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John Solomon on the Integrity of the SCOTUS

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:38 min | 2 weeks ago

John Solomon on the Integrity of the SCOTUS

"And I think one of the issues that we're also dealing with and this is something interesting that you just picked up on and that they made the American public go understand. I mean, think about 9 individuals who have, you know, you go from a Sotomayor to a Thomas and in this court. They have to sit around and they debate these cases. And we've seen the friendships of that have developed your own various ideological differences, but it allows them to come together. You know, I'll be honest. Some of the decisions I like, some of them I don't like, but if you start tampering with that, that's a bigger threat to the integrity of the court than some of these other dialogs at the court's politicized simply because they didn't rule the way I felt they should. Yeah, no, I agree. Those justices have to be able to deliberate. They're deciding things that are going to have 50, a hundred, 200 years of consequence and precedent. And the fact now that they're going to always wonder, is there someone here that's going to leak this afterwards? I think it's going to change the ability to get consensus to do the sort of things that allow the court to create the sort of opinions that govern this country for a long time, because people trust it, wherever the justices came down, they followed a meaningful process. And that's why the court has been so successful in its first 247 plus years. I think people are very worried about this and when you talk to lawyers and others, that this is an attack against the institution. Now, they might be able to recover it. They put the ruling out. They don't change. They find the leaker. They punish them. Maybe it can go back to order as normal. But right now, this is a Paris moment in the Supreme Court's history. It's trust in the trust among its members have been greatly damaged by

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"247" Discussed on Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That

Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That

03:45 min | 5 months ago

"247" Discussed on Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That

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"247" Discussed on Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That

Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That

05:36 min | 5 months ago

"247" Discussed on Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That

"So I think my refund was $236, but it was north of $4000 in equity that I had on the Buccaneers to win the Super Bowl to get into the Super Bowl to win their division. I'll just all over the place. So real had these stories. Thanks for listening. Okay. So his money was in escrow. Yeah, that's what we call it. And it was returned. So, you know, if you had a futures bet that you're looking at and it's like, oh, well, there's no way this is going to pay. Then great. You got a refund here right? But for those who things were getting better and better and, you know, suddenly you're looking at positive EV. Yeah, that's too bad. Not surprising, though. They know this kind of thing. Well, speaking of seminal, I was watching the world poker tour. Oh, yeah. You know, you've been playing a lot of poker on TV lately. I don't know if you've noticed, but yeah, they have been showing that a lot of the World Series about different games. But this was world Parker tour talking about world poker tour Seminole hard rock poker showdown. Okay. So when it got to the final table, this one player sunny Franco had the chip lead and he had a huge chip lead. I'm kind of remember them saying he had 70% of the chips on the table. Okay, so not just stack, but more than there were four people left he had 70% of the chips. Okay. So the other three people only had 30%. Nobody's really close to him at all. And he was using his big stack to push people around. Right, which you should do. Which you should do. But he was overusing it. Oh, okay. To the point where eventually they kind of started catching on that he was raising with bad hands. Not mediocre hands like he had caught second pair or something. He was raising with bad hands. And they caught on and people started calling him as opposed to throwing him out when he was trying to push him. Because sometimes when you're the short stack, you're thinking, okay, well, I've got a good enough hand, but if I call here and I lose, I'm out of the tournament. Right. You're dealt pocket queens and there's an ace on the flop. Yeah, sure. Guy makes a big bet. You're like, okay, I got to get out of this, right? Right. And you know, that's basically what he was doing. He'd have like 5 two and he just make a big raise and they would throw away good hands. And you know, they're making the right move. I'm not saying they were doing the wrong thing. But they kind of after a while figured out he didn't have these hands and it kind of worked against him because he ended up not winning. He just, but he continued when they started to figure it out. When they figure out he did not stop. And that was his big mistake. When you're the big stack, you do want to push people around. But there is a point where it becomes counterproductive. Right. You also don't want to double people up. You don't want to double people up, right? Because once they get doubled up, they get braver, and then they start calling your hands..

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"247" Discussed on What Book Hooked You?

What Book Hooked You?

05:49 min | 8 months ago

"247" Discussed on What Book Hooked You?

"I got tired of that And i decided to unite the identities of at alex. London was better node So i decided to just lean in and own it and be like you know what i'll unite my personality. People will figure it out is a little demagogue because some of my best selling books were as the alexander. London so i think for like business. People looking at sales records to track or numbers and stuff. How many copies should we order wealth. Less alex linden so bist alexander will. I don't know that stuff. I'm sure i missed that up for them somehow. But that's not my job. So i don't care but yeah it's confusing but ultimately unjust. I said alexander landed off to go disappear into the jungles of the world and alex liaison to keep understood understood. Can't think i did wonder as i was reading. Battled dragons your previous series before this. The sky bound. Santa obviously does deals with falcons in in a in a society with falcons. Here we're dealing with society with dragons was would battle dragons exist if it wasn't for the sky bound saga. Yes for reasons. That are very interesting about the timing of them. But but i do they are. There's a similar projects aesthetically. They're completely different. The emotional continents Stories themselves are completed over the age group that targeted completely different but there is something with the relationship between human and violent sky beast. That is a very similar relationship That the human animal as weapon relationship is intriguing to me. I wrote a series of military dogs too and that relationships fascinates me because humans do violence for such different reasons than animals do and yet humans often deploy animals in the service of our violence an fascinated by that troubling been. And so. I think it's something that i've been grappling with in grambling grappling with. And then but kinetic falcons basically dragons so connecting with that sort of some of those ideas. Finish playing with or the couldn't have as much fun with in in the skype downs. Aga again do embattled. Rick did into. They did it. Make writing a lot easier because you had already thought about all these descriptions of of wings and flight and things. The opposite made it harder. Because i didn't want to go. Oh my god how many ways how. Many different like slang about slang about wings today bench. And how many different ways can i describe something diving from the sky. And i don't want to recycle everything that i did already images and stuff so it was actually harder had to make sure might be using something more. Sometimes it was just a simple way of describing something up to use this in. This book already turned up. No i used it in completely. Different series But i needed. I couldn't remember blurred so it made it much harder to make sure i wasn't plagiarizing myself and with your because you. I came professional writing as a journalist. Do you find that. They're still kind of tricks of the trade in journalism that you really kind of still lean into rely on as a fiction writer..

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"247" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

Learn Astrology with Mary English

02:33 min | 9 months ago

"247" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

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"247" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

Learn Astrology with Mary English

03:31 min | 9 months ago

"247" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

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"247" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

Learn Astrology with Mary English

05:04 min | 9 months ago

"247" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

"Venus's twenty three degrees libra mazda. Twenty three degrees berko jupiter's twenty-five everything else is the sign because he can't shift much In the nine hours things going to shift to the obama. I just wanted to demonstrate. Yeah that stuff was shift but not too much stuff now. The other thing. And i'm just going to do this quickly. 'cause i'm sorry i have to dash off I've done nine o'clock and this is location asses about time being different at the top of the my channel. I've done today in barth. It says time nine. Am says universal time. We know what universal time is. Now that's greenwich meantime eight. Am be ridiculous thing in the uk. There lloyd so you've been time and the they moved the clocks backwards and forwards. You can't move time. Time doesn't exist anyway and then underneath universal time at the top of my child says today of sunday september twenty twenty one ball thing new k. time nine. am universal time eight and s. id time that's side lille time six forty nine okay now. That's local time. That's actually the time. The is calculated by that location of the sons. Or just explain to you what side we'll times. I might have to do a whole episode. On time ashley side road. Tom nipped give me forty one. Forty three side. Realtime we've seen side rotates the true period of the earth's rotation so this is all about the right eighteen measure between two successive transits of a given star over the observer's meridian. The side wheel day is reconciled. Real time it. She's been calling time reckoned by the stars as has been set however. The side rule day begins in practice when the first point of aries inauguration star is on the observer's meridian scientists time is exactly zero zero zero zero for that meridian. Sidra time is only of us for astronomers and astrologers strategies since the beginning of the side wheel is zero hundred hours can occur any moment of the day or night according to the meridian. And the talk if it would be impractical to use his time system for ordinary civic purposes now side wheel time is stool aji astronomer planet shifting around the flipping place time a lot of Indian astrologers use side. Real-time gay because pay more attention to the stalls et cetera. So if you ever want to know what that s i id time is. It's local who to where the person is because they're looking up at the sky and take it into account the way that the rotates by won't go into that because we don't want a computer but it'd be talked about tom. Bunch wanted to point out the different times on the charts now going to point tax. That's today both and the ascendant. So if you were born in bothered on state of a libra cendant and it would be.

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"247" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

Learn Astrology with Mary English

03:54 min | 9 months ago

"247" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

"In libra or newborns because the sun changes sign this month from the twenty third so when you're reading the stolley columns in the magazines and using various different websites and stuff and they'll had inaugural i've told you have deforest. Somebody not argument. Somebody emailed me not written a book about sagittarius news. My dad's charleston example. And they wrote to me said oh you show. Your dad was in the capital. He definitely was because he was really early in the morning and the sun changed side that day but because he was born early in the morning was still suchy. Be no way was cab. Gordon obselete Astrology much as not account outbreak on macapagal. So be careful about the deitz. We have talked about this before. I such is the gospel and that's a demonstration. I slay of about costs no happening because if you look at the venus demonstrates quite nicely sort of venus corner get down to the friday the tenth you see that venus is twenty nine degrees lebron and the movie get to subsidy. The eleventh is zero degrees scope. Here yeah so you twenty nine degrees the day before into libra friday the tenth and now it's changing into the sinus school peercy radically Demonstration twenty nine degrees and zero degrees. The next sign cusp or gay. So that's now. Keep this in mind the info so i'm just going to put this one side and i'm gonna show you now. How clever computer programs are much to listen you head with a calculator. So i've done the charts for today in baath because this episode is about ephemera cities and also time times. Not excuse me. I'm gonna have to finish qassam. Dashing now I've done the child for bath for today for nine o'clock. I'm just want to demonstrate with you. The differences between the blurb in the famous and the reality of creating the chart for the specific time so today's date still fifth of september and uncle salt for that time. So today's date i'm done. I've done nine o'clock as demonstration. The things being different bear with me stunned now. The ephemeral tells us today. The son is twelve degrees into the sign off. The my chart. I've made is twelve degrees to seinfeld guy. Hey now knowing that the moon moves quicker than the sun so in this nine o'clock chart says the moon is twenty one degrees leo thirty six minutes and seven seconds seconds on the famous. It says the moon is seventeen degrees into leo and twelve minutes but because calculated the exact time. Nine o'clock moon is gone from seventeen degrees to twenty one degrees. Because it's going to do that. It has to is going to shift so keep in mind that when you look at the famous and the things are in certain signs when you create the child because it'll be a different time. 'cause they're famous is calculated zero zero hundred hours. Some things going to have shifted tat not but a tan so mercury was seven degrees at zero to dallas. Now nine o'clock. It's eight degrees. I don't think too much different.

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"247" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

Learn Astrology with Mary English

02:43 min | 9 months ago

"247" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

"For tours is underneath where it says fourteen are forty four next line which is the second is is called the symbol foot Tours is not gonna keep repeating this inventories all the way through the month. The only time it does that obviously is when it changes sign in the middle of the month. Now i just go back and you're gonna hate me because jump about place go back to the malls column again. So it started the month in the sign of the go and we down the malls column and we get to the sixteenth september. You'll see it goes zero degrees libra thirty-eight so on the sixteenth september malls changes sign so this month. Because don't forget the calendar that we've got that we create this gregorian calendar rivers the buzzer invented. Some police Priests It doesn't bear any relation to the orbits of anything that just randomly decided things they sort of fits up some stuff everything so Mas is going to change sign of we three this month so you see when it changes sign the day the it doesn't you'll then get the symbol for the next sign and that will cover it until it changed again. I mean actually on this. It tells you at the end of the month. The last day of the month it reaffirms what signed things are in. Okay just to double check. Few so on the thirtieth of this month malls is lee. jupiter is aquarius. And so when you go. The symbols of the mcginn is just not gonna stick him in for each death a month. Why because you're clever. Enough now was optimized explained to this not necessary and the way i think though printed because as far as student up to neptune stalls or are and today it's the next underneath it so for the second x. Symbol for pisces. Been that nicholson pisces. And today it's twenty two to three minutes. Pluto starts a month retrograde as well me. I'm it's in the sonic cab cone because you see the symbol cap just underneath it. And today's twenty four degrees okay. So that whole blue. Line the off highlighted. they're going horizontally is today's plummets. Besoins that in the degrees that a guy and the other thing that's useful about november febres is. You can double check if somebody says oh. I was born in the cusp. You can have a quick check on this new mrs. You were born.

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"247" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

Learn Astrology with Mary English

03:35 min | 9 months ago

"247" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

"It will tell you sign. That planet is in until it changes with does meet doffed okay. So the beginning of this month on the first mercury is in libro today. It's seven degrees leib at zero hundred it seven degrees libra and fifty minutes. Yeah and if you look further down the column 'cause off screen shot the whole of this over september if it all the way down the mercury column bum-bum-bum-bum-bum-bum-ba until get to Monday the twenty seventh. You'll see that. Mercury is now retrograde. 'cause it goes twenty five degrees and all so a capital are in twenty eight degrees so on monday. The twenty seventh met. Who's gonna go ridgway. Always switch wait for three weeks. When it goes we'll be called d'arret and stop spin retrograde. It'll have a symbol and it'll have the letter d so the only place that's this feminist awfully onto about where the d. happens is if you look past pluto to one of the nodes under which wants to know which ones mean node. Anyway you'll see it on the thirteenth of september. You see four degrees gemini d so it was direct. Then the foreign thurbers retrograde against those jumping out thinking place but the month will start so you'd have to top because you don't what sign that is it gets headed the top of the month wat- sign each planet was in when the month started and it'll only put up a symbol when it changes sewing okay with me So mercury is seven degrees and fifty. Venus has started using the top eighteen degrees league. But today it's twenty three degrees libra twenty-three in the degrees symbol next to it. Thirty minutes those numbers a minute. Not degrees twenty three thirteen. I think that means or could be degrees three yes..

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"247" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

Learn Astrology with Mary English

04:07 min | 9 months ago

"247" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

"I've hard i take now. Today's dais says s for sunday faith. Today's day twenty two side. Ignore that the son is twelve degrees and thirty nine minutes and thirty. Six seconds into the sign of virgo. I'm doing this in specific the psalmist. Now factor and. It's all about specifics. We're going to be specific. I think now to weed the moon thing that's slightly confusion. Many i can amorous. You'll see if you look at the top so you can all the symbols for the plants. Some moon mercury. Venus mars to to tucson u. s. neptune pluto. You will not north note Lilith the black community and car included is many. I you'll see the moon Column starts in the sign of gemini so everything is symbols. See gonna have to know you. Symbols for the signs voice. Going to go ahead. And i've highlighted the fifth and it'll c. Seventeen degrees. you're seventeen degrees ball. Look up to sign the symbol for the sign. Okay so with seventeen degrees and twelve minutes into leo. And if you do cop you'll see the symbol for leo and the number four next to it. So the moon changed into the sign of leo okay yesterday and zero hundred hours. It was four degrees into the side of leo because the sun and the moon don't move and de things just to make our calculations correct so the sun doesn't change the some astrologically and astronomically doesn't change sign at twelve o'clock at night it to when it wants to and because we're doing this local time you'd on on this is universal. Time greenwich meantime Zero zero hundred hours the moon today and telling you today at zero. One hundred is going to mean. Tom was seventeen degrees and twelve minutes into the sign off. Leo and you'll see leo symbol from the day before so further down going down now. The the moon column tomorrow which is the sixth. It'll be zero degrees virgo. Thirty one minutes at zero hundred hours the following day on tuesday the seventh. It still virgo on wednesday. It's still virgo and zero hundred hours in the morning. It's twenty eight degrees to virgo. You know the on that wednesday because starts the day at zero hundred hours. Twenty eight degrees virga. You know because you're clever person. That is only thirty signs to each of this idea that during that day the moon will change from the sign offer. Go into the sign of leap because you look at the following day. Tuesday the ninth. The moon is now twelve degrees lieber. So what's lovely about the a feminist manifesto written it is you can actually see just looking down the columns which day this month is the moon going to be my sign. Mammy and i can make some preparations for that day and cost spell. Do whatever that she cheat sheet. Okay and the pharmacist. Lovely love him are dead yet. Go is forest buying a book of them because he has a book. And there's rafael some feminists new som-. We're going to buy that. I'm going down to the internet lazy so banat career now. The thing is on their families. The ashtray dot com produce dunaway. Anybody else does anywhere else. Tenny about says is that the sign that the planet is in on the first day of the month..

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"247" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

Learn Astrology with Mary English

03:40 min | 9 months ago

"247" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

"Aw a could be used in. Ut even if you google local time it's rarely gonna say niche meantime anymore. So greenwich meantime is of course greenwich local time or greenwich civil time for the meridian of greenwich. It's also the standard time for the united kingdom but to get this perfectly clear must be realized that for example six pm gmt is the standard time clocks route united kingdom synchronized to yet. It is not the local time or local mean solar time for any other place in the uk except those on the greenwich meridian. The local meantime for liverpool which is three degrees longitude. West of greenwich greenwich will be three degrees times four minutes equal twelve minutes behind. Gmt vast when it's six pm at greenwich it is still only five. Forty eight pm at liverpool in terms of the meanness son. It's well to understand this. Since in eight hundred eighty four or birth uk would it be recorded in gmt. and not. michael minnaso- tom. they weren't ever flipping cooled it anyway. So but there's another thing to remember with. John lewis confusion that ut's universal time. That's that The astronaut Astronomers not clock manufacturers Astronomers and a to be measuring everything from universal. Time greenwich meantime and then just in it for the place way you live and that's cooled side wheel time all local time and the episode that i've got on astrolabes which i'll give you the playing for that what i'm talking about yesterday. My astrolabe is for london. And i live in both and both his west of london So it's not the same time in both as it is to. London goes further west. That's right Yet i'm longitude. West of it so i i would have to adjust to tablets any three minutes to save But if you wanna be super accurate you don't have to do because the computer do everything for you so come back to timing announced talking you through the famous so ut at the top universal time said these coordinates a numbers and degrees that are on this ephemeral enough highlighted. Today's date a going to have been calculated for zero time. So that's midnight is a zero zero zero hours. Because the first minute of the first acres is probably a twenty four Is going to be zero zero one. Okay now that's another thing that people get confused about is When they say the born of midnight they have to be borne at either a couple of minutes before midnight or just past midnight. I don't know a single soul. Who's ever been born exactly series people tell you that i was born at midnight and said therefore they'll calculate their chart for the following day. Don't do that if you were born. Just before the clocks changed into the next day overseas. Say this thursday night and you were born eleven fifty nine. Pm and somebody sold born at midnight. Then were born on thursday. You wouldn't be born in the friday until you were one minute into the next day. Time is so important for storage strategy this so much augments under rabat. Dates of people born tons of bernales. They'd us if.

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"247" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

Learn Astrology with Mary English

05:38 min | 9 months ago

"247" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

"Now it'll come up all horoscopes at a glance all horoscopes by topic today. Tomorrow personality loved relationship children occasionally towards the bottom one horoscope during and data needs. Click this this is the first part of the of all that blip on the sides to a couple of placed in my head and then the extended chart selection is under horoscope Data's took it again. She had asked her dot com. You click on the little ball on the left. Hand side got horizontal lines on it. If you're on your iphone actually having said that we just see how it looks on moyo phone. La la la la la la la. Www so the apple or furniture everything. Good clench after dot com. Yes on an iphone. It's gonna come up top bright. There's three little white bars horizontal bars. You click on there. And then the next when click is free horoscopes. And you go. All the way down says similar to our ten before baton horoscope during data. Then it'll give you a choice. You cook chart going ascendant. Extended shot selection current planet planets. Astrology atmosphere your astra twins and creating a feminist to do the work that i've been telling you about you need to click on the one extended chart selection and i hope you'll using that page for a lost of the ogden telling you anyway so that's just thought that needs to be known nats because today's lesson is all about their families. You obviously need to know where to get the flip in thing. I'm on it's not on that. Big creative boris. So let's go back to the beginning page again. Whoop seat tipsy unders. Oh got a crash. Mike okay. So now are the main page of astor dot com. I mean you can scroll down nicole. The pretty pitches and stuff. But i just think that is good way to go after website. But to the way they've created a because that's just make it. Clicks could spend money to go to the three bottle talk. Click you want to now go to all about astrology. An underneath that set of choices the bottom one is ephemeral. agape you click on that it's not going to give you a feminist twenty twenty one. Fm twenty twenty two and the nine thousand years famous. Now when i told you about stuff being in the past could to be in the future. I've used the nine thousand years of feminist. But what we're going to do today is we're going to be clicking on a famous twenty twenty one not screen show of today's febres which i'm going to be putting in the show nights said that's the thing i could look at by. Need you to know how to navigate around after dot com to find ten. Somebody said to me. Oh i.

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"247" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

Learn Astrology with Mary English

03:03 min | 9 months ago

"247" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

"Dot come cases astro miami dot lib sin dot com and the way that the lipson publishes. My podcast is the latest episode is was the one that shows i if you listen to this on i tunes when you've subscribed you you'll start from number one so you're not going to be with me at the moment because you're still listening. I ones but if you have been listened to before all and you've got to episode. We now said two hundred million two thousand sixty four with two hundred and forty seven pay proud. How many episodes done missed an episode two four seven which is what today is will be visible i and it will So when you get the page it'll say read mosul say episode to forty seven and the right hand side will say we'd more click on that week more bit and you'll see that images that aren't gonna be uploading because today is definitely a day we to see what i'm talking about. You can take my word for warm same but it's better that you do the visuals. 'cause he thinks members strategy is very official One of the compliments. I've had for the poor causes people that are audible. Learners is that they've managed to comprehend strategy because zomig explained in the end an audible way. Okay rather than on youtube channel where somebody's gotta be updating pitches. Tommy you can listen to all of these podcasts and not pay attention and you could be avenue t. and driving a car and doing your riding and stuff it makes no what she can still make sense to however i'm totally today to urge you urging to happen with officials. You say i'll be telling you everything but you'll see what i'm talking about. You can hear them talk about going to stop the because it's going to nuttiness so the other thing is going to be crazy. I'm to just goes website. Asteroid dot com have changed their website. I have been using it for more than thirty years. It's been around for a long time. And i probably started using it before. I'd even go heavily into. Astrology is being up that and my sister who's old has been using. It was probably heard that told me about it. But they've we checked the website which they've never ever done before. And oh my god. I was on there the other day. The student good as i couldn't find the extent chart selection page. Now i put it on a favor or my browser but just to. This is the bit that you don't go there today. But there's so many episodes told you about goto. The extended shot selection. Okay sir how. Because i need to stop this to how to get extended joke collection. So you go to ask dot com. You go home. You click on free horoscopes okay..

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"247" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

Learn Astrology with Mary English

02:43 min | 9 months ago

"247" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

"You care started to good morning as morning. I don't know me do my post this early. I'm starting earlier today. So i'm going to be meeting fairy fairy very very very old friend number. She's old herself. But i've known her absolutely york's so i've course i sincerely how to excuse kinky noises because i am going to be drinking my morning tea to allow me to have the brains to be out to with you now. I've only covered this once all and it was episode seventy four so i think it's about time the company again me. Sometimes things come up with students and not just think of. I got that in the book cost and i have good other podcast but i won't make the theme going to be talking about today at little clearer and what. I thought we'd cover today. Is the ephemera us. And how read one. And also i want to talk to you about time because time is very important for starter. Because you'll be continuously now that you're learning histology you'll be continually asking people. Oh what time. It debut point now. You never would've asked that question before you'd probably say somebody or what. She died at birth and he goes oh calculating head every gem nihil their virgo or something but when you get into short you suddenly lost their own murkiness. You need to know what time of day the person was born. almost become to a proper char. I'm as an which doesn't when you first start. Let me study appeared to be public because you just think oh would births enough until they get into it. Then he was to time above is so important again accurate chart now as you know i live in the uk and i love in uk. The only downside tweet no one knows what time they're born and it's always mummy thinks happened or daddy said this or if you're lucky somebody's written it down somewhere and it's reasonably right but there's no official record tom in the uk and it's a perpetual nightmare..

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"247" Discussed on Hysteria 51

Hysteria 51

01:32 min | 11 months ago

"247" Discussed on Hysteria 51

"Com slash stiff when pod. That's a regular. Facebook page patriarch. John patriots dot com slash anyone vine up all nights mad blurry hysteria is john wrapping all sorts of nonsense. No haunted doll's as of yet. But i might have to work in that. Perk also voicemail seven seven. Three six six nine seven two seven seven seven three six six nine seven two seven seven forgiving of that area fifty one dot com but more importantly. Where can they find you guys. Where did they go to. Listen to your ramblings Talk ramblings talk of this show. Man listen pack told. We got some stuff here..

"247" Discussed on Hysteria 51

Hysteria 51

04:02 min | 11 months ago

"247" Discussed on Hysteria 51

"I got some kids here. We're gonna we're gonna do that. This doll is not an attractive dole. My nineteen seventy careful blades. I know you don't have kids that. Would you let your kid go here. You go let me play with dirty nasty thing that i follow in the attic. I'd probably just put it back in the attic. i think. I don't know that. I just put in the end. Because that's something you just go. Yeah i believe that there. That's such a weird thing. Maybe that's just me. I don't know. But if i find shit from previous people i think get rid of this. I don't know it was in the red room that bled all the time. It's fine the screaming role. You know yeah yeah. So the the daughter. She's ten years old finds robert. She took him to play with. She said she. The myrtle said she just added them to our toys. Robert they say did not like her and she started yelling Frightened almost immediately every night just started screaming saying wait for it. Robert was trying to kill her. Yeah so guess what. He's locked away in the attic again. That seems to be his fucking his his one bane. Is you put in the attic. And at least he stays up there. Look ben trying to put makeup on them. All the time seem none of congestive play tea party. I wanna play stab one story. I was looking through some stories of when. Myrtle wouldn't myrtle about the house. She started using it as a rental. And things like that after a while and once there i found was of too many rented the house from Murderer during the mid seventies and said that they heard noises coming from the attic That sound like children laughing. And someone rummaging around and they said that if they'd get quite listened here like banging and shit like that When they went upstairs investigates notice that robert would change his position from. They'd hear something they go up and they look at you know. See all go back down the here. Some go back up and robert had moved. So yeah that's you know terrifying alfono shelf right but we're teaching this waters you. Are you sleeping in judges. You on everything. Oh jesus no it's alpha the shelf okay. Sanity then activity became more frequent and they did the sensible thing and invited a friend to see robert dude. Name malcolm ross. Because you know like you know if you ever have something that tastes fucking disgusting like dude. This is so you try it. Do this house's haunted. You've gotta come over and check it out so russell e-experienced a strange feeling. When he goes around robert he described. I don't exactly know what this means. But he said he described his a metal bar running down his back. Whatever that means that's just his words he also described. Robert is changing his facial expressions as he you know. He just looked like he was angry. Mad whatever so he decides. Robert is looking like a child being punished and that has he talked to his friends about the room. Robert seemed to be following the conversation like he would. He would follow along. This is a fucked up story and it does it in there but realistically. Let's say that this is true. Let's let's suspend disbelief. We're talking about this. How the hell does a doll become. Possessed like some of the options was voter. Who do possession one of them. That was interesting. They say auto trigger the doll supernatural powers by blaming his child mishaps on it like he was such a shithead. The devils like yep. You're going to get it now. You keep blaming here's a what do you guys think..

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"247" Discussed on Making Sense with Sam Harris

Making Sense with Sam Harris

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"247" Discussed on Making Sense with Sam Harris

"Good directly ourselves okay. Today i'm speaking with lisa feldman barrett. Who is one of the most cited scientists in the world for her research in psychology and neuroscience. She's a professor at northeastern university with appointments. Add mass general hospital and harvard medical school. Lisa was awarded a guggenheim fellowship in neuroscience in twenty nineteen and she's a member of the american academy of arts and sciences and the royal society of canada. And she's the author most recently of a very enjoyable book seven and a half lessons about the brain and we cover a few of those lessons in today's podcast. We talk about how the human brain evolved the myth of the triune brain which has been all too influential. We discussed how the brain is organized into networks. The predictive nature of perception and action the construction of emotion concept as prescriptions for action culture as an operating system and many other topics and now without further delay. Bring you lisa feldman barrett. I am here with lisa feldman barrett lisa. Thanks for joining me. It's my pleasure. So you've written this. Wonderful little primer on the brain seven and a half lessons about the brain which I think will be the focus of our discussion. Although will we'll probably wander to other topics but I just Want our listeners to know that this is a the marvelously accessible book and a short one. It's only one hundred thirty pages or so and you know we need more of this kind of thing. It's the there's this Kinda awful property of the brain and neuro science generally which is When you get into the details it becomes just a catalogue of anatomical names that are were certainly not written by by writers the especially one who wanted to write books for a audience and it becomes this blizzard of mnemonic challenges for a reader and e you've managed to avoid all of that and still deliver a very interesting discussion about the brain and the mind. So congratulations thank you so much so before we jump in. Perhaps you can summarize your background intellectually. What kinds of questions have you focused on as a scientist well i you know i started my training. A clinical psychologist and then very quickly went through a series of retraining in physiology and then in neuro science and more recently in engineering learning some thing about systems theory and in evolutionary and developmental aspects of neuroscience. So the questions. I really think about now relate to how how is the brain. How is your brain in constant conversation with your body and the other brains bodies you know that surround you. How is it conjuring the features of your mind. How does it control your the internal systems of your body at the same time as you know controlling your behavior and giving you memories and thoughts and feelings and so on and that may sound like you know too big of a question to answer but i would say i'm really interested in understanding a systems level kind of approach to to brain function and that encompasses a lot of things so large a large lab and we have a lot of different research projects going on so. It's really hard when someone asks me. So what are you. What is your newest research project. And i'm like well. We have like probably forty of them going on. So it's hard to summarize in winston's and you're currently a professor is well right to do spend some time teaching or is it all research the moment i i know we're talking covid. Land or at the tail end one of covid. Kobe pandemic so nothing seems normal. But what is your general life like as a professor. Yes so i run a lab which has twenty five fulltime people in it and then usually we have not during covid but usually at other times. We have about one hundred hundred. Fifty undergraduate researches researchers in the laboratory in any given year and the lavish spread out across two different places so i have personnel at a tune from places graduate students post. Docs in someone we'll start. Oh fellows i teach one course a year for undergraduates. it's a lab course. And then occasionally i will also teach formerly teach a graduate seminars. But i also run a weekly or biweekly seminar. That i've been running for about eight or nine years that i don't get credit for. We just do it out of the love of doing it with engineers and computer scientists and other neuroscientists and psychologists and so. I end another an my colleague in engineering. We run this seminar for all of our peeps. So it's about twenty five people who attend the seminar and it's been going on like i said for for quite a number of years and then i also run other reading groups that people attend on particular topics depending on what we're interested in so for example for on predictive processing or on energetics which is the word that we used to refer to brain metabolism. And the you know the way that the brain is regulating. Metabolic functions of the body So one of the things you do throughout this book especially at the outset debunk a few myths and bad metaphors. We've relied on to understand the brain or a seem to understand the brain and Seems like a very useful thing to do. Perhaps we should just start where you start with the larger context of evolution and what we think we understand about the evolution of the human brain. What and perhaps this is a good place to part company with. Paul mclean so How do you think about the brain in evolutionary terms. I love this question is one of. I think this is one of the most fun questions really. It occurred to me at some one point. Like why do we even have a brain. It's it's a really expensive organ right. That three pound of meat between your ears costs you about twenty percent of your entire metabolic budget. So it's pretty expensive and point out depending on what you do within cost you much more than that certainly can so especially on social media certainly can. That's absolutely right. And so i'm very fortunate in that i've been we meeting really weekly with barbara finley. Who is an evolutionary developmental neuroscientist. And she's basically to use her words. She's like downloading all of her age into my brain which really means that. She repeats herself frequently and has to explain things often more.

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Jasmin Foster: First Black-Owned Stationery Brand Sold at Target

Side Hustle Pro

02:15 min | 1 year ago

Jasmin Foster: First Black-Owned Stationery Brand Sold at Target

"In the guest chair. i have. jasmine foster. Jasmine is the founder of beat rooted inclusively designed stationary brand created to celebrate and uplift women of color. What i really love about jazzman. Her experience is that she started her career in retail on the buying side. And now here. She is someone who has landed as a product and business owner on the shelves of target very company. She started out working for today. She's gonna share how the majority of korean retail was pushing the boundaries of representation any collusion. And how that led her to changing the face of the stationary industry with her company. Be routed i really love with jasmine had to share on from starting to even employing her parents now. So let's get right into it. Share a little bit. About what led you to the retail path and what were the different jobs and experiences you had in retail. Yeah of course up. I went to university. I was a marketing major to start off with. And i had this idea that i was working advertising and live in new york and work on cool ad campaigns for nike and get paid like twenty five thousand dollars in half four roommates in the target came to campus has like have you ever thought of a career in retail and in my head retail. Jobs may only store jobs like i never considered. Who are the people that made the decisions about what was put on shelf and so after interning at target in realizing that like you can hover pretty cool career doing retail as well being a buyer making the decisions of what americans get to like by day but also make a little bit more money and not have to have a roommate. I'm soul so. I started my career. I target i worked for amazon bridge for general mills and i've worked back at targeted Tuesday anti target. Actually but it really all of it was in the retail buying space mostly working with emerging categories innovative spaces trying to get the next best thing on shell.

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247  Perspectives on Transformation in Labor Trafficking with Ben Skinner - burst 2

Ending Human Trafficking Podcast

04:03 min | 1 year ago

247 Perspectives on Transformation in Labor Trafficking with Ben Skinner - burst 2

"So prevention of trafficking to me fundamentally involves some basic elements of of development but really targeted development. The as i said in the end of my book the war on diarrhea may not have the same sexy ring as As the war on slavery but when when diarrhea is the number one killer of children in the developing world. Needless needless deaths right and when so many desperately poor families are faced with a health crisis. Go into debt bondage as a solution. Could we not invest in preventing those needless deaths and preventing that health crisis and preventing that daas preventing that death That the bondage i. It's a this a fundamentally. We are focused on industry because industry broken out our millions of jobs. Billions of jobs if you go across industries. The apparel industry seventy million jobs alone. This is a place that is a tremendous opportunity. It is also a place where there is forced labor. It it harbors that it doesn't need to and so prevention from me is about is about creating jobs that are actually what they say they are which is opportunities which is pathways to mobility which is pathways to prosperity and there are best practices out there. We've seen suppliers that when we approach them. Say this is not who we are fundamentally. This is not who we are and they change and that to me is exhilarating. Because of that can be scaled and ultimately if those companies that won't change our put out of business and those companies that will change grow to be the norm dominate the market. Then then we're talking about prevention at scale and for me. That's that's exciting. I love that an education is a key to helping people know where to begin that prevention digging a well so kids have clean water to prevent. Diarrhea is prevention factor in as far as education. One of the challenges. That i've had is i've been able to get in front of some corporate leaders here in california and they're just like this is so much information and so. I found a new way to use the sweat and toil app that department of labor produced and has thousands of pages of research behind this app. You can go to the grocery store and you can look and see what products are being produced and have been on the shelves in our consumer platform here. That use child forced labor Adult forced labor and make a decision not to purchase that. Well that's a pretty whack-a-mole kind of idea from my perspective. But now i'm having my students. And i'm sharing with corporate leaders. You can actually use this to find out where you might expect. The next w are owed happen with those kinds of products so you can look ahead and see in on an app on your phone and it seems like a very simple tool but it is a way for us to begin to be more tuned in to what's happening across the world because we are all connected this eighty percent number. I'm just still reeling from that. Because we think we have governmental boarders and yet corporate reach is not restricted to geographical boundaries.

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I'm a Feminist but... I Love a Good Princess Costume

The Guilty Feminist

01:42 min | 1 year ago

I'm a Feminist but... I Love a Good Princess Costume

"I'm a feminist. This week. I sent my goddaughter for her birthday. A series of costumes some of which would gender-neutral including a lion a b. and a pirate which i deemed as gender neutral at set for boys and i thought nah. I'm not having raced. But i was most excited if i'm completely honest about the bell dress from beauty and the beast. I couldn't wait and her mother who also a feminist just sent me a picture of herself holding the bell dress up going wishing me ignored the lion costume the very neutral be the only one i go into the because gm because she's generation said and they want to save the world so to be so. I'm pretty sure she doesn't care about bell. She cares about bees now. I should be proud of her. And of course i am. She's only just turned three very proud that she loves b.'s. Mold princesses because princess is going to save the world. Lapine run for ages. I've done nothing towards it was notchers. Princess diana was always kicks land mines or something but but but red overall. Yeah do more. I mean there are queen bees. Maybe she says can kind of be where great like revenge stress you know. Listen i think stripes is always a revenge outfit sting like that. How is it not revenge or mealy yet. The poor base give the ultimate revenge. Don't they believe after. Arson your arm.

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The fight for the Central African Republic

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

04:26 min | 1 year ago

The fight for the Central African Republic

"Earlier. This week. Results were announced of the presidential election held in the central african republic on december twenty seventh. It was won by the incumbent. President faustin comes to our dera. Election results must still be officially validated by the constitutional court but were welcomed my supporters and even by some members of the opposition. It remains an open question. However how much of the central republic. He's really going to get to be president of the world's least imaginatively named country is also one of its most troubled examine any global index pertaining development prosperity transparency freedom and general ease of living. And you'll find the somewhere near the bottom. The c a r is also exemplar of the cruel irony that the countries which appear least worth fighting over are often the most viciously contested in the days between the presidential election and the results. Being announced rebels attacked the southern city of banga sue on the blue river which comprises the border with the democratic republic of congo. And the town of damara a bit further west by some estimations. Roughly two thirds of the country is now controlled by militias hostile to the national government and not infrequently as is the way of these things to each other ominously however several of these groups entered into a formal alliance just before the election and now prefer inquiries to be addressed to the coalition of patriots for change or pc. They don't appear to have a website yet but early days. The did announce a ceasefire ahead of the election but then unannounced it. They may also be having chain of command issues. Blame for the. Most recent uptick in rebel. Activity is being generally cast. In the direction of former central african republic president francois bazei the mana of both bozize's as coming and going illustrate the chronic problems. He seized power in a coup tar in two thousand and three and lost in two thousand thirteen when militias made it all the way to the capital bongi compelling him to skip the country further underpinning. The present intrigue is the fact that for much of aziz as time as president his prime minister walls and listeners. With a keen sense of shakespeare and psycho drama will already have guessed current president to our dera. Catch me if you can former president possibilities eight touting authorities at a campaign rally last week busey's a returned in two thousand and nineteen in the hope of getting his old job back via the ballot box but was disbarred. from standing in december's election. The constitutional court ruled the requirement that candidates be of good. Morality was tricky to square with an outstanding international arrest warrant accusing disease of crimes against humanity and incitement to genocide to say nothing of sanctions imposed by the un security council on a personally for arming and encouraging militia groups. Say it should be noted if not necessarily believed denies everything so faustin are twelve dera remains president though it would be unsurprising to discover that he keeps a bag packed. Bongi his capital is probably safe ish. Aside from the central african republic's own military it is defended by miniskirt a un peacekeeping mission of roughly eleven thousand troops. Doing one of the more difficult and dangerous jobs currently being undertaken by the blue helmeted three peacekeepers from burundi. Were killed on christmas day in fighting with militias. Nia dakota desire besides being us your brothers and sisters that we see so that our brothers and sisters can also enjoy these other than that you and mission has been joined in recent weeks by an extra deployment of troops from rwanda already a major contributor to manisco.

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ASU's COVID-19 Management Strategy

Gaydos and Chad

01:19 min | 1 year ago

ASU's COVID-19 Management Strategy

"Gabriel Thank you. Linda Issues President Michael Crowe told MSNBC today that through a combination of mask wearing daily health checks and random testing, the pandemic is manageable. You add the new shield of vaccines, All of them have holes, and all of them have weaknesses. But if you bring them all together, we very much believe it's manageable. And our semester this this'll fall has proven that to be the case. A new update yesterday, The university said they only had 321 known positive cases among its student body of over 75,000 students, 247 of the positive cases or off campus. 62 of them are in isolation at the Tempe campus, and the pandemic is also brought a new challenge to university students. And it's a financial strains caused by the covert 19 pandemic and among, uh, President Crow says universities have been offering assistance to help students in that area as well. We're basically saying anyone you bring us your financial concerns, and we will come to your assistance and so We're not running a lifeboat, but we are running a life forward. Both, Crow says. That means being there for students when they need it most to ensure that we can move forward in life and their studies that includes helping on campus students who may need food or other resources.

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Many Hospitals Charge More Than Twice What Medicare Pays

The KFBK Morning News

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Many Hospitals Charge More Than Twice What Medicare Pays

"And health insurers paying more than twice as much as Medicare does for hospital services that's included in a new report from the Rand Corporation. Showing that businesses and private insurance companies paid hospitals an average of 247% of what Medicare paid between 2016 and 2018. The results of show that access to such information is important for employers to make sure their insurers are negotiating for low and consistent hospital rates. Swedish tech

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Rediscovering our Intimacy and Sexual Wellness in the midst of a pandemic

SuperMamas

04:22 min | 1 year ago

Rediscovering our Intimacy and Sexual Wellness in the midst of a pandemic

"How are you? been a while I know we're supposed to connect like over a year ago when you were having a baby. That's right that was around that time. I didn't realize there was a year ago. That's right. Now. That's crazy. It's crazy crazy on but I'm so glad you're here we've wanted to. Connect. With you and have a conversation with you because. I think there's a lot of there's a lot of questions that we have in a you're you're an expert. On sexual wellness and we realize her this time that you a lot. One question that we've been asking other women is. How is, how is your your relationship? How is your your intimate life right now with Kobe and everything that's happening insane indoors. how has your you know? How are you doing this in lobby? It's non existent right now. So either that or you know I've I've seen posts of France at already announcing pregnancy some like whoa. Okay. So that. One or the other. You how it home, but we wanted to check with you. So you can tell us important tens of or sexual health, and you know everything that we need to know about that. You know we WANNA just share and learn from you. For, sure. Thank you so much for making time for this. It's definitely. It's definitely interesting time given. So many things going on in the world stressful hard things going on in the world with with the impact it has on our relationships in our intimacy not everyone is in a relationship but at the same time, the relationship with ourselves is, is like the most important one too. I. Think you're right and what happened before Kobe was really like a shelter in place. Kobe. Is that a lot of people saw oh my gosh. There's going to be having sex all over the place. Everyone's GonNa be quarantined together with partners and. There's going to be all these babies and so that's where like the Kobe baby boom came out of that idea. But in reality would like to tell people is that yes, there are cases where there's a lot of There's couples that are very happy spending much time together and are having a great sex life, and that happens at any point. It doesn't have to mean that it's with or without copay like there's. Couples just naturally like that. But for most couples like in most women, there's a lot of stressors going on and when we have that much stress both external and internal. So like in the world, there's a lot going on that stressful but then turn on meaning like some of us are losing our jobs or or having to manage kids now in a very different way and like trying to wear you know the whole. Balance All the stress can actually decrease your sex drive and what happens with that is then it leads to more things. So when you don't feel in the mood to have sex, you're not reconnecting with your partner you're not getting like that cocktail dump of hormones that you get when you orgasm, you're not communicating sexually. So it Kinda starts to trickle into this whole spiralling snowball and you can quickly find yourself like very. Unhappy in your relationship in you don't really know where it came from or you can be just super stressed and on edge and not understand like why can't release that and so do say it is important for us to talk about the ascend like figure out like what can we be doing right now when we talk about her sex driver when we talk about, you know de stressing ourselves or with our partners. I think we're GONNA talk about some of that fit. It's definitely I don't think people expected. This to be the case, they didn't expect there to be so many relationship struggles right now and it's very it's very normal, very common if you think of. The hierarchy of needs, right like shelter safety food that was I, and like I think all of us kind of freaked out in covid was happening and shelter in place. You know there was no food and groceries and things like that. But then the next need is connection, and so we're there I think people are longing for the right type of connection.

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New Music previews

Bobbycast

06:10 min | 2 years ago

New Music previews

"Welcome to. Episode Two forty seven. Where later on we'll talk about famous musicians, homes and To, do the story I saw one country post a whole story about Taylor swift multiple million dollar homes. They kind of walked through all of our houses. She has right now. which is pretty crazy, I think it's thirty million dollars in total. So that's what Eddie and I talked about in a little bit, so you WanNa, hang out for that, but the whole site is. Call. One Country Dot Com and they say. Does she live in New, York or Los Angeles Nashville or Rhode Island, but the answers all of them. And they go through her Nashville place when she first started to make money by the two million dollar Nashville place where she knocked out the wall and I know where this place is. It's right next to music. Do you know what I don't know well I don't know if they're that much, but do you know where Taylor owns? No I should say. Right near the radio station. In Rhode Island. She has a twelve thousand square foot beach mansion fayed seventeen point seven five million dollars for it. So she has all summer parties. Someone broke into and it. Is it I think so well looks like a fortress. But there is a lot of grass surrounding. It's you could get to like in new. York, she bought these two apartments, and not to wall out, and the modest third and knocked another wallowed. So! They. Have that dinner for twenty five million dollar. I guess it's more than thirty dollars. Because in two thousand fifteen purchase the estate of Movie Mogul Samuel Goldwyn for twenty five million. So they gives her to oems in. Nashville wants to parents an awesome apartment in New York a beach house in Rhode Island Mansion in California. Yeah, that's way more than thirty million dollars. Agatha her. so we talked about a lot of people that are dead and alive and their homes and let's. ETC So. Glad you guys are checking it out on. Fridays, if we put one up, we highlight a lot of music came out today Cain Brown shared a new song called worldwide beautiful. Here's a clip of that. Tell me I ain't GonNa Change. When I looked at was the number one song and all formats this morning on to come on and see where it was before we landed. Go through some of the other new stuff. Brantley Gilbert has a new song called hard day's check it out. Concern. Shoe shoe for. Tyler released only truck in town. It's a four song EP. So, we haven't heard from afar and a little bit. We'll try to get them on an episode a next week. Bobby cast. But here is a song called Heaven on dirt. S. Making. Let's see. Carly peers has cover of cowboy. Take me away I'm assuming this. Yup Okay here we go. ME. This girl is. Kid Walk. Yuck. Canaan Smith has a song called colder than you so here's some canes. Fast in. BLUE INK COLOR! Gone West Relief of Acoustic version of what could have been because we laugh. down. Abbas! Money on. Cable. So tell me about run the jewels. Hip Hop duo. They put out A. Early this week why? Because with everything going on the world. They felt it was kind of about that, so they put it out early, but it's just two days early albums come out on. Friday came out Wednesday. Also, it's been out a couple. Couple of that's. That's why I was confused. Okay, run the released their album a couple of days ago and This is called. with the money Sinus, the s the s with L. and Zach Della Rocca from rage against the machine. Here you got. Twenty twenty. Avenue. Yeah, that's him. He sounds good. Yeah, that's what I was surprised, but I was never really. Rap. Album. I. Forget to crew. As far as socially conscious views, it goes. Rage against the machine was a standard. And sounds contemporary. Yeah, that's what I was surprised by like. Well, that's him. When I was a teenager, we would listen to ragent. Singing about stuff that idea about at the time a lot of social injustice? That was their platform. For. A lot of different areas, but I mean the perfect group. To bring in now, that was saying the same stuff back then right, but to hear him just. In that song as a fifty year old school

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Decluttering in Uncertain Times Podcast

A Slob Comes Clean

04:27 min | 2 years ago

Decluttering in Uncertain Times Podcast

"Of my things I've realized is that a lot of my collecting of staff was for these possibilities in the future. You know like won't I be glad if such and such ever happened or if the world ran out of advil wouldn't I be glad that I had kept this expired advil and I mean like we're things even though I'm whatever even though I've come to the point where I've realized I don't think I would take it anyway if it's that far expired in so you know it's been a process of me letting go of lot of this and I think some of that. Some of my stuff collecting was like a hero complex. I was the person I talked about this in how to manage your home without losing your mind. My first book that I was the person that when my church needed cowboy boots to decorate for a vacation. Bible school I was like well. I've got fifty seven pairs. You know and it's kind of a long story and it has to do with because I used to buy them to put on Ebay but anyway that he wrote thing is part of why I had so much. Clutter now. I'm kind of in a time where you go kato. I need to step up and be a hero. I don't and I'm like what have I gotten rid of over the past ten years that we might desperately need as the world. Is You know who I'm not trying to be. You know alarmist or anything like that my goodness I know there's so many different ways to react to this. I'm just being honest with the thoughts that have gone through my head. Like when I thought about decluttering I thought wait. I may have gotten rid of some stuff in the past that we may need and then I started to doubt myself and I starting in this is not like a. Oh my goodness here. I am telling you guys this okay. Opportunity like this was going to be organized. It's not I'm just trying to be honest with you all say that these are the things that have gone through my head. Okay I found myself when I thought of decluttering feeling paralyzed thinking. We should probably just keep everything for right now. This is probably not the time for us to be getting rid of things because who knows what we're going to need you know if the grocery stores which I think they're going to stay open but you know what I mean like what. What if what if what if what if and it just made me feel like. Maybe I shouldn't declutter right now. But then as I move into the next section of this podcast where I'm hopefully not being quite as neurotic. I had to remind myself of the things that I'm so thankful for. That are results of decluttering over the past ten years. Okay so I have been doing this for getting close to eleven years now and I've made huge progress on my home at part of that is realizing that decluttering will always be a thing for me. There will never be a time where. My house is completely d cluttered. There's not a time for anybody. The reason people's houses stay cluttered is because they keep decluttering anyway. But I've had to realize that I tend to collect more stuff than the average person I tend to have bigger decluttering projects than the average person But reminding myself of the good that my family has experienced from decluttering helps. Calm me down and go okay. That's not rational. Dana for me to have this hero complex which results in me just not doing anything because the paralysis is not good decluttering. Paralysis is real. And it's never a good thing. Okay so if I choose to keep something for a rational reason great but if I just won't even look and can't even deal and just turn away that's not a good thing that's decluttering paralysis. And if I just leave it and don't even look at it then. I don't even know what we have just in case we do need it. You know what I mean and so there's GonNa be stuff in that pile that I'm ignoring that. Even if we didn't need it I would note. Was there and then we would be without in a situation where we might need it. Blah Blah Blah. You know what I mean right. Okay so reminding myself of the positive results of the decluttering work. That I've done helped me through the

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Tennis insider Sally Bradfield on her new book 'Not Quite 30-love'

No Challenges Remaining

04:55 min | 2 years ago

Tennis insider Sally Bradfield on her new book 'Not Quite 30-love'

"To no challenges raining. I am Ben. Rothenberg joined by my dear friend. Courtney I courtney and we are also joined by Sally Brad Field a longtime tennis communications official and the author of a New Book. Not Quite thirty love. Sally. Thank you for being ought. Thanks for having me. I'm thrilled. So your book. Let me just read the blurb. I think it's a good blurb novel Euro semi-autobiographical say something we'd like to believe that some days more than others semi can be covers a wide range graphical synopsis of the book the Blurb twenty-eight-year-old Katie. Cook Lancer Dream job. In the world professional tennis it was like being invited to the Academy Awards except they were all wearing brand attracts his Katie and Sydney to be not quite measuring up and make the move to follow her child obsession with professional tennis running away to join the circus of a world and finding work as a publicist racing around the globe. Faster than it can tiki tour creating Internet scandals wherever she goes. Katie is seduced by the appearance of Glamour and our weakness for bad boys. She falls one of trouble. Champions and starts trending relationship with an arch-enemy placing social media bombs in her way and hashtags. Haunting Katie. And her sleep. She navigates her way through a series of social media and love crises. Katie has some decisions to make. Does she want a hero or a career? Well she ended up happily ever after. What does that even mean? One thing is for sure. She'll never schedule an instagram post again. Hashtag girls can be heroes to stories written by insider and has been described as the devil wears product meets the exciting world professional tennis. Thank you for funding these things together. I'm excited I'm curious if you just give us a bio on yourself yet your tennis how you got into the sport before being in a professional and then once you've made it your your job. Yeah I was always obsessed with Tennessee's young girl. I had a very large crush on John. Mcenroe's I exactly the first drops of the book which were much more autobiographical had humanist But he got ripped out for the. Don't sue aspect of the game. They still have that first draft and I do. I do the right amount of money. Probably the Louis exactly exactly exactly at one point. We will do actual autobiography rather than thinly. Valves Dennis yes so sort of my my career of set a ninety six billion tennis but before eleven love with John McEnroe. Tennis was wonderful so I was doing real world jobs. I had a degree in marketing. Doing some marketing jobs Unfulfilled obvious is really boring. Fifty doing this crap and then was up one night watching Wimbledon with the Australian Times on the middle of the night watching watching love. And I'm interested in anything actually interested in these these copy of real job. He can't really working tennis for job. Scholley and show you guys have had signed that real job. And then that's how I started talking to people and following Lukine tross a who was a WHO and who and what contacted staff go to a job as an assistant the Sydney tournament it was the Pacers international which was really just about eating ice cream. Pink cream you started working on the tour then as a as a communications that was just looking for a tournament and a little bit of that and then eventually got my wife and got off at a job. Wti side out of that at the beginning of this century thousand new millennium new New Korean. Your life all that stuff sound starring. I our member saying to a bunch of people who've been working on the two of ages Michael Michael five-star hotels and you're GonNa have locker room service. And why? How could anyone ever big this? And they were like just white you ways we could you get sick of this and then I found out a nonstop sort of hamster wheel type situation very off day. Traveling Circus Right. You go and you sit you go to. It's such a weird rhythm rate because I traveled with the tour and pretty much tour of a fairly full schedule and yeah I like from the outside in every. How could you not love this when you get to watch tennis all day? You get to say at the Hilton here. The Mary out there the intercontinental here. The four seasons in Saint Petersburg get private cars get fed. All Braille true. Isn't it all true that that's not? That's not true but I'm curious to save you. When did it start to turn to be like? I mean. This is still a job though? I remember sitting in an airport on a wider Dubai. And that was it was well cost ten years into my time traveling fulltime with WTI and being straight in a lot. More since. I had to give living in Australia. Who Five you'd have two weeks off my take on like kill me. Now look on high intake dies of trying to get the lay off to come back. I remember seeing in an airport and wanting to cry because I was like I didn't WanNa be online new and then strangely enough coverage. I had the brand manager job for the promised me I will do. Minimal travel what ally that will come

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Tampa Bay Lightning have signed defender Zach Bogosian

Spittin' Chiclets

01:06 min | 2 years ago

Tampa Bay Lightning have signed defender Zach Bogosian

"Swipe up. I wonder if Zach Bogosian things he got a swipe up. He went from getting weighed by the Buffalo Sabres had his contract terminated Then a couple of days later he signed with the Tampa Bay lightning lightning for one year. One point three million dollar deal obviously going to be prorated goes from Buffalo eight points out of the wildcat to Sunny Florida and Ana Content. That not too shabby on this deal. Make sense right. They they bring in a guy for depth And just for him to have that moment of. It's it's embarrassing right when you when you do get way they didn't want to go to the AHL so everything gets terminated but then when you hear your agent say hey there's some teams interested in Tampa one of them. You just start feeling a lot better about yourself so I don't know how much he'll play. I'm sure he's going to go down. He's going to get the vibe of how that team is. They're going to see how he looks at practice. He'll get a chance. And who knows if he really is a part of this lineup and playing lots of minutes or at all when they end up getting to the playoffs and try to get back what they lost last year and then bashing first round. I don't know of ZAKPA. Gordon will be a big part of that but no matter what he's around a winning culture and he's not playing in the minor so everything's everything's good in his

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Learning to Weld

Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto

03:07 min | 2 years ago

Learning to Weld

"On Friday. We put out the corner table video video which came out really good. And as some Bob before we hit record are the welding on the table Dannon I looked at at one we were done and Dan goes. You'RE NOT GONNA win any awards for that and it was A. You're you're right and on camera I would explain like I'm still learning. Don't just Gimme a chance. I'm still learning but when I went to go at it the video none of it showed up like there's not enough detail. It's not close enough and so I'll just cut that part out and make it look like I know what I'm doing So just know that the tables perfectly fine I got some good penetration is just not pretty but this week my buddy jol. WHO's a professional fabricator? He's coming over and we're going to shoot a video on getting started in welding and and what you need to look for. And he's is going to help me with my technique because it's going to be really important here and a couple weeks when I start attacking in the go kart together because that's gotta be saving for me and the other people and if it's not good I can't I can't I can't race it so I need to. I need to get my technique down before before. So Joel Washing He's GonNa come over and he's he's he's GonNa hold my hand again and we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA get it all on camera breath very Zena. Hold the hand. That's holding the welding torch. The other both of them that Patrick swayze ghost scene. It's going to be. We'll have some nice music playing in the background. Oh man that's all. We talked about this off off camera that you know it. It is totally different to have somebody who knows what they're doing. Give you like five minutes of dedicated dedicated teaching hand experience with somebody rather than just fumbling around and takes you so much less time. You're getting immediate give. Yeah exactly you can mm seat rather than like waiting a week or two weeks and then getting feedback from the Youtube comments when your mind is an entirely different place I had tons of people. Tell me that Oh you should go. You know work with Alex Steele Bill. When you're doing the blacksmith thing for the first time I'm like well that's awesome? Yeah I would love to live somewhere else and I did this three weeks ago so you know like it it. It didn't work but having somebody there to give you just a few minutes of instruction hands on is awesome which is probably why the classes are such a success for you Jimmy. Carr's people were getting that in a group you know great. I say it all the time when I first learned my shop bought. CNC Try playing with the Safa by myself. I didn't know what what I was doing then. I didn't go to youtube videos. I just try to make it on my own and then I was so confused. I sat with somebody one of the teachers at maker Faire and I sat with five minutes and that was my whole entire education and from there it got started. So that five minutes of clarity clearing up some MM stuff that I had learned playing with it on my own. Got Me completely on my way

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The Stories That Tree Rings Can Tell

In Defense of Plants Podcast

02:47 min | 2 years ago

The Stories That Tree Rings Can Tell

"All right Dr Valerie true way. Thank you so much for coming on the PODCAST. How about we start off by telling everyone a little bit about who you are are and what it is you do will? Thanks for having Me Matt so when Valerie True A and I'm a professor at the University of Arizona in the laboratory Tori of tree-ring research which year is a department on its own and so Emma dendrochronology used a rings in trees to study the climate of the past and to look at how it has influenced forest ecosystems as well as human systems very exciting and super cool to have you on this podcast right now because this is a topic that I definitely feel like does not get enough attention in mainstream media and who doesn't remember counting tree rings as the child at some point in their life at least but I'm wondering what brought you to tree rings in the first place. Were you kind of a plant person. I or just kind of liked climate How did it all kind of come together that you find yourself working in the tree ring business? That's a good question. So my background is in environmental engineering and had a a strong interest in plants in forests always have add And then when I when it came time to do my master's degree my master's thesis this I was an idealist at times are really wanted to win. Were again in Africa. Actually and there was one topic that came up that was available which was doing during analysis in Tanzania Nice and so we're interested in Tanzania injury. They never heard of it so I chose that topic another student and I we went to Tanzania went to collect their samples came back and the the and when I started looking at those woods samples under the microscope. That's when I really got hooked Lincoln under a microscope. It's so beautiful. It's so exciting and beautiful to look at that honestly ever since asters degree. I've never done anything else I went on to do a PhD and then put stocking Now a professor in during science. Wow what a remarkable story and very serendipitous. I love those because it's it just goes to show you that you can can have all the plans in the world and all the ideas in the world but you never know what's GonNa come exactly very much so yeah so dendrochronology that's that's a that's a big field Aw again like I said a lot of people. Listening will probably know that counting rings on a tree can tell you some information but you mirrored it with this idea that you know just seeing would under a microscope and seeing these details it truly is stunning to look at nature in that that view because until we had microscopes we couldn't really understand what was truly going on at that

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30 second run down of Trick r Treat

ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

01:08 min | 3 years ago

30 second run down of Trick r Treat

Where the gun control debate stands in Congress

Democracy Now

02:39 min | 4 years ago

Where the gun control debate stands in Congress

"Provisions arm most teachers the guncontrol now move build now moves to the state house of representatives meanwhile in washington republican lawmaker said last week they're moving on from the debate over gun control after failing to pass a single bill on firearms in the wake of last month's massacre in florida the congressional inaction came as president trump appeared to backpedal thursday from his surprise announcement a day earlier that he supports comprehensive gun control measures well we turn now to one of the most vocal advocates for gun control in washington that's democratic senator chris murphy of connecticut this is murphy on the floor of the senate just after news broke on february 14th about the national bagging and parkland florida as the students were being evacuated from the school he took to the floor of the senate regis vote once again for my colleagues this happens nowhere else other than the united states of america is epidemic of mass slaughter this score of school shooting after school shooting it only happens you're not because of coincidence not because of bad luck but as a consequence of our inaction we are responsible for a level of mass atrocity that happens in this country with zero parallel anywhere else was chris murphy well yesterday juan gonzalez and i sat down with senator chris murphy on monday wahibi i began by asking him about the debate over guns in washington and president trump endorsing comprehensive gun control and then taking it back but i think it's important to remember that this country is talking about the issue of guns every single day the media may only pay attention when there is a school shooting or a massive atrocity but every single day ninety people die from guns there is a mass shooting meeting four more people being shot in this country on average every single day so in chicago in hartford and and bridgeport were talking about the consequences of a gun violence 247 so listen i i can't tell you where the president is on this issue today clearly his gut political instinct tells him that his party cannot avoid the fact that ninety seven percent of americans in the latest poll want universal background checks but of course he has this long time affiliation with the.

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