bill would eager. Wow and the head eyebrows. The mouse the way it moves it's awesome. Synthetic i could be lounging at the beach and say folks You know. I'm not gonna come in today but you can use my avatar to do the work. Don't don't don't tell me that. Attempted big impact. The rapid advances in synthetic media have caused a virtual gold rush. Tom graham a london based lawyer who made his fortune in crypto currency recently started a company called metaphysics with none other than chris creator of deep. Tom cruise their goal develop software to allow anyone to create hollywood caliber movies without lights cameras or even actors as the hardware scales and as the models become more efficient. We can scale up the size of that modal to the entire tom cruise movement and everything. We'll talk about disruptive. I mean are you to put actors out of jobs. I think that is a great thing. If you're a well known actor today because you may be able to let somebody collect data for you to create a version of yourself in the future where you could be acting in movies after you have deceased or you could be the director directing your younger self in a movie or something like that if you were wondering how all of this is legal. Most deep fakes are considered protected. Free speech attempts at legislation are all over the map. In new york commercial use of performers synthetic likeness without consent is banned for forty years after their death california and texas prohibit deceptive political deep fakes in the lead up to an election there are so many ethical philosophical grey zones here that we really need to think about so. How do we as a society grapple with this just understanding. What's going on because a lot of people still don't know what a fake is. What synthetic media is that this is now possible the counter to that is how do we knock you laid ourselves and understand that this kind of content is coming and exist without being completely cynical right. How do we do it without losing. Trust in all authentic media that's.
"10" Discussed on 10 Things To Tell You
"Totally free. It lives on facebook. There are nearly two thousand people in there ready to show a little kindness ready to crowd sourced your next weekend read. It's just a really great group of people made up of listeners to this show so like minded in that like you. They are probably craving better. Conversations are probably looking for connection online or off. I just love the threads in that group. I love the vibe. It's also a place to share your answer to a prompt. We ask so many questions on this podcast. We share so many problems that you can use in real life for using your journal. A lot of people do not want to share that widely publicly on their social media. So here in this group. It's a great place to practice sharing yourself to practice listening to others and just have a small little corner of kindness on the big world wide web. So if you would like to join us in the ten things to tell you connection group i would love it. You go to facebook dot com slash ten things to tell you and then cut the little button that says visit group and you can join that way. I hope i see you in there but now let's get to what we're here for today. And that is to talk about hosting houseguests and this topic. Even though it's not really something that. I have talked about much on this show or online in a very long while. This is actually something that i feel. Pretty heck's purdy on to be honest with you. If i had to pick a thing that i could really share an expertise and it might be hosting houseguests and that's because for almost the entirety of my adult life definitely for the twenty years that i have lived in los angeles. I have had frequent houseguests from the time. It i just had a little tiny apartment in guests would crash on my couch all the way to last week. I hosted my entire extended family. Seventeen in my new house. It was air mattresses. Galore was also a little bit of a last minute thing. So i think on my feet and i did post about that. I posted on instagram about my whole family coming to visit which inspired some questions which inspired this episode. Because i realized this is something that we can. You know talk about now. Having houseguests was not on my radar for the last eighteen months or so and now suddenly it was. And i realized that this is a thing that i could definitely share ten thoughts on and maybe it would be helpful to you. We are also headed to our lake house soon and we have had our lake house since the very early years of our marriage. jeff. I bought it in late. Two thousand and eight and every single summer since then. With the exception of twenty twenty we have hosted tons and tons of friends and family and work retreats and bachelorette weekends and i.
"10" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
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"10" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
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"10" Discussed on The Ultimate Top 10's of Sport
"Does it. This is not fifty babies. Maybe the father we get it that we will start to go fanatic. Every time hung louder so sound clothing up. So what was that hopton hunting louder and yes some good old boy for reason. I think that's when it was at the travel site win the race is it was racing. You don't mean it was not the big to race. It wasn't it now okay. So lied about about the cause. Isn't it have you and if you wanna be rivals with someone. The assembled jones just got the best car. You can't really have that kind of bribery. Because the cart he's caused always going to be your car so to speak but i think preps in those days there was a bit more of a racist mentality. Wasn't that well out of that. Out of the motor racing for me. I'm probably going to a prostitute center. Yeah i think the k they will hold on. What about in ferrari verses mcclellan mclaren you all for our reverses mercedes or something perhaps that could be it. A huge will re going back in the years. Prep sounds mccaffery. Ferrari was they were there with both winners wet. The i don't think ferrari's been particularly successful recently. None but i mean ferrari that they were up. Ferrari you know. It's it's got to be us win everything you know what i mean. I sort of went out of their white. And i off off got one go. Go raymond. barneveld. Yes i is the power versus the power title sick right. They came up with a an even the rivalry between the governing. Bodies of darsur come across different times separated. I always i always try and look for a bit of both teams sort of winning and being very competitive in the powers that be. Everybody didn't the bonnie got so low to foreigners per power one fourteen of fifteen titles. It wasn't lot. They won seven all and they're going to was playing in the same events they were. They were back. snooka hendry. Dangerous davis andrew davis roni o'sullivan jimmy graham back in the day. Oh terry griffiths and Very raider.
"10" Discussed on The Ultimate Top 10's of Sport
"Compared to you know dump breath mcduck don't don't as yet the dog. should we put own readiness. Put brad's full. Greatest of all time since bradman above houston boat. Oh wow that's the problem you say. Tougher z so close to it whereas to be old pele selling a penalty could be full polite football biggest shoots globally. It world months played most watched. Most i guess it argument. La full okay. So now i think. Komitch maybe serena phelps for the down so we've got roger bolt and tougher rodman toppers toughest in the top ten toughest choice. What's your eyes suffers. Bratton said before. I'm going roggio five. I would love roger to be far. Yeah bolt six. Aw i i think if roger five serena's song clive's out go about the olympics the world comes to a standstill doesn't it the olympics. Come serena but i i think you know superstock loop personality. Anyone concern up to paris sparks on an avenue rice. Who's going to be not made any wanting to world could run that rice. Is everyone in the world. Okay the gun. I've got you. Side boat came defensively with that yet. But i think i i know you. You're very keen on. Bramble up would put serena then nothing. That was a close call. But i would put serena seven yes phelps coming at yes yes that. That appeals appeals. Okay so yet. Dominated dominated the spo. 'bout ropes combination rodman. I just don't see. I don't know enough about don bradman. I hear what you're saying. But i probably go phelps communist brandman. Who before you do that. Have a look at the list. The nearly list lomu gret skin lewis. Hamilton senna shula hamilton. Yeah i mean he tough as they can you don bradman statement a statement the dot but goes i am. I'll be asking you to change your mind but that gap between those three or four two then the seven that we've got just because then number ten on this list means that they are you above lomu. Apn gretzky so. I'm just. I'm just thinking of phelps fails to me three gold medal or of your more of a great than common etch from yes. The yet meets bradman. I'm not sure where that sits where that sits above fell. I think across a game of coarser. A spall i would probably have bradman above phelps then show and then nobody full low move gretzky. Ap lewis center just miss out so let me read them all and there's always going to be it's going to be when they all the all the greatest within this sport but comparison so much these so.
"10" Discussed on The Ultimate Top 10's of Sport
"In the game of rugby. Who could be a greatest of all time. Lots of llosa try. Scores love supplies. The of you know had good career as the rest of it. It's a tough tough. Isn't it with a team gain to get the greatest of all time warmed squad jonah. Lomu as we discussed in your leg now made when i first saw just went out on a minute. This bloke's quite a different guy. Just amazing as you say has been of not not a freak but you have to pay. It was just yeah. I've never seen this happened before i remember. We'll call in calling him a freak. When he was interviewed after that semifinal win joan run over everybody. And also when you when you're playing computer games sporting computes again. Not only was the game named after joan lomu but when you were playing against joan malone with his character was twice the size of everybody else's character and i think a little bit like or lucky swallowed a gold coin or something but i i can't say i can't think of jonny wilkinson you've got dan carter yet that right plas- gripe players but did they genuinely shift the dial of the game across the world to say nobody can stop this guy dan. Carter is a great player. Scored low points oded jonny wilkinson but journal. Yeah mean if rugby was gonna be on the list. I would have to say is going to be joan because of what he brought to the game at the now. Let's see whether he'll make on a top ten or not at the moment. We've not definite of ali. Phelps arena and tiger. Let's start trion with lows four down to one two three four before we even start debating. The rest only will number one for me. I got beeped. There are also people out there who are undefeated as boxes not necessarily the whole profile. And you know. Have you everything that comes with as you say Having our labianca remember the head waking me three in the morning you to watch ali fraser and everything. It was just epic staff. But i made he having a with you with ali. I mean he just. He was just fantastic. Bobby he he did get pregnant. Who he was he was up against was just awesome as well. I mean they would they could have been. They were legends but would have been throwing my with highs in fact put the cat amongst the pigeons. Go get me covid. Only ease alleged. Avoid you all some really good points is because you have. We got whisked away by the pr and the romance and the brilliant stories that early created. We did transplant. The spore is a lot of people that love our later. Have nothing to do with boxing. Don't know anything about boxing. Is he going up against. We've mentioned ebb. Woods is all based on success. Phelps you've mentioned about all the medals serena with record ready to be broken cost topping in. I'll be tempted. Them for an is not massive spoke at a are following. I bought the With michael phelps would phelps being known worldwide ahead of serene tiger and ali will know but then we young Shifty of shifted now of shifted about. Hold on a minute. This bloke. Absolutely wiped the floor with everyone for ages heavy olympics..
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"Yep so pretty. Great all right and i did want to remind everyone that if you wanna look up the show notes for this episode you can do that at ten bestest dot com slash best twenty twenty and i'm gonna head into my next cool sheet and that is a human that i talked about an episode one fifty six and that is simone seguin and i chose her because she was so inspiring so she was this resistance fighter in france in world war two. And what really just makes her stand out so significantly to me is thinking about how young she was. She was first. I guess we'll she lived on a farm and she was not part of any kind of resistance but her father was in the army and that she met a lieutenant when she was seventeen and then he showed her how to use a submarine machine gun and then she joined the resistance and and she was just all in and it was at this time when germany was infiltrating france and she was so compelled to do something about it and it went from there. She did so. I described him in that episode. Some pretty wild escapades. She was a part of that now. Imagining because i do know a lot of people who are between the ages of sixteen and eighteen and imagining them having that passion and getting a machine gun and going out and blowing up bridges and things like that like you just. It's really hard for me. To imagine the united states of america right now where i live and the people. I know how they would do that. I guess just imagining that time. And that place and having so much passion for something like that. It's amazing so her story amazes me. There's so much more to it than i described but it is no wonder that later on. She had like a street named after her and awards. And just all these kinds of things. So very amazing person simone seguin. Yeah i think. I said this last time you talked her. She's like a real life superhero. Truly we're talking about black widow and marvel and things like that. She's like the real deal real. Haven't women's come out. you know. I mean pretty in just inspiring in kind of scary like. Is this why. I can't imagine me doing that a teenager or in my twenties thirties. Four swigs anytime. Yeah yeah unbelievable. And but so. It's so great that she did that. I know but you know you do wonder if so if we were being invaded. Yeah would we step up and who would step up. What would that look like. We don't know because it's not happening right and it's very easy to say. Oh yes. I definitely would do that. And then it's different to do it right. yes. I remember when i was younger. I'd always Yeah of course of course and then. I think it's a saying. I forget the exact z. Saying i'm paraphrasing but from a fire chief and it's like everybody thinks they're going to be the person running into the building until they feel how hot the door is Or something like that or essentially. It's like everybody talks about how brave they are but when it comes down to it few of us are that brave when your life on the line and it is immediately apparent in your lizard. Brain kicks back in right. It's more run than you know more flight than fight. Well you know and converse to that. I wonder how many people say. Oh man i'm so scared. I'm so scared. And then when something like that does happen and they step up and they're the person that jumps into the cold river to save the kid that they don't know or whatever is happening. There can be surprising. Things that invoke courage obselete incredible. It's very to yeah absolutely all right. Mine school sheet is a blog and this is another easy one. Because it's probably my favorite blog. And that's cocky. And i've talked about it a lot prior and this year especially cocky dot org was founded in one thousand nine hundred.
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"Anything goes welcome everyone. I'm brian hurt. i'm karen mcfarlane holman. And here we go with another exciting episode of tempest s you pumped i am so pumped me to and my first one is going to be a youtube video and this youtube video is called. How many holes does human have and this is actually from the channel visas which was a clue sheet of yours on episode thirty eight. I love that channel. I said it when when you talked about a you obviously love the channel but this video especially was so great and i it talked about one. The heck is a whole and it starts with human. So he's actually in the bathroom on the toilet and he's like you know what what is. How many holes does the human half and then he says you know. Of course we got the mouth and we. The you know food goes in and goes out. So that's those are definitely holes but we got years we got knows we got other holes. He's going into it but then what about what about pores are those holes. What about on these sub molecular atomic level atoms. We're not even really things. Were just floating molecules. How can we even have holes. When we're not even touching so it goes into that. I love it and then he dies end so then he talks about other things. This is actually very divided. How many holes does a straw half and people were really torn on that and then they actually started arguing because if you have a hole in your straw that means you can't. That's like a different whole. That's when you can't suck very well and everybody hates when their size a whole so then he talks about okay. What about a cookie. Jar is that whole. That's a whole. Is that a whole or not hole is just an opening. What constitutes a whole is a borehole because if you flatten it down just plate any talk about donut. That's a through hole. So then he talks about what constitutes a whole. The whole video is so great. Eddie really goes down the rabbit hole so definitely check out this video. How many holes does human half down the rabbit hole. I liked that. Oh i love that guy. And and i don't know if he talked about electron holes but that's the thing also. I started when you started talking about. I was like oh yeah. I was just talking about electron holes the other day and well and that's what i love about. Just that idea in general because he takes what might be a simple ish questions. One the makes you think okay. Yeah how many holes does human have and you start counting them. But then when you talk about all the other different things and what a whole actually is and pours and yeah atoms and molecules floating around. Yeah super fascinating. It really makes you look at everything differently. More sure and then yeah. The straw was super fast case where some people saying the straw had two holes one on each end yes and people say had one on each end. Some people said it had none. Some people like is just those are just opening like it's inherent to the shape of the straw of that's super fascinating. Yeah it was super divided said one some people say to and then some people said none yeah and and they would get pretty adamant about them. right being told me the none just like oh it's inherent to the shape but then if you think about the analogy of the human we're like oh the mouth and the but that's a straw. There's a through hole essentially but it's just is that one or is that to the you know the opening and the closing because if in your human body you would most people would consider your mouth one hole and your but the other the butthole house. Yeah it's just such a my. I love like kind of mind. Bending and then aso's science and questions big questions like this frivolous ridiculous but also very fascinating and yari just makes you look at everything differently. I love just the things that i love of great. I don't think i've seen that video. But i love me some visas. Yes and i actually just talked about on the lascaux. That was from cocky. Ride home podcast again. Right on just love the spike. Great on my gosh. All right my first cool she. I'm going to be talking about a storyteller. So this is a woman named susan. Marie font shock. Who is i think. She's originally polish. But we'll get more into that in a moment. She is an actress and as it sounds like she a storyteller and that is kind of her. Life's work she does a lot of things but one of them is that she goes around and gives presentations and at this point she's given over eight hundred probably more by now of women in history and she does one woman shows and they're like these one act plays where she is someone from history and so she has portrayed marie curie and gone all into the story marie curie when she was first isolating radium for the first time and realizing it was radioactive and all those discoveries that eventually led to marie curie winning the nobel prize in chemistry and the nobel prize in physics she is still the only human who has gotten to nobel prizes in two different categories In science so anyway she did this whole really. Awesome presentation on marie curie. One act play. But also mary shelley eleanor. Roosevelt and irene. Castle bombeck clara barton and she has done this all around the united states and around the world and what she has learned from that is to take. These women's lives have done these things in their famous for certain things but to humanize them and bring their stories like these small stories that you might not know about a recognize and bring them to life in that way and she also now coaches other storytellers and so that they can tell their stories until the stories of people as well so pretty awesome an amazing storyteller this susan murray fron check short ho. That's cool. I of course a big fan of storytelling. In general. i love a love all those kinds of things. So i'm really gonna dig this. I think but i have not heard for. Yeah so that's cool. And i'm excited. I you know i've been trying to find the marie curie. One act play in its full form. Of course that's not posted anywhere because you know that's one of the things about seeing a play to actually see it but now i'm wishing. Oh could maybe she could do it and you know do it. Live livestream enters right. Because i've heard really good things about owen. Yeah that would be because more people would hopefully want to see that and then once you see something like that if you just show one show and then people will then search out and yeah faculty sounds cool but can you can you see clips of it Yeah very cool all right. Oh okay my second call sheet. But before i forgot about our show notes. It's going to be on ten bestest dot com slash holes. So that's in because of my first goal sheet so that's one zero bestest dot com slash holes.
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"Yeah i remember. When i was teaching. I was still very much in the thick of of of the depression. Yeah i mean looking back. It is i don't know. Kind of mix of heartbreaking and amazing how bad it was and that i survived it and how good it is now. Yeah but i remember there was a couple times. I couldn't bring myself to say. Please help but there were times when i was. I was so desperate that i mentioned it a couple times because it seemed like there were students who who there and so maybe we were talking about romeo and juliet and i mentioned teenage live. Romeo and and casually mentioned you. I have struggled with depression in the past. I would always say in the past and the two times that. I can remember where i mentioned that kind of casually the bell would ring. Students have five minutes to get to the next class. There was a line at my desk while mr huhne. That's me mr. And i think that's me while mr huhne i. It's been so hard lately. And i would just think. Oh my gosh. What are we doing this this There's a lot of kiddos that need to hear. You're not alone. Yeah and there's hope yeah and have someone to talk to you right. Yeah and you know. That's being a teacher. I've never been a teacher. But i i actually i think we i know some some friends of mine that you're their teacher and and you're always me salem so small that's why i love about it so on the you know the other. They're always like oh grandma's one of my favorite teachers and i've always heard these things. It's on your facebook page or just you know putting together things and it's another one of those things so it's not like from all view on the outside. You're a great teacher. You are happy doing your show and and here you were in this in this depression in this you know yes stretch of where you say and sometimes it was go either way moments but one hundred percent of my students. I feel lucky to know them. There's not a single student that i don't feel that about every sooner i've ever had i've felt was a gift and i just felt thrilled and honored to know them and the students were were pretty life giving to me. Yeah but the behind the scenes was pretty difficult for me. And so i truly enjoy the students. Even though i i often i daily was concerned for them as individuals. And that wasn't my job and there wasn't time for that but It was kind of a quite a bit of emotional and and output to care for that many people at at any depth. But i did love the students and and i'm grateful for him it's cool. It's really cool all right well. My last sheet the swim by fast. My last one is a website and this is the world health organization section their mental wellbeing resources for the public so the world health organization. Of course it's been getting a lot of different attention these days. They basically didn't have much attention raw. Then when the corona virus head to everybody was hugging. And everybody's got an opinion but you know they do a lot of good non just on a pandemic but they also have this really great section of their website our mental wellbeing and like it says resources for the public. I wanted to kind of wrap this up for for more information for people after the here this and again. It'll all be on our website but they have so many good links. They have an meant managing stress and illustrated guide. They can help you. They have a looking after our mental health. So they have resources for that. They have book for children on depression. Of course they have covert stuff even in mental health because the pandemic is affecting our mental health quite a bit so it does tie into that as well but it's a whole bunch of other stuff. That has nothing to do with covert. It talks about depression. What you should know living with someone with depression. So that's another good resource if you don't suffer from it but you know someone like i said. I think everybody knows someone that suffers from mental health or depression in some form and this. There's a section. You're worried that your child is depressed. Worried about the future preventing depression during your teens and twenties wondering why your new baby might not be making you happy so very specific information staying positive preventing depression as you get older because again it could happen at any stage of your life and then it has resources directly. Do you know someone who may be considering suicide. They got a whole section for that. Do you feel like this is from your own self. Do you feel like life is not worth living and It's got videos. It's got resources scott so many different things definitely worth checking out. World health organization section mental wellbeing resources for the public. That's great to have. I mean a subaru reliable source of extremely vetted source. That's you know accessible to anyone anytime. Yeah i've i really love you know. There's tons of good resources. We'll have a lot of them. The ones you've talked about the ones. I've talked about on our show notes but This is just one that was like a big giant sort of because there were so many other things that i wanted to talk about. Sure any of these links. Any of these videos they have a ton of really good videos under oppression Preventing suicide information for health workers. Emergency responders who were dealing with this. Oh just so. Many so many different resources. That i thought. Oh this'll be just a another good way to kind of wrap this whole episode up and another list of resources for everybody. Yeah yeah it sounds like there's some Highly specific yeah resources on their that people will really resonate will really resonate with them. Gosh that's me. I just you know just had the baby or just retired. Why don't why am i feeling this is supposed to be my golden use or whatever you know scenarios or stages. Yeah yeah it has a. It's a it's a good mix of general information and specific which both very important screw. Yeah well grant thank you so much for being on the show is just this is really it was a it was an honor to have you on and to talk about this and thank you so much for sharing your story and yeah you aren't alone and i know that you're going to help a lot of people telling them that they're not alone. I really appreciate it. If people wanna learn more about you or your stories or anything we can do. Follow you on social or stuff like that. Yeah absolutely on on facebook at grant hyun just my first last name together on instagram. Not super active there but again just grant hyun my first and last name together. It's mainly just photos. But i did a little thing on a little series on parenting on instagram. Cu l back. Yeah intentional parenting. Yeah that's kind of your new not new but one of your focuses now at least more recent to me sure ensure parenting and there's a big overlap a big connection with trauma and in parenting. Yeah yeah sure for parents and for children On twitter just get news on twitter again at grant hyun I made a website last year. Called grant on life dot com. Oh.
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"It's so delicious. So i use coconut milk. Just what i have at my house. The most of unsweetened for sure though cassette could get really sugary. And i'd love the taste. And i also like it a little bit low more liquid so i'll add some coconut milk on the top of it and mix chia seeds and i swear i feel like it's so healthy but i feel like i'm eating dessert because i love her so much. I've had for dessert. Yeah it says great. You know you're very right. And that's yeah and i'm not putting any kind of artificial sweeteners of any sort in my batches. I'm potent white mulberries Maybe some other berry. But i am some a little bit of nila but i'm never adding sugar to mine and i never miss it ever now. I don't either religious to me when i like it with cranberry too. Good a little tart. Thank you for my gosh. It's just that's great. And i'm gonna make a batch soon as i get home because i'm actually out but i mean i do make it regularly Yeah that's good cool all right well my next. Thank u cool. She'd is a one that you just did. The seems really weird like it was so soon but it was episode one fifty eight but it totally blew me away. Advi reaction was so it was one hundred percent genuine because we don't share a cool sheets and there was a science molecular forces. And i just remember you talk about it and i like truly i thought i was tripping out like i thought i'm like my stoned right now. Like you know because when you are stone and everything like whoa man. Like that's how i felt but it wasn't i wasn't i don't think so the way. Talk to me about it. Because you know i love science and it definitely hit me right in the heart there and this is kind of a cool. She is you. You are so good at explaining things so you had this analogy of making bread and how when the bread the fuses together when you bake it because it goes together but you can easily pull it apart. And that's inter molecular forces that are keeping it together but easily pull it apart. But it's chemical bonds that keep the atoms together of like when you slice bread and that's why it's harder to slice. Bread is not possible but harder to slice bread in half versus. Just tear it apart where it was naturally shade So you created this concept a scientific concept and it was so easy for my little p. brain to digest and visualize and figure out what it was and then you talked about water molecules. Aisin how this is how fish can live under the water when there's ice above and basically life would probably wouldn't exist if that didn't happen so talk about an unsung hero inter molecular forces are freaking red and probably the reason why we're living on earth so it's amazing you're amazing for explain it to me and thank you for inter molecular forces. That's so awesome. And i also love. You just thanked me for inter molecular for like you're welcome success. That's so great and thank you so much for telling me that. I am good at explaining science. Because that's what they do loves dearly and the you remembered that you remembered about the fish you remembered about ice floating and all that i mean that is a testament and so that's just a joy and a gift and a thing. Never forget the bread part. Like i've said anytime of even ate bread at a tattoo sandwich or a rap or whatever anything i'm like forces tell people and they probably look at me like i'm some. Maybe i hear so much. Eat a sandwich at. I've talked about it or molecular forces in just like wow brides. He's officially lost. No it's just it's really cool. Science everywhere explain it so well yes very cool. I don't know if i mentioned it when i talked about because there were so much to do but that it is what keeps. Dna stacked in the way that it does and makes the double helix able you mentioned that but Yeah pretty pretty darn important stuff. Oh my gosh. It's it is everywhere. Yeah cool. I love it all right. Well my last. Thank you cool. Sheet comes from episode one hundred twelve and this is low. Fi hit pop. Oh my gosh. I mean i saved this one for last because i think i have absorbed this one into my life the most out of all of them as soon as you talked about it i was like well. I like the idea of lo fi. Like i love anything like vintage lo fi kind of stuff and i was like okay. Hip hop. I don't know a lot of have happen. And so then checked it out on you showed it to me right afterwards and you showed me the video of that kid dancing. Which is the most epic video ever. And i still see that video to this day like i think i just saw last week so it is like it appears out of nowhere but anyway regardless of that video this music it hits me in so many different ways because i started using it for running at that point is running. I'm not running anymore. But i was using it for exercising. I was using it to just chill out in. Listen to. I was using it for studying or working. I it's almost like it somehow. Hits my brain in every si- like from every angle or something. I don't know i just love it. And so then. I also You talked about chilled cow. The youtube channel. That has his lo fi hip hop kinda stuff. Going i love that channel. I go to that one very often and anyway it's really great. So thank you for bringing into my life. Lo fi hip hop shook shook cool. I'm so glad that they're stuck with you. I just got into a another bout where i was really just like jam into it all the time like just really in fact a friend. A mutual friend of ours started a facebook group but it was kind of like a. What do you call a mix tape exchange. And so he was. I think that was the first thing i talked about. Because it's a it's a genre that a lot of people know about but maybe not definitely not everybody. It's not super has it does have it like the people know about it. Like really dig at like us. And so i knew it'd be a hit for the people that already knew about it and people that haven't heard of it would also get interested and he actually showed me a bunch of different channels that i've never seen before. Oh cool they have once like that. That are these twenty. Four hour moves. That are animated loops and and i forgot now which when he talked about it was like a turtle or something i was like. Oh i always think. The girl at the googly eyes and yeah oh and he listed all the different channels. All my guy choking all out and i was like. Oh that's cool. So it's yeah it's instinct kinship that you get to someone in that way and it was really cool. Yeah and yeah the kid the kid the dance all knew his name or story because it saves so wild. It's like this young kid. This adult dance club but he's jammed with shades and his jeans jackets. So rule does the greatest. I still send that gift around people all the time when i want to be cool. It is excellent. You can't go wrong with that gift really for anything like let it go. Just send it. If it's something is not cool but you want to distract send a guest. So many uses the greatest focal right. Well fantastic my last. Thank you cool. Sheet is from episode one forty two so relatively recent too and this was the destination that you told us about its meow wolf in santa fe new mexico and this is strange for me because at first i was like well. You told me about it. I fell in love. Because it's everything that i would like but i had been there so usually i would think. Oh i want to test it out either. Listen.
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"I'm glad you brought that up. Look at it again. I did get a couple couple three hipster jokes in my back pocket. And then i realized i was reading this. I'm like oh my gosh. I've forgotten my hipster jokes so keep practice do kind of have to you and then it gets tricky because if you hang out with the same kind of circle of friends and maybe five of them already heard the joke our forty five then you tell the other person heels rolls her eyes you know so. That's tricky to write. Who news so hard to be funny. Yep and then yeah then you become like uncle that everyone's like oh man here. He goes uncle in god. Forbid if it's a bad taste or something then because that also you can change your mind a lot of jokes that you thought were funny are not funny anymore. That's happened to me a lot So yeah the times change and things her more offensive than than us to think they were and you have. You can't keep telling those jokes exactly okay. My next cool sheet is from episode one fourteen. This is very similar to my first one. This is a scientist that you talked about kaley swift and her research on crows or on. Corbett's not covid corvettes in my head was getting that mixed up even though i totally new better because she also became tex. Salem speaker i actually. I didn't know about her before you talked about her. Because that research was so fascinating to me that she was doing willamette She had like presidents had big paper. Michelle presidents heads and she would be mean to grows and they would remember it super fascinating to me but then when you told me about her again it sunk in again she so i was like oh and you know her. So yeah can you talk to her and you did and she became a speaker. And i'm so excited to announce by the time that this airs that she will be in a facial. Ted speaker her talk will be on october thirtieth says before recording. But after it's going to air it'll be on ted dot coms front page. She graduated to full ted speaker. So ted also thought this was good enough to put on the main page. That's less than one percent that that happens for tech socked. Become a dead talk is super exciting. I definitely talk about you. Know she talks about what crows teach us about death in that particular tedtalk but hers scientists. She knows so much. She's one of the leading experts on cords and crows. And i highly make anytime you hear. Right radio lab or any scienc- podcast a of the times. They talked to her. She also has a book where she did a short story which was very cool at. I read a she such a fascinating person. Definitely worth checking out and definitely check out the talk because it came from us and you and me and well mostly her though so so cool. Checkout kaley swift. Oh my gosh. My jaw was just dropping. Didn't know she got a ted. So i didn't. I wasn't sure if i because i'm not supposed to leak that info and actually happens and like i say we're recording release but i know it's going to be released. And what day. Specifically on. October thirtieth right before halloween asks. That's perfect so now. I can finally tell everybody. Way you yeah. That's great. so she greeley. She is everywhere. And i can't believe how many times i've heard her. Just me listening to some various podcast. Not looking for her and big ones to like the man. Oh yeah. She's an expert in. She is an expert. she's done fascinating research. She's excellent scientists. She's a really good speaker and she and everything is accessible and in so. Yeah and it's all yeah besides all those accolades which is so important. She's just cool. She's super down. Yes super nice. That can also ruined some of the stories or whatever. Because you're like oh but she was kind of snotty or to a professor. You know to scienc- like that way. Now she so wonderful. Yes super nice. She as she's a sweetheart she's just great. Yeah yep so cool so thank you again for for helping me. Oh yeah yes. She was actually a student at mit with me. She and she also worked in our department as well for a while so anyway she's usually great. Oh okay well. Let's see my next cool sheet. That comes from you brian. This one is like i know. We had the the sung hero of chemistry. And this is. It's basic. But i love this recipe and i have used it countless number of times so i was like this is way up there for me. And this is your overnight oats recipe and so this is from nora. Cooks dot com. Which in itself is great. Really great website and so she called it vegan overnight oats and of course you could make it non vegan. This is just. That's how she made it and was selling it and that way but this is so epic because you basically you can't go wrong with it and it is easy and it is good for you and it's variable so depending on who you are and what you want in it you can make it however you want and i also love how you can make a whole bunch you can do batch cooking essentially setting it up so just to rian capsule late. It's essentially you're just getting your mason jar and you're putting in your oats and then you're adding in all the good stuff that you want. You can even have all of the mixtures of things if you want flaxseed and raisins whatever you could have that pre mixed again for batch cooking kind of purposes and putting it all in there and then adding your milk and you can use whatever kind of milky want. I use p. milk because of the best milk as per some other cool sheet that i talked about a long time ago and yeah you just do it and stick it in the fridge and then you can either have it cold or you can warm it up or whatever you want you can make it thinner thinner my kids like thicker so you can adjust it that way and it's just epic it has become part of my life so thank you for that overnight oats. Shaw this is so cool. So i still have overnight outs at least a few times a week all the time because it is so easy and it's so delicious and healthy and it's very filling to yes. That's a nice breakfast as you can have. And you don't have to have a ton of it but you feel super for your snack lasts during the day until lunchtime Yeah it's.
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"Called mind meister. This is an amazing tool for creating mind maps so mind maps is something i actually just learned about this year. But essentially there's lots of different forms of it and what a distills down to is. It is a visual representation of and it can be many things of a plan that you have. It can be the structure of business. It can be goal setting or whatever you want so they have templates that fall into a large number of categories so that can be business or education or just your personal life for example. They have a template that's for exam preparation and so a student could use that for all of the aspects of the things that they're learning. You could use it for if you did have a business plan. You're trying to put it together and then shirt with your business partners or any kind of project planning or something like that and they also have different layouts of it so sometimes it just depends on what the project is or what it is. You're trying to organize or sometimes it depends on you and how your mind best works. And so what i mean by this is there could be a template where the main ideas in the center and then everything is radiating out from the center or could be something where it's sequential so it starts over on the left side and then maybe it branches off and everything goes to the right if maybe it's sort of a flow chart of how you're going to be meeting your goals or something like that so it's super cool. They have a basic membership. That is free so you can. I think it's every month you get. Maybe three mind maps you can create or something like that and then of course it goes up from there but i love that. They have the free option. Lots of different colors aesthetically pleasing. Really great mind. My stir hokuto meister so i you know. My maps are always have fascinated me for years. I've never been really good at implementing and mostly it's because either the apps or websites are all a little bit costly. I never was able to bite the bullet and go for it for that reason. But i've always loved that idea of just like a brainstorm session or anything of like curing your ideas and thoughts and how it maps out. Just look school to yeah definitely and it's a very good group activity when there's multiple people talking about it. It's a good way to just throw up a bunch of ideas and springboard in yen. Really find clarity on what your mission is for your project event. Whatever it can be it can be anything goals. It's just so great but that's really cool that you found a really good resource because i haven't found a really good one. Yeah and i like. I cannot think of any kind of topic where this wouldn't apply. You couldn't raise one. It will almost always benefit. I think and hope you expand your ideas and thoughts young I love it. Thanks for sharing. That i will check it out. I think is a film and this movie is called my octopus teacher and it is a netflix exclusive original They helped produce it at least made it. It's eight point five. I m d be and ninety six on rotten tomatoes directed by pizza early age and games read and it stars craig foster who is also a producer in the film produced the film. It explores his unusual friendship with this octopus living in african kelp forest and he kind of learns about the mysteries of this world of the of the octopus life but also he learned so much about himself and relationships and the world around him and it is just so beautiful and heartwarming and he for a year. I believe for a year. He keeps diving every day. He commits diving every day. He earns the trust of this octopus until finally the octopus comes up next to him and puts one of its little tentacles out and wraps around his finger and create this beautiful. It's like a love story between this man and this octopus and it goes through this octopus life. Their life span is actually relatively short. So it's almost the whole life span of this octopus and what. He learned like what he learns from observing any tries to do like you see in a lot of nature films or he does not want to influence the octopuses life. so if it's hunting or being hunted. He does not interfere. he lets things happen and it gets very. There's a lot of tension in in that to end being an observer like that. But it's so beautiful. I believe the guy was going through either a break up or something kind of dramatic was happening in his life and he did this to cope but in this world right now of red before an election during a pandemic during racial tension. It was so nice to escape into this world and learn from the octopus. I learned a lot as well. It's beautiful my octopus teacher to sell my good friend. Jamie told me about this film. And i have a feeling if i had watched it this weekend. I chose a different movie friday night. Yeah that we would say why would have done a double for the first time ever. That would've wild. I i knew when. I wrote this one. I knew i had to talk about it immediately. Because it's just so fantastic because get when we're recording. It just came out enough like maybe a week or two ago. But i i had a feeling i. This won't get easily be Something you talk about. Because it's just so beautiful. And i know you'll love it if when you do see it yes And i haven't scuba dived in a couple of years so they'll get me excited about it again Awesome well. I can't maybe i will watch it tonight so beautiful. It's relatively short to selene. Our lessons. I think i have an hour and a half you do. Yeah all right thank you okay. My next call sheet. I am going to be talking about something with science. And it is about our earth's magnetic field and that it is currently undergoing a change and there's something about the Well first off the core of the earth we have molten iron and that iron is essentially serving as a big magnet. And the so. That's what gives us our polls and north and everything else and so what is known about the earth. Is that about every thing. It's about a quarter million years. Is that the polls flip. And no one knows what that means like in terms of how it's going to affect us but something that has been noticed is that there's it's called the south atlantic anomaly and there's something about the earth's magnetic field that is essentially it's changing and it is splitting so this is down in southern hemisphere and the way it is changing. Is that it is enough to throw off navigation. Systems. it is there's wreaking a little bit of havoc with international space station. So this is real. There is something happening now. They don't know exactly what it means..
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"So great. And that's just like I said, it's just barely scratches. Yeah song Yeah. Oh, that's great. All right, my next cool sheet or almost cool sheets. So this is I guess maybe I talked about cars just a bit of the month and I'm going to talk about bikes. And so anyone who bikes a lot so I know Brian you don't have penny a pack but a lot of people do if you have stuff to cart around or if you use your bike to shopping or whatever you're checking on with you and I always thought it'd be nice to have one. But then I felt like I would have to leave it behind. So then I discovered these great wage. They convert to a backpack and so are coal makes these they're super nice it never made it to a cool sheet because it's a little bit expensive but I figure now's the time to talk about it cuz it's really awesome. So long as a penny a pack that converts to a backpack. That sounds cool. I might I might check it out. Although I always have a backpack around. That's usually why I don't have any other job. Write anything on my bike, but I've always thought about adding something cuz once in a while, I need a little more. I just have to make more trips. I guess, your stuff around. Yeah. So do you like when I go grocery shopping? You just put it on your backpack? Yep. Yeah, so I kind of I'm limited to whatever I can fit in my backpack, but sometimes that's a good thing to write. I don't spend quite as much money. And since I live alone, I don't have to get as much fresh stuff because it'll just go bad so it works out. Yeah or my next almost is a website and this web site is so cool could have been a phone call shade too because I really started playing around with it. It's called how many of me it's how many of me.com so all you do though. It is pretty simple you enter in your first and last name and then it tells you how many of those people with the exact same name are in the United States. So when I did mine there were 1225502 people with the first name Brian with an i wage. It's the 29th most popular first name, ninety 9.86% of the people are male with the name Brian and there's only a hundred sixty-three thousand five five people with the same last name as me. And it is the 196 month popular last name tells you some famous people that have the same last name. There are six hundred two thousand is a price me 602 Brian hearts in the United States. If you want to find out go to how many of me they'll come interesting. So I dunno if I just take care and home and not my full name. There's a mayor of Palo Alto and there's a famous volleyball beach volleyball player. Oh, wow. We got Karen horn. Yeah. Oh wow. Yeah, I don't have any famous. Brian Hearts, but some famous Hearts. Yeah, that's cool. That'd be cool to have a little gathering like all the people at the safe little Zoom guide is dead. Right even find someone with the same last name. So I know a few different parts from at Sundance and we were instantly the wild thing is I worked with one of them. It was all my same shift them hurt and and it was great. We always call each other cousin and yeah, just wonderful, but there is this like instant kinship. It's kind of that Collective effervescence that I was a former cool sheet one time where you just have something in common either where you live or a shared experience like a concert or a memory or your name that kind of instant kinship, which is very very cool. It is cool off. Nice. Okay, next up for me. This was originally on my list. I don't know a year or two ago. It was a tool called the Talon and it was on Kickstarter home and I saw it and I was like, this looks really awesome. I'm going to just keep my eyes on it. Well lo and behold now it's gotten picked up by a company has a different name and the company is tactical dog. And it's called the M100 multi-tool. I love I love it. It's this small cool Gadget that has a high torque hex socket wrench as heavy should be heck socket. It's got Phillips and flat-head spits on it. It's got a package opener a bottle opener a wrench on it both Imperial and metric and as a little ruler on it that is both Imperial and Metric it is lightweight and one of the selling points they say is that it doesn't scratch your phone's, you know, it can be in the same pocket is your phone as like right on I love this thing the tactica m1000 multi-tool. Wow, that that sounds pretty dang cool actually and it's wild that it can be in the same pocket like it won't scratch or anything that yeah. Amazing. Don't know how they do that. Maybe it's not like a covering that's like a thin plastic covered, but then I don't know how I don't know. Anyway wild wild what they can do these days. All right, my next song. Most close it is an article and this article is the ultimate list of work and study music. So this is from Lifehacker and we've again we've kind of talked about different similar things but this is just an article. I believe it's a living document in fact, and it just it has websites YouTube videos newsletters, even Spotify and apple music playlists on a specific artists and albums and soundtracks is just a go to if you want Study music or just kind of chill background music. This is a great resource for it. It's the ultimate list of work and study music. I am definitely going there because I actually have a hard time finding the right Vibe. Yeah, that's nice about this as it does have kind of different Vibes or different. Yeah, you know you you certainly would be able to find something you're looking for. I think or what you're in the mood for cuz some of it is a little bit more upbeat song. Like if you want to get really productive or if one's you just need chill music in the background, it has ideas for that as well. So yeah, it's a really good resource. It was another one where last night. I really thought was jumping down the rabbit hole like oh wait. Look at this. This is all the genre of music that I can talk about later night. So nice very cool. But that list again. We'll be on our website ten bestest. I am most. Yeah. All right. My next one is an artist and this is a Brazilian artist named Elias Hoyer, which is more of a German name, but he is Brazilian and off he creates these images. So he's a two-dimensional artist. So he's creating these prints paintings drawings, but they are three dimensional. I swear these images jump off of the page and they're just incredible so I highly recommend checking them out holiest. Ho Yaar off. Well, that's cool. I don't think it sounds like the same person. I was going to tell whether there's a couple of different artists that do different 3D this one of them was on faces and I almost thought about it as a normal school she but I think I'm going to save it for another round. Yeah, so that's really cool that we were kind of on the same page there and yours. Yeah, he does do a lot of people but it's usually what do you call two thirds 3/4 body of them either arms doing something. They're reaching out. Yeah, whatever. That's cool. I love that kind of stuff. So yeah. Oh, yeah, you'd like her a lot to my next almost is they call it the Zen flow chart and I love it because it's very Zen. It's simple it has a question. It's in a bubble. Do you have a problem in your life? And then it's if it says no Then don't worry if it says yes, then you go to the next bubble and it says can you do something about it? And it's if it says log If you say no this is then don't worry and if it says yes, then it goes right back to then don't worry. So I'll and that's it. That's the so anytime if you have a problem with your life, if you don't don't worry about it, then you have nothing to worry about if you do and can you do something about it was still it doesn't matter. Don't worry about it. I love it..
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"Who has a car drives a car knows how to change a tire on it it is so tempting now to just call up your AAA or whoever it is knowing that if you do get a flat tire that you can just call them and they'll come out but having done this myself where I was way out in the boonies in the Eastern, Oregon and got a flat tire that I knew how to change it was I mean, it's saved time and saved so many things and you know, what else it just makes you feel really good about yourself so know how to change a tire on your car. I agree with that when everybody that's a life skill that everyone should know how to do so very cool. And a good reminder. All right, my next almost Google sheet is an article and this is Proverbs for the modern dating world. So this is a play on a lot of old age maybe saying that you've heard and they've kind of modernized it and I just love it. So I'm going to read a bunch of my favorite ones better late than ghosted two wrongs. Don't make a swipe right on a man a fish and you feed him for a day teach a man to fish and it's the only profile picture he'll ever use. These are so great. It takes a village to realize you've dated everyone in the village wage absence makes the heart remember it has commitment issues and beauty is in the eye of the dating app algorithm. There's so many great ones that this way longer than a list but definitely check out the Proverbs a modern dating laughing so great. And that's just like I said, it's just barely scratches. Yeah song Yeah. Oh, that's great. All right, my.
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"But I it's one of my favorite mediums right now and projection art and things like that cuz you can do so many very interesting things and I've been into it for a few years now. So I love hearing about different ones and more and more of it happening. Here's a new one. So cool. I can't wait to go. Check it out around my neck school. She is a comedian found. This comedians name is Nigel thing. He is a Malaysian stand up comedian based in the UK, but he is really known for his kind of character dead. Called Uncle Rodger and he really has leaned in and played up this Uncle Rodger character so much that it's now like I said what he's known for I didn't know his actual name until I started digging into who he was cuz I only know him as Uncle Rodger and I think I first saw him on Tik Tok and he was watching he he he has this very thick he speaks in English very broken English. And now that I've seen a stand-up comedy, he's really accentuating that that broken English accent, you know, playing it up off the stereotype kind of thing. You know, it's like hello, you know, this is Uncle Rodger any he watches other people cook fried rice, that's his thing. For some reason. He's obsessed that he you know, he plays in The Stereotype of em, all Asians love rice, but he so he he Embraces a hundred percent. He's like, I love rice. It's all I need is rice. Maybe you know, my girlfriend left me, but I still got my rice in my rice cooker. So I'm good. That's all dead. But he watches this gal who's also from London cooking some rice. So she's BBC Chef. It's a BBC video and he's so he's replaying it you watch her and he commentates and he keeps stopping me cuz he's just losing his mind and she certainly is not making traditional fried rice. And at one point she gets the colander out. She's like basically boils the rice and then God has so much liquid that she has to strain it in a colander and he his mind explodes. He's like you're rinsing rice of the calling her like he freaks out this video got 15 million views got so popular and they ended up actually meeting. So then he has a follow-up where he goes to her house and then they cook and he's also he's talked about Jamie Oliver and Gordon Ramsay. He's really built a stick, but definitely check out Uncle Rodger or Nigel Inc. Okay, my mind is blown out. It's sort of like is there any like it's one of those things you would never imagine anyone doing? Yes, so like ridiculous and super Niche and suck. But that's also why so beautiful and funny and hilarious like he's taken this little tiny thing he and he's just run with it and he's always wearing he always wears same thing as as orange Polo and he goes on Tinder he you know, and he's actually Uncle Roger's never any calls everybody. Hello nieces and nephews. This is Uncle Rodger wage is like I'm going to see if I'm going to you know, find me a new antique. That's that's really great. But every video that I've watched is just delightful and a stand-up comedy very different. It's like a pretty dirty. Oh so to see like light. Yeah. This is a little bit lighter, although he has a lot he works a lot of innuendos embrasure and and sometimes we're here is like home. Whoa. Yep. He just said that okay, because his Persona of Uncle Roger's seems very wholesome and and and all sudden. He just kind of and then you see a stand-up here like oh, yeah. Okay, that's where he's coming from now. That's it's great though. He's super funny. I just love new comedians that I've never heard of and he's kind of blowing up which is really cool. I'm really glad to see that this oh, I watch I watch for sure and they're short videos. These little bits are pretty short. I think the first one is like eight minutes long. Yeah. Yeah. Nice. All right, my next choice. She I'm going to head into a little bit of science here. And I'm going to be talking about distinguishing planets from stars and I have a link to this that's from the Adler Planetarium. Show me I want to say a little bit about why I wanted to talk about this right now. So we're in I don't know mid late 2020 when we're recording this and right now there's this magnificent thing happening in the Skywalk. Saturn and Jupiter and it's been happening since I don't know mid summer or so when both of them are really clear in the sky and they're close together. So if you were looking towards the South if you live in the Northern Hemisphere, you can see these two bright will look like stars with their planet Saturn and Jupiter and what they're doing right now is they are slowly moving closer and closer together and on December 21st, they're going to be super close almost overlapping not quite and so there's plenty of time to check this out. And so I wanted to talk about when you are looking in the sky and you're wondering is something a place or is it a star and more often than not the planets are going to be brighter in the sky. And in fact Jupiter is the brightest thing in the sky besides the moon obviously home, but Saturday is close behind and you can't see the rings of Saturn with your naked eye, but it actually doesn't take that much to be able to see them. So that's something you can use if you have a job. Scope of a certain amount but one thing to mention about if you are just looking up at the sky with your naked eye that the stars are going to be twinkling and the planets they are not and that all has to do with how far away they are from us. And so the stars that are super far away the physics of it is when that light is coming through our atmosphere that causes just pulsating so to speak and so you can distinguish them that way and also the planets do have some different colors so we can we are able to see Mercury is really really hard but you can see it Venus Mars Mars little bit red and our Jupiter is a little bit gray. So they do a little bit of colors to them too. So just another beautiful thing to see in the sky when you look up at night distinguishing planets from the Stars. Oh, that's so cool. And hey, so the nursery rhyme Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, that's right. All right, it's good to know that they really knew what they were talking about there. It's true, but then its month. Because that's how I always remember that you know, right stars twinkle because because of that exactly oh and there are certain phases of the moon when the moon is right next to Saturn and Jupiter. And so that's another thing to look for as well. So there are some good websites time and date is a good one to see like what can you see in the sky certain times of the year time and date EarthSky and astronomy.com are all three good ones to check out. That's cool. I've maybe it's just us hanging out more and you you talking about the fascination of our cars. I've definitely looked up and I always noticed ours there. It's always beautiful when I'm outside, especially camping and things like that. I notice it more but there was a period of my life in childhood. I loved astrology and things like that, you know finding the different constellations and things like that, but I kind of had this Gap where I just I don't know I just didn't look up as much and I didn't really pay attention. So but it's so fascinating up there. Yep. You know all this whole universe, I really really cool. So yeah, and especially when things cuz things are changing up there. It doesn't always same right? Yeah. Yeah sonay Ting and yeah, there's so much going on and it's this mix of Wonder and Science and astrology. It's so mm. It's missing and I love all those things and it does kind of bring me back to my childhood if when I know for sure I am under and yeah, and I don't know if you saw the comment that came through recently it was that was hard to.
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"This just annual you're looking at obviously a very disturbing live shot there. That is the World Trade Center and we have unconfirmed reports. This morning that a plane has crashed into one of the towers. Building. There are no words appears that something hit the Pentagon on the outside of the fifth quarter we have a report now that a large plane crash, this morning north of the Somerset County airport, which is in western Pennsylvania. It all started at eight, forty, five on a clear Tuesday morning, we had a live camera up on what looked like a smoking slash across one of the World Trade Center towers a passenger plane had flown into it and I remember some of us here at CNN thinking this was some sort of freak event. Then a second plane flew into the other tower that was at nine. AM and at that point there was this deepening dread in everyone something was wrong in a way we'd never seen before airport bridges tunnels in New York and New Jersey shutdown within thirty minutes President George W Bush. Said we were under an apparent terrorist attack and minutes after that every airport in the country was closed that had never happened before it wasn't over though at nine forty three am a third passenger jet crashed into the Pentagon dark smoke rolled up from that part of that. Building, all allies and many cameras were on that and the to burning towers in. New York and all of US watched at ten Oh five. One of those towers gave way where it was smoking the top part crushing down on the rest of it and sending up debris boiling three clouds. Five minutes later part of the Pentagon collapsed and a fourth hijacked jet crashed in a rural part of Pennsylvania the White House the United Nations the State and justice departments the World Bank all evacuated america-bound Atlantic flights were rerouted to Canada, and the Second Trade Center Tower came down at ten twenty eight. So many closings, evacuations, shutdowns except for emergency response teams, the heroes of nine eleven the country virtually stopped what it was doing in gathered around TV screens. The president appeared just after one PM and asked Americans to pray there wasn't much else. We could do the destruction was more or less done around ten thirty. It was less than two hours from the first crash but the change it inflicted immeasurable more Americans were killed on September eleventh two, thousand, one Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty. And what President Bush addressed the nation that night at eight thirty his tone was one of sympathy resolve and warning to anyone who planned or supported the attacks. We will make no distinction between the terrorists who committed these acts. And those who harbor them? In, difficult days that followed, we learned that the al Qaeda terrorist group led by Osama bin. Laden was responsible for all of this and America's attention and anger turned to Afghanistan who's Taliban leaders were giving al Qaeda, a safe place to live and operate. World changing events that occurred nineteen years ago today uncool Zeus for CNN ten the attacks of September eleventh two, thousand one were the worst terrorist attacks ever made on American soil. They were physically carried out by nineteen al Qaeda terrorists who hijacked four planes two, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, seven people were killed then includes hundreds of firefighters, police, officers, and Port Authority officers who lost their lives trying to save others in remembrance of the victims. Patriot Day was established President George W Bush signed it into law a few months after the attacks no members of the Senate or the House of Representatives voted against that bill and every year since Patria, day has been a time when memorials ceremonies and church. Services have been held in honor of those who were killed on September eleventh this Friday Republican President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden are both scheduled to attend a memorial event in Shanksville Pennsylvania. That's where United Airlines flight ninety three crashed in two thousand one ceremonies are also scheduled to take place at the Pentagon in Washington DC and at the National September Eleventh Memorial Museum in New York City though these remembrance events are going to be scaled back this year because of Corona virus concerns in New York for example, the traditional reading of the victims names won't be done live recordings of family members saying the names will be featured instead CNN's Kate Baldwin toward the National September eleventh. When it first opened. These tridents were from the north tower they were recovered in the aftermath of the attacks. We brought them back here and basically built the museum all around the Joe Daniels President and CEO of the nine eleven memorial. You're not whitewashing it. This is the raw dirty material. Exactly. I mean this is the steel that bore the attacks. The museum has built almost entirely underground some seventy feet down it sits in the precise footprint of the world. Trade Center. South Tower started and went up thirteen hundred and fifteen a striking display of the sheer scale of the destruction with poignant reminders of the tragedy at every turn I mean this. This is unbelievable. This is actually the front of this fire truck. This is the cat. Wouldn't know and it's it's completely burned out and destroyed. Then there's the retaining wall that remarkably held strong even when the towers fell when the towers came down all that debris that was here right in this space. Provided bracing for that wall and when that debris was cleared, there was a big concern that the wall would breach would flood lower Manhattan it could have been. So much worse. But this will help under all of that pressure. Visitors will also walk alongside the survivor stairs views by hundreds of people as the buildings are crumbling running from the dust cloud to escape to safety, and it's for all our visitors to understand the story of survival and likely one of the most emotional stops in the museum. This art installation mimics the blue sky on that fateful morning behind it the still. Unidentified remains of nine eleven victims. The move met with mixed emotion from their families. Still Shocking statistic is that eleven hundred family members never got any human remains back to bury never got to go through the ritual of laying their loved ones to rest. It's not a public space at all only family members are allowed back behind the wall right next door a room dedicated to the lives of those lost. Exactly. That room is in an area called in Memoriam and it's a photographic portrait of each and every one of the two, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, three victims. You See pictures a father coaching, his son's little, League team a wedding you see the lives that were that were lost that day and not just about how they died. It's who these people were throughout the museum chilling reminders of the day handmade flyers. For the missing across emerging from the wreckage everyday items simply left behind we help through these artifacts and images tell that story of just it was panic, and while the museum is vast, one small exhibit has been the biggest source of controversy, its focus, the terrorists themselves, including a film criticized for not making a clear enough distinction between Islam and Al Qaeda there's been a lot of criticism why give any time? To the terrorists you know it's it's one way to look at it is you don't build a Holocaust museum and not be very clear that the Nazis were the ones who committed those atrocities. Al Qaeda was an extremist terrorist group. But. No one will come through this exhibit and in any way think that we are indicting an.