18 Burst results for "Adar"

"adar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:44 min | 3 weeks ago

"adar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It's the cover story of the upcoming issue Bloomberg businessweek Weekday afternoons at two eastern These are retailers that have been on everybody's radar Those Apple numbers continuing to come in On Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com This is balance of power on Bloomberg television and radio I'm David Westin Big news in the social media and the corporate world today as reports are that Elon Musk may actually be getting close to buying Twitter which he said he wants to do For a report we turn to our colleague now Ed ludlow who's really our specialist in this area So what's the latest Yeah sources telling us that the board and Elon Musk representatives worked the early hours of the morning to get a deal hashed out and that we're on track potentially for a deal to be reached as soon as today You look at Twitter shares are up 3.3 and a half percent to $50 62 cents a share That's a slight discount to the $54 20 cents per share offer that's on the table from Elon Musk It would value Twitter at around $43 billion The key piece of reporting is that Elon Musk is still receiving outreach and himself vetting potential co investors for the equity portion of this deal David Do you remember it split between $25.5 billion of debt including a $12.5 billion margin loan backed by $62 billion of Elon Musk Tesla stock but the remaining $21 billion is equity financing so Elon Musk has a choice either to front the money himself out of his own pocket or find co investors to get in on that portion of the deal but all signs are that Twitter's board is taking this seriously and something could come today So that's a lot of money $43 billion No question about it And at the same time how does the board know that that's the price that they should be selling at Because one of the issues for a board is you know they have to do shared duty to make sure they get the best price they can And I'm sorry I'm here to be better if he could hear it So I'm sorry so sorry Thank you so much for that report though It's a fascinating story And it's moved very very quickly obviously because there was a lot of question about whether he could get the financing for it We heard about that on Friday Now apparently the reports according to adar that they are getting close to a deal that could come as soon as today with Elon Musk and one of the interesting questions is how would Twitter be different if Elon Musk owned it It would be a private company of course which would be different on itself but he's made it clear that he wants to be absolutely open and free speech He tweeted just before we were on the air here saying that he hopes that his worst critics remain on Twitter because that's the purpose of free speech So Elon Musk apparently moving closer than perhaps we thought to buying Twitter Coming up.

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"adar" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

The Promised Podcast

05:53 min | 3 months ago

"adar" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

"So heavy. And that brings us to the end of our show. Thanks to meet askenazi, our genius researcher, conciliar and scholar not in residence thanks to each shelling, our station manager without whom we would have none of this. Thanks to ashibe Lee, my favorite band from Kiba together, they give us the music of his start and the end of our show. Thank you, Alison, thank you, Natalie. Thank you, Miriam. A very special thanks to Jonah cowan who this week wrote of last week's show, quote, just wanted to draw your attention to an I'm sure accidental lapses linguae at the very end where you referred to the combined length of the two adars as 58 days. I'm sure you're aware that while adar in a regular year has 29 days, the added month, which is, in fact, as some people do not know adar aleph contains 30 days and adar Cheney 29 days, creating a combined total of 59 days in which we increase our joy in this extra special leap year. I just hope no listeners will unwittingly rejoice for one day too few with all best wishes and Jonah. And you are too kind, sir for assuming that mind was a lapsis lingue instead of say a lapsis memorie or more likely a lapses intelligent, but thank you for saving our listeners and me from myself and giving us all an extra day of adar, the extra day that we deserve. We'd like to thank all of our Patreon supporters for your generosity and support. It keeps the show going and the station going. It keeps us moved and grateful and in your debt. We'd like to thank all of you out there for taking the time to listen and that's it to like us on Facebook and drop us a line. We're going to answer, then go to Apple podcast and give us a 5 star review. Maybe one that begins with this. In a way, if you think about it, the promised podcast is the hydrogel of podcaster. Sure, it's mostly fat and sugar or saccharine. But once every so often, something worthwhile comes of it, though, in truth, even that can get on your nerves, that finish that any way you want. But before you do that, remember that just yesterday, as we record on February 9th, we celebrated international pizza day, the origins of which, like the origins of the delicious food it celebrates, remain obscure, although yesterday the Jerusalem post published a hard hitting essay of investigative journalism, headlined, did Jews invent pizza, a look at the history of pizza Jewish influences. The answer to which question in the headlines that arises from the article seems to be not to put too fine a point on it. No, of course not. Why would you ever think that? Although ABBA Evan did write in his history of the Jews volume two that it was a Jewish doctor, Doctor John de sakari, quote, who in 1773 proved that tomatoes were safe to eat. But I digress. We celebrated by ordering a couple of pies from MasterChef on michonne at his spin off pizza place da pizza and also by mulling over the results of a good use of polling survey reported in Mari finding that Israelis ordered just 5% less pizza this year than the very heavily locked down prior year, that was a drop in percentage terms, though in real terms, according to the same survey, it went down from 77 million pies to 69 million pies, which in normal times would be a 12% drop, not a 5% drop, but as I don't need to tell you, these are not normal times. The survey found that 5% of Israelis prefer our pizza with no toppings, 81% of us with one or two toppings, 10% with three and 4% with four or more, Israelis eat an average of three slices at a sitting, although when you break down the numbers more granularly, then average 3.7 slices and women only 2.6. The 5 most popular toppings are olives at 58%, shrooms at 52%, then onions, 39%, tomatoes, redundantly at 21%, and then pepperoni at 18% on cushion, 11% of Israelis prefer pineapple. The religious website kika Shabbat in an essay entitled here are the 7 facts you probably do not know about pizza, reported that the Guinness Book of World Records record for the biggest pizza was set in Rome a decade ago with a pizza 50 meters in circumference weighing 25 tons for which, if you ask me, you've got a tip the delivery guy, handsomely, Papa John's Pizza in Israel, relying on unsighted probably internal surveys, published a list they called ten interesting facts about pizza of which number two was, quote, secular traditional religious and ultra orthodox people order and eat pizza in similar numbers. Fact number 6 is that 6% of Israelis eat their slices from crust to point, which is completely backwards, obviously. And 2% fold two pieces one upon the next and eat them like a sandwich. The things people do. Like every year this year, we spent most of the day admiring the wisdom of the famous Bill slot pizza postulate, though you will find it referred to in the literature alternatively as the slot supposition, the slot speculation, the slot conjecture, the slot theorem, the slot thesis, the slot lemma, the slot pizza principle, which says, as I have mentioned before on the podcast because these are the words that I live by, there is no such thing as bad pizza only varying levels of deliciousness. If truer words have ever been said, I have not heard them. And I guess I don't need to tell you that international pizza day is probably my favorite day of the year. And why wouldn't it be? But from the moment it arrived, I knew that soon like that first pizza you put down on the table during the pregame show, it had begun, speedily snarfed not to return for a whole nother year, not so the promised podcast, we will act for you next week and every week, reminding you that while there are in this world, some things you can not help but enjoy. There are many other things that God help you. You simply can not enjoy on this, the promised podcast..

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"adar" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

05:13 min | 5 months ago

"adar" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Gino or Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts Spotify That clip the video version of it is on rumble today I covered it during my podcast Please subscribe to my podcast It's free I'd really appreciate it But that video is there today Play it save it own it love it be it Remember that was a pretty woman Oh that own it Remember that to be getting in that movie Yeah I've seen that movie That's right I know turning your man card to the door All right let me get to some questions with Dan submitted on my locals account rumbles again For Goodman this week Someone said to me EJ and ten Dan funny observation I guess they watch me on Fox nation here or the video podcast Why do you always scratch your head with the opposite hand Well if you're watching this radio show on Fox nation right now or you watch the video version of my podcast you'll see I always do this thing where I scratch the left side of my head with my right arm having to can to my right ear to my right shoulder Good question Are you in the audience unbelievably observant I didn't realize you all were catching that The reason folks is my left shoulder is severely arthritic I can barely lift it over my head And I can not I can not abduct my shoulder or externally rotated for those of you who are physical therapists I can't It just doesn't work There's too much scar tissue and bone damage at the end So if I have to scratch my head I can't reach So I have to tell my head and scratch it So I really didn't know you were that observant but hey good question All right let's go to another one This is from ad Chen Coffey Dan will you consider doing a hot mic one day where the Fox nation viewers can hear the conversations between you producer jib and Mike or the break Well I address this one before Here's my fear Some of the conversations during the bike are the gyps laughing I don't know how family friendly they are But it's not just that There we go we're gonna get the COVID Goff again It's not just that It's that I do I have a I can drop some F bombs once I know I know it's not right I know I get it I always get emails I say Dan you love Jesus You talk about cheeses all the time which I do I am I'm a sinner too I acknowledge that I am trying to clean up the language but I'm afraid during the break There'd be one too many and people would be like my gosh this guy's got some mouth on him because I do So that's why But we'll think about it All right here's one Are you ever gonna do live stream events for your podcast That's from adar mchenry Yeah we're thinking about it I'm thinking about some live stream events for the podcast If I do it I'll do it on rumble There are a lot of kind of see Jim gets to hear the podcast live It's a complicated studio range that we have here but he's really the only one Him and ghee and the producer Joe on my podcast So the only reason I don't want to do a license there's a lot of kind of bloopers The blooper reel on my podcast is pretty impressive Now I do live radio and it's not an issue but the podcast is video So we're considering it And you can see some of the I guess you'd call a blooper reels up close and personal because if it's live it's alive But we have a few of them sometimes gee will say something Joel will say something or I'll say something and be like yeah that was stupid Cut that out for the podcast later So yeah we'll think about it by live events We're strongly considering that Here's an interesting one for the holidays This is from at Kirsten SC Do you have any close family or friends who are liberal My Christmas guests who have been celebrating at our House for years are extremely liberal And in spite of my efforts to have respectful conversations about important topics I've been shut down spoken to condescendingly and accused of using my white privilege and other offenses For the first time I've considered making other plans what would you do What would I do I would boot their asses right out of my house in a heartbeat I'm sorry Kirsten but these are not your Friends Really I don't know any other that's a great question I appreciate you submitting it but why would you invite people into your house that in your words shut you down don't listen to you speak to you in a condescending manner and a huge you of white privilege I mean that's openly racist talk These are not your Friends you know when I ran for office people would say to me all the time at events you know I would do fundraisers and stuff They would say I'd say hey post on your social media about the campaign and say well I can't I don't post on social media I don't want to lose any friends And I'd say my gosh you want to lose your country This is happening right now I mean there are hard choices here and it's I appreciate your question but what would I do I wouldn't invite anybody in my house who talks like that matter of fact If my children and even come home and tell me that their friend's parents were talking like that to them and disrespecting them that'd be the end of them too I'd be like you're never going back there again Careful who you invite in your house.

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"adar" Discussed on Arrowhead Addict: A Kansas City Chiefs Podcast

Arrowhead Addict: A Kansas City Chiefs Podcast

05:55 min | 9 months ago

"adar" Discussed on Arrowhead Addict: A Kansas City Chiefs Podcast

"Let guys like davison who maybe didn't have the longevity but like those years speak for themselves he was above and beyond when when you have a guy who moves like. Jamal did that yards per carry. Average alone should like signal like man. I didn't even watch him but it's not like he played behind great law. It's not like he was running behind. Willie roaf like priest. Holmes did it's not like he was planned for great head coaches. it's not like matt. Cassel kept defenses. Honest you know. The guy was playing for like a rotation of offensive coordinators. You plan for the worst quarterbacks in ireland until like read comes in the area. He was the most dynamic player to watch. It's like The chiefs lucked out to me to me. Jamaal charles was the most dynamic offense of weapon in the game when he was healthy. The chiefs have that now and tyree kill the single most dynamic offensive weapon in the game. We've been lucky. Have to in the last decade or so So yeah to me. it's. I'm with you except i take it all the way out like i'm i'm so against the hall of longevity that i think frank gore is in no way a hall of famer get that get that out of here no way not. In any season frank gore was never one of the top five running backs in football that he played so even a frank gore place twenty five seasons i would never identify frank gore as like. Oh yeah. he was one of five best that year. No he wasn't he was always. I mean he was always like a top ten back. He just played for forever and sometimes top fifteen. I just don't get his hall of fame case to me. I think he's great good to great for very long time. means he'll get into teams ring of honor or whatever's going on there but but You know to me. How many defense. How many defensive coordinators went into their weekly game planning beyond like. What are we going to do about franken yet. Nobody nobody ever like you were never like shit man. We gotta play frank gore this week. You know right. Julio jones go into the titans. I was like damn it. I don't want that guy in the titans. She's have to play that guy he's really good. I don't wanna have to deal with them. I get even when. I know that the chiefs are better than the titans. Derrick henry can record game he can record game. It doesn't matter. Nobody's ever said that about frank gore and they said that about jamaal charles. I think make excellent points. It's just absurd and you know. I don't know why we cling to this idea that that that well you just you have to play a certain amount of time where you had to have one super bowls super bowl's like those are like their bonuses right. They like their resume adar's but like the idea is how good were you there. Fifty three guys on the team like there are eleven dudes on the field. This isn't like the nba. Where like you can be so good that you can just win a game by yourself like that doesn't really happen in the nfl. With maybe the exception of patrick mahomes. Who's absolutely insane. you know. there's not too many people who could just put a team on their back. That way football it. Just schimmel charles. Todd would not play in todd. Was thomas jones in there. let's get todd's carries. Thomas jones is veteran. Leadership was all about the intangibles plan..

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"adar" Discussed on Henderson County, Texas

Henderson County, Texas

04:08 min | 9 months ago

"adar" Discussed on Henderson County, Texas

"One through week tend to me. It's like you got to continue to climb that hill and continue to get back and then we can't. What you top will you need to start peaking. And then once once you go over that he'll hours wrote and so that's what i kind of talk to them about and make him understand kinda like a rollercoaster and i appreciate the fact. You went to the old school wooden roller because yeah shaking government on you. Get all that in there. I like that. so thursday. Night second scrimmage you wanna tell us about what's going on with that yes we go We're going to scrimmage. Can't thursday night the and this changed from schedule. The schedule says the ninth. Jv started five for quarries. We're gonna put that back to six a little cooler for one. We will have to get our kids out of school early. We don't want them miss school. They don't have to push the president j. b. six or go at the same time and our varsity will go roughly between seven fifteen seven thirty just depending on what time we've been so so and that's going to be here at home improves. Field here both failed. I action bruce vaile. We love to get as many fans. Adar's popol had the concession stand open so we will loved you come out. She'll supporting and get a glimpse of your hornets. Who twenty twenty one hornets. It'll be a. It's not going to be super long We're going to go to set supplies. Twelve sets once ten sets templates twos. And we're going to play live quarter okay so two week ten days. Brownsboro i think they're coming here or doormat. Okay so prosper on the road a week from friday. Ten days she go. I know that that's been the that's been where you've been thinking all along. Yeah now that you've been here three weeks starting to a three years. I'm sorry thirty three years starting to build up some of that rivalry with ti down the road. How how's that feeling are. Is there any of that robbery. Oh of yet not yet. I think you know our kids. I paint mainly that rob which drapes the communities in great for the kids. We wanna win that game but we treat it just like any other game but you know the kids know each other and it makes lots of the kids know. It's kind of different this year. Because i haven't total new coaching staff. Swiss coach dasell there..

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"adar" Discussed on Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

08:25 min | 10 months ago

"adar" Discussed on Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

"Guys. Welcome back today. I'm doing another one of my b. l. w. basics series. We're kind of going back to basics and the most frequently asked questions or concerns that parents have when they're babies are starting solid foods with baby led weaning. I want to answer them for you here so i had a question from a mom the other day and this one is probably like when i get multiple times a day help. My baby is in eating very much. What am i doing wrong. And this is what i hear from parents time and time again when they're just starting out with baby led weaning so in this episode. I wanna go back to the beginning and explain you what happens and why your baby's not eating very much at the beginning of baby led weaning and why it's not a sign that you're doing something wrong or that. Something's wrong with your baby. 'cause this is very very typical early on baby led weaning and they don't wanna see you give up and not trust the process or go back to spoon feeding or pushing pouches or pure as and your baby's mouth because if your baby is truly ready to start solid foods we need to give the baby enough time to learn how to eat before we even start stressing or thinking about how much they're eating so let's dive in baby led weaning basics. My baby is eating very much. What am i doing wrong now. With each of these mini baby led weaning training episodes. That i do. I do two episodes a week. Mondays is always a mini baby. Leaning training episode like this one thursdays is always a guest interview with feeding expert in the mini training ones. I love to start out with a baby led weaning tip of day and the tip today is don't expect your baby to eat even anything the first few days and even weeks of baby led weaning. I generally tell parents that it can take babies. Four six sometimes even eight weeks to really get the hang of self feeding if you wait until your is six months of age or six months adjusted if your baby was born prematurely and when they're also showing the liable signs of readiness to self feed. That's the first week. Okay so we gotta wait until the ready if you've been doing this for longer than eight weeks and they're still not eating anything. I want you to know that. That's not typical but most parents reach out in the fourth fifth. Sixth week like katie. Did this baby is not eating anything. I swear i've been doing this forever. And i know you feel like you've been doing it forever but really take a look at the calendar. Was your baby six months of age or six months adjusted when you saw those other reliable signs of readiness to sell feed and you started and has it been a full eight weeks that you've been doing this and i'm talking about doing it at least one to two times a day. Some parents are like we're doing solid like every three to four days like that's not enough. We need to be doing it multiple times a day because practice makes progress right but early on. Please know your baby will not be eating very much so the tip of the day is don't stress if you're not eating very much early on because that is typical. Now hang tight. Because i'm going to be sharing with you some other guidelines for what you can expect in the first few weeks just so you know especially for those of you are just learning about baby led weaning. I want you to know what to expect the first few days and weeks. You're not like shell shocked when your baby doesn't eat very much so the first few days weeks even months. If we're going up to eight weeks right that's two months. Your baby may not eat very much and you don't need to worry why because breast milk and or formula remains the majority of your baby's nutrition early on in baby led weaning. Can we don't just flip a switch at the six month mark market. Oh my god. All the iron stores from pregnancy ran out and your baby has to be getting all the nutrition from food. It doesn't work like that. The point of the weaning process between six and twelve months of age is that we're moving your baby towards an era where you're going to get more nutrition from food than they get from milk. That's what happens around the one year mark for they also to wake up on the first birthday knowing how to do that if we don't give ample time for the baby to practice learning how to eat so please if anything if you could remind yourself during the first few days and weeks of baby led weaning of ellen satyrs division of responsibility in feeding theory. Now ellen's adar's registered dietitian. She is a certified therapist. She is an expert in feeding and she left us with this beautiful list of jobs in the division of responsibility and feeding theory. We have a job. We've couple jobs as parents. Your job is to take care of what the baby eats. And when the baby eats and where the babies so you gotta pick wholesome age appropriate foods. That's the what you gotta pick win at mealtimes babies don't get to eat all day and you got to pick the wear that safely seated in high chair with their feet resting flat on a solid foot rest to help support a safe swallow. What and where. And when that's your job but guess what the baby is ultimately the one who decides how much or even whether they eat so it's not your job when you feel bad. Oh my god. My baby's not eating enough. Guess what you're not your problem you got to do your job and eventually your baby will learn how to do his job or her job but they need the opportunity to practice though at six and seven months of age when you're just starting out with baby led weaning. Try to offer solid foods to your baby one to two times per day. If you can't if you can do more call two or three times. I give those guidelines because some families again are like. I'm just doing this every three days. That's not enough one two times a day at the beginning. Bump it up to two to three when you're ready to you should be sitting down and taking care of yourself eating a meal for fifteen or twenty minutes a few times a day. Make your babies mealtimes an extension of your own break for yourself because we never wanna leave our babies unattended at the higher. The first few days your baby might pick the food they might not. They might put it near their face. They might put it in their hair in their ear. That is all part of the full sensory experience that is learning how to eat. So even though you may be especially my dietitian mama's out there they don't get any calories. He doesn't matter. They're not equipped to get calories from food yet because they need to learn how to eat before food can make more of their nutrition intake than milk case. This is a continuum baby led weaning is a period. It starts slow and trust me after about eight weeks. The vast majority of babies and families that i work with. That's when it. All kind of clicks for baby led weaning and so often terrence reach out to me when they're struggling and i feel like i don't always get to hear like the good stuff but the golden age of baby led weaning for most babies after they've been self feeding for eight weeks or so and then the next two months are amazing. Your baby's feeding everything. You've starting to drop a milk feed. They're interested in different textures. You've done all the allergenic foods you're cruising through meats and you're like oh my gosh. This is why. I decided to do this now. You'll hit a rocky patch around ten months. We're gonna talk about that in a separate episode but again take a close look at the calendar and i know it feels like it's been a long time because you're like oh my gosh. This baby hasn't actually eaten anything in the first few days or weeks but please know that that's typical and please don't give up and please don't say oh. Well i need to finish this meal off with a pouch so that they quote unquote get enough as joe. Rapley said so brilliantly on a reason interview that we did together. Your baby is not going to starve himself. It's true they're not they're going to get most of the nutrition. They need from breast milk or formula. And if you give them the opportunity to practice eating they're going to figure it out but please don't stop or stress if you're maybe not eating very much don't count calories. Don't look at portion sizes. Don't way food either. Mom telling me she was weighing the food that fell on the floor and subtracting it from what she had offered to try to figure out how many milligrams of iron the baby was eating you. Guys that is not part of the learning how to eat process. We need to step back. Remember our jobs stay in our lane. It's not our job to determine how much or even whether the baby eats but it is our job to make sure offering the what the when and the where appropriately so if you find yourself stressing out. During the first few days and weeks of baby led weaning. Take a deep breath look at the calendar. See how long you've been doing this for no that. It's typical that most babies don't eat very much early on and baby led weaning. They're still getting most of their nutrition from breast milk or formula. Don't compare your baby to anybody else's baby give your baby lots of opportunity to practice learning how to eat. And if all of this baby led weaning. Stuff is new. I have a free online workshop. Called baby led weaning for beginners. It's all about how to get your baby to eat one hundred foods before turning one without you. Having to spoonfeed periods or by pouches and everyone on this workshop gets a copy of my hundred first foods list. So if you're all struggling about what types of food your baby can eating. Come and check out the free workshop. I'm gonna linked to the registration times for this week's workshop at the show notes page for this episode which you can find at be l. w. podcast dot com forward slash. One four five..

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"adar" Discussed on Book Echoes

Book Echoes

02:40 min | 10 months ago

"adar" Discussed on Book Echoes

"Learn the rules so that you can break them but you do need to learn the rules. It's it's pretty obvious when someone hasn't learned the roles and that's how they're breaking them versus when a writer nossa rules brixham them intentionally then finally voice and takes time to develop as a writer. But if you are a newer writer this might be a point where it's important gap free to go and that is gonna take some experimentation at some writing A lot of different jars different pieces trial on a stop to find voice and do some reading about voice as well. Now some some gas may be specific to nonfiction would be organization of information or providing. A full explanation is if you're getting feedback from readers from batteries from groups from adar's that you're not fully explaining yourself. Then try to analyze that feedback. Try to read books like the types of nonfiction that you write or read articles. Like the type of non-fiction that he rights and and see what they're doing to shore up that piece knowledge then research and many many types of books require love. research is not just not fiction or historical fiction. But no what you maybe need to learn for your next book Readers are really savvy on they will know if you have your characters riding horses for example and you're not doing all of those activities correctly. I am not going to give a specific example horses Because i actually know sierra about it really bad be making it all up from the Like everything i've seen in the movies and and that is that is a a mistake if you're writing a kind of story that really has a lot of detail because the movie sound always get it right. So that's a place who sure up your knowledge if their you're writing about things that require some research then finally getting feedback and revision. Just in general if you've been writing a lot in a vacuum and not getting lots of feedback and sell your seats in the process..

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"adar" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

06:21 min | 11 months ago

"adar" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Goldilocks scenario is. So that if powell it seemed today does that you know that sort of makes me wonder are it is is the reopening trade not as robust as seeing some any style signs of stalling there. So i was kinda confused by the whole thing. I guess because it's very hot number. And then it's fine if you pull out the used car sales or car sales and whatever. I never have quite understood how they decide on what makes inflation what goes into. It seems to be all the things that don't do go up. They don't really like those. Don't get factored in so it's sort of a lot of mixed messages out there. I m never good at rotating. Inner out of you know growth versus value and just kind of own what i like. The one thing i did do today. I did sell a little bit of facebook. This whole f mega-trade as made that position sort of grow and of a tiny bit concerned about the apple privacy issues there really potentially hurting their business elite nothing. They've been teflon for years. So i'm confused yeah. I don't think there's anything to be ashamed of being confused right now and i think you make a lot of great points. Certainly i mean yeah used car prices. The biggest spike ever adjusting the numbers and people look at that guy mingling. How do i really. Everyone knows everything. They buy costs more. The simple question is how long will that last but going back to what we own what we should own the technology stocks does a twenty basis point rise in the ten year note. Mean we should. Don't google dump amazon assuming that occurs no. I don't think so. And i think i think you would agree with that as well. I think certain stocks are impervious to cairns word before or teflon interest. Rate moves that. I think it isn't dame sedan coined a while back. I mean i don't think i don't think interest rates have anything to do with google. Success facebook success even apple an valuation names that will fall under the auspices of that An nvidia for example rates significantly higher. Maybe that takes some of the out of that ball but in terms of those the four or five horsemen that. Got us to this point. I don't think interest rates have any bearing on them whatsoever all right. Let's move on and expand the conversation a good discussion there and technology which with the exception of video you saw has remained pretty doggone hot and get more on inflation on the economy maybe bond yields and the fed chair pals testimony today joining us one of our friends and that is paul. Mccully stanton virginio pimco chief economist senior fellow now at cornell university paul perfect data. Have you on. Because you know all the stuff karen just said. She was confused by. You're probably not explained to us how we should view inflation because what used car. Prices are soaring. Do i need to worry about that in three months. Or what's the real inflation worry. I think that chair. Paul did a great job explaining doug on them. Ix today and that we've got a unique experience of reopening the economy after a medically induced coma and the demands adar's coming on much faster and much stronger than the supply side. That is what's going on. The demand side is stronger than horseradish and the splash has got to catch up. And what j. was communicating today. Is he believes in dynamic economy and that the supply shot will adjust in part related to the huge profit opportunities associated with the elevated pricing. And this will sort itself out therefore he looks at the inflationary pressures as temporary. Yeah and he believes that firmly at the same time. He's also humble in that. There are a lot of things that we don't know about this. Economy post pandemic should we as a base case scenario and then he is in risk management mode. And the most interesting thing you said today to me. Is this going to be transitory. One way or the other either organically because the supply side adjust an ice efficient way or six months out or so. They'll have to lean against the demand. Saudi gotta me. So it's going to be transitory. It's just a matter whether or not it's going to be the easy way are the hard way everything's transitory. Steven wright once said the comedian. Everything's within walking distance. If you have the time. But i mean this is a dangerous game in a way. That powell playing paul. Because in by the way your condiment. Puns need work. They don't cut the mustard. Let's talk about this. You watch the tour de france. I watch it almost every day by the way. Nbc sports and there's always this guy that goes her breakaway and he's peddling as hard out and inevitably the pack catches up tool but occasionally they don't and palace kind of play in that game. He's assuming that that guy that breaks out is inflation. But eventually that that guy's gonna burn out and to pack if you will. We'll catch up. That's the transitory nature. But what happens if it doesn't does the fed the react strongly. I think people need to react. In that scenario but i would take issue with the The notion of strongly worded incredibly low interest rates incredibly high valuations for all assets but differently. We have incredibly easy financial conditions so for the real economy. He can lean against financial conditions and wall street will crap pain but the economy is fundamentally very strong and not a sensitive now and i post covert world to financial markets as it was prior because we have fiscal policy supporting the economy. Now so. I think it's risk management. I think it's prudent but at the same time. We have to be cautious about the risk. Here going forward in the financial markets.

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"adar" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"adar" Discussed on KGO 810

"At home by saying Alexa play K G O A 10. Well, that's interesting. Just got a news bulletin that Wisconsin has now certified by which makes that part of the conspiracy Not the discussion this hour, but I just thought I'd throw that in there. I'm talking to hit our op. Aram. Yesterday's monsters is the book the Manson family cases and the illusion of parole. Leslie Manhattan has been denied parole again, Hadar. We got just a very few minutes left, and I wanted to check about what the next process is The lawyer. Obviously her attorney is not happy about this. He does say that he will take the next next step, but What's the governor has spoken. What is the next step? Well, the next step is to record to the courts, and some people have done that successfully because in the face of the parole board and the governor's sometimes arguing that there's risk in the face of clear evidence that there is no risk, the only option that you have is to go to the court. And occasionally, the California Supreme Court does reverse these kinds of decisions and finds that there has been a problem and that the evidence hasn't been looked at S O. This is the neck, probably the next step. If the next step leads to every hearing, the question is, Is she going to fare any better with the governor the next time And that, of course, raises the question. Why is it that we have this two tier system? Only four states have this extra layer of the governor having to approve the decision of the parole board, and it was added deliberately as a political issue in 1988. In fact, in the voter brochure for 1988, they specifically referenced the Manson case is saying Do you want these people to get out? Ah, lot of the laws that you now have about the return of the death penalty. The emergence of life without parole life with girl becoming so hard to get pearl. All of this is a function of these years of fear that people spend thinking. Oh, my gosh, If we don't have more protections in place, the Manson family people are going to get out. It's gonna be an uphill battle to keep them in. So a lot of the outrages in the extreme punishment that we have now in California is actually due to public fear and anger about these cases. Tell me in in the last minute that we have left here last 90 seconds. Tell me about the people who don't come under the categories that you mentioned. They were young. At the time they were being influenced. They were under the influence of drugs. Cult background, that sort of thing. There are so many cases of murderers who come up for parole who don't have that level of excuse. Do you have an opinion overall about who is deserving of parole? I think the issue really has to be a question of public safety and what we know from life course Criminology is the number one factor predicting whether people are going to re offend is their age. People tend to age out of violent crime in their mid to late twenties at the latest You little war now in their fifties and are doing time in California prison are much more of a risk to me and you in prison, incubating covert 19 than they would be in the community or the risk of re offending would be lower than the risk of people on the outside. Mm. Are you still in touch with the people from the Manson family? So there's a least one person who cooperated with me and working on the book. I'm in touch with some of the lawyers of the advocates and most of the work that I did was work just reading the transcript. So so we're going back to the eighties and up to two days after the people participating in the cases today. Um, I think at this point given what we're seeing in prison, given this pandemic, my heart just goes to everybody who has basically no control over their health and safety, including, of course, the people who were convicted of these crimes. Mm. Khadar is always such a pleasure to talk to you. And I'm glad I read the book. I've been waiting to get a chance to talk to you about it. So now we've had it. Thanks so much. Thank you. Bye bye. Adar Al Veron again. The book is to yesterday's monsters, and her work is done at the Hastings School of Law. She's.

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"adar" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"adar" Discussed on KQED Radio

"27 more at Cal performances, daughter work, Miss Pandemic has, As you know, changed our day to day lives pretty radically, but big picture down the road wasn't all looking that there'll be some wonderful things, But along the way, there's going to be tremendous chaos and disruption and a lot of pain. Kind raised all the good The bad and the ugly at the end of this coronavirus tunnel next time a marketplace to chance to see her marketplace today, and that's at four o'clock this afternoon and 6 30 this evening. Here on KQED Public radio time now, 10 minutes before three. Marco were manual with the world. The pandemic has hit small business is hard, especially ones that were already struggling. Consider businesses, for example, that cater to marginalized groups like the LGBT Q community. World's Bianca Hillyer reports on the uncertain future of Queer bars. Erica Rose remembers the first time she walked into the legendary Manhattan bar cubbyhole. I like to say that coming home do I was gay before I even said Cubby Hole, which is as small as its name suggests opened up in 1994 and since then has been a safe space for queer women, transgender women and non binary people. On Erica's first visit. She was hooked is the first time I have seen where women not only just being romantic with each other for being themselves in such a immediate and tangible way. It was a wake up call and raise alarms in my head. Oh, this is who you are, and I felt at home there. That sentiment is widely shared within the queer community. Had access to that experience is slipping away. LGBT Q Bars are disappearing. In 2007. There were nearly 1500 LGBTQ bars across the U S. Now there's less than 1000 for bars catering to queer women. The plunge has been even steeper. The number went from 31 bars to just 15 Compare that to the 63,000 total bars in the U. S and the same trying to seem across the pond. We're studying things. They're quite depressing, quite difficult. Low. Marshall researches queer nightlife in London where, since 6 2058% of LGBT Q. Venues have closed down when we were working out the figures we sort of took a moment and so off around the figures again and again and again thinking Was pretty dress that you can't be that much. But yeah, it is like in the U. S. Bars for gay men have fared better than those for other members of the LGBTQ community. Low, says Just one lesbian bar still stands in London. Nailing down. The reason for these global closures can be tough to start. Entrepreneurs who aren't men get a tiny fraction of investment money, so it's harder to open the doors in the first place. Plus Queer people get paid 16% less than sis tender straight people, according to a study in the UK That means LGBTQ. People can have less disposable income to spend on a night out. Then there are the dating APS. Queer adults are twice as likely a straight adults to use them and therefore might not head to a bar to meet someone. But low, Marshall says their research on Queer nightlife points to something bigger. LGBT Kiva News have occupied spaces that no one else wanted to occupy partly about accessibility, partly historically because of stigma. And those kinds of spaces have gone on to be regenerated or become gentrified. This year, LGBT Q bars in London have gotten extra help from the government. But in other parts of the world, that's not a possibility. No, no Adar Bo's by open big booty, a queer bar in Istanbul in 2008. After growing tired of facing harassment and judgmental looks in gay bars catering to men. I want to create something for only woman because we have no space in Turkey. Real no space in Istanbul for 10 years, the Goody was the country's only bar for queer Women. But our says it was hard to keep open. Police bothered her bar more than others. And although Adar often had a packed house, sometimes the goody didn't bring in that much cash. So a few years ago, a Dar decided to open the bar up to the wider LGBTQ community and has faced a bit of backlash from the original patrons. They ask why you change it. This is not good really was free. We must happy and 5000 bird in turkey for all people on Lee Big Booty for Woman by you change this. After the switch, Adar did start making more money. Barghouti has been closed since March, and the door is nervous about its future. I don't know how long we will stay open LGBT Q Bars in the U. S face the same uncertain road. The community is trying to help. I remember space I never knew existed. Filmmakers Erica Rose and Alina Street have teamed up to direct the Lesbian Bar project..

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"adar" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"adar" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"They did deal their final first round choice. The 30th picked the Grizzlies for a pair of future second rounders, but that came after taking to show Orders, Vanderbilt Wing Erin E. Smith at number 14 and Oregon guard Peyton Pritchard at 26 Cells, coach Brad Stevens told NBC Sports Boston. Both these guys can shoot it deep so they can stretch out the defense. And obviously, in this day and age, you're not just getting very many open threes right at the three point line. Sometimes you need to have him 345 ft. Behind the line. Both these guys shoot that easy. It'll be interesting to see how it all plays itself out. She's also took Israeli Point guard Yom Adar 47th expect Him to continue playing overseas onto today, though Gordon Hayward's decision on whether to exercise his $34 million player option for next season is due by 5 P.m.. A sign and trade feels like the most likely outcome at this point, Adam Kaufman wbz Boston's news radio, 5, 13 and back to those roads, we go. We've got traffic and weather together. Is brought to you by the Subaru Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. What he got there, Dave looking south of the city, Jim. We can see a little more company in a few spots, but no reports of problems. 93 north on Iran route. 28 Randolph, For example, a little busier and on 4 95 north, a top of the breaks that route 1 40 Mansfield. 90 five's right on time out of Rhode Island, past 4, 95 and all the way to 1 28 1 28 North is then clear from their past Route nine. And the pike. Nothing in the way on Route three between Plymouth and Weymouth and the expressway north about 11 minutes, Braintree to Boston. Lower deck and the lever connector. The tunnels, they're all clear. Heading into the city from the West. It's light traffic on the mass pike from 4 95 all the way to route 93 from the North. 93 is under 25 minutes from the state line of Somerville and 1. 20 Eights. Looking great between Lynnfield and Lexington. David Straka Lino WBZ traffic on the threes..

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"adar" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

GamesMyMomFound

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"adar" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

"You're the only link I have to Sunday I've work my life towards are I am going to go on this crazy journey and what else got to lose I- cynically thought cynically. This is not correct. The her reasoning was your fascinating. I kick it your abs out of my head so. Take a fifty mile drive that's. That's not what it was A. Piece of it right Yeah I think there's a piece of it, but now she she's definitely finds interesting. There's one CNN atop when they're on top of their. On, top of their at the library I. Guess Top of their. Diner ride. They're all sitting there forlorn and they lost all their stuff and now. What's the name in the? Right Darcy mentions our IPAD ipod three times. Remember how saying always apple of product placement you say something three times within three lines. You Sir are trying to place product Nami. I can't prove it, but that's. That's what I think. I ipod anymore, so it's okay, right? Yeah, not sites completely lost. During snaps. Adar's. Shut up much I, thought I. Took my ipod shut up. That's ripe. New talks thirty new songs. Up In this day. Be like fuck. The IPOD I got it. I'll just get a new phone download spotify. We're all. Very cute, very old technology, which is which is neat and How many songs? On what? I. Used to work at target. They were a big deal. We had him in a cage and suffer black Friday. When some idiot unlock the cases, and they'd all a bunch of disappeared, but hey really wow. Someone were to target back around that time. Maybe not twenty one, but in that time somebody unlock the case on black Friday so people could easily get the ipod. And they were right usually got the light bots very easily. We got a big high S- yeah. Remember. Came back of my head. You get your hands on a Nanno in touch in twenty seven. And then it might not have been tired. I can't remember I think he's just Loki sitting in the room and they're like I. Don't know if he's GonNa wake up again. Like that whole thing, yeah, he's in a coma or something or stasis I. Know It's from the books the whole thing where he gets tired. You have to go the own sleep like I know that's that's what. Law. Again more move the more move the movie forward. Neil put odin out of there because otherwise Odin could stop Loki. You've got to. You've got to do something without. And so I understood, but then we get to I really liked the scene when or when they when when Jane Foster and get to the camp and it looks like it's. A Little City Saint, no satellite crash. And that scene is cool I really like the scene when you go from, and he becomes solid thor. Did. Espionage yet is exactly what I was thinking is like metal gear thor? nightside authority I like this being crafty right? He has to have ground. He takes out the guards on the on the raincoat, and he's sneaking around him and again you have your fame for the video game. biggie. He's fighting a couple of minions. And then he gets the milk and the hammer is you've got the boss fight the big bad. Yeah, it was fun. I really I I enjoyed it thoroughly, and then you get. We got our first Hawkeye. Sadly No! Backup bow when he puts it away I was a big fan of Hawkeye like because of the captain. America avengers game. I came out a long time ago, so seep sixteen for more about that and. Cover the show and I..

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"adar" Discussed on Never Growing Up - The Disney Parks Podcast for Adults

Never Growing Up - The Disney Parks Podcast for Adults

16:15 min | 3 years ago

"adar" Discussed on Never Growing Up - The Disney Parks Podcast for Adults

"Now, I will say hi to. Other episodes we've talked about. I think I talked about at two Adar episode twenty five retouched about our favorites. It's my favorite restaurant, but this is awesome, Nick. And I would I asked him, I said, was you do this any totally agree with me, because a lotta times, this is all we want so they have to private rooms in California grill. It's called nap once called Napa once called cinema very original. So they serve you. So they have like a bunch of like. Like it's kind of like heavy or germs. I guess you want to think about it or tapas. There's canapes like silica heading order sushi, which I'm here for all this small plates, and in the also have a complimentary VAR. So this is why I was thinking that this kind of the same thing. So that's probably like their house like it's probably like absolute bug cut like shit. Vodka like I'll go salute. Holiday. No. Well, absolute isn't the worst. They can put in there. I mean, a high end places probably pretty good. If they have a couple of writing bar, this is a hut. And then you have your own special. Own special observatory deck for the fireworks, which is what we saw. So it's actually behind where you watch the fireworks at Calvin girl. So, like, there's like the gated off area where you go watch and in there's a drop to your death in this. There's another game at off area. Drop. Do you in? You will die. So this is only one hundred and ten dollars a person. That's not bad. I'm assuming it's probably all you can cause it's all you can eat like you're just going to like. Good. And so it's only select Saturdays and Sundays. So I can't remember. I think we were there. Yeah, actually. Yeah. It was like a Saturday 'cause we flew into Friday night. Yeah. Yeah. So. Yeah, that's right. So it's select Saturday Sunday. So you got a check and see when they are offering this, but I am so here for this, I'm hoping to do it, the old definitely Nick, and I are going to do the next time we go. But I want to do this like sooner than later because I. This is totally something I would do. 'cause it's all you. I mean, all these things down, definitely like show up Hungary kind of things. Yeah. But definitely this one be good. Right. And this one sounds like you won't be like, so overly stuffed because it's kind of like the problem with some of the prefects like if you go to Victorian, our, it's some of these ones that have like a ton of courses. I mean, even even Victoria, our it's like this, it's very, very, very tiny portions. But, like, once you have ten courses you're very full. And so this is like something where you just gotta eat it all at once. And then you're good. And I feel like you wouldn't need the male. Ox. Hey, made a log episode one but. Not even just that just, like for me, personally, I love, sweets. I know you don't but like I do those sweets..

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"adar" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:37 min | 3 years ago

"adar" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Matthew, canton is I AAA start of this season. And only the second of his career was able to get through five scoreless innings, but then he gave up a walk to Andres Blanco and Austin Riley line to home run out so left tied this game. And now it is Trevor Kelly who's coming into pitch. Our pre game guest here tonight on the PawSox radio network. It was Kelly. Telling us what each think things about his side, arm style, and he is into pitch. Nobody out nobody on the cleanup batter. Adam Duvall coming up. Matthew can't ends up going five innings plus a couple of Adar's gives up five hits and two runs. Each earth's Duval up there the first pitch from Kelly. He whips in fastball for strike one from that side arm ocean. Adam Duvall as popped out and walked only one strikeout for cancer. He walked three. Won't be involved in the decision though. Once we fly ball, the left is there only a couple of steps has left and he makes the catch Duval retired by Trevor Keller. What a way. Total of eighty one pitches for Matthew get fully to forty nine of those eighty one for stress. It was hot offense coming in that Gwynedd has they hit five overs last night. And a wonder if Billy mcmillen is sitting in that dugout thinking, boy, I probably could have gone to Kelly one battery earlier with that huge threat Austin Riley up Trevor Kelly is been so so good. This is eleventh outing of the year two in one and a one three five ERA, Alex Jackson swigging, high Detroit center fielder that Trump's way back per just watching that is. My plants when maybe four hundred forty feet. Alex jackson. Catcher. It's a solo home run the second of the for the stripers again, they are using along ball. They lead free to. Jelly tried to get ahead on Jackson. St. high that was cluber out of this yard my goodness. That was one of the furthest ones that we've seen in a series rather have been plenty now floor up there hacking, and he fails back for speech out of play. Just getting you the numbers on the side right hander Trevor Kelly. Thirteen and two thirds innings. That's only the second home runs allowed all year. Fell's another one out of play. He's betting left for the first time tonight. After facing the left-hander met Kant's first couple of times he went one for two with a single last inning. Two one outpaces empty and three runs are in. Three to stripers to pitch over the inside corner. That's the cutter there from Kelley, which has he told you in the pre-game show is a new pitch for him that he's using lifted. Got floor vote to look at it for strike three. So two. Here comes the designated hitter. Travis demerits for Alex Jackson the catcher that was his fifth home run in thirteen game since being option for the big leagues. All these stripers. Get hit it out Goldstrike one to two merit. He flew out to the warning track in left center last time, he's for to all of that against Matthew kits. You one outside fastball from Kelley one ball one strike. Travis said that Bobby Poynter was helping teaching the cutter pitches slider. That's way outside to one. So now he kept come at you from the side arm angle with a fastball cutter the frisbee slider. Anna change to one swing his fastball. Their past demerits to to. Sox led the whole game until this sixth inning. Three runs in though. It's three two two stripers home runs from Austin Riley. Alex jacks. The two demerits swings. The foul play out of the right field. So what it has? Now. It's seven homers in this series loss. If free. I mean. You're looking at a whole new ballgame. Pardon the pun in the international league this year in homers this series to high away at it is going to go to a full counts. Two demerits. Trevor Kelly trying to keep the deficit at just one. Here's his three two demerits wings. Roles at the third base line fair ball behind the bag backhanded by witty he'll throw all the way across..

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"adar" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"adar" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"To void. Tan cashmere deal. Swung on Germany. Centerfield that goes bombs away back on the track at the wall. Park. L like that. In the first inning. Cool hand Luke fills the void. His one to Detroit. He has a three-run blast at dead center and a Yankees takeout three nothing lead. And the the great job sterling on the Yankees radio network. Avoid hedge to Detroit. I love it fed tasks the Yankees won that gave seventy-two Tanaka got win over cash. Kashmir. Some other finals the battle of the two of the top aces in the league. Sure. Zor versus degrom in Washington and the Mets back of degrom won the ball game to nothing in Washington. The new Mets closer Adar Diaz who had the the monster year for the Mariners last year. Got the save in his first match game some other finals the athletics beat the angels at the Oakland County Siham in the opener for nothing. Fires over k hill. Minnesota beat Cleveland to nothing in Minneapolis, Detroit. Over Toronto in ten innings to nothing in Canada. And Philadelphia in the beginning of the Josh rather Bryce Harper era. Pounded Atlanta tend to four Aaron Nola got the win over Julio Tehran. They're still going in the top of the ninth inning in Texas. The cubs have twelve to two lead over the Texas Rangers. Also, the dodgers up the road from here in LA pounding. Arizona twelve to three in the ninth inning in that ballgame the the dodgers of at least five home runs the bay area. Native Jack Petersen two of them and Keith Hernandez is it too and Cory Seager back from the disabled list has also hit one in that game. Colorado. In the last of the night dinning in Miami has a sixty two lead over the Mariners. Another final to report. Houston beat Tampa Bay five to one back of Justin Verlander who got the best of last year's American League Cy Young award winner. Blake Snell in that game. Cincinnati with a five to three lead over the pirates in the top of the ninth in Cincinnati. Now, let's review this game. At Petco park the game summary sponsored by the Silicon Valley hair institute when you're trying to get back into the game. Think of the Silicon Valley hair institute the best in the bay for robotic hair transplants, Madison. Bumgarner for the giants against young Eric lower. A lower was sensational for the Padres. And do Bumgarner was looking very strong at four strikeouts in the first two innings, but with two down a nobody on in the third. He was facing the veteran will Myers.

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Scientists rise up against statistical significance

Nature Podcast

05:02 min | 3 years ago

Scientists rise up against statistical significance

"Class make the at the rate that the other scientists do which means this is sort of deeply ingrained from the get go in terms and statistical education, interestingly, the undergraduates who have never taken a statistics class do not make this error because they don't know the Pedo you is you'll know what statistical significance is. So when you present it. They ignore it. And just say him is a point to bigger than seven point three roles of the dumping resolves into one of two categories. And using that decide whether or not an effect is interesting or even real, Regina. And Blake thing. This sadistics should be used thoughtfully reporting all the data making cleared in certain estimates. I'm presenting p values precisely as a continuum may help avoid the problems that come with categorization. There are concerns though that humans are great group is we live in things in boxes. So whatever of results are observed human to an evidently find a category to put them in Regina, though, is optimistic that we can learn not to categorize I think as a society, and certainly many individuals were now becoming more comfortable with aknowledging, the shades of gray exist in the world. World. So I wonder if now is a very good time. It's the right time for us to be looking at P values and saying, you know, what it is continuous. So what will the alternatives both Blake and his cO offers wished to put statistical significance out to pasture. There is utility having some kind of fresh to assess the quality publications Regina has some thoughts on potential ways forward in particular. The idea of journals using registered reports research can submit their entire study in data protocol before they've collected data should submit that for peer review, and if accepted, the researchers get an in-principle publication. No matter what their results are. So that means no matter what p you I got if I've done it, smartly, then I'll get a publication many over salute. Have been proposed. But so far the concept of statistical significance has stuck. If categorization is counterproductive, then Regina things will need systemic change. You can tell people which right and wrong, and they can know that intellectually, but this around and by a system where the incentive and reward and all their peers are doing something different than it. Very hard to check them into doing the right? Ben journals and labs have been putting in place various policy is in the innovations that support using peeve Adar's as they were originally intended. And and I think that very exciting.

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"adar" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay

Scheananigans with Scheana Shay

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"adar" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay

"So that's just one of the many things that has helped me keep my stress down. And I hope it helps you to. But anyway, going back to some question. So I had some come in from Instagram some for me personally in some just in general, and I wanna get your opinion as well as mine because we said, we're different with needles. Adar's girl underscore two-to-three wants to know is it painful, and how long do the eggs last. Did you find the shots painful? So some of them I did some of my didn't Slade was really great about teaching me to put the ice pack on really just kind of freeze the area before I did the shot which helped a lot the Minna peer in particular burns. And I learned a very cool trick that like if you literally have your hand on account in your. Really making sure that it stable, and then you go really slow at the shot. It makes a huge difference. When I when you go and really fast. It's like I was I was in pain from that one. But you know, overall, like, I when I first started I was saying, bad words, like crab, or whatever. And then when I started getting closer, I was like I started changing it to baby baby baby. And like, you just you do these little tricks in your mind that you going this is all for baby. And you know, those sort of things so yeah, I mean, listen, it's not super easy. If you don't like shots and needles, but for me, I got through it, and you do you get through it? Yeah. And for me like I said, very painless. And it's been really easy. I was so nervous. I think I tweeted and posted on Instagram, and I was just like, oh my God, I'm terrified, and I don't know if I was more terrified of giving myself shots mixing shots, or what side effects were going to come from them. Like, I just assumed I would be depressed crying myself to sleep every night. Like, why am I doing this single? But I I just totally find. I was like waiting to have that bad day. And it hasn't comes are gonna come my second round or should remind everyone. The shots are only on average between eight to twelve days. Some people get tense and people love, and it's not because we have a lot of people that think that you're doing this for months. Averages ten to twelve days of injections, and I gotta tell you. I'm sorry that you want comfortable with them. I get calls all the time from patients saying, I'm not sure if I'm getting this injection like I don't feel much. And of course, when we do the tra- sounds estrogens going up over his growing, and there's eggs. So I can tell them you're getting it. But we get that all the time. The men appears the one that we sometimes get some people get some burning from it. But if you really pinch good amount of fat don't have any. If you really lean. Yes, you get more sensitive. But if you do have a little bit of Kush on you. I didn't feel thing. But putting those ice on right after I mean, it was a three second burn. It's not on bearable by animating thing. Honestly, it really is. Not like it literally is for it's like for a couple of seconds. So quit. I have not had any crazy mood swings. Like other than normal Sheena mood swings. And I was really thankful for that. The other day I had a little bit of cramping. I forgot I was so mad at myself because I woke up I was just like a little cramped. And then I was just like, oh, I was just did not just very lethargic. And then I like get myself together, I pack up my pack of all my meds. And then I like feed the cats. I'm on the phone. I leave I get all the way to the doctor. I signed and Mike cool that ice trust is on my kitchen counter. How to drive all the way back to the west side got them come back..

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"adar" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"adar" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"We're told him Brown. We're talking about Michelle's nails, which she's saying Dr. Adar their Natan valid. Look gun. Medley depends see up on black. Are you Nell girl? Do you do? I wish I was. I I use my hands too much. I just stay short and. Yeah. And neutral. Yeah. I wanna be the girl that's into. It's it's a lot. It's it you sell the nails. I was wearing earlier they the they put the really strong tape them little tab. Great great. This is the thing is that I've been working on this show for so much and then on weekends. I record my album of the jobs. I'm able to go to the Nelson. Luckily, you don't have to look good very much. Thank you. But I don't like having any nails. So I like to chop them off on the TV show personnel. Yeah. It's no what is when you started making money and show biz. What was your biggest indulgence? What was your that? You that you got thought. Oh my goodness. I'm really going crazy here with this thing. The I I bought a Louis Vuitton speedy bag. Speed is the little duffle one. If every everybody somebody have Lubaton is probably the first one. Yes. And I felt like that was arriving. Right. Because I mean when I was in high school people have fake dollars in alley, and it just weighed is kind of all. Swayed on. I was waiting and when I make it, you know, 'cause it's all about getting stuff it when you were kid, you couldn't have satisfied when you were kids that was the first big purchase found and twenty thousand dollars soon as my rent is doing I don't have to think about. I used to always think like that. I still haven't. Yeah. Like three times. 'cause I was like I wanna keep it. Nice. So it's probably still in the dust bag like in my clawing that carry the worst with that all by something just to be like, I have it. No, no. And I say this all the time if you have bath bombs for them and take the back if you have fragrances or candles, put them on all even if it's only for you. And we talked about earlier that health is wealth. Also, you know, understanding how valuable you are to yourself self is. So now, you took that that that leap when you found out that you had type two diabetes, and you take care of myself. Yeah. You take care buddy L. And I do I take care of everybody. Yeah. No. You're you mentioned your father had some dementia, and what do you do for that? How do you is there anything you could do to prevent it? Well, earns about it, it's really like your there's like calcium or some kind of positive happen in your brain synapses. So your brain is trying to make the connection. Scott's just discuss some deposits that. It can't do it. So. Been lots of talk about you gotta eat this. And I don't know how much of it is true or not usually by the time. The person has it years that they've done something. They shouldn't have been linking diabetes. Right. Exactly. Because it's all deposits inflammation. All that. And then my Granddad past Alzheimer's, so it's right Attari too. So my dad is not technically Alzheimer's. And I'm hoping it never becomes because it doesn't have to just a dementia has just regular memory loss. Everybody has it has certain age. You forget what your keys are that kind of thing. My dad was diagnosed with it because they do like a cognitive test..

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