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"adidi" Discussed on TuneInPOC

TuneInPOC

02:42 min | 8 months ago

"adidi" Discussed on TuneInPOC

"And we were just talking about the firearms industry. They're creating this perfect storm for this type of extremist terror to proliferate. Gun extremism has really become a recruiting tool. It's an organizing principle. It's a fundraising tactic. And that's how they get these young white men through the door. And it's actually often through an online meeting. Like in the case of buffalo. And these conspiracy theories that we are talking about right now because it seems to be what these gunmen attached to. Many of those are originated and propagated by the gun lobby. And the point is to stoke fear and to recruit new members in their base. I also want to mention that white supremacy is not a mental illness. It is an ideology. It is a choice. When a white supremacist has easy access to guns, the logical outcome is what we saw in Buffalo and mom's demand action volunteers have been ringing the alarm on this for a decade now. These extremists show up at our meetings. They threaten us. They are often open carrying. They want to intimidate and silence us. And we're really at an inflection point in this country. We have to stand up to this dangerous extremism that is putting communities and children and generally our safety at risk. And I really think women and moms can be clear voices for sanity and safety. Okay, I knew that many folks love peloton because it's a fun way to get your heart rate up. And it is. But honestly, I am loving it most these days for the way I can use it to get my heart rate down and help calm my mind and calm my body. In addition to countless yoga classes, peloton has over 20 different meditation themes, including breathing, sleep, empathy, deep relaxation, kindness, witness, healing, gratitude, relaxing, patience, and many more. Even if you have just 5 minutes to dedicate, there are many guided meditation options for you. My favorites are any meditation by adidi Shah and I am partial to her ten minute relaxation meditation. We can all use some more relaxation. And the kids even sometimes do these with me. So it's a really fun way to start your day or end your day. Right.

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"adidi" Discussed on TuneInPOC

TuneInPOC

02:42 min | 8 months ago

"adidi" Discussed on TuneInPOC

"And we were just talking about the firearms industry. They're creating this perfect storm for this type of extremist terror to proliferate. Gun extremism has really become a recruiting tool. It's an organizing principle. It's a fundraising tactic. And that's how they get these young white men through the door. And it's actually often through an online meeting. Like in the case of buffalo. And these conspiracy theories that we are talking about right now because it seems to be what these gunmen attached to. Many of those are originated and propagated by the gun lobby. And the point is to stoke fear and to recruit new members in their base. I also want to mention that white supremacy is not a mental illness. It is an ideology. It is a choice. When a white supremacist has easy access to guns, the logical outcome is what we saw in Buffalo and mom's demand action volunteers have been ringing the alarm on this for a decade now. These extremists show up at our meetings. They threaten us. They are often open carrying. They want to intimidate and silence us. And we're really at an inflection point in this country. We have to stand up to this dangerous extremism that is putting communities and children and generally our safety at risk. And I really think women and moms can be clear voices for sanity and safety. Okay, I knew that many folks love peloton because it's a fun way to get your heart rate up. And it is. But honestly, I am loving it most these days for the way I can use it to get my heart rate down and help calm my mind and calm my body. In addition to countless yoga classes, peloton has over 20 different meditation themes, including breathing, sleep, empathy, deep relaxation, kindness, witness, healing, gratitude, relaxing, patience, and many more. Even if you have just 5 minutes to dedicate, there are many guided meditation options for you. My favorites are any meditation by adidi Shah and I am partial to her ten minute relaxation meditation. We can all use some more relaxation. And the kids even sometimes do these with me. So it's a really fun way to start your day or end your day. Right.

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"adidi" Discussed on Devi Mahatmyam(Durga Saptashati)

Devi Mahatmyam(Durga Saptashati)

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"adidi" Discussed on Devi Mahatmyam(Durga Saptashati)

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"adidi" Discussed on Papo no Auge!

Papo no Auge!

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"adidi" Discussed on Papo no Auge!

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"adidi" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"adidi" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

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We figured let's start a podcast and call it. Nfl ix played where we just answer all the crazy questions. We get about football all the time. There are a ton of those questions. Dd we can go through team. Dame's like how the buffalo bills got their name or even came up with the skycam is that is actually a really cool idea. Answers to questions like that and more every thursday. Come join us for the. Nfl explained podcasts. You can find it on iheartradio app or on apple podcasts. Basically wherever you find your podcasts. All right guys. What can we say a landslide. Victory for governor gavin newsom in california california. Good morning just a moment. I've been waiting on right here. So thank you steve. I walk the minority in this country to be aware of something that you have awakened the sleeping giant that we are now awoke awake. Signup in hill. We're waiting all elections now right. We involve all of them now. Commissioners judges we. We are now await for all of them. And you have yourself to think you know because of your sheer blatant attempts to steal an election in your blatant tips to constantly ignore the majority and what they not what they won't just what. They need inconsiderate attitude towards the less fortunate. Now we are wide awake for all your new tricks. All you'll shenanigans all of these little things you pass in texas laws on all that suppression mess or my role to me. These are our rights as citizens. These are rights as human beings alienable. You've taken them. You're not getting them back. You know you're trying to take him and we're not giving them back. Let me put it that way. Yeah we're not giving them back right. We gangster now we matter we. Jeez with this week we against the sea. He we case too because this you don't think black lives matter we finish. Show you some see. I'm telling y'all and i said it in the last election in the big one. I'm telling you if you want them to think that black lives matter you got to show them that out vote matters vote can affect their power their position and their money. And that's all they care about when you sit up and you take something as basic as mask and vaccines and you politicize the that that shows you the level that you will go to when you let ted cruz in texas. Just laugh and continue to this man. All the politicians i've ever met in my life. David duke included. This is the one that i despise the most because of his cowardice. I can't stand a coward ass man if you sit up on this talk about my father and my wife and then you turn around and lick the man's boots that talked about your father and you and your wife man. You can miss me. You can miss me l. But you through david duke in there. That's dave see david duke. At least say it what he will Is it the kkk got. 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"adidi" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"adidi" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Really yeah over a hedging. We were being so reverent and because this was a totally different culture than ours we really wanted to be respectful and stuff. And i think we went a little too far in. It wasn't fun it was. It was a little too quiet and calm and it didn't have a lot of energy time lanny like you mentioned earlier. Born thing they did this stuff and it was over you know and it was like this is it. We've let's just empty minds and just redo it without any serious notes. Who were just like. let's just have more fun with it. Have a good time with that. Tell this story keep the respect and it turned out great. The second time this much resume. I don't know if we've walked away from now. Have a full disclosure. We have a amazing research is just game helps us do kind of like bullet points and pulled from different sources and helps to pick topics. 'cause i also do another show called stuff they don't want you to know That we five days a week. We do two episodes ridiculous history every week. So it's nice to have a little bit of research help but we dig ourselves as well and contribute and it's sort of a collaborative process. But i think there were a few that he pulled that we may be never did because they there was one was about like some german folktales around christmas or something like that was so like just grim and dark and depressing and ring around the posey moment. It really was and it was like. I think we were just like you know i was just wanna miss we. I guess you're right. We did walk away from. we did. Walk away from jack the ripper not to be too martius about it. There's lots of i mean. There's a lot of excellent scholarship on. This is probably one of the most well documented serial murders in in this era for a different show though it has a different show. Yeah and then. Also you know it's We didn't we precious about it but it's kind of callous to be like hey. These people's lives were horrible. They died in horrible ways. What do you do net. Walk a wocka wocka. That's terrible and so we. We've i think over time Me and this guy have developed. Sort of a spidey sense for that kind of for that kind of thing because you know you you earn the trust the report of again the most important part of the show the person listening and they're extending i would i would argue as most valuable currency of this time which is time right your personal time in world bigwigs never-ending information make it worth it and if you're if someone's trusting us to to properly convey a story into travel along with us for a few minutes then we don't want to trick them that's like hopping into an uber to go down the street and you're like holy. Why are we going to montana and the dove active. That's really totally true delight. We said earlier about fine. You can speak french all you want. it is about that connection with the audience. And you could get these we didn't. We don't have like the monopoly on weird history stories. there's other podcasts. Have done the same stories. We've done we have a sister. Podcast called Stuffy in history class. We initially fantastically initially. Were like trying really hard not to cover anything that they'd covered but then we realize it we it's different it doesn't matter it is our perspective and it's going even if someone enjoys that show they can hear us doing the same episode topic and it would be a completely different version of it. Even if like the facts are all true. It's like a different version of that story. That could probably be valuable or at least entertaining in a different way comforting in a different way. No one owns a story. No and that's what. I'm saying that what we want to make sure we continue to do is approach everything. We do with that empathy and connectedness with the audience so that people continue to hang out. Yeah cool Speaking of the audience high. We were wondering if y'all had any questions for us as there's a microphone. That's going to be coming around. I'm sure you're used to this by now. We're recording virtual so be clear pick pleased. Hey everybody i'm adidi king kavala near the host of nfl explained it's the podcast where football fanatics come to learn everything they always wanted to know about football but didn't know who to ask they can ask us now. Of course we're going through all of these topics adidi. And i know you and i are so excited to start. Disseminating nothing but football nuggets. Well it makes. I've got questions of my own like. Do you know why the packers named the packer do that. It has nothing to do with pacman and it has everything to do with cheese. Not cheese with me. Meat-packing it was packing company. That put five hundred dollars up for the uniform. Or how about this now. What the constitution actual catch in football. Which i would imagine all my years of covering college. Football is a different answer now covering the nfl and unfortunately. I don't think that we will possibly have enough time to figure that one out but the point is you're going to be able to join us every thursday to talk about every interesting detail about the game we love. It's nfl explained. Listen on the iheartradio app on apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts stories that are affecting the black community are being covered on the black information network. Not a show or a podcast. Bin is twenty four seven news network covering stories from a black perspective. Listen to the black information that work on the iheartradio app get news four and by the black community anywhere anytime keeping you informed keeping you engaged the black information network and b. i n. News dot com four decades. This area has been a hotbed for paranormal sightings. This is a strange place. This part of the country about it just doesn't feel right strange things we're having him back then and strange. Things are happening again now. Something this other worldly corner of southeastern massachusetts the bridgewater trying iheartradio and grim and mild presents. Bridgewater starring michel collins. Melissa ponchio and nathan fillion created by aaron monkey and written by lordship and listen to bridgewater now on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to podcasts. And learn more at grim and mild dot com slash bridgewater. Hi my name's colleen and my podcast is not almost there. It's not funny but it's Kind of like uplifting motivational inspirational. And there's a couple of moments we had this guest and we plan for it. Do i research everything like that. And this one guy whose father had passed away which was a pivotal moment in his life. 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"adidi" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"adidi" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Is the thing. That's tricky about range because we have to remember. These are just these are electric vehicles. They're scary but they're still electric vehicles. Is that that. Forty kilometer range is not Is not round trip right so really. We're talking about twenty kilometers if you want to make back right that correctly. Well i mean. Correct me if i'm wrong. Drone operators out there. I think that means the rains from from which you can operate it from whatever station located it. I think that's what that means. Maybe completely off base. That makes sense that makes sense because you need some kind of repeater signal to extend it then Okay but they can get up to ten thousand feet. That's the height where they can get up to. Isn't that illegal. According to the faa doesn't that Breach some sort of limit set for drone use. I don't know we've talked about it. There is member of this because it can do. It doesn't mean you. You should do it. So i'm not saying that's what they're implying. But yeah it's weird man. You see the video. I highly recommend watching the video of fully for the soundtrack And of course. The creepy robot birds but They're just kind of hovering around very innocuous. Were playing it for doc Or where she was on with us and she literally chimed in and asked if it was a joke because it seemed like it was a joke Largely by thanks to the amazingly schmaltzy soundtrack. But it just seemed like based on all these countries we had around fake birds that maybe someone was like pulling our leg but no it is very much a product altitudes limited to four hundred feet for private drone operators by the faa. But this feels like their business model for the bertram company is to sell to people who can get around that sort of law or doesn't apply to them. I'm sure if an airport uses it. Then they would have different different standards but again it's a brave new world nurture. How would work. I am almost certain though if you had to guess. I am almost certain that the solution to the lower end of the battery life is to just make it look like a nest right it. Just make it look like oh wireless charging like literally like those things you put like pads you put your iphone down on and it charges a the burgos in nests for awhile and that's brilliant ban. Y you do you crack them friend. I think the people who actually are. It's probably already figured that out is it. It is a weird situation though they launch from this little catapult system and then they get in. It's super shot slingshot. They pull it back and release it and then it shoots and then it kinda takes wing. Yeah and but then when it returns it comes right back to where it took off from where it took off. If it's in autonomous mode he. I was wrong. Ben is a fifteen kilometer operational radius so fifteen kilometers from wherever you're control station is so then that forty kilometers I guess is how far can travel. Maybe you're right. I just don't know how well it would be great for us to have one to test out just putting that out in the universe avis the drone bird company. Other joel embiid the model. The seagull was the model. Is a avis. i believe right. Yeah is it. How do you say at eighty eighties. Davies they make sense like as bird Yeah they have all stuck guys crazy we are. We're going over time. We're gonna stop now in commercials watch the skies because the birds are mostly real for now. Hey everybody i'm adidi king kavala. Mikey i'm in near the hosts of nfl. Explain it's the podcast where football fanatics come to learn everything they always wanted to know about football but didn't know who to ask they can ask us now and of course we're going through all of these topics adidi and i know you and i are so excited to start. Disseminating nothing but football nuggets. Well i've got questions of my own like do you know why the packers named the packer juno that it has nothing to do with pacman and it has everything to do with cheese. Packet not cheese with me. Meat-packing it was packing company. That put five hundred dollars up for the uniforms. Or how about this now. But like what constitutes an actual catch in football which i would imagine all my years of covering college. Football is a different answer now covering nfl and unfortunately make. I don't think that will possibly have enough time to figure that one out but the point is you're going to be able to join us every thursday to talk about every interesting detail about the game. We love it's. nfl explained. Listen on the iheartradio app on apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. The stories that are affecting the black community are being covered on the black information network. Not a show or podcast is twenty four seven news network covering stories from a black perspective. Listen to the black information that work on the iheartradio app and get news four and by the black community anywhere anytime keeping you informed keeping you engaged the black information network and b. i n. News dot com. I wanna give back to being a mutt community group. I want continue having a soccer season. So i can throw parties again so i can go to her. Party's it really be nice to dine in instead of getting delivery for a change so i can feel safe and protected for myself and my students we each have our own reason for why we're getting vaccinated against cove. Nineteen what we are spe- visit get vaccine answers dot org for information on the cove in one thousand nine vaccines. It's up to you brought to you by the ad council.

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"adidi" Discussed on The Sunday Scaries Podcast

The Sunday Scaries Podcast

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"adidi" Discussed on The Sunday Scaries Podcast

"You've probably heard me discuss my sunday routine for but if not. Here's a refresher for you. I like to wake up and immediately make a cup of coffee. A splash of almond milk and suddenly. I'm on the couch with some early morning. Soccer on lately doing some work for this very podcast. I go in and out of checking the tv as supporters get more more or less excited as launch approaches visions of a large deli sandwich. Come to mind maybe turkey on sour dough with some sprouts red onion avocado mayo and some cracked pepper. Tabuk a lethargic afternoon then leads to into an early dinner where we unwind for the night in our own personal panic room. Of course certain things go in and out of my sunday routine maybe a trip to the dog park and afternoon. Boredom beer some paging through the sunday new york times. But if you notice there's one thing missing in a why wouldn't say it's a sunday. Must i will say that. A lot of people can't make it through their sunday without it. of course i'm talking about working out. I'll be the first to admit that. I became absolutely insufferable when it came to my peleton throughout quarantine so much so that i i coined. The term sunday sixties. Where i do a sixty minute ride every sunday. No matter what these days my waistline and peleton history would indicate that. I've ditched that part of my routine for no other reason than just pure laziness but truth be told working out still isn't something i always love doing. And why do love the endorphin rush more than really anything. There's something about a lazy sunday being glued to the couch that just simply can't be matched at a hangover in there. Will you can pretty much guarantee that a river runs through. Makes it on my television before. I even get a thousand steps in that day. These my friends are the worst hungover workouts are. I is something i used to do. But i can no longer stand and that is running. Generally speaking running grinders game. It's not something you can simply pick up where you left off. And if you're operating on a mid grade hangover there's simply nothing worse but you can sweat out all the bad stuff from last night. You might respond. Not only is the science behind that completely false. But there's a point about five minutes into a hungover run where you question every decision you've made in your life six blocks from your place and you begin wondering why you ever did this in the first place. Your heart is beating your barat sweating more than you should be in. Your legs feel like jello shots. Yes it's okay to turn around. Just delete the run from strada and act like it never happened. Our next is one that i've only lightly dabbled in but i've dabbled enough to know that a mid range cabernet definitely does not pair well with yoga. There's a moment when you find yourself in the middle of a yoga class the map beneath you and to people with six packs on either side. There's a realization that you're officially in over your head somewhere during your first downward dog you can feel all the blood rush directly to the front of your hat and suddenly all the advil. He took prior seems to be going away. You're sweating so much that you wonder if you're actually in a hot yoga class newsflash. You're not your brain can only think of three things and three things only. When can we do childs pose again. Will anyone judge me if i do corpse pose for the next twenty minutes and finally one if i just get up and leave no. You don't have vertigo. You probably just didn't need that. Third martini at the group dinner last night. We also have something that for me falls in the same categories running swimming laps on the surface swimming. Some laps seems like a good compromise. If you're looking to get some cardio in at some water the mix and things just feel kinda downright refreshing that is until you're a few lengths and feels like your lungs are about to explode out of your chest. You've got old dudes lab news. You begin to question your breathing techniques in. It feels like your goggles are sucking. Your is out of your skull. There's water in them but it's also possible that just an accumulation of tears because everyone is literally underwater. There's at least no one watching you if you give up and walk back into the locker room unfortunately that may be the only silver lining when it comes to swimming in. Finally we have one that may be the worst of them all and that's a group workout class. I'll be the first to admit that. I don't know who berry is nor have i been doing his boot camps but i'm sure they're wonderful but if you're out until last call and you drag yourself to one early the next morning. I can pretty much guarantee that. You'll be berating yourself. In the first five minutes whether it's a spin class group run or maybe just a group of friends who get together at the park. Do some working out there simply too many invested parties here. You feel like giving up well peppy. Tina has something to say about that. You wanna leave early. Have fun literally never returning due to shame that you feel afterwards scared. Doing a box jumped because your head is spinning from accidentally drinking five old-fashioned last night. I'm sure the scrape on your shin will heal and a couple of weeks. They say that scares loves company. But i don't think they're referencing a workout class here. The one workout. That's perfect for hung over sunday around the apartment. Well look no further than a simple meditation. I've been relentless using my peleton app with former guests adidi shah. 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"adidi" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"adidi" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

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"adidi" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"adidi" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Opinion one way or the other Yes the circumspect removed jeeves ish Editorial position. yeah. I mean he. He's like jeeves. Jeeves were an ancient druid warlock yes yet because ultimately we we come to to learn that he is either some sort of an ancient druid warlock or perhaps perhaps a demon or the devil himself or or something something from beyond. I don't know it. It could go either way but but there's a lot more to shed well than just butlering so tom gets home with this frog that he caught in the graveyard and he's like he's like okay. I wanted to the secret of the living dead. And and i guess chadwell is like okay. Maybe he should know maybe not But the frog seems significant. Can you explain the frog me. I've seen this movie multiple times than i don't understand the relationship between the frog and the power to come back from the dead who i i. I don't really have a clear answer but we see actual frogs. We see of course. The wonderful frog amulet. That comes up that. I when it first appeared onscreen i audibly gasped. It was so oh to behold wonderful jewelry so. Tom's mother is like kids. Should we tell him the secret of the living dead. It could be dangerous for him and chad wells like it won't be dangerous for him if he's protected with this and then he gets out this necklace. That's got a frog on it. And i think chadwell has a ring with the frog on it as well And then oh and then there's like the frog firm beyond there's a dream like sequence involving a mirror that casts no reflection and within that smoking mirror of a colt weirdness. We see the form of a frog. So i don't know if that is the form of the force from beyond is is it conveying information or as the was at the is that the former the destroyer and the picture. I don't know so many questions but the frog is a repeating symbol. And oh yeah it's it's good. It's there's a lot of frog action in this and it absolutely works. There's also a wonderful scene. Where when tom and his mother i made up they start waltzing around the living room. They've got like a sunken living room and they're dancing and she's like tom. Now i you know. I think the police are after you. And he says the word mother is fuzz. she says She says you don't be careful. You're going to end up arrested. And he says the word mother is busted. It's weird. how he's you know. He's having to educate his mom on the cool lingo. But they're living room is really hip like maude living room with. They have this cosmic like black star skate. Behind the colt seance table and then there's a fireplace and there's a weird modern furniture going on it's a. It's a strange strange living room. And i love it. But ultimately in this whole sequence. Tom has tom. Has this weird thing where he goes into the the curse it room and faces the magic mirror and ultimately finds out the secret of the living dead by overhearing his mother and it doesn't seem like much of a secret. The secret just seems to be that you have to to become an evil dead immortal. You have to kill yourself and truly believe you'll come back from the dead. And thomas i guess he's. He's convinced this. I don't know that i'm trying to remember what specifically convinced him. Maybe was the experience in the room. Like encountering other worldly weird magical things but when he he's terrified in the room like there's there's a lot of terrified acting going on while he's in there but it's not long afterwards so he gets out of their wakes up and he's like all right. Let's do it Definite mortality bring it on right and so the next day. He's ready he's ready. He's ready to become the lich king so like we said earlier. Every outlaw biker. Movie has to have scenes of bikers riding around knocking things over. You know they see stuff that's vertical and just their eyes go read You're you're not gonna be vertical for long. And so they ride around in the town square knocking stuff over in a in. A scene of chaos and mayhem that will That will culminate in tom. Driving his motorcycle off a bridge to become the evil dead right he watches up on the bank and their two children there. And they're like look and so then after this we get a seeing. That is one of the best scenes in the movie. It's the funeral for tom which they have at this stone. Circle that You saw on the opening of the film which they called the seven witches. I don't know which elements focus on first but this scene is so great maybe the folk song so there's one of the bikers Who again these. They kill people. He's also like sweet singer songwriter And he plays this song that goes on in the world never knew his name but the chosen few no of his fame. It's really good and You can find clips of this whole song on you. Look around for it but yeah there's the folksongs going on that that's wonderful. Just also the whole premise. Because basically what's happened is after he. After tom died. Abby came to his mom and said hey. It's sad that tom died. We would love to bury him in our way to our customers. According to our customs it's you might wonder what is a traditional english biker. Funeral well balls. I guess being taxidermied atop your motorcycle and then buried on your motorcycle in grave like an enormous grave. And in this case that isn't the grave like adjacent to the hinge. It's right in the middle of that. Yeah which seems this seems like this would not be legal the authorities. I do not think they would let you bury somebody there and on a motorcycle law motorcycle just on it reminds me of the actual practice of horse burial where for example you might see an ancient scipion warrior buried with his horse. I think this this practice is common among people more in sort of like The indo european and central asian regions throughout history where you know strong strong horse based cultures people would sometimes be buried with their horse in some way and here. It's like that but it's the motorcycle instead of the horse. Yeah it's it's great because he's just sitting on the he's just being real still on the on the motorcycle in the grave while they're playing the song and then all and then of course you get to see the hinge the stones behind them then also. There's a smoke stack in the background. Yes and i just love that. Shot that shot deal so seventies britain i love and the the song going on the lyrics one point. This singer goes and he really got it on. He wrote sweet machine just like a bomb. I can't think of instances of people riding bombs except in dr strangelove. Is that what he meant. Maybe so i mean the time the timeframe would work or maybe. It's british biker. Lingo that we're just This loud if you live phone and the free iheartradio app. You have thousands of podcasts. All in demand the you can binge anytime you want from anywhere. You wanna listen. We love music too. 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"adidi" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"adidi" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Good h. b. c. You news out of huntsville. Alabama alabama am university recently received an unexpected surprise and anonymous l. Allom an anonymous alum gifted the school with nearly two point two million. You heard me two point. Two million dollars that was the largest in the institutions one hundred and forty six year history. The donor also included a letter of gratitude. Thing this is my university. And it has afforded me opportunities beyond what i could have ever imagined. It has been my life's mission to make a sizable investment in my alma mater. The letter reads the graduate also challenged other alumni to who can make a similar gift to do so nice. That's all right. Take care of your. abc us. I wouldn't crush on other people. Give your money you command me into i love. It supports age. I love it. I didn't know. I was gonna do a story about my donation. But i mean i didn't june really won't bring it up. You're so modest. I mean gosh. I mean i did what happened to just you know just lie just taking entity is called. I can't tell you why. Relations more of the steve harvey morning show coming up thirty three minutes. After right after this. You're listening to morning show. Listen we all love ice cream. But there's ice cream and then there's jenny's ice cream janis has unique flavors like brown butter almond brittle a butter cream ice cream with golden pockets of karen and crunch and bramble berry crisp ice cream. That tastes just like a fresh berry. Cobbler topped with vanilla. Ice cream all made from scratch. No synthetic flavorings or dies. Ice cream is great and jenny's makes it better find. Danny's one of a kind ice creams including gluten free dairy free flavors at scoop shops and grocery stores nationwide and online at jenny's dot com. That's j. e. n. i. s. dot com. Hey what's going on guys. mike. And i'm adidi kabbalah. We love football so much. We figured let's start a podcast call it. Nfl explained and we will answer all the crazy questions about football. We get all the time. There's a lot of topics that we are going to get. Two questions like how. The buffalo bills got their name even came up with the skycam is that is actually a really cool idea. Come join us every thursday. Nfl explained premiers september. Second and you can listen on the iheartradio app on apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. About.

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"adidi" Discussed on The Wisdom Podcast

The Wisdom Podcast

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"adidi" Discussed on The Wisdom Podcast

"So these generation in which now a is the one is allowed to meet it right powered do engaging that stage in that stage now. One understanding fully that stage with one his studied the i set continuously in his understood. Habu of dying occurs. In how the parole system of the worm accords which elements dissolves into which one for someone and then Because one here has to at least mentally die to an old self to that cell. Phone is grasping on his dan. Neil stallone to be born in a different is to boren is adidi to be born in a new boom. These checker mandel lead the world. A which is made sublimated. Id elements made the sublimate representing supplemented elements sublimated coastal sublimated person presenting a couple of couldn't himself so so one of the things about So we went through the third chapters initiation chapter now he would sorta entered into the fourth chapter. Which is the generation stage. Prediction states is there to gain to place. These habitual prim facility. The along right. Everyone lives to they. Were thinking of yourself all the time as an ordinary police when actually you're the buddha so you have to replace these old habits of looking as a sinner world is this ordinary will made of disrupts in mountain in. We'll sell business. Were the physical the decaying so agents along. But so you're replacing it by new hubby to put a fancy fees. Close to the children's because you can still see if telling you know not yet today in your development of practice but at least you know beginning to slowly replace this this loop capitule propensities but it's looks like just thinking julia and you. Would you be who the decisions. Also buddha rockies. You're the who would but did by engaging inch to efficiently the creating madonna. Your mind is debt that creates this and not all to see her. Be seen buddies with you. Know what's each color represents. Then you create think you're in the world creating a new world with of course you're sustaining the same time that even there too is not that the everything else Ended and also your developed the developing of bush while you're doing and sing tenure developing the show that he takes enormous amount of Bielecki to concentrate to create monday. Look with seven hundred. Indeed fees right that may Different faces implements in. So but so you have died today at your old self. Any being born is a new self as submitted being as deities as in the body is like made out of the fish. I think he were danielson. Here you lewis. I'm here yeah. Yeah so so. This is we have this like out world and in a world and that's come from impure comic wins and so we wanna read Think about ourselves about ourselves in a pure way based on wisdom and so there's these practices one of the unique practices. Those hoping you talk to In this creation stage regeneration stage practice in chocolate is the dock retreat so given. You explained what we're trying to do. What is the role of doc retreat in coach chuck in at this point of the practice. Yet it's an important food is southern southern opportunities today actually done stairs sometimes even five five years of fifties. If you want to create the wolf to be so scared they can basically visualize the tire mandela with all the details with in the right place. Right kodner In so long because of turkey's is not to serve other. Brits did come to your perception during.

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"adidi" Discussed on Slate Money

Slate Money

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"adidi" Discussed on Slate Money

"Not in the service of the really big picture which is just having the economy in the country that we want so it's like china's cracking down on companies like alibaba or dvd because china's worried about inequality. That isn't the sole reason right. That's certainly can be part of it and some of the sectors but i think for example adidi. I mean you see concerns about in information security like the chinese government doesn't want information on its citizens being eventually housed abroad being accessible to regulators. Other people abroad so that concerned by itself. I think what was at the core of. Dd got that concerned. With dd you've got more of the equality inequality concerns and economic growth that play into something like the predication crackdown and even on food like the news. You saw this week with the new food delivery regulations to make sure that they share more of the prosperity with the workers and take care of them. So you see that inequality elements coming into play there again. So it's a range of concerns but they all really. All all roads lead back to beijing right in terms of what the government's priorities are how they want the economy and how they want the system to run and if there's any sector if there's any company that's running it follows that they can bring them into line very quickly. It's just the risk for investors is. Do you know coups next. And what's going to happen when the stock market is selling off which like no harm no foul. Let's go sucks go down. I love this idea like obviously the way that nation states work is the independent countries work. It's that they have a state monopoly on violence and now we seem to be coming up with a parallel to that where the ccp is basically saying we want a state monopoly on private information like we want to know everything we want. All of the data about every single chinese person and it all comes through to us and if you run a company you need to share will that information with us but also at the same time that or the flip side of that is. They're very suspicious about any foreign government or foreign listed entity having that information because they want that monopoly. And i i see a lot of what they're doing here is basically a part of the twenty first century information economy. They want to really centralized the amount of information and data that they have a make. Sure that no one else has. And it's how to do that in the sort of vibrant competitive capitalist system by china wants to have information on its citizens and it doesn't want anyone else to have it. It's certainly not the united states and its rivals so right. That's part of the concern. This is going to sound kind of obvious. but it just occurs to me that china's concerns and maneuvers. I mean that's what communism kind of is and that's why capitalists don't like it. I mean they're taking action against private companies because of other goals and it's creating instability and people don't know what's going on and this is what free market types of warned about for ever. It's sort of interesting to me. Yes so the big question for me is put aside. What's happening to the stock market right. There are chinese billionaires and if the chinese billionaires become chinese hundred millionaires than fine and there are people who are invested in chinese stocks and they could lose money if you had the equity value of chinese companies goes down but have we reached a level of chinese prosperity. Hit this area which the point at which the chinese government can basically say. Look we know we have dislodgement okla growing middle class..

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"adidi" Discussed on Cubs Weekly Podcast

Cubs Weekly Podcast

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"adidi" Discussed on Cubs Weekly Podcast

"Planned on doing it on thursday morning. You'd planned we figured. Hey by then cubs. We'll have a win well. They actually do have a win. They won wednesday night. They finally got the monkey off their back. The eleven game losing streak is history. It definitely will go down in history as one of the longest losing streaks and in franchise history but andy being out there wednesday night for the game watching alec mills in this offense and everything come through what stood out to you most about the cubs ending this dubious streak of to me. It was really. This was a complete win. This was kind of like the cubs team we had seen in. May this is the you know when when the team was rolling. This is kind of the team that we saw right. You know we saw alec mills go out there. Five and two-thirds. You're probably could have gotten that last out if if ross would allowed him and got in the quality star but you know a good starting pitching in turn to the bullpen to to shut things down they were they were dominant over the last three and a third innings So that was just kind of what. I saw an timely hitting seven seven. Hits with two outs two or seven. Rbi hits with two outs So just a lot of time la- hitting a lot of a lot of good patients at the plate a lot of good approaches. Where they're taking things they're taking the hits to the opposite side of the field. I mean it was just really good to see The cubs that we kind of had seen right like in the eleven game losing streak anthony. Rizzo alec mills both said it. You know there was a lot of things just weren't going their way when when the offense was there. The pitching wasn't there when the pitching was there. You know the offense wasn't there you know it was just you know it seemed like everything which is going against them in this game. It seemed like everything went for them. It started right at the beginning of the game. You know kris bryant grounded adidi gregorious. You'd think are two out in the first inning. The zach is going to be dealing indeedy. Dd glorious fumbled. the ball. Chris blankets on base Than the offense starts rolling. And then wilson chairs two batters later hits a line out. They throw back the second and they originally called chris bryan out on replay. He safe you know everything was just going the cubs way and it was. It was good for the cubs to kind of get those breaks to get back on the winning track and not does not to say that it was all because of the breaks that they won They definitely created their own magic. But it was. It was just good to see an overall cub's performance like like we had seen earlier in the season yet. I'm with you a hundred percent. That was actually what i was gonna say to me. The most is that that got the brakes. Things went their way. Because like you said. I mean ross said it probably just about every day of the stretch of the eleven game losing streak. That things weren't going their way they were getting some bad breaks They obviously weren't playing as well as they are capable of as well But yeah now you don't things we're going their way and they made..

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"adidi" Discussed on Here's Something Good

Here's Something Good

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"adidi" Discussed on Here's Something Good

"Hi this is malayan. Veer and this kim as a rally and where co hosts of seneca's conversations on power and purpose brought to you by the seneca women podcast network and iheartradio. We're launching a brand new season of this podcast. Which brings you fascinating. Conversations with leaders like two time gold medalist author and activist abby wambach and actor producer entrepreneur justin balboni among many others. Listen to senegas conversations on power and purpose on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get podcast look into this episode of. Here's something good. Production of the seneca women podcast work and iheartradio each day. We aspire to bring you the good news. The silver lining the glass half full because there is good happening in the world everywhere every day. We just need to look for in share it. Here's something good for today. The pandemic has changed a lot of the simple things. We take for granted every day. We're learning a new way to move through the world with covid. We're all spending a lot more time online. Instead of doing the things we used to do in person remote learning remote working even remote parties. But what about remote medicine today will hear from two experts about how to get the most out of telemedicine. Dr adidi josh and dr reza. Lewis are two physicians who've done recent research on the rise of telemedicine and how it's changing healthcare in a post covid world. Here's what they had to say. Thanks so much for joining us groggy. Here thanks for having us so first of all many of us are working from home and now we're also getting our healthcare from home. How telehealth expanded during covid. Well this is the the. I would say that. Well i'm just gonna go back a minute and say that telehealth is actually existed quite a long time for a few decades at least and it was mostly used for hard to access areas obviously during the pandemic there was a quick need to decrease our exposures an increase the access to care that was lacking because a lot of clinics closed and so for that reason it became the obvious answer to try to deliver healthcare in a really difficult situation. For that reason we noted there is a huge surge in volume a huge surge in the types of telehealth that was being used more specialists. Were using it. More different types of healthcare providers were using it and what are the advantages for patients and using telehealth telehealth or using technology for remote medical encounter has become inefficient solution. Certainly during the time of the pandemic and even before that we think that it's even now being recognized because of the pandemic however the advantages have always been there. It helps for people that have limited mobility their own physical mobility in terms of home in terms of residence. It can help people that would otherwise have to travel very very long distances. It helps the clinician when meeting a patient by a telehealth with triage. Can everything be taken care of via telehealth visit or to someone need to be seen in evaluated in person. Finally it's just frankly convenient. We know that getting appointments with specialists certainly with primary care. Physicians can be difficult so it just adds convenience adds the ability for patients to seek quick safe care it might be useful to think through the different types of telehealth also that exist so like dr lewis mentioned when patients are at home. They can initiate a call to see a clinician. This is probably the most common way that people think of it especially because it was used a lot during the pandemic or that increased access to care that we mentioned however we used it in other ways to also improve patient care so you have the ability for your physician. Let's say they're in the emergency department or their clinic to access a specialist and a good example of this are tele stroke patients so places that do not have a neurosurgeon or a neurologist can call in for a patient that might be having a stroke and the other clinician can have the specialists look at the patient over video evaluate their radiology and then be able to give recommendations for care. This allows not only for better care for that patient but the clinician to able to understand what they need to do. An at times are able to keep that patient within that hospital. That may be closer to them. And what is the deciding factor. We should be thinking about in terms of determining whether you should have remote visit or in person one. I would say that. In general that decision can be made in a different and a couple of different ways so firstly when patients are at home and they don't want to come in which happened a lot during the pandemic there were many patients. I saw that is for too afraid to come in. They didn't know if they needed to and so for them. To just as call into telehealth is really convenient. They can speak to someone. We can go through their symptoms. We can look at their history lua brief physical exam and then determine yes you can stay home or you need to come in just having that type of information is really helpful for patients and then of course there are certain types of care that are really good for even just staying at home you can do follow up care our surgeons here. Jefferson use it quite a bit for people who've had surgery they're low risk and maybe they live quite a distance away and in that way they'd be able to do their post op visits over tele-medicine people who have lab results and you to discuss With their physician that may not necessarily need an in person. Visit a repeat. Vitals is are all really great ways to use it and so sometimes i you know we recognize that patients may not understand when and telehealth can be used versus. It can't but even having that first visit can give them that idea and lastly for our listeners. How can they get the most out of telehealth. is it. There are a few ways that we could suggest first of all one aspect that we think people don't appreciate is that there will be a physical examination. And so ideally the person calling for telehealth visit has an open space where they have mobility where they can move around. The reason this is important. Is it that we can visualize the patient and examined certain parts of the body. Depending on the reason for their call to that end we ask that. Please please please please. Please do not call while you are in your car and certainly not while you're driving. You should check your technology ahead of time just like you wanna make sure your app works. You should download the app. Ahead of time reboot turn your phone off. Turner bonin or your your ipad or your laptop to make sure the technology is set. You wanna to check your camera. You want to check your volume in your audio settings also just like any visit with the clinician. You wanna make sure that you have your medical history prepared. The great thing about a telehealth is that you can take photos and upload those photos. Those can be photos of your medications. Those can be photos for example of your wound or for the animal bite or for your twisted ankle..

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"adidi" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"adidi" Discussed on No Agenda

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"adidi" Discussed on No Agenda

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03:14 min | 2 years ago

"adidi" Discussed on No Agenda

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