23 Burst results for "A. L. M"

"alm" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

05:58 min | 2 months ago

"alm" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"This seems to be doing something and downloaded anything so poke around in the code. Yeah, it's pretty cool. That's really. What's. Next. Monk. Well. Things not dead news unity is not dead. Thanks to. Unity remix release. Yes, so. There have been a few attempts. Making a balloon to unity remixes is a few people making spins. Responding this one, could you mix which is a bit customized and has like multi version that looks a bit like unity as well as a unity desktop, but this one is designed to be over Vanilla. Just unity experience. I think yeah I tried it out, spent a VM and. It's you know just like it was few days ago. It doesn't look an awful or different. Obey the same and it's all built from everything in the archive. There's no PPA's additional software bundle on. There is literally just like having a gun to forty four, but. Bill alm the latest colonel and having the latest repositories and lady software is quite a tugs at the old heartstrings. Who really enjoy using unity? That's interesting because I tried out yet, but you know unity is an interesting remix, because unlike the other flavors. You don't really have to decide what it should be because. That's all defined and I. Think unlike is you mix the other one you know just sticking with that tried and tested formularies the right thing to do because. If you've got that, you can just focus on quality. You know elsewhere Rob Van. You know deciding what you default apps are going to be what should default theme going GonNa. Be All that sort of thing. Just you know just reproduce what went before, and also the amount of work involved in making this wasn't as significant as it might have been for other flavors or remixes, rather where they have to pull together software, and maybe package it and put NPA and. Maybe, try and get in Debbie and and then try and get into that. Don't have to do that because he's already there..

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"alm" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

05:47 min | 2 months ago

"alm" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"This seems to be doing something and downloaded anything so poke around in the code. Yeah, it's pretty cool. That's really. WHAT'S NEXT MONK WELL! Things. Not Dead News unity is not dead. Thanks to. Unity remix release yes, so. There have been a few attempts making a balloon to unity remixes is a few people making spins. Responding this one could you mix which is a bit customized and has like multi version that looks a bit like unity as well as a unity desktop, but this one is designed to be over Vanilla. Just unity experience I. Think Yeah I tried it out spent in Vm and. It's you know just like it was few days ago? It doesn't look an awful or different. Obey the same and it's all built from everything in the archive. There's no PPA's additional software bundle on. There is literally just like having a gun to forty four, but. Bill alm the latest colonel, and having the latest repositories and lady software is quite a tugs at the old heartstrings. Who really enjoy using unity. That's interesting because I tried out yet, but you know unity is an interesting remix, because unlike the other flavors. You don't really have to decide what it should be because. That's all defined and I think unlike is you mix the other one you know just sticking with that tried and tested formularies the right thing to do because. If you've got that, you can just focus on quality. You know elsewhere Rob Van. You know deciding what you default apps are going to be what should default theme going to be all that sort of thing just you know just reproduce what went before, and also the amount of work involved in making this wasn't as significant as it might have been for other flavors or remixes, rather where they have to pull together software, and maybe package it and put NPA and. Maybe try and get in Debbie and and then try and get into that. Don't have to do that because he's already there..

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"alm" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

05:33 min | 2 months ago

"alm" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"Not dead news. Unity is not dead. Thanks to. Unity remix release. Yes, so. There have been a few attempts. Making a balloon to unity remakes is a few people making spins. We this one. Could you mix which is a bit customized and has like multi version that looks a bit like unity as well as a unity desktop, but this one is designed to be over Vanilla. Just, unity experience, I think yeah. I tried it out spent Alpina VM and. It's you know just like it was few days ago. It doesn't look an awful or different. Obey the same. And it's all built from everything in the archive is no PPA's additional software bundle on. There is literally just like having a gun to forty four, but. Bill alm the latest colonel and having the latest repositories and lady software is quite a tugs at the old heartstrings. Who really enjoy using unity? That's interesting because I've tried out yet, but you know unity is an interesting remix, because unlike the other flavors. You don't really have to decide what it should be because. That's all defined and I think unlike. Is You mix the other one you know just sticking with that tried and tested formularies the right thing to do because. If you've got that, you can just focus on quality. You know elsewhere Rob. Van, deciding what you default apps going to be what should default theme, GonNa be will that sort of thing just you know, just reproduce what went before, and also the amount of work involved in making this wasn't as significant as it might have been for other flavors or remixes, rather where they have to pull together software, and maybe package it and put NPA and. Maybe try and get in Debbie and and then try and get into that. Don't have to do that because he's already there. Really it's a lot of work. He's done for them and the thing that I really like about this is it was made by? A young chap who is ten years old now, yeah..

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"alm" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

05:39 min | 2 months ago

"alm" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"Poke around in the code. Yeah, it's pretty cool. That's really. What's next monk well. Things, not dead news unity is not dead. Thanks to. Unity remix release. Yes, so. There have been a few attempts. Making a balloon to unity remixes is a few people making spins. Responding this one, could you mix which is a bit customized and has like multi version that looks a bit like unity as well as a unity desktop, but this one is designed to be aboard Vanilla. Just unity experience I think. Yeah. I tried it out spent Alpina Vm and It's you know just like it was few days ago. It doesn't look an awful or different. Obey the same and it's all built from everything in the archive. There's no PPA's additional software bundle on. There is literally just like having a gun to forty four, but. Bill alm the latest colonel, and having the latest repositories and lady software is quite a tugs at the old heartstrings. Who really enjoy using unity. That's interesting because I've not tried out yet, but you know unity is an interesting remix, because unlike the other flavors. You don't really have to decide what it should be because. That's all defined and I think unlike is you mix the other one you know just sticking with that tried and tested formularies the right thing to do because. If you've got that, you can just focus on quality. You know elsewhere. Rob Van, deciding what you default apps are gonna be what should default theme GonNa. Be All that sort of thing just you know just reproduce what went before, and also the amount of work involved in making this wasn't as significant as it might have been for other flavors or remixes, rather where they have to pull together software, and maybe package it and put NPA and Maybe try and get in Debbie and and then try and get into that. Don't have to do that because he's already there. Really it's a lot of work is done for them and the thing that I really like about this is it was made by? A young chap who is ten years old now, yeah. That's that's I really like is the there is a younger generation coming through her excited to create things. Make things okay. He's remaking a desktop from before he was born. Not makes us feel old. How are we doing this forecast? Yeah, exactly! Yeah, so that's cool anyway. What's spotting well? There was an interesting article out this week. The that pose the question is should Microsoft by canonical. HOW OWN JESSICA! Yes, it's time to come round again..

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"alm" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

04:57 min | 2 months ago

"alm" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"Not dead news unity is not dead. Thanks to. Unity, remix release? Yes, so? There have been a few attempts making a balloon to unity remakes is a few people making spins. Responding this one, could you mix which is a bit customized and has like multi version that looks a bit like unity as well as a unity desktop, but this one is designed to be a vanilla. Just unity experience, I think yeah. I tried it out spent a VM and. It's you know just like it was few days ago? It doesn't look an awful or different. Obey the same and it's all built from everything in the archive. This new PPA's additional software bundle on there is literally just like having a gun to forty four, but. Bill alm the latest colonel and having the latest repositories and lady software is quite a tugs at the old heartstrings. Who really enjoy using unity? That's interesting because I've not tried out yet. But you know unity is an interesting remix, because unlike the other flavors. You don't really have to decide what it should be because. That's all defined and I think unlike. Is You mix the other one you know just sticking with that tried and tested formularies the right thing to do because. If you've got that, you can just focus on quality. You know elsewhere Rob Van. You know deciding what you default apps are going to be what should default theme going to be all that sort of thing. Just you know just reproduce what went before and also the amount of work. Work involved in making this wasn't as significant as it might have been for other flavors or remixes rather where they have to pull together software, and maybe package it and put NPA and maybe try and get in Debbie, and and then try and get into that. Don't have to do that because he's already there there. Really it's a lot of work. He's done for them and the thing that I really like about this is it was made by?.

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1111AAA - My New expanded 2

Ubuntu Podcast

01:04 min | 2 months ago

1111AAA - My New expanded 2

"On. There is literally just like having a gun to forty four but bill alm the latest colonel and having the latest repositories and lady. Software is quite a tugs at the old heartstrings. Who really enjoy using unity. That's interesting because I've not tried out yet. But you know. Unity is an interesting remix. Because unlike the other flavors you don't really have to decide what it should be because that's all defined and. I think unlike is you. Mix the other one you know just sticking with that tried and tested formularies the right thing to do. Because if you've got that you can just focus on quality you know elsewhere Rob Van you know deciding what you default APPS ARE GONNA be. What should default theme GONNA BE? Will that sort of thing? Just you know just reproduce what went before and also the amount of work involved in making. This wasn't as significant as it might have been for

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'What You Focus On Grows' -  with Russell Leak

Clara Apollo's Chi Time

06:03 min | 3 months ago

'What You Focus On Grows' - with Russell Leak

"I'm dedicated to helping others release tension and stress to create space for natural creativity. Uncovering the true essence finding. They're in a guy the teacher inside his. Got Your back at your own. Best friend really. You can check out my free resources. On the FACEBOOK GROUP. Cheer up your week and online elemental courses and weekly zooms on a cholera. Apollo DOT COM. So teatime is all about time to relax. Take a big breath out. Settle in an open to receiving the gift of communing with your energy right here right. Now we have inspiring conversations soundtracks of healing frequency. Music like this beautiful vagabond track by BEFFA dopson leaks ter- and indeed the leaks ter- in today at the towards the end of the show talking to us about his collaboration with barefoot doctor barefoot doctor is being with me throughout all of my Chico training talking about the message of the Taoist philosophy of nature and that we really know this. We understand this deep within ourselves and to me looking at the air element also brings in the awareness of the space around us as well as what we're breathing in what we're receiving an how the air moves as we breathe and speak and how the. Sans we create reverberate into the the around us. Creating ripples of sonic wave particles and and this is then received by other people's is. I remember seeker. That multi instrumentalist Didgeridoo player and Florida. That was saying that. It's so great to not just have ear buds for your whole body to receive the vibration of sound that your bones need this reverberation as well as your ears in your mind to receive the sonic frequency. So I love that. I mean the something to be said for like the binomial beats that really do need to be listened to in your in your ear bud to be able to play with either side of your brain but back into the air because the moment you know the elements got a bit bad pressed with pictures of people wearing masks being worried about catching you know. Droplets of virus and things which is understandable but when now beginning to uncover conflicting evidence and it does feel to me that we don't know what to believe and so we need to because across reference. Not just look at the mainstream media. That's coming in but also look what's going on. On the periphery you know. We are so blessed to have streams and streams of information coming in. But how do we know what the truth is? Well we coming back into this way of building truth and trust within ourselves so that we know what feels right so we know how it feels to feel safe in our bodies we can do and this is where the she really helps me. It's helped me Radi get won't my relationship is with the earth and last weekend. I ran off to the new forest. It's where I'm from in the UK. Here I had to convene with the trees. I had to go lean against the grandmother tree and feel her wisdom. Uis into my back and really get how she is always supported by that deep deep tap root and all the other routes around there but she's constantly plugged into the resource of the earth. A my goodness that shows the strength of her trunk on the Plethora of delightful greenery that she bequeaths love that synergy that exchange of air that we have with the trees the it was honestly you can get it. Lean against a tree. I know talk about tree hugging. But what about tree leaning this phrase leaning in well how about we lean into the trees and we lean in let ourselves feel held by the Earth beneath us. The Earth is always there and we send our roots down. We get a feeling of what that's like to really sense. The support as a as a child of the earth. The support of the earth is always there for us so that we can feel safe in our bodies and this sort of San something that barefoot talk about. When he spoke about his earliest recollection of what just the cosmic cosmic arm that it reverberated up through him. And we've got an example of this coming up later in the show when Russell League charts to us about his collaboration with barefoot doctor on his what you focus on grows album but this alm sense is feeling of a reverberation of the earth coming up through an into us to me. We can absorb the sense that coming into our bones that we feel the frequency the earth being received into a so that we can settle in we can feel nurtured and taken care of and can feel east and safety and our bodies because if we feel safer now bodies we're going to be able to trust ourselves more so we can land in the stillness at the center and it's this sort of stuff that we explore in my she going sessions online on the Thursday night on zoom. So I'd love to invite you over there or come over to also to the Chia your week facebook page. And we're looking at some other ways of interacting off that platform was world. But I'll I will keep you posted

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"alm" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

01:30 min | 3 months ago

"alm" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Genuine. He's genuinely acting children's village. I would the great Meta girl. Love is romance. She was implant. I didn't have proud. That was got out. You're so anyway so that I just learned recently been my son. He's he doesn't WanNA communicate now on the same way on stubborn and that's one of the things I need as a character dejected. Mine I need to reach out to. People are trying to be more open on as I know. I run from But again he experienced that yet. But there's gotta be some jeans era. Is Mom call name Memorial Alm? Something else should do that. Trying to make him feel the same way he was making. They don't get it like that. They just know that something in Liege so so he said I take anymore not thinking nothing of it walks out. He's gone hours later about an hour later. She shall. I raise this union. Come over there so anyway. She's.

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Free Yourself from Negative Thoughts

The Daily Meditation Podcast

06:28 min | 3 months ago

Free Yourself from Negative Thoughts

"This is episode two thousand twenty of the daily meditation. Podcast I'm marry medically and or welcome back to our series to release negative thoughts in each episode this week. You are going to discover a meditation technique to help you tame and manage those negative thoughts. You have a challenge this week. Your challenge is to chase your thoughts and what that means is for you to chase down those negative thoughts when you notice yourself began to fall into that negative thinking cycle stop and think about what does your thinking and what may have triggered those thoughts chase them down and then see if you can recognize what exactly your particular negative thoughts represent so if you are running through your mind the argument you had with someone could have even been an argument. You had years ago with someone and something triggered you to remember that person and that argument you might just stop and think You know at that time in my life I was feeling pretty insecure about how this person treated me or what this person said to me. And then after you've chased down that thought you could think about how you can put a positive spin on the situation to tame this negative thought you might think about how you've moved on in your life you no longer feel that same way about that person or that conversation or even if you do still feel a little irked by what was said or done you could think about how much you've learned and grown from the experience. This is an example of how you can take your own real life experiences and tame your thoughts this isn't just some positive thinking and aid you can slap on some real difficult thoughts. You might run through your mind. There is science tobacco up why in fact negative thoughts come so easily to US turns out that positive thoughts the good vibes those are usually influenced by dopamine and dopamine is a chemical in your brain that takes some time to work it takes some time to kind of get dopamine going so you can reinforce your positive thoughts or do good things over time in that really gets the dopamine flowing well court. Ah Saul on. The other hand is fast acting and its fuel. It's fire for negative thoughts and we do need this rapid action in a negative situation. Because what if just saying you were being chased by a tiger where you really want your cortisol to be fast acting so that you would instantly sense this danger. When there isn't a true imminent danger. We can create a sense of danger in our minds with negative thoughts. So that's why chasing down. Your thoughts can help to interrupt this process so you can kind of tame that surge of Cortisol you feel when you see a particular person or hear a particular news story now. You are meditation technique for today is I am free. I am free and this affirmation is how you feel when you begin to notice that. Wow this really works. When I do a thought chaser. It really brings to light some awareness. I can see where I was really just stuck in a kind of lazy even cycle if thinking and when I really analyzed it. I didn't really need to be feeling so upset by something that was said or done or I can look at it in a different light so as you settle yourself down today repeat the affirmation. I am free. I am free saying it out loud engaging your voice whisper it repeated in your natural speaking voice and especially repeat. I am free. I am free when you chase down your thoughts and realize the freedom you can create from repetitive negative thoughts. If you'd like the full half hour guided meditations that go right along with each weekly series on the podcast for two weeks free. You can try out these SIP and alm as Ip A. N. D. O. M. MEDITATION APP. Where you receive access to over two thousand guided meditations as always you are so worth slowing down for

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Forearm Strength

20 Minute Fitness

04:09 min | 5 months ago

Forearm Strength

"So you're forums as you probably know from feelings in the gym are used in many exercises things like you'll pull ups you'll rose your dad less and even your bicycles all involve a certain amount of forum strength and if you lock forum strengthen your ability to build shrimp and other pulse your body or also compromised on this is essentially due to the strong forearms are the strong your grit. You have more squeezing force when you have undeveloped a week forearms. These muscles might be the first to tire out when you're doing something like a row and you'll never actually really tax the most of your trying to work. Let you push your train chain on a dead left because you'll forearms give out too quickly so get fit guy. Brock Armstrong caused this. The Weakest Link in the kinetic chain if your forums. And letting you down. And this basically means that when we're doing something like a pull up we're not only engaging the major muscles that we're targeting. Shia back for example put up but you're also including all the muscles involved in the kinetic chain that performs the movement including so in this case your wrist you'll hand your forums you biceps on Soham. See your bike. Mont not only lots my knowledge to be challenged. If you're doing a pull up because your hands your grip fails before the muscles even start to get now reforms on tortuously stubborn and difficult to grow some lucky enough to have been gifted genes that allow for four hundred element some of the not so lucky and we have to use specialized training to build up these areas. As 'cause it's really a case of trading them hard and often some people definitely find that their forums can develop if you're just handling heavy weight and regular basis during exercise in saved not using wrist wraps for example because they getting is sufficient stimulation whilst doing that but with most muscles they can also be trained independent. May if you want to get optimal results. According to David Robson a body building dot com editor given their composition. Ristic Stanzas and risk. Flexes IS W- as well as the longer bracket radiologists the forums. All a pretty complex grouping on each be targeted with that allow for full contraction so in David's experience he's found beneficial to train forearms at the end of biceps training and on their own two days per week before seeing a proper no small results and he found it valuable to talk at the forearms variety of exercises on rep ranges to keep them stimulated and growing and training them frequently and hard. He's actually found the as LEDA upper. Body strength increases as well as the lifting Nashi making a safe transition to a heavier overall weight without the fair the forums. Going TO GIVE OUT MID set. So you're getting ineffective for Training session as leading to a safer more efficient training session for other components as well. So what exercises are recommended while I up training the wrist. Extensive extended enable the Hon to extend backwards they comprised of eight different heads on these muscles. Run the outside line for four such development affectively a number of reverse grit movements needs to be done sir. Thoughts things like Bob L. Reverse risk coils cable reverse curls and Soham now the great Texas is the Pharma's walks to build solid forearms to find anything like a weighted objects will not be kettlebells dumbbells. Even Bob Bell said the blocks tires or about anything else you can get your hand on plates and simply pick up the object assault walking for as long as you can obviously as well ups and Chin ups great exercises. You can even try hiding from a ball. For THIRTY SECONDS. Alm straights. You could do. Dumbbell wrist extensions says Bench holding dumbbell on them without lifting your own of your thoughts co the number as far as you can toward your bicep. I maintain a tight grip throughout this movement. Obviously slowly lowered the dumbbell back to neutral. So there's lots of next is you can't do train your forearms independently into really actually give them the the focus. They might deserve if you are trying to improve your your grip strength so that might sound unnecessary or you feel. You don't need to do them. You'll forums can be trained like any other exercise and they can benefit. You'll pull up shell rose. And you're dead lifts by by improving your your squeezing power and if like my friend do grip is less than you down than definitely. Give it a try

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All about TMAO with W.H. Wilson Tang, MD

Nutrition Rounds Podcast

14:22 min | 1 year ago

All about TMAO with W.H. Wilson Tang, MD

"All right in today's episode we we are with Dr Tang from Cleveland Clinic. I am beyond honored to have after Tang on the podcast. He is absolutely brilliant and I cannot appreciate appreciate more tank taking the time busy busy schedule to talk with us about. Tma Island off the research is not so thank you Dr Tank for joining us. Oh thank you Danielle pleasure to be here. Thank you so I I would want free to just introduce yourself and tell everyone kind of about what do and what your work is a cardiologist researcher well. I'm actually a heart transplant cardiologist at the Cleveland Clinic and my day job I see patients with heart failure and trying into identify potential courses and trying to delay the progression and if unfortunately they get worse I try to see where what we could do with mechanical devices or transplants and then actually take care of them after wits so obviously that's very different from my research were which is trying to prevent that from happening it is too many people heading towards the same cliff and we definitely need to find ways to prevent ben from developing heart disease and more importantly heart failure absolutely and your research is is just outstanding. We'll everything you do is incredible. The heart failure and transplant is obviously very amazing aspect because so much is changing with our different not only medical therapies irby's but now with transplant and some of the mechanical circulatory support so it's really a dynamic changing an unbelievable feel. Your research is so groundbreaking and fascinating to me so I would love if you could give everyone. There's a lot of physicians scientists and Science Lovers listened to my podcast and a lot of them are interested interest in the work you did so. I'd love if you could kind of give an overview just starting kind of about what tm Ao is an and your work and how it relates to cardiovascular disease sure so I've always been fascinated by how heart how the heart interacts with other organs and in particular the kidneys and so for a long time I've been working with a different researchers to look at how the heart and the kidney interacts and my translational research has actually headed towards that direction early on where we were trying to find molecules in the blood that distinguish between those who progress develop you know kind of the events versus those who do not aw and early on I measured a lot of small molecules that we actually know to have kind of aspirations something like the adm a is symmetric saw Janine which is really an endogenous Netra. I'll say synthase inhibitor and also different small molecule metabolite so that's actually actually where I started looking at oxidative stress and nitrogen stress and how you know kind of using blood and urine we could actually detect early triggers that can can help us identify. You Know Progressive Diseases so we have this kind of. I did that potentially many unknown substances in the blood at also tell the same story and when we first started we have a mass SPEC machine that could identify different small molecule us and we have samples of patients who subsequently develop diseases that we have collected early on with a control group of those who did not develop disease so we actually try it over and over again using different incase controlled comparisons to look at a vast array of molecules small molecules usually under like a hundred Dalton and so America weight a hundred and trying to figure out you know these sma- accused whether they could distinguish patients who have events versus don't have events events and as you imagine when we keep going this case control you know comparison over and over again using different cohorts of samples we ended up saving down filtering down you know less and less number molecules until we hit about eighteen of them only after like multiple secessions off ah case controlled comparisons and so that actually seeps out from thousands of molecules through eighteen but then they all kind of in molecular weight the we actually don't know what they are art we knew one or two of them but we didn't know the rest and and so it's a hard work of a few postdoctoral fellows from Dr Stan Heathens lab that started working on literally figuring out the permutation combination of these potential compounds and then of course we have to validate date them as you can imagine many many difference. Amok you have to say molecular weight so if you think about it literally doing trial and error at that point that was it's kind of a hectic work but then we we certainly find three molecules in these eighteen that seemed to be correlating into each other and we were very perplexing what they are so we actually focus assets in looking in a band and it turns out the all having a Trimbe Isao group so three mess me sell that linked to link together and one of them seem to be a by product that is conversion version by humans but it was generated by bacteria in the literature so that's how we actually you know mentally got into the whole field of Gut microbiome grown obviously never predicted that this is going to happen but we started to be able to specifically identify the NFL which was try Michel and and Tommy fell and oxide superbeets I mean and so this is actually how we act on that and so after that we have you know obviously other samples that had long term outcomes and we started to kind of off generate and the perspective cohort of patients who we know over time had you know so a number of people have diseases and we started added to you know analyze those ampoules identify independently identify the pro value of Cameo in those cohorts which which was independent of all the traditional sectors and to demonstrate that indeed it may be a causative factor we have to turn to animal role models and conveniently the most model that we had had the bacteria and got that produces a good amount of tm that with your Mayo we learn about subsequently because some mouse actually don't have those bacteria that makes him a which becomes very very convenient for us otherwise but we the most common laboratory mouse list electric miles and in fact it does generate a lafayette meal when they were Fed with choline rolling diet chain a really comes from bacteria consumption of substrates that we the food that we eat every day so anything anything with me saw groups that they could actually use as food the bacteria used as food. ended up generating this torturing us. I protocol brought a copy emmy which it goes into the blood and through the liver and deliver. I should convert it to Tamil so the foods that are most post high in choline and carnitine which are the precursors when they go through the microbiome to go from t t mail so these you find find highest in you would say things like eggs and at red meat yeah meat liver. You know things that actually have high cholesterol electro. It's kind of some people even called it the third cholesterol and it is something that that the other thing that we as cardiologists tell patients to avoid for good balanced diet half high choline content now just be aware that choline is important some people. I feel quite strongly that in early development we do need cold into a precursor for Coleen which obviously is important for neural zero development so that's why it's actually Africa as a supplement for pregnant women and actually consumption guidelines guidelines for that and some older patients also use Coleen for that purpose thinking that they may actually help with reducing cognitive decline fine except that obviously the data there is not very strong but I think it is important to recognize this is where we found out later and improbably interesting to your audience that another compound that is common in foot- groups is commenting which is a meet and red meat in particular and that certainly has a different type of enzymes in different types of bacteria that convert the connotation into and subsequently lead to production of TM L. so I think that's where we have the the a unique opportunity to truly understand what the environment in this case that dietary intake and different food groups particularly meet and how that impact the body's response and also the metabolites produce when eating red meat. I not eating red yeah. That's fascinating and so when did you start to make the connection between TMA. Oh and Athar Genesis Platelet let aggregation atherosclerosis things like this yeah. This is actually quite early. Once we actually got the animal models going recognized at the mouth that we use indeed indeed when eating Choline fossils you're calling in particular lead to production of Cameo. Obviously we were able oh to start using the mouse model to look at after genesis so what we do is we were able to feed the mouse with without the choline content in detail and then this is the type of mouse flex most at more prone to development of Roma. This is so call eight now mice and so studies have actually shown that with like accelerated girls and and interestingly when we were well we were able to demonstrate firstly the bacteria is involved in this by giving both anybody and see whether the the cameo levels go down which they do but also for germ free mice when they don't have any gut flora where we did them choline lean diet they don't generate male or female but then when the mouse was exposed to kind of you know the the wild meaning they start doc accumulating gut bacteria `timeo production increases and the presence of this elevation leads to more through through ask the Roma and they order and when we give short-term anybody with a triple regimen something that you know stays in the bow for the four the mice we actually found that is attenuated. All these really have a direct cost-effective this now we could demonstrate you know almost like the cost postulate that we learn in in infectious disease microbiology that the presence of the bacteria is essentially making the metabolite and obviously tm AOL is also present some food particularly fish and seafood the task you I I was this is like the number one question to ask. You is in a preformed. TM In fish does this raise your humans ends and if so is a rise from that form of TMA. Oh bad for us it actually it does in fact if you actually have you you know just otherwise healthy individuals eat a wide variety of food which people have done experiments on that the the main food component that leads doue transient rise and fall and cameo is dish and particularly but not off fish half the email. You think Judy Logically Cameo. Oh is made by the muscles of the fish particularly deep sea fish because changes the melting of the the freezing point of the muscles. I was actually the muscles antifreeze so it provides a protection for the deep sea fish so that's why doesn't look like the fish in the freezer it actually make make make sufficient up freeze and so so impact people have done a lot of work in marine green biology on on this and in fact the enzymes made in fishes muscles that actually convert TMA os well alm aw generate and also eliminate because when fish you know moves from Coda to warmer waters. Actually some of this also changed so we actually actually know that not auditions created equal to not only from cameo levels but also their fish oil levels so you actually measured him. Ill level in say you know lake fish will Shallow Water Trish they actually timmy levels are quite low in back some of them. Are you know non you know very very low. Concentrations whereas deep sea fish like called and like you know a fish that we actually tuna in you know or

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"alm" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"alm" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"I want to ask about like yoga sounds. So I wanna ask about home the sound of own when we use that y be used that. And then also chew in Incan Delaney. We use a lot, and then I know with other yoga practices. There's a lot of chanting. So I wanna know what why people chant what is important about it. And then anything related to the sound home. Well, she is just another way to activate your vibrational south. So when you oh, I mean sounds like rations, and when you owe if you experiment or any any can't really if you experiment Fitch in the volume, you'll feel the vibrations in different parts of your ATI. And so I like to find the chance that makes my heart vibrate. But other people maybe you're trying to make something else vibrate. You know, maybe the annual plan or fruit or or whatever. So so chanting in general as has that must be now, very specific. Mantras that you might chance. There are so many traditions. You know, millennia old who've identify very specific raises mantras, a call them that will activate certain types of energy. And I fully believe I've heard so many stories in watched so many incidents. I I never personally worked with a specific mantra in that sense for that purpose, but have that I sent experience, but the the, you know, millennia of people who have had these kinds of experiences with different mantras is really undeniable now own in particular is highly regarded in the Hindu tradition as unsure of people may realize, that's you know, kind of comes into the yoga tradition from that. And is revenge the primordial by version of the entire universe? And so interestingly. We talked about Evan Alexandra earlier during his near death experience in the deepest part of it. He heard that sound all that residents of all. And it was so powerful to him. He ended up all aing THAAD on because he didn't wanna use because that had so much baggage to it own. What's the purest on thing in? It's so funny me are he and we are both just the rugged by the Hindus reason. And we fight it every year to go to the Sheva non the yoga retreat center in the Bahamas feared I which is so funny because it's right next to the big Atlanta's report. Place to experience than all. Now, we incorporated on into our recording not any kind of religious reasons. But for that reason, I mentioned in the beginning that it really helps to activate your fibre. Channel state. It helps you get into the present moment and just find your center, and so really vocalizing that Alm is is a really wonderful foundation or further kind of exploration. And so we highly encouraged people Hugh home, we do have our free. Download is actually our own recording and navy about half of our reporting now actually begin with those frequencies since we find them to be such powerful foundational start some people. Find it scary. Some people can't get past their religious beliefs. And think that it's, you know, maybe not so useful lot of feelings. Around home. But to me, it's kind of a universal sound that everyone can can tap into with their own whites. And so why not LA bet I just have one last question that I would be remiss not to ask. So a lot of our girls in the group. So we have a secret Facebook group. Sorry, I'm kneeling on the ground. We have a secret Facebook group of women and men all over the world that we connect in chat. And one thing that I shared with them the four thirty two hurts as I mentioned..

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"alm" Discussed on How I Found My Voice

How I Found My Voice

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"alm" Discussed on How I Found My Voice

"Behind. True. It's been invaluable for me to keep my sanity that way, you know. And I wanted when I did dawn I set out to make kind of a mini masterpiece. Because I didn't know if I'd ever get the opportunity to again since I knew I was going up against the machine and they don't look kindly upon that. Do you think he will give an her claimed it is not one call came from a producer, and it was nominated for grand jury prize Sundance and qualified for the Oscar that year, not one call came from anybody. This was before any of the, you know, the news broke or anything like that. And and the monster had recently just walked down the street with a pink P word had on, you know, celebrating women at the women's March at Sundance, and so it wasn't surprising to me. So at the answer is I don't know. I I'm I'm a good actress. But I was very I'm a very good director. What are you going to do next finish the album figure out how to release sucks? I have no idea how when you're kind of in another call, you don't really have contact with other industries too much. And so it's been a really interesting year just getting to meet people all over the world, and and and not approaching them or having them approach me in a fan way. But in a real way just human to human way. It's been really gratifying he know for years when you're really famous you have to hire people to keep the public away from you. So it's not like you integrate people are perceived as dangerous and and threats, and it's been really wonderful to in some ways assimilate. Never entirely never entirely. We'll never conform. I hope not rose McGowan. Thank you. Thank you. This podcast was made by intelligence squared. I'm Samir Alm it and the producer was far adjusted. Join me next week when I'll be all skiing comedian, Catherine Ryan, how she found voice.

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"alm" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"alm" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Ten children of leprosy got Wilders back with us from ALM. And Scott these stories that you're bringing back from the field sixteen countries where is working, but these have just been heart wrenching to to listen to pick back up with rum. None Dunn's back it up a little bit in just about a minute left. They're here we go. Went to Hilo. I sold my cow and twelve goats I used that money for the Hilo, but he offered me. No kill feet got weakened another also developed the also was not healing. And I had to stay in bed. At that time community people and also my friends by saying, I'm Linden got leprosy. He's a leper. That one. It was a very difficult time. And I was thinking it would be better to die. Then to live with leprosy. After the news of my deformities and also the community people started to treat badly. My family members stopped supporting me, and I lost that trust. Because I used a lot of money for the treatment. Even though there was no relief the community pressure. My family to avoid me. So I was forced to live in the jungle for three years. Isn't this something that we heard this story again, and again, and again, and again doing all they could do they trust the local healers, the local we call him any witchdoctors or tribal healers, and they sell all they have and pay these quote doctors and nothing happens and then American leprosy missions comes in. And we're able to say here is the cure. Let me explain one thing. He mentioned though, he mentioned ulcers, right? And I always confused before. When I first heard it what they really mean is blisters that on your on your feet on your hands. You could have openings in your hands openings in your feet. If you don't know if your shoes on or off if you're walking barefoot, and you cut your foot. Yeah. You don't even know it because you have no sensation in your foot. So those can be open wounds. So when he talked about Alzheimer's, he's talking about an open wound on his hand or on his feet. I think I mentioned to you that there was a man who I just saw a picture of it yesterday who has lost all sensation his hands. And I saw a picture of his the backsides of his hands. It's knuckles. They were burned to the bone because he was in his into bat, and he was warming his hands by the fire, and he didn't know that his hands his skin had caught on fire. I mean, just it's unbelievable today. We can cure leprosy in five people for one hundred and fifty dollars ten people for three hundred dollars. Maybe you'd want to be a miracle partner. He want to be that thirty dollars a month for twelve months, or maybe you do sixty dollars a month for twelve months, whatever it is. Or maybe you're a person who says, you know, what I I don't know what the future holds for me. I'm not I'm not gonna say I can do this in ten months, but I want to do three hundred dollars right now, I can do three hundred dollars in a one time gift. So whether it's a one time gift or you want to be a miracle partner, which really helps American leprosy missions in the long term to say, I'm going to be here this month and next month at next month smaller amount, but over a longer period of time makes a huge difference. So you call the number and say I want to be a part of it today. Eight hundred nine seven nine one nine eight zero is that number eight hundred nine seven nine nineteen eighty eight hundred nine seven nine thousand nine hundred eighty one of the components to what American leprosy mission does is it brings families back together. And you can imagine how that would work. Imagine. A father or person like Roman done who had to be be basically excommunicated from the living area of his community. But imagine that being your child magin that being somebody who was dependent upon the care of parents to get through that part of life friends. These are the ones that are the most vulnerable, and that's who were helping and it's just imagine. If it was if it was your child specifically like, I don't I'm not saying that to just have something to say, I want you to think about if you had to physically tell one of your children that they were going to have to live outside of your home. And there was no help for you to give them that. You could not have contact with them that you could not bring them food or gifts or warmth or love or even a hug imagine having to do that to your own child. And this for the welfare of the community is something that happens repeatedly fifty two children today are being diagnosed with elaborate. Leprosy somewhere around the world. Imagine the difference. Now now that you've thought about all of that now.

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"alm" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"alm" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Ben FOX Ruben from seen it now joins us here to talk about these cyber Monday sales numbers for just a couple of days ago now, but we already have them Ben, thanks for joining us. Absolutely. Thanks for having me, Ben. So what was the total dollar value of goods sold on cyber Monday this year. And how does that compare to prior years? I have the online numbers in online. The numbers are really really good seven point nine billion dollars old Alm line up nineteen percent from last year. Useful comparison retail sales online in the United States during an average day is one point four billion huge increase in just one day. Is there any particular place? Do we have any data on kind of where the biggest increase was doing out get that granular with it? So it appears that there are two major trends that are driving the increased one of them is chopping on your phone. So two point two billion dollars up that seven point nine billion came from shopping on your phone. That's a new thing day record in US history. And that's a really really big number considering that shopping on your phone. Why a big problem retail for a long time. There's also this other thing that adobe which is basically buy online pick up in store. It's not something that I generally do. I don't actually understand why consumers by I'm sure a lot of people have very good reasons. And that is also something that's really starting and it actually really helping traditional retailers day in the game against folks. Like Amazon in terms of any particular retailers that reported really big gains in the in the year. Are there any that stand out that said, hey, we had a really? Good online black Friday or cyber Monday in general, Amazon usually has a really really strong cyber Monday. They had another sales record this year. This is not surprising at all because they always have a sales record on cyber Monday. Unfortunately, they also tend to provide some of the biggest fix so one of the one of the fact that they mentioned that's probably the only one that's really worth pulling out is one hundred eighty million items were Woodard on between thanksgiving and diver Monday on Amazon dot com in the United States. Which is again, these numbers are like so big. It's really hard to wrap your head around them. Been one of the things that stood out to me on Amazon's numbers. They bought whole foods back last year. They sold a record number of Turkey's during the thanksgiving season. And also had a record number of those turkeys delivered directly to homes instead of having people come into whole foods to pick them up. Yeah. I mean, that's pretty impressive. And also at the effort from Amazon where they're really trying to convince people to do more online grocery shopping at an area that's been a little bit low to pick up Amazon fresh which is. Boko there, grocery delivery service has been around for more than a decade and hasn't really been growing that quickly. So if people are buying more turkeys online, maybe they're gonna be to convince people to do more grocery shopping online through these types of holiday shopping, or you know, special fail things like that. Very good. Ben, thanks for joining us today. We appreciate it. Absolutely. Thank you. That's been FOX Ruben from seen it talking about cyber Monday sales for twenty eight teen Chuck the the reason that a lot of people do the buy online pick up at the store has to do with package theft. I guess it's becoming a real problem. And now, I'm not talking about just in the inner cities and in bad neighborhoods. You you're all over the country package that from the front door is is becoming like a lot currying every day. I had a package problem yesterday. Actually. So I I had ordered something from Amazon, and I picked it up. But as I was doing it. I reopened my front door to go in the door. Swung and hit the package over the railing. And so the package actually went down behind my bushes off my front steps. And so I got my wife to hold me by my feet. I reached down to pick the package up. And then she hoisted me back up over the. Railing. So that's my issue with packages that I had to deal with yesterday. It was absurd. It was quite funny for anyone driving by seeing you know this. She's holding me by my ankles, just as I'm picking this package off the railing only four feet to the ground. Why didn't you just walk down the stairs and go behind the Bush and pick up the pack. So I just put all my Christmas lights up there. So I didn't have a path through the lights, and I didn't want to disrupt the lights because I thought I'd put them up very nicely. And so I had no way to get back there. Other than her holding me by my ankles as a lowered myself down to pick the package up. That I need yesterday. Driving by took it because you couldn't miss it. She's wearing a bright red sweatshirt, and I'm just dangling over the edge there. Good thing. You married a very strong woman. Yes. Oh, yes. Is this type of thing happened to you? Frequently. More than I'd like to admit. Yeah. Maybe Bush again again again or still Tucker as the case may be the Dow rallying we've got a rally going on Wall Street today. The Dow's up two hundred eight points, the s&p five hundred is up twelve.

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"alm" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"alm" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Eight days after winning the Illinois controller reelection Susanna. Mendoza has announced that she is running for Chicago mayor she's released a video in which she describes herself as a fired up mom who wants to address problems, like high taxes, lack of jobs and gun violence, plaguing Chicago. She is forty six years old former city clerk, the city of Chicago. A search is underway to find a missing Chicago woman last seen in Baltimore Maryland. Police say Kamera Alm Altman disappeared after attending a conference in Baltimore at the convention center there over the weekend Allman is described as a five foot six inch black woman weighing about one hundred twenty five pounds. Anyone with information on her whereabouts asked to contact Chicago police about that state police revealing new details about the deadly police shooting of a black security guard over the weekend had a bar in south suburban Robbins. Authorities say amid Lowthian police officer encountered Jamal Robertson early Sunday in the parking lot at manny's blue room bar Roberson was armed with the gun and wearing black plain clothing, according to state police with no markings identifying him as security guard the officer gave verbal commands to drop the gun and get on the ground before. Ultimately, shooting him witnesses have said that Rogerson was wearing at least at the very least a hat that security on it. And those are the headlines WGN sports sponsored by northwestern football, Chicago. Does big ten team the top ten remained the salmon the third edition of the college football playoff rankings, Alabama. Clemson Notre Dame and Michigan remained one through four Georgia and Oklahoma still hold the next two spots. Three other big ten teams are ranked Ohio State holds a tenth Penn State moved to fourteenth and northwestern moved into the rankings at number twenty to the NFL has moved Monday night showdown between the once beaten Rams and the one speeding chiefs to the LA Coliseum from Mexico City. The field at Azteca stadium was all torn up. The league said it did not meet NFL standards, nor could it meet those standards by Monday. I bell will miss all of this season. The Pittsburgh Steelers running back opting not to sign his franchise tag by yesterday's deadline. The bears get back to work today. Getting ready for their showdown with the Minnesota. Vikings Sunday night at Soldier Field. College basketball, Illinois fell to George Town of the gavitt tipoff games, eighty eight eighty well wiscon-. Thompson top Xavier seventy seven sixty eight the Blackhawks back on the United Center ice tonight. They take on the Saint Louis blues are expended Blackhawks report Marcus Krueger placed on injured reserve Gustav forsling recalled from Rockford tonight's game. Six thirty on WGN..

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Chronic nail-biter has thumb amputated after developing rare cancer

Dr. Daliah

01:13 min | 2 years ago

Chronic nail-biter has thumb amputated after developing rare cancer

"So a woman claims nail biting habit linked to a cancer diagnosis. She's twenty years old from Australia. And she has now without a thumb after she claims her nail biting habit led to a form of cancer coordinate with horns that are have. It was so bad that she bit her thumb nail off completely back in two thousand fourteen notice that or a thumb had started to turn black over the last four years. She was reportedly diagnosed with Akron uncle melanoma. Which could appear on the palms of her hands soles or feet or under the nails. According to the aim at melanoma foundation ALM may be difficult to recognize as times it's mistaken for stain or a bruise under what looks like beautiful healthy skin in most cases of this AML, it occurs on the nails either on the big toe or the thought ALM can occur in anyone and is not associated with sun exposure. Now, many patients report trauma or injury to the affected area. Where Ayla was diagnosed. But the link remains

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"alm" Discussed on Mindful Living Spiritual Awakening

Mindful Living Spiritual Awakening

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"alm" Discussed on Mindful Living Spiritual Awakening

"Practice number two chanting. Chanting, again is a particular form of sound meditation. But in this case, you're participating in the creation of the sound three own chanting or chanting with others. The simplest form is on actually it's eight u m. Often referred to as the primordial sound of God. I like this champ because engages your body your breath and creates vibration within your own body. This quote is from the website, mind, body, green entitled home, what is it? And why do we chanted it describes the, oh meditation and with guidance on how to use this chant. Alm is a mantra vibe ration- that is traditionally chanted at the beginning and of yoga sessions coming from Hinduism and yoga. The mantras considered to have high spiritual and creative power. But despite this, it is a macho that can be recited by anyone. It's both a sound and a symbol, rich in meaning and depth and when pronounce correctly, it is actually out. Our actually consists of for syllables a u. m. and the silence syllable. The first syllable is a pronounced his prolonged..

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"alm" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"alm" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"That heard it. You don't have to messy pocket, solid plus they'll throw in free shipping for you. So bomb shot dot com promo code pet ALM as h. o. t. dot com. Bomb shot dot com. We're telling you about PICO, the Mako, shark. It was done something extraordinary currently. No, shark, no tagged shark knows anyway. Well. Swim, but just not forty one hundred miles away from their natural area where they started out this shark was tagged off the coast of Texas. It's now off the coast of, let's take a look here mayor actually tracking this shark in in real time. It looks like not only is he passed Virginia, he's up to the coast of Maryland that look at that now, first of all, he's exotic mission and and look at look at where he crossed Florida. How do you do that? What did he walk across? Florida? Oh my gosh. Shitty fly across Florida. Dude is a threat that's frightening that is frightening in multiple level leads me to believe that you're not safe. This Texas family that the Pistole mom isn't safe even on land because he obviously crossed Florida crust, Florida. His bad enough that the PICO is is fast as far away as he is, you know, stunning the shark world as it were, but dude can clearly welcome cross land or flight. We don't know. Maybe he's maybe he flew, I dunno. And by the way that that map, you can track PICO. The shark go to at Pat unleashed on your Twitter and you'll find the link there as you know, you just tweeted that out. Sure. And it's fun to see who's going to get eaten next. But my goodness, I wish we do. I wish we knew so we could warn them because I don't know if they're aware. Don't know if they're aware of this point. It's very frightening. Triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three some good news. Ruth Bader Ginsburg claims Scott. Another five years inter. Eighty five year old. Ruth Bader.

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"alm" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

Reasons to be Cheerful

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"alm" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

"Honestly i think he could go places it was a sort of hedging case the class' didn't look jeff earlier all right let's meals reduced i think you should do september september was the month we launch this podcast year now it's not just the self reverential peaceable exist too so that we can talk about our own moral godly is to be fatally langley if chelsea star should have some cover to suggest it isn't just that chea so us charleston other people pulled car how the whole phenomenon of podcasting why is it so successful not just thous and all of that yeah because it's so sophie launched an extremely successful podcast then walked away from it and another one that you want to tell us tell us about them it's called made of human podcast and it's i think i initiative started doing it because i wanted to figure out how to do life because i i had this idea mahathir i was going to sit down with people and be like how how do you do this being an adult thing was the answer yeah like him some tips genuinely that people must have some kind of knowledge about this turns out no one has any idea no one at the most important people in the will have no idea so it's just became a conversation with people about how we don't know how to do it and it became really nice and it ended up kind taken its and now it's as a fifty percent that figure sent being in a bit of an inch of at a renault has do adulting and life and then is also of jeff alm definitely he's really gonna hit of his rally but of us.

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"alm" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"alm" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Would have to go the referendum if they wanted to impose a wheel tax similar to i don't know the rules that now say that if you want to exceed eur revenue caps for school spending you got to go to a referendum part of the legislation would also say for the communities that have we all taxes you have eighteen months to have a referendum on that four one four seven nine nine one 620 scott in johnson creek scott your first hello good afternoon jeff alm what i would say about this topic is there i support the idea but i also think that if these gave israel imposes on local galaxies them it's been a theme will use the code thought to stay if they wanted to increase vehicle wajed vehicle registration brief how far would you take um would you would you apply to other forms of taxes as well 'cause let you right now you've got state ministry she thieves 75 box would you say that we should have to have a referendum for example if we wanted to increase the gas tax yup okay so you think that for all all sorts of for any tax increase we should at least give the voters a chance to say yes or no rep rep correct other wired whoa yucca correct otherwise if you want to go to a direct representative democracy 200 what what what wedded greater workrate weather equator live could do then you need to go to uri one guy football per all pipe packed with what right in naked at least that's consistent i mean i i you know because i i appreciate you enlist intellectually the argument you're making that is okay if we're going to if we're going to say to municipalities you've got to go to a referendum why should we say that we have to have a statewide referendum every time we want to raise taxes no i don't think that's necessarily i forget necess i still think that's a part as practical four one four seven nine nine when 620 mar in milwaukee county side marketing wtmj hello yard i don't agree with referendums in general because i would we want to.

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"alm" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"alm" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Robin williams i mean who knew that he was struggling and you work with robin williams yes i did i i was pretty from me with robin and my ex wife lesley ackerman who is the mother of faith uh my daughter is the we can't say anything better better carr's is right out there listener he's right up there go ahead okay so she's she was doing a movie about the comedians and depression she's working on this now in process doing this now she's guess like a documentary like a documentary exact it is a documentary and she's she we we went to robin williams and we went to jonathan winners to talk about their experience within depressed them younger rather than robbins of demme who you know i've never been depressed but you want to cook jonathan winners so i call the winter and i said jonathan this is jeff alm and i did a special you back in the 80s called best of friends juror remembered isa's mac exact cleveland drink or just tell us know what is this of documentary thing pain and i said well you know doesn't pay jonathan you should yeah good you know going to let you go into macy's in uh you know you buy a sweater and your she say gee i like to pay ford with a documentary well i mean but you know the thing is a jazz robin williams i remember not that long ago a friend of mine who's father was a comedy legend a meme going to go into that right now but he he said that he used to go to church call redeemer presbyterian here in new york tim keller famous figure where and he said he saw robin williams was sitting in in the pew you know he was he was there and i thought to myself wow that's interesting that he was searching you know because you never know that from when you look at some of the robin williams leaders think that he's out there and he's whatever but it it to me it was a measure the fact that something was going on that he was searching.

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"alm" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"alm" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"There's a lack of sportsmanship they're really to me is the headline of this um threatening to always take your team off the court that's week this week as we you know me alot me some of our bob avocado legacy i do not want to sign my son up for eighteen were to coach is going to think that one of the threats is we just take our ball home in won't win when we don't see things go our way because that's part of the game reason why sports is so important for young style care was porter this is because it does give you that microcosm it does give you the perspective of the real world experience which is you're going to have a bad boss you're going to have a bad manager going to have a bad experience at work you can't just quit every job because everywhere you go there you are you've got a duty situations and now like they're less osnos lately agree and uh we talked about that last week when the first time have any walked away and i said even if this were where he was said the referees were badly they just they weren't good yeah that's going to happen in life and it can't be that every time you're upset you were on it for the rest of the guys the tea they're they're sitting there the mind you they were up to like you note we just finished the game get this winter are and you can't be too or that matter they were going to go on to jam simply vegas anyway well that i don't want every time the you in life to be for my daughter that all will don't worry about because we're gonna move on any way no finished the product finished the game finished or whatever it is that this assignment jeff alm now have there been instances where you can tell referee maybe there's something going on racism something yes i eric davis was here that day he gave an example i gave an example where.

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