18 Burst results for "Allsteel"
"allsteel" Discussed on Mango Kush Podcast
"You know i i'm trying to. I'm trying to be too wet to politically correct on this. You know i'm trying to chill might in the sense like i. It's it's really a slap in face. You know and and i think i'm a little bit more because again you hear more bled to acquire old help. Haiti help haiti paid. And it's like yeah that's true and all but thing about the administration that we put in an office then they may even helping their own american so white. What makes what what are you. They're going to do for another another. Hate it country that they don't give a shit first-place ally rushed to help them like come on now. That's not going to happen. Shouldn't show antibody expected but the crate and people expect biden to say something that is like i mean i think he may say something about it but it's like realistically i mean. Even if he does say something about a now he's not gonna do anything about it. You know it just the same the same whole thing and we're going to show about that. We have so bad that with the whole town who sleepy the big sleep. The sleep meister joe. I'd just i. I don't i don't get that. I really don't like this the same same admin. That'd be put in office and we're asking them to do something for for for they. Don't do some bill for black. You're right now so we'll gonna do some outside make inside me so we're not doing our agency. Could we not going to happen. He's gonna have to. I don't want to sign for them but they're going to really have they're gonna descended on two feet 'cause underage unfortunately it ain't gonna be america mother exactly like they always have one hour say though about them they have all been resilient is in the country and i don't know much about haiti that since outside of just you know here saying here or there but i think he really just kind of look at some of the stuff really identify was really heaven to them. You be like damn. This country has called hail. Allsteel standing is over applause for that one really do well. There's laws for people to pay attention to how fast the democrats that the haitians the f. f. outta here like planes they would have the amtrak tickets and everything first class but also again the democrats. Screw the haitians once again and this is i'm i'm definitely lack of the grand gos- podcasts but all you have to do a simple google and the history of the haitian americans And just the haitians with the democratic party warriors. Now because i honestly i hate nation but the the dams that the damn the democrats i mean they don't they haven't they haven't done it. Dan fungal the damn country. In my opinion there's always crying wolf though always always always always. I like there was crying like some doing them. Bear on knicks dirt behind ariel dad back. You know. I'm not saying. I'm not saying that armed or saw a republican. I'm at the point. Now everybody's fucking bill and it's everybody's go live at how ships go. Hey there's one hundred over here we're we're going to vote on at we're gonna outskirt and his land right here. We're to hold territory. Dow you you hundred people can go. Y'all got ten dollars to. I want to hold your township cool every arch freedom barter amongst each other and leave it at that and you have your own little your little militia under each thing and keep them over. 'cause all this sages democrat still pardon on who dan. Well i look at like this. It's still it's still this shitty that that somebody else like a harp should too much versus like like dale. Like you literally purity understand this shit we put a nigga in office will goes because it elyssa almost i really wanna go in on a whole vote in a whole of the make a show it. Just it just. Bs been lives bravo. But that'd be another horse burger for.
"allsteel" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"Show was about you get it from pizza populace. I was a doubter. So we're doing show. There was ingred town too and they came through with the seafood. Pete's live on stage. I had to eat the pizza. Gotta say i had low expectations. Going in it was was it. It was never gonna end it again. South i would never. It's not as bad as it sounds. This put the detroit style pizza in theory extra pepperoni extra sauce. I am i'm that sounds great to me. Now take extra extra extra. Don't have an nba team at saint louis. So you never got. Try st louis style pizza. I remember jason. Tatum was rooting for it. Apparently it's like a cracker crust. Really ride for their local pizza. You doesn't care people from italy pizza. We're not really competent. Care about pizza. Live and then this nameless caller second question would you hook up with a roommate jalen. I'm sure you have thoughts on. This share mind quickly. I would not hook up with a roommate. None of no. You've lived there. I would not do that. However if you're attracted to your roommate some tells me your roommate has attracted friends. So i wouldn't have got my roommate but you can use. That roommate is a conduit to get into a network of ladies that you can run through. That's my advice on that one and the key keys keys. He got the keys. Any gas standing ovation. Reg cold standing ovation. You gotta take a sip out today. By the way i'm about to pick it up like run dmc. I'm under pick it up. Like i'll cast boy. No doubt big voiced three stacks. Red man red man. He used a key word. Run through many teach you something young man. Maybe teach you something young man you living with your roommate. That's one word business Soon as you start sleeping with her it becomes personal. I don't care whatever word. Come out of your mouth. I don't care if you're just communicating that this going to be one time. I don't care if it's still seeing where young allsteel see last night. You're were ever. If you ever sleep with her you will never have a girl over there. That's not ever friend go ahead. Yes lebron her off. Friday and then bring home on sunday. See what happens doors and you said this is the best you know when you said jalen even know you did it. We started saying. I got the keys keys the keys. That's the problem that she got the keys. She literally the keys. Got the kids. She told me whenever you want. You can't do that. do not do this. Do not do this. please don't do it. We're going to end the pot on this one. And i know this is this thing gonna take no time with you. Had to give one up lobster again your haircut islamic question easy easy presser beloved pieces around the world. The lobster delegation with celebrate lousy. Lobsters hold meetings or just talked trash about jalen rose by the lobster lobster circle get together and we're gonna do this. Jalen rose guy. He's killing ranks. I had you. And i decided jalen rose. I'm eating more lobster lately. Trying to treat myself and i've had to loves his last two weeks. You know what i decided. You know what i figured out about. The clause is easily.
"allsteel" Discussed on Gun & Gear Review Podcast
"And i'm assuming that the multi cam and the other is going to be also black lakshmi. Five hundred i. I can't remember what the most canvas must be rubbing nice to you know. I do backpacks i. I'm not to prime minister or snobby. Say when do a A messenger bag amigas stretch. Strap that to a backpack strap that You know like arrange bag you're carrying if you need some extra room to carry extra stuff now as you're going through and i'm like going you know i can actually strap that to the co-pilot seat and use it to to hold a pens notepads and other crap that i don't bank beat around the cockpit will climb the to so i actually had a displaying ralph. I had the walking sticks in it so clearly whole lot and one of our pictures we did was. I had a glock. Nineteen a few mags. Like a basic med pieces fit zipped up. It's like a little range bag minus isan ears. The price on those is ninety. Three ninety five when they get back in stockholm. Assuming that's what it was before. So yes ma'am that's that's exactly right. Well it's kind of like you said in the beginning they try to make stuff that you know. Normal people can afford. So that's that's good. Yes so that was the boogeyman chest rig. The bag in the straps and the gear. The gear pieces looked like the extras are like ten bucks apiece or something. I i close that window so they are nothing super expensive. And everything's under right and next up. We have the scorpion ego six inch hand guard now. Ms rpm this is one hundred seventy ninety five. I really you know. All i can say is i like the looks of it Since i don't have a scorpion ego. I can't really say much else about it by that. That looks like hey it really does. Yep we got 'em lock all around. It's not the it's got the fo suppressor so if you want to go for the micro look. Sec puts out but then you can easily take this off if you want run a regular muzzle brake or if you run a suppressor. We have our cutie We have a flat one angle. That works if you want by optionally Perfect place to put a little hand. Stop is still keeps abby dexterous charging handle if you wanna do. I have this way. So i can do the the h k style on this air soft gun but you can also have on the left side for the charging handle now. I think we plan coming out with his top piece. Which is separately whole held in by four screws as a color option with a pick rail but for now this comes in black red or and it's only for the pistol version. I know people asking about either a micro or a car being but right. Now we've just this'll that's okay so you go to pistol version. Yes it and you're done have a nice day. Yeah but yeah these all the and they have to get carbon no choice but you can still put the The sick brace on the back of the Scorpion desert still technically right in most states. Don't come states yeah okay. It's to hockey fifty things. Yeah for sure guy. I don't really have any questions about it. I mean i. I like how you kept how you could either do or left charging we maintain that feature this. Yeah and so my actually the one question i have is. I'm assuming that is that your finger. Stop on their on the video. Yes that's kind of what i figured Which is good to know because it kind of gives me an idea this actual size of it. So if anybody's looking for a finger stop hands. Stop they can check out the video and We have tons of these handgun attachments. No and one of our main things for strike as we have the link system. Because we're able to have our price work on both key. Which i know it lost but people sucky mont and m luck so are we can work on both as aiding says link. It starts with mink elian k. It's both m walking cute. He might which is licensed by one thing. You have the multiple handcart. Yeah that's that's cool especially because you know. I think i finally got rid of all the key mod stuff but i may still have one key montvale floating around in somewhere a little bit. Something that's right about a few rifles back in the day. The came chemo. And i'm like. I don't wanna i don't wanna change the barrel the anger because tucci exactly now of course if you had one of the quick attach hand guards like strike industries makes. Tony happens to have then. Then it would be a lot easier but hey that's just precision and adverts on your rigor precision. It's own this guy. He's yes yeah you know and we. We talked about that a while back. And it's really if you have like a adjustable gas block or something it's kind of difficult to get to you or if got your barrel short. Us oppressor you can or you can get to the back of the suppressor. If it's tough up all that kind of stuff so to go along with that. Which i'm pretty sure you just took off is the oppressor light amazon. One hundred and nine ninety five on that and was i correct. And that's what you took off or was it the yes. So this is our latest blast shield which is called presser This comes in black red. Blue and fda this just for reference is our original suppressor. So sorry. I don't know why my camera focusing but the original oppressors allsteel and it's got the latching the turn latching locking system the so our complaints are the man's from our customers is was that the the allsteel presser which is almost ten ounces really heavy and so we developed a presser lights which was not only the locking system was simpler but also the weight was three slider viel ounces people pound sauce so still steel core but the outsides aluminum and then also because the outside aluminum we're able to energize the color so a little style so reference. Now you got the presser and the presser light and so three apps different and it works on. All our sim compatible sl muscle devices and also the desertec and the and the x. Use are seen system so you can put this on desertec as well nice. Yeah so the the main thing with our our presser is now. There's lots of blasio's out there. And they deflect everything forward the but the way we designed ours with ports and everything it keeps as much as recoil mitigation as possible from the muslim vice. A lotta other brands bla- shields they pushed so much ford. Because there's just solid walls that you're getting more recalled back on your shoulder but with our ports and stuff actually hold as much as a record action as possible. So that's our claim to fame for this. That's that's nice now so you basically get one of these you also need to get one of your muzzle devices. Yes yes to go with it. Which of course any of them. It sounds like yeah. Our muscle devices. Go anywhere from thirty forty to fifty bucks. It's not a huge commitment to go with ours and like for example. Rj is it really does work as a recalled negation muzzle device. So get jay cop for like forty bucks. Presser light for ninety something and we're going to go for a.
"allsteel" Discussed on Security Now
"With its columns labeled vulnerabilities associated slash assign. Cvs's attack type descriptions. He has his a column titled it's n. t. l. and again right. Where in many of their andrew are yup and then also he has how it works in a nutshell and basically he just goes through all the things that we talked about Petite pa- tam. Serious sam print the problems he has to that we talked about. That hadn't been named that that that have now been given name by the security community school sample and remit remote potato. We've talked about all these things and it was just heartening for me to see that i at least was not alone. In this overall sense. I came away from july with which i've been conveying through the podcast. That not only was july twenty twenty one an unusually rough month from microsoft but that would appears to be emerging is a long term problem with microsoft's legacy protocols which is i noted last week or allsteel enabled by default just in case someone might need them and that some of these problems work as designed or as kristoff terms it in his column where there is no cv. Because it's not a bug it's a feature so yeah you're not going to assign a cv. Something that's works as it's intended to and that isn't going to be changed so there is a larger. Take away from this. That i just wanted to make a point of. It's probably the case that the. It staff of many enterprises have become accustomed to assuming that whatever's wrong with windows will be auto patched as soon as microsoft can get around to it and while that might not be soon enough as it was in the case of the proxy log on debacle with microsoft exchange server. Early this year. Microsoft does eventually get their machines. Patched so applying updates is clearly critical but the shift that july's revelations of significant problems which all work as designed creates means now that simply applying microsoft's.
"allsteel" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus
"With a few just magical days up here. It's been awesome. Excellent. And we've had well, we've had a few bed is but a few good days Dan here where the was end workwise as well and In. Other worlds not the same as with everything after the covert. Ongoing covid Saga that continues to. Haunt Zoll and I was just thinking back to my. My silly dies at university in some of the silly things we got up to and the postion who are now working miceli Ra might lay mock that time get to too little pranks. That we used to did when we went through university and I'm sure that. The paper did some pranks that your union? Addenda why but I was just thinking of on that happened went wasn't monotone so on. During one of our in Devean sort of let the head in celebrations in the old vic school here at Melbourne. which is this really also this nineteen seventies nineteen eighties of PEPs had sixties building tiny bet at five stories hawed such failure allsteel looking. At looks like something out of the Russian Federation I'm. Apologies to out listeners in Russia. For that in from the old days and. We flew having a good little party down in the common room and I how it occurred but we had A. Poll was his name and his now very well respected vet as most of our as a from that year his is floodplain the piano. We had a little piano in the student common room there, and somehow I have I did it I fit the piano into the lift. And this is a vital story for the pretty pretty. Small. Lift. His. Bid like lobby lifted typical hotel united small or I've read saw his hotel where you'd have two or three lifts you know in a row the salt would want probably fit fifteen people really squeezed inanimate I many just ways at that piano in there and put it sideways in there and. Fused with politics in there and Poe was tinkling the ivory. Zahra. pedantically just press a button to the top floor the rooftop, and then come back down again, and we had balloons in there and a few drinks and it was getting married and Mare and We went to..
"allsteel" Discussed on M&A Science
"Topping at on. Is the lack of an impairment of goodwill impairment indicate success or conversely if you were to have permanent, you know with that lady down the Pakistan Hey, this deal wasn't necessarily success fuller. You know again, your math is a little different. So when you look at your market cap and how it's grown over the years yet I'd like to say that these activities have been pretty successful. You know it's a really interesting question. So a lack of impairment doesn't necessarily mean that it was a really good deal are all it means is it wasn't a bad deal and that's sometimes it's fine. You know like somebody said before like you know I hate to use the baseball analogies but. Hitting a single is not that doesn't be a home run every time it's okay to have some singles in there. The second part of the question is actually a really fascinating hypothetical that I actually had with our CEO not too long ago before this and I'll give out actually give the live example because it was real deal is clorox ten years ago bought business called burks bees was an excellent business and we liked it and it was you know it was one of those where we kinda backed off because everyone liked it and we just knew we weren't going to be aggressive enough to actually ever win it. So he didn't want to waste our time we loved the business. And clorox just way overpaid to win. They went up to almost twenty times EBA. And one, the deal and within two to three years, they took a two hundred, fifty years later, million dollar impairment, which was probably what they should have paid. The question was. Would you be sad to have that impairment charge on your it's there forever on your pl and you can't ever hide from it but. The business has been very successful for ten years. It's done. Well, it just didn't do a well enough to justify A. Price Tag. So it's a tricky question I would say. Impairment charge on a small enough deal that doesn't really impact the company it wouldn't be the the worst thing in the world. If that business if you had projected, it was going to grow fifteen percent a year and it only grew eight percents and you said, okay, why overpaid you know a little bit for I, think you know it would be the worst thing in the world but you can't predict those things in the future can told me that's what bird species was going to do or shore. We might have been in there and tried to overpay for it. But that's the game you play is what do you think it's really going to do, and that's where like you said, you could play games with the DCF to that when you're talking about the competition and winning deals, you're absolutely right as you can play games with growth rates and that's how you know I. Always Joke that some big global companies have a different spreadsheet than I. Do they have a special spreadsheet that they can plug in international growth and other stuff they can say it's going to grow a lot faster and therefore justify paying a bigger price. That's a a challenge sometimes that we might lose those deals. We also win deals and do deals that quite frankly I think people under appreciate. So we by random, you know our emanate criteria does not involve categories, types of businesses. It's very vague, but it's very specific if that makes any sense. So it's gotTa fit a certain math criteria where that leads us. We don't care in fact, I had to go to getting so bad in the company, the randomness that I basically had to go to our top hundred people in small group meetings to explain what we're doing. Like there was so many questions like what the heck are these people doing. I just couldn't. It was hard to explain one off. So we decided to kind of explain our strategy to everybody in more detail on. So it leads us into weird directions because we're looking at different math some things to assorted jewel whereas others they're not. I think we've got good prices actually on. Cheaper prices on some things that are kind of the perceived ugly stepchild in everything that is a diamond in the rough to us. One item is talking about of the you timing of of integration and can you define success and I think sometimes and again we heard it earlier today can be built to do that. But knowing my role just given that I work with companies deal Allsteel, etc.. I think we've figured out A. Pattern is pretty much the same Brighton in two zero, one, the deal. Everybody's happy right after you do the deal, it's like a would be by in that probably lasts for about six months, and then the work begins in the work continues for a period of two years and you. Try to figure out what you have trying to integrate and things of that sort in where rubber really hits the road in in our opinion is year three where. You're three. Really Go. This. Good Deal Rebecca do and if it's a bad deal, that's where we see a lot of companies again, impairment than our experience has been sort of it's year three four maybe here five, we receive those impairments in the first year of horses. We just did the deal we had the same prize. We they do the same deal again that sort of stuff in your to. Your in the middle of of integrating working through the any thoughts on that right? Is that in line with what you see, you have any thoughts on that you know it's it's kind of funny. The real answer is we're pretty darn share. We know what we have day one it's a plan in place. It's exactly what we're GONNA do we know it's working or not? Really quickly? I'll agree with you though that one of the good things is sometimes you know there's other external reasons to visit doesn't do as well as you it expected early on. And it's a nice convenient way to kind of delay things a little bit in of having to have those discussions too. So the answer is we're really really detail oriented and what we've bought WHO's running it. It's never like you know, hey, six months in what we buy like it's it's integrated within three months. You know in most cases unless we do one of these structured deals and so are only know we we've actually run into you know when you go into your five to me, it's impairment charge thing gets a little weird once you get past like a certain period time like actually get it in that three year period where. You probably know that it's a disaster or it's a real big problem. We had a situation where we bought a gummy vitamins business that was and a stick for a few years. Ray business hit all beat every expectation everything was wonderful. And then a by our own village had nothing to do with the deal at nothing to do with the acquisition it was we owned it and we made a decision of spending a plant that we are running at capacity because business was going so well, and we made a choice to build an extension to one of our plants on the East Coast to make gummy vitamins and quite frankly didn't work out and it became a problem, and so we had a hiccup in the business in a lot of cases if you're going through these technical impairment. Tests every year you could have looked at it and said Oh boy this is the problem now they had a one year hiccup you know we ended up talking talking through and basically buying are a lot of conversation to basically by ourselves the time success I think we had enough history and reputation and you know to that we were going to. So we got that and it's You know everything's back to the way it was and better. But you know I joke that you know it's sort of technically you could. You have argued that we should take an impairment charge yes but it would look silly. A year later. You Know Brian I was on the fast he a rap cable for their product on good one intangibles and your comment..
Craig Tiley - Australian Open Tournament Director and Tennis Australia CEO
"Welcomed episode forty eight of the functional tennis podcast. This week we have the great pleasure of speaking to Craig tightly. Ceo of tennis. Australia and director of the Aussie Open. Craig tells us all about his coaching success in college tennis in the states and then move and Australia to work for tennis Australia and the different jobs. He's done there. We also talk about the challenges of the current Cova situation on looking at Grand Slams and the Aussie Open in twenty twenty one. He tells us the first time you met Roger Federer and we've to gray questions sent into a spire instagram fons. It's a great episode. Hope you enjoyed before we get started. Make sure to go over to our new. Instagram account called functional tennis podcast. And give us a follow shed into a podcast sponsors head. I've been using head rackets and says a kid I I had Agassi's ownby racket. Which absolutely loved. I've been using heads on and off really ever. Since but mainly used the radical tried to use the prestige. But I find a wasn't really couldn't always struggle on the double handed pack and with it the radical for me less a bit more room for errands bit more stable for me. So thank you guys. Okay let's talk the Craig. Hi Craig how are you good? Thanks for talking to you from the other side of the world. I. It's amazing top. You're on board. It's really big privilege. Heavy speaking here on. Yes well thank you very much couch to find that Albert. How you became the talk. Mind an tennis Australia and wound most of man in tennis anytime you speak to tennis player. They rave about what you've still not the OSCE open so can't wait to hear Beth dot before we get started. Let's talk a little bit about your early tennis career. I know you're very successful coach in the states head. Did you get involved agenda in the states or let me start out by saying it's always difficult to talk about these things in the context of the of the current climate that we ran and And having to isolate and Dual of things that we need to do to protect health system so so I apologize to beat but late to the call because as you would not which is handled. I in front of the screen on video conferences. But it's all good but Allsteel question out against the US. I was a young kid loved the game and I started later when he starred thirteen four. She was considered extremely nights. And I. I had aspirations to be a a great to be a tennis player and I loved it. I love training playing and was never realized that call and was fortunate. Enough to grow rails. That early enough This trying to make it through the twenties thirties. So one-sided centerstage Katie Myself and finished from military service on the obligations. I had to do in South Africa. Right got on the plane and went to Europe the tennis there and then an answer. GonNa go to the US and get an education. And I went with plans to stay four years and ended up staying for Dean so I think that's kind of be my modus operandi. Chris time they happened will strata was Kinda come for a few years. I being sixteen says I'm getting constant and helping and really enjoying you're making a statement wherever you go on your coach so you end up your coach successful coach at Illinois Your Coach Year Multiple Times. How did you move into coach? Well I think You when you have love the game. I'm made people in this report cost wooden and These many different career opportunities. You haven't you can be administering coaching and playing and officiating at it is. And it's such a global sports go to common language as the lines of the ten school. The highest the net that determine that commonality around the world his great battle. I did match my my love of the game with my desire to help people and those two things came. Together and I agree deal of personal fulfillment and professional satisfaction out of helping other than using vehicle for that. And when you love what you do You willing to constantly always improve and in the lookout for ways to get better and learn from others and and And I look back in hindsight down I think on on reflection and I think that because two things the desire to help people and the love of the game I was able to learn a lot and And we spoke to their slam today and I think that is one of the one of the most of being able to be lucky. Enough have had some success so the coaching side. I loved and I always did enjoyed like challenging the status quo and I enjoyed being told that things wouldn't happen. And when you star they wanted to physicist coaches ahead who was the famous Stuart Doyle from From the University of Arkansas was great to have stood for the team. We started the success and a period of thirteen years. We took a college program from no age of the best in the country for quite a few years and ended up having some many players that went on really well. Kevin Anderson from South Africa was one of the top five in the world recently. And so we've had. It's it's been divorced. Plays that success in fun to watch. The Program says the success that it did but it was. Secret is wakeup rewarding. Do the best you can do. People will treat them how you wanted to be treated because you always going to be decided runaway do on the way down and just look as hard as you can see because look for improved. Button could come. It's a long journey on a short June. I completely agree with you. The daily grind getting open put into hard work. But just getting back to you mentioned dodd. Some listeners here. We solicit snarled and they all know stuey dial of his great tennis abilities. What was he liked back in the day? All should say knows to you'll identify sanity mall. One thing that he did teach the ethics I'll never forget it. It's still resonates with me as what it takes to win a points and what it takes to be good and amount of effort and pain in the work. You've got to go through to do that and His attitude is competitive attitude on On improvement rubbed off. Funny Everyone Cussin' that's why everyone loved because by him and always say you is one of the few met. That's would be willing to go through the same pain himself To prove the others what it is versus telling you what to do.
"allsteel" Discussed on Podcasts - Love & Light School of Crystal Therapy
"Lengthy shoe reading and researching civil traditions saying and and really understanding this MIND mind body cash and altered everything. So I certainly willing to go to Michael Multidisciplinary team registers tijuana the CPA go all the way to la La. And I was on scene hanging and it was very scary. It was really lonely. Three times theory Greece. Curious yes I was one of the size no sees as well as Trina and your which if I do I take doc which there. He's doing four with right now. Which which yen that's namely the world Signer sauce angry or diagnosed with chronic conditions conditions. Right how do we navigate. This world's holistic healthcare sees though the terminology. Don't we hear sovereign sage in Allsteel. You're moving league through example with a machete. Trying figure out embarrassing how much money is spent and how much hyphen itself from nine. Be The only you know how this could be so much easier gifts. And that's really what sovereign sages is the combination of all the treatments. There is that I had created onto one of Ruth's and we really designs membership all in order to fi affordable access to listed health care. And so you know in our grant is really centered around inside site of curation. That was something when I was in Kaiser clinical sterile environment that was inciting provoking but yet that is the space where we often feel most comfortable because we know that the practice their read science versus while he started to wellness space says crystals tie. Exxon me like what's going on here and so it really ain't student was create. Rain is that was Accessible to the modern woman right accessible to the woman who it is a researcher who is is doing you know reading and wants to make sure that is supported by evidence based research but still in this space for her soul space for better better so onto the surface that space for the limited experience right where things are falling apart she shutting beliefs and so it's different things or we need someone. We trust companion of space for US emotionally aired seriously. So sounds like everything that kind of evolved out of your personal journey. You took that and in realize it wasn't just you that needed that. It was all of us that need this and you really created a business in a brand offer this in a way. That is true unique. Because I have. I'm not seeing any other wellness centers that offer the diversity of practices in terms of the services that you offer classes that you offer an. It's really kind of refreshing and exciting to the that this can exist in really arrive and be successful successful and I really hope that there are people listening in watching right now. That will take your success and kind of run run with it and now this is really possible to create this not only for yourself in the lives of others as well and in a strong and successful business. And it's really really exciting for me to kind of see this unfolding and I wanna I wanna touch on something because a lot of what your your story was was about kind of shutting workaholic shedding the kind of need and pushed for the day to day grind and really. Living more in alignment alignment with your body with your mind with your spirit and A lot of that kind of comes down to self care and I think the idea a self care has been so distilled as of late Bennett means buying yourself fancies sweater or eating chocolate bar that you wanna eat and self care should be so much more than that and you have something called South care. Saturdays and I was wondering if you guitar on the importance of self care and then what. You're doing at South on siege to really encourage this through self-care Saturdays and I agree with you. I think self care has been Diluvian. Indiana.
"allsteel" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"Offered mitch monitor a new contract still no deal though anton anton stroman now the florida panther says if the n._h._l. Owners cost him another olympic shot. I'm gonna set something on fire the p._g. Season regular season in is over and what have we learned and blue jay bobi shut bashes balls beautifully and other things that start with b allsteel ahead on the project today day. Jimmy is on the other side. How jimmy how long how long did it take to come up with the bow bouchette bashes. She's beautiful balls and be like about five seconds laughing steve. I'm okay man. I'm good. I'm good couple of things. <hes> you know when we start the show always sit down and so the the drill i have is it's open up the laptop. You send me text in the morning jimmy ah the way we do. This is online deal. Is you just send me an email and i click on that link that you send me. We're up recording right. You're you initiate off there. It's very simple. It's great and now it's going very smoothly. If you remember the first days trying to do this thing so my drill is i get the texts open the laptop sign on finding email. Click way we go and then for example today today. You'll start recording and well hang on hang on steve not ready so you and you're like okay so so you would think it'd be something steve like my laptops acting up a little bit or you know i have an article i read somewhere that i might out of printed off that i've left out in the living room or something that that would really be an integral part of the show. That's coming up but today. It's like look around. Stephen in an absolute panic comes over my my body and i break out in hives going. Where's my lighter fuck. I can't cantu lifer play with it to you. Fidget with them through the whole show. 'cause i edited and obviously when i'm editing. I keep my headphones up really loud so i catch everything. Maybe the good listeners and hear it but i hear everything that you're doing in the background here you sitting down your mug and you're constantly playing with your bic lighter. No no no that's. That's much i'm not. I'm not just going like this. You know i i'm it's getting ready for the show. Where's the lighter everyone ha. It's getting out of the pool whereas lighter all hands on deck. Let's go you know it's my heart and soul steve goes into this. I get nervous. You know what i got. I got all my stuff so <hes>. Do you get nervous. You never seem like a guy that gets nervous. Well i do yeah i do and i've been doing the whole comedy thing and radio for a long time. I get i get nervous is going to bomb. You know i get i get yeah. I'll tell you a story. <hes> i went down to saint catherine's afternoons years ago when i was living in ottawa is still they're still of course swallowed some coffee. There stevie is in the the middle of my coffee sip when you asked me that at least. I think it's coffee anyway. I got a call my my old roommate. Roommate was <hes> glenn gretzky <hes> we'll namedrop there and glad phone me in the morning early. One morning say he was going to event that his buddy was that his buddy was running ride. It was going to event that. His buddy was running for the shriners easy for you to say for the shriners and i don't know if i've told the story before but here we go again so he said look at the comedian they were going to have. It was like a head table thing they were honoring. All these old hockey players are a bunch of all athletes coming being in to honor ferguson jenkins member the hall of fame pitcher and he's from saint catharines and they were they. They were offering them in part of it. Deal with a bunch of much of former athletes are going to get up and do a bit of a roaster whatever they tell jokes but there was a comedian that they hard to but the guy crapped out so glenn form he said look. I got a gig for you right away. The guy pay a double the dole and get in your car and get down here so off. I go blazing down there and we get we get piped into the head table and i'm with all these old bunch of detroit where jerry tapas kazini name on the fast and a bunch of other guys that you know we're gonna get get up. Each guy gets called on one of these days like ghost and i'm waiting for my turn into two of the two of the last guys got up. Ahead of me happen to to be at a gig. I was at three weeks earlier down east and they're using it. All my jokes all know again yeah yeah. They're stealing my jokes and i forget the guy's name steve steve you remember he's from montreal. I think he did hockey night in canada. I'm gonna say not danny gallivan but the other guy whose father wrote all the hardy hardy boys novels. Oh that's brian mcfarlane and his dad was w._b. Dixon and i had all the hardy boys books. I know that one there you go so he gets up ahead of me and the first couple jokes he bangs out. We're jokes that i told three weeks earlier at a gig with him down in the maritimes so i'm kind of laughing and that that never bothered me because there's no such thing as an original jokes but all came from somewhere else so that didn't make me by thought to myself. Oh this'll be big this. I go over like gangbusters here. You know there's about seven hundred and fifty guys was a shriners deal. They all had the the lamps on their head with tassels on the bed. You know the things and the bad jackets they're all about one hundred years old and they're roaring out him brian mcfarlane roaring at these jokes tools and then then it's time time for me to get up and i'm sitting beside al balding who was canada's first p._g._a. Guy back in the george knutson days and so he was one of the sort of be club celebrities at the table but i took lessons from albany. My own man was a friend. I took lessons from years ago when i was a year old so he's like hey kid what's going on. You know i said well. I'm just about to jump up comedian now. I'm doing all this stuff goes. All right can't wait to hear so. I get up after brian nine mcfarland and i hate folks. How's it going and i i <hes> immediately start to rip the outfits on the shriners guys. You know i like to go. Hey what's what's what's what the the you know the pales- on your head boys with the stupid bunch of strings hanging from what's that all about in those and how much those purple jackets smell that you got the sixties still wearing those things with a crest that doesn't mean you can't read read it and there's nothing okay not not a chuckle okay so gladys city right in the front and he's just finished telling his his body the i before i got on it goes wait for this strap in man wait to hear how funny my buddy is so i'm talking about nervous. I get a little twitch. My balls move a little bit. Go aw else so i lodge into another joke and i hear about two laughs and i go to another now. There's a bead of sweat stif. That's forming on my floor and i've gone. This is going terrible. This is going brutal so i pull out a couple of my haymakers haymakers at the end and i thought i was. I thought it was a gag that someone had said okay. Don't laugh at jokes. This guy says there's nothing you all. I hear is an old guy fixing his hearing aid yelling at his buddy. Who the fuck is this guy. What team does he play for. Why is he up up. There and i see glenn get up and walk out the back of the room and some guys scream you know you're going down your brunel and it was just it was just like being pounded by a fence post bounder just one after another and i'm shriveling reveling up behind the mike and i try and lay down a couple of more and there's nothing and i go back to my slither back to my seat. When i finished and bowling's there you know the guy was and i'm really looking forward to your act and he goes. Are you sure about doing this. As a career you know he might have been better shot shot being p._g._a. Star no kidding and i like like a bad movie steve. I signaled to glenn get the check okay and i'll meet you out the back of the hotel r k. I'm i'm and i ran through. The kitchen. Glenn pulls the car up in the back. Let's get out of here so <hes> i mean there's nothing worse. There's nothing better than than when you when you kill. There's nothing worse than when you bomb i mean i never did stand up comedy but you know when all the emcee mm see gigs that have been expected to do over the many years you want. You want some levity in there. You wanna make you know a couple of chuckles naby great but i mean it's just it's such a difficult thing because it's so addictive when it's great and it's so horrible horrible it's when it goes badly and i've never been comfortable with it. Honestly i people wonder about that. That is like well. You talked to tens of thousands of people on the air every day. <hes> how's that problem talking to a room full of three hundred people while it's just different it just is is and i was talking to a guy. The other days been a longtime fan of the show and we got talking about this very thing that i've never been really comfortable with it and and he'd seen me do various m._c. Gigs before and i kind of expected in my heart of hearts that he'd say well. You'd never know your nervous. You never know you did instead he. He said yeah yeah. I could see that i saw you one time and comfortable skull. I've had them before it happens. It happens right and i love you know. I did the radio gig for a long time and it was a dream. Come true gig. I loved it every single minute that we did he he goes. I can't pick. I can't count on one hand. How many times i did not enjoy it was all great. You know every minute of it but i look the most thing i love is is doing things. Live is doing live with people. I don't know why it's just have tons of fun. Doing it and i love making people laugh all that jazz and there's nothing like there's nothing like the greatest russian the world the worst thing is when they don't you know i it's just like i'm sleepless for about two weeks straight after that you know i can take the bad emails as to get you on the show these these you know you know e mails laced with meanness vitriol about it..
"allsteel" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast
"Tool a name, you don't hear too much here their chance in hell Michetti have an eighteen inch it's called chance in hell all the name. And it is just a good lookin'. Machetes got a superb Anamika looking handle, which love it or hate it at. No, I don't know. Sometimes, I think neutral handle is better, especially with the hardworking knife like that. But. That would be my those would be my runners up and then and then custom knives, Jim. And if I'm gonna go for custom knife, I'm not going to touch the fixed blade knives, yet that will be another time. I'm going to veer away when stay away from custom fixed blades right now because it's a a huge field. And my knowledge is limited, so I'm going to stick to custom folding knives. And I'm going to have to say that it would be anything by tough knives. Jeff, blah. I love his knives as you know, from my gushing interview with him. They're just they're just really gorgeous to have a very nice. The lines are elegant. They look beautiful and I don't know. He just his taste level is right on right on for me. And then on the other end of the of the taste level runner up would be Todd beg. Who's who's knives are, like so ornate. But the, the field the field grade Bodega is beautiful, and then another runner up, would be Peter. Resent. Anything by him? Love the Nevada. But, but my custom knife choice would be something from tough nights. So again, Bob has been taking a look at his fantasy Father's Day, knife list. If money was no object bunch of different categories here and another caveat. These are production knives that the knife junkie doesn't already own, so you know, maybe your fantasy Father's Day knife list would be much different than than Bob's. But, you know, that's fine everybody, everybody would have their fantasy. Father's Day, knife list. What's on your fantasy Father's Day? Knife list as dad's day is coming up. Give us a call on the listener line and let us know seven two four four six six four four eight seven please. We want to hear from me. We, we don't just throw this number out there to, you know, say we've got a phone number. But, you know, we really truly want you to call and leave some comment. So seven two. Four four six six four four eight seven. What's on your fantasy? Father's day. Knife list. Or if again, as I said earlier, if you own any of these knives, that, Bob doesn't and his is put on his list that he wants a call. And let us know what you like about it or maybe what you don't and maybe it'll continue to be on. Bob's list or maybe go off his list, but anyway, yet love to hear from you or you could call and let us know at night, you for Father's Day or what color ties shirt combination that you actually got. Oh, that's a low blow. The tile, thanks. Thanks, baby. Love rate matches my socks in that need. Well, again, reminder that dad's day is coming up. So hopefully it's, it's a good one, and you get some knives or a knife or something knife, or lated to, to make it a happy, Father's Day. Interesting lists. They're bombing, again a lot of knives. And, and some designers makers that, you know, I haven't heard of I'm not familiar with, so that was that was kind of opening for me. Well, let me just tell you before we sign up. I always get my dad knife for Father's Day. And it just occurred to me. I it's, it's coming to me the different knives. I've gotten him. I've gotten him a lot of spider, coz over the years out of a spider co native five Allsteel few years ago. I got him a g C. I mean, I'm sorry, a case, doctors knife, because he's a doctor and figure that'd be a cool thing. And then I recently got him, the spider COPA Totta because we're of Italian ethnic extraction. And the Todd is a classic Italian knife. He's. Also got spider co military. He's got colts deal that he bought himself. He's got some other cool stuff. My dad's happening man. So yeah, it's always appreciated. Yeah. Interesting kind of pre show discussion. We had we were kind of looking at all these knives, and the fantasy list and all that. And you kind of touched on it a little bit during your discussion about forget, which knife, but talking about the, the colors of the knife in the handles, and that type of thing and kind of what makes it collectible. You know, that's kind of a personal thing. You know what, what makes it a collectible item and what makes it worthy of adding to your own collection, that's going to be a topic. We're going to kind of get into an future show to talk about the philosophy of collecting if you will yet. Well, I think you know, manufacturers and designers are smart. They, they hit upon a design that really resonates with the with the knife buying public. Let's just say. Say, for instance, the spider co para-military to. It's ubiquitous, it has gone through so many different configurations whether it's many, whether it's purveyor exclusives. Like the blade H Q exclusive or the deal, t knives, Occlusive et cetera et cetera or manufacturers sprint versions with different steels, different handle colors. They get a design that people like, and they just keep putting it out in different. Steels Unietd it in 'em for you. Need it with the green handle, you know, and he didn't believe in black nudity? You need an strived. Poke you need in one of those little airplane bottles. He needed a little flask unique fifth behind your bar. You need a giant magnum of it's, you know, it's kind of the same thing, it's dealing with the, you know. Is locking onto what hooks people. Right. Well, if, if you are a true collector, you bite on that yet, it's like, yeah, I, I agree. I've got to have that one in that one. And that one, the ones who have mastered it for all time case knives as knives. They have no say on the outside twelve to twenty different patterns at most. But the have a smaller grouping of traditional knife patterns that they produce and mass and every year, they come out with a couple of different cover materials this year. It's going to be, you know, blue camel bone, and then everything is in that in a couple of different and people keep buying the same knife. Ning by in that trapper knife. But they buy in this year's handle cover, and I totally get the impulse of the buyer, and I totally get the impulse or the, the instinct of the of the manufacturer to. Why, why, why disturb that beautiful so business washing or are you that type of collector, do you have to have, you know, X knife, in, you know, twenty eight different variations I feel like I could be if money were no issue. I have a couple of doubles. I have a few hinders because I'm the type of person who will buy it with the different blades, not so into buying in the different blade steels. I have to your JIMBO twos. He just because I like the the way they look in the in the steel combinations. But but mostly. No. I am someone who collects on design. So I'll buy a Boker, even though I'm not a big Boker fan abaya Boker, because it's the Boker squeal, and it is a designed by designer of Marlow who's knives. I could never afford. So the way I can get any what is knives as to by Volker. So I'm more design oriented interesting. All All right. right. Well pretty pretty cool show. Bob. Thanks for your, your fantasy Father's Day. Knifeless again production is that the knife junkie doesn't own money is no object. So, you know, MRs knife junkie or fans followers or whatever feeling by the knife junkie, a knife. There you go. There's his list of what fifty knives. I guess. Yeah, you know what? I'll take anyone. I'm sure you would and art and even one. That's not on the list. Yeah. Yeah, exactly. All right. Bob ramming up here. Wanna remind.
"allsteel" Discussed on Folklore on the Rocks
"Your thinking of Spotify spotted hangers for sure. Then there's the Brown hyena which I don't know a ton about. And then there's the Aardwolf which is definitely not a wolf. It is hyena. They aren't related to cats or dogs really, they're actually in their own family. They're more closely related to felines than canines. They were even closer related to animals like Mongoose in mere cats. They have excellent night vision, and hearing, the live up to like twenty twenty five years, and they have longer front legs than they have back legs, which kinda gives them that sloping appearance, and that very unique gate. They, they all howl and yell and vocalise. And they've look this chattering laugh to degree, but spotted hyenas the ones that are very, very vocal, which is like, look inside The Lion King ones, and striped ones are relatively quiet and Paris than actually, there's quite a number of differences between the spotted, and striped pain is like a lot that laugh, though it can be heard up to, like five kilometers away, which is like maybe three ish miles, and it is a very distinct animal and it's. Used to Lert like the other clan members in its clan members because they are not a pack they, it's used to them of a food source or something like that to use to communicate. They don't just randomly giggle laugh for. Someone that's kind of a common misconception about hyenas is that they are all like primarily scavengers spot. They actually catch about seventy to ninety five percent of their food, and like a group of spotted hyenas can bring down a huge animal draft or zebra or buffalo. The striped hyena, however, is more of a scavenger in probably where that misconception kinda comes from. And they're the ones that like forage at night for other animals leftovers, including humans, not the leftovers, but humans leftovers Hewitt, animals leftovers. Yes. Yes. Or scavengers but also predators. Yeah. Like people in villages will leave their trash outside just for the to take, you know. I think this goes all hanging is. But I could be wrong. They consume as much as they possibly can from their prey, which includes skin bones hair, horns, Hove's, however hair, horns, and hose are the they are the only things that are not fully digested, and they actually re like regurgitate them as pellets kind of like Allsteel and probably other animals that I know of something really cool with spotted hyenas is their social system. Oh, yes. Now I'm very excited about all things hyena, but this is Lindsay's creature. So you start and whatever I've been whatever they spotted hyenas bay group into female dominated clans, and they have a really interesting social system, that's all based on female status and relation, so it's not based on size. It's not based on strength. The females are much larger and more aggressive than the male. And they are also really difficult to tell apart from meals as their genitalia looks very similar to a male's due to their pseudo penis. The pseudo pizza's going to get there, eventually. We have. So basically, what why they have one. It's, it's an enlarged quit Horace, and there are fiber sacks that they're just like weird fiber sex, but they end up looking like a skirt him. So apparently this happens because of sexual mimicry and the feary is that the females who looked like mills might end up being protected from the aggression of other females. So it's, it's like a tactic to stay safe. So someone can't tell from faraway, that you're a male or female, you might be safer looking like a male, which is the conjecture of why they have these pieces, but I think like because like they still have an internal vagina, and I know where to far into this, but, but they're urinary tract is still up by their clitoris, which is, you know, generally, where it is, which means they actually, like Peter out of. It too. So
"allsteel" Discussed on A Doctor's Perspective Podcast
"Annella health mall auto. So we brought in specialty footwear and the Allsteel the dietetic and naturopathy as well. And yes, I like that referring side. Yes. We'll once people come to a practice and getting reduced two lateen. If I'd I'd have to go out and ring someone else made another clinic in going there and have it all over again. So yeah. So that was always my vision to have the allied health model working really well need to grading and just getting that overall health perspective for that patient is we on just down at the fate of the patients were all expressing in telling me that backline night had hit know, they just you wasn't good like a night express like podiatrist like hairdressing a little bit of be get. We get the whole story. Which is of course, what I loved. About what we did. So we get his hope spectrum on someone's health. But we only had skills to do what we could do at that time so defeat her badge. You can't do all these things that you want to do we had paper with white gain in depression, and they went I would excise 'cause I have foot pain. So we would help the flip Tyne. But if they didn't stop shifting the they got health the balance of the body and help back the night weren't gonna be I have the motivation to get well again to exercise to eat. Well, so there's just sorry. Much more going on outpatients voting from very early on us like you need to do more to actually prevent conditions occurring rather than just fixing the author on the the patiently diabetes fooled who cajoled lack of blood flow there every condition at was the first thing there goes the little appendages. And then you've got lots of ligaments locks. Tendons. They don't get a lot of blood flow. So you really have to support that tissue as best. You can it makes sense to me like the nutrition aspect of these addresses huge end. I was I was great at communicating about bringing together all the systems of the body and talking to my patients letting them express what was going on. But I recognize that a lot of my team would having these conversations because it wasn't the passion. So when I got back from recovering from all of my condition. I realized that looking off a body types that. Ruled a spectrum of care looking after the bye seeks in health with was the most important thing in my recovery. And also had on moves that into allied health an-and move into Olso JP clinics in specialists office because that's where I was lacking it so laquelle gonna to stay in scope of practice like up to we can't be practicing at side of escorts or in another -delity with governed by you know, professional body that keeps practicing in escort, which I totally respect. But I was like, well if I can screen mock hygience in the why have these conversations and just let them express what's going on in the body them more aware straightaway. As soon as I stopped reflecting, a lack. I ask a simple question. Like, you know, how is your hydration levels a drinking water, we them. What to do they say on? Really, I know. Whether at outside young drinking five cups of coffee, not drinking water in our I do get a draw. Now, not feeling that energetic, and I'll say to them without may prescribing I'll say to them while they're white. You could do that. Bitta like heavy being more hydrated in the past and outside unit. I used to drink more water in the morning or more water work outside tank grant, that's excellent. And then what amazing come back and just week the simple discussion and reflection time that coming though comeback in inside. Now drinking seeks cups of water and cut my coffee to without me, actually, even telling them what to do and they feel better. I start to feel better at near empowering with that dive might that decision themselves, and they working on their own health and wellbeing with that being told luck child, or you know, instructed do this. They actually understand that. I didn't feel as good. This is what they were doing. This is what they've done bitter in the pasta. Will this is what I could do. Yes. I I then I'd being designing some programs for my dot treat pain in sports dot tree..
"allsteel" Discussed on A Doctor's Perspective Podcast
"We we've got a specialist that J pays anelle at health is the support Medalla -ties to the j pays in specialist. So KC Trie Allsteel the car with dietitian dentals in there with allied health. Ochre Maya therapy. So it encompasses all those professions. Okay. The non MD doctors out there yet. Yeah. M WI by a body code opera will live the allied health professions at should've remembered from the last interview, but are y'all considered doctors in Australia or yes, our Al car practice osteopaths us as a whole profession used the title duct up. Some for Stu, okay? As they wanna make sure to get you in trouble for put put that on there. I. Strict rules. It is allowed to use the tot as a courtesy title. Doctor emailing rookie, there's a long long time ago eagle from high school. You don't have to go to like undergrad. I you can just go straight into the Nitra. Yes. So we go from sick, and recycle usually might take our eighteen Neely. I when you finish she twelve in failure. And then yes, you can go straight him to do. I do. Yes. Pretty nice. I think somebody would disagree with me on that one. But desperate that focus at such a young age to. I haven't known it any other way, partnering define America. You do go to college. Each necessarily major will specialize. I think that, you know, having a transition point full kids to do some general things figure out who they are. And you know, what's going on in the world and travel a little bit before you choose. I think I could imagine that would be beneficial sign many kids, I taking seventeen nineteen darn our what's the perspective of the other interviews. I've had were suppose out I'm eighteen. I don't really know. What I wanna do? It just kinda blew by was like well. Yeah. But you got a couple of years to sort of figure it out like I thought I was going to be an eye doctor and then like now do car practic instead. Yes, it's like no at eighteen come lock in yourself in especially if you didn't study hard are, you know, you have to really know it like sixteen fifteen this is what I want to do in my life. Otherwise, you don't pass this test. You don't pass this test. I the repeat a year better. And I get to didn't study. What's? Hadid knit from fifteen sixteen seventeen. Would if I didn't get them off like everybody would feel that all night. It's not the made. But they haven't grown up enough and got enough spec. Dev- which is fine. It runs on the different on before they actually figure it added given this spice. I think it would be great. We'd get more Motrin doing what will adults doing what they meant to Kim. These people twenty years old, but everybody knows you're whippersnapper at twenty four since like here, if you're twenty four coming out of school that I e Edano I come back in the couple of years after you know, what you're doing. You haven't imagined? Art was practicing doctors at twenty also may not have always headed all hit, sir. That's different for everybody on say, you know, always in the minority in a loving to hear about people in loving to learn some people just wanna just figure out who the office. I really is it twenty two you win in in dislike. Yeah. I wanna do this thing. I'm going to be a business owner. I think I was twenty six so that's a big. That's a big jumps a lot of you know, five years is a lot to own your own medical clinic in our clinic, whatever in start expanding. So all right. So when did you become excited about the sports podiatrist bomb mechanics? Wiz your passion with that. Are you teaching it? You just learned about it. Like, how's that look in the real world? Yes. Sorry, impudent Trie we do in in these straddling studies at tree we do quite a lot of fun. Mechanics, and we've got some really good ladies in the field of sports dot tree and bomb mechanics in stray Leah. So awful lock. How undergraduate training was excellent. Then we will we would missing in now profession some more of the manual skills to actually help PayPal gradually progress through their injury in the also the rehabilitation side we had people coming into injuries. But we didn't have so many manual in other skills to help with pine levels of n help people recovering that way. So we will we just had a.
"allsteel" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"And welcome back with pharmacist, Ben Fuchs, Ben you're gonna like this. I had an expert on is on last week. And I asked him about floaters in. He said take supplements of Hoddle Roenick acid, one of your favorite ingredients to make it. Go away. I didn't say that again. Can you hear me? What was that? That I had an expert on last week talking about the is. And he we we're talking about floaters then. Yeah. George. That's it. I told you he thought I was kidding around about that. Agic? Roenick acid, which is in similar stuff. That's in the glucose gel. Azariah jeopardy is good for everything because it's a major component of the connective tissue, which makes up good fifteen to twenty thirty percent of the body. Probably about thirty percent of the body. If you're falling apart in any way, shape or form and all the stuff we hate about aging including wrinkles arthritis and problems walking back problems and heart heart disease. These are all based in the connected to anything you could do to Bill connective tissue is critical and highly Ronnie gas is a major major building substances. They connected tissue. It's also a major component of the is. And whoever that was was right on highly ranked acid is one of the most important supplements, you could ever take for the eyes, and you could find out, of course, in in bone broth and bone soup. And the gluco caster similar, and you can also get those highly acid supplements to go to Sally and Cheboygan that was -sconsin. Welcome to the program. Hi, sally. Hi, really? Appreciate you, George and Ben thank you. Bless you bless you. Appreciate that. So I'm in I'm in young Javadi. Now just recently been into nutrition for years. Very good. I have a friend. That's very concerned because he's taking the Asti FX. And he does a lot of study to the ratio of magnesium calcium. They say something like two to one or whatever, I don't understand it totally. And he's concerned that the ratios a little different. And there's no way to know because you get calcium and magnesium for other sources, and you get way more calcium magnesium is is founded vegetables calcium found dairy products me most people get way more calcium than than they do magnesium. So you can't really go by the ratios that are in the supplements magnesium calcium or both important magnesium has a relaxing effect on the body calcium as a contracting affect and they sort of live in balance calcium is is one of the most important most most abundant minerals in the body magnesium less though, but magnesium is extremely important for a lot of health issues that we have so magnesium deficiency is behind or at least partially involved in diabetes osteo Perot. Process and heart disease, if you have a heart attack, they'll put Magni rain your blood right in the hot already in your heart. And it's great great for your rhythm. Isn't it incredibly important for your rhythm in calcium calcium channel blockers or one of the main drugs that they give you for heart problems? He might take magnesium which is nature's natural calcium channel blocker. And of course, the Allsteel MAG the facts are great sources of magnesium. So he's doing well, though. That's the way to Sally final tweet. We've got Tom back Thomas. What do you have this one from Dresden in Manhattan can the pharmacist please talk about liverwurst? Is it okay to eat liverwurst is one of those processed meat products. I mean, it depends on how you get. If you get like Oscar Mayer liverwurst that's going to be different than if you make home as liberal nonetheless. It's still a is basically a mixture of mystery meat that is if it's real liverwurst is probably I think it's liver, and pork it's not as bad. But if it's the Oscar Mayer stuff, you know, among the worst. Foods human being kidding, jest are processed meat processed like salami and stuff like that. They're among the words. I'm not even just talking about whatever the stuff that tastes good. You talking about spices? And it's that we love spices. We love fat. So you got a hack into those drives. And you gotta get yourself. Back from good sources KADO 's eggs butter, coconut oil and make spices. Spices. Spices are the spice of life that would make life grade or the spices. And plus they're highly medicinal and the body. Craves them also salt and pepper the body loves salt loves pepper. So make your own a fatty, you know, find some fatty foods fatty, salmon or eggs, and then put lots of spices on them way better than liverworts, you'll hack into that drive for salt and for spices. And for fat that you're really creating liberal words you deliver worse. It did not spice on it. Trust me. Good good point. Let's go to Justin and fury. Illinois. Now, Justin go ahead. Hey, justin. Taking my call. Question for Ben. Okay. First one about a month. Also have an still make problem. And then last week I did was able to see the doctor, and it is some type of blood work. Call me back said my life basis higher and come in this week or have some some radio have to go to the beach muscle. Make all of stuff to find our house my liver liver and her look like. I don't know. If you do get yourself on the ultimate enzymes from jetty sounds like you may have an issue. The pancreas. That's typically little 'cause you're li- pace to go up. The I call it the mister cellophane of the body. You know, the the movie Chicago those guy mister cellophane kanobi everybody look through them. They didn't recognize them transparency. Right. But the Packers is incredibly important if underappreciated you can't I just your food effectively without your Packers. You can't processed sugar without your Packers. And of course, everybody knows pancreatic cancer is the deadliest of all the cancer. So the Packers of vitally important structure. Get yourself on the ultimate enzymes from you in jeopardy. You might wanna consider using a little sodium bicarbonate as well. I don't take it with your meals to take a few hours after your meals sometimes helps folks, but make sure that your digestion your food appropriate at the level of the stomach, you know, the whole digestive. I that area where the digest or the stomach meets the intestine and. The pancreas gallbladder that area where you have these four systems, and this is the key area to help. This is the nexus of health or disease right there where the food Ross out of the stomach and hits the intestine. It gets hit with a big blast pancreatic juices, and bile and food is liberal nutrients food or liberated at that point if that doesn't occur correctly. Everything downstream is going to suffer. And of course, that includes the rest of the body because the rest of its nourished from those nutrients, so anything you can do to support health at the level of the intestine. That's the nightly essence, Javadi, fiber and other nutrients the Packer the Packers and the gallbladder that will be open enzymes in jeopardy and then the stomach the apple cider vinegar as well. As digestive enzymes, it's going to be in your health interest. And welcome back to coast to coast. We've got pharmacist Ben with us critical health. News dot com is the website the toll free number to call one eight five five nine four nine seven two three four and the people are there to give you advice. Let's go to Joe in Cleveland, Ohio first time call. Caller for Joseph Hijo del. Hi, how are you? Good. Thank you. I'm so glad I speak with his sometime I trying to get through four. But this is my first time. And my question is I want to make a couple of comments. Oh. Is about healing the blood brain barrier. Unfortunately, two thousand fifteen I was diagnosed with Roberts due to so radiation. I went from all over the country trying to get health all the big hospitals. They were saying nothing was wrong. Or I was with a psychological problem. I went to a place where I had a triple headed spec skin. And I had the right test done where it would this would have never been shown at the mainstream hospitals. So I also want to give you my information. I get off because there's so much information that people need to know, and what has to get my these tests when show by cat scanner MRI or anything like that. So in two earlier about life tester skewed the best way to really know. What's going on with somebody as you using a mass spec showing what's going on like you said in the cells and the bodies, absolutely Mabel. People get sick genetic disposition toxic your decision. Most people that are deficient toxic. So I've been trying for several years the detox detox detox I've done five hundred hyperbaric treatment. Nice probably four times a week. Getting IV therapy. Nice infrared sauna kalanick's, you don't great. How do you feel? How do you feel Joseph? He's six ten teams only get me through. I do the best in the world. I was actually doing really really good. And then the insurance company. Which is a whole nother story, George I could get into I really wanted while I'm still here. I wanna let every there's so much things you have no idea. I mean, we are at war and the insurance I was doing really good. They pulled the rug from me and stop some very important treatments. I was getting a vitamin see what happens is most people. If you eat, right, usually, that's all you need. However when you're that toxic. You have to get you you you have to be able to metabolize absorb and you become so toxic. Your body can absorb metabolize. It's like somebody drink water you drink all the water. But if you're not absorbing if it's not getting himself, your there's a big problem right on happening in my concern. The cell phones people if five G I very fortunate blessed with some knowing some of the best in the world. But drawn convinced convinced that my sister died of a brain. Tumor from a cell phone. She used it all the time. Electrical system, and the the brain is highly electrical, obviously. So it's hard to imagine. We're not creating a wreaking some kind of Abbott on the electromagnetics of the body. Think about all the electromagnetism George the didn't exist a hundred years ago. Oh, absolutely hundred years we were swimming in a sea of electromagnetics at the by Joe can Email you at the critical. Has got some more information ton doesn't have the time to write it all down..
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"Welcome. Hello is this this Gary? Hey, Gary this John out their world. Are you better nothing better than to wake up and find something to do? That's good. Thank you at home family and where. At home. My feel roof guy had a nineteen fifty nine or so brick ranch with a painful this storm come through here. You know, Bowe regard Alvin storms come blow the singles off and put another roof on it had a contract to put a roof on it. And all the all the grit washed off into the into the thing. And now here that was back a long time, but I put that twenty four gauge steel roof, but I went to the big box store lows. And and they have their product Representative and everybody Ellen line at their at their films. You know, their their what does. Yeah. Youtube videos, and it tells you everything for the do it yourself, and I made a couple of small mistakes, which I corrected, but you know, they tell you about the measuring they put the straps on it put it over the one layer of sting roof with the with the neoprene. That they they they had with the product was the exact screws in and put it all into the existing frame and onto the existing one layer of shingle roof. Right. I love it. Ramlet twenty four gates put up. Yeah. I was gonna put up put part Mench up there. Well, it's kind of kind of building when he was telling me about the, you know, the product getting contractors shingle roofs on all over the place down here. And some of them are right on the existing roof and some of them they strip some of the room. And you don't know how you have to know your contractors? Well, that's exactly right. And that's within. Every case every industry has just having bids on a roof myself. And one of the people told me, I could keep my fleshing in my saddle. And I know better than that. It's better just to clean it all out and be done with it. Then the other ones were telling me to take everything off. And I had mentioned a one of the guys that somebody had recommended I could just leave it. And he said, we'll did he tell you that the seem as, you know, not soldered together anymore, and I said, no and fact that person I know for a fact never got on the roof to give me the bid. So. Yeah, you gotta be careful. You gotta lay everything out, you gotta know what's going on. And who you're dealing with. Appreciate the call. Thank you very much, John. And we'll get to Gary, Gary, welcome. Yes, sir, fine. Hey, I'm having a great time listening to you today. I used to be involved with a seem citing company called ABC. Yeah. Yeah. Sure. Awesome. Awesome company, then they handled in all Allsteel products. And so I'm sitting here with an to to what you're saying. And I'm just having a ball. So did you say you worked for ABC? I owned a franchise. Okay. And for for a number of years. So I was closed very involved in that that industry. So did you see the growth of metal roofing? Oh, yeah. And that that's going to be. That's the thing to come. There's there's nothing better than a steel roof right in the blight, these they have now, you know, it's not just a barn roof anymore. Right. Some really really nice products out there when you talk about and tell me if I'm wrong, you've probably dealt with many times when you talk about mental roofing, a huge fan of I I mean, I'm a huge fan of it. And one of the things when you tell people that don't know really about the modern day metal roof. They think nosy they think cold. In kinda industrial or ugly in in the metal roof today. All of those are false, right, right. I mean, it's even some homeowners associations. I've been contacted by the homeowner actually in the homeowners association where they were not allowing a metal roof installed on a home. Ridiculous so many benefits to using metal. It's unbelievable. With the fact that I'm a big recycler. I mean, it's it's completely recyclable painful. Right. Some of the most majority that stuff will transfer the warranties when it's painted properly. Right. But I mean, you really have to paint it probably what forty fifty years. The only thing there is people wives women high in homes, not like in the on a different color. Sure. I see that being being said, it's painful. Just a win win situation. I mean, they're filling landfills up left and right. And you know, shingle roofs run thing of the past. All right. So how did you make sure your people knew what they were doing? Of course. I I, you know, it's an awesome company they trained people, right? Through the franchise system. They trained the owners you can take your people there. They will take them out and train them on the jobs. Very weak. You know to get them literally trained and basically certified to do the to do the project looser them who certified them the like ABC certified him, right? Right, right and ABC gets his products from edco swipes Arrowhead corporation Hopkins. Minnesota and they have their own roof products, also ABC's, and they have some beautiful. I mean, there's literally stunning different styles in looks on metal roofing. Gary thank you so much for calling. I appreciate it very much again. A are the association for metal roofing metal roofing dot com. I appreciate everybody's input. Kind of a Downer. When you make starting to sound like hopeless. It's not hopeless. You gotta always watch you're dealing with. Whether it's a shingle roof a metal roof for plumber. Gotta find people that know what they're doing. No question about that. All right. We got lines open if you'd like to grab one we would love to have you at eight.
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"Okay. Don't point that at me, this appears since appears to be one of John's favorites, it is the Walter Q five match, and it's it's a very very JAMES BOND sounding the five-match. It's it's a nine millimeter. It's got a five inch barrel. The trigger polls around five pounds should has a fifteen round capacity. So basically fifteen plus one is sixteen. Pretty good math, right? I'm very impressed. You had no calculator in front of you. As far as I know. How about the accuracy does that blue trigger add to the accuracy? Absolutely. I know that it would for me. You know, what a lot of people don't realize is that. Okay. The triggers blue. But it's flat, and it's wide. So when you're shooting in a lot of competitions. You have to do a follow up shots. Boom. Boom, boom will really nice thing about these big fat triggers. Is that your finger stays on the trigger in you maintain that good, right? You've got a lot of surf you've got a nice contact pads surface area. Sure, this one comes with a gesture sites, and you can also switch it out. So you can remove it fairly simply to if you wanted to change the rear sight, you remove this plate, and it will take an armour also known as a reflect site with nice about last week. It's a it's a really nice pistol the other thing to keep in mind. Tune. I don't know if I should be saying this because it's kinda, you know, as do with next week just say they are coming out with a steel framed version of this this really polymer polymer. Okay. The new one that they just announced will be released. We'll be Allsteel. So this'll be like a CC on steroids that actually looks halfway decent. It was different. Titian gun. So it's not a obviously, you could use for home defence. But it's designed as a competition gun does come with three or four additional plates that you can mount various topics on there. Definitely has a different feel to it. It's got a, you know, a good reset. And if you look online, there's a lot of people using this and competition, they're doing very well. And one that's set up the price, you know, in the seven hundred dollar range well on stocks unlimited zaslov something either exactly getting into the big dollars handsome, come three magazines and in the plates and the whole it's a. Handsome. It's handsome looking good. Yeah. But it's yeah. Nobody wants to know gun. So it's. Just like bling. It's got a blue trigger. So you've got that going for a police officer. It's got it's got blue. You get the thin blue line. Bilden right there. Anyway, it is a mash competition, and like like you said the Ronnie showed me this morning. It's going to come out in an all steel. So that would even be better than we get this one right here at LAPD firearms rain in training facility right now. And they went through five or six guns that I could do for the week. And I'm like, no, no, that's the one. And then they said this, and I'm like, wow. I kinda like that look online to watch them shooting rapid fire. This at a good distance and Boyd people are really doing well with it. So anyway, that's a good competition guns. We need to take a quick break here. And then on the other side will be looking forward to some new things. He may be hitting the market the shot shows on the way, we'll get it. Maybe a little bit of a sneak preview with rich. He'll give us some insight on that. And a reminder if you happen to miss the shore of you tuned in late you missed some garbage earlier, but the good stuff is still to come. But if you miss any of it, you can catch it on a podcast at six ten WTVN, also, an iheartradio, itunes and Google podcast. App and Facebook, it's all over the entire world. There is absolutely no reason to miss on targets from L E PD on six ten WTVN.
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"His David coons is still bay and McKinley or the only state in the lineup. Allsteel Orion Luther has checked in PISA transfer from Pitt. Buffs off the bench can keep up this high intensity restarted where failing could sterling between the circles to bay. Here is a man the man, yes. For the Wildcats McKinley Talbot accused killer triple the bounces wide Ronald lane taken by Betty backs. His way down against the pain. Headaches, spins goes up lost the handle the ball goes sailing. He faked went over his left shoulder the ball just slipped on his way up. Turnover. Gene o nine to here. In the first half, the loose hilltop by fire. Top is Coleman who is playing tonight. There was an award out that he was not going to play. Right now comes up a high stream lobster inside a cheater white with. With the steel turnover. Every syllable court kick out left side Taylor. Coots open for three fires and misses. The weak side. Rebound chase down jeeter's got results. Almost missed everything. He did almost an airball colder here result, attacking the pick and roll platelets. Type Luther hierarchy. Eighty eight percent from outside of going to the two point debut. Scouting out and get there on the catch. They missed a half of his shots. Come from outside the line daily. A little bit tacky forecourt left mandate by Arezzo McKinley. We used his left side and a quarter to three didn't pull the trigger. Get some backup securely hire the right side the name. He's got a shot clock. Is that Tampa is right side looking down low for batting up top the steps to his left looking download pouches. The debate taken by hooks up with the right half the windows shot won't go rebound tipped out. And it's a shock violation because the hope shot hit the backboard, but not the win. Parquet and back in for the buffaloes. Kinley Tyler sit down Tyler he had more time than he thought. He did on the shock law. You really rushed that shot. Never really got to go. Look at a top you low tonight inside fourteen to play here in the first hand, Arizona attacking forecourt white black quarterback works his way up top to eight count between the circles tangles toward the far side centers basketball looking for help out there. Pillow all the Whiteside. Tacoma fake gonna try but he's cut off by Parque. Here's a back to his left eight and a quarter of ourselves fakes try step back shock lockers at four drives a baseline moving his feet turning firing his barcellos. Hotel. That was pretty good defense by name and right but good bye bye. Settled retitled Maimon stayed in front, but he gave them a little bit too much. Space dribbles out the right side for the white elbow jumped up the right side of the park. Colorado attacking port left back up top. Passes website, dealing towards town lane throws up the water, and it's an offensive foul. Talk about that in the pre game number one office of fouled growing team at America is Harrison looking to do that. They're not a shot blocking came. Nope. In fact, a like number ten in the pack twelve shop locking which is stunning considering what they normally. The bus have made subs here almost three minutes. Now, they have not scored eleven store. Thirteen minutes to play I release check-in now four zone. He's got Talbot. Given out the Luther defense to Randall on the left side with Iraq driving is shocked. Lisa rejected that time I think daily coach got a piece of or Parque one of too Short's dribbling up court right to left pick to his right shoulder. The right side to coats, Bill, Senator basketball buffer really need a bucket right here. They'd gone cold. After a blistering start plays on the left side of a curl screen name. Brings it outside between the circles work in the Whitehead hit by triple shot clock. Right. Elbow daily right side. The wall inside taken by Evans, spins to the baseline shot suffering. Good that time from the right blocked by Evan Batty. The buffs regained the lead by two he was under control that. Yes. And Turkey's time and got a good look from a baseline jump book. Thirteen eleven Colorado terrorists Ona's pull the drive through the window won't go off Apostol rebound taken by Schwartz court detailing coins. So the break drives him out of the hoop. Kick out on the right side up. Top Betty, he's open for three fires emissions up. The back of the yard and Tobin's got to leave out. Here comes Harrison. Come to stop giving up to ramble about three five. And trace from way downtown ten feet. Holy cow. Arizona's first game fourteen thirteen. To try off the left side into Randall in a handshake foul is called Brandon Randall that is his first and the second team foul on Arizona. We come to our second media timeout here. Isabel Mikhail center. Eleven thirty four to play in the first half. Buffs trail Arizona by one fourteen thirteen timeout. This is Colorado basketball from learfield. Maybe you woke.