17 Burst results for "Andrew Carson"

"andrew carson" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

Fantasy Football Today Podcast

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"andrew carson" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

"Piece for a top twelve like rogers deck or josh allen and a playable running back or tight end soon so you're going to try to quote unquote downgrade from brady. But if you're asking for decker allen. I don't know that people are going to consider that downgrade or rogers. I'm not sure people are going I is a downgrade. I think a lot of non industry leagues people would consider dacca downgrade from brady for sure he might be actually. He's he's got thirteen rushing yards this year. Which is not uncommon in a two game stretch for him But if it continues at the because he's coming off the injury so let's keep an eye on that with deck f y but i don't know would you. Would you be looking to do this. I think makes sense right to get rogers jacker alex brady and a playable running back and tight end. I would maybe try a little bit lower on quarterback and see if you can get killed or andrews and a top fifteen quarterback okay from not upset just disappointed. Who would you prefer arrest of season. Pr mark andrews chris carson austin xer i guess is a trade andrews carson editor or ezekiel elliott james robinson and waller running. Probably the first three. Yeah i think. That's such an indictment on james robinson but okay From d. boss. Or or ezekiel elliott. Would you rather have cars elliott. Npr esta season is the gap between. What's bigger the gap between ecuadoran elliott or the gap between waller andrews. It's the gap between waller andrew. But i think there's a pretty big gap between carson and james robinson right into thing. Yeah from d. Boss grade the trade fourteen. I gave up rondell more. I got decay. Metcalf an rondell more. Sorry i gave up the andre johnson kenyan drake winter. Yeah probably well joy chicken for.

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"andrew carson" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"andrew carson" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"You're right. Yes you're right but how do you win by being like why never been afraid of change and also equipping so fucking self actually drives me crazy. 'cause i do know people like this. Who are like just constantly afraid to say the wrong thing. And i just feel like i can't get right and people get so mad about everything and i'm like well a. They have every right to be mad. This is the centuries long issue a be say the right thing see be afraid to say the wrong thing. That's everyone should be living like that right. Now take one second exactly okay so ao quoted the headline from the daily mail about visiting. Yeah exactly that's the sort of So wild but she did this and hit them right back and said because the thing said afc calls women menstruating people while explaining the female body as if like there's a sarcastic headline though and that's a lot work that they did to that one out. I agree and so she quoted that headline instead not just women transmit trans man and non binary people can also meant straight. Some women also domain street for many reasons including surviving cancer that required a hysterectomy The gop were mad at this are protecting the patriarchal idea that women are most valuable as uterus holders. She's absolutely right. This is the one thing you're worth and that that is what would that's essentially saying so that in a follow up tweet. She said trans people to spirit. And non binary people have always existed in will always exist. People can stay mad about that if they want or they can grow up which is exactly right. Put simply stay mad or grow up. This is the hill. You wanna die on. Up shet so this article with but was it like did have an author or was it just like we all daily mail. I'm not sure. I make sure it did have an author but i'll probably so she got a ton of support from this At tebas eighty five on twitter said honestly the best part of my hysterectomy was the endless entertainment that the gop pretty much doesn't consider me a woman anymore. Which is like keith griffith. we li- andrew carson andrew randy carson our producer editor. Because he looked that up right now. Coming in keith griffith at simply jay says someone who's non binary i really appreciate this actually menstruating right now thank you and prehensile once says thank you for recognising trans individuals. I appreciate being seen. We need more politicians like you and the row romo said i really appreciate acknowledgement inclusion of non binary people in this because most most often overlooked and completely forgotten disregard it so it was actually wonderful that she clapped back the way she dead. She told them to grow up all this so fox news. All of a sudden starts airing this story and wants to get people in on this. And they fucking go right into the woods into the alaskan wilderness and uncover someone who i have not seen in a couple of years none other than sarah palin and i have to tell you i always enjoy her. I'm not gonna lie. I always enjoy what level because she's got. The confidence of a of a mediocre can't form a sentence. It's a so wild to watch your speak off the cuff and not from a prepared speech. Because she can't sentence start a sentence it's she uses words the wrong way. Don't shocking for beauty contestant abi ryan that's that's like part of your skill is answering questions. She had that iconic thing when she was like Stumping for trump in two thousand sixteen where she says like real real. We're real beer slugging. Good beer fun like it was just absolute nonsense. What the hell are you talking about. We'll she did that again this week talking about. Afc on fox news here is that clip. Now he he's really milking this isn't it has such a fake feminist that she would bring up an issue like this and try to use it to make some hina political white. That's not.

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"andrew carson" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"andrew carson" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

"Shampoo by itself on its own. Not really you need to put some conditioning element into it. And also the concentrations of the cleansing agents make a really big difference in how you work with them so there's certain ratios so that You get that right. Balance of foam without being teased yes. I'm so excited for. He will try earned body condition. Because if you don't like conditioner. But like i love conditioner but aren't potty. Canizares amazing that make sure hydrated but it makes it so not flat so just full body and movement in life. it's everything how do we acquire ingredients We have certain parameters that we use when we select ingredients. So there's a lot of things we won't use that relate to just international global restrictions or something might be have some flags around it. We're just again prefer if you're better ingredients in really strip something down to what actually is needed in a formula and that gives us a starting point For everything if you think about functionality and the feel and the performance that's a lot of it and then we look at you know as far as sourcing. We wanna see where it's coming from. Just make sure the whole supply chain is steady and sustainable And the other piece to it is also thinking about the whole manufacturing process. We just you're making sure we're very thoughtful with partners. We select just to make sure the whole supply chain feels ethically sourced and responsible. How do we validate or verify the sustainability of an ingredient like of a new ingredient. Bit that we finally we find some lavender. Like how do we do. You'll team out there to make sure that it's all in the oven. We there questionnaires that we send out as were vetting new partners Just to make sure that values the line and also we also wanna make sure. Something's not going to be finite or happen issue. Because that's that's a consideration we need to think about. Holy you've got to be able to have enough products that's good oh packaging packaging. So i felt like with this. Like i was determined to not make a line out of plastic. Felt like there's so much improved. There's so much condition. There's somebody here products. Did we could make an innovative unique formula. That brings something new to people they don't already have especially with hemi scaling. Do feel like we have created a product that does people's haven't had before and it does create a different result is just beautiful. It's not really something's regularly on the market but i. I can't put all this plastic out with my name on. It makes me sad. I will say that when. I said that twenty seven thousand times on zooms. I do feel like you're like oh fuck me and really gonna have to like we gotta figure this out because it's queens not using plastic and did you ever rise to the challenge. Oh my god so we really do. But you don't you tell me this thing that i didn't know listen to this. Everyone true story is it has an enclosure if it if the if the container opens or closes we literally don't have the technology to make it like one hundred percent plastic free right now like the thing opens close. You have to use like a trace amount of plastic like in the cap like make it otherwise it leaks if for example if you have an aluminum cat there's a tiny percentage of aligning. Which still i think is a lot of steps in the right direction because if you think about the footprint overall there isn't much plastic in the line all the containers. Don't use any plastic. We're gonna continue with that and we're working on innovations. Foreclosures or goal is twenty twenty-five it's repository so far for now is a good goal. Vcu gave me when now we actually made some progress on one of the containers that were definitely able to reduce it. So there's a material that's being tested right now. But the body of her shampoos conditioners every the body of them. All there's only stakes yeah. There's no plastic in the bodies of anything. The containers have no plastic. Which seemed like it was going to be a challenge in the beginning. But there's always a responsible way. And and you and i talked about you know as we're doing our vintage bag collecting. How did products hold themselves before so we just kind of went back in time to tried and tested materials. That are also readily recyclable. That told me that like startling. Hartling statistic about aluminum. That's so interesting. Do remember it. Until so catherine had found found found out about this one but we seventy percent of aluminum is from recycled aluminum. Something like that and it's also infinitely recycled it was it was also that it was like seventy percent of all the lumina made since like nineteen fifty. Something it's still in use like it really is so imminently recyclable. The can crushers from way back when and it still has a value on you trade. It back in. He's so now we've reached the podcastone devastated because we really can talk so much longer but is there anything that we missed or the you want people to know about gb and about bio sunset. Your job is a chemist in a formulator about science beers ladies in science is there anything products are meant to be enjoyed. Skincare and haircare. So fun turned who it is true it is to be full of self care and also like not too much of a drag on the planet. you can have it all you can because people like you do you. Relieve led me. So thank you so much do. Hey you've been listening to getting curious with me. Jonathan vendor as my guest. This week was raw. 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"andrew carson" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"andrew carson" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"To just become a bit of a twisted off when you're in pain you know and so i It's so nice to also find out that someone really admire his nice to you in. Like sort of two-minute drips even never know someone's really like it's been so i- opening to get to know you feel the same way and i'm so grateful to have gotten to know you this much more because i've always felt the same way of like every time i see you. I'm like laura of her. Funniest thing is that you and i realized yesterday. We've had each other's number for threes this whole time. We've just been sort of tiptoeing near dm once every six months the fucking phone number. We've seen each other emoji. That's that's big shit shit. We send each other big package. we were taking. We were taking big ships on each other's stores worst responding within minutes. It was a great. It's well how much time ways that we shall. we shall remedy. Wait and before you go. I have to ask. What do you weigh this one. So tough talker everyone. It's tough everyone. Can i say something like kindness. You ever you everyone okay. Well you can wear your favorite sex to it. I don't care just has to a know. It can be the deepest the lee steep thing in the world you know. I have a lot of favorite sex toys. But i will say yeah like i i would hope to look back and say like that back. I was worth my weight in kindness. Us love lane been very kind today. And hopefully i will see you soon. I'm going to a media. I thank you. Thank you so much for listening to this week's episode i with meal is produced in research by myself djamil erin finnegan and kimmy gregory it is edited by andrew carson and the beautiful music. You're hearing now is made by my boyfriend. James blake if you haven't already please rate review and subscribe to the show. It's a great way to show your support. We also have a bonus series exclusively on stitcher premium called ostrom Anything check out. You can get a free month's stitcher premium by going stitcher dot com ford's premium and using the promo code. Iway lastly over. I way we would love to hear from you and share way at the end of this book cost. You can leave us a voicemail at one eight one eight six six zero five five four three or email us. What you way at highway podcast at gmail.com..

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"andrew carson" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"andrew carson" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

"Who here for who can wait for that okay. And then he's got that we got that and is there this my last question at low so technically deal but really some like you know how like shin collarbone haircuts have just been like inver like three years. Is there like food trend. that has just. It's not going away like we haven't tried it yet. Like is there. Is there something that like. It's just like you're not like you're not a grown up until you have access or is there like there's food we've needs and no it's not a classic needs to know you know here's the here's what i think i think that You should evidence to try brat it's so delicious and it's black like black when we get it almost half the rights squeeze it out of its right and it's a kind of Black and you can give so much emami labor to hang on. I put it now in my chicken. Stop a do not make chicken outlet By it we saw it so so big and so decadent and Flavor and sweetness weirdly savory seat that it gives you chicken insane you will never make chicken sepulvado. Oh my god. I love that so much. Okay so now. It's last moment. I'm is there anything that you would just remember that. You didn't mention that you didn't say or you just like really by on like an issue you need to like. It's your recess. At your moment you can say whatever you want you can also be like really complete not really knees. Anything else And i'm going to go lake. Make another grilled cheese hungry or you could literally anything. It's your thank you Thing that i will say is that there's a lot happening in our world right now and You know americans are feeling a lot of pressure with koga with wondering what's going to happen would slow which is nuisance of your parent. Inevitably nervous map that nasa nonstop but there are people who are much more salt than we are on in central america in afghanistan in different places in the world just encourage everyone to be as open hearted genuine ask. You can't because that is the tradition of what being american's of walking everybody here with open arms that needs it and every time we've done that even a vietnam while we taking a million and a half the needs refugees and they have been some of the most productive successful members of our society from the gulf shrimping industry in louisiana and texas to all of the nail salons and while you know the scientists educators and everybody who we have welcomed with ereck equal given was cinci back so much you know i. I know. it's a hard time rookie. Bill and i know it's hard to wrap your head around. You know leading this person in our border not president on board but i just want to remind everybody that there is plenty in america and giving something away is always most beneficial to the person doing those beautiful palmer. Thank you so much for your time. We appreciate you so much. We love your work such big fans of you and we really appreciate it. Thanks for coming on. Thank you so much for having me on and it's really nice to spend the something. Hey you've been listening to getting curious with me. jonathan. Venice my guest. This week was pod. Moloch schmead me you'll find links to our work and the episode description of whatever you're listening to the show on our theme music is free by quin. Thank you so much for letting us use it. If you enjoyed our show honey. Please introduce that friend and show them how to subscribe. Yes yes and you can follow us on instagram and twitter at curious. Jamie on our socials are running curated by emily baalbek. Our editor is andrew carson. Getting curious it's produced by me. Erica ghetto and emily a..

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"andrew carson" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"andrew carson" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"That's why. I would say i was the way i tell the truth. Whatever like going on is this. If you know even if the situation doesn't seem correct for it. I still end up telling the truth. I love doing that. The heels me it feels like it's hearing the audience. And i'm i'm not interested in anything else on the truth love that i love your dedication to radical honesty firing i find it so inspiring even though i will never get away with it. The way the you due to exhaustion simon. Your such a joy. It's been so nice to get to know you in this. Truly very public outweigh the it's it's really just been so eye-opening and inspiring and i- nice. Oh look forward to all of your future. And i also just want to say how much i love the fact that you continue to move on from things that you've mastered and continue to take on new challenge yourself as the idea that i'm constantly discouraged from doing and i think that you've been someone. I've always kind of looked across the pond to for someone who just keeps paying like right. Now i've done that. And i've become good at it and whenever you become good at something i think especially in media they say one i keep doing because you can keep making money from it. But there's a part of your brain that starts to die however exciting and cool that drove not to diminish the job itself But i've i've just jumped career again and again and again and jumped straight into the deepened. Just allowed myself to be as vulnerable and freaked out as possible. And it has led me to so much happiness and fulfillment new experiences. And i really thank you for being an example of doing that. Oh thanks. I feel like your narrative sample to me as well. I'm just gonna strongly advise against the thank you so much. Simon have great. You too thank you so much for listening to this week's episode. I way with jamila jamila produce research by myself to meet a djamil erin finnegan and kimmy gregory it is edited by andrew carson and the beautiful music. You're hearing now is made my boyfriend's james blake if you haven't already please rate review and subscribe to the show. It's a great way to show your support. We also have a bonus. Series exclusively institure premium called australila. Anything check out. You can get a free month's stitcher premium by going stitcher dot com forward slash premium and using the promo code. Iway lastly over. I way we would love to hear from you and share what you way. At the end of this cost you can leave us. Voicemails at one eight one eight six six zero five five four three or email us. What you way at highway cost at g mail dot com and now we would love to pass the mic to one a fabulous listeners. A business owner a from survivor succeeding as a frame award. Live camera operator. Turns liver disease survivor. A good listener burnley sister depressive national geographic explorer an activist being ten years into pain. Preteens breaks biggest fan. i'm hyper mobile phone phobia. Who said this is very difficult and maturity from razor..

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"andrew carson" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"andrew carson" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

"The economy better. So it works. But where are we like that whole. That was like a big thing. People really excited about like free community college. Where are we like people being like. Is it going to happen in the next forty or what happened before. Like twenty twenty four. I'm hoping it happens before. Two thousand twenty two. We're working really hard right now. To push the bill back better agenda and we have our colleagues and our friends over on the hill Discussing it and you know that's why it's really important to get this message. All this is good for everyone. Okay and i know that you're really busy and sought after caserta lib-liberals secretary of the depart of education. But i need you to just ask these last two questions kind of rapid fire. Because i think only for three more minutes but i really want to get him asked. I'm how can we ensure and this is kind of a big one but you can do it. I know you can. How can we ensure that students are supported holistically and social emotional and mental health. And why is that so important this we just we're in the middle of pandemic and we can talk about what they miss reading and math students mr communities. They missed their second families. Schools are second families. You know this For so many students including transgender students. They need that network of support that they have in their schools and reopening schools. That's why it's so important. When we reopen schools were thinking about improving social emotional. Learning improving access to mental health supports depend effect a lot of us in fact all of us but affected some of us more students that dealt with loss in their family. So we need to make sure that we're embracing our students showing them love and giving them a nurturing environment and to learn and grow. Everyone deserves health and mental health instability. Social emotional mental health. But it's especially true children because they have longer are w- this stuff that happens in your case you're dealing with for the rest of your life so we really want to make sure there were showing up for young people. The last question is kind of leading to is. How can we prepare students to return to school after eighteen months of remote learning of hybrid learning. There's been such a difficult time for everyone. Do you have any advice for parents specifically parents who may be in states that have been a little bit adversarial. Like if you live in a state where you really would wish state school guidelines that they're not or if you're just even anymore more support meritas is for your child for your student for whatever reason. How can the us department of education to help them. Well we have a return to school. Roadmap that really lays it out so check it out. Indeed dot gov slash roadmap. It's number one. You have to make sure that you telling parents showing students that they're going to be safe. Not only physically safe from the pandemic but emotionally save that they're going to be walking into a welcoming environment that embraces. All students who they are as number one number two providing social emotional support that we talked about that You gotta meet kids where they are. You can't come in and say okay. We miss a year and a half. So let's open up our books to page. You got to meet them where they are and number three. Make sure you have the supports because they did miss out on instruction so meet them where they are. Academically provide incremental support but just nurtured them. Embrace them check out the return to school. Roadmap for more information off does a great answer. And then i think. I know that i said i just won't really tiny one. Is there anything that people can do just because they are so heated and people are just like so like about karen right now. Anything that you can do to calm down a little. Maybe anything that use the effective that people are just. Did you ever see people do like something really effective to down stress. You know seriously be around students like let's take their lead man. I just before the interview. I'm confident i'm enthusiastic. I feel so excited about school reopening. Because i'm around students all the time. Just be around the kids and listen to them. Take their lead. The adults will chill a little bit if we just follow the lead of our students. That's my vice secretary. Miguel kadota thank you so much we appreciate your time your mazing. Thank you so much for all of your work. We appreciate you so much. Thanks for coming on getting curious. Thank you jonathan places. You take care. Hey you've been listening to getting curious with me jonathan. Venice make us this week with secretary. Miguel cardona you'll buy links to his work and episode description of whatever you're listening to the show. 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"andrew carson" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"andrew carson" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

"Come. Do you feel do know about all that you do know about that stuff. Yeah sure is it all talk about yes. It's just ancient episodes or so fascinating. You never do it and an hour's time because there's just so much to cover but we do have a little bit more time than we can do that. But i just have this one more question with this. 'cause there's there's sculpture there's like you know kind of art in caves. There's also higher. Which in itself is kind of in art. It's picture but you hated me answer. It's like we can't impart like western understandings of it. So but there's artists and was like was a common artists and then also like royal artists was a different styles and obviously there was. There was different eras. I think you know what i love about. Studying mesoamerican art and art of the americas. In general before european colonization is that we see a totally different history of art and there are these new. You can't use terms like naturalism and realism. And you know they don't. It doesn't fit and what i love about. You know. Some people talk about the invention of abstraction and it's like no. We've got abstracts in the second millennium bc in olmec civilization. What i love about is the artists are clearly making choices. They're not choosing to faithfully represent. Say a jaguar or a puma their stylized. It in a way that's meaningful to them and that's these these these distinct choices that artists were making in. It's not that they didn't know how to natural mystically skull jaguar if that that wasn't meaningful to them so how do how do we get it those other questions. Why are they making these choices. So i'll i'll go back to them. The maya kingdoms again because that's again where we have. The most information and in that context is the only time we see artists signing their work. So we actually have named artists from classic maya monuments and painted throwbacks. So we know we know there are a little bit more than one hundred named sculptors and what's clear. Is that from certain sites. They worked at an telly type structure where there was actually a someone in charge. There was like a head sculptor and you have several other people working on the same monument. So you could. If you see a large standing money you can think of it as there were maybe like four or five different hands and you wonder like with this. The guy that was assigned to do phase this because he was really good at face is or was this. The person that did all the lifts all the hieroglyphs because they just were the scrabble you know artistic license to do the little phases and do the dates so they worked together on these monuments and even with the painted pottery because for example. Drinking cups like classic. Maya canvases were drinking cups. So you look at these beautiful stomachs and you see. That's where the painters are going to town with different supernatural narratives or porches the rulers or just tax. So you think about the and then. They signed their work. And it's about the the the it's not necessarily like just their name and there's a little bit of a title that refers to knowledge. It's about these are the keepers of knowledge and these are the recorders of knowledge in history. So back to your question that were there artists absolutely but did they have again like multiple roles in their communities. Maybe they were artists and healers. Maybe they were artists and stone carvers. They worked on more architectural features. So we don't know if there were sort of like renaissance type artists and patrons but we do know that they were clearly very important to these royal courts and they were valued for their talent and some in some contexts. They were actually able to to claim that he had by signing the work. So i mean. I have learned so much teams. I usually what i would do at this point in the podcast is i would give you like a yogi recess to like tell us like you just be remissed like to not mention over the last hour in ten minutes but i think you accidentally just got yourself booked on like second episode getting curious because there's so much more we have to go through and i think at that time i offer you a yogi recess unless there's something really genius that people should be reading about or doing the foreign comeback to really like get their mesoamerican knowledge wine before you come back. Yeah i would just say that. There are a lot of great popular tax about the history of places like mexico. And the maya kingdom. So you know your your listeners. Should be excited to go out and read that and i think in a post cove reality i would say. Get yourself to mexico. City go to the national museum. Go to con- goto guatemala and cd call and these places because there's a sense of all that's difficult to convey in conversation or just images it's when you're standing on top of one of the pyramids con- you just feel that this is such an important place. And there are such rich stories waiting to be uncovered that that's the. That's the exciting thing about working in archaeology. Right and thinking about what. What more can we learn about the human experience from these different places different people's at different times so there's a lot to talk about james zoya. We're having you back. I need to hear more about like literal archaeology. Like more of like look actually happens to hear all about the art eras in the phases of the mesoamerican art. James on to your time and coming on getting curious you thank you so much. Thank you for having me. Great to me and i look forward to our around to yes. Hey you've been listening to getting curious with me. Jonathan van ness my guest. This week was james doyle. A curator at the metropolitan museum of our. You'll find links to his work episode description of whatever you're listening to the show on our theme. Music is briefed by clan. Thank you so much for letting us use it. If you enjoyed our show. Please introduce a friend and show them how to subscribe. We do appreciate it. You can follow us an instagram and twitter at curious. Which are socials. Are running curated by emily bostick and what. We're doing there honey. As we are following all of our guests were following up on their new work their new projects. Also keeping you up to date on other news stories. we're watching. I mean really just giving you some behind the scenes of getting curious we love you so much appreciate your our editor is andrew carson and our transcriptionist is a leader shop. Getting curious produced by me. Erica gatto an emily boesak..

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"andrew carson" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"andrew carson" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

"Type of person that would do well in the middle of nowhere without wifi without my hair. Straighten are like this would not mean great setup for me so i decided that maybe dogs would be right up my alley and that being said i always joke that I ended up having to move to australia dogs for my phd because there were no dogs in the us which goes to show you that sometimes your opportunities will take you halfway across the world. That's fun okay. So then i two more questions. So how understanding of dog behavior evolved over time. We've talked about that a little bit but is there any like overall overall arching things that like if you haven't checked in with dog behavior conditions and flight what do we know now that maybe we didn't know before yes so actually. This field is super new. So in comparison to a lot of other fields don cognition has only really been around for the last twenty twenty ish years so it kind of feels like we've done a lot but at the same point in time we have so much more to explore so i would say that if you you know you checked in dog. Cognition like two thousand and two thousand ten. We've we've like increase. The number of studies like five times. It's crazy this. This field is booming. And so now we're doing fantastic stuff like fm research. So training dogs to sit still and fm machines to see what areas of their brains light up when we show them certain stimuli. We're doing really cool touch screen things where we train dogs to like. I say boop their snoot just like there on a screen to tell us you know which one is which thing is bigger the other thing So we're doing a lot of stuff that kind of goes beyond what kicked off this field and what kicked off. This field was kind of the that dogs are really good at following. Human given social cues so things like pointing. Your dog will follow your point which seems really easy and really sort of simple. But it's something that even our closest living primate ancestors don't do they don't follow human given pointing and so it was really unique but we found this dogs and so this kind of started. The storm of of what is now dog. Cognition behavior i think the cool thing moving forward is that we're seeing less lab testing so and by lab testing. I don't mean like dogs that are kept in lab. I mean things like where owners bring in their dogs to places like the thinking dog center. So we're seeing actually less of that or at least a divergence from that to actually steady dogs in their own home. Which i think is fantastic. Because now we can reach the dogs that would not be suitable to come here. So like maybe doesn't wanna come visit us in new york city with games at home tonight. Where you yeah. We're an honest. We're in austin texas anymore anyway. Actually do have a few more questions. I'm sorry one of our trainer said that like you know because we were always like my husband. And i talk to each other and it's like really annoying like we're still in love voice like there's a lot of that noise and she was saying like you know if you're speaking to pablo and like a high pitched noise and a high pitched voice. It's like they don't understand english. Obviously so if you're like although you like you're a little baby let me so much. It sounds like you might be a her dog. Ended up signing more like lord never at ease so is that like the whole high pitch voice and like no contact. So i contacted many animals. It can be seen as like a threat display so like with primates and things like that or with wolves. If you make eye contact can be something. That's threatening in dogs not the case. It's weird because we as humans make contact right. Like i look at my screen and i see you and i look at your eyes like. That's where my attention goes and it's actually really cool. We think that this has sort of evolved in dogs as well or at least we as human selectively bred also for this attention to is and so the eye contact is not necessarily a threat display. Sometimes it can actually increase oxytocin so this love hormone In your dog and also in us so don's actually use. I contact like we use. I contact and there was actually some really fascinating research that came out that certain dogs especially newer breeds have these amazing eyebrow muscles to like move. There is to invoke the whole puppy dog eyes phenomenon. The ideas that maybe they did this because they would get more snow humour treatment us because yeah puppy dog. Eyes are super cute right So maybe they're actually like taking advantage of their cute puppy dog eyes but the speech thing is really interesting because i have not heard that before as as an explanation. Certainly true that if you use a we call this mother ease and so. It's that infant directed speech or dog directed speech where you're like doing baby talk. Essentially if you use that it can be really over a rousing in stimulating right so like use it when you need it but actually dogs have a preference for that type of speech over any other type of speech so usually it's a great way to get their attention and it's a great way to talk to them because they pay more attention to it interest. Espn why does pablo fucking hate our pool. Like if i jump into my pool currently swimming he is mad. He doesn't like the water. He's like very like nervous about the water. Like then i feel like he's you know he's running the perimeter. He's doing checks. I feel like he's album. He asked protect me when i jump in. The pool is pablo. He's twenty pounds. He's only knee height. I mean so tools kind of scary for little dog. That's true maybe it's just like a big watery thing and it's like it's like the noises like he doesn't understand the noises like he's like what the fuck or these noises like the splashing he doesn't and it might be just over stimulated. You're probably have a great time. In the pool lounging on your floaty slashing around laughing giggling all this stuff as someone who also has a dog who does not like new things or who doesn't like you know really would love monotone environment where everything was the same all the time yes. This can be quite over stimulating. So maybe he's just rable. I mean. I don't know a doctor thera- i don't know if i have the other questions. I feel like you have so thoroughly. Like quenched like curious with oprah dogs. I feel so much smarter. I'm obsessed with you. And i feel like are your new resident. Cognition behavioral expert. You time anytime. sign me up. Think i'd love. Thank you so much for coming. We really appreciate you. And then we're going to put all the place where people can follow you. Find your work in that description and we're just so grateful for you coming. Ain't you for having me. You've been listening to getting curious with me. Jonathan van ness may guest. This week was sarah elizabeth b air. You'll find links to her work and the episode description. Whatever you're listening to the show on our theme music is freaked by quin. Thanks to her for letting us it and you enjoyed our show introduced and please show them how to subscribe. Follow us on instagram and twitter at curious j. b. n. Socials are running curated by emily. Our editor is andrew carson. Getting curious is produced by me. Erica and emily ethic are consulting producers for this episode. We're pablo elton. hey man..

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"andrew carson" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"andrew carson" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

"Force them to use their vacation days or their sick days or or force them to have those in the first place he then. This is kind of like a dual question for our final question. And then i'll the guinea recess. So what are ways that you can get involved any listeners. Now if you want to if you are inspired by sony's incredible work. If you want to get involved with free from i would also so that's the first question is how can people get involved with reframe or donate to an antenna. The second question is i would imagine that you need lawyers. Activists politicians everyone. It's like all hands on deck. I would imagine because this is a societal problem. We need everyone to come with their solutions with their empathy with their compassion. So who industry reform need at. How can they get involved such great questions and thank you for asking so our website is free from dot org and if you donate via a website. A hundred percent of that money goes directly to survivors through our cash assistance. So you can donate knowing that you're gonna get that money directly to someone who needs it in this moment another way to get involved if you're just someone that wants to support is get involved in our policy work so we like we lay out on our website. This is what how your state needs to do. Better work to get into do better. You can actually like tweet your governor or your state legislator and tell them this is how badly our state is doing. And this is how we need to do more. Those are like really easy steps. Anyone can take if you're a survivor and you're like i wanted. I wanna get some support here who anyone can join our peer financial support groups They're completely free. They're completely easy to join. It's also really easy to get involved in policy work as a survivor through our work and then in terms of what we need you know. I think this is something that we talk about in our next episode but we are really focused on changing the way that media talks about this issue every single time. I talked to journalists. They what can what can women do to help themselves in these situations. And i always say what can we do to help survivors in these situations. You're asking the wrong question and so anyone who's in pr media communications. That is a whole branch work that we have got to do moron. Men have more access and and start controlling the narrative better. So i would be so grateful for that kind of support and just any you know if anything i've said today has you wondering. Has you thinking about a way to collaborate with lucky from you. I can't emphasize enough. The idea that it's the onus has to stop being put on the individual. This is a group effort. This is a societal effort. And when we think about the statistics of bypass folks. Lgbtq folks martin people that are so disproportionately end women that are disproportionately impacted by this is really isn't intersectional issue. That means everyone's attention my my final question for this episode. We will definitely be having you back is. What's next for you. Sonja in your efforts to protect survivors. We are really focused right now on our societal action strategy so getting banks to take accountability and make bank accounts accessible to all survivors getting employers to do their part so that survivors aren't having to choose between getting safe and keeping their job. I'm getting states and the federal government implement policies. That are actually allocating money to community responses and prioritizing this issue as an economic issue. So that's our the next five years. Very heavily focused on that and building a movement of survivors who are calling for the change that they want and making sure that they are listened to 'cause we have we do not listen to survivors. We don't ask survivors. What they need. We don't trust survivors on all of that has to change. Might drop so passing us. So much fear timely. Create your work so much your incredible. I've so many just for you. I'm so grateful for your work in so much. Thanks and gratitude to you for coming. Getting curious thing. You've been listening to getting curious with me. Jonathan ask mike s. This week was sonja passi. You'll find links to her work and the episode description of whatever you're listening to this show on our theme. Music is freaked by quin. Thanks to her for letting us use it. If you ensure show please introduce the friend and show them how to subscribe. You can follow us an instagram and twitter curious. Gdn or social running curated by emily editor andrew carson gang is produced by burqa ghetto. And emily hey man..

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"andrew carson" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

11:11 min | 1 year ago

"andrew carson" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

"E when they had the first olympic like the getting run by somebody else unfortunately after about the the seven century We have You know the persians coming in in the seventh century. Cj over egypt be seeing so egypt has essentially been occupied Since the persians in the seven th century bc and then it goes so egypt is then ruled by persians than we have the takeover of the ptolemies who is a general of alexander the great And the ptolemies go. All the way until the overthrow of cleopatra and cleopatra dies thirty bc and in the romans rule it in annex as a province in so egypt has been occupied territory for so many Patra was she's a ptolemy. She is part of a macedonian dynasty. Although we don't know about the heritage of her mother's so before the movie comes out. With gal gadot i will send notes about this but She covets macedonian line. We don't know about her. Genetics fully adonia as a second out. Northern greece right alexander. The great comes from. I'm sure you'd like to do an island zander. Face episode material for their and so this is the mastodon came in conquered southern greece men and led the grades to conquer the persians and then concrete when all the way down to egypt and so from about three hundred twenty three bc ear celo. Egypt ruled by a greek speaking Noble family friday. I think this is actually last question which they probably should have asked the very beginning so win from like seven. Sixty seven in the first alleged olympic games or seven seventy spec- win was greece. The most powerful one of the romans did like the most afraid of the greeks like one more they really just dominating. So i i mean the greeks were never as powerful as the persians in a way right They're mostly just fired themselves. They never threatened the romans right when they were at their most powerful was when the alexander and led the macedonians greeks out of greece and conquered the persians. But it's one of those things where maybe the persian empire been stronger. It wouldn't have happened and so when was that though. Three thirty one three thirty one. He went out v. Abc anyone yep and so then. The story of the mediterranean afterwards eastern monitoring is a bunch of huge battles between hellenistic kingdoms ruled by macedonian kings. But outside of greece. And then when cleopatra die so cleopatra dies in thirty bc e that's right after a big naval battle with rome and octavian there who later becomes augusta alexander. The great and cleopatra knowledge antony she sleeps with. Julius caesar i and they have a son named caesarian In she hopes up with his bff. Antony antony and cleopatra die within a few days of each other so cleopatra dyson thirty bc. Ian that's really the end of the ptolemaic empire and alexander. The great empires writ large all kind of end at that point even though they had been separate kingdoms afterwards An cleopatra then her kingdom becomes roman egypt 'em so when i referred to egypt from the death cleopatra forward is a roman egypt because that means that romans have colonized and taken over it. So yeah it's a. it's a fascinating period in. Egypt is happening again at the same time as greece and rome even though when a lot of people teach it they teach it as okay once upon a time. Here's ancient egypt. Here's ancient greece. Here's here's round but it's not a linear narrative at all which i think just released spent the last hour fifteen minutes realizing when i thought i was going to talk about the olympics so this is the literal vital question open. Final thoughts joel. Thayer is there anything that we should have covered that. You're like fuck me. We really should have said this thing about greece that we didn't or like. Is there anything that we missed or that. You just want to say working people buying your work. We're i mean Look i. I think we covered a great stuff because we talked about how complex things are and how does not simple answers. So that's a big win. I put a lot of stuff on website in ten. Ti quite dot com and I gotta say this. My publisher doesn't hate me. I would call the mini minded man About the odyssey from cornell university press and every time. I've gone podcasts. I forget to mention it at bethany. No i didn't forget. Forget badly you did good and we did not get. I think that we've covered a lot of interesting topics. And certainly there's a lot to keep in mind before the tokyo olympics happen One thing i will say is that i've been following a lot of the things having to do with simone biles lately and i think greatness should be allowed to shine so. I think that you know in ancient greece. There were umpires Judges but they also allowed athletes to be as exceptional as they possibly could be. So i think one thing i would take away from. This is like let alone be great. Let her get the points that she deserves for. All the amazing dismount said she's doing all of the the amazing on gymnastics. So that's one thing. The second thing is that the olympics have always been not only religious but political And so we didn't get to talk about hitler in the berlin olympics in the nineteen thirties but We should also know that the olympics has been manipulated and used in modern culture as a way of connecting different cultures particularly nazi germany. Back to ancient greece and so it's not completely innocuous it has been made political liberia's times So so. I think it's important to see that the olympics are important to study but have also been used by governments and by various different cultures over time as a way to get prestige. Rome did it. But so did nazi germany and to extend i think other people do it still today. Using olympic athletes as a way of reflecting greatness on their own nations. So you mentioned the russians for instance And i think that people still see a lot of nationalism embedded in the olympics that we should really address said. Those are the things. I think in terms of on my stuff. I write for hyper allergic. Which is a awesome arts and culture blog that is run by vartanian and Most of my stuff is they are in long ago. I wrote a book called a trade and taboo disreputable professions in the roman mediterranean. There's some gladiators in there if you wanna learn more in. That's from university of michigan. Press came out in two thousand sixteen. Although there's an audible version that you can listen to. That is not actually my voice. Because i sound You know probably not like something you wanna listen to you for ten hours straight dot shrew. I love your fucking speaking boys. Don't you ever talk about your voice like that again on my pockets. Their buddy an amazing birth but also we. Did you have anything to take one other question. Now was there. Gold-silver-bronze medals in ancient greece known. Yep you gotta cry out. All leaves or laurel leaves depending on abc. Things is all about the glory man. Was there reckoned knowing other. We know that athletes sometimes got these like red skeins of yarn that they could put on themselves in in. But yeah we're talking about just a an olive wreath. That goes on top of your head and not prizes for jerry. Ninety three ce when they ended there was never no sir can enter like that didn't happen till eighteen ninety six tila modern right and there's there week later on we get the of athletes but the very first olympic send the very first olympic athletes. They're not getting paid any kind of money all go. Oh and what was the money. Was it just like little circle rocks We have we have coinage that that comes into circulation in the coinage is all coming from base metals. That are gold silver and bronze even in ancient greece. Two joel there were those coins. Yup i mean some of our greatest Stroke of evidence comes from coins and different. All different city states made their own with their own divinities or images on them as fast as this entire field of studying coins called numismatics that take athens coins or was the only in the city so sparta actually banned money. They they had like iron rods instead. So you weren't allowed to have money in sparta your side to spend all your time being buff warrior. Oh my god jo. I think i may have just accidentally like looped. Un to another podcast recording for later date or we talk about like inter ancient greece in politics. I'd love to do that. Oh oh and then also there. Last question was pompeii again. When was that eruption on so the subbiah switches the which is the volcano on the bay of naples. It erupts many times but the one that we focus on his seventy nine ce. So that's a play. Yeah it's a few years. After neil teen years the are we starting history. Podcast like alvin. God i can't. This is so good. I love you so much time. Joel christian type anything. Thank you think you think you. You've been listening to getting curious with me. Jonathan vend ask my guests this week. Were professors sarabande bond and joel christianson. You'll find links to their work in the episode description of whatever you're listening to the show on our theme. Music is freaked by quin. Thanks so much for letting us use it. if you enjoyed. Our show introduced a friend and please show them how to subscribe. You can follow us. An instrument twitter at curiouser for more stories that we're following and we'll also update you on new works by all of our former guests. Yeah follow so during the most over there on accuracy. Our social running curated by emily bosick. Our editor is andrew carson and our transcriptionist is leader. Boone shah getting curious produced by me. 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"andrew carson" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"andrew carson" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

"Hear from us get updates. We send not too many emails. I promise and they are really fun educational and you'll learn a lot. Also you'll have an opportunity to connect with your local team if there is one in that area and this means that you don't have to get involved alone but you can also just donate you can read about states and by their so important to read about our amazing candidates this year. Most of whom are people of color. Were super super excited to be supporting these incredible folks who are leaders already. We want to help them. Continue to grow and lead in virginia. And then we've got a lot in store for twenty twenty two so come. Check us out on sister. District dot com where also on insta- and twitter facebook and all those things you can find there we would ask the love to connect and we've got lots of local volunteers in your in your areas. That are really excited to welcome you. And and if there is not a local chapter where you are you could start one. Which is we need that we need that guy be low on. Thank you so much. Thank you so much for your work your time that you sister district. We're so grateful and we'll see you next time. I'm getting curious. Hey you've been listening to getting curious with me. Jonathan ben s make this week was sister. District co-founders lala and gabby goldstein. You'll find links to their work and the episode description of whatever you're listening to the show on our theme music is freak by quin. Thank you so much for letting us use it and if you enjoyed our show honey please introduce the front and show them how to subscribe. You can follow us on instagram twitter. Accuracy for guests updates behind the scenes videos and news stories. We're watching our socials are run and carried it by emily bosick our editor is andrew carson and our transcriptionist is a leader moonshot. Getting curious produced by me. Erica ghetto and emily bosick..

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"andrew carson" Discussed on Factually! with Adam Conover

Factually! with Adam Conover

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"andrew carson" Discussed on Factually! with Adam Conover

"Division but that being said they were still didn't in the design of that system. Wow and i mean this desire to get rid of people First of all andrew yang ran on the premise. Of what you're talking about these companies are going to do this and we just need to give people money. Because everyone's going to lose their job to automation. Why do we need to envision a future that way. Why not you know. There's no future where humans are still part of the equation but their lives are better and easier rather than saying. They're able to do their jobs more effectively. They're able to you know like to care for themselves care for others using artificial intelligence as tools right. Why not you know version of ai of self driving cars that you know centers us behind the wheel doesn't have a sitting in the back on ipads Eliminate cab driver in the world but instead makes transportation better for people without people having to lose their jobs. It's like yeah. I totally agree and know i mean i don't mean this start. Descend andrew yang. Who is a fellow nerd. Bright show. I appreciate his nerdy approach to the world but his statement that you know. We're going to automate everything. Anyway is a very common opinion alone. Ceos see swede leaders of companies and government organizations. And it just tells me. It's kind of like a hidden iq tests for me because it tells me they don't understand autonomy automation at all because if they really knew what they were talking about they would realize they're not gonna get that we're nowhere near that for all the reasons that self driving cars are not going to be here in the next five years in the way that they're being sold to us so i do think that the world of collaborative automation you know regardless of what everybody's saying had been mostly it's been a is going to be clear to people. It may happen slowly in one domain. At a time. But i don't i tell taxi taxicab drivers all the time. Do not do not get worried. You know this. There's no no many problems that that by the time we actually figure out and the change will come in for mentally that. We're not gonna wake up one day and have self driving cars recently right before a kevin i want to peru went in i was in cousteau and peru. People just park on the sidewalks. Dogs are everywhere you know. It's kind of a a like in italy. You can be a free for all in some places in india where you got cows and bikes and trikes and cars own ono. This is completely out of the realm of self driving cars for now. So you know people are say but what we need our government leaders who actually instead of spouting considering things like that even when they're smart nerds. We need to make sure that they understand what they're talking about. Well i can't thank you enough for coming on to give us a little reality check That's exactly what we love to do on this show. Where can people find out more about you. And your work just google missy. Cummings duke and you'll get my website. And i've got every paper. There's so many papers therapy or speaker having insomnia just got on my website. That's pretty dense papers. But there's also a lot of papers there that are written for the general public. Because i believe the public education is critical. Clearly i need to sit down andrew yang and have a conversation with him among many other people and i do do that quite a bit. You know make it a personal goal to make sure that i breathe people in power to make sure that they understand what is and what is not possible. Yeah well maybe you could run for president on the opposite platform of this is not going to happen as soon as things. That is really really appreciate you being here missy. Thank you so much. Well thank you once again to missy. Cummings for coming on the show. I hope you enjoyed the conversation as much as i gave me a lot to think about. Hey if you want to support the show. Visit our custom bookstore at factually dot com slash books where you can buy the books that some of our incredible guests have written. And when you do that you'll be supporting not just the show but also your local bookstore because it is through bookshop dot org. That is it for us this week on. Factually i wanna thank our producers chelsea jacobson and sam rodman andrew carson. Our engineer andrew. W k for our theme song the fine folks at falcon northwest rebuilding the incredible custom gaming. Pc that i'm recording this very episode on you can find me online at atom conifer dot net or at adam kind of or wherever you get your social media. Thank you so much for listening. And we'll see you next time on factually..

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"andrew carson" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"andrew carson" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

"From desirable than running for office. People public speaking. They don't wanna be out in front than what their name on. Everything which i totally get so i always. I always think if if you can find something that you care about. And it can be electoral politics. It can be just a policy around that. Running for office is absolut absolutely a way to do it. And if you have the thought. I think i want to run for office. You should do it because especially if you're if you are someone who doesn't fit into the mold of what people think Senator congressperson or city council person looks like Or what kind of background. They come from or something You should absolutely do it if you're thinking about it but also if it's not your thing and you want to be engaged you can. There are so many ways to be helpful on a campaign. You talked about knocking on doors earlier. Go knock on for somebody and then if you don't want to interact with people in person there's so much going on behind the scenes data management et like keeping track of the money like helping with the website helping with the social. There's all kinds of stuff you could get a little group of people together figure out who you wipe and to have a little army of people who re tweet every single thing that some elected official that you love says that's so there's all kinds of stuff like that and then i would also encourage people to think about the ways to to be helpful. That might not be electoral politics but will necessarily have impact on that. You know things like just like other types of civic engagement and community building you know. I think one of the ways that we offset disinformation is community building. Because folks so many folks don't feel like they have anybody to trust and the way we build up trust is building relationships and Electoral politics isn't it can't be a method of building a relationship but there are lots of other ways to you know and and that could be nonprofit work. It could be a it. It could be book clubs where people are like learning about things so that they can share it with with their family members and Schoolmates or you know co workers or whatever and then there's also stuff like if you have the means to help other people to To do stuff. That's not necessarily like. I'm i'm showing up to tell you how you should live your life but You know stuff that's like being service to other. I mean some of the stuff that i think is kind of coolest is like community gardens in mutual aid networks and like those kinds of things because that's like a bunch of people coming together and saying like what we need. What are we going to do. And let's do it together. Because especially when you engage in mutual aid and community building a very i mean and this is like kind of reminds me like when you're like oh i really wanna partner and then people say like if you're looking for one you're not gonna find one but when you do engage in mutual aid and community building quickly find that there is one party like makes those things more possible right so it's like we went engage in community building and engage engage mutual aid. Because it's the right thing to do it because people need help but then also like the icing on that cake is that you will quickly find that there. Is you know one party. That's more working for like the top one percent and then there's another one that's really working for everyone else a congresswoman streets. David thank you so much for your time. I really did not even get to get to your committee work which connects you on our live. We're going to have to talk about voting rights. We're going to talk about the about our infrastructure plan. We're going to talk about your committee on transportation and infrastructure. And you're being on the committee on small business. We're talking about that all right. We'll be much congressman david. Your new book is called sri big boys a native kid becomes a congresswoman. really enjoyed. this this is a great start to my day. Thank you for having insulation of me today. I just want to do it more often. I wanna talk to more often. I love you saying oh much we should be a one distance besties. I'm so here for it. Hey you've been listening to getting curious of me. Jonathan venice might guest this week was congresswoman st david's. You'll find linked to her work and the episode description. Whatever you're listening to the show on our theme music is freaked by quin. Thank you so much to her for letting us use it and if you enjoyed our show is pleased and show them how to subscribe. You can follow us on instagram and twitter at curious. Our socials are running curated by emily. Our editor is andrew carson in transcriptionist is alita. Bouche getting curious produced by me. Eric and ghetto and emily bosick hey..

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"andrew carson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"andrew carson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Can't breathe at most grocery stores and vaccinated people are welcome to take off their masks, too. But most people inside here in Massachusetts seemed to still wear them. Well, Lucky way. Had a vaccine that came out was did well off people and help people through it. But we're not there yet, and people have to be cautious of that. Others were thrilled to smile at strangers in the aisles again. Gonna speak. I can see expression of our face and communicate with people because we miss that. So what's the right move scientifically, whether in the grocery store or at the bar you Mass memorial, Dr Andrew Carson says unvaccinated people should mask up whenever in public and for vaccinated people. The vaccine is 95% effective. The vaccines but not 100%. And playing it safe would be to wear it may ask if you're within six ft. Of people that aren't in your household now, Dr Carson says. We could see a small bump in cases in a couple weeks, but the risk is low, he says, because so many vulnerable people are already vaccinated and again Couple of weeks that state of emergency in the state will be lifted. And while it was not a beach day by a long shot around here, millions of Americans did flock to the beach Boardwalk and the airport's over Memorial Day doctor received Jaws dean over a Brown university. Their school of public health. He has been speaking out about covert since day one. And he's a little bit worried about a potential uptick in cases after the holiday weekend, especially down South. Obviously, starting to get hot people are spending more time indoors. And this'll year. The problem is there's still a lot of people unvaccinated in many of the Southern states s. So that's what we gotta work on. If we can improve those vaccination numbers, I think things will be fine. I am worried about an uptick in cases in many of those states. More than half of Massachusetts is now fully vaccinated against Cove in 19, about 4.1 million residents have gotten there first owes nearly 3.4 million are fully vaccinated. Staying in New England. For a moment, Vermont's capital city will lift its indoor mass mandate on the same day. Governor Baker lives the state of emergency June 15th in two weeks. New Hampshire is going to make it easier for paramedics to become nursing assistance. This will address they hope, a workforce shortage and Rhode Islanders who lost that cove in 19 vaccine record that card that we got You can get a free coffee from the state. And if you were out and about this rainy weekend, did you notice what's on the menu? More dollar signs as restaurants nationwide ramp up to pre pandemic levels, Some customers may notice something new on the menu. Higher price is one reason the cost of food, especially beef, pork and chicken is surging Thea other reason for the price hikes, restaurants and their suppliers are facing a major shortage of workers, which is Forcing them to pay higher wages to keep and attract staff. ABC is Meghan to breezy in its 10 08, and we're joined by Tracy junkie of Bloomberg Good Morning Morning Glory. Madonna has joined Fizer in seeking full approval for its covert 19 vaccine shots. Current uses on a Emergency basis. And if the FDA follows through the vaccine will be the Cambridge company's first product to win FDA approval. No relief for what's been a major headache for Tylenol maker Johnson and Johnson. The Supreme Court has refused to consider its appeal of a $2.1 billion jury award to 20 women who said Johnson and Johnson baby powder caused their ovarian cancer. The Dow was up 144 points, the NASDAQ Up 34, the S and P Up 13. I'm crazy Junkie Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio. Covert Rules have ended in Massachusetts. But there are some pandemic policies that just might be here to stay. We'll tell you what those are coming up a 10 15.

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"andrew carson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"andrew carson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"34 on a Tuesday morning for the first time in more than a year, Life is beginning to return to something more like normal in Massachusetts and WBZ TV is Christina Rex tells us people fed up with being cooped up for more than willing to show us That pretty face and many settings, life is back to normal bars are open again, and masks are not required. Yes, we can breathe at most grocery stores and vaccinated people are welcome to take off their masks, too. So what's the right move Scientifically, whether in the grocery store or at the bar you mass memorial, Dr Andrew Carson says unvaccinated people should mask up whenever in public. And for vaccinated people. The vaccine is 95% effective the vaccines but not 100% playing it safe with me to wear. It may ask if you're within six FT. Of people that aren't in your House Officials say there could be a small bump in covert cases as a consequence of the coming weeks. But because so many people are vaccinated, the risk is quite low. American Airlines is joining Southwest in keeping alcohol out of the hands of most of its passengers. For the time being. The drink ban in the May in the main cabin comes after a Southwest Airlines flight attendant was attacked by an angry passenger. Tempers have been flaring as travelers return to the skies and droves. The FAA says it is handled more than 2500 unruly passengers so far this year. Most of the problem stems from passengers who refuse to wear face masks on board. Well. Fans and professional athletes are offering their support after Naomi Osaka shocks the tennis world. One of the best players in the sport withdraws from the French Open after refusing to take part in the post match news conference and being find Naomi Osaka withdrew from the competition, saying she didn't want to become a distraction. She revealed that she has suffered long bouts of depression. The head of the French Open, offered his support. We we show the best on the quickest possible recovering Peter Bodo with tennis dot com says officials are caught in a tough position. They want to be supportive, but they also have to hold her the same obligations and Was everybody else, Sucker said. She's going to take some time away from the court. Steve Futterman, CBS NEWS tip of the hat to a job well done. Watertown Police Sergeant Jeff Pugliese is calling it a career after more than four decades. On the force, but it's not really by choice to see in Massachusetts police officers by law required to retire after turning 65 Pugliese became a national hero when he took down Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev on the night of the shootout in Watertown in 2013 at his final roll call yesterday, actor J. K. Simmons Who portrayed Pugliese in the film Patriots Day sent a videotaped message of Congratulations. What a cool moment. Dishing out some gratitude. WBC. Suzanne Saz Ville tells us a restaurant in Southie serving up some food to those who protect and serve our Anderson Think co owner of Alma Go Shit. Brazilian Steakhouse on D Street, Providing hundreds of officers free meals is a simple way to say thank you. We just want to give something back, so I'm very happy to participate and give them a Brazilian. Experience of milk and officer Andrew Medina, who is also a Marine veteran, is thankful a lot of people in this profession are veterans, too, so it's double folds are supporting long force minerals is supporting veterans. Boston Police Patrolman's Association president Larry Calderoni, says Officer Morale is low right now, because of all the anti police rhetoric, and this is just one way he's working to boost that morale. In Southeast Suzanne's Hospital WBC Boston's news radio. It's 9 38 cents June has arrived on Wall Street. Let's find out what's happening on the markets right now, just after the opening bell with Bloomberg business, Here's Tom Busby. There's a lot of optimism about recovering from the pandemic and stocks are a having a mini rally right now. Shares of airlines, cruise operators, retailers and other firms that will gain from a rebound and consumer spending are all higher. With that the Dow up 207 points right now, the NASDAQ Up 68 the SNP ahead by 20. After a great weekend at the U. S box office and raising nearly a quarter billion dollars by issuing new stock shares of the theater chain AMC the Big gainer. There are 14% right now, not everything's up. Though Jeff shares of Cambridge based Moderna down more than 1%, it's seeking full FDA approval for its covert 19 vaccine, not just emergency approval. I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's news radio. Close call for Planet Earth.

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"andrew carson" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"andrew carson" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

"Up. That adds a lot of cognitive load as you using mental calories. I mean one thing. I found as well thinking about is the whole situation with with zoom and facetime and everything else When it comes to video conferencing or On the video basically is i mean the question is am i vein When i feel that i i feel terrible. More fallen discombobulated. If i don't comb my hair and sought my hair out rather than these ravishing message. That sometimes is before zuma facetime call. I mean it's almost become a tick not listen to the lady was picking out of her pubic hair or whatever with this girl situation. I wonder if she's romping with squirrels again is baffling to me. The whole squirrel tech situation. But anyway i know tics no takes in my hair not toxin my hand but i feel terrible that i have to almost before we get on the video call. I have to my hand. I have the wet. My hat have degel adopt. Have the perfect up have to get going before any sudden zoom call. Let me just Polish my crystal ball a second. I have some advice from the cosmos. Let's more portray the new moon as a pressure cooker to manifest before clip season. The cosmos moves and patterns. Not saying last call yet. Get clear and routed so as to give yourself stamina of what lies ahead. Choon awareness to the present and what this current phase has to offer which is security self reliance and uncovering what you value. She lead in such. You should need not worry as you'll be prepared for the shifts later in the month. Welcome along to trump all trombone. We take some of these goddamn awful headlines of the week and we're quite it to a trump or ross trombone. Dead bodies are being used to create new coral reefs. Cremated human remains mixed up with concrete and sank to the ocean. Encouraging you eco-systems. The secret is the memorial balls conclude handprints plaques a personalized in the messages of loved ones. Before they get submerged underwater. The funeral firm. Eternal race teamed up with the reachable make reef innovations to create the green burial sevice the eternal reef website states that the service it costs about the same as a standard funeral combines a camera crematorium earn scattering embarrassment in a meaningful permanent environmental tributes life The biggest kardashian skeleton loss would make more pronounced wreath and more nautical miles for the fish to swim around and time travel prove could exist in the final details of a handful of key historical events. At least this is according to one tiktok. Her is examined a handful of incidence. He believes impacted by his people somehow. Travelling through time and finding this spot quite the debate amongst his followers so santiago yvonne piece created the seven part series that grabbed the attention of thousands of uses So the first incident here is andrew carson's stocks in two thousand and three a satirical news site published an article stating the demand name. Andrew casson was arrested and investigated by the f. b. off claim to be a time traveler from twenty twenty six. The wall street whiz who had apparently be making lots of cash from knowing which stocks to bid on before travelling back to two thousand three to do so The report was disregarded due to the nature of the publication but not before the news websites around the globe took it up. Santiago claimed there was evidence missing cash and stock market at the time which he thinks is evidence existence of carson and pilgrims in the main flower and native americans when pilgrims from the may greeted by native american sameh said he spoke to them in english and welcome and asking them for some beer. Some tiktokers believe that sama sets knowledge of english before the meeting of the pilgrims who claim to be the first foreign settlers on us shores and sixteen hundreds is a sign that time travel exists however historians believe that native american men learn some of the languages from english fishermen who derived before and then the hamburg shipyard well time travel debate appeared on the list with a story of a german paper journalist. J bernard hutton and his colleague photographer joachim brand the pair allegedly assigned to do a story in the hamburg turn shipyards in thirty two when they ended up being caught in a full-blown air raid They managed to escape in a car but as they look back vacancy any destruction to the shipyard. The photo is branded taken during the attack showed nothing unusual. It wasn't until nine hundred. Forty three that the british royal air force attacked and destroyed the shipyard just as hot an branded experienced eleven years earlier leading people to believe that they'd seen the future so i'm just imagine if the bus had been locked the bus wet trump and billy bush was spouting locker room chat. And how it could have changed history and also think about if the prostitutes are sprayed true sir. Moldova trump instead of urine cursed cooking. Pot locked away for fifty years after killing three people who touched it occurs cooking pot blamed for several violent deaths have been sealed into for fifty years. The kitchen utensil was placed in a specially made steel cage in the mid. One thousand nine hundred seventies after at least three pillow touched it. Legend says it can turn the ashes of dwarf who's killed at thornton abbey. The perilous pot had been locked away at heart farm in east halston north lincolnshire until it was found by builders in the nineteen seventies during construction work. But it's rediscoveries met with fire from locals who claim the pot was cursed and deadly. According to al bonnaud the building charge. You examined it one of the alleged victims. charles atkin. Six lived in manafort is tragically killed by. Hey waggin the day. After brushing against the pot the time his brother john atkins said the cooking was in our cellar and remember fava telling us never to go near it. But we're playing in the cellar. One day charles accidentally bumped into it. So did the cooking pot physically. Do the killings all the food contained didn't po-potentially every family has a serial killer recipe one. Starvation is preferable.

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